Second Generation


2. Joseph Edward SCHILTZ was born on 17 March 1925 in Aurora, Kane, Illinois. Joe was born at home at 120 Hankes Avenue. He appeared in the census on 25 April 1930 in 442 Hankes Ave Aurora, Kane, Illinois with birth family..1 He served in the military US Navy on 30 May 1943.2 Military: Entered the US Navy June 1943, Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Camp Greenboy, (Glenview, Illinois). Schooled at Navy Pier (Chicago, Illinois) for motor machinist. Volunteered for submarine school in New London, Conn. Spent 6 month in submarine school, then took the train to Mayer Island Naval Base in California. Was sent by ship to New Guinea and Australia, then around the tip of Australia to Perth Submarine Base. Assigned to the USS Ray for a three month patrol in the south China Sea (By Korea and Japan). Also sent on patrol to the Gulf of Siam (Now Called Indonesia). Sunk various Japanese ships and was depth charged. When the war with Japan ended, I was stationed off the Philippine coast, awaiting word to return home. Headed back to the US through the Panama Canal and up the east coast, back to New London, Conn. Was discharged March 17,1946.
Joseph died of a bowel infraction. on 17 May 2004 in Delnor Community Hospital Geneva, Illinois.3 Bowel Infraction, caused by coronary artery disease. Insufficient blood supply to the small intestine caused damage and blockages.

Obituary: Joseph "Joe" Schiltz, 79, of St. Charles, died Thursday, May 17, 2004, at Delnor-Community Hospital in Geneva. He was born March 17, 1925, at home on Hankes Avenue in Aurora, the son of Henry "Heinie" and Verena (Miller) Schiltz. During World War II, Joe served in the United States Navy, submarine service on the USS Ray in the Pacific Theatre. He was the president of J & L Plastic Molding in Aurora for 20 years and president of Schiltz and Associates in St. Charles. Mr. Schiltz is survived by his wife of over 55 years, LaPriel C. Schiltz; his children, David (Sharon) Schiltz of Sheridan, IL, Diane (Chris) Olson of St. Charles and Dru (Mark) Robson of Concord, NC; six grandchildren, Jeffrey (Melanie) Schiltz, Julie, Kelly and Lauren Olson, Matthew and Christine Robson; two step-grandchildren, Doug Weeks, and Eric (Sara) Weeks; five great grandchildren; a brother, Robert (Tommie) Schiltz of Culpepper, Virginia; a sister, Dorothy Hines of Placentia, California. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother Al Schiltz and a sister, Louise Miller. A private grave side service will be held and a memorial service will announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mr. Schiltz's memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements are by the Norris Funeral Home, St, Charles, IL. For information, (630)584-2000 or www.Norrisfh.com
He was buried on 25 June 2005 in Garfield Cemetery (Saint Charles, Kane, Illinois). The cemetery lots were purchased February 22,2000 for $ 900. Lot 198

The cemetery service was officiated by Pastor Steve Okpiz of Faith Lutheran Church.
Just the immediate family attended. He was educated . Attended St Joseph School on High St in Aurora and 3 years at East Aurora High School. Went to work at a company on Broadway in Aurora . After returning from the war I took a GED test and received a High School Diploma.
Joseph was a Plastic Injection Molding Consultant. Joe was the founder and owner of J&L Plastic Molding, initially located in Aurora, Illinois.
J&L manufactured plastic parts for a wide variety of customers. The company later built a facility and operated out of Montgomery, Illinois. The company had some financial problems in the late 70's and discontinued operations.

After the closing of J&L, Joe formed Schiltz & Associates, which was a plastic consulting company. Schiltz & Associates continued operations until his death in 2004.


Name: Joseph Edward Schiltz, S432, 19, M
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Birth Date: 17 Mar 1925
Birth Place: Aurora (Kane) Illinois
Occupation: Plastic Injection Molding Consultant
Education: Attended St Josephs School on High St in Aurora and 3 years at East Aurora High School. Went to work at a company on Broadway in Aurora . After returning from the war I took a GED test and received a High School Diploma.
Religion: Catholic
Death Date: 17 May 2004
Death Place: Delnor Community Hospital Geneva, Illinois
Burial Date: 21 May 2004
Burial Place: Garfield Cemetery, St Charles, Illinois
Burial Memo: Lot 198
Flags: Diane's Family
Cause of death: Bowel Infraction, caused by coronary artery disease. Insufficient blood supply to the small intestine caused damage and blockages.
Hobbies: Working around the house, Bowling
Census Date: 25 Apr 1930
Census Place: Lived at 442 Hankes Ave Aurora (Kane) Illinois with birth family.
Relocated Date: 12 Mar 1998
Relocated Place: 1556 North Fifth Ave St Charles, Il
Father: Henry H Schiltz, 24, M (1897-1964)
Mother: Verena M Miller, 23, F (1896-1976)

