Lloyd G Shafer
M, #21885, b. 30 December 1935, d. 18 September 2008
|Birth*||30 December 1935 ||Lloyd G Shafer was born on 30 December 1935 at Adams Co, ND. |
| ||He was the son of Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer and Cecil Smith. |
|(Witness) Census||12 April 1940 ||Lloyd G Shafer appeared on the census of 12 April 1940 in the household of Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer and Cecil Smith at Reeder, Adams Co, ND. |
|Death*||18 September 2008 ||Lloyd G Shafer died on 18 September 2008 at Hettinger, Adams Co, ND, at age 72. |
|Obituary*||28 September 2008 ||His obituary follows: [from The Bismarck Tribune, September 20, 2008]|
REEDER - Lloyd Shafer, 72, Reeder, died Sept. 18, 2008, at West River Regional Hospital, Hettinger. Services will be held at 10 a.m. MDT Monday, Sept. 22, at Krebsbach Funeral Home Chapel, Bowman. Burial will be held at a later date.
He is survived by his wife, Shirley; two sons, Kim, Omaha, Neb., and Joey, Reeder; one sister, Velma Gurwell, Sturgis, S.D; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer
M, #1210, b. 9 September 1892, d. October 1983
|Birth*||9 September 1892 ||Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer was born on 9 September 1892 at Saunemin Twp, Livingston Co, IL. |
| ||He was the son of Conrad Schafer and Margaret (Maggie) Hartwig. |
|Baptism||22 September 1892 ||Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer was baptized on 22 September 1892 at St John Lutheran Church, Cullom, Livingston Co, IL. |
|Census*||1900 ||He appeared on the census of 1900 at Saunemin Twp, Livingston Co, IL. |
|(Witness) Photo||circa October 1900 ||He appeared in a photo circa October 1900. |
|Residence*|| ||He lived at SD. |
|Marriage*||1913 ||He married Cecil Smith in 1913. |
|Census*||11 April 1930 ||Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer and Cecil Smith appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 at Hunt St, Chelsea, Faulk Co, SD. |
|Census||12 April 1940 ||Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer and Cecil Smith appeared on the census of 12 April 1940 at Reeder, Adams Co, ND. |
|Death*||October 1983 ||Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer died in October 1983 at Spearfish, Lawrence Co, SD, at age 91. |
Oleta Belle Shehee
F, #14614, b. 3 July 1912, d. 22 July 2002
|Birth*||3 July 1912 ||Oleta Belle Shehee was born on 3 July 1912 at Kaufman, Kaufman Co, TX. |
|Marriage*||26 September 1935 ||She married George (Robert) Gronewald, son of Frederick (Fred) Frank Gronewald and Georgia Irene McCormick, on 26 September 1935 at Seguin, Guadalupe Co, TX. |
|Note*||January 1946 ||Oleta Belle Shehee and George (Robert) Gronewald moved in January 1946 at Littlefield, Lamb Co, TX. |
|Death*||22 July 2002 ||Oleta Belle Shehee died on 22 July 2002 at Lamb Healthcare Center, Littlefield, Lamb Co, TX, at age 90. |
Cedric Jerrold Shields
M, #13211, b. 15 January 1916, d. 15 September 1996
|Birth*||15 January 1916 ||Cedric Jerrold Shields was born on 15 January 1916 at Philip, Haakon Co, SD. |
|Census||13 February 1920 ||He appeared on the census of 13 February 1920 at Township 7, Range 23, Haakon Co, SD. |
|Census*||21 April 1930 ||He appeared on the census of 21 April 1930 at Township 8, Range 23, Haakon Co, SD. |
|WW2 Enlist*||15 July 1941 ||He enlisted for WW2 on 15 July 1941 in Los Angeles Co, CA. |
|Marriage*||14 February 1944 ||He married Edna Irene Lottman, daughter of Fred P Lottman and Gertrude Kathrine (Gertie) Neitz, on 14 February 1944. |
|Photo*||13 August 1989 ||Cedric Jerrold Shields and Edna Irene Lottman appeared in a photo on 13 August 1989. |
|Death*||15 September 1996 ||Cedric Jerrold Shields died on 15 September 1996 at Long Beach, Los Angeles Co, CA, at age 80. |
Floyd N (Cy) Shreves
M, #15040, b. 11 January 1913, d. 2 June 1987
|Birth*||11 January 1913 ||Floyd N (Cy) Shreves was born on 11 January 1913 at Flora, Clay Co, IL. |
|Marriage*||4 June 1939 ||He married Bernice Anna Mae Brandt, daughter of Henry Martin Brandt Jr and Anna Margaret Huisman, on 4 June 1939 at Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co, IN. |
|Residence||24 August 1956 ||Floyd N (Cy) Shreves and Bernice Anna Mae Brandt lived at Paxton, Ford Co, IL, on 24 August 1956. |
|Residence*||27 January 1960 ||Floyd N (Cy) Shreves and Bernice Anna Mae Brandt lived at Paxton, Ford Co, IL, on 27 January 1960. |
|Death*||2 June 1987 ||Floyd N (Cy) Shreves died on 2 June 1987 at Gibson Community Hospital, Gibson City, Ford Co, IL, at age 74. |
|Obituary*||4 June 1987 ||His obituary follows: Floyd Shreves|
PAXTON - Funeral services for Floyd N. "Cy" Shreves, 74, of Paxton will be at 2 pm Friday at Ford-Baier Funeral Home, Paxton, the Rev Harold Bodeen officiating.
