8, No. 1 - January 1999 to July 1999
Engineer John A. Lobsinger, now of Ft. Worth, TX., climbs out of
his latest project, He's retrofitting the Grand Canyon with a new
roof so it won't leak anymore. John was recently promoted to District
Manager of the Oklahoma Texas district for his employer, Star Construction.
(House of Peter)
Wayne Lobsinger (Kitchener, ON) and William Leroy (Bill) Querengesser
(Panama City Beach, FL.) met for the first time last August at a
wedding for Bill's niece at which Fr. Wayne officiated. After some
relative discussion, they decided they were third cousins once removed.
Armstrong and Alison Rogers Married in Elliot Lake, ON
Armstrong and Alison Rogers were married in Elliot Lake, ON., Canada
on July 11, 1998. The happy couple exchanged their vows in front
of family and friends from far and near. The groom's father, Bob
Armstrong, served as best man.
newleyweds spent their honeymoon traveling around southern Ontario
before returning home and starting their new lives together. (House
John Kraehling and Kathleen Brenner Family. From left, George, Cecilia,
John, Helen, Mr. John Kraehling, Mary, Mrs. Kathleen (Brenner) Kraehling,
Marjorie, William, Leone, Donna Jean, Eileen, and Kenneth. Photo
courtesy of Jean Chute. House of Louis.
and Ralph Lobsinger pose with niece Marlene Harned, sister Mildred
Lobsinger and sister-in-law Virginia Lobsinger and nephew-in-law
Joe Harned (seated) during a recent trip to St. Louis, Mo. (Virginia
is the widow of Merle Lobsinger; Marlene is Mildred's daughter,
Joe is her husband; and Mildred is Ralph's half-sister from his
mother's first marriage. (House of Michel)
and Akiko Lobsinger celebrated their first anniversary Dec. 20,1998.
couple was joined in marriage on Dec. 20, 1997, at the Chapel of
Hope in Yokosuka, Japan. The chapel is located on the joint-operated
base of Yokosuka Fleet Activities.
and Akiko Lobsinger
is the son of Ralph and Jackie (Augier) Lobsinger of Kennewick,
Wash (House of Michel).
is the daughter of Akemi Yamamoto of Chiba-Ken, Japan. She was given
in marriage by her uncle Teruo Akashi in a double-ring ceremony.
is stationed aboard the U.S.S. Blueridge, which is the flagship
for the United States Seventh Fleet. He joined the U.S. Navy in
1985 and is a veteran of the Gulf War. He served aboard the U.S.S.
Independence before transferring to the Blue Ridge.
has done translation work between English and Japanese. For the
wedding, Akiko wore a full-length, scoop-necked dress with opaque
sleeves and full skirt, topped by a bow and which expanded into
a several-foot train. She also wore a full-length veil attached
to a golden tiara inset with pearls. Akiko carried a bouquet of
white flowers interlaced with greenery, which was made by her mother.
wore his naval dress uniform, with a scarlet cumberbund and bow
tie as well as a corsage that matched the bride's bouquet.
chapel was decorated with white flowers and greenery as well as
traditional Christmas greenery and red bows. The chapel is used
by all denominations for services and special ceremonies.
the wedding, a reception was held at the Four Seasons Restaurant,
a shabu shabu-style restaurant, to allow the couple to celebrate
their marriage with family and friends. Attending the wedding were
relatives and friends of the bride, including herbrothers Tetsu
and Takayuki and aunt Michiko Umemuraas well as the groom's parents,
who flew in from the United States for the ceremony.
reception featured a blend of American and Japanese ceremonies,
including a tradition where the bride and groom presents their mothers
with a bouquet of flowers.
Eric had to deploy a short time later, the couple has delayed their
honeymoon until a later date. When they do take the trip, they plan
to go to Brisbane, Australia, and possibly Hawaii." Their
first child, a daughter named Ami Cameron Lobsinger arrived in March
1999 and we're anxiously awaiting pictures and details. (House of
and Rosmarie Heisz' first grandson has arrived. Spencer Heisz-Sohne
was born on Sunday, February 28th, 1999 at 12:23 a.m., weighing
7 lbs. 15 oz., 20 3/4 inches long. Parents are Susan Heisz and Bill
Sohne of Oakhill, Virginia. Spencer was born on his great grandmother's
(Kay Lobsinger) birthday. Cousin to Stephanie and Katrina Heisz.
