Achievements & Whereabouts

Schosers have conquered the world. But where exactly are they? Where have they come from? Where are they going? Schosers have also been at the forefront of many revolutionary discoveries and achievements. Whether in sports, science, business, arts or nonsense, Schosers have the potential to excel. See this unique collection of evidence of Schosers' whereabouts and achievements!

Sunday 21 November 2010

Who is next, please?

An emergency or health problem? Schosers can provide medical assistance.

Georg Schoser is executive medical director of the Tettnang hospital near Lake Constance. He is specialised in intensive care and anaesthesia and would therefore clearly know what to do in an emergency.

Karin Schoser is medical director of the county hospital of Tuttlingen on the Danube river. She is specialised in the treatment of strokes and responsible for the hospital's stroke ward.

Heike Schoser works in the dan gym of Burladingen. She is physiotherapist specialised in back problems and gives lessons in indoor cycling. Apart from these medical tasks she is responsible for membership administration.

In the case of psychological health problems, Steven Schoser may be able to help out. He works as family therapist for the Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS) at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. ARTS is specialised in drug treatment programs for adolescents and offenders.

Monday 1 November 2010


According to the Hebrew bible, Methuselah was 969 years old when he died. He is the oldest person mentioned in the bible and has become the symbol of longevity. Schosers have not quite yet reached such biblical age, but two Schosers - with the biblical names Mary and Josef - are almost centenarians.

Methuselah -
the oldest living tree
Mary Alice was born on 23 September 1905 in Durango, Colorado and died there on 6 September 2001 at the age of almost 96. She was the eldest of six children of Dora and Ludwig Schoser. She married Elmer Schumacher in October 1924 at the age of 19. The couple had three children and their marriage lasted 44 years until Elmer died in November 1968.

The longest living male Schoser appears to be Josef Schoser of Friedrichshafen. He turned 95 years on 27 September 2008. The local Südkurier mentions him also as one of the oldest participants in the local music festival in September 2008. If still alive Josef would now be 97 years old and the longest living Schoser ever recorded. Knowing that the region around Lake Constance where Friedrichshafen is situated is famous for its favourable and mild climate there is a chance that he is.