30 Nov 2020
TEICHMANN – Franklin
Russell Teichmann, 9, of Bordentown, NJ, died 2 July 1986.
Survived by parents, Erwin & Madaline R. Teichmann; brother,
Paul Teichmann of Bordentown; maternal grandmother,
Madaline Rickard of Florence, AL; paternal grandparents,
Gabriel [Palankaer] & Katherine Teichmann of Jacksonville,
FL. Buried at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hamilton, NJ. Palanka
OSB Family #11875. The Times, 3 July 1986 issue.
TEICHMANN – Sophie
Jacksonville, Springfield Township, NJ passed away Tuesday,
Feb. 7, 2017, at her home surrounded by her family. She was
88. Sophie was born in Batschka-Palanka, Yugoslavia, and
came to America in 1949. Sophie and her late husband,
Nicholas David, raised their family on a dairy farm located
in Springfield. Sophie was a loving and outstanding mother
and Oma, an avid gardener, and wonderful cook. She was a
life member of the German-American Society of Yardville,
N.J., an organization she loved very much. Sophie is
survived by her four children, Diana Grover (Warren) of
Pemberton Township, Rosemary Molton of Westampton Township,
Annette Knighten (Tony) of Springfield Township, and Kenneth
David of Springfield Township; four grandchildren, David
Molton of Mount Laurel, Venessa Flohr (Bob) of Middletown,
Del., Robert Waite of Springfield Township, and Eric Waite
of Sturgis, Mich. She also is survived by many nieces and
OSB#11875. Burlington County Times, 9 February 2017 issue.
Joseph Thiel COLUMBUS - Joseph Thiel, 75, of Columbus passed
away Monday at home, surrounded by his loving family. Mr.
Thiel was born in Filipovo, Yugoslavia. He immigrated to the
United States from Germany on Oct. 28, 1955. He was a
resident of Yardville for most of his life before moving to
Columbus in 2003. He became a citizen and proudly served in
the US Army. He retired from Sanlar Corp. as a tool-and-die
maker in 2000. He was a life member of the German American
Society where he was past president; he served on the board
of directors and as secretary of the GAK Soccer Association.
A parishioner of St. Vincent DePaul Church in Yardville, Mr.
Thiel enjoyed watching soccer and was a fan of the Phillies
and Eagles. Son of the late Simon and Anna (Reger) Thiel, he
is survived by his wife, Barbara (Hoenisch) Thiel; they
would have been married 50 years this May. He also leaves
his son and daughter-in-law, Edward and Robin Thiel of
Hamilton Square; daughter and son-in- law, Brenda and
Vincent Tripicchio of Moorestown, NJ; four grandchildren,
Caitlin and Ryan Thiel, and Emma and Vincent Tripicchio; two
sisters, Rose Menning of Yardville and Elizabeth Calasso and
Irving Teichmann of Columbus. Also surviving are brothers-
in-law and sisters-in-law, Valentine and Elizabeth Hoenish
and Joseph and Katherine Hoenisch, all of Yardville; two
aunts, Elizabeth Beismann and Maria Friedrich, and several
nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11
a.m. Friday at St. Vincent DePaul Church, Yardville.
Interment will be in Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery. Relatives
and friends may call Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. and Friday
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Knott's Colonial Funeral Home,
2946 South Broad St. Hamilton. Memorial contributions may be
made to St. Vincent DePaul Church, 555 Yardville Allentown
Road, Yardville NJ 08620 or to Parkinson's Disease
Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York, NY 10018.
Theresa Thomas of Middle Village died on March 11, 2007 at the age of 92. A
native of Sekitsch, Yugoslavia. Interment on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at
Linden Hill Cemetey. Times Newsweekly, Ridgewood, NY. Submitted by Noelle
(Tiffenbach) – Jacob Tiefenbach, 91, of Hollywood, FL, died
3 March 2010. Born in [Palanka] Yugoslavia. Survived by
children, John, Peter, Stephen, Chris & Eric; grandchildren,
Lauren & Timothy, Brooke and sister-in-law, Christine.
Buried at Hollywood Memorial Gardens. Palanka OSB Family
#12149. Social Security Death Index and the ,
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, 6 March 2010 issue.
(Tiefenbach)– Frank J. Tiffenbach, 90, of Hamilton
Township, NJ, died 28 February 2014. Son of late Sebastian &
Theresa Alt Tiffenbach [Palankaers] and husband of late
Josephine J. Bac Tiffenbach. Father of late James
Tiffenbach & brother of late Elizabeth Garsky. Survived by
sons & daughters-in-law, Steven F. & Elaine Tiffenbach of
Highlands Ranch, CO and David J. & Eileen T. Tiffenbach of
South Plainfield, NJ; daughters & sons-in-law, Susan E. &
William Cirullo of Pennington, NJ and Judy t. & Michael
Balint of Robbinsville, NJ; seven grandchildren; three
Great-Granddaughters and several nieces & nephews. Buried at
St. Hedwig’s Cemetery, Ewing, NJ. Palanka OSB Family #12143.
The Times, 1 March 2014 issue.
– Theresa Tillman Oswald, 74, of Trenton, NJ, died
5 August 1935. Widow of George Oswald, survived by
daughters, Mrs. Catherine Keller, of Trenton, Mrs. Theresa
Miller & Mrs. Rose Shoemaker, of Austria; step-daughters,
Mrs. Eva Schumney, of Austria & Mrs. Mary Pohl, of Chicago,
IL; step-sons, Joseph Oswald, of Trenton and Anthony &
Gregory Oswald, of Austria; brothers, Florian & Martin
Tillman, of Austria; sister, Mrs. Frances Zoss, of Trenton;
nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Buried at
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hamilton, NJ. Palanka OSB Family
#634 & 8492. The Trenton Evening Times, 6 August
TITZLER - Theresa
Titzler Samson, 88, of Campbellford, ON and formerly of Kitchener-Waterloo,
ON, died on July 20, 1991 at Campbellford Memorial Hospital. Born in the
Banat in Traunau (Alunis), Austria-Hungary (Romania) on December 28, 1903 to
the late Barbara Schankula and Franz Titzler. Survived by her husband, Frank
Samson of Campbellford, ON, whom she married at Our Lady of Peace Church in
Niagara Falls,on April 27, 1935. Survived also by her son, James of Toronto,
Caroline (Mrs. Larry Halk) of Newmarket, Barbara (Mrs. Hank Willis) of
Campbellford, and Terry (Mrs. John Adach) of Mississauga, and six
grandchildren, Janet and Christopher Samson, Sara and Stephen Halk, and
Jennifer and John Adach. Buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, Campbellford.
Campbellford Herald and Kitchener-Waterloo Record, July, 1991.
Joseph A. Vas, 84, of Whiting, NJ, died 13 May 2013. Born in
Trenton, NJ, raised in Hungary, returned to Trenton, NJ,
resided in Bucks County, PA for 39 years before moving to
Whiting in 2003. Son of late Kalman & Magdalena Vas [Palankaers]
and father, of late Victor Vas. Survived by wife, Marie
Mayer Vas; son & daughter-in-law, Joseph K. & Marlene Vas
of Montgomeryville, PA; brothers & sisters-in-law, Rose
Kernast, Anna Hahn, Nicholas & Sally Mayer; several nieces,
nephews and cousins. Buried at Memorial Colonial Park
Cemetery. Palanka OSB family #7613. The Times, 16
May 2013 issue.