Proud grandparents are Bob and Rosemarie Heisz and Gerry and Yetta
Sohne of Boca Raton, Florida. (House of Peter)
and Darcy Dorion announce with great pleasure the birth of their
daughter, Miranda Marlin Dorion. She was born on November 9, 1998.
Big brother Jordan loves his new "dear". Cousin Sellina
Armstrong is happy to have a little girl to share her dolls with!
(House of George)
and Teresa (Lobsinger) Baker are expecting their first child about
June. They live in Homestead, FL., where Brian is an installer for
high dollar computerized home entertainment systems with everything
from movie projection equipment to satellite linked security systems.
They are building a new 4 bedroom home and hope to have it completed
by the time the baby arrives. Teresa is the daughter of John F.
Lobsinger, Sr., of Lake Worth, FL.
and house should both be here by the time this newsletter makes
it into print.
not sure about the new house, but ...
Lynnae Baker arrived around 10:30 am on June 12. She weighed in
at 8 lbs 14.5 ounces and was 22 inches long. Mother and daughter
are doing fine. Father is doing as well as can be expected. (House
and Lavina Lobsinger celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on
May 7, 1999, according to their daughter Valerie Young.
was born in Walkerton, Ontario and his bride is from Bruno, Saskatchewan.
They have three children, Valerie Young, Beverly Lobsinger and Brian
Lobsinger, and one grandson, Jimmy Young who all wish them well
for many more years.
is the son of Edwin and Philomena Lobsinger. (House of Louis)
Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary
Len and Teresa (Lobsinger)
Walsh, Brantford, ON., celebrated their 50th Anniversary in late
October and had a beautiful celebration and a special Mass in their
honor celebrated by Teresa's brother, Bishop Thomas Lobsinger, who
was in town for the occasion. A reception for all friends and relatives
A Neat Idea...
Family Keepsake Cookbook
(Lobsinger) Richardson (email@example.com) and her brothers and sisters
have embarked upon a project to preserve and pass down unique family
were raised by an outstanding mother, the late Nancy J. Lobsinger,
who was a wonderful cook She instilled in each of us a deep sense
of family and tradition. My sister, Lorna J Lobsinger, and I deciede
that it was time to share all our mother's recipe secrets with our
multitude of brothers and sister-in-law. We've been working closely
together even though we're 900 miles apart!"
girls put out a request for special recipes from each of their brothers
and their wives - all keep[ in touch weekly by email - even though
they are in such diverse locations as Michigan, Maine, Missouri
and Alaska. They have also asked each of their mothers-in-law to
participate "because they were the foundations for our cooking
will be a special section for their mother's recipes including the
menus of her traditional holiday meals, a biography of each "subfamily"
with family photos, favorite family traditions, "how we met",
inspirational quotes, cooking and historical facts, clip art, funny
personal stories and helpful hints in the book.
brother-in-law is penning a cover which will show their childhood
home. Each person who participates in the project will receive at
least one cookbook to treasure, and they expect a final order of
between 40 and 45 copies to be produced.
is doing the formatting and her sister, who works in a printshop,
will do the final printing and binding. So far the girls have collected
over 300 recipes and believe they will have the books distributed
by Independence Day... which is the day of their traditional family
cookout. (House of Louis)
Leo Lobsinger, Lake Worth, Fl., (firstname.lastname@example.org) is now in his
third year as a firefighter with Palm Beach County. Patrick was
recently promoted to Driver/Operator. Firefighting seems to be a
favorite occupation of the Lobsinger clan. Patrick's brother John
F Lobsinger is also a fireman and paramedic with Palm Beach County,
and his sister in law Kim Lobsinger is a rookie with the Port St.
Lucie Fire Department. Chuck Lobsinger is chief of the Mildmay,
ON., Fire Department, and the late Irwin Lobsinger was for many
years Chief of the Walkerton, ON., Fire Department. There are also
several others in the family who have chosen the same occupation.
and Elly Lobsinger, Maple Ridge, BC., write that they are doing
fine except for the results of ageing, which seems to be affecting
us all. His sisters Ruby Chase and Marie DeBartolome are having
memory problems, and only Rita McDonnell is "the same."
as last time we were lucky enough to bisit with them all. Lorne
says the whole bunch is "cultivating" senility. Ain't
it the truth! (House of George)
Young sent us a photo of her parents who will have celebrated
their 50th Wedding Anniversay by the time this newsletter is finished.
