Obit: Schueler, August F. #2 (1870 - 1955)
Scheuler, Sprengler, Kieser, Archambo, Larson, Leichtnam, Nelson,
Reil, Thompson, Herrmann, Heise, Kobs, Jarocki, Greseki, Gosse,
Belter, Krone, Christensen, Franz, Wiedenhoeft, Frome, Brehm,
Bethke, Klienfeldt, Mellin, McMillan, O’Brien
Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 09/29/1955
Schueler, August F. (27
May 1870 - 24 Sept. 1955)
August F. Schueler, 85,
died Saturday, Sept. 24, at 10:30 p.m. at his home, of
complications developing from a stroke suffered two years ago. A
brief service for the family was held at the Schueler home at 10:00
o’clock Wednesday morning and services were held at Christ
Lutheran church at 2:00 o’clock with the Rev. F. H. Sprengler
officiating. The deceased was a member of Christ Lutheran church.
During the church
services, the Misses Dorothy and Marilyn Kieser sang "Jesus,
Saviour, Pilot Me," and "Jesus Is Tenderly Calling."
For the internment, which
was made in the Colby cemetery, the pallbearers were Royal
Archambo, Martin Larson, Ed Leichtnam, Albert Nelson, George Reil,
and M. C. Thompson.
The flowers were carried
by Mrs. Royal Archambo, Mrs. Hermina Herrmann, Miss Alvina Heise,
Mrs. Fred Kobs, Mrs. Ed Leichtnam, Mrs. Albert Nelson, Mrs. George
Reil and Mrs. M. C. Thompson.
August F. Schueler was
born in Lomira, May 27, 1870. His parents moved to Abbotsford when
he was 9 years old and operated a restaurant and livery stable on
the property now occupied by Jarocki’s Store. Mr. Schueler
also worked as section foreman until his marriage when he and his
bride, the former Augusta Greseki, of Colby, made their home on a
farm in the town of Colby, where they have since resided. Their
marriage took place at Colby Jan. 14, 1893.
Mr. Schueler is survived
by his widow and three daughters, all at the home address: Mrs.
Clarence (Elsie) Gosse, Miss Elfrieda, and Miss Minna Schueler.
An only grand child,
Maynard Gosse, preceded him in death on July 29, 1946.
He was the last member of
his family, having been preceded in death by his parents and two
sisters, Mrs. Amelia Franz and Mrs. Lena Nelson, and two brothers,
William and Herman Scheeler.
Out of town relatives attending the funeral were Mrs. August Belter, San Bernadino, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krone and daughter, Bernita, and Mrs. Arnie Christensen, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson and son, Tommy, Chippewa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Art Franz, Bloomer; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wiedenhoeft, G. Wiedenhoeft, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. Art Wiedenhoeft, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Brehm, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scheeler, Mrs. Edward Scheeler, Cazenovia; Raymond Belter, Schofield; Mr. and Mrs. James Archambo, Phillips; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Frome and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frome, Milwaukee; Wallis Frome, Springfield, Ill.; Victor Bethke and Mr. and Mrs. W. Klienfeldt, Oshkosh; Oscar Mellin, Fond du Lac; Mrs. George McMillan, Manitowoc and Mr. and Mrs. Charles O’Brien, Antigo.
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