Mandan News

Obituaries May 9, 2014

Thomas Schlosser
D O schlosserThomas A. Schlosser, 62, Mandan, died April 29, 2014, at his home with his family by his side.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, May 2, 2014, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Mandan, with the Rev. Shane Campbell as celebrant. Burial will be at North Dakota Veterans Cemetery with Military Honors provided by the Mandan VFW Post no.707 and American Legion Post no.40.

Tom was born on Nov. 18, 1951, to JP and Rose (Bauer) Schlosser in Mandan. He was raised and educated in Mandan. He was in the United States Navy from 1969-1975. Upon his honorable discharge he returned to Mandan, where he married Maggie Leingang on Sept. 12, 1975, in Mandan. They made their home in Mandan where they raised their three daughters. Tom worked for Front Street Mill Works as a carpenter for over 20 years. He was a very talented craftsman and did many of the specialty and service work for Front Street during his career.

Tom’s family was central in his life. Very important to him, especially, was his grandson, Hunter. He also looked forward to “Brother Breakfast,” which were a special time to be with his family. Family gatherings were usually large in number and with generous amounts of food. He was a very reserved, soft spoken man, but when he spoke it was usually important and people paid attention to what he had to say. Tom enjoyed gardening and traveling to South Dakota and Nevada. He was a member of the Mandan Moose Club and the Mandan Eagles.

Tom will be deeply missed by his loving wife, Maggie, of 38 years; daughters, Stephanie (Randall) Stoeberl, Spring Creek, Nev., Tiffany Schlosser, Mandan, and Britnie (Joel) Thieschafer, Champlin, Minn.; 1 grandson, Hunter Stoeberl, Spring Creek, Nev.; sisters, Dot Frohlich, Mandan, Marlene (Donald) Geiger, Mandan, Carol Kuntz, Bismarck, Geri (Gary) Jorde, Mandan, Shirley (Dan) Voigt, Flasher, Mary Lou (Sparky) Pulkrabek, Mandan and Jackie (Calvin) Schmidt, Mandan; brothers, Ron(Virginia), Mandan, Les (Margaret), Eagle Creek, Ore., Bob (Diane), Mandan, Lee (Gloria), Mandan, Perry (Bonnie),Mandan, Bill (Gayle), St. Anthony and Rick (Doris) Schlosser, Mandan; brothers-in-law, Luke Leingang, Leonard Leingang, Robert Leingang all from Mandan and Bob Thomas of Bismarck along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents; his mother-in-law, Barbara Liengang; brother Dennis; brother –in-law, John Frohlich and sister-in-law, Theresa Thomas.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to nieces, Robin Axtmann and Shelly Thompson along with special friends, JoAnn Wetsch and Ken and Lori Kottsick for all their love and support during Tom’s illness.

Memorials are preferred to Sanford Hospice or the Bismarck Cancer Center

Go to www.weigelfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook and view tribute photos.

Thomas Schlosser
D O manThomas A. Schlosser, 62, Mandan, died April 29, 2014, at his home with his family by his side.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, May 2, 2014, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Mandan, with the Rev. Shane Campbell as celebrant. Burial will be at North Dakota Veterans Cemetery with Military Honors provided by the Mandan VFW Post no.707 and American Legion Post no.40.

Tom was born on Nov. 18, 1951, to JP and Rose (Bauer) Schlosser in Mandan. He was raised and educated in Mandan. He was in the United States Navy from 1969-1975. Upon his honorable discharge he returned to Mandan, where he married Maggie Leingang on Sept. 12, 1975, in Mandan. They made their home in Mandan where they raised their three daughters. Tom worked for Front Street Mill Works as a carpenter for over 20 years. He was a very talented craftsman and did many of the specialty and service work for Front Street during his career.

Tom’s family was central in his life. Very important to him, especially, was his grandson, Hunter. He also looked forward to “Brother Breakfast,” which were a special time to be with his family. Family gatherings were usually large in number and with generous amounts of food. He was a very reserved, soft spoken man, but when he spoke it was usually important and people paid attention to what he had to say. Tom enjoyed gardening and traveling to South Dakota and Nevada. He was a member of the Mandan Moose Club and the Mandan Eagles.

Tom will be deeply missed by his loving wife, Maggie, of 38 years; daughters, Stephanie (Randall) Stoeberl, Spring Creek, Nev., Tiffany Schlosser, Mandan, and Britnie (Joel) Thieschafer, Champlin, Minn.; 1 grandson, Hunter Stoeberl, Spring Creek, Nev.; sisters, Dot Frohlich, Mandan, Marlene (Donald) Geiger, Mandan, Carol Kuntz, Bismarck, Geri (Gary) Jorde, Mandan, Shirley (Dan) Voigt, Flasher, Mary Lou (Sparky) Pulkrabek, Mandan and Jackie (Calvin) Schmidt, Mandan; brothers, Ron(Virginia), Mandan, Les (Margaret), Eagle Creek, Ore., Bob (Diane), Mandan, Lee (Gloria), Mandan, Perry (Bonnie),Mandan, Bill (Gayle), St. Anthony and Rick (Doris) Schlosser, Mandan; brothers-in-law, Luke Leingang, Leonard Leingang, Robert Leingang all from Mandan and Bob Thomas of Bismarck along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents; his mother-in-law, Barbara Liengang; brother Dennis; brother –in-law, John Frohlich and sister-in-law, Theresa Thomas.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to nieces, Robin Axtmann and Shelly Thompson along with special friends, JoAnn Wetsch and Ken and Lori Kottsick for all their love and support during Tom’s illness.

