Obit: Einfeldt, Cynthia Elizabeth (1891 - 1956)

Contact: Einfeldt, Cynthia Elizabeth (1891 - 1956)




----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection, Marshfield News Herald 05/ /1956

Einfeldt, Cynthia Elizabeth (1891 - 1956)

GREENWOOD Funeral Rites have been arranged for 1 p.m. Saturday at Grace Methodist Church here for Mrs. George Einfeldt, 64, Greenwood High School teacher and active church worker and club woman. She died of a heart attack Tuesday night, May 1, 1956 at her home.

The Rev. Ethel Nulton will conduct the church rites and burial will be made in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Hill Funeral Home Thursday afternoon and evening and at the Einfeldt residence from Friday afternoon until 11:30 a.m. Saturday, when the body will be taken to the church to lie in state until time of services.

A memorial service is being planned by high school students for next Tuesday.

Mrs. Einfeldt, the former Cynthia Elizabeth Varney, was born in Thorp Aug. 14, 1891. She was a year old when her parents came to Hemlock, north of here, and later moved to Greenwood. On June 17, 1916, she was married to Mr. Einfeldt. The couple lived north of this city until 1942 and then moved into the residence which had been occupied here by her late parents.

Since residing in this city, Mrs. Einfeldt has taught at the Downing and Edgar high school and since 1945 she has been a member of the Greenwood faculty, teaching mathematics and geography. An active member of Grace Methodist Church, she spent most of her lifetime in Sunday School work and was a member of the parish's Women's Society of Christian Service. She was also a member of the eastern star. Royal Neighbors and Greenwood Women's Club.

She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Edward (Elizabeth) Grimm, Mount Prospect, Ill. and Mrs. Harold (Margaret) Dillenbeck, Greenwood one sister, Mrs. Oscar (Irene) Metke, Fort Atkinson two brothers, Verne Varney, Madison, and Forrest Varney, Salonika, Greece, and 10 grandchildren.



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