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Joseph Charles KonzelmanAge: 93 years19082001

Name
Joseph Charles Konzelman
Given names
Joseph Charles
Surname
Konzelman
Birth March 19, 1908
Religious marriageAgatha JankeView this family
1933 (Age 24 years)
Death of a wifeAgatha Janke
March 2, 1992 (Age 83 years)
Burial of a wifeAgatha Janke
March 5, 1992 (Age 83 years)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.92104 Longitude: W097.22887

Address: 3001 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3H 1B8
Cemetery: Brookside
Citation details: Burial Records
Text:
Burial Order # 88351 Section # 35 Lot # 1136 Grave # 0
Number of children
8 children

Death November 5, 2001 (Age 93 years)
Address: Luther Home
Citation details: JOSEPH KONZELMAN
Date of entry in original source: November 8, 2001
Text:
JOSEPH CHARLES KONZELMAN Peacefully, on Monday, November 5, 2001 our dear father passed away at Luther Home in Winnipeg. Born March 19, 1908 in Austria, Joe immigrated to Canada in 1925. He married Agatha Janke in Winnipeg in 1933 and this unionla sted until her death in 1992. This marriage produced eight children. Joe is survived by his children, Connie Walton (Moe), Fredrick (Florence), Richard (Ruth), Edward (Caroline), Janet Hilderman (Randy), Ron, and Barry (Maggie). He is alsosurvived by his sisters, Constance Lundgren, Theresa Konzelman, Margaret Jung (Adolph) and Elizabeth Ambach (Mike) 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grand-children. He was predeceased by an infant son Glenn, his sister Luise Peitsch, and in Germanyhis sister Irm a Bommerbach and brother Fritz. Joe started work in the wholesale meat business and soon acquired his own company. He continued to work in this field until 1949 when a career shift took him into the home building industry. Therest of his career wa s spent as a building contractor and real estate agent. His sons have many memories of Saturdays helping Dad on the job site. Joe enjoyed dancing with Agatha at the German clubs, making wine, singing in choirs, listening toopera and golfing. His l ove of the outdoors was instilled in the entire family. Joe spent countless hours at the cottage on Red Rock Lake and it became a favourite family gathering spot. He always had a house or cottage project in progress. Heenjoyed a full and rewarding life and we will miss him dearly. The interment is at Brookside Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 9, followed by a memorial service at 11:00 a.m. at Christ Lutheran Church, 815 Inkster Blvd., with PastorBruce Gelhorn officiating. The fam ily would like to thank the staff of Luther Home for the care and compassion shown to Joe while he was a resident. In lieu of flowers, family and friends may wish to make a donation in Joes name to Luther Home,1081 Andrews St., Winnipeg, MB R2V 2G 9, or to a charity of your choice. NEIL BARDAL INC. 949-2200
Burial November 9, 200110:00 AM (4 days after death)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.92104 Longitude: W097.22887

Address: 3001 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3H 1B8
Cemetery: Brookside
Citation details: Burial Records
Text:
Burial Order # 97374 Section # 35 Lot # 1135 Grave # 0
Family with Agatha Janke - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 1933Winnipeg, MB, CAN

DeathWinnipeg Free Press - Passages Manitoba
Citation details: JOSEPH KONZELMAN
Date of entry in original source: November 8, 2001
Text:
JOSEPH CHARLES KONZELMAN Peacefully, on Monday, November 5, 2001 our dear father passed away at Luther Home in Winnipeg. Born March 19, 1908 in Austria, Joe immigrated to Canada in 1925. He married Agatha Janke in Winnipeg in 1933 and this unionla sted until her death in 1992. This marriage produced eight children. Joe is survived by his children, Connie Walton (Moe), Fredrick (Florence), Richard (Ruth), Edward (Caroline), Janet Hilderman (Randy), Ron, and Barry (Maggie). He is alsosurvived by his sisters, Constance Lundgren, Theresa Konzelman, Margaret Jung (Adolph) and Elizabeth Ambach (Mike) 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grand-children. He was predeceased by an infant son Glenn, his sister Luise Peitsch, and in Germanyhis sister Irm a Bommerbach and brother Fritz. Joe started work in the wholesale meat business and soon acquired his own company. He continued to work in this field until 1949 when a career shift took him into the home building industry. Therest of his career wa s spent as a building contractor and real estate agent. His sons have many memories of Saturdays helping Dad on the job site. Joe enjoyed dancing with Agatha at the German clubs, making wine, singing in choirs, listening toopera and golfing. His l ove of the outdoors was instilled in the entire family. Joe spent countless hours at the cottage on Red Rock Lake and it became a favourite family gathering spot. He always had a house or cottage project in progress. Heenjoyed a full and rewarding life and we will miss him dearly. The interment is at Brookside Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 9, followed by a memorial service at 11:00 a.m. at Christ Lutheran Church, 815 Inkster Blvd., with PastorBruce Gelhorn officiating. The fam ily would like to thank the staff of Luther Home for the care and compassion shown to Joe while he was a resident. In lieu of flowers, family and friends may wish to make a donation in Joes name to Luther Home,1081 Andrews St., Winnipeg, MB R2V 2G 9, or to a charity of your choice. NEIL BARDAL INC. 949-2200
BurialBrookside Cemetery Records
Citation details: Burial Records
Text:
Burial Order # 97374 Section # 35 Lot # 1135 Grave # 0