Scrapbook Page for Max Allen Stiefel Sr.

Funeral Monday for Mas Stiefel

Funeral services for Max Stiefel, 73, of 719 Fulton Court, a native of Germany who had lived in San Antonio for the past 40 years will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday from the Porter Loring chapel. Rabbi David Tamarkin officiating....

Marriage Record Max Allen Stiefel and Alice Oppenheimer

The State of Texas County of Bexar 7th day of March 1893

1900 US Census Records Max Stiefel

Max Stiefel - Head of Household Alice - Wife Elmer - Son Dan - Son

Death Certificate Max Stiefel San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas 1935 picture

Max Steifel Headstone at Temple Beth El, San Antonio, Texas

Max Stiefel Mar. 20, 1861 Jan. 26, 1935

Passenger Ship taken by Max Stiefel picture

San Antonio Express Sunday Morning, January 27, 1935

MAX STIEFEL DIES - RETIRED MERCHANT, 73, TO BE BURIED MONDAY. Max Stiefel, 73, retired merchand died of heart trouble after a long illness Saturday. Funeral services will be held Monday from the Porter Loring mortuary with Rabbi David Tamarkin officiating. Stiefel is survied by his widow Mrst. Ray Stiefel, a son Dr. Dan M. Stiefel, a Detroit bone specialist and two grandchildren, Max Allen Stiefel and Alice Claire Stiefel. He was a native of Germany and came to the United States as a youth. He was in business in Galveston before he came here. For many years he was a member of the firm of J. Oppenheimer & Company, wholesale grocery dealers. Later he established the Oppenheimer Cigar Company from which he retired several years ago. He was prominent in Temple Beth-El Elk and civic and social club activitiy for a number of years. He resided at 719 Fulton Court.

Max Stiefel House picture