Rundbrief, Nr.25, Ruswil - März 1999

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The order men and order women of the family Stirnimann
+ Franz Stirnimann, Basel


Loved relatives and cousins

Members very honored and friends of our families association

"In spite of all, what the person knows, becomes the creation always a miracle remain." This sentence, that I saw stand recently on a calendar sheet, touched me very specially. Shortly the millennium turning point with its possibilities technical never existence I have ask about stood again that the perfection of the person. The scientists experiment seem the Kernel of the creation, and the abundance of the future more unlimited then ever. We persons forget however in the striving after "yet more" that also we are even only a little part of this magnificent creation. Each particle, whether person, animal, plant or stone, may be regarded as a miracle, and at the latest in the answering of the question, from where the entire, appears the imperfection of the thinking person just "perfectly"!

Now, sometimes one needs also a review into the past so that the view does not become forwards into the future the "Wahn-Sinn-Blick". If we, dear association members chopped, and there our view throw-back, make we yet at the same time always a meaningful reflection of our characteristic existence:

Were our ancestors who? Where did and like they live? Which joys did, but also worries and needs they have? What did they incorrectly make out of our visibility, somewhat will incorrectly make where we probably out of their "past" visibility? Out of this reflection maintain for me "creation" also, in that "now" the contact to fellow men and strive me for the partnership. Therewith, I think, can do we yet a more essential step toward our "perfection" under respect of the wonderful creation to call than with apparently scientific urgency and technical arrogance our knowledge as the most important.

In the senses mentioned just now of the partnership care, I am happy, on the occasion of our anniversary conference on 6 June 1999 in that "prettiest village in the Kt. Aargau", Gränichen to be able to maintain the contact to fellow name carriers very specially. Gränichen, the origin town of our association members of name Stirnemann, will give guest right to us. I would like to invite you everyone, dear association members, very sincerely to this anniversary conference. I look forward to your coming. The official invitation is enclosed by the way this circular so that a separate mailing saves itself.

Out of occasion of our 25-year-celebration in Gränichen the board of directors has for the benefit of the church renovation in Storbeck, Germany, a sum of Fr. 1000.- transferred (see circular Nr.24). The joy and gratitude of our name carriers in the neighbor country was, like I of some telephone listing and think write take could, very largely.

The board of directors concluded at its last session to bind in the circular a "new" page with the title "FORUM". The goal of this new page is, to enable all association members, to mount communications, questions, stimulations etc. in writing. The board of directors is of the opinion that we can help ourselves therewith within our association also mutually in the families research. In interest, you can address to a member of the board of directors.

Before I come to the end, I would not like to neglect it, our new member of the board of directors, Gregor Stirnimann-Lisebach, Nottwil to be named quite sincerely in the board of directors welcome. After dozens of telephone conversations in search of a successor for Alois Stimimann-Zihlmann, Wolhusen, was it Alois himself that found in Gregor a PC-connoisseur and therewith ideal successor for the Kassieramt. Gregor performed already large work, the entire area is electronically administered now namely. He and all association members I would sincerely like to thank for the good collaboration and the engagement of our association!

Now I desire you, dear association members, all goods and look forward to many encounters on 6 June in Gränichen.

Der Präsident

Beat Stirnimann-Stäger

The Order Men and Order Women of the Family Stirnimann

Our previous circulars engaged in the origin, with the single tribes and branches of our family. In almost each circular, a single tribe father or an important member of our family with their family was introduced, was mentioned their political position in the Twing and office Ruswil in leading personalities and if compel, explains.

The current circular reports advocated think suffer for the first time of the seven order men and 13 order women of our family, that on the marriage and family of renounced and the ideal and of the tasks the church and its order - I above all at the care of that, the old, the children and otherwise how auxiliary need day. After my conviction it these order people earn that their churches faithful attitude and their unselfish and exemplary insert are called for the fellow men today in memory. We experience presently, for the damage of the church and the general public, a disdain and a loss of the order occupations how there has not been it for centuries.

