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Catherine Carey Kleinsteiber

1891 1960


Edwin L. Kleinsteiber

1891 1956


Kleinsteiber Funeral to be Saturday

Former Catherine Carey Dies at Hospital Today

03 23 1960


Mrs. Catherine G. Kleinsteiber, 68, of 1409 Duffy Street, widow of Edwin L. Kiernsteiber, died at St Mary's Hospital this morning after an illness of several months.


She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carey and was born here on Nov. 10, 1891. On April 12, 1915, she was married to Mr. Kleinsteiber in St. Bernard's Catholic Church. They resided on a farm in route 3 until 1951 when they moved to Watertown. He died here in 1956.


Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Wrensch, Johnson Creek, a son, Edwin J. Kleinsteiber, this city, eight grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Mae Meyers, Clyman and Mrs. John Ready, Richwood. There is also one brother, Edward Carey, Watertown.


A daughter Angeline and one sister and two brothers preceded her in death.


Interment in Oak Hill Cemetery


E. Kleinsteiber Taken by Death

Funeral for Local Man to Be Monday

09 21 1956


Edwin L. Kleinsteiber, 65, of 1409 Duffy Street, died this morning in the Madison General Hospital. His death followed a brief illness. He was born March 23; 1891, in the town of Farmington and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kleinsteiber.


Mr. Kleinsteiber had resided on the homestead farm on route 3 until moving to Watertown five years ago.


His marriage to Catherine Carey took place in Watertown, April 12. 1915. She survives.


Also surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Vernon Wrensch, route 1, Johnson Creek; one son, Edwin Jr., route 3; seven grandsons; one brother, George, Marshall, and several nieces and nephews. Three brothers and one sister preceded him in death.


Mr. Kleinsteiber was a member of the Wesley Methodist Church, where the funeral will be held Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. William Stevens will officiate and interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.


Friends may pay their respects at the Pederson Funeral Home after 3 p.m. Sunday and. up to 11 a.m. Monday when the body will be taken to the church to lie in state.




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