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a. Note:   Funeral Mass for Frances Schallenkamp was held January 7, 2000 in St. Stephen's Catholic Church, Bridgewater, SD. Fr. Paul Offerman celebrated the Mass. Burial was in the church cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were grandsons; Ken Schallenkamp, Keith Schallenkamp, John Fischette, Michael Fischette, Chris Fischette, John Schallenkamp, Bobby Schallenkamp, and Mike Byington. Pallbearers were grandsons; David Schallenkamp, Tom Fischette, Steven Schallenkamp, Gary Schallenkamp, Dan Schallenkamp, and Kevin Byington. Frances Kolbeck, daughter of Bernard and Mary (Bornhorst) Kolbeck, was born March 24, 1906 near Salem, SD. She grew up on a farm near Salem and attended St. Mary's school in Salem. On January 7, 1929 she married Henry A. "Shorty" Schallenkamp. They farmed north of Bridgewater until 1961 when they moved into Bridgewater. Her husband died in 1977 and Frances continued to live in her home in Bridgewater until 1994 when she moved into the Diamond Care Center in Bridgewater. She was a member of St. Stephen's Catholic Church of Bridgewater, SD, of the Christian Mothers, and was a former member of the St. Stephen's Choir. Frances loved to be with her grandchildren. She enjoyed making afghans and during her lifetime she made an afghan for each of her grandchildren. She also enjoyed playing cards. Frances died on January 4, 2000 in the Diamond Care Center, Bridgewater, SD. She had reached the age of 93 years, 9 months, 10 days. She is survived by four sons, Ernie and wife Shirley of Salem, SD; Ron and his wife Mary Jo of Sioux Falls, SD; Lloyd and wife Mary of Bridgewater, SD; and Bob and wife Judy of Hammond, Indiana; two daughters, Eileen Fischette of Lansing, Michigan; and Marjorie Halbert and husband Joe of Kimberling City, Missouri; 29 grandchildren; two great great grandchildren; and one brother, Tony Kolbeck of Salem, SD. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two sons in law, 8 brothers, and one sister.


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