Burial will be in Glen Cemetery, Paxton.
Visitation will be from 4 to 7 pm today at the funeral home.
Mr. Shreves died at 9:50 pm Tuesday (June 2, 1987) at the Gibson Community Hospital, Gibson City.
He was born Jan. 11, 1913, at Flora, a son of Homer E and Eva M Treach Shreves. He married Bernice A.M. Brant on June 4, 1939, at Crawfordsville, Ind. She survives.
Also surviving are a son, Robert Shreves of Rantoul, a daughtger, marlene Goben of Gibson City; four grandchildren; one great-grandson; three brothers, Harold Shreves of Paxton, Donald Shreves of Peoria and Everett Shreves of Logansport, Ind; and a sister, Maxine Allen of Urbana.
He was preceded in death by a brother and a sister.
Mr. Shreves spent his early years at Flora and attended Foosland and Paxton schools. He joined the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. In the early 1940s he was employed at Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul. He was also employed with the Paxton Street Department. In 1974 he retired from the Northern Illinois Gas Co., Paxton, after working there for 21 years.
Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.
|Burial*||5 June 1987 ||He was buried on 5 June 1987 at Glen Cemetery, Paxton, Ford Co, IL. |
Mabel Irene Sickafus
F, #25254, b. 31 January 1906, d. 24 November 1959
|Birth*||31 January 1906 ||Mabel Irene Sickafus was born on 31 January 1906 at Urbana, Wabash Co, IN. |
|Marriage*||31 December 1924 ||She married Henry D Reiken, son of Reiner Reiken and Emma Lottman, on 31 December 1924. |
|Death*||24 November 1959 ||Mabel Irene Sickafus died on 24 November 1959 at Wabash County Hospital, Wabash Co, IN, at age 53. |
|Obituary*||November 1959 ||Her obituary follows: Mrs Henry Reiken Died Suddenly In Hospital|
Mrs. Mabel Irene Reiken, wife of Henry Reiken of Laketon, died unexpectedly Tuesday morning at 9:20 at the Wabash county hospital. She underwent surgery November 18, but seemingly was recovering satisfactorily from the operation. The body was takien to the Wire-Nicely Funeral Home in Wabash and the funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 at the Ijamsville Methodist Church. The Rev. Fred R Conkling will conduct the service and burial will be in the Laketon Cemetery. Mrs. Reiken was a daughter of Thomas and Anna Long Sickafus and was born at Urbana January 31, 1906. She married Mr. Reiken December 31, 1924. He survives together with severn daughters: Mrs. Carrol Coble, Crane; Mrs. Ray Bell, North Webster; Mrs. Charles Sharpe, Laketon; Mrs James Kirby, Phoenix, AZ; Mrs Ronald Meredith, Germany; and Susie and Kay at home; two sons, John, Bangor, ME; and Jim at home. Also surviving are eighteen grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. George Thomas, Ijamsville; Mrs Arthur Shumer, Gary; Mrs. Herb Linn, Warsaw; and four brothers, Vernon and Jesse, Ijamsville; Ralph, Laketon; and Lloyd, New Orleans, LA. Two children and a sister preceded her in death.
