Brunmeier -- 1981
Burlington Record, Burlington, Colorado -- Thursday, Feb 19, 1981
Anna Jacober Brunmeier, daughter of John and Marie
Jacober, was born at Glueckstahl, South Russia, on Oct. 11, 1888. She came to
America with her family as a young child, and they settled in Kit Carson County
in 1890. She attended the local area schools and was confirmed at Zion Lutheran
Church at Brighton on March 23, 1902.
On March 4, 1909, she was united in marriage to John
Schlichenmayer. To their union three children were born: Martha (Schaal) of
Bethune, Albert of Wray, and Chris of Bethune, John preceded her in death on
Dec. 3, 1945. She was married to George Brunmeier at Loveland on Sept. 10, 1955.
George preceded her in death on June 10, 1960.
Anna made her home with her daughter Martha for many
years, and then because of health reasons was admitted to the Burlington Rest
Home. She was a resident there until several years ago when she was admitted to
the Grace Manor Nursing home. In the summer in 1980 she was admitted to the Wray
hospital where she underwent surgery to remove the mower part of one of her
legs. She was then admitted the Cedardale Nursing Home in Wray, where she was a
resident until the day of her death. She died only a few hours after she was
admitted to the Wray hospital on Feb. 7, 1981. Her time this life was 93 years
and 119 days.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her
husband, three brothers and one sister. Her survivors include one daughter, two
sons, two sister-in-laws, Bess Jacober and Lena Schlichenmayer, several nieces
and nephews, six grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and six step children.
Anna was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church for many
years and her funeral was held there on Feb. 1, 1981, at 1:30 p.m. Pastor Howard
Jacobson was in charge of the service, and Lois Jacobson was the organist. The
Immanuel men’s choir, accompanied by Jean Weisshaar, sang two songs: “Going Down
the Valley” and “Beyond the Sunset”. The casket bearers were Roy and Tom
Schlichenmayer, Carl Schaal, Virgil Eslinger, Duane Hull and Doug Flemming.
Interment was in the Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery.