John Spitznogle Obituary, Indiana, Has Sadly Passed Away

John Spitznogle Obituary, Death – 85 years old, passed away in the evening of Saturday, June 26, 2021, surrounded by his loved ones. He was the tenth and final child to be born to Nora Bauer and Paul Carl Spitznogle on April 8, 1936 in Cass County, Indiana. He was the youngest of the 10. St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Logansport, Indiana, was the location of his baptism. His grandfather, Felix Bauer, was responsible for making the 650,000 bricks that were used in the construction of the church.

Through the eighth grade, he was a student at Saint Joseph Roman Catholic School, where he forged friendships that would last a lifetime. He was an eager member of the Washington Township High School Yell Team, and he was a proud alumnus of Washington Township High School. Go Hatchets! After serving in the United States Army as a cook for a period of time, he applied to and was accepted as an apprentice at General Motors. He worked there for 44 years before retiring in the year 2001 as a Tool and Die Maker.

He expressed his gratitude for the chance to be able to care for his family as well as the wonderful friendships he developed there. Soon after their marriage in 1960, John and his wife Meg moved to Boone County, where they raised their four children while also working in agriculture as a secondary occupation. They named the property Chinkapin Oak Farm after the massive oak tree that stood in the backyard of the home farm that they bought. There is some disagreement as to whether or not the tree in question is a Chinkapin.

He was a devoted and devout member of Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Lebanon, where he enjoyed membership in the Holy Name Men’s Club, the Knights of Columbus, Cursillo, and any committee that would have him. In addition, he contributed sweet corn for funeral feasts during his time there. He passed away in 2010. He couldn’t believe it when he heard that a church was running a fundraising campaign with the goal of bringing him down from the roof.

 

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