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 Frederick ADOLF-441
Frederick William ADOLF-441
B. 16 May 1911
Kit Carson County, Colorado
D. 9 Aug 1980
Akron, Colorado

 

Children
 1. Stanley ADOLF-1512
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Akron Cemetery
Akron Colorado
 
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Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Christian ADOLF-85
B. 15 Nov 1839
Brienne, Bessarabia, South Russia
D. 3 Aug 1925
Bethune, Colorado
Andreas (Andrew) ADOLF-249
B. 24 Dec 1873
Brienne, Bessarabien, Russia
D. 19 Oct 1932
Bethune, Colorado
Father
Fredericka STEGG-86
B. 19 Feb 1842
Brienne, Bessaeabia, Russia
D. 1924
Bethune, Colorado
Frederick ADOLF-441
B. 16 May 1911
Kit Carson County, Colorado
D. 9 Aug 1980
Akron, Colorado
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Jacob SCHLICHENMAYER, Sr-1450
B. 3 May, 1848/1849
Hoffnungstahl, South Russia
D. 29 May 1900
Bethune, Colorado
Margaretha SCHLICHENMAYER-1453
B. 22 Jan 1880
Russia
D. 3 Dec 1952
Bethune, Colorado
Margaretha KIENSLE-1451
B. 16 Dec 1852
Hoffnungsthal, Russia
D. 18 Jan  1931
Burlington, Colorado
Grandmother

Spouse

Hazel THOMAS-1511
B.. 20 Nov 1919
Millard, Colorado 
D. 4 Mar 1987
Denver, Colorado
 

Obituary

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Frederick  Adolf  --  1980

        Frederick William Adolf, 69, passed away early Saturday morning, Aug. 9, 1980, at the Washington County Public Hospital in Akron.
        He was born May 16, 1911, to Andrew and Margaret Schlichenmayer Adolf, at Kit Carson.  In June 1911, he was baptized and in April, 1925, he was confirmed in the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bethune.  As did his sisters and brothers, he received his education and grew to manhood in the Bethune area.  Fred farmed for several years until he joined the Army to serve in World War II.  After serving four years, he returned home and continued farming.
        On June 1, 1946, he was united in marriage to Hazel Irene Thomas in Goodland.  To this union, one son, Stanley, was born.
        Because of health reasons, Fred and Hazel sold their farm and moved to Akron.  After moving to Akron he worked for the Norka Hotel as custodian and then later became custodian at the Akron High School.  In 1977, he retired because of his health.  Fred enjoyed being outdoors and hunting with his brothers.  As a hobby, he enjoyed working about in his shop.
        He is preceded in death by his parents, an infant brother, and two brothers, John in 1974 and Bill in 1980.  Those surviving to mourn his passing are his wife Hazel and his son Stanley of Akron; three brothers, Jake and Emmanuel Adolf of Sterling, and his twin brother David of Burlington; three sisters, Frieda Gramm and Martha Weiss of Burlington, and Carrie Gollie of Brewster, Kan.  Also surviving are 11 brother and sister-in-laws and families.  Fred will be sadly missed by his family, relatives and friends.  A memorial has been established I his memory in the Foursquare Church in Akron.
        Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1980, at 10:30 am, form the Akron Foursquare Church, with the Rev. Ted Griffis, officiating.  Mrs. Ted Griffis was organist, and she accompanied herself as she sang, "The Old Rugged Cross" and "How Great Thou Art".
        Serving as casket bearers were:  Henry Florian, Darrel Adolf, Gene Hottinger, Connie Dannar, Mike Watson and August Shaner.  Burial was in the Akron Cemetery, with military graveside services, by the Akron Veterans post.  Yeamans & Gordon Memorial Chapel of Akron was in charge of services.

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