EMMETT OTIS10 STEININGER (Forest Ray9, Jonathan ‘Howard’8, Reuben7, George B6, John Jacob5, John Leonard4 Jr, Johan Leonard3, Hannss Michael2, Hanns1) was born on 28 Aug 1914 in Royal Center, Cass County, Indiana. He died on 06 Mar 2014 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana (Age: 99). He married Mabel Louise ‘Peggy’ McDougle, daughter of Clarence Otto McDougle and Della Eulalah Leavell, on 10 Oct 1936 in Twelve Mile, Cass County, Indiana. She was born on 07 Nov 1915 in Metea, Cass County, Indiana (near Twelve Mile, Indiana). She died on 26 Mar 2010 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana (DeKalb Memorial Hospital)
Emmett Otis Steininger was buried in 2014 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana. Over the years, he is listed on various documents as: Emmett O Steininger, Emmet Steininger, and E O Steininger.
Mabel Louise ‘Peggy’ McDougle was born on 07 Nov 1915 in Royal Center, Cass County, Indiana. She was buried on 30 Mar 2010 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana (Woodland Cemetery). On various documents, ‘Peggy’ is listed as: Mable McDongle, Mabel O Steininger, Mabel L Mcdougle Steininger, Marel L Steininger, Mable Mcdougle and Mabel Steininger.
Emmett Otis Steininger and Mabel Louise ‘Peggy’ McDougle had the following children:
i. JUDITH ANN11 STEININGER was born on 24 Mar 1938 in Royal Center, Cass County,
Indiana. She married Dewain Edward Johnson, son of Roy Lee Johnson and Gertrude Marie Deckert, on 16 Aug 1958. He was born on 05 Sep 1935 in Newman Grove, Madison County, Nebraska. He died on 10 Apr 2011 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana (Age at Death: 75).
Judith Ann Steininger also went by the name of Judith Johnson. She also went by the name of Judith A Johnson and Judith Ann Johnson.
Dewain Edward Johnson also went by the name of Dewain E Johnson. He also went by the name of Dewain Johnson. He was buried in Fishers, Hamilton County, Indiana.
Notes for Dewain Edward Johnson:
Dewain E. Johnson 75, passed away peacefully at his home Sunday April 10, 2011. He was born in Newman Grove, NE and was a teacher for 35 years mostly in Beech Grove and Indianapolis. Dewain is survived by his loving wife Judith of 52 years; children Brad Johnson, Stephanie (Brett) Frankhauser, and Scott (Ginger) Johnson; 10 Grandchildren and sisters Minda Maxwell and Lois Hopper.
Visitation was held Saturday April 16, 2011, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Indianapolis First Church of the Nazarene 9401 E. 25th St. Indpls. IN 46229, with funeral services at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Burial: Oaklawn Memorial Gardens
Arrangements: Little & Sons Funeral Home Stop 11 Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to Olivet Nazarene University 1 University Ave. Bourbonnais, IL. 60914.
ii. ROBERTA KAY STEININGER was born on 21 Dec 1939 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana. She died on 19 Aug 2007 in Florissant, Teller, Colorado (Age at Death: 67). She married Gerard Alexander Reed, son of Paul A. Reed and Loula Taylor, on 26 May 1963 in Bethany, Oklahoma. He was born on 19 Jan 1941. On documents, Roberta Kay Steininger went by the name of Roberta Reed, Roberta K Reed, and Roberta Kay Reed. She was buried in Florissant, Teller County, Colorado. Gerard Alexander Reed also went by the name of Gerard A Reed.
iii. DONALD BRUCE STEININGER was born on 03 Oct 1942 in Auburn, DeKalb County,
Indiana. He married Kathleen Diane Lisius on 28 May 1966. She was born on 12
May 1945 in Ashland, Ashland, Ohio. Donald Bruce Steininger also went by the name of Donald B Steininger. Kathleen Diane Lisius also went by the name of Kathy Steininger.
iv. BARBARA JOAN STEININGER was born on 28 Nov 1948 in Auburn, DeKalb County,
Indiana. She married Russell Arthur Hoff Jr, son of Russell Arthur Hoff Sr, on 03 Jan 1970 in Auburn, De Kalb, Indiana. He was born on 20 Apr 1948 in Indiana. Barbara Joan Steininger also went by the name of Barbara Hoff. She also went by the name of Barbara Hoff.
v. BETTY JEAN STEININGER was born on 28 Nov 1948 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana. She married Larry Wayne Theel in Auburn, De Kalb, Indiana. He was born on 20 Jul 1949 in Mission, Johnson, Kansas. Betty Jean Steininger is listed on various documents as: Betty Theel, Betty J Theel, and by the name of Barbara Joan Steininger. Larry Wayne Theel also went by the name of Larry Theel.
