George F. Schultz Sr.

M, b. 22 February 1905, d. 28 May 1980
George F. Schultz Sr.|b. 22 Feb 1905\nd. 28 May 1980|p180.htm#i6052|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     George F. Schultz Sr. was born on 22 February 1905 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. He was the son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. George F. Schultz Sr. married Elizabeth Piotrowski, daughter of Anton Piotrowski, on 1 May 1926 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, WI. George F. Schultz Sr. died on 28 May 1980 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 75.

Article published in the Thursday, May 29, 1980 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Wednesday, May 28, 1980.

George F. Schultz

George F. Schultz, 75, 2141 Water St., died Wednesday afternoon at. St. Michael's Hospital.
Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Stephen's Catholic Church. The Rev. James McNamee will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday at the Dzikoski Funeral Home. The general rosary will be said at 7:30 p.m.
Mr. Schultz was born Feb. 22, 1905, in Rhinelander, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schultz. He moved to the town of Bevent with his family as a child and attended schools there.
He married Elizabeth Piotrowski on May 1, 1926, in Milwaukee. The couple lived in Milwaukee for a short time before moving to Stevens Point. He was employed at Point Bakery for 30 years until retiring in 1972.
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Leonard, Greenfield, George, Galesburg, Ill., and Dennis, Batesville, Ark; six daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Irene) Rader, Fairview Village, Mrs. Doug (Lorraine) Simonis, Lake Tomahawk, Mrs. Dean (Margaret) Baltz, Rockford, Ill., Mrs. Harold (Dorothy) Hickey, Joliet, Ill., Mrs. Gregory (Elizabeth) Knich, West Allis, and Mrs. Jeffery (Nancy) Kopp, New Berlin; three brothers, Albin, Rosholt, Frank, 2796 N. County Trunk Y, and Wallace, 1635 College Ave; 34 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
One brother and two grandchildren preceded him in death.

Children of George F. Schultz Sr. and Elizabeth Piotrowski

  • Leonard Schultz
  • Irene Schultz b. 22 Sep 1926
  • Lorraine Schultz b. 2 Aug 1927
  • Margaret Schultz+ b. 3 Jul 1930, d. 10 Aug 2000
  • Dorothy Schultz+ b. 18 Apr 1934, d. 9 Jun 1987
  • Elizabeth (Jean) Schultz b. 2 Aug 1935
  • George Schultz Jr. b. 26 Jan 1938
  • Nancy Ann Schultz b. 27 Jun 1941
  • Dennis Albin Schultz b. 25 Sep 1942

Charles Joseph Schultz

M, b. 19 October 1906, d. 26 June 1969
Charles Joseph Schultz|b. 19 Oct 1906\nd. 26 Jun 1969|p180.htm#i6053|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Charles Joseph Schultz was born on 19 October 1906 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. He was the son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Charles Joseph Schultz married Theresa Kudronowicz, daughter of John Kudronowicz and Martha Buska, on 28 October 1934 at Town of Bevent, Marathon Co, WI. Charles Joseph Schultz died on 26 June 1969 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 62.

Article published in the Friday, June 27, 1969 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Thursday, June 26, 1969.

Charles Schultz

Charles Joseph Schultz, 62, Route 2, Stevens Point, was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Michael's Hospital after being strickened while riding in the family car on County Highway X Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Schultz was born Oct. 19, 1906, in Rhinelander, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schultz. The family moved to the Town of Sharon where he resided until him marriage on Oct. 28, 1934 to Teresa (sp.) Kudronowicz at St. Ladislaus' Catholic Church in the Town of Bevent.
Mr. and Mrs. Schultz lived in Stevens Point after their marriage and then moved to Milwaukee. The couple returned to the Town of Dewey in 1946 and had lived there since.
Surviving are his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Ted (Elaine) Lasky, Milwaukee; five sons, Eugene, Menomonee Falls, LeRoy, Oak Creek, James, at home, and Kenneth and John of the Town of Dewey; four brothers, George and Wallace of Stevens Point, Albin, Bevent, and Frank, Dewey; four sisters, Mrs. John (Gertrude) Suski, Rotchild (sp.), Mrs. John (Bernice) Hintz, Bevent, Mrs. August (Isabelle) Hintz, Stevens Point, and Mrs. Henry (Helen) Miedziyewski of Chicago; and nine grandchildren.
Preceding him in death were his parents.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Torun, of whose Holy Name Society Mr. Schultz was a member. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at the Dzikoski Funeral Home. A rosary will be said by the Holy Name Society of St. Mary's at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, followed by a general rosary at 8 p.m.

Children of Charles Joseph Schultz and Theresa Kudronowicz

  • Elaine Schultz+ b. 11 Sep 1935, d. 21 Apr 1998
  • Eugene Schultz b. 23 Mar 1937
  • James Schultz b. 30 Jul 1939
  • LeRoy Schultz b. 11 Feb 1941
  • Kenneth Lawrence Schultz+ b. 8 Jan 1943, d. 11 May 1985
  • John Schultz b. 15 Jul 1944

Frank Anton Schultz

M, b. 31 January 1920, d. 2 December 2008
Frank Anton Schultz|b. 31 Jan 1920\nd. 2 Dec 2008|p180.htm#i6054|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Frank Anton Schultz was born on 31 January 1920 at Torun, Portage Co, WI. He was the son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Frank Anton Schultz married Tillie Theresa Hintz, daughter of John Hintz and Clementine Breske, on 17 October 1942 at Torun, Portage Co, WI.1 Frank Anton Schultz died on 2 December 2008 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 88.

Article in the Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Stevens Point daily Journal

Frank A. Schultz

Frank A. Schultz, 88, went to heaven to join his wife, Tillie, on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 2, 2008, at Harmony Assisted Living, Stevens Point. Frank had previously resided at 2796 County Trunk Y, town of Dewey.

A funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Torun, with the Rev. Wesley Janowski officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Visitation will be from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4 at the Pisarski/Dzikoski Funeral Home, Stevens Point, and from 9 a.m. until the time of service Friday morning at the church. A general rosary will be prayed at 7:15 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. For online condolences, please visit www.pisarskifuneralhome.com

He was born Jan. 31, 1920, in the town of Sharon, the son of the late Frank and Helen (Wrycza) Schultz. His marriage to Tillie Hintz took place Oct. 17, 1942, at St. Mary Catholic Church, Torun. She died Oct. 4, 1999. As a young man, Frank worked in the area cranberry marshes, and helped with the building of the DuBay Dam. He also worked for Lullabye Furniture Mfg. He and his wife farmed in the town of Sharon for many years. In 1960, they opened Schultz's Bar in the town of Dewey, which they ran for 46 years. In addition to running the bar, Frank also worked for the township of Dewey. He was treasurer for many years for St. Mary's Church, Torun. He enjoyed playing smear, gambling and spending time with family especially his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Survivors include two daughters, Linda (David) Sobish, Stevens Point, and Sandy (Dan) Palbrach, Rosholt; five grandchildren, Holly (Greg) Singer, Jenny (David) Todus, Aaron and Justine Palbrach and Zachery Zurawski; three great-grandchildren, Cory, Felicia and Spencer; and one sister, Bernice Hintz, Wittenberg.

He was preceded in death by one grandson, Jeremy Sobish, four brothers and three sisters.

Children of Frank Anton Schultz and Tillie Theresa Hintz

  • Linda Tillie Schultz b. 23 Feb 1955
  • Sandy Schultz b. 20 Sep 1956

Citations

  1. [S49] Portage County Marriage Index. Schultz entry, volume 17, page 435.

Albin Schultz

M, b. 8 January 1914, d. 11 August 1984
Albin Schultz|b. 8 Jan 1914\nd. 11 Aug 1984|p180.htm#i6055|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Albin Schultz was born on 8 January 1914 at Torun, Portage Co, WI. He was the son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Albin Schultz married Catherine Woytasik on 11 November 1935 at St Ladislaus Catholic Church, Bevent, Marathon Co, WI. Albin Schultz died on 11 August 1984 at Rosholt, Portage Co, WI, at age 70.

Article published in the Monday, August 13, 1989 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Saturday, August 11, 1989.

Albin C Schultz
Albin C Schultz, 70, 125 N Birch Road, Rosholt, died Saturday afternoon in St Michael’s Hospital. He had been a patient there for eight days and in ill health for two years.
Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at St Ladislaus Catholic Church in Bevent. The Rev Bernard No wak will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call now at Dzikosli Funeral Home and from 9 a.m. Tuesday until services at the church. A general rosary will be said at 3 p.m. today and a family rosary will be said at 7:30 p.m.
Mr. Schultz was born January 8, 1914, in the town of Sharon, a son of the late Frank and Helen Schultz, and attended Portage County schools.
He was married to Catherine Woytasik November 11, 1935 at St Ladislaus Catholic Church, Bevent, and the couple settled in Bevent. He retired from farming in 1976.
Survivors include his wife, two brothers, Frank 2796 N. Hwy Y and Wallace, 1635 College Ave; and three sisters, Gertrude (John) Suske, Rothschild, Mrs. John (Bernice) Hintz, Rothschild, and Mrs. Isabelle Hintz, 416 First St
Two brothers and one sister preceded him in death.

Wallace Lewis Schultz

M, b. 3 May 1931, d. 9 May 1990
Wallace Lewis Schultz|b. 3 May 1931\nd. 9 May 1990|p180.htm#i6056|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Wallace Lewis Schultz was born on 3 May 1931 at Torun, Portage Co, WI. He was the son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Wallace Lewis Schultz married Gladys Vivian Liebe on 15 October 1955 at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI. Wallace Lewis Schultz died on 9 May 1990 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 59.

Article published in the Friday, May 11, 1990 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Wednesday, May 9, 1990.

Schultz Services
Funeral services for Wallace L Schultz will be held at noon Saturday at Dzikoski/Pisarski Funeral Home. The Rev Robert Barnes will officiate. A private burial will take place at a later date.
Friends may call from 10:30 a.m. until the time of services Saturday at the funeral home.
Mr. Schultz, 59, 1280 NorthPoint Drive, died Wednesday, at St Michael’s Hospital. He had been a patient there for one day.
He was born May 3, 1931, in the town of Sharon to the late Frank and Helen Schultz. He attended St Peter’s elementary school and P.J. Jacobs High School.
He entered the U.S. Army Jan. 8, 1952, in Milwaukee. He served as a corporal in the 3999th Medical Hospital Unit. He was discharged on Dec. 14, 1953 at Fort Sheridan, Ill.
He was married to the former Gladys Liebe on Oct. 15, 1955, at St Stanislaus Catholic Church. He worked at Lullabye Furniture Co. and was a member of American Legion Post No. 6
Survivors include one daughter, Debra Schultz, 6309 Oaklane Court; two grandchildren; one brother, Frank (Tillie), town of Dewy; and three sisters Gertrude (John) Suski, Rothschild, Bernice Hintz, Rosholt, and Isabelle Hint, Stevens Point.
He was preceded in death by several bothers and sisters.

Children of Wallace Lewis Schultz and Gladys Vivian Liebe

  • Debra Schultz
  • Laurie Schultz
  • Denise Schultz

Gertrude Schultz

F, b. 8 August 1908, d. 28 January 1999
Gertrude Schultz|b. 8 Aug 1908\nd. 28 Jan 1999|p180.htm#i6057|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Gertrude Schultz was born on 8 August 1908 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. She was the daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Gertrude Schultz married John Suske on 20 April 1926 at Torun, Portage Co, WI. Gertrude Schultz died on 28 January 1999 at Wausau, Marathon Co, WI, at age 90.

Obituary printed in the Wausau Daily Herald, Sunday, January 31, 1999 and typed for the Marathon Co., Obits Forum by Betty Martz

Gertrude H. Suske, 90, 113 Rothschild St., Rothschild, died Thursday Jan. 28, 1999 at Community Health Care Wausau Hospital.

She was born Aug 8, 1908, in Rhinelander, daughter of the late Frank and Helen (Wrycha) Schultz. She married John Suske April 20, 1926 in Torun, Wis. He preceded her in death Dec. 17, 1995. Gertrude had been employed at the former Marathon Battery, Wausau.

Survivors include two sons, Leroy (Rita) Suske, Schofield, and Ronald (Karen) Tomahawk; three daughters, Alice (George) Wallace, St. Petersburg, Fla. Pat (Vilas) Platta, Wausau, Carol (Don) Pelot, Schofield; one brother, Frank, Stevens Point, One sister, Bernice Hintz, Galloway; 20 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three daughters, four brothers and two sisters.

The funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 1, 1999, at St mark’s Catholic Church, Rothschild. The Rev A.L. Slowiak will officiate. Burial will be in the Guardian Gate of Heaven Cemetery, town of Kronenwetter. Hayden Funeral Home, Schofield is assisting the family with arrangements.

Children of Gertrude Schultz and John Suske

  • Ronald Suske
  • Grace Suske
  • Alice Suske
  • Patricia Suske
  • Carol Suske
  • Marjorie Suske+ b. 3 Dec 1930, d. 2 Jun 1996
  • LeRoy Suske b. 21 Oct 1934

Isabelle Dorothy Schultz

F, b. 8 March 1912, d. 15 July 1992
Isabelle Dorothy Schultz|b. 8 Mar 1912\nd. 15 Jul 1992|p180.htm#i6059|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Isabelle Dorothy Schultz was born on 8 March 1912 at Torun, Portage Co, WI. She was the daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Isabelle Dorothy Schultz married August Hintz on 3 November 1931 at St. Mary's Torun, Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI. Isabelle Dorothy Schultz died on 15 July 1992 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 80.

Article published in the Thursday, July 16, 1992 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Wednesday, July 15, 1992.

Isabelle D Hintz
Isabelle D Hintz, 80, 416 First St, died Wednesday morning, July 15, 1992, at St. Michael’s Hospital, where she had been a patient for two days.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St Peter’s Church. The Rev Gerald Fisher will officiate and burial will be in the Guardian Angel Cemetery,
Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the Dzikoski/Pisarski Funeral Home. The Third Order of St Francis will say a rosary at 4:30 p.m. today. The St Peter Rosary Society and the Catholic Foresters will combine for a general rosary at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Mrs. Hintz was born March 8, 1912, in the town of Sharon, a daughter of the late Frank and Helen Schultz. She attended Sharon schools.
She was married to August Hintz Nov. 3, 1931 at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Torun. He died June 8, 1983.
After their marriage, the couple settled and farmed in the town of Bevent. They moved to Stevens Point in 1964.
Mrs. Hintz was as member of St Peter’s Rosary Society, Rose No 3, for 26 years; a member of the Third Order of St Francis; and a member of the National Catholic Society of Foresters, St Hedwig Court No 745.
She enjoyed cooking and baking.
Survivors include two sisters, Gertrude (John) Suske, Rothschild, and Bernice Hintz, Bevent; and one brother, Frank (Tille) Schultz, Stevens Point.
She was preceded in death by four brothers and one sister.

Helen Schultz

F, b. 19 July 1922, d. 12 March 1982
Helen Schultz|b. 19 Jul 1922\nd. 12 Mar 1982|p180.htm#i6060|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|||||||
     Helen Schultz was born on 19 July 1922 at Town of Sharon, Portage Co, WI. She was the daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Helen Schultz married Sylvester (Sally) Konieczki. Helen Schultz married Henry Miedziejewski. Helen Schultz died on 12 March 1982 at Chicago, Cook Co, IL, at age 59.

Article published in the Monday, March 15, 1982 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Friday, March 12, 1982.

Mrs. Helen (Schultz) Miadzyjewske
Mrs. Helen Miadzyjewske, 59, Chicago, a former Stevens Point area resident, died March 12 in Chicago.
Services were today in Chicago, K.C. Laskowski Funeral Home, Chicago, handled the arrangements.
She was born July 19, 1922, in the town of Sharon, daughter of the late Frank and Helen Schultz. She grew up in the Stevens Point area, attending local schools.
She was married to Henry Miadzyjewske in Chicago. They lived in Chicago, where he worked as an electrician. Her husband survives.
Survivors besides her husband include four children; three brothers Wallace Schultz, 1636 College Ave., Frank Schultz, Highway Y, and Albin Schultz, Rosholt; three sisters, Mrs. Bernice Hintz, Rosholt, Mrs. Isabelle Hintz, 416 1st St., and Mrs. Gertrude Suske, Rothschild. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Charles and George.

