AVON EVA M. BEUTZ
January 13, 1914 – August 31, 2010 The Mass of Christian Burial, celebrating the life of Eva M. Beutz, age 96 of Avon, will be 11:00
AM, Friday, September 3 at the Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Albany. Burial will be in the parish
cemetery. Eva died Tuesday at home. There will be a visitation from 4-9:00 PM Thursday and again
after 10:00 AM Friday at the church in Albany. Seven Dolors parish prayers will be at 4:30 PM with
the Christian Mothers and St. Ann’s Society praying at 7:00 PM Thursday at the church. Arrangements
are being made by the Miller-Carlin-Brenny Funeral Home in Albany. Eva was born January 13, 1914 in Krain Township, rural Holdingford, to Adam and Theresia
(Dullinger) Ebnet. She was the first baby to be baptized in the St. Mary’s Catholic church in
Holdingford. Eva married Lorenz Beutz on Mary 20, 1944 in Holdingford and the couple farmed
together in Avon until Lorenz’ death in 1984. For over 66 years, Eva lived on that same farm. Eva
was a member of the Seven Dolors Catholic Church, the Seven Dolors Christian Mothers and the St.
Ann’s Society. Eva is survived by her children; James (Viola) Beutz, Freeport; Harvey Beutz, Avon; John (Nancy)
Beutz, Albany; Ramona Koroll, St. Cloud and Mark (Theresa) Beutz, Albany. She is also survived
by her sister, Mary Lange, Flensburg and her three grandchildren, Laura, Kris and Aaron Koroll. Eva is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Lorenz on October 16, 1984, her brothers,
Tony Ebnet, Herman Ebnet, Richard Ebnet, Conrad Ebnet; her sisters, Margaret Liebsch, Ceil
Sonbuchner, Ann Ebnet and Rose Herbes.
Schedule and Information
There will be a visitation from 4-9:00 PM Thursday and again after 10:00 AM Friday at the church in Albany.
Seven Dolors Parish Center, Albany
The Mass of Christian Burial, celebrating the life of Eva M. Beutz, age 96 of Avon, will be 11:00 AM, Friday, September 3 at the Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Albany.
Seven Dolors Catholic Church
No words available to describe my sorrow at the world’s
loss of this wonderful Catholic woman, a dearest friend of mine. She will be forever in my prayers.
I’ll love you forever, Eva, and hope to spend Eternity with you in Heaven. The world just isn’t the same
without yur beautiful smiling face in it.
I enjoyed Eva’s wit, humor, and her home-made bread. Her home-made bread was outstanding!
Our condolences to the family…..
What a wonderfull lady and being a neighbor of hers when I was young and visiting the family when I traveled from Mich and now in Tennesee I still did when I went back to the Farm
A bread baker she was and a mighty great one..
A very wonderfull lady and the best bread maker,, My deepest sympathy to the family ,
I will always remember Eva as a remarkable lady and good cook. Fond memories at the Buetz farm, including the home made bread and honey in the comb on the table.
We have wonderful memories and can laugh about jokes pulled over the years—forever Christmas card, buffalo beef, “divinty” candy. You were a great godmother to me and we’ll miss your quick and funny sense of humor. I’ll bring the butter, you make the bread and save the crust for me! See you “im Himmel”.
Harvey my deepest condolences on your loss…..
If you need me call me.
The world will never be as pretty without Eva Beutz and
her wonderful smiling face. She was one of the sweetest
friends I have ever had, and she will be in my prayers
until the day I join her.
To the Beutz family – I’m so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Sincerely Judy (Auer) Haas
I’m so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing.
My familys thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With deepest sympathy.
Wir werden Dich und Deinen Witz sehr vermissen. Wir werden die Besuche bei Dir, Deine Gastfreundschaft und Deine wundervollen Kochkünste nicht vergessen und danken Dir von Herzen.
Albin, Mary, Gabi