Larry Wayne Theel married Betty Jean Steininger on 24 May 1969 in Auburn, DeKalb County, Indiana.
Notes for Emmett Otis Steininger:
According to the Garrett Clipper (Garrett, Indiana) on January 10, 1946.
E.O. and Dee Steininger of Auburn, brothers, have acquired the St. Joe News from Mrs. Lora Leighty, Widow of the late Fred B. Leighty, who was killed last month when struck by an automobile. Dee Steininger has been employed by Messenger Corp. and his brother by Modern Account System. They and their families expect to move to St. Joe.
According to the Angola Herald (Angola, Indiana) dated March 15, 1948
St. Joe News Changes Ownership and Management.
Theodore E. Haberkorn has purchased the St. Joe News from Emmett Steininger and will assume
management on March 1. Mr. Steininger had purchased the paper from Mrs. Lora Leighty in January, 1946, following the death of her husband.
According to the Garrett Clipper (Garrett, Indiana) on July 3, 1950
Emmett Steininger of Waterloo, former publisher of the St. Joe News and for the past two years
operator of a job printing shop in Waterloo, reported Thursday that he will move his shop to Auburn. Steininger will open his Printcraft business at 704 North Union street where his brother, Dee Steininger, formerly operated a shop. Dee has moved to Grabill where is is now publisher of the Cedar Creek Courier, a semi-monthly publication. Emmett, with his wife and five children, will move to Auburn this week to the home formerly owned by his brother.
According to the Garrett Clipper (Garrett, Indiana) dated June 30, 1955 on page 3
Printcraft Printing Shop Business in Auburn Sold
The Printcraft Shop business in Auburn, owned by Emmett Steininger of 302 East First street was sold Monday to the Webb Printing Co. at 210 West Twelfth street in Auburn. Marion Webb of 507 South Jackson street, Auburn, owner of the firm, said Monday that Mr. Steininger has been employed as manager of the new printing establishment.
The Webb Printing company was formed about seven years ago and has been engaged chiefly in
the printing of catalogues and premium books for dog shows. With the additional equipment, the Webb Printing Co., will be engaged in general printing work, including offset and letter press printing.
Mr. Steininger opened the Printcraft Shop in Auburn approximately five years ago. The Printcraft building has been sold to Alva Thomas of Auburn who, with his son, Richard Thomas, will open a paint and wallpaper store in the building.
Obituary for Emmett Steininger from the Evening Star – Auburn, Indiana March 7, 2014
AUBURN – Emmett O. Steininger, 99, of Auburn died Thursday, March 6, 2014, at DeKalb Health in Auburn. Emmett was born Aug. 28, 1914, in Royal Center, Indiana, to Forrest and Viola (Lusher) Steininger. Mr. Steininger was the owner and operator of the Printcraft Printing Company in Auburn and then retired from the Fort Wayne Printing Company.
He attended the Auburn Church of the Nazarene. He was a member of the Auburn Lions Club and was a dedicated gardener that was a past recipient of the DeKalb County Gardener of the Year award. Emmett married Mabel L. “Peggy” McDougle on Oct. 10, 1936, in the home where Peggy was raised near Twelve Mile, Indiana, and she passed away March 26, 2010.
