Sadler, John 1899-1948
SADLER, SNOW, WEYMILLER, HARLOW
Posted By: LA (email)
Date: 2/21/2011 at 16:57:15
WAUKON, Ia. -- (Special) -- John Sadler, 40, died Monday, Feb. 2, at Pasco, Wash. Sadler was born and reared at New Albin.
He is survived by his wife and five children; a sister, Mrs. Fred Weymiller, New Albin, and an aunt, Mrs. Rose Sadler of Waukon.
Funeral services for Sadler are to be held Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Mount Hope Presbyterian church.
The La Crosse Tribune
Wed. evening February 4, 1948
P 15 C 2
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added by LA on 8/20/17:
OBITUARY – JOHN SADLER
Funeral services for John Sadler, whose death occurred February 2, at Paseo, Wash., were held at the Mount Hope Presbyterian church Saturday, February 7, with the Rev. Calvin Williamssen of Lansing, officiating. Burial was in the nearby cemetery.
Mr. Sadler was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sadler and was born April 1, 1899 in Union City township. His entire life was spent in Allamakee county with the exception of a few years in Burlington, and later at Paseo, Wash., where he was employed in an ordinance plant.
Besides his widow, the former Sylvia Snow, he is survived by five children, John, jr., June, Janet, Billy and Jerry, all at home. There is also a sister, Mrs. Fred Weymiller, sr., of New Albin; and a foster brother, Fred Harlow, of Lansing.
Pall bearers during the funeral rites were Urban and Jerome Ashbacher, Urban Sadler, Arthur and Charles Beardmore and Ed. Martin. --R & S.
Allamakee Journal and Lansing Mirror, Feb. 1948, P 2 C 2 (I forgot to write down the exact day of the paper)
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