HAVRE DAILY NEWS               Tuesday, February 4, 1992

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WILLIAM F. SCHEND

   HAVRE -- William F. Schend, 80, died Monday afternoon at a Havre nursing

home of natural causes.

   A funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Jude's Catholic

Church with the Rev. Jack Harrington officiating.

   Burial will be in Highland Cemetery.

   Rosary services will be Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Holland & Bonine Funeral

Chapel.

   Mr. Schend was born Jan. 7, 1912 in Fresno, west of Havre, to Anthony and

Bridget Flynn Schend. He had farmed in the Fresno area for a few years, then he

began work as a self-employed carpenter. He did work for Pole Line

Construction. He lived in the Havre area most of his life. He spent one year in

Alaska and eight years in Great Falls.

   He was a member of St. Judes Catholic Church and a past member of the Elks

and Eagles lodges.

   He is survived by his children, Terry of Havre, Wilma Howerton of Loomis,

Calif., Kay Williams of Salt Lake City, Utah and David Sched of Denver, Colo;

16 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; one sister, Lucille Slate of Great

Falls; and two brothers, James of Edmonds, Wash. and Tony of Bellevue, Wash..

   He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers, Frank, Joe, and

Charlie.

   Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society.

   Holland & Bonine Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

 

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                      GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE            Thursday, February 6, 1992

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William F. Schend

   HAVRE -- William F. Schend, 80, a longtime carpenter, died Monday at a Havre

nursing home of natural causes.

   Funeral mass will be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Jude's Catholic

Church. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the

American Cancer Society. Holland & Bonine Funeral Home is in charge of

arrangements.

   Schend was born in Fresno, west of Havre, on Jan 7, 1912, and grew up there.

   He farmed a few years before begining work as a carpenter. He resided in the

Havre area most of his life except for a year in Alaska and eight years in

Great Ffalls.

   He was a member of St. Jude's Catholic Church and a past member of the Elks

and Eagles lodges.

   Surviving are four children, Terry Schend of Havre, Wilma Howerton of

Loomis, Calif., Kay Williams of Salt Lake City, and David Schend of Denver; a

sister, Lucile Slaght of Great Falls; two brothers, James of Edmonds, Wash.,

and Tony of Bellevue, Wash.; 16 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

 

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                          HAVRE DAILY NEWS              Friday, February 7, 1992

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WILLIAM F. SCHEND

   HAVRE -- William F. Schend, 80, died Feb. 3 at a Havre rest home of natural

causes.

   A rosary was recited Wednesday evening at Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel in

Havre with Father Jack Harrington officiating.

   A funeral Mass was said Thursday morning at St. Jude's Catholic Church with

Father Harrington officiating.

   Burial was in Highland Cemetery.

   The soloist and organist was Regina Gabriel. She sang "The Wind Beneath My

Wings," "Be With Me," "Amazing Grace" and "Morning Has Broken." She also sang

"May The Angles Lead You Into Paradise" at the cemetery.

   Alter servers were Chris Schend and Melissa Bergman.

   Pallbeareres were Raymond Kallenberger, Earl Donoven, Cecil Schend, James W.

Henderson, Monte L. Connor and Jerry Bergren.

   Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society.

   Holland & Bonine Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

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