Kiron Newspaper April 1926
A gloom was cast over the community Tuesday morning when it was learned that Fred Schultz, a prominent young farmer had passed away of pneumonia on Monday night. He had been sick for some time but it was thought the latter part of the previous week that he was greatly improved and the nurse they had in care of him had been dismissed. He suffered a relapse however, and the nurse was recalled. Double pneumonia was the cause of his death.
Fred Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz, was born on 20 march 1892 on the home farm, where he died, north west of Kiron.
his home and he was liked and respected by all who knew him. All seem to feel the saddness particularly of the young husband and father, being taken, as he was but 34 years of age.
Christmas day 1917 he was united in marriage to Miss Dora Moeller, who lived with her foster parents in the neighborhood south west of Kiron, Chris Jacobson, being her foster father. Besides the young wife, there are two little girls, one just old enough to attend school and the other a little one about three years old to miss the dear one from the home. Freds parents are dead but there are three brothers all in this vicinity, Herman, henry and Walter, and three sisters also in this vicinity, Mrs. Albert Giermann, Mrs. Chas. Gronau, and Mrs. Henry Hansohn.
The funeral services will be held at the house, a short service at 1 P.m. and the last services at the Stockholm German Lutheran church at 2, by the pastor, Rev. O. Richter, Thursday. The body will be laid in the cemetery where his parents are also buried.
The sincerest sympathy is extended to those bereft.