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 Lawrence SCHAAL-825
Lawrence SCHAAL-825
B. 1 Jun 1929
Burlington, Colorado
D. 28 Jan 1967

 

Children
 1. Dixie  SCHAAL-827
 2. Dana SCHAAL-829
 3. Larry SCHAAL-830
 4. Lynn SCHAAL-831
   
 Notes:
Burial Place:
Fairview Cemetery
Burlington, Colorado

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Pedigree Chart
Grandfather
Samuel SCHAAL, Sr.-669
B. 3 Aug 1871
Teplitz, Bess, South Russia
D. 19 Jan 1959
Denver, Colorado
John S. SCHAAL-1422
B. 27 Feb 1898
Settlement, Bethune, Colorado
D. 30 Jun 1985
Burlington, Colorado
Father
Rosina SCHMIDKE-596
B. 17 Sep 1877
D. 30 Jul 1898
Burlington, Colorado
Lawrence SCHAAL-825
B. 1 Jun 1929
Burlington, Colorado
D. 28 Jan 1967
Grandmother
Grandfather
         Mother
Fred BAUDER-691
B. 5 Jul 1877
Seabach, Russia
D. 17 May 1957
Burlington, Colorado
Rosina BAUDER-824
B. 10 Jan 1905
Burlington, Colorado
D. July 12, 1999
Burlington, Colorado
Minnie FANSELAU-820
B. 27 Dec 1881
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
D. 24 Oct 1970
Burlington, Colorado
Grandmother
Spouse
Marriage  31 Jul 1948 
[Cert# 717]
Burlington, Colorado
Evelyn ANDREWS-3826
B. 12 Jun 1932
 

Obituary

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Lawrence SCHAAL-1967
The Burlington Record,  Thursday, February 2, 1967

Funeral services for Lawrence L. Schaal, 37, were held at the First Christian Church in Burlington.  Mr. Schaal died Jan. 28 at Memorial Hospital in Burlington following a prolonged period of illness and confinement in Denver and Burlington hospitals.
The Rev. C. W. Patrick officiated at the services.  Musical selections were by Bob Hendricks, with Mrs. Robert McClelland at the organ.  Casket bearers were O.G. Long, Roy Romberg, Louis Nider, James Rawson, William McNeil and Ted Killian.  Burial was at Fairview Cemetery.
Lawrence Lee Schaal, son of John S. and Rosina Schaal, was born in Burlington, June 1 1929, and passed away at Burlington, Jan 28, 1967 at the age of 37 years and 8 months.  He lived in the Burlington area all his life and attended school at Smoky Hill and Burlington.  For the last 14 years he worked at the Plains Grain Co. 
On July 31, 1948, he was united in marriage to Evelyn Andrews. To this union were born four children:  Dixie Ellyn, Dana Rae, Larry Pat, and Lynn Jay.  He was a member of the First Christian Church.
Surviving are his wife and children, his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Schaal; his grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Bauder of Burlington; two brothers, Rudolph of Burlington, and Elmer of Los Angeles, Calif.; and four sisters, Mrs. Wilma Sanches who is in Germany, Mrs. Josephine Calkins, and Mrs. Ruby Munson, both of Denver; Mrs. Beulah Schahrer of Burlington, and numerous other relatives and friends.

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