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Anton Helf

M, b. circa 1857

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  • Birth: Anton Helf was born circa 1857 in Wisconsin.

Theresa Helf

F, b. circa 1863

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  • Birth: Theresa Helf was born circa 1863 in Wisconsin.

Hildegarde Pauli

F, b. May 8, 1909, d. September 12, 1995

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Family: Frank Edwin Buss (b. November 24, 1909, d. October 14, 1969)

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  • Birth: Hildegarde Pauli was born on May 8, 1909.
  • Death: She died on September 12, 1995, at age 86.

Theodore Stevens

M, b. circa 1906

Family: Viola Dorothy Pauli (b. October 2, 1906, d. May 7, 2005)

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  • Birth: Theodore Stevens was born circa 1906.

Mary Pauli

F, b. December 1, 1889, d. November 15, 1968

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  • Birth: Mary Pauli was born on December 1, 1889 in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: She died on November 15, 1968, at age 78.
  • Burial: She was buried in St Joseph Cemetery, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Married to a Mullen.

Maxine Adele Buske

F, b. January 22, 1930, d. February 16, 1996

Family: Jay Roy Heinritz (b. December 21, 1930, d. December 7, 1994)

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  • Birth: Maxine Adele Buske was born on January 22, 1930.
  • Marriage: She and Jay Roy Heinritz were married on April 23, 1955.
  • Death: Maxine Adele Buske died on February 16, 1996, at age 66, in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.

Thomas M Heinritz

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Family 1: Debi Perrault

Family 2: Terry L DeBruin (b. November 22, 1959, d. April 9, 1997)

Tanya Heinritz

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Johnathon Jay Stilp

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Mark Stilp

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Joshua VandenWyngaard

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Matthew VandenWyngaard

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Jay Roy Heinritz

M, b. December 21, 1930, d. December 7, 1994

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Family: Maxine Adele Buske (b. January 22, 1930, d. February 16, 1996)

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  • Birth: Jay Roy Heinritz was born on December 21, 1930.
  • Marriage: He and Maxine Adele Buske were married on April 23, 1955.
  • Death: Jay Roy Heinritz died on December 7, 1994, at age 63, in Little Chute, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Appleton, Wisconsin.

Sara VandenWyngaard

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Jaymond Tynan

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Phoebe Marie Heinritz

F, b. April 22, 1978, d. April 19, 2014

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  • Birth: Phoebe Marie Heinritz was born on April 22, 1978 in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: She died on April 19, 2014, at age 35.
  • Note: Phoebe Marie Heinritz, 35, of Appleton died unexpectedly on Saturday April 19, 2014. She was born in Appleton April 22, 1978, daughter of Thomas and Terry (nee' DeBruin) Heinritz.

    Phoebe loved being outdoors, whether it was fishing or gardening. She enjoyed beading, scrapbooking, and painting. Phoebe most enjoyed the time she had with her family and friends, especially her three children, Jaymond, Delilah, and Noah.

    Phoebe is survived by her three children, Jaymond Tynan, Menasha, Delilah and Noah Jorstad, Appleton; her father, Thomas (special friend, Sherry Parish) Heinritz, Appleton; her sister, Camille Kiersten, Appleton; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was preceded in death by her mother; and her grandfather, Henry DeBruin.

    A celebration of Phoebe's life will be Friday April 25, 2014 at VALLEY FUNERAL HOME from 1:00 until 3:00 PM.
  • Note: CHILTON — A 14-year-old boy found his mother dead of an overdose at an Appleton residence last year, starting a chain of events that led to the filing of criminal charges Thursday against a Green Bay woman, authorities said.

    The son of Phoebe Heinritz told police he left the residence at about 11:10 p.m. on April 18, 2014, and went to his father's home. When he came home at about 2 p.m. the next day, he found his mom curled up on the bed. The boy tried to wake her. He did not have a phone, so he did not call 911, he told police, according to the complaint.

    "She can't be dead," he kept telling himself, according to the complaint.

    He tried waking his mother again about an hour later and when he did not succeed, he messaged a friend on Facebook to call police. The friend sent a message to the boy's father. His grandfather came to the address a short time later and summoned for help, according to the complaint.

    Charges were filed Thursday against Margo L. Oliver, 47, who police believe gave Heinritz Fentanyl skin patches and Oxycodone pills — both pain relievers. She is charged with first-degree reckless homicide and delivery of narcotic drugs. The two charges carry a maximum of 75 years in the state prison system.

