1931 - 1947 (16 years)
||Glen Schwartzentruber |
||26 Apr 1931
||Baden, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
|Eby ID Number
||21 Jul 1947
||Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada [1, 2]
|Cause: accident |
||Wilmot Mennonite (formerly Geiger) Cemetery, Wilmot, Waterloo Region, Ontario
||23 Jul 2020 |
||Simon Schwartzentruber, b. 12 Oct 1903, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 2 Sep 1978, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age 74 years) |
||Laura J. Jutzi, b. 1 Jan 1909, St. Agatha, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada , d. 25 Mar 1962, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada (Age 53 years) |
||1 Jun 1927 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Schwartzentruber.-Glen, son of Simon and Laura (Jutzi) Schwartzentruber, was born at Baden, Ont., April 26, 1931; died July 21, 1947; aged 16 y. 2 m. 25 d. He met his death, along with Ray Snyder and Ernest Timothy Roth, in a railway crossing accident on the farm of Samuel S. Roth, near Baden, Ont. Surviving are his parents, one grandmother (Mrs. Lizzie Steinman, of Baden), one grandfather (Joseph K. Schwartzentruber, Petersburg, Ont.), 6 brothers (Arthur, Nyle, Clare, Elverne, Simon Jr., and Wayne), 6 sisters (Leona, Ellen, Irma, Reta, Ruth Ann, and Arlene), and many other relatives and friends. At the age of eleven he accepted Christ as his personal Saviour and united with the Baden Mennonite Church. He was a cheerful, consistent Christian. Funeral services were held at the home on July 24, in charge of Peter Nafziger, followed by joint services at the Geiger Mennonite Church, New Hamburg, Ont., in charge of James Martin, Osiah Horst, and Curtis Cressman. Interment was made in a double grave in the adjoining cemetery.
Gospel Herald - Volume XL, Number 25 - September 16, 1947 - pp. 542, 543
ERNEST ROTH, GLEN SCHWARTZENTRUBER, RAYMOND SNYDER
Kitchener, July 22 - Motoring to Au Gres, Michigan yesterday to attend the funeral of a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roth, of Baden, were reached as they prepared to cross the border at Sarnia and informed their son, Ernest, 21, had been killed with two friends in a railway crossing crash near their home. Today they arranged for the funeral of their young son. The other victims were Glen Schwartzentruber, 16, and Raymond Snyder, 11. All were Mennonites. The three were killed instantly when struck by a Canadian National Railways train in charge of Edward Milner, Toronto, conductor, and William Flint, Toronto, engineer, on a crossing leading to the Samuel Roth farm. They were returning from a field, where they had been dusting potatoes. Roth, who was married to the former Mildred Roth last September, also is survived by his parents, one brother, Calvin, and two sisters, Agness and Mrs. Rufus Bender, Baden. Schwartzentruber, a son of Mr. And Mrs. Simon Schwartzentruber, is survived by his parents, six brothers, Arthur, Nyle, Clare, Elverne, Simon and Waybe, and six sisters, Leona, Ellen, Erma, Rita, Ruth and Arlene, all at home. Snyder is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder; a brother, Vernus, at hoem, and three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Bechtel, Mrs. Ethel Roth and Ruth Snyder, all of Baden.
Kitchener Daily Record 23 Jul 1947
- [S8] News - Gospel Herald, Obituary of Glen Schwartzentruber - September 16, 1947 - pp. 542, 543.
- [S350] News - ON, Waterloo, Kitchener - Kitchener Daily Record 1919-1947, Ernest Roth, Glen Schwartzentruber, Raymond Snyder - 23 Jul 1947.
- [S8] News - Gospel Herald, May 8, 1962 - Obituary of Laura Jutzi.
|Born - 26 Apr 1931 - Baden, Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
|Died - Cause: accident - 21 Jul 1947 - Wilmot Twp., Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
|Buried - - Wilmot Mennonite (formerly Geiger) Cemetery, Wilmot, Waterloo Region, Ontario