1932 Grant 2007

Grant Derber Scheller

June 28, 1932 — May 29, 2007

Grant Derber Scheller of Manawa, age 74, passed away Tuesday May 29, 2007 at Cherry Meadows Hospice in Appleton. He was born June 28, 1932 in the Village of Van Dyne Fond du Lac Co. WI., son of the late Henry and Sadie (Derber) Scheller. Grant attended schools in Van Dyne and New London. On August 10, 1957 he married Gladys Korth in New London. He was self employed in logging, milk hauling, cattle trucking and farming. He had been a long time member of the Manawa Fire Department. Grant enjoyed deer hunting, RV trips, working on trucks and watching auto race, his grandchildren and babysitting the neighbor's children. He played in a Polka Band for Roger Fietzer and his dad. He is survived by his wife: Gladys; his sons: Tim, Terry, Bruce (Jennifer); his daughter Louisa and fiancée Craig Schefe; son-in-law John Diermeier (Linda); grandchildren: Danielle, Brianne, Ian Diermeier, Brandon, David, Andrew, Jacob Scheller, Megan Ott and Carley Diermeier; sisters: June LeFeber, RaeMona Preece (Jim); Lois Linde (Wayne); Joy Freeman, his twin sister Grace Kaminske, sister-in-law Dorothy Scheller and special neighbors Ethan and Mason Wiesner. Preceded in death by his mother Sadie Derber Van Vorst, father Henry Scheller, daughter Denece Diermeier, infant sister Rita, brother Henry, brothers-in-law Karl Kaminski and James Freeman. The funeral service for Grant will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday June 2, 2007 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Manawa with Rev. Wally Waite officiating. Grant will be cremated following the service and his cremated remains will be buried in the New Maple Creek Cemetery. Friends may call directly at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until the time of the service.

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