|THOMAS EDWARD LAUERMAN|
Thomas Edward Lauerman, 79, passed away peacefully on December 7, 2003, at Nazareth House, surrounded by his children, family and friends. Tom was born in Hammond, Indiana on April 24, 1924. Before his senior year in high school his family moved to Youngstown, Ohio. Upon graduation he attended the University of Norte Dame. He moved to San Diego in the early 1950s and worked as a buyer in the aerospace industry. In 1958, he met his future wife, Ruth Beatrice Zak M.D. at a Friday Club gathering and they married the following year. Tom ' s life brought him many challenges, but also many rewards. While raising his three children in San Diego he opened up his home to kids who were less fortunate or needed a place to stay. The kids in the neighborhood always knew they could depend on Mr. Lau and in his later years he relied on their friendships in return. One of his greatest memories was the trip he took in 1999 to the Vatican where, sitting in the front row, he was able to attend a mass with the Pope. His priorities were his faith, his family and Notre Dame. He called himself "Luck Lauerman", but we were the lucky ones. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Tom was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Beatrice Zak-Lauerman M.D. He will be truly missed by his son Thomas Edward Lauerman II and his wife Paula of Oregon, daughter Bettyann Bernhardt and her husband Paul and their children Sara Ann and Joseph Thomas, of San Diego and son Christopher Charles Lauerman and his wife Gina Murphy and their children Emily Ann and Zak Murphy; brothers James Lauerman, Indiana, David Lauerman, New York, and sister Mary Ballman, El Cajon. A Vigil will be held at Our Lady of Grace, 2766 Navajo Rd., El Cajon, Ca 92020 at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 11, 2003. A Funeral Mass will be held on Friday at Our Lady of Grace at 10:30 a.m. followed by graveside services at Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sisters of Nazareth House, 6333 Rancho Mission Road, San Diego, Ca 92108.
Published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on 12/10/2003.
Lauerman, Vet Mail Carrier, Dies at 76
A well-known postal carrier, Michael Lauerman, 76, of 5 Sibley St. Hammond, who delivered parcels in a horse and buggy in Hammond during the early part of the century, died yesterday in St. Margaret hospital. Lauerman retired from the postal service in July, 1935, after 32 years service. Lauerman delivered mail on Hammond's northside during the first years of his career, and then on Hohman Ave.
Operated General Store
Before joining the postal service in 1903, he operated a general store on Hihman Ave. He resided in Hammond for over 50 years, and was well-known in the communities of St. John, Cook and Crown Point. Funeral services will be conducted at 8:30 a.m. Friday in the Burns' Funeral home and at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph church. His son, Rev. Lucian Lauerman of the Catholic University of Washington, D.C. will officiate at requiliem high mass. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery, Hammond.
The body may be viewed after 6 p.m. tonight at the Burns' chapel.
The retired postal employe(e) is survived by three sons, Frank of Youngstown, O.; Rev. Lauerman, and Joseph of Santa Clara, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Fern Clover and Mrs. Florence Filas, both of Calumet City, and Mary Lauerman of Washington, D.C.; a brother John of Cook, 13 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
He was a member of Baumgartner court of Catholic Order of Foresters, Holy Name Society of St. Joseph church, and a member of the Postal Employe(e)s Assn.
Source: The Hammond Times, Hammond, Indiana Wednesday, June 22, 1949 page 1.
This obituary was provided by Kay Scott.
The Lake County Times (East Chicago/Ind. Harbor Edition), Thursday, May 4, 1922 (Page 1, Col. 4)
Mrs. M. E. Lauerman, aged 51 years, mother of six children, passed away this morning at her home 5 Sibley street, after an illness since Monday when she suffered a stroke of paralysis.
She has been a resident of Hammond since 1892 when she came here from Cedar Lake where she taught in the schools.
She is survived by six children: Frank, Fern, Lucien, Florance and Joseph and her husband Michael E., parcel post employe at the Hammond postoffice. Mrs. Lauerman is survived also by her mother, three sisters, four brothers, and two grand children.
