Obit: Kronschnabl, John (Jack) (1906 - 1965)

Contact: Linda Mertens

Surnames: Burgoyne, Herman, Kronschnabl, Loughlin, Ringsmuth, Schaefer, Schultz

----Source - Anna Johnson's Scrapbook

John (Jack) Kronschnabl (20 Oct 1906 - 19 Nov 1965)

Funeral serices for Jack Kronschnabl, 59, of Crandon, former Dorchester resident, were
held Monday Nov. 22, at 10 a. m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Crandon. Burial was
in a Crandon cemetery.

Mr. Kronschnabl died about 12 :30 a. m. Friday while watching television at his home.
John Kronschnabl was born here Oct. 20, 1906, son of the late Mr. Herman and Mrs. Amanda
Loughlin Kronschnabl. He was graduated from Dorchester high school in 1924, and the same
year moved to Crandon with his parents, when his father, bought the Forest Republican, a
weekly newspaper. The elder Kronschnabl at one time published the Clarion village
newspaper here. Jack assumed publication of the Republican when his father died and had
run the paper since.

His widow, the former Mary Burgoyne survives, as does a son, John, at home. Also
surviving are two sisters: Miss Marie Kronschnabl, Medford, and Mrs. Tony (Marcella)
Ringsmuth, Wakefield, Mich.

Attending the funeral rites from here were Mrs. Sarah Kronschnabl, Mrs. Clifford Herman,
Misses Rose and Ceal Kronschnabl, Max, Jerome, and Milton Kronschnabl.

(Missing text) resided since, celebrating their golden wedding there in 19(illegible digit)9.

Survivors besides his wife include three sons, Albert, at home, Town of Mayville; John;
Town of Holton; a daughter, Mrs. Otto (Frieda) Schaefer, Marshfield; 14 grandchildren, 11
great-grandchildren, a brother, Albert, Reedsville, and (missing text) Albert Schultz,



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