She provided us with a current address, and we added her son Jimmy
to the data base. (House of Louis)
M. Stroeder, Mildmay, ON., reports that she has been visiting
with John and Dolores (Lobsinger) Schmidt, also of Mildmay as she
researches her family. Dolores' grandmother was her aunt. She asked
us to put her on the mailing list, which we are happy to do. (House
Lobsinger, Cahokia, IL., sent a donation to the postage fund
and says he enjoys reading the newsletter. (House of Michel)
Flash: March 10 , Eric Lobsinger (email@example.com) reports
that his wife Akiko of 1 year is having their first child within
the next 24 hours. Baby girl will be named Ami Cameron Lobsinger.
Details to come later. (House of Michel)
(Lobsinger) Richardson, Portland, Maine, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
sent a newsy letter and gave us her brother Eric's new address in
Fairbanks, AK, (different Eric from above) as well as her own new
address. She also reported the passing of her uncle John Lobsinger
in February. Elisa's husband Scott G. Richardson has been promoted
to Staff Sargeant in the Marine Corps and they are currently stationed
out of RSS Southern Main as recruiters and have about a year left
on their current tour. (House of Louis)
Leroy (Bill) Querengesser ( email@example.com ) sent us
his new address in Panama City Beach, FL., along with a photo of
himself and Fr. Wayne Lobsinger taken last August during his nieces's
wedding. Bill and his wife Susie have moved permanenty to the deep
south after 5 years of living half the year in Listowel, ON.
Armstrong, Elliot Lake, ON., (firstname.lastname@example.org) reports
that she is getting excited about chasing ancestors and has purchased
Family Tree Maker to compile them on. We sent her a file of the
House of George to get her started. She's writing everyone she can
think of and would love to hear from all of you "George"
E. Lobsinger, Port St. Lucie, FL., writes all is fine in his
neck of the woods. He reports wife Kim has completed a tough Fire
Academy last year and is a state licensed firefighter now working
for the city. Daughter Kari is 15 now and just completed her first
year of high school. She's an excellent fastball pitcher, according
to her dad. Younger daughter Jessica is 11 now and also plays softball.
She's a good base runner, Michael reports. He's hoping her interest
will continue to be on softball, as a b-o-y asked her out recently.
Mike works for A.M. Engineering and Testing, Inc., where he is the
lab manager. He schedules technicians to perform soil compaction
tests and concrete sampling on construction sites to ensure the
job specs are met. He and twin brother Patrick Lobsinger fancy themselves
as entertainers and musicians, and work gigs together in the south
Florida area whenever they can. (House of Peter)
John Lobsinger (email@example.com) is now a junior majoring
in history at Washington University in St. Louis. He has spent the
last semester studying at Oxford and found out late last year that
he had been accepted. "I'm very excited, especially since this
will be my first time going to Europe. I'm leaving for England on
January 6th (1999). I will be studying there until about the end
of June." So by now, he should be back home. Eric spent the
last summer as an intern for Representative John Shimkus (IL-R)
where he gained a lot of legislative knowledge and experience and
had a great time traveling with the Congressman and meeting new
people. He is also chairman of Washington University's College Republicans,
and when he's in the states, he is busy attending political conferences
across the country. On top of that, Eric also writes opinion pieces
for the campus newspaper regarding political and social issues.
His fraternity, Sigma Ju, takes care of any spare time he may have
by putting him in charge of campus philanthropies and other social
events. (House of Michel)
(Lobsinger) Lang, Regina, SK., reports that she visited Gueyana,
South America in May of 1995 to visit with her daughter-in-law's
parents for a couple of weeks. "It was a very interesting trip
and it made me appreciate Canad and all our conveniences and lifestyle,"
she says. On August 26, 1995, her oldest daughter Terri was married
to Darren Dyck in Saskatoon. Darren is a geologist with BHP Diamonds
in Kelowna, BC., where the couple now live. Darren is assisting
in the development of a new diamond mine north east of Yellowknife,
NWT., so he spends a lot of time in cold country. Terri works for
Environment Canada as a meteorologist, but took maternity time off
last year so that Isaak David Dyck could arrive on October 11, 1998.
