North American Donauschwaben Obituaries
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PA - USA
Est. 13 May 2009 by Dennis Bauer, publication
13 May 2009 at DVHH.org by Jody McKim Pharr.
08 Dec 2020
Joseph Lampert, 90, of Colorado
Springs, CO, died 16 August 2018.
Born 15 March 1928 in Palanka,
Yugoslavia, son of Adam and Anna
Haumann Lampert, husband of Ruth
Kroll. Surived by wife, son,
Wolfgang Lampert and his wife and
several other relatives. Came to
Cleveland, Ohio first in 1951 and
served during the Korean War.
Funeral services at Rock of Ages
Lutheran Church, Colorado Springs.
Palanka OSB #6609. Palankaer
November-December 2018 issue.
Charles LAMPL passed away
unexpectedly Sunday December 16,
2012 at home. He was 78 years old.
Chops was born in Regeant, North
Dakota on July 27, 1934 to Karl and
Lydia (Huether) Lampl. He graduated
from Model High School and worked
for several different railroads
beginning as a teligraph operator.
Chops married Marlene Kadrmas in
1956 and moved to Spokane, WA. Chops
moved his family to Sacramento, CA
in 1969 where he worked for Goodyear
Tire and Rubber Company for 30 years
until his retirement. Chops is
survived by a loving family, his
wife, Marlene, of 56 years, three
children, daughter Jackie (Charlie)
Slabaugh, sons David (Dolores) Lampl
and Michael Lampl, his brother,
Jerel (Penny) Lampl of Kodiak, AK,
Agnes (Jimmy) Tuite of Spokane, WA,
Paulette Horan of Spokane, WA, his 5
Slabaugh, Nicolas Lampl, Jacob Lampl
and Macie Lampl and one great
grandchild, Parker Wong. A Memorial
Service will be held at Herberger's
Elk Grove Funeral Chapel, 9101 Elk
Grove Blvd, Elk Grove, CA, Thursday
December 27th at 2 pm. Published in
Sacramento Bee on December 22, 2012.
Dolores Lampl (Chops'
William S. Lavundi, Ph.D., 72,
of Toms River, NJ, died 5 May
2010. Born 9 November 1937 in
Palanka, Yugoslavia, son of late
Emil & Maria Theresa Karl
Lavundi. Father of Jordan &
girlfriend Jennifer and life
partner of Philomena. Survived
by the Marx & Griesbach
families. Buried at Holy
Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham,
PA. Palanka OSB family
#5280 & 5283. The
Philadelphia Inquirer, 7
May 2010 issue.
January 13, 1966
to March 10,
2013 - With
passing of Alixes Leeb. She
is survived by
her mother and
Felicia Leeb; as
well as many
Alixes was born
and raised in
Calgary and then
worked for many
years at CP
Rail. Her zest
for life took
her to six of
her passions for
travel. She will
be dearly missed
by all whose
lives she has
Mass will be
(10827 - 24 St
SW) on Friday,
March 15, 2013
at 11:00 am.
Evan J. Strong
2013. Born 3
November 1921 in
daughter of late
& Adelheid Dietz
and wife of late
Franz Jakob, who
died in 1974.
Survived by son,
Frank Jakob and
OSB Family #4968.
