Obit: Engeldinger, Hedwig (1905 - 1941)
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Surnames: Engeldinger, Lang, Kaiser, Orth, Lackas, Wojti, Kackas, Frinak, Allar, Steinwand, Jakel, Theurer, Kirsch, Hughes, Lassig, Steines, Hein, Degroote, Merkes, Hennes, Felix, Weber, Ederer, Eslinger, Sewell, Schlacht, Stadler, Bertler

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/18/1941

Engeldinger, Hedwig (4 Apr. 1905 - 16 Sept. 1941)

Mrs. Albert Engeldinger died at the State General Hospital at Madison Tuesday night at 6:30, a brain tumor being the cause of her death. She had been ill two months. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic church Saturday morning at 9:30, Rev. L. J. Lang officiating, and internment will be made in the Colby Catholic cemetery. The body will remain in state at the Lulloff Funeral Home in Colby until the funeral services.

The deceased was born at Stratford, Wis., on April 4, 1905, thus reaching the age of 36 years, five months and twelve days. She was married to Albert Engeldinger at Rockford, Ill., on June 18, 1934, and immediately after their marriage moved onto the farm of Mr. Engeldinger’s father in the town of Colby which he purchased and where they have lived ever since.

Surviving are her husband, her father, Mr. John Kaiser of Stratford, and three children, namely: Bernadette, age six; Arnold, age five, and Arthur, age 3. Also four brothers and three sisters - George, Charles, Walter and Myron Kaiser of Stratford, Mrs. Ed. Orth of Manitowoc, Mrs. Henry Lackas of Woodland and Mrs. Anton Wojti of Two Rivers.

The deceased was a faithful member of St. Mary’s church, the Catholic Protective Association and the Christian Mothers’ Society. She was of a congenial and industrious disposition, lived an honest and Christian life and always considered the welfare of her family.

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/25/1941

Funeral services for Mrs. Albert Engeldinger, whose death was reported last week, were held at St. Mar y’s Catholic church Saturday morning, Rev. L. J. Lang officiating and internment was made in the Colby Catholic cemetery. Pall bearers were John Frinak, George Allar, Matt Allar, Leon Steinwand, Arnold Steinwand and Louis Jakel. Those in charge of the flowers were Lavina Theurer, Bernice Kaiser, Elaine Kaiser, Celia Kaiser, Marion Kirsch and Dorothy Hughes.

Out of town people here for the funeral services were John Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. George Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kaiser and daughter, Bernice, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaiser, and daughter, Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kaiser and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaiser and daughter, Celia, Mr. and Mrs. Math Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. Al Kaiser, Arnold Kaiser, Louie Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kiersch and daughter, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hughes and daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hughes, Leo Hughes, Earl Hughes, Mrs. Lee Lassig, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steines, Matt Steines, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hein, Arthur Degroote, Francis Merkes of Stratford, John Theurer, Sr., Frank Theurer, Mr. and Mrs. John Theurer, Jr., and daughter, Lavina, Theo. Hennes and son, Sylvester, of Rozellville, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Felix and children of Marathon, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weber of Auburndale, Mrs. Philip Weber, Harry Kesler of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ederer and Mrs. Anna Eslinger of Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. George Kesler and daughter, Gladys, of Malison, Math Kesler and daughter, Ester, of Clintonville, Mrs. Ronald Sewell of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kesler and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schlacht of Wisconsin Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kesler and children of Greenwood, Mrs. Anton Stadler, Miss Emelda Bertler, Eugene Bertler and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Orth of Manitowoc, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Wojti of Two Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kackas and daughter, Lucille of Woodland.



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