Military Entered the US Navy June 1943, Great Lakes Naval Training Center (Glenview, Illinois). Schooled at Navy Pier (Chicago, Illinois) for motor machinist. Volunteered for submarine school in New London, Conn.
Spent 6 month in submarine school, then took the train to Mayer Island Naval Base in California. Was sent by ship to New Guinea and Australia, then around the tip of Australia to Perth Submarine Base.
Assigned to the USS Ray for a three month patrol in the south China Sea (By Korea and Japan). Also sent on patrol to the Gulf of Siam (Now Called Indonesia). Sunk various Japanese ships and was depth charged.
When the war with Japan ended, I was stationed off the Philippine coast, awaiting word to return home. Headed back to the US through the Panama Canal and up the east coast, back to New London, Conn. Was discharged March 17,1946.


Misc. Notes Middle name of Edward came from one of my mother's brother.

Misc. Notes At age 5, jumped over a bonfire, fell in and severely burned my leg. Was bed ridin for 3 months and had to learn to walk all over again.

Obituary Joseph "Joe" Schiltz, 79, of St. Charles, died Thursday, May 17, 2004, at Delnor-Community Hospital in Geneva. He was born March 17, 1925, at home on Hankes Avenue in Aurora, the son of Henry "Heinie" and Verena (Miller) Schiltz.
During World War II, Joe served in the United States Navy, submarine service on the USS Ray in the Pacific Theatre. He was the president of J & L Plastic Molding in Aurora for 20 years and president of Schiltz and Associates in St. Charles.
Mr. Schiltz is survived by his wife of over 55 years, LaPriel C. Schiltz; his children, David (Sharon) Schiltz of Sheridan, IL, Diane (Chris) Olson of St. Charles and Dru (Mark) Robson of Concord, NC; six grandchildren, Jeffrey (Melanie) Schiltz, Julie, Kelly and Lauren Olson, Matthew and Christine Robson; two step-grandchildren, Doug Weeks, and Eric (Sara) Weeks; five great grandchildren; a brother, Robert (Tommie) Schiltz of Culpepper, Virginia; a sister, Dorothy Hines of Placentia, California.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother Al Schiltz and a sister, Louise Miller.
A private grave side service will be held and a memorial service will announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mr. Schiltz's memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
Arrangements are by the Norris Funeral Home, St, Charles, IL.
For information, (630)584-2000 or www.Norrisfh.com


Spouses: ----------------------------------------
1: LaPriel Clarice Williams, W452, 18, F
Father: Gerald N Williams, 71, M (1896-1950)
Mother: Edna J Quinn, 70, F (1897-1936)
Marriage Date: 5 Jul 1947
Marriage Place: Aurora (Kane) Illinois
Marriage Memo: Holy Angels Church
Address: Liberty Street Aurora, Illinois, State Street Aurora, Illinois, Main Street Aurora

Misc. Notes Joseph and LaPriel first met at Elgin Watch Company (Aurora, Il) where they were both employed. Both were laid off 2 weeks before the got married.

Children: David Joseph, 25, M (1948-)
Diane Mae, 2, F (1953-)
Dru Edna, 26, F (1959-)

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Last Modified: 3 Jun 2004
Created: 29 Jun 2004

He had Social Security Number 347-18-3564 (Issued in Illinois). Joe enjoyed working around the house, bowling and an occasional round of golf. His middle name of Edward came from one of his mother's brother. At age 5, jumped over a bonfire, fell in and severely burned my leg. Was bed ridin for 3 months and had to learn to walk all over again.