Now she has to split her traveling between BC and ON, where her
son Tony and wife Sarogini live. They just bought a town house in
Mississauga. Tony works with Beak International, Inc., (environmental
specialists) in Brampton. Another son, Eric, is a computer salesman
at the University of Regina bookstore, and District Representative
for Apple Computer. Daughter Amy Diane has been getting some costume
work in motion pictures, television and theatre in Regina. It's
a tough field to break into! Leona's husband Hellmut retired from
the University of Regina last spring and was given the designation
of Professor Emeritus. Hellmut is still teaching two classes that
don't interfere with golfing. Leona works at the library in the
hospital . (House of Peter)
also sent us some notes she recovered from her research several
years ago. "I was interested to read about the Lobsingers in
Schoendorf, Wurt, Germany. Several years ago I came across a reference
to a Caspar Lobsinger of Malterdingen who with a woman (wife?) left
for Siebenburgen on Sept. 4 (or maybe Apr. 9) 1749. He had to pay
a fee for release from serfdom. He was a bookmaker or staple maker.
In Nov. he appeared in Siebenburgen with his daughter (?)."
Leona wonders if maybe Anna (Lobsinger) Beiltz in Germany could
make more sense of this reference.
and Al Spidel, Nanaimo, BC., sent greetings about Christmas
time and report that daughter Alicia is back at the university and
their son Michael is "still hauling." Penny's mom, Ruby
(Lobsinger) Chase, is doing quite well physically again, but the
effects of Alzheimer's disease is worsening. They all enjoyed several
visits with her uncle Lorne and Elly Lobsinger during the year,
and her aunt Rita (Lobsinger) McDonnell was there for a week in
the summer. (House of George)
and Sharon Wilson, St. Agatha, ON., (firstname.lastname@example.org)
sent a Christmas card and Sharon has become hooked on genealogy.
We have corresponded quite often during the past few months, comparing
notes by emial. She provided us with a new address for her brother
Howard whose address changed because his company transferred him
from Montreal to Toronto. He now lives in Mississauga, ON. She also
updated our address on her niece, Rhonda Lobsinger of Trenton, ON.
(House of Louis)
Byron and Chris Lobsinger,
Lake Worth, FL., sent us a copy of their annual family photo, which
is in this newsletter somewhere. (House of Peter) Byron
Lobsinger Family: Chris, Byron, Shaun, Stephen, Shane.
(Lobsinger) McDonnell, Chilliwack, BC., reports that her sister
Marie is now in an extended care home in Mission BC. "I sure
miss traveling with her on a cruise or bus tour. In 1983 we travelled
to the Holy Land, Rome, and other interesting places. It was a 21
day trip. " Rita did get some traveling in this year - visiting
her niece Penny and husband Al Spidel, and some of her children,
including Grace who lives in Burns Lake, B.C. Rita asked us to add
Grace to our mailing list, and we have complied. Grace is connected
to the internet, and Rita sent us her first email letter and says
she thinks she has become addicted to computers. (House of George)
Bea (Lobsinger) Long,
now of Sest Seneca, NY., sent a new address. She reports, "this
is an assisted living center where housekeeping, laundry, meals
and personal care are provided. It's good to be the queen!"
She also sent us a rare photo of Katherine Gehl, her grandmother.
(House of Louis)
(Gehl) Lobsinger, wife of Jean Louis Lobsinger founder of the House
of Louis. She was the mother of 16 children including Bea Long's
dad, Francis Xavier Lobsinger.
and Art Frensch, Kitchener, ON., (email@example.com) say
everything is well in their family and that Karen has gone back
to the university to get her Master's Degree. (House of Peter)
and Dolores Schmidt, Mildmay, ON., report a busy year and enjoyed
it all. Except for the grocery store closing down in town and the
consolidation of several area town governments including Mildmay,
Carreck, Culross and Teeswater. Town office moved to Teeswater...