Children of Helen Schultz and Henry Miedziejewski

  • Stephen Miedziejewski
  • Carol Miedziejewski

Children of Helen Schultz and Sylvester (Sally) Konieczki

  • Bernard Konieczki
  • LaVern Konieczki
  • Gerald Konieczki+ b. 30 Sep 1941, d. Jun 1992

John Suske

M, b. 8 November 1896, d. 17 December 1995
     John Suske was born on 8 November 1896 at Bevent, Marathon Co, WI. He married Gertrude Schultz, daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha, on 20 April 1926 at Torun, Portage Co, WI. John Suske died on 17 December 1995 at Weston, Marathon Co, WI, at age 99.

Wausau Daily Record Herald

John L. Suske, 99, of 113 Rothschild St. Rothschild, died Sunday, Dec. 17, 1995, at Kennedy Park Medical and Rehabilitation Center Schofield.

He was born Nov. 8, 1896, in Bevent, the son of the late Frank and Francis (Hoppa) Garske Suske. He married Gertrude Schultz on April 20, 1926, at S1, Mary's Catholic Church, Torun, Wis. She survives. John retired from American Can in 1965, where he was a member of the Quarter Century Club. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a member of St. Mark's Catholic Church, Rothschild.

Survivors besides his wife, Gertrude, include two sons, Leroy (Rita) Suske, Schofield, and Ronald (Karen) Suske, Tomahawk; four daughters, Alice (George) Wallace, S1, Petersburg, Fla., Marge (Duane) Aldrich, Belvidere, Ill., Patricia (Vilas) Platta, Wausau, and Carol (Don) Peolot, Mosinee; one half-brother, Ben Garske, Rothschild; two half-sisters, Helen Plaza, Wausau, and Stella Matis, Wausau; 20 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two daughters, Dorothy and Grace Suske, a brother, Frank Suske, and two sisters, Matta Danczyk and Martha Suske.

The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at noon, today, Dec. 19, 1995, at S1, Mark's Catholic Church, Rothschild. The Rev. A.L. Siowiak will officiate. Burial will be in the Gate of Heaven Cemetery, town of Kronenwetter. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. today until the time of services, all at the church.

Children of John Suske and Gertrude Schultz

  • Ronald Suske
  • Grace Suske
  • Alice Suske
  • Patricia Suske
  • Carol Suske
  • Marjorie Suske+ b. 3 Dec 1930, d. 2 Jun 1996
  • LeRoy Suske b. 21 Oct 1934

John Hintz

M, b. 5 May 1900, d. 1987
     John Hintz was born on 5 May 1900. He married Bernice Schultz, daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha, on 10 May 1920. John Hintz died in 1987.

Children of John Hintz and Bernice Schultz

  • Patricia Hintz b. 8 Jan 1934
  • Sylvester Hintz b. 2 Dec 1935
  • Lucille Hintz+ b. 14 Jun 1937, d. 20 Jul 1982
  • Stanley Hintz+ b. 1 Nov 1938, d. 15 Mar 1990
  • Delphine Hintz b. 29 Jan 1941
  • Bernice (Junie) Hintz b. 3 Nov 1942, d. 1950
  • John Hintz Jr. b. 23 Jul 1944
  • Daniel Hintz b. 14 Feb 1946
  • Jack Hintz b. 28 Jan 1947
  • Susan Hintz b. 7 Jul 1948, d. 14 Feb 1980
  • Helen (Lonnie) Hintz b. 26 Jul 1953

August Hintz

M, b. 3 March 1903, d. 8 June 1983
     August Hintz was born on 3 March 1903 at Bevent, Marathon Co, WI. He married Isabelle Dorothy Schultz, daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha, on 3 November 1931 at St. Mary's Torun, Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI. Article published in the Wednesday, June 8, 1983 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Wednesday, June 8, 1983.

August D Hintz
August D Hintz, 79, 416 First St, died Wednesday morning at home. He had been ill for two years.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St Peter’s Catholic Church. The Rev Donald Przybylski will officiate, and burial will be in the Guardian Angel Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday at Dzikoski Funeral Home, at which time the Third Order of St Francis will say a rosary. St Peter’s Holy name Society will combine with the general rosary at 7:30 p.m. Friday. A memorial will be established in his name.
He was born August 3, 1903 in the town of Bevent, Marathon County, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hintz. He attended schools in the town of Bevent. He was married to the former Isabelle Schultz on Nov 3, 1931, at St Mary’s Catholic Church, Torun. They farmed in the town of Bevent until 1964, when they moved to Stevens Point and their present address. She survives.
He was s member of St Peter’s Holy Name Society and the Third Order of St Francis.
Survivors besides his wife include three brothers, Roman 2117 East Ave., John, Bevent, and Joseph, 416 First St. He was preceded in death by his parents, a foster daughter, one brother and two sisters. August Hintz died on 8 June 1983 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 80.

Sylvester (Sally) Konieczki

M, b. 7 March 1921, d. 30 September 1987
     Sylvester (Sally) Konieczki was born on 7 March 1921 at Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co, WI. He married Helen Schultz, daughter of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha. Sylvester (Sally) Konieczki died on 30 September 1987 at Chicago, Cook Co, IL, at age 66.

Article published in the Friday, October 9, 1987 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Wednesday, September 30, 1987

Sylvester (Chester) Konieczki
Sylvester (Chester) Konieczki, 66, Chicago, Ill., a town of Linwood native, died September 30 at his residence.
Services were held Monday at Modell Funeral Home in Chicago. Entombment followed in Resurrection Mausoleum.
Mr. Konieczki was born March 7, 1921 in Wisconsin Rapids, a son of Frances Konieczki, Chicago, Ill., and the late John Konieczki. He attended Linwood School and moved to the Chicago area in 1942. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II. He was a sheet metal worker at J.E. Mathis Co. for 17 years, retiring in 1963.
Survivors besides his mother include two sons; two brothers, Marvin Plainfield, Ill., and Victor, McHenry County, Ill., and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Lucille) Tornczak, Chicago, III., and Mrs. Thomas (Carol) Jacques, Chicago, Ill.
Besides his father, he was preceded in death by his wife, Marie, and a sister, Lorraine Maslowski of Stevens Point.

Children of Sylvester (Sally) Konieczki and Helen Schultz

  • Bernard Konieczki
  • LaVern Konieczki
  • Gerald Konieczki+ b. 30 Sep 1941, d. Jun 1992

Tillie Theresa Hintz

F, b. 13 September 1921, d. 4 October 1999
Tillie Theresa Hintz|b. 13 Sep 1921\nd. 4 Oct 1999|p180.htm#i6065|John Hintz|||Clementine Breske|||||||||||||||
     Tillie Theresa Hintz was born on 13 September 1921 at Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI. She was the daughter of John Hintz and Clementine Breske. Tillie Theresa Hintz married Frank Anton Schultz, son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha, on 17 October 1942 at Torun, Portage Co, WI.1 Tillie Theresa Hintz died on 4 October 1999 at Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI, at age 78.

Article published in the Tuesday, October 5, 1999 issue of the Stevens Point Journal. Actual date of death: Monday, October 4, 1999.

Tillie T. Schultz

Tille T. Schultz, 78, 2796 County Trunk Y, town of Dewey, died unexpectedly Monday afternoon, Oct. 4, 1999, at her home.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's of Torun. The Rev. Donald Walczak will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Pisarski/Dzikoski Funeral Home and 9 a.m. Thursday at the church until the time of the services. At 7 p.m. St. Mary's Rosary Society will combine with the general rosary at the funeral home.
Mrs. Schultz was born Sept. 13, 1921, in the town of Dewey, the daughter of the late John and Clementine (Breske) Hintz.
She was married to Frank Schultz on Oct. 17, 1942, at St. Mary of Torun. He survives.
After their marriage they settled in the town of Sharon and farmed until 1960. They then moved to their present address and ran Schultz's Bar for the past 39 years.
She was a minister of prayer at St. Mary's of Torun and a lifetime member of the Rosary Society.
She enjoyed playing cards and her grandchildren.
Survivors besides her husband, Frank, include two daughters, Linda Sobish, Stevens Point and Sandy (Dan) Palbrach, Rosholt; five grandchildren, Holly Sobish, Jenny, Aaron, and Justin Palbrach and Zachery Zurawski; one great-grandson, Cory Sobish; and two sisters, Alice (Ken) Zdroik, Stevens Point, and Mary Ann (Ned) Pepowski, Custer.
She was preceded in death by one grandson, two sisters and four brother.

Children of Tillie Theresa Hintz and Frank Anton Schultz

  • Linda Tillie Schultz b. 23 Feb 1955
  • Sandy Schultz b. 20 Sep 1956

Citations

  1. [S49] Portage County Marriage Index. Schultz entry, volume 17, page 435.