LaPriel Clarisse WILLIAMS Schiltz and Joseph Edward SCHILTZ were married on 5 July 1947 in Holy Angels Catholic Church Aurora, Kane, Illinois. Miss Williams, Joseph Schiltz Wed Yesterday
The marriage of Miss LaPriel Williams, daughter of Gerald M. Williams, 19 N. May St., to Joseph E. Schiltz, son of of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schiltz, 320 N. Root St. took place yesterday morning at a nuptual mass at Holy Angels Church. The Rev. Fr. Leo Ambre, cousin of the bridegroom officiated at the double ring ceremony. Escorted to the alter by her brother, Gerald N. Williams, the bride wore an eggshell lace gown fashoned with a long pointed, over the hand sleve, sweetheart necklined, fited bodice, and a long circular train. Her veil in eggshell white was held in place by a tiara of orange blossoms. Her cascade bouquet was of white gladiolas and white carnations centered with a white orchid, and she carried a pearl rosary, a gift from the bridegroom. The matron of honor was Mrs Judd H. Clockadale, sister of the bride. She wore a gown of blue faille with high neckline, fitted waist, short sleves, and a scalloped peplum. Her headress was of white carnations and her colonial bouquet was of picardy gladiolas and feathered carnatons. Mrs. William F. Neil, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Gerald N. Williams, sister-in-law, wore gowns identical to that of the matron of honor. Their headresses and bouquets were also the same as the matron of honor. Alvin Schiltz, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man and Judd H. Clockadale, brother in law of the bride, and Joseph White, were the bridegroomsmen. The bridegroom's mother wore a powder blue crepe dress, with white accessories and a corsage of Virginia carnations. A breakast was served in the private dining room at Fairbanks cafeteria, with Mrs. Nicholas Williams, the bride's grandmother, and her sisters, Mrs. Clockadale and Mrs. Neil, as hostesses. A reception for 250 relatives and friends was held in the evening at the Luxemburg hall. The bridegroom's brother Alvin Schiltz, and his brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, were hosts and hostesses. For her going away outfit, the bride wore a light blue faille suit with white accessories and an orchid corsage. The couple will reside temporarily, following a short trip, with the bridegroom's parents. Mrs. Schiltz was graduated from West High school and attended St. Clare college and Aurora college. The bridegroom attended East High school and served three years in the navy, part of which was in submarine service in the Pacific area. Aurora Beacon Newspaper July 6,1947
They lived in 120 Ingleside Aurora, Kane, Illinois in 1968. Purchased a home at 120 Ingleside Aurora, Kane, Illinois for $ 71,500. They lived in 330 Home Avenue Fontana, Wisconsin on 27 April 1973. Purchased a summer home on Home Ave, Buena Vista Club, Fontana Wisconsin.
Purchase price was $ 25,700. LaPriel and Joseph lived in 1556 North Fifth Avenue, St Charles, Kane, Illinois on 7 April 1998. Joe and LaPriel purchased the Saint Charles home for $ 160,000 Joseph and LaPriel first met at Elgin Watch Company (Aurora, IL) where they were both employed. Both were laid off 2 weeks before the got married.

3. LaPriel Clarisse WILLIAMS Schiltz was born on 16 December 1927 in Aurora, Kane, Illinois. Born at home 19 N May St Aurora, Kane, Illinois. She was told that there was not enough time to make it to the hospital. LaPriel's birth certificate states her middle name is Clarisse, but it was suppose to be Clarice, after her grandmother.

In 1927, Charles Lindbergh made the first nonstop solo transatlantic flight, Calvin Coolidge was President of the United States and a postage stamp was 2 cents. She appeared in the census on 5 April 1930 in 19 North May Street Aurora, Kane, Illinois with birth family.. She graduated on 18 June 1941 in diploma from Holy Anglels School Aurora, Kane, Illinois. LaPriel died Chronic Pulmonary Disease on 22 June 2005 in Delnor Community Hospital Geneva, Illinois. Obituary: LaPriel C. (Williams) SchiltzLaPriel C. (Williams) Schiltz, 77, of St. Charles, beloved mother and grandmother, died Wednesday, June 22, 2005, at Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva. She was born December 16, 1927, in Aurora, the daughter of Gerald and Edna (Quinn) Williams. LaPriel served as head of volunteers for Copley Hospital in Aurora for several years. She also worked part-time as a teacher's assistant with trainable mentally handicapped children at Hope Wall School in Aurora. She was active with and served as chairman of the Junior Womens Club in Aurora. With a grateful heart, LaPriel felt very blessed to love and be so loved by her children and grandchildren. She delighted in the beauty of nature and enjoyed all of God's creatures. Mrs. Schiltz is survived by her children, David (Sharon) Schiltz of Sheridan, IL, Diane (Chris) Olson of St. Charles and Dru (Mark) Robson of Concord, NC; six grandchildren, Jeffrey (Melanie) Schiltz, Julie, Kelly and Lauren Olson, Matthew and Christine Robson; two step-grandchildren, Doug Weeks and Eric (Sara) Weeks; six great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph "Joe" Schiltz on May 17, 2004; two sisters, Shirely "Bee" Neil, Jane Clockadale; and a brothers, Jerry Williams. A private graveside service will be held at Garfield Cemetery, St. Charles and a memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mrs. Schiltz's memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements are by the Norris Funeral Home, 100 S. 3rd St., St. Charles. For information, (630)584-2000 or www.Norrisfh.com. Aurora Beacon Newspaper 6/24/2005.

