Welcome to the internet home of the GTEV Schlierachtaler Stamm Inc. - A traditional group of Bavarian Dancers who perform the Schuhplattler in the New York City metropolitan area since 1928.
It's with heavy heart we report the following:
If you would like to help memorialize Marie and Jerry's legacy please donate in their memory to the "Gauverband Nordamerika" for use at the Trachtenkulturzentrum located in Holzhausen Bavaria. Please forward a check payable to the Gauverband and forward to Gaukassier John Blank 590 Centerville Rd. #332, Lancaster PA 17601. The Gauverband will collect these donations and forward to the Trachtenkulturzentrum in the Hugels' name. Thank You
HUGEL, JERRY Age 83.
April 10, 2015 - Floral Park. NY USA
Beloved husband and wife, they celebrated their marriage of 60 years last May. They leave behind their daughters Irene (Gary Lavigne), Rosemarie and Elizabeth (Manfred Egerer) and their sons Robert (Jutta) and William as well as their 12 grandchildren: Kristin (Fadale), Brian, Julia and Andrew Lavigne, Erik, Gerard, Raymond and Stefan Hugel, Martina and Monika Egerer, Alex and Alysa Hugel.
The family will gather this Tuesday and Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm at R. Stutzmann & Son, 2000 Hillside Ave., New Hyde Park. A Mass for Christian Burial Will be Thursday 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church, 2 Floral Parkway, Floral Park, NY. Interment at Holy Rood Cemetery will follow.
The G.T.E.V Schlierachtaler Stamm is a non-profit cultural arts and educational institution which is primarily supported by donations received from its membership and from corporate and private benefactors. The mission of the G.T.E.V. Schlierachtaler Stamm is to preserve and promote Bavarian Folkloric traditions through Art, Dance, Music, and German Language. Donations are used to support the primary mission and community projects of the organization.
The G.T.E.V. Schlierachtaler Stamm was established during the spring of 1928 in New York City by a group of German immigrants and today remains a non-political, non-religious, and non-discriminatory organization. Every Wednesday at the Plattduetsche Park Restaurant in Franklin Square, New York, the members of the Schlierachtaler Stamm assemble to uphold their mission and to donate their efforts for the success of our community projects.
To provide the Greater New York Metropolitan area with a folkloric dancing troupe that performs the "Schuhplattler." The Schuhplattler is a common folkloric dance native of Bavaria, which includes artistic dances performed in traditional costumes to instrumental native folk music, which has its origins dated back to the mid-1880's;
Workshops, training, and learning sessions are frequently held for the Schuhplattler;
Provide workshops, training, and concerts for traditional German/Bavarian instrumental music;
Develop and increase awareness at dance exhibitions; and
Demonstrate performances for fund raising purposes.
Our 2015 Officers:
President: Michael Mattern
Vice President: Marlene Schroeter
Treasurer: Scott Sutter
Financial Secretary: Barbara Woltmann
Recording Secretary: Robert Hugel
Corresponding Secretary: Debby Iadevaio
Vorplattler: Erik Hugel
2nd Vorplattler: Gerard Hugel
Vortanzerin: Jutta Hugel
2nd Vortanzerin: Betty Plavnicky
Trachtenmutter: Marie Hugel
2nd Trachtenmutter: Kristine Simonsen
Auditor (1): Elisabeth Hlwathy (2): Gus Sengenberger (3): Gunther Harter
Trustee (1): Max Kramer