Little Chute Historical Society

www.littlechutehistory.org

Person Page 7,881

Debra J Hoehne

F, b. December 15, 1958, d. June 8, 2009

Parents

Family 1: Scott S Calder (b. May 3, 1957, d. November 7, 2004)

Family 2: Ralph E Lindow

Biography

  • Birth: Debra J Hoehne was born on December 15, 1958 in Kaukauna, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She was married on September 14, 1997.
  • Death: She died on June 8, 2009, at age 50.
  • Burial: She was buried in Trinity Ev. Lutheran Cemetery, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
  • Note: June 10, 2009


    Lindow, Debra "Debbie" J.


    Debra "Debbie" Jean Lindow, age 50, of Kaukauna, passed away Monday morning, June 8, 2009, at Theda Clark Medical Center, after a lengthy battle with multiple sclerosis. Debra was born in Kaukauna on December 15, 1958, to the late Howard and Norma (Buetow) Hoehne. She attended Trinity Lutheran Elementary School, Kaukauna and Kaukauna High School.

    On September 14, 1997, Debbie was united in marriage to Ralph E. Lindow at Bethany Lutheran Church, Kaukauna. She was formerly married to Scott S. Calder, who preceded her in death on November 7, 2004.

    For many years Debbie was employed at St. Paul Home, where she obtained her certified nursing assistant degree. Her greatest pride was helping with Special Olympics; she had a very genuine and caring heart. She was a great wife and mother who enjoyed spending time with her family and her pets. Debbie was a faithful member at Bethany Lutheran Church, Kaukauna.

    In addition to her husband, Ralph, Debbie is survived by her two daughters: Sarah (fiance Marcus Hennig) and Kim Calder both of Kaukauna; three step-daughters: Kristine, Kerrie, and Amanda Lindow; her brother: Gary (Peggi) Hoehne; two sisters: Diane (Steve) Adams and Lori (Terry) Meyerhofer; former father-in-law and mother-in-law: Nathan and Nancy Calder; mother-in-law: Eleanor; two brothers-in-law: Roger (special friend Barb) and Jim (Martha) Lindow; two sisters-in-law: Sandra (Tom) Kramer and Debbie (fiance Jim) Lindow; and numerous nieces and nephews.

    Debbie is preceded in death by her parents, former husband, and her father-in-law, Clarence Lindow.

    A Funeral Service for Debbie will be held 12 noon Saturday, June 13, 2009, at BETHANY LUTHERAN CHURCH, 124 W. 10th Street, Kaukauna. Rev. Walter Steinbach will officiate. A time of visitation and support will be held at the church on Saturday from 10 a.m. until the time of service. Burial will take place at Trinity Evangelical Cemetery, Kaukauna.

    The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff and caregivers at Theda Clark Medical Center and especially Nathan and Nancy Calder for their comfort and support.A memorial fund has been established in Debbie's name.

    Fargo Funeral Home

    400 W. Wisconsin Ave.

    Kaukauna 920-766-6200

    Online Condolences

    www.wichmannfargo.com.

Ralph E Lindow

M

Family: Debra J Hoehne (b. December 15, 1958, d. June 8, 2009)

Scott S Calder

M, b. May 3, 1957, d. November 7, 2004

Parents

Family: Debra J Hoehne (b. December 15, 1958, d. June 8, 2009)

Biography

  • Birth: Scott S Calder was born on May 3, 1957 in Neenah, Winnebago Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: He died on November 7, 2004, at age 47.

Sarah Caldor

F

Parents

Kim Calder

F

Parents

Diane Hoehne

F

Parents

F John Barlow

M, b. July 12, 1914, d. June 5, 2004

Family: Dorothy Marie Marx (b. August 22, 1915, d. January 30, 1994)

Biography

  • Birth: F John Barlow was born on July 12, 1914 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Dorothy Marie Marx were married on October 13, 1935.
  • Death: F John Barlow died on June 5, 2004, at age 89.
  • Note: Barlow, F. John

    F. John Barlow, son of the late Ernest A. and Alice (Norton) Barlow, passed away at his home on June 5, 2004. John was born July 12, 1914, in Milwaukee, Wis. He graduated from Washington High School in 1932, where he was the All-City Fullback for the undefeated football team. After attending St. John's Military Academy for a year, he enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his B.S. in 1937 and was selected as Saint Patrick, the outstanding engineering student in his class. There he also was a member of the Wisconsin Badger football team and president of Sigma Chi fraternity. While in Madison, John married his high-school sweetheart, Dorothy M. Marx, on Oct. 13, 1935. She preceded him in death in January of 1994.