Theresa Kudronowicz

F, b. 1 September 1911, d. 26 August 1995
Theresa Kudronowicz|b. 1 Sep 1911\nd. 26 Aug 1995|p180.htm#i6066|John Kudronowicz|||Martha Buska|||||||||||||||
     Theresa Kudronowicz was born on 1 September 1911 at Town of Bevent, Marathon Co, WI. She was the daughter of John Kudronowicz and Martha Buska. Theresa Kudronowicz married Charles Joseph Schultz, son of Frank F. Schultz and Helen Wrycha, on 28 October 1934 at Town of Bevent, Marathon Co, WI. Theresa Kudronowicz died on 26 August 1995 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 83.

Article published in the Monday, August 28, 1995 issue of the Steven Point Journal. Actual date of death: Saturday, August 26,1995.

Theresa M. Schultz

Theresa M. Schultz, 83, formerly of 1600 Sherman Ave., died Saturday, Aug. 26, 1995, at the Portage County Health Care Center. She had been a resident there the past month.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Torun. The Rev. William Moeschler will officiate and burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may clal (sp.) today from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Pisarski/Dzikoski Funeral Home. St. Mary Rosary Society will combine with the general rosary at 7 p.m. today.
Mrs. Schultz was born Sept. 1, 1911 in the town of Bevent, a daughter of the late John and Martha (Buska) Kudronowicz. She attended school in the town of Bevent. Her marriage to Charles Schultz took place Oct. 28, 1934, at St. Ladislaus Catholic Church, Bevent. They began operating the family farm in the town of Dewey in 1946. He died June 26, 1969.
Mrs. Schultz was a 50-year member of the St. Mary of Torun Rosary Society. She enjoyed gardening, crocheting and playing cards.
Survivors include a daughter, Elaine Lasky, Wausau; four sons, Eugene (Bernice), West Bend, Jim (Marian) Schultz, Stevens Point, LeRoy (Janet), Amherst, and John (Delores), Rosholt; three brothers, Tony (Irene) Kudronowicz, Schofield, Hank (Jean) Kudronowicz, Hatley, and John (Virginia) Kudronowicz, Stevens Point; two sisters, Fran (Jack) Worzella, Milwaukee, and Winnifred (Thomas) Freil, Cleveland, Ohio; 17 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by one son, four brothers, two sisters and a grandson.

Children of Theresa Kudronowicz and Charles Joseph Schultz

  • Elaine Schultz+ b. 11 Sep 1935, d. 21 Apr 1998
  • Eugene Schultz b. 23 Mar 1937
  • James Schultz b. 30 Jul 1939
  • LeRoy Schultz b. 11 Feb 1941
  • Kenneth Lawrence Schultz+ b. 8 Jan 1943, d. 11 May 1985
  • John Schultz b. 15 Jul 1944

Elaine Schultz

F, b. 11 September 1935, d. 21 April 1998
Elaine Schultz|b. 11 Sep 1935\nd. 21 Apr 1998|p180.htm#i6067|Charles Joseph Schultz|b. 19 Oct 1906\nd. 26 Jun 1969|p180.htm#i6053|Theresa Kudronowicz|b. 1 Sep 1911\nd. 26 Aug 1995|p180.htm#i6066|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|John Kudronowicz|||Martha Buska|||
     Elaine Schultz was born on 11 September 1935 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI. She was the daughter of Charles Joseph Schultz and Theresa Kudronowicz. Elaine Schultz married Theodore Donald Lasky on 24 October 1955 at IL. Elaine Schultz died on 21 April 1998 at Plover, Portage Co, WI, at age 62.

Article taken from the Tuesday, April 21, 1998 issue of the Stevens Point Journal.

Elaine A. (Schultz) Lasky, 62, formerly of 1701 Plover Road, died this morning, Tuesday, April 21, 1998, at the home of her daughter. She was under the care of the Hospice of Portage County.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Torun, the Rev. Donald Walczak officiating.
Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at hte Pisarski/Dzikoski Funeral Home. A vigil service will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial will be established in her name at later date.
Mrs. Lasky was born Sept. 11, 1935, in Stevens Point to the late Charles and Theresa (Kudronowicz) Schultz.
She attended schools in Milwaukee and Stevens Point, graduating from P.J. Jacobs High School in 1953.
She was married to Theodore 'Ted' Lasky on Oct. 24, 1955, in Illinois. They lived in Stevens Point before moving to Milwaukee in 1960.
The couple and their tow children moved back to Stevens Point in1972. Her husband died Dec. 7, 1989.
Mrs. Lasky worked for hte Copps Corp. until the time of her semiretirement in 1992. In 1993, she moved to Wausau where she worked for Graebel Moving and Storage. IN 1995, she worked for Eastbay Sports until the time of her illness in September 1997.
She was a former Rosary Society president and was active in St. Mary Catholic Church, Torun, from 1976 to 1988. She enjoyed shows at the Grand Theater, baking, crocheting and gambling.
Survivors include a daughter, Bonnie (Larry) Omernik, Plover; four brother, Eugene (Bernice), West Bend, James (Marian), Stevens Point, Leroy (Janet), Amherst, and John (Delores), Rosholt; a half sister, Irene Paris, Wausau; and four grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a son and a brother.
ther.

She was buried on 23 April 1998 at St. Mary's Torun, Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI.

Children of Elaine Schultz and Theodore Donald Lasky

Kenneth Lawrence Schultz

M, b. 8 January 1943, d. 11 May 1985
Kenneth Lawrence Schultz|b. 8 Jan 1943\nd. 11 May 1985|p180.htm#i6071|Charles Joseph Schultz|b. 19 Oct 1906\nd. 26 Jun 1969|p180.htm#i6053|Theresa Kudronowicz|b. 1 Sep 1911\nd. 26 Aug 1995|p180.htm#i6066|Frank F. Schultz|b. 20 Sep 1878\nd. 17 Oct 1963|p179.htm#i6043|Helen Wrycha|b. 10 May 1886\nd. 3 May 1964|p179.htm#i6051|John Kudronowicz|||Martha Buska|||
     Kenneth Lawrence Schultz was born on 8 January 1943 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, WI. He was the son of Charles Joseph Schultz and Theresa Kudronowicz. Kenneth Lawrence Schultz married Donna Shemanski on 23 May 1964 at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI. Kenneth Lawrence Schultz died on 11 May 1985 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 42.

Article published in the Monday, May 13, 1985 issue of the Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Saturday, May 11, 1985.

Kenneth L. Schultz

Kenneth L. Schultz, 42, Biron, died Saturday afternoon in the emergency room of St. Michael's Hospital. He wa taken there by ambulance after suffering an apparent heart attack while doing yard work along Green Avenue.
He is a former Stevens Point resident and had relatives in the area.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Torun, with the Rev. Edwin Stanek officiating. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 tonight at St. John's Catholic Church, Biron. They may call after 4 p.m. Tuesday at Dzikoski Funeral Home. A general rosary will be prayed at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Mr. Schultz was born Jan. 8, 1943, in Milwaukee, son of Charles and Theresa Schultz. His mother lives at 5703 Dewey Drive, town of Dewey. The family moved to Stevens Point in 1944. Mr. Schultz attended Torun Rural School and P.J. Jacobs High School.
He was married to Donna Shemanski May 23, 1964, at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church. She survives. The couple settled in Milwaukee for three years and then moved to Fond du Lac. In 1969, they moved to Biron. Mr. Schultz wa employed as a tool specialist for Mercury Marine Co., Fond du Lac.
Survivors besides his wife and mother include two daughters, Sherry and Peggy, both at home; one sister, Mrs. Ted (Elaine) Lasky, 1701 Plover Road, Plover, and four brothers, Eugene, West Bend, James, 5773 Dewey Drive, Dewey, LeRoy, Amherst, and John, Rosholt. His father preceded him in death.

Children of Kenneth Lawrence Schultz and Donna Shemanski

  • Sherry Schultz b. 19 Jan 1965
  • Peggy Schultz b. 20 Oct 1966

Theodore Donald Lasky

M, b. 16 July 1929, d. 7 December 1989
     Theodore Donald Lasky was born on 16 July 1929 at South Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, WI. He married Elaine Schultz, daughter of Charles Joseph Schultz and Theresa Kudronowicz, on 24 October 1955 at IL. Theodore Donald Lasky died on 7 December 1989 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 60.