    An investigator found what appeared to be an adhesive outline of a removed medication patch on Heinritz's abdomen, according to the complaint. An autopsy pointed to "mixed drug" intoxication, including Fentanyl, as the cause of death.

    Oliver, the girlfriend of Heinritz's uncle, told police that Heinritz had told her that she had severe back pain and had lost her access to medication after testing positive for marijuana, the complaint stated. Oliver told police she gave Heinritz two patches and 10 Oxycodone pills that day. Oliver said she told Heinritz to be very careful because the patches could kill people and not to leave a patch on for more than an hour at a time, the complaint stated.

    Oliver and Heinritz's uncle found Heinritz unconscious at her residence the next morning, according to the complaint.

    The couple went to Heinritz's residence and found her on the floor inside her bedroom.

    The uncle, who went into the residence first, said he could not feel a pulse on Heinritz's neck because he was so nervous and shaken by the scene, the complaint stated. She was cold to the touch. He told police he tried to resuscitate her.

    Oliver came into the residence and the two then brought Heinritz up onto the bed, the complaint said. He put a pillow behind her and covered her with a blanket, according to the complaint.

    Oliver said she wanted to take Heinritz to the hospital, but Heinritz's uncle did not want to because he had seen Heinritz in that condition before. He was worried that Heinritz would be angry at him for calling an ambulance when she really didn't need one, according to the complaint.

    When the two left the house, Heinritz was ice cold, her uncle told police, according to the complaint.

    Her initial appearance in Calumet County court is scheduled for Nov. 16.
  • Note: CHILTON - Margo L. Oliver's intentions were good, though misguided, when she gave Phoebe Heinritz the fentanyl patches that ultimately killed her, Oliver's attorney said at her sentencing Monday.

    "She wasn't trying to harm Ms. Heinritz," defense attorney Erik Loy told Calumet County Judge Jeffrey Froehlich. "She was trying to help."

    Froehlich sentenced Oliver, 48, of Green Bay to two years in prison and four years of extended supervision on a charge of second-degree reckless homicide.

    Heinritz had complained that she was in great pain and her medication had been cut off before Oliver gave her the patches, Loy said. Fentanyl skin patches are used to treat severe pain in opioid-tolerant patients, according to Mayo Clinic.

    Oliver wouldn't have given her the medication if she had known what would happen, he said.

    Oliver gave Heinritz two patches and 10 Oxycodone pills on April 18, 2014, the day before Oliver and her boyfriend, Heinritz's uncle, found her unresponsive, according to the criminal complaint.

    When the pair found her, Oliver told investigators, she wanted to take Heinritz to the hospital but Heinritz's uncle did not. She said that he had seen Heinritz in that condition numerous times and did not want to anger her by calling an ambulance if she didn't really need one, according to the complaint.

    Heinritz's 14-year-old son found her dead of an overdose at the Appleton residence later that day and eventually police were summoned.

    The autopsy report listed her cause of death as "mixed drug (fentanyl and amphetamine) intoxication," according to the complaint.

    The judge agreed that giving the medication appeared to be a misguided attempt to help Heinritz. Oliver appeared to have led a crime-free life and it didn't seem like she had a history of giving controlled substances to others, the judge said.

    But there was one place he kept getting stuck.

    "The problem I'm having is when you went back and it was obvious something was wrong, you didn't do anything," he told her.

    That moment, Froehlich told Oliver, was a reflection of her true character.

    Calumet County District Attorney Nicholas W. Bolz wants the prison time to deter others. Hopefully people will see that if they get involved "in this highly dangerous activity," if someone dies or overdoses there will be a significant consequence, he said.

    "These cases have been far too frequent," Bolz said.

    This was his second fentanyl overdose case in the past couple years — in addition to other overdose cases — he said after the hearing.

    "Whether or not it's been a fluke that we've had two overdoses in the county within the last couple years I'm not sure, but I'm sure it's being abused by far more than just the couple people that we've had," Bolz said.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Noah Jorstad

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Delilah Jorstad

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Debi Perrault

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Camille Heinritz

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Brian Alan Heinritz

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Herbert F Meyer

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Family: Olive R Werner (b. April 20, 1915, d. October 16, 1979)

Anders Svensson

M, b. circa 1745

Family: Catharina Andersdatter (b. circa 1745)

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  • Birth: Anders Svensson was born circa 1745.

Catharina Andersdatter

F, b. circa 1745

Family: Anders Svensson (b. circa 1745)

Biography

  • Birth: Catharina Andersdatter was born circa 1745.