Obit: Schraufagel, Norbert (1884 - 1962)
Surnames: Schraufnagel, Pinion, Apfelbeck, Gabriel, Schauf, Misslich, McGlynn, Bartik, Umhoefer, Kranias
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/25/1962
Schraufagel, Norbert (6 June 1884 - 22 Jan. 1962)
Norbert Schraufnagel died at his home in Colby Monday at 6:00 P.M. at the age of 77 years. Funeral services will be held this Thursday morning at 10:30 in St. Mary’s Catholic church, Rev. John B. Pinion officiating, and internment will be made in the parish cemetery.
Mr. Schraufnagel was born on June 6, 1884, in the town of Hull and married the former Mathilda Apfelbeck in Colby, Wisconsin on June 17, 1913. They operated a farm until 1946 when they retired and moved to the city of Colby, Wis.
Surviving are his wife; a foster son, Alois Gabriel of Colby; three brothers, Joseph and Henry of Glidden and Leonard of Colby; two sisters, Mrs. Alvina Schauf and Mrs. Anna Misslich of Richland Center.
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/01/1962
Funeral services for Norbert Schraufnagel were held last Thursday morning at St. Mary’s Catholic church, Rev. John B. Pinion officiating, and internment was made in the parish cemetery. Pall bearers were Arvin Apfelbeck, Claude Apfelbeck, Elmer Schraufnagel, Alphonse Schraufnagel, Peter Schraufnagel and Joe Schraufnagel, all nephews.
Out of town people here for the services were Mrs. Alvina Schauf of Richland Center, Miss Anna Misslich and Mrs. John McGlynn of Cazenovia, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schraufnagel, Henry Schraufnagel, Rhynold Schraufnagel and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Schraufnagel of Glidden, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schraufnagel of Neillsville, Mrs. Clara Bartik of Plainfield, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schraufnagel of Medford, Margaret Misslich and Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Umhoefer of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. David Kranias of Thorp.
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