This page is to tell a little more about Dwight F. Steininger.

Logansport Pharos Tribune, November 13, 1936, page 6. Logansport, Indiana
Logansport Pharos Tribune, May 4, 1939, page 17. Logansport, Indiana.
Brazil Daily Times, March 15, 1952, page 2. (Brazil, Indiana)
Brazil Daily Times, March 22, 1952, page 5. Brazil, Indiana
Brazil Daily Times, March 15, 1952, Page 2. Brazil, Indiana
Jeffersonville Evening News, March 6, 1954, page 8. Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Valparaiso Vidette Messenger, December 31, 1952, Page 2. Valparaiso, Indiana
Jeffersonville Evening News, January 5, 1955, page 6. Jeffersonville, Indiana
Logansport Pharos Tribune, December 15, 1955, page 3. Logansport, Indiana
Anderson Sunday Herald, November 24, 1963, page 10. Anderson, Indiana
Brown County Democrat, May 29, 1974, page 8. Nashville, Indiana
Terre Haute Tribune, August 7, 1975, page 20. Terre Haute, Indiana
Seymour Daily Tribune, May 19, 1977, page 6. Seymour, Indiana
The York Dispatch, March 18, 1978, page 6. York, Pennsylvania
The York Dispatch, March 17, 1978, page 5. York, Pennsylvania
Greensburg Daily News, September 30, 1983, page 1. Greensburg, Indiana
Brown County Democrat, November 26, 1997, page 4. Nashville, indiana
Brown County Democrat, November 3, 2010, page 4. Nashville, Indiana
Brown County Democrat, November 26, 1997, page 2. Nashville, Indiana

Dwight Steininger also had a weekly radio program on many Indiana stations. The following are examples of music composed by Dwight and his radio broadcast. (These were recorded on cassette tapes that were shared with me and I digitized them so that you hear his works)

A Brand New Man by Dwight Steininger
Old Country Church by Dwight Steininger
A Radio Sermon by Dwight Steininger (Unknown Date)
The Chapel in the Church House by Dwight Steininger
The Chimes of the Chapel Radio Program with Dwight Steininger
The Chapel in the Jail House by Dwight Steininger
History of the Steininger Family as told by Dwight Steininger (This the original recording on the tape. It is over an hour of which the last half did not record well)
History of the Steininger Family as told by Dwight Steininger (Reduced down from the original tape to include the most relevant portions)