Obituary Record

William Hoeneman
Died on 1/12/1973
Buried in God's Acre (St. Paul's) Cemetery

Buried in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Arlington

Published in Pilot Tribune on 22 January 1973


Services for William Hoeneman, 83, of rural Nickerson were Monday, January 15th, at 2:00 P.M. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Arlington. He died Friday, January 12, at his home.

He was born August 10, 1889, at St. Louis, Missouri and was baptized August 25, 1889, at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church and confirmed April 5, 1903, at Drake, Missouri. He came to work in Nebraska in 1911. On March 3, 1920, he married Olga Schmidt of Leslie, Missouri and since has resided in the Arlington vicinity as a farmer. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the American Legion Post 71 of Arlington. He was a veteran of World War I.

Survivors include his wife; six children, Mrs. Curtis (Wilma) Schafer, Nickerson; Marvin, Craig; Raymond, at home; Elmer, Omaha; Elna, Denver, Colorado; and Mrs. Gerald (Florence ) Kuss, Fremont; four sisters; Mrs. Minnie Wray and Mrs. Edwin (Regina) Wehmeyer, both of Rosebud, Missouri; Mrs. Harlan (Flora) Rice of Owensville, Missouri, and Mrs. Richard (Lydia) Sanders, Van Nuys, California; one brother, Paul, Rosebud, Missouri; and 10 grandchildren.

Burial was in the church cemetery with the Rev. Donald Gesterling officiating.

Pallbearers were Harold Schafer, Kent Hoeneman, Gary Hoeneman, Dean Schmidt, Donald Lottman, and Delvin Westerman.

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In Memory of William H. Hoeneman; Born August 10, 1889 St. Louis, Missouri

Entered into rest Jan. 12, 1973 at his home, R.R. Nickerson, Neb.

Services held 2:00 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, 1973 St. Paul's Lutheran Church; Clergyman-Rev. Donald Gesterling

Music: Congregation will sing Hymn #376 "Rock of Ages;" Choir "The Lord's My Shepherd;" Congregation will sing Hymn #345 "Jesus Lover of My Soul" and Hymn #457 "What a Friend We have in Jesus"

Organist Mr. George Bluma

Burial in Church Cemetery

Military graveside services will be conducted by Arlington Anmerican Legion Post #71

PALLBEARERS Kent Hoeneman, Gary Hoeneman, Delvin Westerman, Dean Schmidt, Donald Lottman, Harold Schafer

Following graveside services lunch will be served for close friends and relatives in the parish hall.

William H. Hoeneman was born August 10, 1889 in St. Louis, Missouri and baptized August 25, 1889 and confirmed April 5, 1903, Zion Lutheran Church, Drake, Missouri.

Mr. Hoeneman came to Nebraska in 1911 and on March 3, 1920 he was joined in Holy Matrimony with Olga Schmidt of Leslie, Missouri and since this time they have resided in the Arlington vicinity.

He is survived by his wife, Olga; 6 children, Mrs. Curtis (Wilma) Schafer, Elna Hoeneman, Mrs. Gerald (Florence) Kuss, Marvin, Raymond and Elmer; 10 grandchildren, 4 sisters and 1 brother.

See website Find-A-Grave, Memorial 51291241

Printed in the Washington County Pilot-Tribune on 1/22/1973