Person:David Quade (1)

David Ruben Quade
b.5 Oct 1912 Hunter, Kansas
d.29 Dec 2003 Rose Hill, Kansas
m. 23 Oct 1892
  1. Olga E Quade1893 - 1933
  2. Hulda A Quade1894 - 1918
  3. Marie Louise Quade1896 - 1983
  4. Rudolph Henry Quade1897 - 1938
  5. Walter John Quade1899 - 1983
  6. Ernest Martin Quade1902 - 1972
  7. Peter Wilhelm Paul Quade1904 - 1991
  8. Robert F Quade1906 - 1907
  9. Bertha Amelia Quade1908 - 1980
  10. Fredrich Herbert Quade1910 - 1983
  11. David Ruben Quade1912 - 2003
  12. Adolph Herman Quade1914 - 1993
Facts and Events
Name David Ruben Quade
Gender Male
Birth? 5 Oct 1912 Hunter, Kansas
Death? 29 Dec 2003 Rose Hill, Kansas
Burial? 2 Jan 2004 Ellsworth Memorial Cemetery, Ellsworth, Kansas
Other[1] Obituary

David lived in Kansas. He was a resident of Wichita, Kansas since 2001coming from Ellsworth, Kansas where he had lived since 1945.

David was a retired civil service engineer for Schilling Air Force Basein Salina and a retired register of deeds for Ellsworth County, Kansas.He was a past barbershop quartet member, and member of Veterans ofForeign Wars Post 6485, American Legion Post 174, Fellowship Club andKiwanis, all of Ellsworth. He was also a member of Disabled Vets ofKansas and Immanuel Lutheran Church of Ellsworth. He was a U.S. Armyveteran of World War II.

  1. David R. Quade
    ELLSWORTH - David R. Quade, 91, died Dec. 29, 2003, at Lake Point at Rose Hill, Rose Hill.
    He was born Oct. 5, 1912, at Hunter, the son of Wilhelm and Bertha H. Reich Quade. A resident of the Wichita area since September 2001, formerly of Ellsworth since 1945, he was a retired civil service engineer for Schilling AFB, Salina, and a retired register of deeds for Ellsworth County.
    On Sept. 11, 1938, he married Leona Luck at Lincoln. She survives.
    Other survivors include: a son, Larry, Derby; a daughter, Theora Wagner, Independence; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
    Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Smith Mortuary, Derby, with Pastor Clifford Winter presiding. A second service will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Ellsworth. Visitation will be from 9 to 10 a.m. Friday at the church.
    Memorials may be sent to the church or Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6485, both in care of Parsons Funeral Home, Ellsworth.