Frederick Henry Schultz, 19161991 (aged 75 years)

Name
Frederick Henry /Schultz/
Given names
Frederick Henry
Surname
Schultz
Birth June 30, 1916
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Christening October 20, 1916 (aged 3 months)
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Education

Note: High School
Occupation

Note: Owner/Operator of Sand & Gravel Plant, Heavy Equipment Operator
29th President of the United States
Warren G Harding
March 4, 1921 (aged 4 years)

30th President of the United States
Calvin Coolidge
August 2, 1923 (aged 7 years)

31st President of the United States
Herbert Hoover
March 4, 1929 (aged 12 years)

32nd President of the United States
Franklin D Roosevelt
March 4, 1933 (aged 16 years)

33rd President of the United States
Harry S Truman
April 12, 1945 (aged 28 years)

34th President of the United States
Dwight D Eisenhower
January 20, 1953 (aged 36 years)

Birth of a sonRobert John Schultz
February 17, 1953 (aged 36 years)
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Christening of a sonRobert John Schultz
March 8, 1953 (aged 36 years)
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35th President of the United States
John F Kennedy
January 20, 1961 (aged 44 years)

36th President of the United States
Lyndon B Johnson
November 22, 1963 (aged 47 years)

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Richard Nixon
January 20, 1969 (aged 52 years)

38th President of the United States
Gerald Ford
August 9, 1974 (aged 58 years)

39th President of the United States
Jimmy Carter
January 20, 1977 (aged 60 years)

40th President of the United States
Ronald Reagan
January 20, 1981 (aged 64 years)

41st President of the United States
George H W Bush
January 20, 1989 (aged 72 years)

Notes

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His birth is recorded on page 93 of the Kirchenbuch 12:03 AM Frederick Henry was born on January 30th, 1916 in West Bend. He wasbaptized on October 20th by Reverend George A Mumm at St John'sEvangelical Lutheran church. A letter from Rev Mumm states theKirchenbuch records that he was baptized Frederick Heinrich Schultz byRev Eduard Hoyer. At the age of 19, he was married to Dorothy Bonerz by ReverendNicholas Maas, the associate pastor of St Leo's Catholic Church inMilwaukee. He and Dorothy made their home on the second floor of hisparent's house at 630 Elm Street in West Bend. From the time he was in high school, Fred was employed with his fatherin the operation of the Fred C. Schultz and Son Gravel Pit in WestBend and continued as owner/operator after his father retired . Helater sold the business and continued to work for West Bend Sand andGravel until retiring in 1978. He was a member of the OperationEngineers Local 139 Union. Shortly after retirement in 1978, he and his wife Dorothy moved to ahouse they had built on a small lake (Lake McCormick) in the town ofCassian near Hazelhurst, Wi. They lived there for 14 years. There hespent time fishing, vegetable gardening, and watching baseball andfootball on TV. As a respite from the cold and snow in Wisconsin, theyspent winters at a beachfront house in Fort Meyers, Florida until hisdeath from cancer in 1991. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia,with the underlying cause being chronic lymphocytic leukemia. He andhis wife Dorothy were living in Hazelhurst at the time.

Fred was a volunteer fireman for the West Bend Fire Department for 33years.

He served in the US Navy during World War II with the rank of FiremanSecond Class . He entered into service on 14 April 1945 and receivedan honorable discharge from the US Naval Personnel Separation Centerin Great Lakes, Illinois on 15 October, 1945. His total payment upondischarge was $10.93, which included $4.30 for travel allowance. Healso received $100 mustering out pay.

Notes

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His birth is recorded on page 93 of the Kirchenbuch

12:03 AM

Frederick Henry was born on January 30th, 1916 in West Bend. He wasbaptized on October 20th by Reverend George A Mumm at St John'sEvangelical Lutheran church. A letter from Rev Mumm states theKirchenbuch records that he was baptized Frederick Heinrich Schultz byRev Eduard Hoyer.

At the age of 19, he was married to Dorothy Bonerz by ReverendNicholas Maas, the associate pastor of St Leo's Catholic Church inMilwaukee. He and Dorothy made their home on the second floor of hisparent's house at 630 Elm Street in West Bend.

From the time he was in high school, Fred was employed with his fatherin the operation of the Fred C. Schultz and Son Gravel Pit in WestBend and continued as owner/operator after his father retired . Helater sold the business and continued to work for West Bend Sand andGravel until retiring in 1978. He was a member of the OperationEngineers Local 139 Union.

Shortly after retirement in 1978, he and his wife Dorothy moved to ahouse they had built on a small lake (Lake McCormick) in the town ofCassian near Hazelhurst, Wi. They lived there for 14 years. There hespent time fishing, vegetable gardening, and watching baseball andfootball on TV. As a respite from the cold and snow in Wisconsin, theyspent winters at a beachfront house in Fort Meyers, Florida until hisdeath from cancer in 1991. The immediate cause of death was pneumonia,with the underlying cause being chronic lymphocytic leukemia. He andhis wife Dorothy were living in Hazelhurst at the time.

Fred was a volunteer fireman for the West Bend Fire Department for 33years.

He served in the US Navy during World War II with the rank of FiremanSecond Class . He entered into service on 14 April 1945 and receivedan honorable discharge from the US Naval Personnel Separation Centerin Great Lakes, Illinois on 15 October, 1945. His total payment upondischarge was $10.93, which included $4.30 for travel allowance. Healso received $100 mustering out pay.

Soc Sec Num

Note: 542-30-6214
Death December 21, 1991 (aged 75 years)
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Burial December 24, 1991 (3 days after death)
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Unique identifier
821E3881DBF6456E8FD68FAFDC22B68DC1CB

Last change February 23, 2016