These are obituaries for Muehlfeld and related families: Fedack, Reinhardt, Grandjean, Eisenhauer, Bender.
They are arranged alphabetically; you'll need to scroll down the page to see them all.
Larry A. Eddingfield
BLAKESLEE - Larry A. Eddingfield, 46, died Wednesday morning, Sept. 19, 1990, at Parkview Memorial Hospital, Fort Wayne, Ind., following a brief illness. Born in Huntington, Ind. on May 10, 1944, he was the son of Jane and Dwight Eddingfield, who preceded him in death. He was employed by the National Fire Safety Council of Jackson, Mich., and was a member of Blakeslee Village Council. Mr. Eddingfield also was a partner in M & E Water Conditioning of Edon. On May 9, 1980, he married Constance L. (Welley) Muehlfeld, and she survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Angela Hammel of Huntington, Ind., and Mrs. Ron (Julie) Holbrook of Fort Wayne, Ind.; a stepson, Mark Muehlfeld of Edon; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Milton (Deborah) Nester of Edon; and seven grandchildren.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Edon, with Philip Meckley, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Edgerton. The family will receive friends after 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Krill Funeral Home, Edgerton. Preferred memorials are to Hospice Care of Williams County.
[transcribed from The Bryan (OH) Times, 20 Sep 1990, p.3]
DEATH OF A PIONEER
MRS. SIMON EGERER DIED AT ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL AFTER SEVERE SUFFERING
Mrs. Simon Egerer, a pioneer resident of Saginaw, passed away at St. Mary's hospital Friday morning at 2:30 o'clock, as the result of a complication of troubles, attendant upon an injury to her hip which was received from a fall the day after Thanksgiving. The deceased had been at the hospital for about four weeks.
Margareta Bender was born June 18, 1844, in Sein, Prussia, near the Rhine, and came to Saginaw with her father and mother in 1853. She was united in marriage with Simon Egerer, in Saginaw in 1860, and since her earliest residence in the city has lived here continually. Deceased was always an earnest church worker and was a member of the Church of the Sacred Heart. Hers was a life of true devotion to her family and friends and one of her greatest pleasures was enjoying the knowledge that she had in some manner at least been instrumental in making another happy or comfortable. Such was her life as exemplified in daily living and as realizer by the family and friends.
Besides a husband, the immediate relatives left are three sons, Samuel, William and Fred, and a daughter Isabella, all living at the family home, 709 Lapeer avenue. Four children are dead. A brother, Frederick Bender, is one of the pioneer residents of the village of Frankenmuth. Another brother, Frank Bender, lives at South Saginaw, and two sisters, Mrs. Henrietta Eisenhaus and Mrs. Merchant, live in the city also.
Six grandchildren, Eddie, Samuel, Willie, Loretta, Margaret and Ruth Egerer, all reside in this city. The news of the death of this estimable lady will be received as a keen shock to a host of friends and all will remember how patiently she bore her suffering to the end.
The funeral will be held from the residence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and at 2:30 from Sacred Heart church, Rev. Fr. Joseph Reis officiating. Interment wil be made in Calvary cemetery.
[transcribed from The Saginaw (MI) Evening News, Friday, 28 Dec 1906, p. 2]
FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED
Many Friends Were Present at the Obsequies of the Late Mrs. Egerer.
The funeral services for the late Mrs. Simon Egerer Sunday were largely attended. During the morning hours many took the opportunity offered to view the remains of the deceased. At 2 o'clock brief service was held at the family residence, 709 Lapeer avenue, and at 2:30 the remains were escorted to the Chuch of the Sacred Heart, which was filled with relatives and friends of the deceased. Rev. Fr. Reis spoke most feelingly of the beautiful life of the deceased, speaking particularly of her as a true and helpful mother. The floral emblems are profuse and beautiful, East Side hive No. 518 L.O.T.M.M., of which the deceased was a member, sending a handsome floral emblem. At the grave in Calvary cemetery, to which a large corteget followed the remains, the interment was made in a bed of evergreens. The pallbearers were J.M. Roberts, Dr. E. Frenz, Robert Bronner, J. Winterhalter, John Stegmeyer and J. Ahern.
[transcribed from The Saginaw (MI) Evening News, Monday, 31 Dec 1906, p. 7]
SAMUEL G. EGERER.
Samuel George Egerer, 48, son of Mrs. Louise Egerer of Saginaw, died Sunday at his home, 2109 Chevrolet, Flint. He was born in Saginaw. He married Anna Martin of Saginaw, May 31, 1916. He leaves his wife; five daughters, Lucienne, Maryan and Eleanor, at home, Mrs. Jean Martin and Mrs. Daniel Sutton of Flint; his mother, and a sister, Mrs. Ray Brenner of Saginaw; a brother, William of Detroit; one grandchild. The funeral will take place at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Vianney church, Flint. Burial will be in a Flint cemetery.
[transcribed from The Saginaw (MI) News, 01 Jun 1943, p. 11]
Eisenhauer, Archie J., 520 Lutzke Road, Shields, Michigan.
Passed away early this morning at the Osteopathic Hospital after a lingering illness. Age 68 years. He was born Jan. 13, 1882 in Frankentrost, Mich. He was a carpenter by trade, and a life-long resident of Saginaw County. He attended the Second Presbyterian Church. He married Carla Reymore Weisenberger in Saginaw in 1917. Besides his wife, he leaves four daughters: Mrs. Harold Chery, Shields, Mich.; Mrs. Everett Armstrong, Shields, Mich; Mrs. Ann Maher, Saginaw; Mrs. Alvin Luplow, Zilwaukee, Mich.; one brother, Adam Eisenhauer, Chesaning, Mich.; one sister, Mrs. John Gasper, Chesaning, Mich.; 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services will take place at 2:30 p.m. from the Gossett & Cederberg Funeral Home, Rev. Warren K. Shelly officiating, with burial in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Eisenhauer may be seen at the chapel after 4 p.m. Thursday.
[transcribed from The Saginaw (MI) News, 05 Jul 1950, p. 27]
BIRCH RUN WOMAN, 90 YEARS OLD, DIES --
(Special to The News Courier.)
BIRCH RUN, Mich., Jan. 15--
Mrs. Henrietta Eisenhauer, 90 years old and a resident of Saginaw county for 68 years, died Wednesday afternoon at her home in Birch Run of bronchitis. Mrs. Eisenhauer lived in Frankenmuth for 55 years and in Saginaw for 12, moving recently to Birch Run.
Born at Siem, Prussia, August 12, 1829, she came to America alone when a girl of 20 years. Two years later, at Boston, Mass., she was married to Mr. Eisenhauer, and in 1852 came to Frankenmuth. In 1907 the family moved to Saginaw. Mrs. Eisenhauer is survived by seven children, Frank of Elby, Mrs. Mary Bender and Miss Rose Eisenhauer of Saginaw, Mrs. Louis Muehlfeld of Birch Run, George Eisenhauer of Blumfield, Mrs. Peter Jansen of Gilford, Charles Eisenhauer of Kochville, and one brother, Frederick Bender of Frankenmuth. The funeral will take place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Catholic church at Birch Run. Rev. Fr. Ryan will officiate and burial will be in Jansen cemetery at Birch Run.
[transcribed from The Saginaw (MI) News Courier, 15 Jan 1920, p.3]
Muehlfeld Family Genealogy: "E" ObituariesYou may use all data on this website but remember that genealogical work is always subject to revision. If you copy some of my material, your readers will appreciate a citation to my site so that they may see if my data has been updated.