Cover photo for Heinz Schupp's Obituary
Heinz Schupp Profile Photo
1923 Heinz 2021

Heinz Schupp

May 21, 1923 — November 3, 2021

Heinz Edward Schupp of Stover passed away Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at the age of 98. He was born May 21, 1923 near Bebra, Missouri, the oldest son of the late Ernest August William and Erna Doretta Rica Lena (Willmer) Schupp.

Heinz attended the Martin School District #29, Stover through the 8th grade. He helped farm on the family farm near the Goldfish Hatchery before being drafted into the U.S. Army as a replacement soldier. Heinz served from March 1, 1943 to October 21, 1945. He received his basic training at Camp Campbell, Kentucky. After several stateside Army posts he landed in Liverpool, England on June 30, 1944 and boarded a boat across the English Channel to Omaha Beach in France where he joined the 27th Armored Infantry Battalion, 9th Armored Division, Company. There they went on to St. Vith, the site of the Ludendorff Bridge and fought and won to keep the bridge as that was the last open across the Rhine River during the Battle of the Bulge. His troops were relieved in January of 1945 and they trekked across Germany to Czechoslovakia where they met up with Russian soldiers to liberate the Czech people from the Nazi armies. World War II ended and Heinz rode in a boxcar to the coast of France. He returned stateside to his life’s work, farming.

On April 9, 1949 he married Mabel Leona Casdorph at St. John’s Evangelical Church in Florence.

While still farming, over the years Heinz also worked at the Morgan County A.S.C.S, Stover Milling, and the Stover Hatchery. He also worked for Emma Creamery picking up milk.

He liked to attend auctions, cutting wood, and fishing. He loved his cows and visiting with friends. After Mabel passed away, Heinz liked to go to area nursing homes and visit with the residents. His biggest enjoyment in life came from spending time with his family.

Heinz was a faithful Christian, attended church at Trinity Lutheran Church at Pyrmont and was a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Stover for the past several years.

Heinz and his sister, Thelma, recently spent time together speaking in German which included saying a prayer in German before having lunch.

He is survived by his youngest sister, Thelma Wiebke of Westminster, Colorado; nephews Mike Parsons and Scott Wiebke; nieces Lynn Sullivan, Denice Dunham, and Sue Kurth; four children, Ron (Carol) Schupp of Marshall, Glenda Cook of Stover, Erma (Roy) Wood of Brumley, and Dean (Janet) Schupp of Olean; grandchildren, Darrin Schupp, Kimberly Kite, Aaron Cook, Damien Cook, Justin Schupp, Brandon Schupp, Eric Miller, and Ryan Steward; great grandchildren Blayke, Brent, Josh, Cheyenne, Calista, Landon, Kinleigh, Ethan, Konnor, Samual, Elliott, Grayson, Breighton, Jordan, Layla, Marley, Fiona; great-great grandchildren, Presley, Ellie, and Reid. Heinz was preceded in death by his wife, Mabel and brother, Orlen Schupp; sisters Imogene Siegel and Violet Parsons; granddaughter, Holly Malan; and a great granddaughter Brittany.

Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 6, 2021 at Christ Lutheran Church with Rev. Tom Tuura officiating. Burial will be in the St. John UCC Cemetery in Florence.

Visitation will be from 9:30 until the time of service on Saturday at the church.

Memorial contributions are suggested to the St. John UCC Cemetery.


Visitation Christ Lutheran Church Saturday, November 06, 2021 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM 505 West Second Street
Stover, MO 65078 Directions Funeral Service Christ Lutheran Church Saturday, November 06, 2021 11:00 AM 505 West Second Street
Stover, MO 65078 Directions
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Heinz Schupp, please visit our flower store.


Visits: 5

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the
Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Service map data © OpenStreetMap contributors

Send Flowers

Send Flowers

Plant A Tree

Plant A Tree