Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville News
Richard L. Schoentrup, 76, of Shelbyville, died Dec. 23, 2004, at St. Francis Hospital in Beech Grove.
December 24, 2004
Born Jan. 13, 1928, he was the s/o Aloysius and Gertrude (Gosch)
Schoentrup, he married Janet Rosenfeld on Jan. 10, 1959; she survives.
Other survivors: daughter, Stephaine Woods (husband Steve), of Shelbyville;
two brothers, Al Schoentrup, of Bargersville, and John
Schoentrup, of Shelbyville; one sister, Catherine Wertz, of Shelbyville;
one son-in-law, David Kenninger, of Brownsburg; eight grandchildren,
Nathaniel Kenninger, Hannan Kenninger, Hannah Stewart, Libby Stewart,
Conner Fuller, Cameila Woods, Chris Woods and KiKi
Larsson; and one great-grandchild, Lane Thompson.
Preceded in death by one brother and one sister.
Owned and operated A.D.A. Feed and Grain Inc. since 1948.
Member of St. Vincent Catholic Church, Sacred Heart Council No. 822 of the Knights of Columbus, Blue River Lions Club, Eagles Lodge No. 766.
Former president of the Shelby Eastern Schools Board.
Murphy-Parks Funeral Service, the Rosary will be recited at 3:30 p.m.
Funeral: St. Vincent Catholic Church, with the Rev. Paul Landwerlen officiating.
Burial: St. Vincent Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to The Richard L. Schoentrup Scholarship Fund
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville News
Schoentrup, 59, Greensburg, died Friday.
May 10, 1980
Born May 17, 1920,
d/o Harry and Anna (Ruhl) Luken of Millhousen,
Married Paul Schoentrup May 29, 1943.
husband Paul, son William, Batesville; four
daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Rita) Westerfeld.
Batesville, Mrs. Norbert (Mary Ann) Schoettmer,
Greensburg, Mrs. Daniel (Janet) Copple, Indianapolis,
and Mrs. Chris (Esther) Newhart, Greensburg, eight
grandchildren, three sisters, and four brothers.
One brother preceded in
Home, Greensburg. The Rev. Father Carlton. St. Mary Catholic
Church, Greensburg. Bural in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Contributed and summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Republican
the eight-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schoentrup, died
at the home of the parents, who live on the Amos pike, four miles from here,
Tuesday morning at four o'clock. The death of the baby resulted after an
illness of only two days of a brain trouble. The funeral will be held
Thursday morning at nine o'clock at St. Joseph church, Father Bores
officiating. Interment will be at the St. Joseph grave yard. In
charge of Sanders Hendrickson.
Tuesday, September 7, 1920
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Democrat
Mrs. Mary Christina
Schoentrup, 67 years
old, one of the widely known and highly esteemed elderly ladies of the St.
Vincent neighborhood, was found dead in bed Sunday morning at 6:30 o'clcok,
at her home, one mile west of Prescott, in Shelby township.
The discovery was made by her son, Allie, who makes his home with his
mother. Dr. G. I. Inlow,
county coroner, was called following the discovery, and he announced that death
was due from heart trouble. She had
suffered from this ailment on previous occasions, but she had been in good
health recently, and was feeling well Saturday evening, when she retired for the
May 31, 1920
Christian Woman Called to Reward
Mrs. Mary Christina Schoentrup
Found Dead In Bed Sunday Morning
Schoentrup was born and reared to young womanhood in Dearborn county,
Indiana, when she moved to this county, and where she was married April 14, 1875,
to the late Henry Schoentrup.
To this union ten children were born, eight of whom survive to mourn the
surviving children are Benjamin and Frank Schoentrup
of Shelby township;
William Schoentrup of Decatur
county; Edward of Anderson; llie at home; Joseph
this city; Mrs. Walter Huesman, east of this city;
and Mrs. David Conger of Anderson. Other
relatives surviving are two brothers, John and Joseph
county, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry Turner and Mrs. Charles
Zimmer, both of Indianapolis.
coming to this county, Mrs. Schoetrup united with
the St. Vincent Catholic church, where she has been a devoted worker for the
cause of her Savior. She has always
taken an active part in all the societies of the church and her presence will be
greatly missed by all who worked with her and knew her for her faithfulness to
her God and friends.
Contributed by Linda Allen
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