She was buried on 25 June 2005 in Garfield Cemetery (Saint Charles, Kane, Illinois). She was educated at Madonna Catholic School for Girls and West Aurora HS,1 yr at St Claire College (Milwaukee Wi).. Name: LaPriel Clarice Williams, W452, 18, F
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Birth Date: 16 Dec 1927
Birth Place: Aurora (Kane) Illinois
Birth Memo: Born at home 19 N May St
Occupation: Wife and Mother
Education: Attended Madonna Catholic School for Girls and West Aurora HS. Then St Clair College (Milwaukee Wisc) and Aurora College Il
Religion: Catholic
Flags: Diane's Family
Hobbies: Grandchildren and Food, enjoys nature. Reading and was an avid Bridge Player
Census Date: 5 Apr 1930
Census Place: Living on 19 North May Street Aurora (Kane) Illinois with Mother, Father and Siblings
Father: Gerald N Williams, 71, M (1896-1950)
Mother: Edna J Quinn, 70, F (1897-1936)

Spouses: ----------------------------------------
1: Joseph Edward Schiltz, S432, 19, M
Father: Henry H Schiltz, 24, M (1897-1964)
Mother: Verena M Miller, 23, F (1896-1976)
Marriage Date: 5 Jul 1947
Marriage Place: Aurora (Kane) Illinois
Marriage Memo: Holy Angels Church
Address: Liberty Street Aurora, Illinois, State Street Aurora, Illinois, Main Street Aurora

Misc. Notes Joseph and LaPriel first met at Elgin Watch Company (Aurora, Il) where they were both employed. Both were laid off 2 weeks before the got married.

Children: David Joseph, 25, M (1948-)
Diane Mae, 2, F (1953-)
Dru Edna, 26, F (1959-)

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Last Modified: 28 May 2004
Created: 29 Jun 2004

LaPriel had Social Security Number 319-24-9932. LaPriel enjoyed reading and playing Bridge. LaPriel's patron saint was Joan of Arc.

AURORAN'S FLORIDA TRIP TAKES TURN FOR THE COLD
Auroran LaPriel Schiltz thought she was going on a Florida vacation when she boarded an Amtrak train Wednesday night. What she got instead, was a view of snowbound Indiana. Her huaband, Joe, got a call from her early Friday morning after the westbound train ground to a hault in the deep snow near Bainbridge, Ind. "I assumed she was calling from Florida." said Schiltz. "Instead, she's telling me about drifts higher than the train." Passengers were taken off the train and given refuge in the Bainbridge Methodist Church. LaPriel told her husband the town's residents had been "marvelous" to the trains passengers and crew. "The people of Bainbridge invited the people into their homes so they could take a bath." said Joe. After the passengers and crew spent an uneasy night sleeping in pews and church floor, they were taken by school bus Saturday afternoon to Indianapolis and were comfortable accomodations of the Holdiay Inn. Schiltz said his wife had no idea when the passengers and crew will be able to continue their trip. A crew worked all day Friday night but could not move the train three inches. There were no serious injuries, althought one crew member was hospitalized agter hurting his back when he slipped and fell and several persons were treated for frostbite. That does not include the small aches and pains sleeping on pews can produce. Aurora Beacon Newspaper. Feb 1978

Children were:

i.

David Joseph SCHILTZ was born on 7 June 1948 in St Charles Hospital Aurora, Kane, Illinois at 11:34 a.m.. David's parents were living in an upstairs apartment at 718 Liberty Street, Aurora,Kane, Il at the time of his birth. Godparent were William and Shirley Neil. He was baptized on 27 June 1948 in St Nicholas Church Aurora, Kane, Illinois. He was confirmed on 15 February 1959 in Aurora, Kane, Illinois at Saint Rita of Cascia Church.. Davis's Uncle Gerald Williams was the Sponsor. David graduated in 1966 in High School Degree.. Catholic

Music

Graduate Northwestern University Chicago, IL

National Guard

ii.

Diane Mae SCHILTZ Olson was born on 6 June 1953 in at 6:30 AM, St Charles Hospital Aurora, Kane, Illinois.. St Charles Hospital She was educated Aurora, Kane, Illinois in June 1971 in West Aurora High School. Diane attended Robert Morris College located in Carthage Illinois, her freshman year in college. She transfered and attended Gateway Tech in Kenosha Wisconsin. Diane May Schiltz
Yorkville Illinois
Bristol, Illinois
Aurora, Illinois

West Aurora High School

1631 Jay Lane

Secretary/Domestic Engineer

High School Grad- 2 Year College

Christian

Bible Study

Brown

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iii.

Dru Edna SCHILTZ Robson.