1. Pater Jost Stirnimann (1654-17O6), Benediktiner der Abtei Muri

The earliest well known order man of our family is Jost Stirnimann, monk of the Benediktiner-abbey Muri in the Aargau free office. Peter, like he with his baptism name (baptized on 25 February 1654 in the parish church in Buttisholz), perceived the light of the world in of oldest parent firm of our family in Rot in Ruswil as 3rd son of Hans-Jakob Stirnimann and Barbara Bucher. Of both brothers, Sebastian received, the older, the 160 Jucharten holding, fatherly farm in Rot, Hans, the younger, the farm inherited by uncle Peter Stirnimann in the adjoining Etzenerlen to the extent of 170 Jucharten. Peter, the brother of both, became, like the mentioned, monk of the Benediktiner-abbey Muri. That a farmer son in Rot decided on this cloister, was no chance. The cloister Muri has related for centuries of numerous farms in the office Ruswil the annual of tenth. The farmer in Rot accommodated the function of the tax collectors vis-á-vis the cloister into the 18th century, that is, he took in the duties owed the cloister of the farmers of the area, above all grain and fruits and delivered this the cloister. These constant contacts and relations might the young Peter Stirnimann moved have to enter into this cloister. Peter has been would educate since the 27 June 1670 student of the cloisters-. On 7 March 1672, he began the Noviziat. On 21 March 1673, he discarded his Profess under the cloister name Jost (Jodocus, Jodok). At the day before the Profess, the brothers secured delivered became Sebastian and Hans Stirnimaim "zue Etzenerlen and in the Roth Lucerner here-shaft" the novice the fatherly and motherly Erbanteil in the sum by 5000 guilders, that "in annemblichen, certain Gültbriefen" to the cloister. This dowry of 5000, Without doubt one of the highest, that received the cloister ever of a novice, corresponds after today's value of around a million Swiss francs. It does not surprise then also, that P. Leodegar Mayer, that at that time chronicler of the Klosters Muri, this dowry in his cloister history mentions and encloses, Frater Jost Stirnimaun "had been" out of a family rural, but very rich to be sure (" ex progenie quidem rustica, sed valde divite").

On 29 February 1676, Frater Jost became of the pontifical Nuntius in Lucerne the deacon and on 4 June 1678 to the head priest. On 29 June 1678, the Neupriester in the cloister church Muri in presence of his relative celebrated his Primizmesse.

Pater Jost accommodated the office of the grain-master (Grananus) in the cloister. As such took it - it was the time of the Naturalwirtschafi - the duties of the monastic fief farms toward and had the supervision over the grain stores.

That in his type unique, remaining salary of P. Jost is his journal composed under the title "Annale breve" (today in the archive of the Benediktiner-council in Sarnen: M 399, Pp 4). At the time before 1800, journals are a large rarity. P. Jost has his journal in one, expressed conceived pretty Latin. Only single, usually short sections are German written. P. Jost holds the historical recollections and events of his cloister in his records in addition to his personal observations and thought above all firmly. He pursued attentive in the years 1695/97 the structural work of the current cloister church Muri. The journal counts as the head source of the building history of this significant church central building.

But also our family is P. Jost to be remained thanks to obligated, contains yet his journal an abundance of messages of Freud and Leid and interesting event in the life of his siblings and relatives with whom the order man remained closely connected. We give would let out of pressure wait, the publication of the journal and its German translation no longer for itself to the expectation.

Pater Jost Stirnimann died in the cloister Muri on 28 December 1706 in the age of 52 years.

P. = Pater Br. = Brother Sr. = Sister

  1. Pater Fortunat Stirnimann (1733-18O8), Franziskaner des Klosters Werthenstein

Like the Benediktiner Jost Stirnimann, also the Franziskaner Fortunat Stirnimaun perceived the light of the world in the oldest parent house of the family in Rot. The fourth and last son of Peter Stirnimann and Anna Maria Schweg1er of Wolhusen was baptized on 5 November 1733 in the parish church Sursee with the name Leonz. In the year 1758, Leonz entered into the Franziskaner cloister Werthenstein. The novice received the name Fortunat. Werthenstein built on a high rock and its mother-God-church were in the 18th century, next to Einsiedeln, of the most visits of rampart trips towns of Switzerland. This would be allowed to be the explanation why the farmer son in Rot decided on the Franziskaner-cloister Werthenstein.

