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Thursday 13 December 2012

Obituary for Hildegard Schoser

Hildegard Schoser (Stapf) of Trochtelfingen died on Saturday, 8 December 2012 in Tettnang hospital. She was 82. Hildegard was born on 21 April 1930, in Frankfurt-Höchst, the second child of Theodor and Anna Stapf. Her father owned a household supply shop in Hofheim where she helped out from an early age. Later, she worked in the clothing boutique of her husband in Trochtelfingen.

Hildegard married Hans Schoser on 13 August 1956. They had five sons. Hildegard is remembered by her family for her good sense of humor, her active involvement in several associations namely the women's association of the historical trainband and in carnival activities. For most of the past 16 years, she took care of her husband Hans confined to a wheelchair after a stroke.

Hildegard was preceded in death by her brother Theo. She is survived by her sister Cecilia, her husband Hans, their five sons Norbert, Bernhard, Georg, Michael and Joachim, their wifes and eight grand-children. A memorial service took place in St Martin in Trochtelfingen on 13 December 2012.