Article published in the Friday, December 8, 1989 issue of the Stevens Point Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Thursday, December 7, 1989.

Theodore D. Lasky

Theodore D. Lasky, 60, 1701 Plover Road, Plover, died Thursday afternoon at St. Michael's Hospital. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance.
He was in ill health the last six years and became disabled in January, 1989.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Torun. The Rev. Edwin Stanek and Decon Florian Hurrish will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call after 4 p.m. Sunday at the Dzikoski/Pisarski Funeral Home. A general rosary will be said at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
He was born July 16, 1929, in South Milwaukee, a son of the late Theodore C. and Helen Lasky. He attended Wisconsin Rapids and Merrill schools.
He was married to the former Elaine Schultz Oct. 24, 1955, in Illinois. She survives. The couple settled in Milwaukee for 14 years, moving to Stevens Point in 1972.
He was employed at George Meyer Manufacturing in Cudahy for 14 years. He then worked as a maintenance man at St. Mary Catholic Church in Torun and at Banta Software in Plover.
He enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Survivors besides his wife include one daughter, Bonnie (Larry) Omernik, Plover; four grandchildren; two brothers, James (Irene) Lasky; 3210 Jordan Road, and Jerry (Donna) Lasky, 3105 Hay Meadow Lane; and one sister, Judy (Dennis) Haessly, 408 Meadow St.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one son and one sister.
A memorial has been established in his name for the Portage County Hospice. He was buried on 11 December 1989 at St. Mary's Torun, Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI.

Children of Theodore Donald Lasky and Elaine Schultz

Thomas E. Lasky

M, b. 1 May 1956, d. 1 January 1976
Thomas E. Lasky|b. 1 May 1956\nd. 1 Jan 1976|p180.htm#i6074|Theodore Donald Lasky|b. 16 Jul 1929\nd. 7 Dec 1989|p180.htm#i6073|Elaine Schultz|b. 11 Sep 1935\nd. 21 Apr 1998|p180.htm#i6067|||||||Charles J. Schultz|b. 19 Oct 1906\nd. 26 Jun 1969|p180.htm#i6053|Theresa Kudronowicz|b. 1 Sep 1911\nd. 26 Aug 1995|p180.htm#i6066|
     Thomas E. Lasky was born on 1 May 1956 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI. He was the son of Theodore Donald Lasky and Elaine Schultz. Thomas E. Lasky died on 1 January 1976 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 19.

Article published in the Friday, January 2, 1976 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death, Thursday, January 1, 1976.

Three killed in New Year's crash

Three Portage County residents were killed shortly after the New Year arrived Thursday in a two-car collision just east of Jordan Pond on Highway 66.
Clements L. Konkol, 68, Route 1, Custer, his wife Eleanor P., 62, and Thomas E. Lasky, 19, Route 1, Plover, were pronounced dead on arrival at St. Michael's Hospital after the collision at 1:10 a.m. Thursday.
Portage County Sheriff's Department deputies said Lasky, who was alone in his car, was westbound on 66 when he crossed the centerline into the path of an eastbound auto driven by Konkol.
The Lasky auto was struck broadside by the Konkol vehicle, tearing the Lasky car in half and throwing the driver out.
Deputies said all three persons suffered head injuries, and none were wearing seatbelts. The Lasky auto was demolished and damage was severe to the Konkol auto.
The mishap was the worst New Year's Day accident on Portage County roads in memory and put the 1976 county traffic fatality count at three compared to eight in all of 1975.
The worst crash in Portage County's history occured on Dec. 23, 1967, when six people were fatally injured in a collision on Highway 51, 11 miles north of Stevens Point.
Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Konkol will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Polonia. The Rev. Thaddeus P. Szczerbicki will officiate. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call today at the Shuda Funeral Chapel. The Rosary Society of Sacred Heart Church, of which Mrs. Konkol was a member, will pray at 7:30 p.m. St. Isadore's Society, of which their son Richard is a member, will pray with the general rosary at 8 p.m.
Konkol was born Feb. 28, 1907, in the Town of Stockton, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Konkol. He attended school in Fancher and farmed in the Town of Stockton and the Town of Sharon.
He operated the Konkolville Tavern, Polonia, until 1952, and worked as a machine operator at Joerns Funiture Co. until retiring in 1972.
His marriage was to the former Eleanor Richter on April 29, 1931, at Sacred Heart Chruch. The couple lived at the present home address for about 25 years.
Mrs. Konkol was born July 14, 1913, in the Town of Sharon,a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Richter.
Mr. and Mrs. Konkol's survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Edmund (Lorraine) Kurzicki, Route 5, Stevens Point, Mrs. Wayne (Renetta) Miller and Mrs. Thomas (Rosalie) Modrzewski, both of Route 4, Stevens Point; two sons, Richard, Route 1, Custer, and David, Milwaukee; and 10 grandchildren.
Konkol's survivors also include one sister, Mrs. Marlyn (Phyllis) Kreis, Weyauwega, and nine brothers, Henry, Casimir, Chester and Dennis all of Route 2, Amherst, Stephan and Walter, both of Amherst, Barney, Amherst Junction, Ernest, Neenah, and Leonard, Milwaukee.
He was preceded in death by two brothers.
Mrs. Konkol's survivors include five sisters, Mrs. Leslie (Agnes) Nixon and Virginia Richter, both of Milwaukee, Mrs. Alex (Gertrude) Omernik, 2900 Della St., Mrs. Myrle (Evelyn) Keppen, Riverside, Calif., and Mrs. Victor (Violet) Retzke,1819 Albert St., Whiting, and two brothers, Raymond Richter, Route 2, Rosholt, and George, in Kentucky.
Funeral services for Lasky will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Torun. The Rev. Richard Tomsyck will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the Dzikoski Funeral Home. A general rosary will be saidat 8 p.m.
Lasky was born May 1, 1956, in Stevens Point, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lasky. His mother is the former Elaine Schultz. He attended school in Milwaukee and also attended Stevens Point Area Senior High School.
He lived at Route 4, Stevens Point (Town of Dewey), before moving to Route 1, Plover. He worked for Worth Co., Whiting.
Survivors include his parents, of Route 1, Plover; one sister, Bonnie, at home; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Lasky Sr., Town of Hull, and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Theresa Schultz, Town of Dewey.

Frances Simcakoski

F, b. 19 February 1879, d. 14 July 1970
Frances Simcakoski|b. 19 Feb 1879\nd. 14 Jul 1970|p180.htm#i6076|Michael Simcakoski||||||||||||||||||
     Frances Simcakoski was born on 19 February 1879 at Town of Hull, Portage Co, WI. She was the daughter of Michael Simcakoski. Frances Simcakoski married Leo Schultz, son of Martin Schultz and Catherine Laskoski, on 25 September 1922 at St. Hyacinth’s Catholic Church, Antigo, Langlade Co, WI.

Article taken from the Saturday September 30, 1922 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal.

Married at Antigo

Leo Schultz, senior memeber of Schultz Bros., grocers at he corner of North Second and Franklin streets, was married at Antigo last Monday morning to Miss Frances Skymczakowski, 351 Fourth avenue, this city. The bride is better recognized by the simplified spelling of her name, Simski.
They were attended ty Frank Przekurat and Miss Emma Basinski, both of whom drove to Antigo with the other couple on Sunday. Rev. Frank A. Nowak, a former Stevens Pointer, tied the nuptial knot.
Mr. and Mrs. Schultz are expected to return this afternoon or Sunday from a trip to Rhinelander, Superior and Milwaukee. They will make their home for the present with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simski on Fourth avenue.
The groom has been engaged in business for the past three and one half years. His wife is an expert cook and had been employed at local hotels and restaurants and at River Pines sanatorium. She also spent a year at Miami, Florida.

Frances Simcakoski died on 14 July 1970 at Heritage Nursing Home, Wisconsin Rapids, Wood Co, WI, at age 91.

