Fred Scheunemann, 91, of Mountain Home died Nov. 30 at Hospice of the Ozarks Hospice House in Mountain View.
He was born May 6, 1916 in Edison Park, Ill., to the late Fred and Ruby (Moe) Scheunemann.
Scheunemann married Gisela Noehring on July 5, 1957 in Chicago, Ill. He was a retired Technical Director for NBC in Chicago. He enjoyed playing golf, the outdoors and loved his family very much. He was an Army Air Corps veteran and served during WWII. He was a member of the Twin Lakes Golf Course, NRA and the Disabled American Veterans.
Scheunemann is survived by his wife, Gisela Scheunemann of the home; two sons, Eric Scheunemann and wife Alicia of Eureka Springs and Victor Scheunemann of Nashville, Tenn.; three daughters, Heidi Langston and husband Burl of Gentry, Heidi DeGraf and husband David and Julie Deihl and husband Mark of Bella Vista; seven grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. He was preceded in death by a brother and sister.
A private memorial service was held. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Ozarks Hospice House. Arrangements were made by Roller Funeral Home. Visit www.rollerfuneralhomes.com to sign an on-line guest book.
Anne Cerne Larson, 89, formerly of Hot Springs and Conway, died Nov. 20 at her home in Houston, Texas.
She was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to John and Agnes Stupar Cerne. She was preceded in death by her husband, Wilbur (Bill) Larson, her mother and father, and her five brothers and three sisters.
She married Bill Larson in May, 1944. They lived in California, Texas, Arkansas and Kansas before retiring to Hot Springs in the early 70s.
Larson was an avid gardener and birder, and was active in her church well into her eighties. She taught school and worked in the business office at St. Joseph Hospital in Hot Springs, but she was primarily a homemaker and mother.
Larson is survived by her three children, Lea Dudley of Foley, Ala., Karen Shewbart and son-in-law Bill Shewbart of Houston, Texas and Albert Larson and daughter-in-law Lynn Larson, of Eureka Springs; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.
A celebration of her life was be held Dec. 29 at the Church of St. John the Baptist in Hot Springs. Remembrances may be sent to St. John School, Hot Springs or Garvin Gardens, Hot Springs.