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Descendants of Michael Zwick


      138. Loretta Irene7 Zwick (Sebastian6, Marx Marqruis Marcus5, Michael4, Thomas3, Wendelin2, Michael1) (Source: Census 1910 Place Stark, Ohio Page.) was born October 31, 1904 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH. (Source: Birth Records Stark Co., OH. v. 5-6 1893-1908 Film # 0897620, Book 6 Page 317 Line 1675, Her mother last name spell BURKHARDT. Also her middle name was "C".), and died December 05, 1966 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH.. She married Donald Vincent Paumier January 12, 1926 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH., son of Paul Paumier and Lorena Clark. He was born 1903, and died April 14, 1942 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH..

Notes for Loretta Irene Zwick:
Following her husband's death in 1942, Loretta moved back in with her parents.
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Obituary:
MRS. DONALD PAUMIER
Wednesday services in St. Louis Catholic Church were held
for Mrs. Loretta Paumier of 510 Washington ave. She was 62 years
of age and had been ill for quite some time. Mrs. Paumier was the
owner-operator of Lorettas Gift Shop on Main st. in Louisville.
Her husband preceded her in death in 1942. Survivors
include seven brothers, Urban Zwick of East Rochester, O., William
of Minerva; and Raymond, Charles, Lester, Jerald and James, all of
Louisville; four sisters, Mrs. Lillie Cuenot and Mrs. Ether Ruflin of
Louisville, Mrs. Mary Jaeb of Canton and Miss Helen Zwick of
Massillon; and many nieces and nephews.
She was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church and
St. Anns Rosary and Altar Society.
Following the Requiem High Mass burial was made in
the church cemetery with Paquelet Funeral Home in charge of the
arrangements.

More About Loretta Irene Zwick:
Burial: St. Louis Cemetery, Louisville, Stark Co., OH.

Notes for Donald Vincent Paumier:
Obituary from the Louisville Herald, page 1, 16 Apr 1942::
Donald V. Paumier, 40, of RD 2, Louisville, died from
complications at his home on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 oclock.
The deceased was a millworker. He was a member of LSCC and
the Holy Name Society.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Loretta Paumier, his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paumier of Louisville; three brothers, Eustace and
Claude Paumier of Louisville, and Marion Paumier of Camp Chaffer,
Arkansas; three sisters, Mrs. Erdine Zwick and Mrs. Helen Peer of
Louisville, and Mrs. Pauline Saunders of Canton.
The body is a the Dwyer & Stier mortuary where friends
may call at any time. Services will be held Friday morning at 9:30 at
St. Louis Catholic Church in charge of Rev. Fr. Paul Bucholz. Inter-
ment in St. Louis cemetery.

More About Donald Vincent Paumier:
Burial: St. Louis Cemetery, Louisville, Stark Co., OH.

Marriage Notes for Loretta Zwick and Donald Paumier:
Wedding announcement, Louisville Herald, pg 1, 14 Jan 192

ZWICK- PAUMIER WEDDING AT ST. LOUIS CHURCH
Miss Loretta Zwick and Donald Paumier, two of Louisvilles
estimable young people, were married Tuesday morning. The
ceremony was performed at St. Louis Catholic church by the
pastor, Rev. N. P. Weckel, and they (sic) attendants Miss Mary
Agnes Zwick and Claude Paumier, as sister and brother of the bride
and groom, respectively.
Mrs. Paumier wore a gown of yellow chiffon over crepe with a
hat to match and a corsage bouquet of roses. Miss Zwicks gown
was pale blue crepe and she carried an arm bouquet of roses. The
cortege was a pretty one and many friends and relatives of the young
people were present.
Mrs. Paumier is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Zwick and
Mr. Paumier is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paumier. They enjoy a
large circle of friends who extend best wishes and gave them many
beautiful gifts.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride,
about one hundred guests being in attendance. Later in the day they
left for a trip to Buffalo, NY.. Upon their return they will reside
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cuenot, on West Broad street, their apart-
ments being in readiness for occupancy. Mr. Paumier is employed by
the Superior Sheet Steel Co.
     
Child of Loretta Zwick and Donald Paumier is:
  441 i.   Don't Know8 Delete, born in Too show the parents of spouse in a report.


      139. Charles Vernon7 Zwick (Sebastian6, Marx Marqruis Marcus5, Michael4, Thomas3, Wendelin2, Michael1) (Source: (1) Census1930 Place: Nimishillen, Stark, Ohio Page 1B., (2) Census 1910 Place Stark, Ohio Page.) was born December 11, 1905 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH., and died February 17, 2000 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH. (Source: See notes newspaper.). He married Florence Mary Braun November 28, 1935 in Massillon, Stark Co., OH., daughter of Charles Braun and Mary Yetzer. She was born December 16, 1909 in Stark Co., OH., and died June 09, 1989 in Louisville, Stark Co., OH..

Notes for Charles Vernon Zwick:
Newspaper of Canton Repository Dated February 18, 2000

Charles V. Zwick

Charles V. Zwick, Sr., age 94, of Louisville, passed away Thursday February 17, 2000 in Aultman Hospital following extended illness.

Charles was born December 11, 1905 in Louisville and was the son of the late Sebastian and Helena (Burkhart) Zwick. He was a former self-employed masonry contractor and a member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Louisville.

Charles leaves behind three daughters and son-in-law, Karen and Thomas Dieffenbaugher of Louisville, Laurene and John Dieffenbaugher of Louisville and Linnea and Michael Emery of Canton; two sons and daughters - in - law; Richard and Betty Zwick of Louisville and Charles and Kathie Zwick, Jr. of Canton; a sister Mary Agnes Jaeb of Louisville; a brother, Gerald Zwick of Louisville; 17 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Florence Mary (Braun); six sisters; five brothers and one great-grandchild.

A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Louis Catholic Church with Msgr. Ken Milleer officiating. Burial will be in the Church Cemetery.

Friends may call Sunday evening from 5-8 p. m. at the funeral home.

(Paquelet - Falk, 875-2811)

More About Charles Vernon Zwick:
Burial: St. Louis Cemetery, Louisville, Stark Co., OH

Notes for Florence Mary Braun:
Obituary:
Florence M. Zwick, age 79, of 5930 Knob St., Louisville, passed away Friday June 9 [1989] in the St. Joseph Hospice. Born in Stark County, Ohio on Dec. 16, 1909 to the late Charles and Mary Yetzer Braun, she was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Louisville. She was preceded in death by a sister, Mildred Hazel.
She is survived by her husband, Charles V.; 3 daughters, Mrs. Tom (Karen) Dieffenbaugher, Mrs. John (Laurene) Dieffenbaugher; and Linnea Zwick - all of Louisville; 2 sons, Richard and Charles V. Jr., both of Louisville; a sister, Ruth Glutting of Massillon and a brother, Harold Braun of Massillon; 17 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10 a.m. Monday, June 12 in St. Louis Catholic Church. Friends called Sunday in the Stier-Israel Funeral Home of Louisville. Interment was in the church cemetery.



More About Florence Mary Braun:
Burial: St. Louis Cemetery, Louisville, Stark Co., OH
     
Children of Charles Zwick and Florence Braun are:
+ 442 i.   Charles Vernon8 Zwick, Jr., born Abt. 1944.
  443 ii.   Laurene F. Zwick, born Aft. 1935. She married John E. Dieffenbaugher Aft. 1955; born Abt. 1939.
+ 444 iii.   Richard Zwick, born Aft. 1937.
+ 445 iv.   Karen Zwick, born 1939.
+ 446 v.   Linnea M. Zwick, born Aft. 1948.


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