Article published in the, Thursday, July 16, 1970 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Wednesday, July 15, 1970

Mrs. Frances Schultz
Mrs. Frances Schultz, 91, died at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Heritage Nursing Home, Wisconsin Rapids.
Before entering the nursing home last October, she lived at 1101 Franklin St.
She was the window of Leo Schultz, who with is brother, Anton, operated the Schultz Brothers grocery and meat market at 2nd and Franklin Streets for many years.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, with burial in Guardian Angel Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Dzikoski Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Friday. St. Peter’s Rosary Society, of which Mrs. Schultz was as member, will say the rosary there at 7 o’clock Friday night and a general rosary is scheduled for 7:30
Mrs. Schultz was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Simcakoski. She was born Feb. 19, 1879, in the Town of Hull.
As a young woman, she was a cook in restaurants and hotels in Stevens Point, elsewhere in Wisconsin and in other states.
Her marriage to Mr. Schultz took place Sept 25, 1922, at St. Hyacinth’s Catholic Church, Antigo, and they made their home in Stevens Point.
Mrs. Schultz is survived by a brother, Frank Simcakoski, 300 Franklin St., and nieces and nephews.
Her husband died in 1960. Also preceding her in her death were four brothers and two sisters.

Gertrude A. Ajeska

F, b. 7 June 1905, d. 19 October 1994
Gertrude A. Ajeska|b. 7 Jun 1905\nd. 19 Oct 1994|p180.htm#i6077|Antone Ajeska|b. 29 Nov 1875\nd. 30 Jun 1960|p182.htm#i6187|Helen Schultz|b. 3 Oct 1884\nd. 19 Sep 1965|p179.htm#i6046|||||||Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|
     Gertrude A. Ajeska was born on 7 June 1905 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. She was the daughter of Antone Ajeska and Helen Schultz. Gertrude A. Ajeska married Earl Byrd on 31 August 1925 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. Gertrude A. Ajeska died on 19 October 1994 at Port Charlotte, Charlotte Co, FL, at age 89.

Sun Herald - Oct 22, 1994

Gertrude H. Weber, 89, Port Charloette, died Oct 19, 1994 at Fawcett Memorial Hospital. She was born June 7, 1905 in Green Bay, Wis. adn moved to this area from Milwaukee in 1965.
Survivors include, a brother, Chester Ajeska of Salinas, Ca; grandsons Brandon R. Rose and Clayton M. Rose, both of Fort Meyers and one great-grandson.
Arrangements by Robinson Funeral Home, Port Charlotte.

Child of Gertrude A. Ajeska and Earl Byrd

Bernice Ada Ajeska

F, b. 18 January 1907, d. 2 October 1978
Bernice Ada Ajeska|b. 18 Jan 1907\nd. 2 Oct 1978|p180.htm#i6078|Antone Ajeska|b. 29 Nov 1875\nd. 30 Jun 1960|p182.htm#i6187|Helen Schultz|b. 3 Oct 1884\nd. 19 Sep 1965|p179.htm#i6046|||||||Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|
     Bernice Ada Ajeska was born on 18 January 1907 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. She was the daughter of Antone Ajeska and Helen Schultz. Bernice Ada Ajeska married Wilfred (Alex) Robarge on 24 May 1941. Bernice Ada Ajeska died on 2 October 1978 at Port Charlotte, Charlotte Co, FL, at age 71.

Article published in the Wednesday, October 18, 1978 issue of the Rhinelander Daily News. Actual date of death: Monday, October 2, 1978.

Bernice T. Robarge

Word had been received here of the death in Florida of a former resident, Bernice T. Robarge, 71, 167 NE Glendale Ave., Port Charlotte, died Oct. 2 at Fawcett Memorial Hospital there.
The former Bernice Ajeska was born in Rhinelander and moved to Charlotte County a year ago. She is survived by her husband, Wilfred J. Robarge; two brothers, Arthur Ajeska of Warm Mineral Springs and Chester Ajeska of San Leandro, Calif; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Weber of Port Charlotte, and one niece.
Mass was held Oct. 6 at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, Port Charlotte, and burial followed at Restlawn Memorial Gardens.

Chester Peter Ajeska

M, b. 13 May 1913, d. 2 October 2005
Chester Peter Ajeska|b. 13 May 1913\nd. 2 Oct 2005|p180.htm#i6079|Antone Ajeska|b. 29 Nov 1875\nd. 30 Jun 1960|p182.htm#i6187|Helen Schultz|b. 3 Oct 1884\nd. 19 Sep 1965|p179.htm#i6046|||||||Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|
     Chester Peter Ajeska was born on 13 May 1913 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. He was the son of Antone Ajeska and Helen Schultz. Chester Peter Ajeska married Dorothy Jean Carlson on 8 October 1938 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. Chester Peter Ajeska died on 2 October 2005 at Carmel, Monterey Co, CA, at age 92.

Monterey County Herald, The (CA) - October 5, 2005 SALINAS CA United States Chester P. Ajeska May 13, 1913 ~ October 2, 2005 SALINAS - Chester P. Ajeska , age 92, died peacefully on Sunday,October 2. Chester was born in Rhinelander, WI on May 13, 1913. He movedwith his wife and children to San Leandro, CA and then to Salinas in1994. Chester was employed as a Linotype operator at a variety of newspapersin Wisconsin and California for forty-four years. He was an avidsportsman and gardener and a loving husband, father, grandfather andgreat-grandfather. Chester is survived by his daughter, Judie White (Dan) of Corralitos;his son, Richard Ajeska (Susan) of Carmel; his granddaughter, EmilyWilson (Mark) of Roseville, CA; his grandson, Craig Ajeska (Deborah) ofSalinas and his great-grandchildren, Nolan and Rose Wilson and Ethan andKyle Ajeska . His wife, Dorothy, preceded him in death in 1996. Private family services will be held. Contributions are suggested to the Monterey County SPCA, P.O. Box 2004, Monterey, CA 93942. Arrangements were directed by The Paul Mortuary. Section: Death Notice - ClassifiedIndex Terms: Chester AjeskaDateline: SALINAS CA United States.

Children of Chester Peter Ajeska and Dorothy Jean Carlson

  • Richard Anthony Ajeska b. 24 Aug 1941
  • Judie Ann Ajeska b. Jun 1946

Arthur Joseph Ajeska

M, b. 12 September 1908, d. 25 November 1980
Arthur Joseph Ajeska|b. 12 Sep 1908\nd. 25 Nov 1980|p180.htm#i6080|Antone Ajeska|b. 29 Nov 1875\nd. 30 Jun 1960|p182.htm#i6187|Helen Schultz|b. 3 Oct 1884\nd. 19 Sep 1965|p179.htm#i6046|||||||Martin Schultz|b. 11 Nov 1833\nd. 5 Mar 1927|p179.htm#i6034|Catherine Laskoski|d. 8 Dec 1913|p179.htm#i6035|
     Arthur Joseph Ajeska was born on 12 September 1908 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI. He was the son of Antone Ajeska and Helen Schultz. Arthur Joseph Ajeska married Vivian Irene Roberts, daughter of Frank Uttecht and Eva Lang, on 27 August 1966 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Medford, Taylor Co, WI. Arthur Joseph Ajeska died on 25 November 1980 at Sarasota, FL, at age 72.

Obituary in the Sarasota Herald

Arthur J. Ajeska, 72, 737 Crestwood Rd, Englewood, died Tuesday (Nov. 25, 1980)

Born in Wisconsin he came to the area in 1978 from Michigan. He was a mill worker for St. Regis Paper Company.

Service will be private. Lemon Bay Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Wilfred (Alex) Robarge

M, b. 18 April 1915, d. 1 May 1988
     Wilfred (Alex) Robarge was born on 18 April 1915 at Tomahawk, Lincoln Co, WI. He married Bernice Ada Ajeska, daughter of Antone Ajeska and Helen Schultz, on 24 May 1941. Wilfred (Alex) Robarge died on 1 May 1988 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co, WI, at age 73.

Article published in the Tuesday, May 3, 1988 issue of The Daily News, Rhinelander, WI. Actual date of death: Monday, May 1, 1988.

Wilfred Robarge

Wilfred 'Alex' Robarge, 73 of 139 Woodland Heights Manor, died Monday at Saint Mary's Hospital.
He was born April 18, 1915 in Tomahawk.
Mr. Robarge served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was employed by the Rhinelander Paper Co. from Dec 29, 1941 until his retirement on July 31, 1977. He and his wife, the former Dorothy Krause, were married April 22, 1980 in Port Charlotte, Fla.
He is survived by his wife; two brothers, Donald of Bellevue, Neb., and Kenneth of Prior Lake, Minn., three stepchildren, Walter Meyer of Rhinelander, Mrs. Cliff (Donna) Kluber of Rapid City, S.D; and Mrs. Fred (Georgene) Laska of Plover; and seven stepgrandchildren. Mr. Robarge was preceded in death by his first wife, Bernice, in 1978.
Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Father James Jackson officiating. Visitation will be Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. with a 7:30 p.m. prayer service at Hildebrand Funeral Home. Burial will be in Rest Lawn Memorial Garden in Port Charlotte, Fla.

