Newspaper SCHMIDT: Joseph, [29 Oct (1873)-6 July 1942] 1941, S. beloved husband of Emilie (nee Holk), father of Ervin Schmidt and Lillian Shervis, father-in-law of Dorothy Schmidt and John Shervis; also survived by 3 grandchildren, 1 brother, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and other relatives; passed away Monday, July 6, 1942, at the age of 68 years. The immediate cause of his death was consumption brought on by a throat disease. He had been under a doctors care the last two years. Schmitt decorated and fashioned stained glass windows for some of the leading churches in America, including Sacred Heart Church, Tampa, Fla., Trinity Episcopal Church, Columbus, Ga., and St. He was a leader in reviving ancient fresco techniques for Church murals and medieval style and stained glass. Schmitt believed that every church should be decorated as a unit, with one artist making both the decorations and the stained glass windows so that an essential harmony of style would be maintained. from 1950 to 1952, and he was a charter member of the Kiwanis Inter-national , the Milwaukee Society of Decorators and St. She was a member of Brookfield United Methodist Church. Services were Aug 15 and burial was in Good Hope Cemetery.
Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page Source: Unknown, likely Milw. Muskego av., Tuesday, 3 p.m., till Thursday, 10 a.m.; in church at 11 a.m. Appeared in Cedarburg News Feb 7, 1883 Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page OBITUARY We have already noticed in the last No. SMITH (should be SCHMIDT), Esq., of Grafton, which occurred at half past seven o'clock on 29th of last month surrounded by his family. 43rd St., died of a heart ailment Sunday t his home, 8212 Rocky Way, Wauwatosa. He received the craftsmanship award of the Baltimore (Md.) Building Congress for stained glass windows he installed in the Old Baltimore Cathedral. He was president of the American Stained Glass Assoc.
John Foster Officiating Rio Rancho United Methodist Church Interment Vista Verde Memorial Park, Fresno, CA Source: Milwaukee Herold und Seebote, Translated and submitted by Gary/see contribributors page Died on Saturday, 19 October, 1901. Newark Advocate (Newark OH) December 29, 1838; Issue 19; col F The Milwaukee Sentinel of the 6th inst. The circumstances attending the death of the child were heart rending indeed.
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July 22nd, age 75 years, beloved husband of Margaret (nee Lohse).
The Milwaukee Journal Wednesday June 27, 1956 Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page SCHEER: Joseph, formerly of 1811 W. 60th st., passed away Tues., June 26, aged 63 years, beloved husband of Agnes (nee Bartlein), dear father of Sylvester J., Joseph H., and Robert M. Johanna Jacobs and Jack Scheer, both of Milwaukee, and Mrs.
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