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Conrad Herman Pennartz 2
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Conrad H Pennartz 1
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10 Nov 1914 1
Death:
18 Jun 1997 1
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Last Residence: Flagstaff, AZ 1
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Conrad Herman Pennartz

Flagstaff, AZ

Obit from Arizona Daily Sun - Flagstaff, Arizona on June 22, 1997

Flagstaff resident Conrad Herman Pennartz, 82, died June 18. He was born December 10, 1914, in Charleston, Arkansas. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in accounting. He worked as a treasurer for Sigler-Faigen of Phoenix until his retirement in 1980.

Mr. Pennartz is an Army veteran. He served during World War II in the European Theater under General Patton. He was a member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, Knights of Columbus, Council 6541 and the American Legion Post #3. He was very proud to be a Knight of Columbus in the Padre Miguel Hidalgo Council in Flagstaff. Mr. Pennartz had been awarded Knight of the Year in 1994.

Conrad's greatest pride was his three sons and their families, especially his "Wonderful" grandchildren.

He is survived by his wife Dee, children Conrad Jr. (Louise) and David (Lynette) of Phoenix; Mark (Marsha) of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and a daughter-n-law Stephanie Wolfe of Phoenix; eight grandchildren, one great-grandchild, sister Kathryn Geesing of Delta, Colorado and brother Jack of Charleston, Arkansas. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and wonderful friends.

Rosary will be held Monday June 23 at 7 p.m. in Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Funeral Mass will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe. Burial will be at Cavalry Cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by Flagstaff Mortuary.

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