Obit: Schultze, Henry (1924 - 1967)

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Surnames: SCHULTZE BOBB FAIRCLOTH FRANZ MASON
 

----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook, Marshfield News Herald Collection 12 / /1967
 

Schultze, Henry (1924 - 1967)
 

GREENWOOD, CLARK COUNTY Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church here for Henry Schultze, 43, route 2, Greenwood, who was fatally injured in a fall Friday afternoon, Dec. 15, 1967, when a ladder broke while he was working on some water piles in the barn. The Rev. LeRoy Urman will officiate, and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery.


The body will repose at the Hill Funeral Home until 11 a.m. Tuesday, and then at the church.


Mr. Schultze was born July 26, 1924, at Stanley. His marriage to Eleanor Bobb took place Jan. 19, 1946, at Dorchester.


After their marriage, the couple farmed near Thorp until 12 years ago when they moved to the present farm at Greenwood.


Mr. Schultze was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church at Greenwood.


In addition to his wife, survivors are a son, Duane, at home a daughter, Mrs. Thomas (Diane) Faircloth, Milwaukee his father, Max Schultze, Sr., Stanley three brothers, James, Stanley William Thorp and Howard, Kansas City, Kan. a sister, Mrs. Edwin (Mae) Franz, Sturgis, S.D. nine half brothers, John Schultze, Hoven, S.D. Richard, Calvin, Max Jr., and Harry Schultze, Stanley Ronald Schultze, Milwaukee Jerry Schultze, Madison and Raymond and Dale Schultze, Towner, N.D. and three half sisters, Mrs. Herman (Patricia) Mason, Milwaukee and Jean and Penny Schultze, Stanley.

 

 


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