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Subject: [WILANGLA] Anton George Schleinz (1893 - 1970)
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 00:19:35 -0000


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Author: jensearch1
Surnames: Schleinz, Goodwill, Schumacher, Verhasselt, Erickson
Classification: obituary

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ANTON SCHLEINZ DIES AT AGE 77

Anton G. Schleinz, 77, Aniwa, who formerly operated taverns in Phlox and Aniwa, died Sunday morning at Langlade County Memorial hospital, after an illness of several months' duration.

A son of the late Mr. and mrs. Anton Schleinz, he was born in Mattoon on April 3, 1893 and had worked as a millwright in nothern Wisconsin sawmills and operated a tavern in Phlox and Aniwa for a number of years until his retirement in 1962.

He was married in Phlox on June 7, 1917 to the former Edith Goodwill, who survives. The couple celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary on June 10, 1967.

Surviving besides his wife are three sons and two daughters: Kenneth of Antigo; Robert, Kimberly and Jerry of Aniwa; Mrs. Clarence (Jean) Schumacher, West De Pere; and Mrs. Bernard (Marjorie) Verhasselt, Fond du Lac.

Also surviving are two sisters, Miss Mary Schleinz, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Agnes Erickson, Portage; three brothers, Frank and Joseph, both of Sheboygan and Wilbert, Phoenix, Ariz.; 27 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren. A brother, George and a grandson preceded him in death.

The deceased was a member of St. Boniface Catholic church, Aniwa, and the parish Holy Name society.

Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Boniface church with the Rev. Arnold Schmidt, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Queen of Peace cemetery, Antigo.

Friends may call at the McCandless-Zobel & Bradley funeral home after 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. A parish rosary will be recited tonight at 8:30 at the funeral home.

Published in the ANTIGO DAILY JOURNAL - Antigo, Wisconsin
Monday, 28 September 1970

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