John has been working on his family tree some, between horseshoe
seasons, and Dolores is working on her mother's side of the family,
the Moores. They now have four grandsons in the hockey playing business
and she gets to go to as many games as she can. They now boast 14
grandkids in all, and 2 great grandkids. (House of Peter)
and Nadine Lobsinger, Belleville, IL., dropped us their annual
Christmas card and wish season's greetings to Lobsingers "all
over the world." (House of Michel)
and Paula Schnarr, Sonora, CA., (firstname.lastname@example.org) tell us
their daughter Tara lives in Sacramento now with her two girls Ashlee
10, and Sierra, 7. Another daughter Tiffany is in Monterey and has
one youngster, Kristen, age 2 and a little bit. Michael is employed
by the California Department of Forestry and is now the Financial
Administrator for the Tuolumne-Calavares Ranger Unit. It is a change
from his fire fighting days, but he is enjoying learning some new
ropes. Paula is president of a locl charity, Christmas Partners,
that provides toys for needy children during the holidays. They
have their own website, designed for them by her niece, Sara Grambusch.
If you get a chance, take a look and sign their guest book at http://www.angelfire.com/ca3/partners/index.html.
Paula is also active in the local quilt guild and helps make quilts
for the local homeless shelter. Michael spends hisspare time working
on a little cabin up in the high country where they can get away
on week-ends, when it is not covered with snow. In order to get
there from December to April, they have to use snowmobiles. (House
Michael Lobsinger (email@example.com) on the internet
at a Michigan bird watching website. Turns out he is the son of
the late Clarence Lobsinger of Walkerton, ON. We already had him
on the books, but now he's also on the mailing list. Welcome aboard.
(House of Louis)
Lobsinger (firstname.lastname@example.org) has a new G3 Macintosh computer
and scanner, and we're waiting on him to email us some photos of
his first baby. We're just now getting his wedding story in the
newsletter... oh well, better late than never. His sister Caroline
and their parents are heading to Japan for their first visit with
Eric and Akiko since their daughter Ami Cameron arrived last March.
(House of Michel)
Lobsinger, (email@example.com), who is a newspaper editor
in Idaho and sister to Eric (above), sent us a couple of new addresses,
which we appreciate. In addition to news about Eric and Akiko's
new baby, she reports that her mom and dad, Ralph and Jacqueline
Lobsinger, celebrated their 40th anniversary on June 14, 1998. That
means by now they have also celebrated their 41st. Julie and Dana
Cummings have had another baby - Jenna Marie Cummings, born March
6, 1998. And Caroline completed her first year as managing editor
of the Shoshone News-Press in February. (House of Michel)
Lobsinger, (firstname.lastname@example.org) sent us word of the death of his
brother John Gerald Lobsinger in February. He also has taken up
the cause of assisting in raising donations for the WWII Memorial
to be constructed in Washington DC. Part of the project also is
a request for nominations to the Registry of Rememberances, intended
to honor those people who were part of that generation of servicemen
and women and others who served in some civic way. Anyone knowing
of a Lobsinger of that era worthy of such recognition should contact
Carl at the above e-mail address, or send them to our address (
P.O. Box 131, Newkirk, OK 74647) for forwarding to him. (House of
Gertrude Ludwig, Peterborough, ON., reports that on June 26-27
the family of Henry and Catherine (Fornwald) Ludwig's descendants
held a 50th Jubilee Celebration for her sisters, Sister Mary Ludwig,
and Sister Elizabeth Ludwig. Sister Mary entered the Sisters of
St. Joseph in Peterborough in 1948 and Sister Elizabeth joined in
1949. They decided to hold one celebration together with their family.
We're looking forward to some pictures of the occassion. (House
Rix sent us a card and short note with a check for the postal
fund. Thank you. (House of Peter)
and Giles Lobsinger, Stratford, ON., sent us an address change
for their son Michael Paul, and reports that he was married in September
1998 to Mary Kay Danneker. (House of Louis)
or so ago Richard Schneider, Arkansas City, KS., (which is
about 15 miles north of here) called me. He is related to Leo Ruetz
of Shanavon, SK. I'm not sure of the relationship because I didn't
take notes... but he's lived just a few miles from us for 20 years
before we found out. Leo put a bug in his ear about us, we suspect.
Joseph and Aurelina Lobsinger, Oakley, CA., (email@example.com)
emailed us some small photos of his family but there isn't enough
resolution in the screen images to reproduce here. We're hoping
for snail mail snapshots soon. (House of Michel)
and Darcy Dorion (firstname.lastname@example.org) want to hear from anyone
in the House of George. She's got the genealogy bug, too. She also
provided some missing dates for our database on the House of George
which we appreciate.