Letsch, 88, of
died 11 August
2016. Born 29
October 1927 in
late Martin &
by wife Waltraut,
& Monila; son,
Peter Lindauer Sr. 91, passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 3, 2020, at his residence at Clare Estate Assisted Living, Bordentown, N.J. Born October 24, 1929 in Ciko, Hungary, Peter had been a Trenton area resident since emigrating to the United States from Germany with his family in March 1956. He was a retired member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America. Son of the late Josef and Margaretha Lindauer, he is survived by his sister Susanna of Breidenbach, Germany, his loving daughter and son in law Margit and Stephen Madola and grandsons James and Thomas Madola of Hamilton, N.J., his son Peter S. Lindauer and granddaughter Holly Marie Lindauer , as well as niece Monica Panholzer and nephews Eckhardt and Gunter Panholzer of
Germany. Peter was a life member of the German American Society of Trenton and was active in supporting all club activities. He was inducted into the German American Kickers Soccer Hall of Fame for his contributions as a team manager and member of the sports committee during the 1960's. He was an avid soccer fan as well as being a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies. He loved horses and every Saturday during the racing season he could be found on the rail at Philadelphia Park. Peter enjoyed the outdoors and his frequent walks in area parks and during his visits to Florida. Most importantly, he always looked forward to the company and supporting the activities of his beloved grandchildren. Peter's family extends their appreciation to the
administrators and staff of the Clare Estate for their accommodation and physical care during his residency. Most especially, we sincerely appreciate the dedication and assistance of the hospice nurses of Bayada Home Health Care in providing a caring and comforting environment for Peter. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Knott's Colonial Funeral Home, 2946 South Broad Street, Hamilton, N.J. Visitation hours will be from 5 to 7 pm Monday December 7, 2020 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests tax deductible contributions be made to the German American Society, 215 Uncle Pete's Road, Yardville N.J. 08620. Source: knottscolonialfuneralhome.com
George Linder, 91,
of Westville, OH, died 17
October 2011. Born in Palanka,
Yugoslavia on 15 November 1919.
Brother of Irma Offenbacher and
late Mada, Stefan, Michael &
Josef; uncle of Trudy, Peter,
Erich, Angela, Heidi, Erika,
Werner & Helga. Buried at Holy
Cross Cemetery. Palanka OSB
Family #6860. The Plain
Dealer, 19 October 2011 and
the Palankaer Heimatbrief,
November-December 2011 issue.
Abt Linz born in Linz, Austria
in 1952 and died September 11,
2013. Her father, Johann (Hans)
Abt, b. 1927, Semelzi, Croatia -
d. 1997; her mother, Maria
Hoffmann Abt, b. 1932, Kechinci,
Croatia, d. 2012; both active
members of the Milwaukee
"Hermi" Abt Linz, the DVHH
Slavonia Village Coordinator for
Keschinzi & Semelzi, since 2007.
Burger (nee Marianna Litter), of
Trenton, NJ, died 10 July 1950.
[Born in Palanka,
Austria-Hungary]. Survived by
grandchildren, Mrs. Anna
McMannus of Yardville Heights,
NJ, Fred Bakter of Trenton &
Joseph Bakter of Trenton. Buried
at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery,
Hamilton, NJ. Palanka OSB Family
#1720 & 6905. The Trenton
Evening Times, 10 & 11
July 1950 issues.
Katherine Loch Sterling, 50, of
Lahaska, PA, died 12 June 1970.
Born in Fallsington, PA, wife of
Paul C. Sterling. Also survived
by sons, Wayne R. Sterling, of
Mechanicsville, Paul S. & Newton
Sterling, both of Absecon, NJ
and David Sterling, of
Fallsington; daughter, Mrs.
Lillian S. Taylor, of
Fallsington; mother, Mrs. Katie
Loch [Palankaer]; brothers,
Anthony Loch, of Morrisville,
PA, John Loch, Jr., of Fairless
Hills, PA, Joseph Loch, of Lower
Makefield Township, PA and
Francis & William Loch, both of
Yardley, PA; sisters, Mrs.
William Lord, of Robbinsville,
NJ, Mrs. Theodore Yeggle, of
Levittown, PA, Mrs. George
Hackett & Mrs. James Coyne, both
of Yardley and Miss Barbara
Loch, of Fairless Hills; 18
grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews. Buried at Newtown
Cemetery, Newtown, PA. Palanka
OSB Family #4873. The Sunday
Times Advertiser, 14 June
(Lawrence) Anton Lorenz, 84, of Levittown, PA,
died 12 November 1970. [Born in Palanka,
Austria-Hungary]. Husband of late Katherine Guth
Lorenz. Survived by sons, Joseph Lorenz of
Robbinsville, NJ & Jacob Lorenz of Levittown,
PA; daughters, Mrs. Mary Brunn & Mrs. Ann Durkee,
both of Trenton, NJ, Mrs. Katherine Holmes &
Mrs. Evelyn Kallipos, both of Levittown, Mrs.
