Obit: Herman, Stanley A. (1889 - 1967)


Surnames: Herman, Schimanski, Szymanski, Ebben, Wilcenski, Boylan, Milligan, Schmidt, Pawlicki, Phillips, Weiss, Maas, Pizzo, Rubech

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Jul 1967

Herman, Stanley A. (18 NOV 1889 - 20 JUL 1967)

Stanley Andrew Herman, 77, resident of Thorp (Clark Co.), Wis., passed away at Victory Memorial Hospital at Stanley, Wisconsin on July 20, 1967.

Mr. Herman was born in Humphrey, Nebraska on Nov. 18, 1889. He was a veteran of World War I and served his country in France and Germany.

On June 27, 1931 he was united in marriage to Martha Schimanski (Szymanski?) at St. Genevieve's Church in Chicago, Ill.

Besides his wife Martha, he is survived by two brothers, Clemence of Oak Lawn, Ill., and Marion of Thorp, Wis.; five sisters, Clara Ebben of Thorp, Victoria Wilcenski of Gilman, Wis., Mrs. James Boylan of Withee, Wis., Mayme Milligan of Thorp, Wis., Mrs. Hermis Schmidt of Thorp, Wis.; three stepsons, Frank and Joseph of Des Plaines, Ill., Ben of Chicago, Ill.; six step-daughters, Mae Pawlicki of Franklin Park, Ill., Helen Phillips of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Leroy Weiss of Schiller Park, Ill., Mrs. Helmuth Maas of Melrose Park, Ill., and Mrs. Melvin Rubech of Carpentersville, Ill.

Funeral services were conducted at St. Bernard's Church by Rev. Francis J. Brockman at 11:00 a.m. on July 22, 1967.

Military honors were accorded the deceased at the grave in the St. Bernard's Cemetery by the Cecil Tormey Post No. 118 of the American Legion. A salute was made by the firing squad.

Pallbearers were nephews: Raymond Wilcenski, Clifford Ebben, James Boyland, Robert Herman, Francis Milligan and Richard Herman.

Out of town visitors who were here to attend the funeral were relatives and friends from Fullerton, Neb.; Hialeah, Fla., Wisconsin towns of Stevens Point, Antigo, Plover, Medford, Withee, Gilman, Owen and Stanley; Carpentersville, Ill.; Minneapolis, Minn., Chicago and suburbs of Oak Lawn, Franklin Park, Melrose Park, Des Plaines and Schiller Park.



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