(Kraehling) Kroeger, Cambridge, ON., sent us a revised chart
on her Kraehling roots to correct some gaps and mistakes in our
data base. We appreciate the corrections. (House of Louis)
Kunkel, Pincher Creek, AB., helped us clear up some confusion
in her family tree, and that brought us up to date with that branch.
Lobsinger, (email@example.com) sent us his new e-mail address
and an announcement that he got married to Robyn last October 17th.
We're waiting on photos and story on that wedding, too. We also
put him on the mailing list since he's got his own place now in
Warren, MI. Jeremy is the son of Carl Francis Lobsinger. (House
Chute, Cambridge, ON., says she remembers as a small child her
Great Aunt Kate Fornwald coming in the summer to visit her family
from Saskatoon, SK. "Sometimes she would bring her daughters
with her. She was such a lovely lady, very quiet and peaceful and
we enjoyed her being round. There was great excitement when sometimes
we would see her arrive or leave by train from the Kitchener station....
Aunt Kate Fornwald was my grandmother's sister. " Jean is digesting
our charts on her family and trying to add some of the missing information
for us, with the help of her mother, Kathleen Kraehling, who is
now suffering from vision problems which makes it difficult to identify
old photos or documents. (House of Louis)
Lang, Calgary, AB., sent us his annual Christmas card and best
wishes for the year. (House of Peter)
and Martha Lobsinger, Waterloo, ON., (firstname.lastname@example.org) sent
an e-mail with their new electronic address as well as the regular
address, both of which we appreciate. (House of Louis)
K Lobsinger, Santa Rosa, CA., sent us a corrected address. Much
thanks. Next time send us some news about your life, too. I'm not
sure where in this forrest you belong, since I don't have a Rodney
K in my data base; only a Rodney R. Help us out, OK? (House of ?)
and Kay Lobsinger, Mt. Pleasant, MI., sent us lots of news from
the House of Joseph Carl. They celebrated their 50th Anniversary
on June 23, 1995; Eugene and Gertrude Lobsinger celebrated their
50th Anniversary on September 28, 1996, and Betty (Lobsinger) and
Chester Kozlowski also celebrated their 50th Anniversary on October
23, 1998. That's three 50th Anniversaries in the last few years
all in one family. George and Kay also brought us up to date on
their grandkid count: Coty Patrick was born August 25, 1997 to Gary
and Esther Lobsinger; Marcus David Beeson was born July 26, 1998
to Guy and Carrie (Lobsinger) Beeson. They also report that their
grandson Craig Lobsinger married Rebecca Rochefort on September
26, 1998 and their granddaughter Christine Heintz married Jeff Seigel
in Denver, CO., on October 10, 1998. (House of Joseph Carl)
Ann (Schnarr) Wilhelm, (email@example.com) sent us a change
of address for her parents, Cyril and Rita Schnarr. She says that
on December 8, 1998 her parents moved from their home of 40 years
in Waterloo to a lovely, spaciou seniors' apartment building. All
8 of their children left home and were married from that address
so there are many memories there. The youngest, Barb Zitars, and
her husband John, bought the house and are making it their home
with Joey and Jillian. They celebrated their first Christmas in
the family home on December 19 with the new decor and the energy
of children again living in the house, still full of feeling and
fond memories. It was a move that seems to be working well for everyone
Ann Wilhelm is the eldest daughter of Cyril and Rita Schnarr. She
lives on the shores of Lake Erie with her husband Bob and their
cat Lightning and dog Willie. Bob is a retired Chrysler employee
and she is a part time social worker in private practice. Currently
she also teahes social work at the University of Windsor. She also
enjoys photography and basket-weaving as hobbies. Bob had five grown
children before they married, and there are now 7 grandchildren
who manage to keep them busy. (House of Louis)
Stone, Metamora, MI., (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote us asking
for more information on the House of Joseph Carl Lobsinger. We sent
her what we know, and hopt to get some info back from her. (House
of Joseph Carl)
Lobsinger, Potter Valley, CA., sent us an address correction.
Now, the only thing we need to know is who is Terri related to?
Is she the daughter of Tom Lobsinger of Florida, or one of the other
families? We're lost on this one. (House of ??)
