Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville News
Trueman T. Rembusch, 92, of Indianapolis, died Monday, June 24, 2002, at his
June 25, 2002
Born July 27, 1909, in Shelbyville, s/o Frank J. and Grace
Married Catherine Finneran and she preceded him in death.
Married Mary Agnes Finneran and she survives.
Other survivors: daughters, Mary Cay Johnson and Grace R. Bill; three sons, Michael J. Rembusch of Franklin, Kevin J. Rembusch and Patrick S. Rembusch; 18 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Pioneer motion picture exhibitor. Owned Syndicate Theatres
Inc. in Franklin from 1928 until retiring as president in 1997.
Member of Christ the King Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus St. Pius
X Council No. 3433, Notre Dame Man of the Year in 1950, Notre Dame Club of
Indianapolis, past president of Theatre Owners of Indiana, past national
president of Allied States Association of Motion Picture Exhibitors, served as
president of the State Fair Board, lifetime member of National Association of
Theatre Owners, former chairman of Hoosier Hundred, Variety Club Tent 10,
Meridian Hills Country Club and Marco Island Country Club.
Attended University of Notre Dame.
Christ the King Catholic Church, 1827 Kessler Blvd. East Drive in Indianapolis.
Burial: Calvary Cemetery in Indianapolis.
Leppert & Hensley Mortuary Nora Chapel, 740 E. 86th St. in Indianapolis.
Contributions may be made to Variety Club Tent 10, 6919 E. 10th St. B-5, Indianapolis, IN 46219-4811; Christ the King Catholic Church, 1827 Kessler Blvd. East Drive in Indianapolis; or Notre Dame Club of Indianapolis Scholarship Fund.
Contributed and summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Republican
Funeral services for Nicholas J. Rembusch, 78, former local resident, who died Saturday morning at the home of his son, Joseph Earl Rembusch, at Joliet, Illinois, will be held at 9 a.m. today at the St. Joseph Catholic church.
Monday May 29, 1944
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NICHOLAS REMBUSCH DIES AT SONíS HOME
Former Resident of City to Be Buried Here
Burial will be in the church cemetery in charge of Loren H. Murphy.
Surviving besides the son, Joseph Earl Rembusch, are two grandchildren, Joseph and Mary Agnes Rembusch; and a brother, Joseph A. Rembusch, of Los Angeles, California.
Mr. Rembusch, a musician and piano repairman, spent most of his life in Shelbyville, residing at 316 south West street. Following the death of his wife he had resided with his son.
Born in Batesville June 19, 1865, he was the son of Peter and Frances
Schneider Rembusch. He was married to Matilda Catherine Zeigler on October 30, 1899.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelby Democrat
Mrs. Matilda C. Rembusch, age seventy-six, wife of Nicholas J. Rembusch, died at her home at 316 south West street at 1:15 a.m. Thursday. Although she had been in failing health for several months, her death, caused by a heart ailment, was unexpected.
Thursday August 20, 1942
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HEART AILMENT CAUSES DEATH
Mrs. Rembusch was born in Shelby county on March 13, 1866, the daughter of Joseph and Mary Zeigler. On October 30, 1889, she was married to Mr. Rembusch, who survives with one son, Joseph Earl Rembusch, of Joliet, Illinois. Also surviving are two grandchildren, Joseph and Mary Agnes Rembusch, and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Collins, of this city.
Mrs. Rembusch was a devoted member of the St. Joseph Catholic church and was the last surviving charter member of the Daughters of Isabella. She also was a member of the St. Annís Altar Society.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9:00 a.m. with the Rev. Clement Zepf officiating. Burial will be made in the St. Joseph cemetery in charge of Loren H. Murphy.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelby Democrat
Funeral services will be conducted at nine o'clock Wednesday morning for Peter Rembusch, former resident of Shelbyville, who died on Sunday night at the St. Frances Hospital in Beech Grove, where he had been critically ill for several months. The funeral will be at the St. John Catholic church in Indianapolis and burial will be in the Holy Cross cemetery there.
Thursday, December 13, 1928
Mr. Rembusch had been in failing health for a number of years from a complication of diseases and his condition had been serious for several months. Following his death, the body was taken to the Finn Bros. undertaking parlors on north Illinois street, Indianapolis, and will remain there until the funeral Wednesday morning.
He was born in Batesville, Ind., June 20, 1860, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rembusch. The family moved to Shelbyville when he was a youth and most of his early life was spent in this city, where he was intimately known to many persons. At his death he was 68 years old. Mr. Rembusch had lived in Indianapolis for many years. His wife, the former Miss Barbara Eckstein, died thirty years ago.
The surviving relatives include three daugthers and four brothers. The daughters are Miss Frances Rembusch and Mrs. Bertha Frey, of Indianapolis, and Miss Anna Rembusch, of Los Angeles, Cal. The brothers are Frank J. Rembusch and M. J. Rembusch, of this city; George Rembusch, of Indianapolis and Joseph Rembusch, of Los Angeles, Cal.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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