We are instructed incidentally well of the different financial achievements and assurance of the father of the novice vis-á-vis the cloister. The different contributions, above all the dowry showed for the prosperity and the generosity of the farmer in Rot. This obligated himself in an sales contract made with the cloister to receive the expenses during the Noviziats of his son for his livelihood, to give the son to Profess a new order robe and to pay the trip money for an at best removal into another cloister, and - the important assurance -the cloister after the Profess of the son as to deliver out of-tax a certain legal letter in the sum of 1200 guilders in Lucerne currency, of which the monk Fortunat as long as he would live, annually 10 guilders should receive. To deliver himself further obligated the father, the cloister immediately after the Noviziat or some years a bed including mattress, three head pillows, two suits and four linen cloths. In addition to the Guardian and four monks, also Peter Stirnimann, the father of the novice, this sales contract, a proof signed that also he was able to read and write, for a Steuerleger at that time obviously a basic assumption. Peter Stirnimann erected this legal device in the value of 1200 guilders "the -worthy Mr. fathers Franziskaneren to Werthenstein" on 24 February 1760 on his farm Unter Rot. The sum of 1200 guilders corresponds approximately to a current value of ca. 200,000 Swiss francs and might one of the highest if the highest dowry be been not, that received the cloister Werthenstein ever of a novice.

Pater Fortunat was spiritual in the cloister of the Franziskanerinnen in Bremgarten. From 1792 to 1807, he accommodated this service in the sister's cloister in Muotathal. In the year 1799, this Bergtal was the scene of the warlike discussions between the Frenchman on the one hand and the Austrians and Russians on the other hand. With the population of the valley, also the cloister, in which 400 caught and wounded soldiers were quartered, was located after the war in largest need. This caused P. Fortunat to gather a month long in the Luzembiet for the cloister money and groceries. P. Fortunat died on 12 August 1808 in Werthenstein as a Senior of the cloister in the 75th year of life and became Innenhof of the cloisters, to the left of the churches portal site.

Note also the detailed article about P. Fortunat Stirnimann in the circular Nr. 16 (1992), S. 3ff.

It was of a large rarity that two became or even three sons of the same family priests or into an order a fraten. This was the case in the fore generation two Kapuzinern P. Karl and P. Sigismund Stirnimann and in the Benediktiner P. Leodegar Stirnimann. All three were sons of the husbands Jost Stirnimann and Elisabeth Weber in Neuenkirch. Jost Stirnimann, born on the 19th July 1807 in Mitelarig in Nottwill as a son of the couple Joseph Stirnimann and Agatha Hüsler, married on 10 January 1837 in the parish church Sursee Elisabeth Weber, the daughter born on 24 March 1818 in Neuenkirch of the couple Kaspar Weber and Ellsabeth Wüest. Jost Stirnimann took his wife's residential in Neuenkirch. The original shoemaker developed himself through the years to a adroit and wealthy leather merchant., Of the 10 sons a farmer, a court clerk and proprietor in Sempach, one Postillon in Sempach, four was became exercised the occupation of a businessman. Of the three order men in the following, the speech is.

3. Pater Karl Stirnimann (1842-1897), Kapuziner

The fourth of the ten sons of the couple Jost Stirnimann and Elisabeth Weber in the baptism on 13 December 1842 in the parish church in Neuenkirch the name Klemens received. His conversion as a Kapuziner resulted on 4 November 1861. He received The priest consecration on 22 October 1865 P. Karl was in the following three cloisters Guardian: 1881-1884 in Appenzell, 1884-1887 in Schüpfheim, 1889-1892 in Näfeis. In the last two years of life in poor health he and suffered repeated strokes. P. Karl died on 2 June 1897 in the Kapuziner cloister train in the age of not entirely 55 years. The obituary of the cloister names P. Karl a peaceful, good hearted man.

Province-archive Swiss Kapuziner, Lucerne, M 139. Swiss Kapuziner-chronicle 188ß19O2, S. 144. Helvetia Sacra, abbot. V, volume 2,1. part, S. 170, S. 419, S. 570.

4. Pater Sigismund Stirnimann (1844-1904), Kapuziner

The 5th son of the couple Jost Stirnimann and Elisabeth Weber became on 18 August 1844 in the parish church Neuenkirch on the name Sigismund baptized. He became be like brother Klemens a Kapuziner. Brother Sigismund, how he was known as a Kapuziner, on 17 September 1867 his Ordens profess became, on 18 October 1870 he became the head priest. The stations of his 38 year lasting order life were the Klöster Sarnen, Dornach, Altdorf, Sursee, Mels, Rapperswil, Olten and since 1899 Arth where he died on 18 January 1904. The chronicler attests: "with P. Sigismund a soulful enthusiastic and dutiful priest was carried to his grave."

