BLOXHAM, Roy Lyman 1894-1969
BLOXHAM, HANGARTNER, NAGEL, ELLENBOLTZ
Posted By: S. Bell
Date: 7/31/2013 at 00:43:12
[Waterloo Daily Courier, Tuesday, November 25, 1969]
Combined funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Paul's Lutheran Evangelical Church at Evansdale for Walter N. Nagel, 59, of 840 2nd Ave., Evansdale and for his father-in-law, Roy Bloxham, 75, of 842 2nd Ave., Evansdale. The Rev Dean Mues, acting pastor, will officate. Burial wii be in the Midwest Garden of Memories.
Mr. Nagel was killed in a car accident at 6:10 a.m. Monday at the Gilbertville Rd. and Highway 20 intersection. Mr. Bloxam, died at 11:05 a.m. Monday at Schoitz Memorial Hospital of complications resulting from a bleeding ulcer. His death occurred only five hours after the death of his son-in-law.
Friends may call at the Evansdale Funeral Home until 9 a.m. Wednesday when the bodies will be taken to the church. The caskets will be open at the funeral home and at the church until time of service.
Walter Neal Nagel was born on Jan. 2, 1911, in Allamakee County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Nagel. He married Ruth Bloxham on April 29, 1936 at Decorah.
Mr. Nagel was employed by the John Deere Waterloo Tractor Works for 27 years. He moved to Evansdale in 1941 from West Union. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Evangelical Church, Evansdale and was a member of Local 838 United Automobile Workers union.
Surviving are his widow, Ruth Evelyn; two sons, Jerome L. of 413 Evans Road, Evansdale; and John W. of 253 Michigan Drive, Elk Run Heights; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Fowlkes, 211 Toneff Drive, Elk Run Heights, and Mrs. Edward Parsons, Burr Oak Drive, Evansdale; four brothers: Fred Thomas and John of Elkader and Charles of Cedar Rapids; Five sisters: Mrs. C. E. Hodkins, of Richland Center, Wis.; Mrs. Sybil Ewings, Corvallis, Ore.; Mrs. Bertha Stoddard, Gresham, Ore.; Mrs. A. B. Furgeson, of Onalaska, Wis. and Mrs. Leonard Hellickson of Chicago. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren.
Mr. Nagel was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Winifred; two brothers, Ralph and Louis and one granddaughter, Susan Foulkes.
Roy Lyman Bloxham was born on Feb. 2, 1894, in Allamakee County, the son of Frank and Letta Bloxham.
He married Helen Hangartner on Nov. 2, 1916 at Waukon. Mr. Bloxham was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. He had retired from railroad work as a maintenance foreman after 21 years. He moved from Bettendorf to Waterloo in 1962.
Mr. Bloxham is survived by his widow, Helen; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Nagel, 840 2nd Ave., Evansdale; and Mrs. LeRoy Ellenboltz of Lansing; one son, Curtis Bloxham of Vancouver, Wash.; two sisters, Mrs. Everett Cook of Postville; Mrs. Belle Miller, Postville eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
[Waterloo Daily Courier, Monday, November 24, 1969]
EVANSDALE - Tragedy struck twice Monday morning in the same family and in houses side-by-side on the same street.
Five hours after Walter Nagel, 59, of 830 2nd Ave., was killed in a car accident, his father-in-law, Roy Bloxham, 75, of 842, 2nd Ave., died at 11:05 a.m. at Schoitz Memorial Hospital of complications resulting from a bleeding ulcer.
Funeral services for both are pending at the Evansdale Funeral Home.
A two-car crash at 6:10 a.m. Monday at the Gilbertville Rd. and Highway 20 intersection resulted in the death of Mr. Nagel, the Black Hawk County Sheriff's office said.
According to the investigating officer, Nagel was driving a pickup and pulled onto the highway into the path of a loaded van driven by Jeffrey Clowser, 22 of 1225 Hartman Ave., who was en route to Cedar Rapids.
The collision threw Nagel from the pickup and Clowser was pinned in his vehicle but was freed with the use of pry bars. Clowser suffered sprains to both wrists and a shattered right knee cap.
Nagel was reported dead on arrival at Schoitz Memorial Hospital with his chest crushed and arm and head injuries. Clowser also was admitted to Schoitz Hospital and reported in good condition.
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