Gunther straub has died

Gunther straub has died

On sunday evening, gunther straub died at the age of 73 surrounded by his family.

As a freelancer, straub reported for more than 40 years on town council meetings, festivals and club life in his community – always dutifully, reliably and with a great deal of personal commitment. Until the end, already weakened by illness and chemotherapy, he sent his articles to the newspaper. A "profound connoisseur the mayor gotthard schlereth paid tribute to the deceased on monday.

Straub was a trained businessman. He made his career at baywa. It began in 1956 at baywa bad kissingen. In 1981, straub became managing director in bad kissingen, later managing director and chief executive officer in karlstadt. Another transfer took him to bad neustadt, where he was responsible for the operations in mellrichstadt, bad konigshofen, bad bruckenau, bischofsheim, munnerstadt, meiningen, ritschenhausen and romhild as head of administration and deputy managing director until his retirement in 2001. As a training officer and examiner on the committee of the wurzburg-schweinfurt chamber of commerce and industry, training young people was one of his tasks for many years.

Straub’s commitment to his home community was great. He was the town clerk in hassenbach from 1966 to 1978. From 1972 to 1990 he was a member of the market town council in oberthulba and represented hassenbach as a local representative.

Straub was able to win over many associations as members, founding members or board members: with the sv hassenbach, the hunting association, the gardening association, the soldiers’ comradeship, the bollerschutzen, the wittershausen music club and the oberthulba music club, the csu oberthulba, the ofg oberthulba and the st. Johannesverein hardly left out a social area. Straub was chairman of the parish council for 20 years and church administrator for almost as long. He was also one of the authors of the hassenbach anniversary chronicle.

The deceased is mourned by his wife gertrud, three children and seven grandchildren. The service, which will be followed by a funeral, will be held on thursday, 3. September, at 14.30 a.M. At the church in hassenbach.