Obit: Beyerl, Frank Albinus (1878 - 1958)

Contact: Cheryl (Feind) Janowiak

Surnames: Beyerl, Gittle, Kiefer, Klawinski, Dolan, Schigley, Meyer, Edlebeck, Draxler, Charnitz, Godlewski, Waldhart, Feind, Zettler, Grieger, Weix, Bauer, Schuster, Schuh, Becker, Swozdz, Horvat, Feucht, Szemboraki, Blozynski, Blackwood, Shuster, Ruesch, Niewolny, Kramsrieter, Starr, Lehner, Schmidbauer, Feller, Shelpfeffer, Colleen, Krahn, Schabel, Oschner, Halverson, Tambourino, Thill, Hinklemann

----Source: The Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., WI) Thursday, 18 Sept. 1958 and Thursday, 25 Sept. 1958

Beyerl, Frank Albinus (5 Sept. 1878 - 16 Sept. 1958)

Frank Beyerl Dies Tuesday

Frank Albinus Beyerl, of the town of Colby, Wisconsin died Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 15:25 P. M. at the age of 80 years, cerebral thrombosis being the cause of his death. He suffered his first stroke in 1948. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic church Saturday morning at 9:30. Christian Mothers’ rosary will be said at the Lulloff Funeral Home this Thursday evening at 8:00 o’clock and the general rosary Friday evening at 8:30 P. M.

Mr. Beyerl was born on September 5, 1878, at Colby, Wis. On June 16, 1903, he married Rosina Gittle who died July 7, 1915. On February 22, 1916, he married Maria Ann Kiefer who died June 7, 1925. On June 26, 1929, he married Elizabeth Klavinski who survives.

Surviving also are the following children: Mrs. W. J. (Martha) Dolan of Queto, Ecuador, Mrs. Earl (Sophie) Schigley of Owen, Mrs. Ervin (Laura) Meyer of Colby, Mrs. George (Helen) Edlebeck of De Pere, Paul N. Beyerl of Lombard, Ill., Mrs. Ray (Ida) Draxler of Marshfield, Mrs. Edward (Margaret) Charnitz of Milwaukee, Mrs. Ray (Gertrude) Godlewski of Roselle, Ill., Jim A. Beyerl of Colby, Mrs. Herbert (Marie) Waldhart of Stetsonville, Francis Beyerl, at home, one step-daughter, Mrs. Ernest (Genevieve) Feind of Colby, two step-sons, Anthony Zettler of Colby and Gilbert Grieger of Green Bay; 53 grand children; three great grand children and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Amelia Weix of Colby, Sister M. Rosina of Kaukauna, Louis Beyerl of Colby, Mrs. Veronica Bauer of Colby, Mrs. Joseph (Caroline) Schuster of Colby, Henry Beyerl of Mentone, Calif.

Preceding him in death were one son, Arnold, who died Feb. 17, 1912, at the age of eight years, another son, John, who died August 2, 1929, at the age of 12 years, four brothers, John, Carl, Jacob and Ambrose, and three sisters, Anna Marie, Martha and Mrs. John (Rosalia) Schuh. A step-son, Frank Zettler, died in a car accident on July 16, 1949.

Mr. Beyerl was engaged in farming and carpenter work all his life. He was well known for his industrial habits and fine honest and Christian character.

----Source: The Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., WI) Thursday, 18 Sept. 1958


Last Rites Held For Frank Beyerl Saturday

Funeral services, a requiem high mass, were held Saturday morning in St. Mary’s Catholic church, Rev. John Pinion officiating, for Frank A. Beyerl, whose death was reported last week. Burial was made in the Colby (Colby, Clark Co. Wis.) Cemetery. Pall bearers were Dr. S. V. Beyerl of Marshfield, Henry Schuh of Curtiss, Alois Beyerl, Peter John Beyerl, Albert Weix and Wilbur Becker of Colby, Wis.

Out-of-town people here for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beyerl of Lombard, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Godlewski and children of Roselle, Ill., Mrs. Joseph Swozdz and Miss Mary Beyerl of Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Charnetz and children and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Horvat of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Draxler and family of Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schigley of Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waldhart and children of Stetsonville, Mr. and Mrs. George Edlebeck and children of De Pere, Gilbert Gruger [Grieger] of Green Bay, Sister M. Rosina of Kaukauna, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Beyerl of Gilman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feucht and Leo Feucht of Argonne, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Szemboraki of Mosinee, Leo A. Blozynski, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackwood, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shuster, Mrs. Eva Ruesch, Dr. and Mrs. S. V. Beyerl of Marshfield, Mrs. Joe Klavinski and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Niewolny of Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zettler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Niewolny, Mrs. Conrad Kramsrieter of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Weix of Curtiss, Mrs. Alvin Starr of Brownsville, Mrs. Johanna Lehner, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Schmidbauer, Mrs. Alvin Feller and Sharon, Mrs. Emil Shelpfeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Colleen and Dolores, Mrs. Lester Krahn, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schabel and Gilbert of Mayville, Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmidbauer and Shirlee of Le Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Oschner of Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kiefer, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Kiefer, Roy Kiefer of Lomira, Andrew Kiefer and Barbara of Slinger, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Halverson of Waukesha, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tambourino of Edgar, Norbert Tambourino on furlough from Korea, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thill of Marathon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuh of Curtiss, Mrs. Alfred Hinklemann of Loyal.

----Source: The Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., WI) Thursday, 25 Sept. 1958



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