Adam Mancheski

M, b. 20 December 1869, d. 22 October 1937
     Adam Mancheski was born on 20 December 1869 at Dunkirk, Chautauqua Co, NY. He married Josephine Schultz, daughter of Martin Schultz and Catherine Laskoski, on 23 April 1894 at Town of Dewey, Portage Co, WI.

Article published in the Friday, October 22, 1937 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Friday, October 22, 1937.

Adam Mancheski
Adam Mancheski , owner and operator of a meat and grocery business at 418 N 2nd street for many years, died this morning at 8:30 o’clock at his home at 420 North Second street.
Mr. Mancheski had been in ill health for the past two years. His condition became critical two months ago and he had been confined to bed since.
A native of Dunkirk, New York, Mr. Mancheski was born on December 20, 1870. During his childhood he came to Wisconsin with his parents, the late Frank and Mary Mancheski, locating on a farm in Portage County. He received an early education in Portage County, attending the public schools. His marriage to Miss Josephine Schultz of the town of Dewey took place 1894 in Dewey. After their marriage the couple lived on a farm in the town of Hull for a short time and then moved to Ashland. Mr. Mancheski was employed as a section hand on the old Wisconsin Central railroad and later was promoted to section foreman. The family returned to Stevens Point a few years later and Mr. Mancheski worked for a time as a stationary fireman in paper and saw mills.
In 1905 he purchased the property at 418 North Second street and established the meat and grocery business which he operated until 14 years ago. At that time he retired, renting the business for a time and nine years ago, a son, Ben, took it over and has been operating it since. Mr. Mancheski also owned considerable other business property here.
Surviving are seven children, Edward, residing in the state of Washington, Mrs. John Koss, 310 Fredrick street, Miss Gertrude, Ben and Fabian Mancheski at home, Mrs, Frederick Holzknecht of Milwaukee and Mrs. Peter Schroder, 410 North avenue; two brothers, Dominic Mancheski, 417 North Second street, and Joseph Mancheski of Milwaukee, two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Kurszewski of Stevens Point, and Mrs, John Clark of Menasha and two grandchildren. Mrs. Mancheski died October 17, 1929.
Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 9:30 o’clock at St. Peter’s church and burial will follow in Guardian Angel cemetery. The body is at Prais funeral home where the rosary will be said tonight and Saturday and Sunday nights at 7:30 o’clock.

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Article taken from the book A Standard History of Portage County, Wisconsin. The Lewis Publishing Company 1919, page 707 and facing page.

ADAM MANCHESKI. Steady application and perserving attention to the building up of an enterprise have brought success to Adam Mancheski, proprietor of one of the leading retail meat markets of Stevens Point. Mr. Mancheski is of Polish ancestry, has come to success through the avenue of hard labor and long continued work both for himself and others, andd is a man of plesant and genial manner and has hosts of friends in Portage County.
Mr. Mancheski was born at Dunkirk, New York, December 20, 1869. His parents, Frank and Mary Mancheski, were born in Poland, and many years ago immigrated to the new world and settled in New York. Later they came to Portage County, Wisconsin, locating on a farm, but finally moved back to Dunkirk, New York, where both of them are still living. Their children were: Margaret, deceased; Adam; Josie; George; who died at the age of twenty-one; Frank; Kate, who was likked by a train in Green Bay; Nicholas; and Joseph.
Adam Mancheski received his early education and rearing in Portage County, attending the public schools. He did his fors regular labor as a wage earner as a section hand on the railroad. He was promoted to section boss and later for some years was a stationary firemen in paper and saw mills. About 1905 he invested his capital and experience in establishing a meat market and grocery at 418 North Second Street in Stevens Point, and has kept this business growing and flourishing with an ever wider circle of patrons to the present time. Mr. Mancheski also own considerable business property and his home at 420 North Second Street.
He is a democratic voter and a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church. In 1894 Mr. Mancheski married Miss Josephine Schultz, of Dewey Township, Portage County. She is the daughter of Martin and Kate Schultz. Her mother died in 1913 but her father still lives on the old farm in Dewey Township. Mr. and Mrs. Mancheski became the parents of twelve children: Edward, who is now serving in the American Army, fighting for the ideas of American democracy and the freedom of the land of his ancestors; Peter and Hattie, both deceased; Ida; Getrude; Celia; Benjamin; Harry, deceased; Frank, deceased; Genevieve; Dorothy and Dominic, deceased.

Adam Mancheski died on 22 October 1937 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 67.

Children of Adam Mancheski and Josephine Schultz

Edward Mancheski

M, b. 19 December 1895, d. 10 January 1947
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     Edward Mancheski was born on 19 December 1895 at Town of Hull, Portage Co, WI. He was the son of Adam Mancheski and Josephine Schultz. Edward Mancheski died on 10 January 1947 at Seattle, WA, at age 51.

Article from the front page of the Monday, January 13, 1947 issue of the Stevens Point Journal.

Boyhood Resident Killed by Train in Western State

Edward Mancheski, age 51, a boyhood resident of Stevens Point, who has been residing in the state of Washington, was fatally injured Saturday morning when he was hit by a train in the Seattle vicinity. Detailed information has not been received by local relatives. The body is being brought to Stevens Point and is expected to leave Seattle this evening. It will be at the Prais funeral home.

Mr. Mancheski was born on Dec. 19, 1895 in the town of Hull, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mancheski. He came to Stevens Point during his childhood with his parents and his father established the Adam Mancheski Meat and Grocery Store at 418 North Second street. Edward Mancheski attended St. Peter's parochial school and then worked in his father's store. He later worked in Milwaukee, when he entered World War I service. Ater serving overseas he was honorably discharged and returned to Milwaukee, going west 15 years ago.

Surviving are six sisters and brothers, Mrs. Ida Koss of Medical Lake, Wash., Mrs. Gertrude Wysocki, Ben Mancheski, Mrs. Genevieve Schroeder and Fabian Mancheski of Stevens Point and Mrs. Lucille Holzknecht.

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Article published in the Thursday, January 16, 1947 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Body Brought Here
The body of Edward Mancheski, a boyhood resident of Stevens Point who was killed Saturday morning when hit by a train near Seattle, Wash., arrived today on Soo Line No. 2 It will be at the Prias funeral home. Arrangements have not been completed.
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Article published in the Friday, January 17, 1947 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Mancheski Funeral Saturday
Funeral services for Edward Mancheski, formerly of Stevens Point, who was fatally injured near Seattle, Wash., last Saturday morning, will be held Saturday morning at 9 o’clock. The body arrived Thursday afternoon and is at the Prais funeral home where the rosary will be said this evening at 8 o’clock
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Article published in the Tuesday, January 21, 1947 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Funeral of Mr. Mancheski
Funeral services for Edward Mancheski, a native of Portage county, who was killed on January 18 when hit by a train near Seattle, Wash., were held last Saturday morning at 9 o’clock at the Prais funeral home. Rev. Chester Ziellnski officiated and burial will take place in the spring in Guardian Angel cemetery.
A sister Mrs. Lucille Holzknecht of Milwaukee, came for the funeral.

Ida Mancheski

F, b. 23 January 1900, d. 31 January 1987
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     Ida Mancheski was born on 23 January 1900 at Ashland, Ashland Co, WI. She was the daughter of Adam Mancheski and Josephine Schultz. Ida Mancheski married John Koss on 16 February 1926 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI. Ida Mancheski died on 31 January 1987 at Medical Lake, Spokane Co, WA, at age 87.

Article published in the Wednesday, February 11, 1987 issue of the Stevens Point Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Saturday, January 31, 1987.

Ida Koss

Ida Koss, 87, a former Stevens Point resident, died Jan. 31 at her home in Medical Lake, Wash.
Services were held on Feb. 4 at St. Ann's Catholic Church with the Rev. John Rompa officiating. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery in Medical Lake. The Ball & Dodd Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Koss was born Jan., 23, 1900, in Ashland, a daughter of the late Adam and Josephine Mancheski. She was married to John Koss o Feb. 16, 1926, at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Stevens Point. They moved to Medical Lake in 1944, and she worked at the Eastern State Hospital for 18 years as a cook and in the dining room. She retired in 1965. Her husband died May 12, 1961.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lorraine Ferrell, Medical Lake, and Mrs. Delphine Gilkay, 2901 Algoma St; two sisters, Mrs. F.A. Holzknecht, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Peter Schroder, 1033 Fourth Ave; one brother, Fabian Mancheski, 521 Hickory St., Whiting; and seven grandchildren.
She was also preceded in death by one sister and three brothers.

