Obit: Schultz, Anna (1890 - 1953)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Schultz,, Flaig, Roderich, Pocrinch, Massie, Fabry, Bertrang, Formaggio, Hagedorn, Dux, Mitte, Grap, Hoffmann, Schumann  

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 15, 1953 

Schultz, Anna (9 July 1890 - 9 October 1953) 

Mrs. Anna Schultz, 63, died Friday, October 9, in Chicago of a heart attack.  Funeral services were held October 12 from the Globe Lutheran Church with the Rev. Adolph Schumann officiating. Burial took place in the Globe Cemetery. 

Mrs. Schultz was born July 9, 1890, to Mr. and Mrs. Engelbert Flaig in Monroe County, where she lived until 1907.  She then moved to this county and had lived here the last 46 years.  She was affiliated with the Globe Lutheran Church. 

She was married in 1908 to Leonard Schultz, who preceded her in death December 19, 1950. Ten children were born to them. 

Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Clarence Roderich and Mrs. Myrtle Pocrinch, Neillsville; Mrs. Raymond Massie, Chicago; Mrs. Edward Fabry, Chicago; Alfred Schultz, Merrillan; Mrs. William Bertrang, Fairchild; Bernard Schultz, Elmhurst, Ill.; Mrs. Vincent Formaggio, Chicago; William Schultz, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; Miss Donna Schultz, Chicago; and one brother, Otto Flaig. 

Pallbearers were: Louis Hagedorn, Herman Dux, Harold Mitte, Theodore Mitte, Frederick Grap and William Hoffmann. 

Out of town relatives attending the services besides the immediate family, were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Flaig, Norwalk, Wis.; Mrs. Augusta Flaig, Miss Evelyn Flaig, Cross Plains, Wis. 



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