Swiss churches newspaper, 1904,S. 31.

5. Pater Leodegar Stirnimann (1855-1904), Benediktiner der Abtei Einsiedeln

The 9th son of the couple Jost Stirnimann and Elisabeth Weber in the baptism on 4 December 1855 in the parish church Neuenkirch the name Pius received. He entered into the Benediktiner abby Einsiedeln and received the name Leodegar. Professed on 3 September 1876, priest consecration on 23 January 1882, Primiz at the subsequent 7 May.

Pater Leodegar has given since 1882 the novice Latin and Greek, at the secondary school to instruction in to music hours. Since the 1 January 1884 he has been educated Katechet in Trachslau, again teacher at the cloisters in October of the same year. In October 1885, he became lower minister in Einsiedeln. On 16 August 1887 up to 7 September 1888, he was spiritual in the sister's-cloister Ingenbohl. On 7 October 1888, P. Leodegar became the curator in Gross, in the year 1896 to the minister in Feusisberg appointed. There he died after a short illness on 7 January 1904 and was buried in the church there. P. Leodegar was also an appreciated mission preacher.

P Rudolf Henggeler, Professbuch of the forstlichen Benediktiner-abbey U. L. Woman to Einsiedeln. 3rd volume (1933>, S. 586.

6. Pater Dr. Hans Stirnimann (191~1989), Mariannhiller-Missionar

Pater Hans Stirnimann of the marriage of Alois Stirnimann and Marie Tanner on 10 June 1910 in Grosswangen as third of the seven children born. The family moved later to Wolhusen. After the people training in Wolhusen visited the boy gifted the Progymnasium in Beromünster and subsequently the cloisters-Einsiedeln educates. After the Matura studied in philosophy in Löwen and theology in Rome and in Freiburg in Switzerland. In the autumn of 1937 Hans Stirnimann in Würzburg in the congregation active above all in South Africa of the missionaries by Mariannhill entered. On 28 January 1938, the novice discharged his Profess. On 26 July 1942, he became celebrated in customs the head priest, on 15 August 1942 he in Wolhusen his first holy fair sacrifice. In the years 1942-46, he functioned as an assistant priest in Wallis. Then he was called to South Africa. From 1947 to 1957, was P. Hans Seelsorger in the Diocese Umtata and Mariannhill. Mission activity open its all races excited however gradually the criticism and the resistance of the old diocesan bishop. The sequence was that the high gifted missionary returned into his homeland in order to be instructed in the Ethnologie, i.e. ethnology, above all African. Since 1958 has visited P. Hans the corresponding lectures at the University of Freiburg and Vienna, where the internationally esteemed Völkerkundler Prof. Paul Schebesta was one his teachers. That of P. Hans Stirnimann Doctor functioning published "Nguni and Ngoni" about the Bantu speech of people Africa knocked into the specialty circle on large interest. Since 1963 the indefatigable has become of the Swiss national foundation with people and spoke entrusts-scientific research task in Africa. This work found in several, in that University publishing house Freiburg appeared his precipitation to research report.

After further studies at the University of Cologne and renewed at the University of Research, P. Stirnimann gave 1983 the first grammar of the previously unknown Bantu speech out.

The order-man internationally well known, respected into the scientific specialty circle died on 31 July 1989 at the age of 79 years in the Steinhof in Lucerne and was buried in Altdorf.

7. Bruder Hans Stirnimann, Mitglied der Brüder der Christlichen Schulen

That of the holy John Baptist de La Salle layman congregation established in the years 1681/84 in the Reims Christian schools -also named Christian School Brother - leads all types by schools and upbringing institutes. The pedagogically very successful teaching brothers are the layman congregation's largest worldwide for upbringing and instruction. The congregation counts today ca. 15,000 members. At the Ecole Catholique in Neuenburg, the only agency in Switzerland, there are presently 15 active School Brothers.