The Hammond Times, Wednesday, February 4, 1925 (Page 12)
Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Lauerman, of East Carroll street, are happy to announce the arrival of a little daughter, born to them at St. Margaret's hospital on Tuesday, February 3rd. The little girl will be named Jean Ann. Mrs. Lauerman will be remembered as Miss Evelyn Solon before her marriage. Mother and daughter are both well.
Note: This little girl died February 5, 1925 and was buried in St. Joseph Cemetery, Hammond, Indiana.
Found this birth announcement while searching for her obituary. No obituary could be found.
Had she lived, Jean Ann Lauerman would have been my aunt.
The Hammond Times, Thursday, February 24, 1949
Arthur J. Lauerman, A resident of Hammond for 30 years. Arthur J. Lauerman, 63, of 5630 Beal, died at his home early this morning. The body has been taken to Burns Chapel pending completion of funeral arrangements.
Surviving are the widow. Cecelia; a daughter, Marjorie; five brothers, Joseph, in Canada, Edward and Jerome of Hammond, Emil in Chicago and Victor in Fowler; and a sister. Mrs. Basil Davis of Gary.
The Hammond Times, Friday, February 25, 1949
Funeral service for Arthur J. Lauerman, 63, of 5630 Beal Ave. of Hammond will be held Saturday at 7:30 A.M. in the Burns Funeral Home, and at 8:00 A.M. at the St. Joseph Church (downtown Hammond) with Msgr. Francis Jansen officiating. Burial will be at St. Joseph Cemetery (Hammond, In).
The Hammond Times, Sunday, December 17, 1950:
(Page 13, Column 2) Calumet Region Obituaries
John Lauerman COOK--Funeral services for John Lauerman, 84, a longtime resident of Cook who died Friday, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Holy Name Catholic church here. Burial will be in Holy Name cemetery.
Lauerman, a retired farmer, died after a lingering illness. The body is at the Geisen funeral home.
Survivors are three sons, Gilbert of Hammond, Joseph of Gary and George of Leitchfield, Ky.; three daughters, Mrs. Rose Flathau, of Crown Point, Mrs. Mary Livingston, Hammond and Mrs. Anna Brock, Hobart.
The Hammond Times, Friday, August 27, 1954:
(Page 13) Calumet Region Obituaries
Richard Lauerman Richard Lauerman, 22-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lauerman, 825 Eaton St., Hammond, died Thursday at Keesler Air Force Hospital, Biloxi, Miss., of bulbar poliomyelitis.
Lauerman, an Airman 1c, was stationed at Keesler Air Force Base. He was a 1950 graduate of Hammond Technical High School and a member of the Moose Lodge and of All Saints Church in Hammond.
Surviving, besides his parents, are four brothers, Lawrence and Charles of Hammond, Eugene of Phoenix, Ariz., and Walter of Lansing; and two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Warnimont of Lemon Grove, Calif., and Mrs. Gertrude Last of Calumet City.
Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Monday from the Burns Funeral Home, 5840 Hohman Ave., Hammond, and at 9:30 a.m. at All Saints Church, Msgr. E. J. Mungoyan officiating.
Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery.
The Hammond Times, Wednesday, November 21, 1973 (Page 54)
Mary R. Lauerman, of Hammond, passed away Wednesday Nov. 21, 1973 St. Margaret Hospital. Survivors: husband, Vincent; one daughter, Mrs. George (Mary Ann) Fogarty of Hammond; two brothers, William Butler of Chicago, and John Butler of Woodridge, Virginia; four grandchildren.
Funeral services, Saturday, Nov. 24, 11:30 a.m. from the Burns Funeral Home, 5840 Hohman, with Mass to follow at 12 Noon from St. Joseph's Church, The Rev. Joseph Vamos officiating. Interment, St. Joseph's Cemetery, Hammond. Friends are invited to call Thursday 7 to 10 p.m., Friday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.
She was a member of the Alumni Upsilon Chapter Pi-Sigma-Phi; The Daughters of Isabella, Unity Circle; and the Alter and Rosary Society of St. Joseph's Church. The Rosary will be recited Friday evening. 7:30 p.m. at the Burn's Chapel. Past Grand Regent of the Daughters of Isabella, member of St. Margaret's Senior Hospital Guild.
