|Father||Lawrence Herman Baumhover (August 29, 1898 - April 10, 1957)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Wiedemeier (November 23, 1898 - May 27, 1956)|
|Birth*||8 June 1923||Mildred Baumhover was born on 8 June 1923, at Carroll County, Iowa.|
|She was the daughter of Lawrence Herman Baumhover and Elizabeth Wiedemeier.|
|Marriage*||3 July 1945||Mildred Baumhover married Merlin Charles Schelle, son of Charles Gregory Schelle and Mary Ann Goecke, on 3 July 1945, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa.|
|Death*||20 March 2018||Mildred Baumhover died on 20 March 2018, at Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa, at age 94.|
|Misc*||She was remembered in an obituary from the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, Iowa.|
Mildred Schelle, 94 of Breda, died Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at St. Anthony Nursing Home in Carroll.
Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 24, 2018, at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church in Breda. The Celebrant will be Fr. Mark Stoll. Music will be by Marilyn Hundling, the St. Bernard’s Choir, with Nathan Schelle as soloist. Lectors will be Nina Grasse, Jenna Peterson, and Kara Kidney. Gift Bearers will be Billy Paul and Michelle Felder. Honorary Casket Bearers will be Mildred’s Great-Grandchildren. Casket Bearers will be Tonya Erickson, Tony Schelle, Tina Watts, Mera Lonsdorf, Nicholas Schelle, Nathan Schelle, and Noah Schelle. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. The Carroll Catholic Daughters of the America’s and the Breda American Legion Auxiliary will form an honor guard for the funeral mass.
Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Breda after 4 p.m. on Friday, where there will be a Catholic Daughters of the America’s Rosary prayed at 5 p.m., and a Christian Wake Service will be held at 6:30 p.m. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Sharp Funeral Home in Breda, and online condolences may be left for Mildred’s family at www.sharpfuneral.com.
Mrs. Schelle was born on June 8, 1923, at Carroll, Iowa, she was the daughter of Lawrence and Elizabeth (Wiedemeier) Baumhover. She grew up in Carroll, and graduated from St. Angela’s Academy in Carroll. After her formal education Mildred worked at Woolworth’s in Carroll.
On July 3, 1945, Mildred was united in marriage to Merlin Schelle at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Carroll. After their marriage the couple farmed near Manson, then north of Halbur, and later west of Breda, before moving into Breda in 1978. They owned and operated the Breda Hardware Store for many years. Mildred was also a devoted homemaker, and will be remembered as a seamstress who made beautiful garments for her family, and anyone who called upon her. She enjoyed maintaining her plentiful garden, square-dancing, polka dancing, and singing in the St. Bernard’s Choir. Mildred was a member of the Carroll Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Breda American Legion Auxiliary, St. Bernard’s Parish, and Ladies Guild.
Left to celebrate Mildred’s life are her children: Kathy Funk of Trinity, NC, Barb (Kyle) Kidney Pardeeville, WI, Linda (Dennis) Johnston of Carroll, Charlie (Karen) Schelle of Ft. Dodge, and Mike (Bonnie) Schelle of Boone; 15 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, 4 great-great grandchildren; her siblings: Kenneth (Katie) Baumhover of Maple River, and Mary Feldmann of Carroll; her sisters-in-law, and brothers-in-law: Joyce Baumhover of Carroll, Dean Polking of Ft. Dodge, Lois Roets of Des Moines, Ronald (Pat) Schelle of Pfafftown, NC, Mary Schelle of Cedar Falls, Rosella Schelle of Carroll, as well as many nieces, nephews, and other extended relatives.
Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Merlin in 2009, her siblings: Vince (Bonnie) Baumhover, Helen (Patrick) Shannon, Dorothy (Lawrence) Wegman, Larry Baumhover, and Lois Polking; her brothers-in-law, and sisters-in-law: Bob Feldmann, Wayne Schelle, Wilmer (Marita) Schelle, Jean (Lenus) Thelen, Norma (Fred) Kennebeck, Nyle Schelle, and Phil Roets.
|Burial*||She was buried at St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.|
Fred Raymond Kennebeck
|Father||William Kennebeck (August 16, 1894 - December 5, 1974)|
|Mother||Josephine M. Werner (October 16, 1896 - March 6, 1975)|
|Birth*||30 August 1927||Fred Raymond Kennebeck was born on 30 August 1927, at Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa.|
|He was the son of William Kennebeck and Josephine M. Werner.|
|Marriage*||7 September 1948||Fred Raymond Kennebeck married Norma E. Schelle, daughter of Charles Gregory Schelle and Mary Ann Goecke, on 7 September 1948, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, Breda, Carroll County, Iowa.|
|Death*||26 November 1997||Fred Raymond Kennebeck died on 26 November 1997, at Carroll County, Iowa, at age 70.|
|Norma E. Schelle (November 29, 1928 - June 25, 2012)|
|Children||1.||James C. Kennebeck|
|8.||Joyce I. Kennebeck|
|11.||Andrew M. Kennebeck+|
|12.||Dean F. Kennebeck+|
|Birth*||23 November 1921||Philip Roets was born on 23 November 1921.|
|Death*||29 October 2002||He died on 29 October 2002, at Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, at age 80.1|
|Lois F. Schelle|
- [S7] Social Security Death Index, as seen on FamilySearch.org, 395-20-4899.
Brad Lee Julian
|Mother||Sue (Mrs. Jeff) Julian|
|Charts||Descendants of Johan Henrich Köster (c. 1712)|
|Birth*||23 June 1979||Brad Lee Julian was born on 23 June 1979, at Great Bend, Barton County, Kansas.|
|He was the son of Jeff Julian and Sue (Mrs. Jeff) Julian.|
|Death*||12 July 2008||Brad Lee Julian died on 12 July 2008, at Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, at age 29.|
|Misc*||He was remembered in an obituary in the Woodward News, Woodward, Oklahoma.|
Brad Lee Julian
Brad Lee Julian, 29, of Kingfisher, Oklahoma passed away Saturday, July 12, 2008, at Kingfisher Regional Hospital after an extended illness. Brad was born June 23, 1979, to Jeff and Sue Julian. He spent his childhood in Great Bend, Kansas and Woodward, Oklahoma, where he completed high school graduating in 1997.He was the first of two children born to the Julian’s and was a special big brother to his sister Carry. He enjoyed tennis and boating through his teen years.
After completing high school, Brad attended Oklahoma State University, graduating in the College of Engineering. After graduation in 2002, he secured a position with Exxon Mobil Corporation. While visiting his sister, Brad was introduced to Sarah Post and after a short courtship, Brad and Sarah were united in marriage on Saturday, June 19, 2004. After their wedding, they moved to Houston. They loved living in Houston. It was the beginning foundation of their marriage, their first home and great friends and neighbors. Eager to embrace life together they both began new jobs. Sarah a classroom teacher and Brad working in the oil production business.
About a year and a half into their marriage, it was discovered that Brad was suffering from heart disease. Brad’s heart disease did not stop him from work, many acts of kindness and his loving devotion to his family. As things progressed with this illness, Brad and Sarah moved back to Oklahoma to be close to family and friends for much needed support.
On December 30, 2007, they were blessed with an addition to their small family. Elizabeth Marie was the light of her Daddy’s life. Brad knew his time was at hand. He expressed that if he had it all to do over again, he wouldn't change a thing. He had grown in his faith as his disease progressed. Even though his body was waning, his spiritual health was very well. Brad was preceded in death by his grandmother, Kay Krauter, and his grandfather, Sonny Julian.
He is survived by his wife, Sarah along with their infant daughter Elizabeth, of the home; his parents, Jeff and Sue Julian of Woodward, Oklahoma; a sister, Carry Treat and her husband Sam of Tulsa, Oklahoma; his grandmother, Natha Julian of Great Bend, Kansas; his mother and father-in-law, David and Paula Post of Kingfisher, Oklahoma: a sister-in-law, Stacy Winkler and her husband Jake of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
|Burial*||He was buried at Clear Creek Cemetery, Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.|