    John worked for Buffalo Forge Co. and then A.O. Smith Co. until 1944, at which time he moved to Appleton with Western Condensing, the only company in the United States providing the means to grow Penicillin for the war effort. In 1949, with five thousand dollars and a pick-up truck, he started AZCO Inc. as an industrial piping contractor. He succeeded in developing AZCO into one of the country's major contractors specializing in industrial and power plants (including nuclear) construction and pipe fabrication. In 1998 he sold AZCO to its employees so he could direct all his time to his mineral collection and philanthropic work.

    Collecting was a passion for John. He assembled one of the best and largest privately held mineral collections in the world. He won many awards in the field, including the highest honor, the 2000 Carnegie Award for Lifetime Achievement, from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. He has also been awarded the Gold and Silver medals from the Smithsonian for a very large donation of rare and valuable Indian jewels and jewelry. One of his proudest accomplishments was publishing the impressive book "The F. John Barlow Mineral Collection" in 1996, which documents and pictures the collection he built.

    John was an avid hunter and traveled the world in pursuit of a challenge. He hunted in Africa, India, Mexico, British Columbia and even the Arctic. In 1966 he became an exclusive member of the Grand Slam Club "The North American Sheep Hunters' Association." He is the 46th member and the first from Wisconsin to have achieved this. In 1970, John represented Wisconsin along with Governor Knowles in the One Shot Antelope Hunt -- an event that they won.

    In 1964 John received his pilot's license at the age of 50 and bought his first plane, which he flew for both business and pleasure. He had many wonderful trips flying with Dorothy, including their favorite trips to Mexico, where they both enjoyed deep-sea fishing together.

    John was a very creative entrepreneur, starting many projects here in Appleton. He was a founding member of Air Wisconsin. He was instrumental in bringing cable television to the Valley in the early 1980s. He brought the first Mexican food to the area with Tippy's Taco House. During the 1970s and 1980s he was president and owner of Schlafer Supply Co. Inc. He worked with former Mayor Dorothy Johnson in getting the Avenue Mall built. He also founded the Valley's premier jewelry store, Earth Resources, which he sold to his daughter Alice in 1995.

    In support of the community he loved, John gave both his time and his means. For example, he provided an educational mineral exhibit to the Children's Museum. John also gifted a very unique Perthshire Glass Paperweight collection to the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum. He is probably best known for the Barlow Planetarium at UW Fox Valley, which is dedicated in honor of his wife Dorothy. Most recently, he provided a large and important collection of minerals to the Weis Earth Science Museum. He also supported numerous other community organizations in meaningful ways.

    John was a member of numerous organizations including the Mechanical Contractors Association of Wisconsin and the Mechanical Contractors Association of America for which he served as president in 1974. During that year President Gerald Ford appointed him to The Summit Conference on Inflation. In 1983 John received the Distinguished Service Award from MCAA, where he was introduced as the "uncommon man." He was a long time member and two-term president of Butte des Morts Country Club, a past Exalted Ruler of the Appleton Elks Club, director of First National Bank (now Bank One), and a member of the Downtown Appleton Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow. He was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church and served as Senior Warden.

    In 1994 John was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Science from UW-Oshkosh, which was presented by Governor Tommy Thompson. For his contributions to education in geology, he also received The Chancellor's Medallion from UW-Oshkosh.

    He is survived by his eight daughters and six sons-in-law, Joyce Helein, Appleton Bonnie Dignam, Appleton Joan Showers (Bill), Calif. Grace Cohn (Robin), Calif. Jacqueline Ware (Michael), Oh. Wendy Juneau (Peter), Mukwonago Terri Brown (Reny), Calif. Alice Barlow (Bruce Toppan), Appleton. He is further survived by his sister, Dolly Conrad, Md. nine grandchildren, Greg Helein, Joel Helein , Josh Cohn, Alicia Cohn, Christopher Dearing, Brennan Showers, Shawn Showers, Ariel Brown, and Zoe Brown and five great-grandchildren.