|Burial*||November 1959 ||She was buried in November 1959 at Laketon Cemetery, Laketon, Wabash Co, IN. |
Bernard Frank L Simburger
M, #15005, b. 15 May 1929, d. 5 March 2004
|Birth*||15 May 1929 ||Bernard Frank L Simburger was born on 15 May 1929 at Mount Olive, Macoupin Co, IL. |
| ||He was the son of Lawrence Simburger Sr and Anna Sophia Helmbold. |
|Death*||5 March 2004 ||Bernard Frank L Simburger died on 5 March 2004 at Tempe, Maricopa Co, AZ, at age 74. |
|Obituary*||9 March 2004 ||His obituary follows: [from Arizona Republic on 3/9/2004]|
Bernard "Bernie" Frank Simburger, 74, of Tempe, Arizona, entered eternal rest Friday, March 5, 2004. Bernie was born May 15, 1929 in Mt. Olive, Illinois to Lawrence and Anna (Helmbold) Simburger. He attended local schools, graduating from Mt. Olive High School in 1947, moving to Tempe in 1960. Bernie attended Arizona State University, was a member of the ASU Alumni Club and an A#1 ASU fan, attending all ASU sporting activities. He was also an avid motorcycle rider. Bernie was a National Asbestos Worker for 55 years, and was a member of the Local Lodge #73, retiring in 1989. He was a member of the Phoenix Police Reserves from 1963-1968 and was a member of the Scottsdale Quarterback Club. Bernie was a faithful member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, and was a 55 year member of the Knights of Columbus. He will be dearly missed by his wife of 55 years, Roxie Lee (Towner) Simburger; son. Joseph (Cheryl Ann) Simburger; daughters, Carolyn Whatley & Linda Simburger; brother, Lawrence Simburger and 4 grandchildren, Bryan & Katherine Simburger and Laura & Amy Whatley. Visitation will be Tuesday, March 9 from 6:00 until 8:00 pm, with a recitation of the rosary and eulogy service at 6:30 pm at Tempe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern Ave., Tempe. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday at 10:00 am at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 2121 S. Rural Rd., Tempe. Entombment will follow at St. Francis Cemetery, 5005 E. Oak St., Phoenix. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Bernie's name to Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014.
F, #19085, b. 3 September 1896, d. December 1984
|Birth*||3 September 1896 ||Cecil Smith was born on 3 September 1896 at SD. |
|Marriage*||1913 ||She married Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer, son of Conrad Schafer and Margaret (Maggie) Hartwig, in 1913. |
|Census*||11 April 1930 ||Cecil Smith and Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 at Hunt St, Chelsea, Faulk Co, SD. |
|Census||12 April 1940 ||Cecil Smith and Reinhard (Reiner) John Shafer appeared on the census of 12 April 1940 at Reeder, Adams Co, ND. |
|Death*||December 1984 ||Cecil Smith died in December 1984 at Lead, Lawrence Co, SD, at age 88. |
Winona (Winnie) Smith
F, #24873, b. 29 April 1922, d. 11 October 2010
|Birth*||29 April 1922 ||Winona (Winnie) Smith was born on 29 April 1922 at Wymore, Gage Co, NE. |
|Marriage*||24 January 1942 ||She married Harry J Lottman, son of John Benjamin Lottman and Gesina Johanna DeVries, on 24 January 1942 at Beatrice, Gage Co, NE. |
|Death*||11 October 2010 ||Winona (Winnie) Smith died on 11 October 2010 at Wymore, Gage Co, NE, at age 88. |
|Obituary*||13 October 2010 ||Her obituary follows: [from Beatrice Daily Sun]|
Winona M. “Winnie” Lottman, 88, of Beatrice, died Monday afternoon, Oct. 11, 2010 at the Wymore Good Samaritan Center.
She was born April 29, 1922, at rural Wymore.
She moved with her family to the Wilber area, where she attended grade school and later lived in the Diller area, graduating from Diller High School in 1941.
She was married to Harry Lottman Jan. 24, 1942, at Beatrice and they lived and farmed in the Beatrice area. They retired and moved to Beatrice in 1983. She enjoyed fishing, hunting, watching sports, especially Nebraska football and volleyball and her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Survivors include two sons, Larry Lottman and wife Rachel of Wymore and Kenneth Lottman and wife Martha of Byers, Colo; five grandchildren, Ricky Lottman, Rita Thompson and husband Lee, Tina Andreasen and husband Travis, Stacy Bright and husband Glen and Shawn Lottman and wife Ursula; four great-grandchildren, Haley, Katelyn and Jenna Bright and Collin Thompson; one sister, Delores Fiala and husband John of Beatrice; a sister-in-law, Erna Lottman of Beatrice; many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Gladys Fletcher Smith; her husband, Harry Lottman, who died March 31, 2002; and one brother, Kenneth Hull.
Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Fox Funeral Home, 19th and Garfield, Beatrice, with Father Dennis Hotovy officiating. Private inurnment of the cremains will be at the Evergreen Home Cemetery of Beatrice prior to the service.
A memorial has been established to Samaritan Springs. There will be no viewing, but a register book for signatures will be available from 8 a.m. Wednesday, Oct 13, until the time of the service on Thursday. A guest book for signatures and messages of condolence is also available online at www.foxfuneralhome.net. Fox Funeral Home of Beatrice is in charge of the arrangements.