Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Anton (Tom) Welding

DWS found on website of Dave Schlickbernd 04/26/2003
dave@schlickbernd.com
http://members.fortunecity.com/schlickbernd/Sch62001/
shown as Thomas
********
Allan Hagadorn does not show a 'Tom' but does show his Anton as having aka as 'Tom'
*********
DWS: 1910 census of St Charles twp, Cuming county, NE does not list a Tom nor Thomas
*********


Anton (Tom) Welding

DWS found on website of Dave Schlickbernd 04/26/2003
dave@schlickbernd.com
http://members.fortunecity.com/schlickbernd/Sch62001/
shown as Thomas
********
Allan Hagadorn does not show a 'Tom' but does show his Anton as having aka as 'Tom'
*********
DWS: 1910 census of St Charles twp, Cuming county, NE does not list a Tom nor Thomas
*********


Anton (Tom) Welding

DWS found on website of Dave Schlickbernd 04/26/2003
dave@schlickbernd.com
http://members.fortunecity.com/schlickbernd/Sch62001/
shown as Thomas
********
Allan Hagadorn does not show a 'Tom' but does show his Anton as having aka as 'Tom'
*********
DWS: 1910 census of St Charles twp, Cuming county, NE does not list a Tom nor Thomas
*********


Charles V Throener

DWS obit from West Point Nebr:
" Charles V. Throener, Sr., 95, of Dodge, died December 10, 2005 at the West Point Living Center in West Point.
Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Dodge with Reverend Dennis Deguzman as celebrant. Burial will be at St. Joseph’s Cemetery. Visitation will be 10:00 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Stokely Funeral Home in Dodge with Public Wake Services at 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church. Those wishing to leave on line condolences may do so at www.stokelyfuneralhome.com
Charles was born August 22, 1910 at Monterey to Karl and Elizabeth Ermels Throener and attended St. Boniface Catholic School. On February 10, 1942 he married Clara Krienert at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Osmond. The couple farmed near Osmond until 1949 when the moved to the farm at Dodge. They stayed on the farm until 2002 when the moved to St. Joseph’s Retirement Community in West Point, then to the West Point Living Center in 2004.
Charles was a member of St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church and Catholic Order of Foresters. He was known for his gentle spirit and mild manner.
Survivors include his wife, Clara, daughters Sister Patricia Throener of Petersburg and Mary (Larry) Auen of Sioux City, Iowa, sons Joseph (Connie) of Norfolk and Chuck (Carolyn) of Dodge, grandchildren Thomas Auen, Regina Neuhalfen, Valerie Adams, Brian, Melanie and Michael Throener, great grandchildren Madison and Cole Neuhalfen, Carter and Ashlynn Throener and Abigail Adams, half sisters Marie (Anton) Steffensmeier of West Point, Bernadine (Edwin) Steck and Rita (Norbert) Gubbels both of Osmond. He is preceded in death brothers Adam, Robert and Herman, half sister Sister Francis Elizabeth Kneuver, and grandson Paul Throener. "


Clara Delores Krienert

DWS: From Norfolk Daily News
"Clara Throener
WEST POINT - Clara Throener, 92, formerly of Dodge, died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007, at West Point Living Center in West Point.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery.
Visitation will be 3-8 p.m. Friday at Stokely Funeral Home in Dodge with a 3 p.m. Christian Mothers rosary and a public wake at 7 p.m.
Clara was born Nov. 16, 1915, at Souk Center, Minn., to Joseph and Kristina (Stieren) Krienert. She moved as a young girl to Osmond, where she grew up and attended St. Mary's Catholic School.
On Feb. 10, 1942, she married Charles Throener at St. Mary's Church in Osmond. The couple farmed near Osmond until 1949 when they moved to the farm near Dodge. They retired to St. Joseph's retirement Community in West Point in 2002.
Survivors include daughters, Sister Patricia Throener of Petersburg and Mary (Larry) Auen of Sioux City; sons Joseph (Connie) of Norfolk and Charles, Jr. (Carolyn) of Dodge; grandchildren Thomas Auen, Regina Neuhalfen, Valerie Adams, Brian, Melanie and Michael Throener; great-grandchildren Madison and Cole Neuhalfen, Carter and Ashlynn Throener, Abigail and Anna Adams, and Olivia Throener; sisters Helen Hetrick of Milford, Iowa, and Loretta Krienert of Somanauk, Ill.; brothers Joseph Krienert of Earlville, Ill., Norbert Krienert of Osmond and Adolph (Margaret) of Snyder.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Sr. in December of 2005, sisters Sister Lauriana Krienert and Marie Throener, and brother Vincent Krienert.
The Rev. Patrick McLaughlin will officiate."