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DVHH Remembers
"Those No Longer with us"

Volunteers, Contributors, Members & Friends

Last Updated: 02 Mar 2019

 

Bratsko, Harold

CO, USA

1944-2016 Long time DVHH Member/Supporter

Busch, John

 

2003-2018 Long time Volunteer/Regional & Village Coordinator

Deak, William "Bill" Harold

 

1923-2003 Remembering Bill

Grimm, Johann "Hans" 

DEU

1929-2012 Researchers Friend Remembered

Hajdu, Eva Capdebo, 

 

1952-2010 Obit

Hunsinger, Jakob

OH, USA

1934-2012 A special friend to DVHH. Read more.

Jones, Maxine Schwellinger

WA, USA

1938-2012 Tribute to Maxine

Kopp, Hans OH, USA 1935-2018 Obit

Kirchner, Rudy

CAN

1933-2008 Rudy Remembered | Obit

Linz, Hermine "Hermi" Abt

AR, USA

1952-2013 Remembering "Hermi"

Miller, Mike 

GA, USA

1942-2003 Read more about Mike

Rohr, Robert

Mün, DEU

1922-2008 Renown Danube Swabian Music Historian, Composer &  Author, b. 1922, Werschetz, Banat, d. 2008, München, DE

Stephan, Heinrich DEU

Born  October 31, 1928, Bulkes & died on 18 May 2016, Karlsruhe, Germany at 88 years old. His personal Bulkes Flight MemoriesDVHH Bulkes Village Coordinator 2004-2016.

You are my God!
My time is in your hands.
Save me from the hand of my enemy
And from those who pursue me.

(Psalm 715.1)

Tissl Turkalak, Anni

PA, USA

1923-2015 Died at age 92, Mar. 31, 1923 - Apr. 16, 2015, Member of St. Sylvester Catholic Church.  Special interview: Survivor Story: Anni Tissl Turkalak

Wolfram, Barbara Scheuer

 

1937-2005 "In Memory of Barbara" | Obit

Bedö-Zollner, Anton

 

1935-2009 Anton was a friend to DVHH early on. Read more.

Published 13 Jun 2016 at DVHH.org by Jody McKim Pharr

Last updated: 02 Mar 2019
 


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