Surviving are four children and their spouses, Judith Johnson of Indianapolis, Don and Kathy Steininger of Fort Wayne, Betty and Larry Theel of Overland Park, Kansas, and Barbara and Russell Hoff of Auburn; a son in-law, Dr. Gerard Reed of Spring, Texas; nine grandchildren, Bradley Johnson, Stephanie (Brett) Frankhauser, Trent (Shelley) Theel, Scott (Ginger) Johnson, Alison (Steve) Rynearson, Travis (Rachelle) Theel, Kisha Steininger, Ryan (Maura) Hoff and Toby (Marci) Theel; 19 great-grandchildren; a brother and sister-in-law, Hubert and Marcy Steininger of Auburn; a sister, Wanda Bowman of Noblesville; and a sister-in-law, Evangeline Steininger of Auburn.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife; a daughter, Roberta Reed; son-in-law, DewainPublished in KPCNews on Mar. 7, 2014
Johnson; and four brothers, Bill Steininger, Leo Steininger, Dee Steininger and Dwight Steininger.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Auburn Church of the Nazarene, 2301 N. Main St., Auburn,
with visitation from 10-11 a.m. Monday prior to the service at the church. The Dr. Gerard Reed and the Rev. Dan White will be officiating. Burial will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery in Auburn.
Visitation will also be from 4-6 p.m. Sunday at Feller and Clark Funeral Home, 1860 Center St., Auburn.
Memorials may be directed to the Auburn Church of the Nazarene or the Community Foundation of DeKalb County.
To send condolences, visit www.fellerandclark.com.
Notes for Mabel L. ‘Peggy’ McDougle:
From the Logansport Pharos-Tribune – Logansport, Indiana dated Monday October 12, 1936 page 6
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C.O. McDougle of near Walton was the scene of a pretty wedding at high noon Saturday when their daughter Mabel and Emmett O. Steininger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Steininger of near Royal Center, were married. The Reverend Dwight Steininger, brother of the bridegroom, performed the ceremony before an altar banked with autumn flowers. The bride wore a mulberry rust crepe tunic frock with brown accessories. Her only attendant, Velsie McVety of Anoka, wore a black crepe tunic dress with matching accessories. Bruce Lowe of San Diego, Cal., attended the groom. Following the ceremony, a dinner was served the wedding party and the following: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Steininger, the Rev. and Mrs. Dwight Steininger, Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Sherrill and daughters, Mrs. Marion Barnett and children, Vernon, Leon and Ellen Jeanne, Emerson and Deloris McDougle of Logansport; Velsi McVety of Angola, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Leavell and Maxine McDougle of Fulton, Bruce Lowe of San Diego, Calif., Leo, Hubert, Wando and Billy Steininger of Royal Center. Mrs. Steininger was graduated from Metea high school in 1934. Mr. and Mrs. Steininger are residing at Auburn where Mr. Steininger is employed by a printing company.
Obituary for Mabel L. ‘Peggy’ Steininger
MABEL L. “PEGGY” STEININGER, 94, of Auburn, died Friday, March 26, 2010, at DeKalb Memorial Hospital in Auburn. Mrs. Steininger was born on Nov. 7, 1915, in Royal Center, Ind., daughter of Clarence and Della (Leavell) McDougle. She was a bookkeeper for the Evening Star Newspaper in Auburn and Electric Motors in Garrett, retiring in 1980. She was also a member of Auburn Church of the Nazarene and a member and past president of the Auburn Garden Club.
She married Emmett Steininger on Oct. 10, 1936, in her parent’s home near Twelve Mile, Ind.; he survives. She is also survived by four children and their spouses, Judith and Dewain Johnson of Indianapolis, Don and Kathy Steininger of Fort Wayne, Betty and Larry Theel of Overland Park, Kan. and Barbara and Russell Hoff of Auburn; a son-in-law, Dr. Gerard Reed of Spring, Texas; sisters, Ellen Johnson of Crown Point and Delores Dennison of Columbia City; nine grandchildren, Bradley Johnson, Stephanie (Brett) Frankhauser, Trent (Shelley) Theel, Scott (Ginger) Johnson, Alison Hoff, Travis (Rachelle) Theel, Kisha Steininger, Ryan (Maura) Hoff and Toby (Marci) Theel; and 18 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Roberta Reed; three brothers; and three sisters. Service is 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at Auburn Church of the Nazarene. Dr. Gerard Reed and Rev. Dan White officiating. Calling is from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at Feller & Clark Funeral Home, 1860 South Center Street, Auburn. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Auburn. Memorials may be directed to the church.