M: Elizabeth Feneis
Children of John Ohmann and Elizabeth Feneis: (Not necessarily in order)
Rev. Fr. Danny Ohmann
Sr. Elizabeth Ohmann, O.S.F.
M: John Haas
B: 18 Oct 1928, Greenwald, Minnesota
D: 16 Mar 1997, United Hospital, Grand Forks, ND
M: Gloria Hylland, Badger
Children of Rueben Ohmann and Gloria Hylland:
M: Howei Dorsher
M: Brent Cosley
M: Karin Unknown
M: Gretta Unknown
Kittson County Enterprise Obituary, March 24, 1997
Rueben Ohmann, 68, Pembina, ND died Sunday, March 16, 1997 at the United Hospital, Grand Forks.
Rueben was born Oct. 18, 1928 at Greenwald, Minn. son of John and Elizabeth (Feneis) Ohmann. He grew up and attended school in the Greenwald area.
Rueben then attended St. Johns University and St. Cloud Teachers College and served in the U.S. Army. He taught industrial arts and coached in Humboldt.
On June 26, 1957, he married Gloria Hylland, Badger, at Freeport. He worked for the U.S. Customs Service in Pembina and Noyes for 30 years retiring in 1990.
Rueben was a member of the Knights of columbus, Assumption Catholic Church where he served as trustee, and Pembina American Legion. His hobbies included woodworking, gardening, hunting, fishing, sports, playing with his grandchildren, writing poetry and short stories.
He is survived by his wife, Gloria; daughters, Kathryn Ohmann, Rolla, Mo.; Sharon (Mrs. Howei) Dorsher, Fort Collins, Colo.; Kristin (Mrs. Brent) Cosley, St. Vincent; sons, Daniel Ohmann, Huntsville, Utah; Michael (Karin) Ohmann, St. Vincent; Ronald (Gretta) Ohmann, Bathgate; seven grandchildren; brothers, Albert Ohmann, Aurora, Colo.; Jackie Ohmann, Greenwald; Ernie Ohmann, Roseville; Rev. Fr. Danny Ohmann, M.M., Tanzania, Africa; sisters, Sr. Elizabeth Ohmann, O.S.F. and Janet (Mrs. John) Haas, both of Tucson, Ariz.
Rueben was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Mabel Kraemer.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday, March 19, 1997 at 10:00 a.m. at the Assumption Catholic Church, Pembina, ND. Celebrant was Rev. Fr. Charles Fischer.
Military rites were by Kern-Thompson Post #77, Pembina.
Pallbearers were Danny, Mike, and Ron Ohmann, Brent Cosley, Howie Dorsher, and Mike Mach.