Obit: Schuette, Hugo H. (1895 - 1970)

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Surnames: Schuette, Gerber, Rasch, Ihlenfeld, Schlinsog, Schult

----Sources: Scrap book one: by Elsa Lange Hardrath & Dorthaleen Edwards Hardrath

Contributed by Halbert "Bud" Hardrath

Schuette, Hugo (10 May 1895 - 8 Aug. 1970)

Hugo Schuette, 75, of Curtiss, died Saturday evening at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Francis Gerber in Orange, Calif., where he had been visiting since January. He died of an apparent heart attack.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in South Green Grove. The Rev. Arthur Rasch, pastor, will officiate and burial will take place in the church cemetery.

Mr. Schuette was born on May 10, 1895, in Manitowoc County and came to Clark County with his parents in 1910. He married Hulda Ihlenfeld on April 4, 1920. His wife preceded him in death on July 30, 1961. They operated a farm in the Town of Beaver. He later moved to Curtiss to live with his son, Orville, when his wife died.

He was a school district treasurer, a former church officer, a former officer in the Unity and Western Telephone and an officer in the Clark County AFC. He was a member of the Loyal American Legion and the Men’s Club. He was also a veteran of World War I.

Survivors include two sons, Orville, of Curtiss; and Merlin, of Marshfield; three daughters, Mrs. Paul (Evelyn) Schlinsog, Granton; Mrs. Calvin (Arlene) Schult, Owen; Mrs. Francis (Ethel) Gerber, Orange, Calif.; nine grandchildren; two brothers, Arthur of Loyal and Edwin, Kaukauna.

He was also preceded in death by four brothers and a sister.

*Death date taken from the Calif. Death index.

 

 


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