Memorials are preferred to Sanford Hospice or the Bismarck Cancer Center

Go to www.weigelfuneral.com to sign the online guestbook and view tribute photos.

Vernon Tschider
photo-0bit tschiderVernon R. Tschider, 80, Mandan, entered eternal life on May 2, 2014, in the comfort of his home with his loving wife Delorse by his side.

Memorial services was held on May 7, at First Lutheran Church, Mandan, with the Rev. Lee Herberg officiating. Burial was at the Mandan Union Cemetery.

Vernon was born on Oct. 27, 1933, in Bismarck, to Joseph and Martha (Spillum) Tschider. He grew up on a farm near Breien, and was educated in the Solen Public School. He graduated from Wahpeton State School of Science and began his career with International Harvester in Bismarck, in 1955.

On April 15, 1956, in Mandan, Vernon married the love of his life, Delorse D. Davis, and together started their 58 year marriage and life together. In 1960, Vernon and Delorse moved their family to Grand Forks, where he became the Service Manager at International Harvester. Vernon and family moved to Fargo in 1974, where he was the Manager of IH. In 1976, Vernon’s IH career took him to Minot, where he served as the Area Service Representative for northwest North Dakota. Vernon retired from IH in 1998, when he and Delorse returned to Mandan.

Vernon was a member of RSVP+ North Dakota and spent many hours volunteering. He enjoyed the wonders of nature, which included fishing and hunting. He also loved farming and working on old tractors. Old-time music and Westerns were a few of his favorite past-times. His fascination in life was with the old steam engine train. He was a patient and quiet man who cherished his wife, children and grandchildren.

Vernon will be deeply missed by his wife, Delorse; his children, Sherry (Scott) Linnerooth, Jayne (Roger) Hajicek, Linda (Charlie) Muus; grandchildren, Justin Linnerooth, Jaime (Keith) Linnerooth Foster, Kenneth Hajicek, Daniel Hajicek, Brittany Hajicek, Eric Muus and Alexis Muus; brothers, Donovan (Marie) Tschider, Kenneth (Genevieve) Tschider and Percy (Esther) Tschider along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Vernon was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Eugene Tschider.

Should friends or family desire, memorials may be made to First Lutheran Church, 408 Ninth Street N.W., Mandan, N.D. 58554 or Sanford Hospice, 910 18th Street N.W., Mandan, N.D. 58554.

Condolences to the family may be shared at www.weigelfuneral.com.

Edward Goldade
photo-goldade-obitEdward Goldade Sr. 87, died in LaCrosse, Wisc., on April 29, 2014.

Requiem High Mass was held on May 5, at St, Michael’s Catholic Church in Mandan, with the Rev. Michael Goldade as Celebrant. Burial took place at Mandan Union Cemetery.

He was born in Selz, on March 30, 1927, to Frank and Catherine (Wentz) Goldade.

He served in the United States Navy as a gunner, after World War II. After his military service ended, he married Bertha Roerick on Oct. 27, 1952. He worked on the construction of the Garrison Dam, after which he moved to Bismarck, where he worked to build the Heskett power plant north of Mandan. In 1954, he started employment with MDU at the Heskett power plant. He then moved to Mandan, where he lived for the next 36 years, until he retired in 1990. After his retirement, he dedicated his life to the loving care of his bride of 61 years.

He was a dedicated and devout Roman Catholic with a great devotion to Our Heavenly Mother Mary, and thru her, to God. He was a member of the Legion of Mary and the Blue Army of Our Lady. Edward and Bertha instilled this Catholic Faith in their children by their example of fidelity to the traditional teachings of Catholic Church. Saying his daily Rosary was a joy, this daily duty that was never forgotten.

He is survived by his wife Bertha and his twelve children; Edward (Janie) Goldade Jr., Dickinson, Carol (Paul) Gieser, Mandan, Michael (Marge) Goldade, St. Mary’s, Kan., JoAnne Campbell, St. Mary’s, Kan., Kenneth (JoAnn) Goldade, Mandan, Thomas (Collette) Goldade, St. Mary’s, Kan., James (Sandy) Goldade, Eyota, Minn., Theresa (Vincent) Skierka, Pompey’s Piller, Mont., Barbara (Kenneth) Simek, Dickinson, Sister Maria Magdalena F.M., White Bear Lake, Minn., Robert (Jessica) Goldade, Long Prairie, Minn., Joseph (Brenda) Goldade, St. Mary’s, Kan., his 99 grandchildren and 61 great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister and brother-in-law Evelyn and Boyd Wilton, Federal Way, Wash.; his brothers and sisters-in-law, Frank and Violet Goldade, Tacoma, Wash., Marvin and Sharon Goldade, Kent, Wash., his sister-in-law Angie Goldade, Tacoma, Wash., and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Catherine Goldade; his sister and brother-in-law, Loretta and Arnold Asheim; brother Arthur Goldade, brother and sister-in-law, Walter and Marlene Goldade; two great- grandsons, Gregory Gieser and Mark Jacobs; one niece, Kathy Payne and one nephew David Goldade.