THE COMPLETE INTERACTIVE

GRENZ FAMILY TREE

 

 Elsie Christina Stoller

 
Born:  April 8, 1927 - Hazelton, ND
Died:
Father:  Peter Stoller
Mother: Fredrika Grenz
Married:  June 6, 1948 - Hazelton, ND
Spouse: Theodore (Ted) Job
Born:
Died:
Father:  Fred Job
Mother:  Eva Serr
 

Elsie Stoller

 

Family History

I was already living and working in Seattle before I married Ted.  I moved to Seattle in 1944 and sharred in apt. with cousin Irene Stoller, near the Univ. of WA.  My 1st job was in the University District as a waitress and repaired a strong back and a weak mind!  I determined to reverse that,  so I enrolled in evening classes in business school and graduated from Auerswald's Seattle Univ.  I enjoyed many great jobs from the office of City Engineers to secretary in the executive offices of Allied Stores, The Bon Marche.  I became supervisor in communications in the buying/merchandising dept.  I worked for Allied Stores for 17 years & retired with a pension and major medical for Ted & myself in July, 1983.  We sold our Seattle home and have lived in Sun city, AZ since Oct. 1984.  We love it here!  retirement is great as we are in good health.  We highly recommend this beautiful, clean community for retirement in the Valley of the Sun!

Ted was a barber and hair stylist for 40 years, and had a shop for 10 years.  near the Univ. of WA before he moved his shop to near the waterfront in downtown Seattle

Elsie Stoller

 

Elsie C. Job - Obituary

Elsie (Stoller) Job, 84 years old, died September 27, 2011 at Brighton Gardens in Sun City, Arizona.  Elsie was born April 8, 1927 in Hazelton, North Dakota to Freda and Peter Stoller.  After attending school in Hazelton, she left for Seattle, Washington where she met and married Theodore (Ted) Job.  Elsie and Ted were married for 63 years.

Before retiring to Sun City in 1982, Ted and Elsie lived in Seattle, where Elsie worked for the Bon Marche, Federated Department Store.

Elsie was an active member with her bridge clubs, lawn bowling clubs, and American Lutheran Church in Sn City.  She and Ted loved to dance.  together, Ted and Elsie were an inspirational testimony of a loving and devoted marriage.  Anyone who saw Ted and Elsie Together would instantly see the depth of love, compassion and care they had for each other.

She is survived by her beloved husband Ted; her brother Elmer Stoller (Dena), and many nieces and nephews.  She is preceded in death by her brothers, Ted, Pet Jr., Herb and Bennie.

 

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