The Hammond Times, Tuesday, November 20, 1979 (Page A-5)
Nellie E. Lauerman, age 92, of Thornton, Illinois, passed away Monday, November 19, 1979. Survivors: five sons, Richard (Valerie) of Redondo Beach, California, Thomas (Rita) of Chesterton, Indiana, William (Veronica) of Madison, Wisconsin, Paul (Delores) of Lansing, Edward (Donna) of Burnham; four daughters, Jeanne (late Thomas) Dillon of Lansing, Patricia (George) Burkhart of Edwardsville, Illinois, Ruth (Lawrence) Broviak of Highland, Helen (William) King of Thornton, Illinois; fifty grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 21, 10:30 a.m. from the Schroeder-Lauer Funeral Home, 3227 Ridge Rd., Lansing to St. Ann Church in Lansing for 11 a.m. Mass, Rev. Edward Harnett officiating. Burial, Calvary Cemetery, Gary. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday 5 to 10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Lukemia Society would be appreciated.
The Hammond Times, Friday, April 14, 1989 (Page C-2)
Lauerman, Rev. Lucian Leo - age 89 a Catholic Priest and social worker who had worked for more than 20 years on the social work faculty at Catholic University, died of cancer April 11, 1989, in Hyattsville, Maryland where he lived since 1957. Father Lou was a native of Hammond, Indiana and said his first Mass at St. Joseph Church, Hammond. He attended St. Mary Seminary in Cincinatti, Ohio and St. Paul Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. Graduated from Loyola University in Chicago. Ordained to the Priesthood June 14, 1924, St. Marys Cathedral, Portland, Oregon. In early 1930 he attended Columbia University, New York. In 1935 he went to Washington D.C., studied social work and received his Masters Degree at Catholic University. In 1937, became Director of the National Catholic School of Social Service and acting Dean of Catholic University School of Social Work, later merged two schools.
He received his Doctorate in Social Work from Catholic University in 1943. Stayed on the faculty as a teacher and director of field work and research until his retirement in 1965.
In June 1974 he returned to Hammond to Celebrate his 50th anniversary as a Priest at a Jubilee Mass, St. Joseph Church.
Survivors: three sisters, Fern Clover of Michigan City, Florence Filas of Crown Point and Marie Lauermann of Washington, D.C.; numerous nieces and nephews.
Grave side services at St. Joseph Cemetery, Hammond on Saturday, April 15 at 10:00 a.m. Arrangement by Burns-Kish Funeral Home, Hammond.
The Hammond Times, Saturday, August 3, 1996 (Page B3)
Marie Lauerman, 91, of Prince Frederick, Maryland, a writer retired from the United States Information Agency passed away Tuesday, July 30, 1996. Her survivors, all of whom called her Tante, include the children of her brother Frank James Lauerman of Crown Point, Indiana, Thomas Lauerman of San Diego, California, Mary Ballman of San Diego, David Lauerman of Buffalo, New York and Jane Miller of Battle Creek, Michigan; the children of her sister, Fern Clover, Rosemary Austgen of Kalamazoo, Michigan, Lois Cold of Chicago, Jack Clover of Valparaiso, Indiana and Karyl Pawlowski, daughter of Marie's sister Florence Filas and Laura Anderson, Robert Trusedale and Michael Lauerman, all of Campbell, California; children of her brother, Joseph; there are also 26 grand nieces and nephews and at least 34 great-grand nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held at the Burns-Kish Funeral Home, 5840 Hohman Avenue, Hammond on Sunday 2 to 4 pm. Funeral services Monday, August 5, 1996 at 9:30 a.m. with a 10 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph Church in Hammond with Father Roy Beeching officiating. Interment, St. Joseph Cemetery.
Mrs.(sic) Lauerman was born in Hammond, she was the last surviving sibling of her generation; graduated from St. Xavier's College in Chicago; and subsequently studied at the Central School of Dramatic Art in London and University of Friebourg in Switzerland; after college in Chicago and 6 years on the New York stage, Mrs.(sic) Lauerman taught speech and drama at Lamoyne College in Memphis, Tennessee before beginning her career at the Department of Justice in 1941. She left Washington in 1944 to serve for 2 years as a lieutenant in the Coast Guard (SPARS) after which she began her long career as a writer on cultural affairs at USIA; she had remained professionally active as a member of the American New Womans Club, Kappa Gamma Phi, USIA alumni and Washington Drama Society.
