Reichardt & Weber Obituaries


Charlotte Observer (NC) – Sunday, 5-30-1999:

FORT MILL – Mr. Harry C. Eisenmann, 79, died Friday, May 28, 1999 at his residence, 147 Cedar Hollow South, in Heritage U.S.A.

A memorial service will be 3:00 p.m. Saturday, June 12, 1999 at Lifespring Ministries Church with Pastor Randy Worley officiating.

A Cleveland, Ohio native, Mr. Eisenmann was a member of Lifespring Ministries Church. He was a U.S. Army veteran during WW II. He was a retired Supervisor of Technical Publications at Lucas Aerospace. He was a former employee of O.T.R.W.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Louise Robinett Eisenmann; four sons, David E. Eisenmann of Jeffersonton, VA, Richard L. Mayer of Athens, OH, Blaine L. Mayer of Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Bruce A. Eisenmann of Fort Myers, FL; 10 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to Lifespring Ministries Church, P.O. Box 759, Pineville, NC 28134; or to Hopice Community Care, 325 S. Oakland Ave., Rock Hill, SC 29730.

Fort Mill Funeral Home is serving the Eisenmann family.


Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – Monday, 11-14-1994:


Arline Wetzel at one time served as secretary to the president of Stamping Division of Eaton Corp. She retired in 1942.

Mrs. Wetzel, 84, died Friday at Lake West Hospital in Willoughby.

She was born in Cleveland and was a resident of Lyndhurst for 38 years.

She was a member of the Women’s Civic Club.

She was a resident of Breckenridge Retirement Community in Willoughby.

She began in the clerical field as a secretary at White Sewing Machine Co. during the 1930s. After that she worked for Willard Storage Battery Co.

She met her husband, Francis G., while they worked at White.

In addition to her husband of 63 years, she is survived by a son, Lawrence of Plano, Texas; and three grandchildren.

Services will be at 10:30 a.m. today at Nicol-Wells-Kloss Funeral Home, 5252 Mayfield Rd., Lyndhurst.


San Diego Union-Tribune (CA) – Tuesday, 4-4-2000:

Jan. 27, 1925-March 30, 2000

Elmer H. Reichert Jr., 75, of San Diego died Thursday. Mr. Reichert, who was born in Lorain, Ohio, was a retired tape librarian. He had served in the Navy during World War II.

Survivors include his wife, Eunice; daughters, Bonnie Bogott of Concord and Sandy Sandweg of San Diego; sisters, Naomi Thomas and Elaine Muniga of Amherst, Ohio; brother, Roland Reichert of Amherst; and two grandchildren.

No services are planned.

Donations: Grossmont Hospice.

Arrangements: Bayview Cremation & Burial Services.


unknown newspaper – Tuesday, 6-4-1946:

Catherine Bullard Rites Wednesday

Funeral services will be held at 2 Wednesday afternoon in the Houghton funeral home, Ovid, Mich., for Catharine R. Bullard, 78, former Kalamazoo woman who died Monday morning in the Ovid nursing home.  The Rev. William Davis, Owosso Christ Episcopal church pastor, will officiate, and burial will be in Mt. Rest cemetery, St. John.

Mrs. Bullard, who was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Weber, was born in Kalamazoo Nov. 1, 1867, and lived here until 1894 when she moved to Owosso.  She was married April 24, 1906 to Willis Bullard who died in 1934.  She had lived in Ovid since 1942.

She leaves one son, John A. Bullard, Saginaw; two daughters, Mrs. Glenn Gregg, Lansing, and Mrs. Karl Holmes, Sault Ste. Marie.


unknown newspaper – Saturday, 1-16-1892:

Christian Weber, one of Kalamazoo’s most prominent and respected German citizens, died last evening at 4:45 o’clock of pneumonia, brought on by bronchitis complicated with the grip. The deceased was born in Wurtemberg, Germany, March 3, 1831, and came to America and located in Cleveland, Ohio in 1854. He lived there four years, and in 1858 came to Kalamazoo. He engaged in the boot and shoe business with L. Hoffer, and after four years the latter retired.  Mr. Weber continued in the business until 1891 when he turned his affairs over to two sons.

The deceased was married twice, his first wife dying in 1886, leaving seven grown children. His second wife survives with two young children. He also left two sisters and a brother in Cleveland. In 1875 and 1880 he made trips to his old home in Germany.  Mr. Weber was a good citizen and successful businessman and had a host of friends.


unknown newspaper – Tuesday, 8-5-1930:


Lifeling Resident of Kalamazoo Long a Book Binder

Edward R. Weber of the firm of Doubleday-Hunt-Dolan Company, a lifelong resident of Kalamazoo, died at 3:30 Tuesday morning at his home, 814 West Walnut street, after a lingering illness.  He was born Aug. 14, 1858, in Kalamazoo, and was a son of the last Christian Weber.  Mr. Weber had been associated with the Doubleday-Hunt-Dolan Company for 35 years, and had been in the book binding business in Kalamazoo for 59 years.  Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Rose Weber; daughter, Mrs. Lillian Case; granddaughter, Alleen Case; two brothers, Charles and Albert Weber, all of Kalamazoo; and two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Francoise, Kalamazoo, and Mrs. William Bullard, Owosso.


unknown newspaper, Kalamazoo, MI:

Fred J. Weber of Owosso Passes Away

Fred J. Weber, of Owosso, brother of Edward, Charles and Albert Weber, of this city, died at the Owosso hospital last week.

Mr. Weber was well known to Kalamazoo people, having formerly resided here. He was employed at the Ihling Brother and Everard store.

Mr Weber was a Mason, an Elk and an Odd Fellow, and attended the Episcopal church. He was a man of quiet, unassuming mannerisms and had a host of friends who deplore his passing.

Surviving him are his widow, two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Hyatt of Lansing, and Miss Katherine Weber of Pontiac and son Arthur, at home.  He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. W. E. Bullard of Owosso and Mrs. Elizabeth Francoise of Kalamazoo, and three brothers, Edward, Charles and Albert Weber of Kalamazoo.