Most members of our families association learn through this circular for the first time that there is an order man in our family also today, namely the Christian School Brother Hans Stirnimann. I am very happy to welcome and to introduce him in this circular. Hans Stirnimann was born on 5 May 1930 on the farm Frühauf in Lucerne's Oberkirch first of the nine children of the husbands Hans and Rosa Stimimann-Meier. After the visit to the primer school in Oberklrch, Hans in the years 1946/47 was student of the institute led by the Christian training brothers in Neuenburg Catholique. He made the Noviziat in the cloister of the Christian School Brothers in Bettange (Luxembourg) on the 29 July 1948 until the 19th of September 1949. Then he continued his studies in Annappes in Lille. In the summer 1952, he moved back to Neuenburg and received the position of instruction of the 3rd and 4th class of the primer school. On 15 August 1955, brother Hans in Thillon discharged his eternal vows in Reims. Until Easter 1966, he was engaged in the institute Catholique in Neuenburg as an economist by the 26 April 1962. In the year 1966, he received again the instruction position. On 4 September 1980, he became director of the Ecole Catholique and responsible for the support of the council of Vieux-Chatel. In the March 1988, brother Hans abandoned the instruction at the primer school in order to dedicate himself to the study of the Spanish language. To this purpose, he traveled on 30 June of the same year to Peru where he supposed himself the boy, who want to become training brothers, and 1st and 2nd class religions-instruction to the children of that. He became also vice-director of the training community in Nana and then in the Lima. For two years he has been at the agricultural school in Urubamba.


Joseph Stirnimann

The 2nd part about the order women follows in the next circular.

+ Franz Stirnimann, Basel

On 14 February 1999 died in Basel in his house in St. Albums concern 59 Franz Stirnimann at the age of 84 years. The deceased was one of the earliest and most faithful members and that with interval most generous patron of our families association. It would be reminded here of that in the circular No. 23 (1997) honor documents of the 12 September 1996, with which the industrial, painter and plastic Franz Stirnimann in grateful recognition of his large donations was appointed around our association to the honors member.

Franz Stirnimann was the only son born, on 24 January 1915 (he had two sisters) of Franz Stirnimann (1885-1961) and the Johanna Baumgarmer (1888-1968). The father was the founder of the universally known machine factory Franz Stirnimann CORP. in Olten. The only son Franz was introduced by his father since the 21st year of life into the different areas and functions of his firm. After the death of his father, Franz was during 20 years the proprietor and manager of the machine factory. On 10 December 1981, he sold the ERO-Holding CORP. and moved to Basel.

Franz Stirnimann made himself a name not only as an industrialist, but rather also as an iron sculpture and painter. He drew and painted since earliest youth. Also after the acceptance of his father's firm, on the easel and at the work bank. He was 56 years old when the city of Olten discovered entirely by chance the artistic creativity of the industrialist and in November 1971 in the Olten city house the first display of his iron sculpters and paintings were displayed. The display became far over the region of Olten a cultural event. A highpoint in the further artistic course of Franz Stirnimann was his display arranged in the south French city Les Baux on invitation of the curator there of the art gallery from the 14 April to 27 May 1973. The press was full the praise about the extraordinary beauty and poetry of the sculptures and pictures.

'C'est un grand resemble!", read the agreement judgment of three leading newspapers of the Province about this master of the surrealism. Franz Stirnimann was remaining a Concousin of the important Urn painter and graphic artist Heinrich Danioth.

Joseph Stirnimann

Franz Stirnimann industrial the relations the Oltener with the Urner art painter

Heinrich Danioth


Like already in the preceding year reaches us also this time again postal service out of the USA and to be sure for the first time by means of e-mail on the Internet. Janet Nichols writes us on 12 January 1999 following:

Janet Nichols, 1015 Devereux Chase, Roswell, OA 3075 1 USA

Dear Sir

1 am writing to you in hopes that I might find out more about my ancestors. I have enclosed my pedigree relationship to the families Stirnimann, Egli, Keiser and Haas families of Ruswil an Udligenswil. My grandmother was Anna Maria Haas born in Luzern, Switzerland (daughter of German Haas). She came to the United States and married Oscar Walter in St. Louis, Missouri.

There are quite a few descendants here that are very interested in making contact with our Swiss relatives an learning more about their ancestry. Is there any information that you could provide, such as names and addresses for us to write to find others interested in these families?

Recently I had the pleasure of making contact with Walter Sterneman, also a descendant and he provided me with your address. He also showed me some notes regarding an Association of the Families Stirnimann/Stirnemann. Can you please tell me how I can acquire a membership in this group?

My address is at the top of this page and I would very much to hear from you. I also have an Internet e-mail address, which is if any of the members would like to correspond using the Computer.

Thank you so much for your assistance and I hope to hear from you soon.

