Obit: Stumpner, Edwin P. (1941 - 1999)
Surnames: STUMPNER BEYERL FELDBRUEGGE EPPING TRACY
KAATZ CARLE MEYES DORCEY PIPKORN THAYER UNTIEDT BRENNER RYBA SOBACK SCHUETTE
STERKEN THAYER SMAZAL HAYES
----Source: STAR NEWS, Nov. 24, 1999
Edwin Stumpner (1941 - 1999)
Edwin P. Stumpner, 58, Curtiss, died Sunday, Nov. 21 at his home.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 24 at Maurina Funeral Home in Abbotsford with Rev. Lauren Ley officiating. Burial took place at Pine Hill Cemetery in Curtiss with full military rites conducted by the Colby VFW. Pallbearers were Ed Beyerl, Kenneth Stumpner, Eugene Stumpner, Paul Stumpner, Jr., Joe Feldbruegge, Mike Epping, and Joseph Stumpner.
Visitation was held from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at Maurina Funeral Home.
Edwin Stumpner was born March 6, 1941 at the Town of Green Grove to the late Paul George and Alvira (Wachsmuth) Stumpner. He graduated from Janesville High School. He was then employed with Parker Pen Company in Janesville. He entered the service in 1966 in the US Army and served in Vietnam.
He married Wanda Tracy in 1960 and they later divorced. In 1968 he married Lois Ann Carle and they later divorced.
He farmed in the Town of Green Grove, was a milk hauler for Kaatz Trucking and worked at Abbyland Foods in Abbotsford. At the time of his death he was employed with Weather Shield in Medford.
He was a member of the Unity American Legion. He enjoyed logging, hunting, and fishing.
Survivors include special friend, Christine Meyers, Curtiss eight children, Corrina (Tom) Dorcey, and Jon Stumpner, both of Janesville, Missy Pipkorn, Owen, Rhonna Thayer, Whitewater, Tammy Untiedt, Jacob Meyers, Stephanie Meyers, and Susan Meyers, all of Curtiss four brothers, Eugene (Lila), Greenwood, Kenneth, Curtiss, Paul (Julie), Jr., Owen, and Joseph, Mosinee nine sisters, Isabelle (Alvin) Brenner, Curtiss, Kathleen (William) Ryba, Boyd, Mary Jane (Maynard) Tracy, Janesville, Barbara (Richard) Soback, and Jennifer (William) Schuette, both of Unity, Linda (Maurice) Sterken, and Lila (Michael) Thayer, both of Whitewater, Carolyn (Victor) Smazal, Colby, and Cynthia (Doug) Hayes, Darien and eight grandchildren.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by an infant sister, Marion, and one brother, Dale, in 1998.
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