Obituaries and Death Notices -- Marinette County, WI (http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Wi/MarinetteObits?read=135) Obit for Dr. Francis Maurice "Pat" Boyle Marinette Eagle-Star Tuesday 16 Sep 1969 Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin "RETIRED DENTIST F. BOYLE, DIES" Dr. Francis M. Boyle, 75, prominent dentist in the City of Marinette during his entire career, died Monday evening at Marinette General Hospital following a long illness. Dr. Boyle was born Sept. 9, 1894, in Marinette. He was graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes High School and in 1919 received a degree from the Marquette School of Dentistry in Milwaukee. He served as captain of the university football team in 1917 which was the only year the school had the only undefeated football team in its history. Dr. Boyle retired in 1962. He was a member of the Marinette-Oconto County, the Wisconsin and the American Dental Association. He was a charter member of the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, a member of the Knights of Columbus, Riverside Country Club, the Merganser Club, a member of Marquette University M Club of Milwaukee, the Marquette University Alumni Association and the American Legion Post. He married the former Alice Lauerman on July 5, 1928. She survives along with two sons, Charles J. and Francis Jr.; a daughter, Miss Mary Boyle, all of Marinette; and 15 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Boyle home at 1964 Stephenson St. after 4 p.m. Wednesday. A prayer service will be held at the home at 8:15 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. The Rev. Robert Hogan will officiate and burial will be in Forest Home Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established. The Thielen funeral home is in charge of arrangements." Obit for Dr. Francis Maurice "Pat" Boyle Marinette Eagle-Star Thursday 18 Sep 1969 FUNERALS Boyle - Funeral services for Dr. Francis M. Boyle, prominent Marinette dentist who died at St. Joseph - Lloyd Hospital, were held at 10 a.m. today at Our Lady of Lourdes Church. The Rev. Robert Hogan officiated and was assisted by the Rev. Francis Reinke of White Lake and the Rev. Michael Murphy of Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial was in Forest Home Cemetery. Pallbearers were members of the Merganser Club. They were H.V. Higley, Louis Mundt, John Brickert, E. M. Billings, Arthur Pope, Walter Isenberg, Fred G. Sappington and Lee O'Leary." Obituary Daily Times BRAMKAMP, Mary Jane (LAUERMAN); 85; Cincinnati OH>Twin Falls ID; Elko Daily FP (NV); 1999-1-26; glasslass LAUERMAN, Ada Fanon (THORNTON); 83; Columbus OH; Chillicothe G; 1999-5-28; wattenic LAUERMAN, Frederick Joseph; 79; Stromsburg NE; Grand Island D-I; 2000-10-3; jboi LAUERMAN, Harold; 86; Donora PA; Ft Myers N-P (FL); 2000-11-13; hmg LAUERMAN, Henry P; ; ; Los Angeles D-N (CA); 1997-8-1; brownlee LAUERMAN, Marie; 91; ; Chicago Tribune (IL); 1996-8-4; trumbullc LAUERMAN, Marie; 91; Hammond IN>Prince Frederick MD; Wash DC Post; 1996-8-13; jwilly LAUERMAN, Marie "Tante"; ; ; Wash DC Post; 1996-8-4; jwilly LAUERMAN, Robert D; 76; AZ; Tucson Citizen; 2000-10-1; suet LAUERMAN, Robert D; 76; AZ; Tucson Citizen; 2000-10-2; suet LAUERMAN, Robert D; 76; AZ; Tucson Citizen; 2000-10-3; suet LAUERMAN, Valeria (KOLMAN); 96; Muscoda WI; Boscobel Dial; 1999-1-14; strgra LAUERMAN, Valeria (KOLMAN); 96; Muscoda WI; Wisconsin S-J; 1999-1-12; kmed
San Diego Union-Tribune (California) Obituaries, 1993-94 Name of Deceased: Lauerman, James D. Spouse: Lauerman, Lynda Children: Veronika, James Date of Death: died late September or early October 1994 (no date specified in obituary)
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