Pool Staffers For
the '99 Season at the Mildmay-Carrick, ON., Swimming Pool have been
named: (front, l - r) Mark Lobsinger, Josh Ellis, Jeremy Ellis,
Mark Lobsinger, (back l -r) Katie Durrer, Kaley Spence, and Katie
Kueneman. Mark and Mark Lobsinger are, of course, family, as is
Katie Kueneman. Mark (on right), and Kueneman are both Head Lifeguards.
Photo by Mildmay Town Crier.
J. Lobsinger, Seattle, WA., (mjlobsinger @yahoo.com) and Michael
R. Lobsinger, Wichita, KS., (email@example.com) got together
recently in Seattle for dinner and "a few beers." Both
are engineers for Boeing, and apparently had a great time together.
Mike J sent us his new address via Mike R., and we appreciate the
update. (House of George and Peter, respectively)
F. Lobsinger, Sr., Lake Worth, FL., (firstname.lastname@example.org) sent
us the information and photos above on his daughter Theresa and
her husband Brian Baker and their new baby. He also reports they
have moved into their new home in Miami, FL. (House of Peter)
Fronchak, (email@example.com) sent us his newest address change.
John's wife was the late Theresa Lobsinger, daughter of Edmund John
and Annabelle Denomme. John says he passes the newsletter on to
his children. (House of Louis)
Zitars, Waterloo, ON., (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote
to tell us of their move back into the family home as her parents,
Rita and Cyril Schnarr moved into a retirement home. (House of Louis)
Gerald Lobsinger of Warren, MI., died Saturday, February 6, 1999.
He had been suffering for two years from the effects of emphysema.
He was born August 31, 1944, the fourth child of Norman Peter and
Elizabeth (Leiterman) Lobsinger.
Gerald attended Detroit Public Schools, graduating in 1962 from
Pershing High School. He then worked in the industrial catering
business until he was drafted into the U.S. Army, where he served
two year, most of it in France.
married Carolyn Sue Coley shortly after his discharge from the service
and she gave birth to their daughter Amy, now 22, and son Robert,
now 19, of Warren MI. After 18 years the marriage dissolved but
he and Carolyn remained good friends who looked after each other.
will be remembered as an avid fisherman and an all night poker player,
but most of all for his devotion to his children who were the pride
of his life.
is also survived by his sister, Mrs. Helen (Lobsinger) Wilcox and
his brother Carl Lobsinger. Services were for immediate family only.
(House of Louis)
Eric Michael Lobsinger
- At the Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, June
22, 1999, David Eric Michael Lobsinger of 83 Broadway Street, Tillsonburg,
in his 13th year (Grade 6 student at Monsignor O'Neil School, Tillsonburg,
member of the Tillsonburg St. Paul's Third Scout Pack).
in Tillsonburg, September 6, 1986, much loved son and best friend
of Frank Lobsinger of Tillsonburg and Kim Lobsinger of Tillsonburg.
Loved brother and guardian angel of Amanda and Brent. Dear grandson
of Laurier and Verna Lobsinger of Kitchener, Harvey and Marie Mitchell
of Hanover and Havey and Eleanor Riley of Kitchener. Survived by
several aunts, uncles and cousins.
prayers were said Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. by Rev. Father Michael
Langan in the Verhoeve Funeral Home Chapel. Mass of the Angels was
celebrated at the St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 51 Venison Street
West, Tillsonburg on Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. by Rev. Father Michael
Langan. Reader was Mrs. Marg Beauchesne. Music was led by the St.
Mary's Folk Choir. Some leaders and members with the St. Paul's
3rd Scouts attended as a group. Fellow students and classmates served
as giftbearers for the mass. A thoughtful, kind and articulate "Letter
to David, My Brother" was written by Amanda Lobsinger and presented
by Mrs. Marg Beauchesne.
were Scoutmaster Maurice Goulet, Rick Beaumont, John Wilson and
Wayne Smith. Cremation followed. Interment later in the Tillsonburg
Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, the
Children Can Support Foundation, or the Children's Wish Foundation
can be conveniently arranged through the Verhoeve Funeral Home,
262 North Broadway, Tillsonburg.
life was lived very much as on ongoing celebration of the gift of
life and living. A good friend, a kind heart, David left a lasting
positive impression on the hearts, minds and lives of everyone he
came into contact with. He was energetic, enthusiastic, loved sports,
loved God and loved people; a peacemaker."
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