||Ruth Marie Schamber |
||5 Oct 1930
||Walsh - Wilson Family Tree
||15 Oct 2018 |
||Eugene Henry Schamber, b. 19 Dec 1900, Eureka, McPherson County, South Dakota d. 25 Jan 1983, Ukiah, Mendocino County, California (Age 82 years) |
||Winefred Elizabeth Roberts, b. 14 Sep 1908, Vallejo, California d. 05 Apr 1942, San Francisco, California (Age 33 years) |
||21 Dec 1928
||Central Union Church, Honolulu, Hawaii 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
|Birth - 5 Oct 1930 - Honolulu, Hi
||Passenger manifest for S.S. Lurline (voyage 29) departing Honolulu 18 Aug 1934, arrival Los Angeles 23 Aug 1934|
Passengers Eugene Schamber (age 34), Winifred Schamber (age 33), Ruth Schamber (age 3), and Lois Schamber (age 4).
||"Saturday Services for Ukiah Businessman Eugene H. Schamber" - Ukiah Daily Journal, 28 Jan 1983 - Page 2|
"Eugene H. Schamber, 82, of Ukiah, died in a local hospital Tuesday, Jan 25.
"Born Dec 19, 1900 in Eureka South Dakota, his family moved to Redwood Valley in 1906. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War I. Schamber managed the Williams Mortuary in Honolulu, Hawaii from 1928 to 1934, returning to Ukiah in 1938 to take over the ownership of Cleland-Schamber Mortuary which he operated until 1945. He was a realtor in Ukiah from 1948 to 1965 and a past president of the Mendocino County Board of Realtors.
"His organizational memberships included: past commander of the American Legion, member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, charger member of Ukiah Elks past member of Rotary Club of Ukiah. His masonic affiliations encompassed Abell Lodge #146, Aahmes of Temple Shrine, Ukiah Commandary of Knights Templar and Ukiah Royal Arch Masons. He received his 50-year membership pin three years ago.
"He was a very active member of the early-day golf club and 40 years ago made the first hole-in-one at the Ukiah Municipal course.
"He is survived by his wife, Edna Schamber of Ukiah; two daughters, Lois Singley of Ukiah and Ruth Hill of Oak Harbour, Washington, and a stepson, Blayne Cannon of Sacramento. Three grandchildren, Tom Hill of Ukiah, Jim Hill of Santa Rosa, Stan Singley of San Antonio, Texas, and four great grandchildren also survive.
"Memorial services will be held following cremation, at Zimmerman Mortuary Saturday, Jan 29 at 11 AM conducted by Abell Lodge - Free and Accepted Masons. Carrol L. Ornbaun will deliver the eulogy.
"Memorial contributions may be made to the Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children, 1701 - 19th Avenue, San Francisco, California."
||"Sisters' Birthdays Honored at Dinner" - Redwood Journal - Press Dispatch - 5 Oct 1949, Page 4|
"Birthdays of two daughters in their family occasion the dinner party which Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schamber will give this evening at Southworth's on the north highway.
"They will honour the birthday today of their eldest daughter, Mrs. Bob Chase, who was Miss Ruth Schamber before her marriage this past summer, and also the birthday yesterday of the younger daughter, Miss Lois Schamber.
"The dinner party will be for members of their family, including Mr. and Mrs. Chase, Miss Lois Schamber, the girls' grandmother Mrs. Amy Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. Schamber."
||"Going to Phone School" - Redwood Journal - Press Dispatch - 5 Apr 1950, Page 10|
"Miss Ruth Schamber went to Santa Rosa today for a 2-week training course with the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company to train for the office staff of the company. She has been with the company for a year or longer, and is a daughter of Eugene Schamber and a granddaughter of Mrs. Amy Roberts.
- [S4988] Dispatch Democrat, 10 Apr 1942, Page 1 - Volume LXXIII, Number 20 (Reliability: 3).