Magdalena Winkel, 19312018 (aged 86 years)

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Name
Magdalena /Winkel/
Given names
Magdalena
Surname
Winkel
Married name
Magdalena /Rauhut/
Birth August 20, 1931 40
Residence between 1931 and 1933 (aged 1 year)
15ème président de la République Française
Albert Lebrun
May 10, 1932 (aged 8 months)

Residence December 24, 1934 (aged 3 years)
Front populaire
Victoire du Peuple
May 3, 1936 (aged 4 years)

Note: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Front_populaire_%28France%29
Guerre civile
Guerre civile d’Espagne
July 17, 1936 (aged 4 years)

Note: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guerre_d%27Espagne
Residence December 24, 1936 (aged 5 years)
Guerre
Seconde Guerre mondiale
from September 3, 1939 to May 8, 1945 (aged 13 years)

Note: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seconde_Guerre_mondiale
Régime politique
Gouvernement de Vichy
July 11, 1940 (aged 8 years)

Régime politique
Gouvernement Provisoire de la République Française
June 2, 1944 (aged 12 years)

Régime politique
IVe République
October 24, 1946 (aged 15 years)

16ème président de la République Française
Vincent Auriol
January 16, 1947 (aged 15 years)

17ème président de la République Française
René Coty
January 16, 1954 (aged 22 years)

Régime politique
Ve République
October 5, 1958 (aged 27 years)

18ème président de la République Française
Charles de Gaulle
January 8, 1959 (aged 27 years)

Birth of a daughterBirgit Rauhut
June 12, 1959 (aged 27 years)

Immigration 1964 (aged 32 years)
19ème président de la République Française
Georges Pompidou
June 20, 1969 (aged 37 years)

20ème président de la République Française
Valéry Giscard d’Estaing
May 27, 1974 (aged 42 years)

Death of a fatherErnst Winkel
December 1979 (aged 48 years)

21ème président de la République Française
François Mitterrand
May 21, 1981 (aged 49 years)

22ème président de la République Française
Jacques Chirac
May 17, 1995 (aged 63 years)

23ème président de la République Française
Nicolas Sarkozy
May 16, 2007 (aged 75 years)

Death of a husbandDr. Horst Wilfried Rauhut
November 2, 2011 (aged 80 years) Age: 81 years
24ème président de la République Française
François Hollande
May 15, 2012 (aged 80 years)

25ème président de la République Française
Emmanuel Macron
May 14, 2017 (aged 85 years)

Death of a motherMaria Elizabeth Blok

Death May 6, 2018 Age: 86 years
Note: OLEAN - Magdalena Rauhut, of Eden Heights, formerly of Cuba, passed away peacefully Sunday (May 6, 2…

OLEAN - Magdalena Rauhut, of Eden Heights, formerly of Cuba, passed away peacefully Sunday (May 6, 2018).

Born Aug. 20, 1931, on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia, she was the daughter of the late Ernest and Marie Blok Winkel. At the age of two, she and her parents moved to Dusseldorf, Germany where she lived until 1964. On July 16, 1957, in Dusseldorf, she married Horst W. Rauhut, who predeceased her on Nov. 2, 2011.

In 1964, Magdalena and Horst, along with their daughters, Birgit and Monika, immigrated to the United States of America. They lived in Washington, D.C., where their son Michael was born. They also lived in Maryland and Illinois until 1973, where they settled in Cuba, in the Haskell Valley.

Magdalena had a strong, loving influence on her children, grandchildren, friends and family in North America and Europe, and on others who came in contact with her. For many years, she visited the residents of The Pines Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center, organizing monthly programs. She also served in Sunday school and was active in the auxiliary of Gideons International. Her faith strengthened her during, and after, many trials of World War II and throughout her life.

Magdalena is survived by her children, Birgit (Dave) Wingard of Allegany, Monika (Ken) Harris of Cuba and Michael (Sandy) Rauhut of Carlisle, Pa.; her grandchildren, Heidi (Zec) Smith of Allegany, Melissa (Gordon) Carpenter of Olean, Katie Harris of Cuba, Hannah Rauhut of Grantham, Pa., and Jacob Rauhut of Carlisle; great-grandchildren, Kensington and Rylan Smith of Allegany; a family friend, Abate Fantaye of Alexandria Va.; and extended family in Canada, the United States, New Zealand and Germany.

Burial will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Portville.

©Published in The Olean Times Herald from May 8 to May 9, 2018

Family with parents
father
18911979
Birth: calculated 1891Bangalore, INDIA
Occupation: plantation managerCAMEROUN
Death: December 1979
mother
brother
Private
brother
Private
herself
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Birth: August 20, 1931 40Sumatra, INDONESIA
Death: May 6, 2018Olean, Cattaraugus County, New York
Family with Dr. Horst Wilfried Rauhut
husband
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19302011
Birth: May 4, 1930 45 43Ruhrtalstrasse 6, Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf
Occupation: industry chemistJanuary 2, 1959
Death: November 2, 2011Olean, Cattaraugus County, New York
herself
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19312018
Birth: August 20, 1931 40Sumatra, INDONESIA
Death: May 6, 2018Olean, Cattaraugus County, New York
daughter
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19592019
Birth: June 12, 1959 29 27
Death: April 20, 2019
daughter
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son
Private
Death

OLEAN - Magdalena Rauhut, of Eden Heights, formerly of Cuba, passed away peacefully Sunday (May 6, 2018).

Born Aug. 20, 1931, on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia, she was the daughter of the late Ernest and Marie Blok Winkel. At the age of two, she and her parents moved to Dusseldorf, Germany where she lived until 1964. On July 16, 1957, in Dusseldorf, she married Horst W. Rauhut, who predeceased her on Nov. 2, 2011.

In 1964, Magdalena and Horst, along with their daughters, Birgit and Monika, immigrated to the United States of America. They lived in Washington, D.C., where their son Michael was born. They also lived in Maryland and Illinois until 1973, where they settled in Cuba, in the Haskell Valley.

Magdalena had a strong, loving influence on her children, grandchildren, friends and family in North America and Europe, and on others who came in contact with her. For many years, she visited the residents of The Pines Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center, organizing monthly programs. She also served in Sunday school and was active in the auxiliary of Gideons International. Her faith strengthened her during, and after, many trials of World War II and throughout her life.

Magdalena is survived by her children, Birgit (Dave) Wingard of Allegany, Monika (Ken) Harris of Cuba and Michael (Sandy) Rauhut of Carlisle, Pa.; her grandchildren, Heidi (Zec) Smith of Allegany, Melissa (Gordon) Carpenter of Olean, Katie Harris of Cuba, Hannah Rauhut of Grantham, Pa., and Jacob Rauhut of Carlisle; great-grandchildren, Kensington and Rylan Smith of Allegany; a family friend, Abate Fantaye of Alexandria Va.; and extended family in Canada, the United States, New Zealand and Germany.

Burial will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Portville.

©Published in The Olean Times Herald from May 8 to May 9, 2018

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