Obit: Schuh, Emma
M. (1890 -1994)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: SCHUH HITEMAN HEIDERSCHEIT IVERSON VANSTADEN TOWNE MOLDENE PELLY SEGALLA SCHULTE
----Source: Rockford (Illinois) Register-Star Thursday, Dec. 22, 1994
Schuh, Emma M. (27 SEP 1890 - 20 DEC 1994)
Machesney Park - Emma M. Schuh, 104 of Machesney Park, died at 12:25 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20, 1994, in Alma Nelson Manor.
Born Sept. 27, 1890 in Colby, Wis., the daughter of Robert and Pauline Schulte.
Married Edward L. Schuh on Aug. 17, 1909 in Colby; he died in 1965.
Employed by Sundstrand Corp. from 1943 to 1957.
Member of St. Bridget Catholic Church, Harmony Grange and North Suburban Women’s Club.
She loved to bake and make rice pudding for the grandchildren; enjoyed traveling, gardening, crocheting, sewing and playing bingo, scrabble and Euchre 500.
She sewed cancer pads at the Women’s Club. She had a good sense of humor and loved cats and dogs and people.
Survivors include her daughter Eunice Hiteman of Mesa, Ariz., two daughters-in-law, Ilene Schuh of Pompano Beach, Fla., and Lorraine Schuh of Loves Park; six grandchildren, Patricia (Alan) Heiderscheit, Barbara (Mark) Iverson, Sandra (Nicholas) VanStaden, Richard Schuh, Linda (William) Towne, Janet (Robert) Molldene; two step-grandchildren, Deborah (Larry) Pelly, Richard (Patty) Segalla: 13 great-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Also predeceased by two sons, Emery Schuh in 1976 and LaVerne Schuh in 1989; two brothers; one sister; grandson, Michael Schuh; and great- granddaughter, Amanda Iverson.
Funeral service at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec 23, in Delehanty Funeral Home LTD., 401 River Lane, Loves Park, with Father Daniel J. Deutsch officiating. Burial in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Alma Nelson Manor and St. Bridget Church.
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