Children of Ida Mancheski and John Koss

  • Lorraine Koss b. 15 Feb 1920
  • Delphine Koss b. 14 Jul 1928

Gertrude Mancheski

F, b. 13 November 1901, d. 9 February 1985
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     Gertrude Mancheski was born on 13 November 1901 at Ashland, Ashland Co, WI. She was the daughter of Adam Mancheski and Josephine Schultz. Gertrude Mancheski married John Wysocki on 6 August 1940 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI.

Article taken from the Saturday, August 10, 1940 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal.

Wysocki-Mancheski

Miss Gertrude Mancheski, 420 North Second street, and John Wysocki, 505 North First street, son of Mrs. Peter Stein of Elderon, were united in marriage Tuesday morning, August 6, at 8 o'clock at St. Peter's Catholic church, Rev. Leo Przybylski officiated.
The bridal gown of white marquisette was fashioned with a square neckline, puffed sleeves and a train, and was trimmed with lace. A seed pearl halo held the elbow lenght face veil and the long veil which fell in a long train. She carried white roses.
Miss Lillian Lukaszevig, who was the maid of honor, wore a powder blue marquisette gown, made with a swetheart (sp.) neckline with rosettes, puffed sleeves and a full skirt. She wore fresh flowers in her hair and carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses. Fabian Mancheski, brother of the bride, was best man.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schroder, 410 North avenue. Breakfast, luncheon and dinner were served to 65 guests. Garden flowers were the decorations. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stein and son, Joseph, of Elderon; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Holzknecht and son, Freddie, of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Wysocki and son, Ronald, of Bevent; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wysocki and children, LeRoy and Dorothy of Tomahawk; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schultz of Polonia and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schultz of Torun.
After a two-weeks western trip the bride and groom will live on Union street. Mr. Wysocki is a foreman for the Lullabye Furniture corporation, and his bride is a clerk at Mancheski's store.
Before the wedding a shower was given at the home of Mrs. Pete Schroeder, with Mrs. F. A. Holzknecht and Mrs. John Koss as assisting hostesses. Bingo was played and the bride was presented a gift. Another shower was given by Mrs. Ben Lukaszevig. Cards were played and the guest of honor was given a gift.

Gertrude Mancheski died on 9 February 1985 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 83.

Article published in the Saturday, February 9, 1985 issue of the Stevens Point (Wis.) Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Saturday, February 9, 1985

Mrs. Gertrude G. Wysocki

Mrs. Gertrude G. Wysocki, 83, 441 Union St., died this morning at St. Michael's Hospital. She had been a patient the past week and was in ill health the past month.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Peter's Catholic Church. The Rev. Donald Przybylski will officiate. Burial will follow in the Guardian Angel Cemetery.
Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at the Dzikoski Funeral Home. A general rosary will combine with St. Peter's Rosary Society, of which Mrs. Wysocki was a member, at 7 p.m. Monday.
She was born Nov. 13, 1901, in Ashland, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mancheski. She attended schools in Stevens Point.
She was married to John Wysocki Aug. 6, 1940, at St. Peter's Church. They then settled at the present address. Her husband died Sept. 30, 1981.
Mrs. Wysocki was a member of St. Peter's Rosary Society, Rose No. 21.
Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Peter (Genevieve) Schroder, 1033 4th Ave., Mrs. Fred (Ceil) Holzknecht, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Ida Koss, Medical Lake, Wash; and one brother, Fabian Mancheski, Whiting.
She is preceded in death by her parents, husband and three brothers.

Lucille Mancheski

F, b. 2 July 1904, d. 3 January 1988
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     Lucille Mancheski was born on 2 July 1904. She was the daughter of Adam Mancheski and Josephine Schultz. Lucille Mancheski married Fred Anthony Holzknecht on 7 September 1936. Lucille Mancheski died on 3 January 1988 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, WI, at age 83.

Article published in the Monday, January 11, 1988 issue of the Stevens Point Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Sunday, January 3, 1988.

Cecile (Lucille) Holzknecht

Cecile (Lucille) Holzknecht, 83, Milwaukee, formerly of Stevens Point, died Sunday, Jan. 3, at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Milwaukee.
Services were held at St. John Cathedral in Milwaukee.
Mrs. Holzknecht was born July 2, 1904, daughter of the late Josephine and Adam Mancheski. As a young woman, she was employed at Hanna's Ready to Wear, a clothing store inStevens Point.
She was married to F.A. Holzknecht on Sept. 7, 1936. They settled in Milwaukee. He died July 20, 1987.
Survivors include one son, Frederick John (Sharon), San Francisco, Calif; one granddaughter; one sister, Mrs. Peter (Genevieve) Schroder, 1033 Fourth Ave; one brother, Fabian (Rose) Mancheski, 521 Hickory St., Whiting.
She was preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters.

Child of Lucille Mancheski and Fred Anthony Holzknecht

  • Fred John Holzknecht Jr. b. 20 Jul 1939

Benjamin Mancheski

M, b. 4 February 1907, d. 7 June 1966
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     Benjamin Mancheski married Agnes Gollon at Dubuque, IA. Benjamin Mancheski was born on 4 February 1907 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI. He was the son of Adam Mancheski and Josephine Schultz.

Article published in the Tuesday, June 7, 1966 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Actual date of death: Tuesday, June 7, 1966.

Ben Mancheski

Ben Mancheski, 800 2nd st., died at his home at 8:30 a.m. today. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Dzikoski Funeral Home.

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Article published in the Wednesday, June 8, 1966 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Mancheski Rites

Funeral services for Ben Mancheski, 59, 800 2nd St., will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Peter's Catholic Church, with burial following in Guardian Angel Cemetery.
Mr. Mancheski died of an apparent heart attack Tuesday morning at his home. Although he had been in ill health the past four years, his death was unexpected.
Friends may call after 7 o'clock this evening at the Dzikoski Funeral Home.
The rosary will be recited tonight at 7 by St. Hedwig's Court No. 745, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters, of which a daughter, Arlene, is a member.
Berens-Scribner Post No. 6, American Legion, will conduct its ritual at 7:30 this evening. Mr. Mancheski, a World War II veteran, was a member of the post.
At 8 p.m. Wednesday, a general rosary will be said.
Mr. Mancheski was born in Stevens Point Feb. 4, 1907, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mancheski. He attended St. Peter's School and the old Stevens Point Normal School.
Until entering service, he operated a grocery store at 800 2nd St. He was in the Army from April to September 1943, and then was employed by Consolidated Papers Inc., for two years.
He reopened his grocery store after that and operated it until 1951, when he became an employe of Preway, Inc., in Wisconsin Rabids. mr.s Mancheski retired four years ago.
He is survived by his wife, the former Agnes Gollon; a son, Ralph, and two daughters, Kathleen and Arleen, all at home; a brother, Fabian, 521 Hickory St., Whiting; and four sisters, Mrs. Ida Koss, Spokane, Wash., Mrs. John (Gertrude) Wysocki, 441 Union St., Mrs. Fred (Lucille) Holzknecht, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Peter (Genevieve) Schroeder, 1035 4th Ave.
Three sisters and four brothers preceded him in death.

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Article published in the Thursday, June 9, 1966 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Mancheski Rosary

A general rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock this evening at the Dzikoski Funeral Home for Ben Mancheski, 59, 800 2nd St., who died at his home on Tuesday.

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Article published in the Saturday, June 11, 1966 issue of the Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Mancheski Rites

Funeral services were held at St. Peter's Catholic Church Friday morning for Ben Mancheski, 800 2nd St., who died Tuesday.
The Rev. John Wisneski officiated, and burial took place in Guardian Angel Cemetery.
Larry Berry, Arnold Olds Jr., Robert and James Mancheski, John Hudy and Gregory Gilkay were the pallbearers.
Relatives and friends attended from Milwaukee, Rhinelander, Galloway and the Stevens Point area.

Benjamin Mancheski died on 7 June 1966 at Stevens Point, Portage Co, WI, at age 59.

Children of Benjamin Mancheski and Agnes Gollon

  • Arlene Mancheski
  • Ralph J. Mancheski b. 5 May 1941
  • Kathy Mancheski b. 16 Feb 1943
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