    He was preceded in death by his sister, Betty Steady and sons-in-law, Robert Helein and Bernard Dignam.

    A Memorial Service will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church (100 N. Drew St.) Appleton on July 10, 2004, at 11 a.m. with Reverend Patrick Twomey officiating. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until the time of services at the church.

    In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory can be sent to the Community Foundation (P.O. Box 563 Appleton, WI 54912), Theda Care at Home Hospice (201 E. Bell St. Neenah, WI 54956) or the charity of your choice.

    The family would like to extend their thanks to Dr. Lee Vogel and Drs. John and Doug Mielke for their exceptional care and to the devoted caregivers from Home Instead.

    WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME

    537 North Superior St.

    Appleton 920-739-1231

    wichmannfuneralhomes.com.

Harry Wendlandt

M, b. May 5, 1904, d. August 28, 1967

Parents

Family: Blanche Josephs (b. May 18, 1912, d. July 4, 1984)

Biography

  • Birth: Harry Wendlandt was born on May 5, 1904 in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Blanche Josephs were married on January 29, 1938 in St Joseph Church, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Harry Wendlandt died on August 28, 1967, at age 63, in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Burial: He was buried in St Joseph Cemetery, Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Harry Wendlandt, 63,
    Dies; Owned Appleton
    Firm Since 1930
    Harry E. Wendlandt, 63, 2311
    Hammond Ave., Appleton, died
    Monday after a short illness.
    He owned and operated Harry
    E. Wendlandt Co. s.',noe 1930 HP
    was a native of Appleton and a
    member of Zion Lutheran
    Church.
    Survivors are his widow, two
    sons, one daughter, two grandchildren,
    three sisters and a
    brother. Funeral services will be
    at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Zion
    Lutheran Church. Friends may
    call at the Brettschneider -
    Trettin Funerlal Home after 4
    p.m. today.

Catharina DeRooij

F, b. September 29, 1753, d. January 17, 1833

Parents

Family: Hendrik Santbergen (b. June 14, 1750)

Biography

  • Birth: Catharina DeRooij was born on September 29, 1753 in Standdaarbuiten, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Death: She died on January 17, 1833, at age 79, in Klundert, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.

Petrus Adriansse Santbergen

M, b. circa 1720

Parents

Family: Helena Hendrikse Daes (b. circa 1720)

Biography

  • Birth: Petrus Adriansse Santbergen was born circa 1720.
  • Marriage: He and Helena Hendrikse Daes were married on February 1, 1747 in Zevenbergen, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Helena Hendrikse Daes

F, b. circa 1720

Parents

Family: Petrus Adriansse Santbergen (b. circa 1720)

Biography

  • Birth: Helena Hendrikse Daes was born circa 1720.
  • Marriage: She and Petrus Adriansse Santbergen were married on February 1, 1747 in Zevenbergen, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Adrianus Santbergen

M, b. circa 1690

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Adrianus Santbergen was born circa 1690.

Catharina Adriansse Santbergen

F, b. circa 1720

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Catharina Adriansse Santbergen was born circa 1720.

Hendricus Adriaenussen Daes

M, b. circa 1690

Parents

Family: Antonia Sebastiani Damen (b. circa 1690)

Biography

  • Birth: Hendricus Adriaenussen Daes was born circa 1690.

Sebastianus Hendrikse Daes

M, b. April 1, 1726

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Sebastianus Hendrikse Daes was born on April 1, 1726 in Zevenbergen, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Maria Anna Santbergen

F, b. May 18, 1754

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Maria Anna Santbergen was born on May 18, 1754 in Terheijden, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Cornelius Santbergen

M, b. April 25, 1756

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Cornelius Santbergen was born on April 25, 1756 in Terheijden, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Joannes Santbergen

M, b. April 13, 1758

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Joannes Santbergen was born on April 13, 1758 in Terheijden, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Antonia Maria Santbergen

F, b. January 1, 1761

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Antonia Maria Santbergen was born on January 1, 1761 in Terheijden, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Cornelia Maria Santbergen

F, b. October 22, 1766

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Cornelia Maria Santbergen was born on October 22, 1766 in Terheijden, Noord Brabant, Netherlands.

Henry G Haen

M

Family:

Andrew Dietzen

M

Parents

  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Jacob Dietzen

M

Parents

  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Angel Dietzen

F

Parents

  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America