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Paul Stolz-1190
Paul Robert Stolz-1190
B. 18 Feb 1899
Franklin, Nebraska
D. 14 Feb 1971 


1. Vernon STOLZ-1192
2. Philip STOLZ-1193
3. Ralph STOLZ-1195
4. Diane STOLZ-1196
5. Paulette STOLZ-1191 (Child)
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Burial Place:
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
Bethune, Colorado

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Pedigree Chart
Herman J. STOLZ-1186
B. 1869
D. 1929
Paul STOLZ-1190
B. 18 Feb 1899
Franklin, Nebraska
D. 14 Feb 1971
Emma C. Reinholtz-1187
B. 1869
D. 1957
Married  8 June 1933  [Cert# 14]
Bethune, Colorado
B. 24 Oct 1915
D. 31 Mar 1953


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Paul Stolz  --  1971

       Paul Robert Stolz, son of Herman J. Stolz and Emma C. Stolz, was born Feb. 18, 1899 near Franklin in Franklin County, Neb.  He passed from his life Feb. 14, 1971 at the age of 71 years and 11 months.

      The family moved to Colorado in 1906 and settled north of Bethune where Paul spent his boyhood.  He was baptized into the Christian faith in a Lutheran church near Franklin, and was confirmed in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Bethune.

       He was united in marriage to Anna Marie Stahlecker June 8, 1933.  They made their home north of Bethune.  Three sons and two daughters were born into the family.  He remained a life long resident of the Settlement area.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Anna Marie, one daughter, Paulett Joyce, and three brothers, Frank, Emil, and Henry.

       Surviving Mr. Stolz are:  3 sons, Vernon of Lornita, California, Phillip of Bethune, Ralph of Sharon Springs, Kansas; 1 daughter, Mrs. Robert Cox of Bethune; a sister, Alice Holter of Eads; 3 brothers, Otto of Naponee, Nebraska, Albert of Loveland, the Rev. Ernest Stolz of Greeley; 9 grandchildren and 52 nephews and nieces.

       Funeral services were held Feb. 17 at 1:30 pm at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bethune.  The Rev. Earl Martell officiated.  Music was provided by the men's choir with Mrs. Vernon Schlichenmayer as pianist.

       Casket bearers were William Stolz, Howard Holter, Ivan Stolz, Carl Adolf Jr., Willard Stahlecker and Pete Stahlecker.  Final resting place was Immanuel Lutheran cemetery at Bethune.

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