Janet Nichols

Dear Mr. Stirnimann, 12. February 1999

Thank you ever so much for your response to my letter of January 12.I was so happy to receive it. I certainly would appreciate it if you would add my name to the list of members and if there is a charge to receive the circular, I would be very happy to send you a check for the cost. Please advise me as to how much to send and if it is possible to send U.S. money.

Yes, of course, it is agreeable with me to publish my letter and I would like very much to learn as much as possible about our ancestry. Just recently I have found someone else researching this family and hope that you do not mind if I share your letter with him. His name is Tom Pletcher an he has an e-mail address which I will forward you to along with his message to me.

Also, thank you for giving me the address of Prof. Dr. Joseph Stirnimann. I will certainly write to him.

Very truly yours

Janet Nichols

Kirchengemeinde Storbeck
1618 Storbeck bei Neuruppin
Pfarrer Helmut Gröpler, Bechliner Weg 2l
16816 Neuiuppin, Tel./FAX 03391/500774 Neuruppin, den 21.Dez.1998

Very honored, dear Mr. Stirnimann!

On the occasion of an adventlich-weihnachtlichen social of the Storbecker community delivered us Mr. Breitschmid out of Berlin/Lucerne your money gift for the restoration of the church. First of all I was speechless as the responsible minister. Then first I was able to grasp it: my worries in that look at became our church again littler. Have sincere thanks to for the remittance of DM 1 ,200.-. That is again a considerable building block that comes our dear Swiss church of benefit. Next to the Fördermitteln of the Denkinaipflege and the country Brandenburg we must raise a large part our selves. We create that only if others help - to the welfare of the Storbecker and to the honor of God. I may say name of the community direction our sincere thanks to you. Give our thanks to also further at the association of the families Stirnimann/Stirnemann.

The enclosed "weihnachtliche" photo (see report circular Nr. 24 of March 1998) is ten days ago in clinking cold received become. Search for perhaps known you a day the worthwhile building and see even. We would be happy very.

It is to be done yet much until the work is completed. Before all things, we need another heating. You and that of yours we desire a blessed and healthy Christmas and a good 1999. With sincere greeting, I am your minister.

Helmut Gröpler

Our New Members

Stirnimann Anita 4 B Grainger Road, Te Atatu South Auckland 8, NEW ZEALAND
Nichols Janet 1015 Devereux Chase 30075 Roswell, GA, USA
Sterneman Walter P. 5426 Mexico Dr. 46804 Fort Wayne, IN, USA
Stirnimann Ciaudio Vis 5. Gottardo 50 6710 Biasca
Stirnemann-Burri Peter+Eiisabeth Postweg 11 Rest. Postillion 5722 Gränichen
Stirnimann-Weiser Jules + Gaby Sonnhaidenstrasse 59 6052 Hergiswil NW
Stirnimann-Lisebach Gregor Kantonstrasse 39b 6207 Nottwil
Stirnimann Beat Entiebuchstrasse 17 6110 Wolhusen
Kissling-Stirnimann Claire Susenbergstrasse 104 8044 Zürich


Our Board of Directors

Präsident Beat Shmimann-Stäger, Meierhöfliring 9b, 6017 Ruswil <Tel. 0411495 2465)
Vizepräsident Prof. Dr. Joseph Stirnimann, Adligenswilerstrasse 11, 6006 Luzern
Aktuar Josef Stirnimann-Tura, Knonauerstrasse 9, 6330 Cham
Kassier Gregor Stirnimann-Lisebach, Kantonstr. 39b, 6207 Nottwil <041/937 23 55)
Materialverwalterin Maria Stirnimann-Schenkermayr, Spyr 18, 6017 Ruswil
Chronik Philomena Bartholdi-Stirnimann, Steinhauserstrasse 19, 6300 Zug
Adressen+Druck+Versand Franz Stirnimann-Bühimann, Grüneggstr. 30, 6005 Luzern (0411340 89 31)
Mitglied Fritz Stirnemann-Dittli, Berninastrasse 25, 8057 Zürich
Ehrenpräsident Hans Stirnimann-Haupt, Rüediswilerstrasse 42, 6017 Ruswil
Rechnungsrevisoren Josef Stirnemann, Feidblumenweg 164, 8134 Adliswil Toni Stirnimann, Fluhmaftrain 4, 6004 Luzern


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