LAMM, C. C. 1872 - 1922
Posted By: Colette Miles (email)
Date: 7/3/2017 at 13:08:38
C. C. LAMM - OBITUARY
Charels Calvin Lamm was the only child of Adam and Justina Lamm and was born September 4th, 1872, in Tama county, Iowa, and passed away March 20th, 1922, at his home in Omaha after an illness of two and one half month's duration, aged 49 years, 6 months and 16 days.
Although he suffered greatly and almost continuously during his illness, he was always cheerful, kind and ever thoughtfull of his loved ones. His boyhood days were spent in Tama and Carroll counties, Iowa.
His father and mother preceded him to the Great Beyond during his young manhood and are buried at Viola Center, Iowa. He was married to Miss. Minnie Pritts at Cherokee, Iowa, Decemeber 4th, 1900. To this union were born three sons. About eighteen years of their married life has been spent in Council Bluffs and and Omaha.
He was a barber by trade and spent nine years of this time in the Henshaw Hotel barber shop where he made hosts of friends. For the past year he has been employed at the Rome Hotel barber shop. He was a member of the Omaha Seymor Camp No. 16 Woodwman (sic) of The World. He leaves to mourn the loss of a kind and loving husband and father, his devoted wife and three sons - Cecil, Merlen and Earl, all at home, several uncles, aunts and cousins, beside numerous other relatives and friends. The funeral services were held Wednesday, March 23, at 2:30 p.m. at the Haynes's funeral home, Rev. Hargrave, pastor of the North Side Christian church, officiating. Miss Vernon Miller furnished the funeral music. Barbers from four different Omaha shops acted as pall bearers. The floral tributes were many and very beautiful. Beautiful floral offerings being contributed by the Barber's Union, Rome Hotel, Seymour Camp No. 16 W. O. W., besides many onthers from friends and relatives.
He was laid to rest in beautiful Forest Lawn cemetery.
The deceased is well known at Dedham where he lived for a number of years and at Coon Rapids where he was employed in the local barber shop where he made many friends.
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