Thomas J. Lagemann, 71, of New Haven, MO, passed away Monday, June 25, 2018 at New Haven Care Center.
Thomas was born in Louisiana, Missouri on May 14, 1947, a son of Thomas Henry "Nick" & Margaret Mary (Ballman) Lagemann.
He was the husband of Judith (Adams) Lagemann. They were united in marriage on October 14, 1972 at Sacred Heart Church, Norborne, Missouri. Judy survives at the home.
Thomas is also survived by his mother Margaret Lagemann, of Elsberry, Missouri; a son, Aaron, Lagemann & wife Kelly, of New Haven; a daughter, Alex Lagemann, of St. Louis, by brothers, Richard, Bill, Alan, and Gary Lagemann, by sisters, Debbie Foster, Carol Pilcher, Connie Asbury, and Angela Geosling, by three grandchildren, Lydia & Alayna Lagemann and Kensley Welch, by a brother-in-law, John Adams, a sister-in-law, Judy Adams, and by many nieces, nephews, and friends.
He is preceded in death by his father, by a son, Andy Lagemann, an infant daughter, Tracie Lagemann, a brother Larry Lagemann and an infant grandson Aiden Poteet.
Thomas was a member of Assumption Church, New Haven, the Knights of Columbus, and New Haven Lions Club, where he also served as president for many years and zone chairman for the last several years.
Thomas was a Vo-Ag teacher. He was also the manager for MFA stores in Jonesburg, New Haven, and Marthasville, he drove a school bus for New Haven School District and was the owner & operator of Meyers Station in New Haven.
In his free time Thomas enjoyed being in the outdoors, whether it was camping, canoeing or using his primitive skills. He also enjoyed reading and spending time with his grandchildren.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, June 27th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home, New Haven.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at Assumption Church, New Haven, with Father John Deken officiating.
Burial will be at Assumption Cemetery. Memorials may be given to New Haven Lions Club or Assumption Cemetery. C/O Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home.
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Works by three local artists will be featured in an exhibit at the New Haven Scenic Regional Library Branch this Sunday, June 24.
"Wood-Light-Clay" will highlight works by Randy Schwentker, Tony Carosella, and Alan Bell. The exhibit will open at 11 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m. at the new library at 200 Douglas Street.
This is the third annual art exhibit hosted by the New Haven Friends of the Library. There is no admission fee.
The annual Black Gold Softball Tournament returns to New Haven City Park this coming weekend on Saturday June 23 and Sunday June 24 with games on Lions and Bock fields. An annual men’s fastpitch tournament in the area dates back to the 1960s.
The Black Gold team is comprised mainly of players originating from Hermann, New Haven, Union, and Washington. Eric Steinbeck, Terry Coon, Cullen Speckhals, Dean Haeffner, Jake Murphy, Jake Johnson and Matt Benz are some of the long-time players with local ties.
Teams from Kansas, Illinois, and all parts of Missouri will battle it out in a round-robin format on Saturday, then single elimination tournament Saturday night and Sunday.
Action starts Saturday morning with a game on Lions Field at 10:30am with Black Gold taking on McDaniels Concrete of Boonville, MO. Games pick up on both fields at noonwith Kelso Fastpitch of Kelso, MO taking on the Wizards of Oz from Silver Lake, Kansas on Lions and the St. Charles Tribe takes on the Falcons of Springfield, MO on Bock Field. The defending champion Bowen Fastpitch from Bowen, IL who recently finished 2rd in the 13 team Kelso Classic begins play at 1:30 on Bock field.
Black Gold plays also plays at 3 p.m. on Lions Field. Single elimination games start at 5pm Saturday night and resume on Sunday at 9 a.m.. The championship game starts at 1:30 p.m.
Black Gold finished 2nd in last year’s tournament.
For the fourth year in a row there will be a mens’ fastpitch softball reunion held at the pavilion near Lions Field starting at 2 p.m. Saturday. Many former players from all over Missouri attended last year. All former players and fans from the state of Missouri are invited.
“The Black Gold Classic is known for featuring good pitching and a very balanced field of teams,” said manager Eric Steinbeck. “We look forward to seeing everyone out at the ballpark.”
Full concession stand along with BBQ pork steaks, burgers, hot dogs, and the ever popular popsicles will be available both days.
For more information on the tournament contact Eric Steinbeck (314-640-6432). For more information on the reunion contact Dave Scheer (636-388-1307).
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Ruth Mae Riley, 83, of New Haven, Missouri, passed away Sunday, June 3, 2018 at New Haven Care Center.
Ruth was born in Washington, Missouri on October 6, 1934, a daughter of the late Rudolph & Olivia (Siedhoff) Schulze.
She was the widow of John Riley. They were united in marriage on November 24, 1956, in Washington, Missouri. John preceded her in death in April 2, 1988.
She was a member of St. Paul's Church, Berger, Missouri. She worked as an imprint operator for Hazel Inc., of Washington. Ruth enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, going to auctions, and playing bingo.
Ruth is survived by a son, Mark Riley & wife Diane, of Villa Ridge, Missouri; a daughter, Sandy Nyhart & husband Buzz, of Twin Bridges, Montana; a son, James Riley & wife Dianna, of Winston, Oregon; a daughter, Sheila Meyer & husband Brad, of Berger, Missouri; a daughter, Janet Lowry & husband Ray, of Washington, Missouri; by three brothers, Rudy Schulze, of Washington, Missouri; Ken Schulze, of Washington, Missouri; and Jim Schulze, of Stoutsville, Missouri; a sister, Marilyn Lanwermeyer, of Washington, Missouri; a sister-in-law, Ruth Lottmann, of Washington, Missouri; by six grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and by a brother Joseph Schulze.
Visitation will be held Thursday, June 7th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home, New Haven.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Paul's Church, Berger, Missouri, with Father John Deken officiating.
Burial will be at St. Paul's Cemetery, Berger, Missouri. Memorials may be given to New Haven Senior Center or St. Paul's Church. C/O Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home.