Helen Martino & Miss Terry Lawrence, both of
Tampa, Fl. Buried 14 November 1970 at
Riverview Cemetery, Trenton, NJ. Palanka OSB
Family #3816 & 6941. The Bucks County Courier
Times, 13 November 1970 issue.
LORENZ - Julius Lorenz of Glendale died
on November 12, 2001 at the age of 91. A native
of Werbas, Yugoslavia, he was the beloved
husband of Susanna, devoted father of Dieter
Lorenz; also survived by one grandchild and two
great-grandchildren. Services were held at the
Morton Funeral Home/Ridgewood Chapels, 663
Grandview Avenue, Ridgewood, followed by
interment in Lutheran/All Faiths Cemetery. Times
Newsweekly, Ridgewood, NY, November 15, 2001.
Submitted by Noelle Giesse.
- Susanna Lorenz of Ridgewood died on March 9
2002 at the age of 84. A native of Werbas,
Yugoslavia, she was the widow of the late
Julius, devoted mother of Dieter; also survived
by one grandchild and two great-grandchildren.
Services were held at the Morton Funeral
Home/Ridgewood Chapels, 663 Grandview Avenue,
Ridgewood, followed by interment in Lutheran/All
Faiths Cemetery. December 13, 2007 Times
Newsweekly, Ridgewood, NY, March 14, 2002.
Submitted by Noelle Giesse.
LOTZ (nee Weber), Mrs. Maria - of Delhi,
passed away at Norfolk General Hospital, Simcoe
on Friday, March 8, 2013 in her 89th year. Maria
was born in Katymar (Batschka). A member of Our
Lady, Queen of Martyrs C.W.L. A former member of
the Delhi German Home Ladies Auxiliary and a
former volunteer at the Delhi Nursing Home. The
former Maria Weber, beloved wife of Late Mathew
Pencz (1973) and Late Martin Lotz (1986). Dear
mother of Frank Pencz (wife Irene), Tillsonburg.
Loving grandmother of Lorrie Corbeth (husband
Nevil), Oakville and Michael Pencz (wife
Charlene), Belmont. Cherished great-grandmother
of Luke Corbeth, Brett Corbeth, Connor Pencz and
Alec Pencz. Maria is also survived
by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her
parents Andrew and Magdalena (Rau) Weber and by
her brother and sister-in-law Mathew and Mary
Weber. A Funeral Mass was be held at Our Lady,
Queen of Martyrs Church, Delhi on Wednesday,
March 13, 2013 with Rev. Fr. Alan Dufraimont
officiating. Interment in Delhi Cemetery.
Donations to the Delhi Community Health Centre
or the Charity of One's Choice will be
gratefully appreciated by the family. Submitted
by Eileen Wilson.
LUSCH Josef Lusch, 88, of
North Port, FL, died 29 July 2012. Formerly of
Cleveland, OH. Born 6 October 1923 [Palanka,
Yugoslavia. Husband of Rosina Mayer Lusch].
Palanka OSB Family #7038. Sarasota
Herald-Tribute, 2 August 2012 issue and the
Palankaer Heimatbrief, June 2013 issue.
LUX - Katharina Lux
Tajbel, 92, of Eugene, OR, died 27 October 2003.
Born in Mlinska, Austria-Hungary, on Sept. 20,
1911, to Jakob and Katharina (Ferber) Lux. She
married Josef Tδubel (Tajbel) of Franztal-Zemun,
Yugoslavia, on Nov. 25, 1930. She is survived by
three children, Hilda Giles, Esther Mitchell of
Canada, and Ingrid Stopp; and seven
grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Lane
Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home, Eugene, is in
charge of arrangements. The Register-Guard, 2
Nov. 2003, with corrections by Ingrid Stopp and
Esther Mitchell, 20 Aug. 2011. Submitted by
Adrianna Stopp Beech (grand-daughter).
08 Dec 2020