Richard C. Price 1888-1937
PRICE, BELLES, BONNEMANN, KRAMER, SCHAWL
Posted By: Michael J. Kearney (email)
Date: 11/24/2005 at 13:14:06
The Clinton Herald Wednesday November 10, 1937 p. 5 Richard C. Price, 49, of Council Bluffs, formerly of Clinton, died suddenly this morning in Norfolk, Nebr., where he had gone on official business in connection with his duties as district master car builder of the North Western railroad. The body is to be brought to Clinton for burial but funeral plans have not been announced.
The Clinton Herald Thursday November 11, 1937 p. 5 Funeral services for Richard Price, Council Bluffs, formerly of Clinton, who died suddenly yesterday in Norfolk, Nebr., will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Snell funeral home. Burial will be in Springdale cemetery. The body will arrive here this afternoon and will repose in the home of Mathias Price, 144 North Fifth street, after 6 p.m. where it may be viewed by friends. Mr. Price who was district master car builder of the North Western railway with offices in Council Bluffs, was stricken yesterday while attending to official duties in Norfolk. He was bron Nov. 10, 1888, and died on his 49th birthday. He parents were the late Henry C. and Margaret Belles Price. Mr. Price was educated in the local schools and was married Oct. 18, 1913, to Miss Mary Bonneman of Clinton. They moved to Council Bluffs several years ago when Mr. Price was transferred to that point. Survivors include Mrs. Price, and four children, Helen Price, San Francisco, Calif., Robert, Marion and Carrol, at home, six brothers, Walter Price, Elmhurst, Ill., William, Mathias, Lyle, Thomas and Harry Price, all of Clinton, and three sisters, Mrs. Charles Kramer, San Francisco, Ruth Price and Mrs. Harry Schawl, of Clinton. Mr. Price was a member of Western Star lodge, 100, A.F. & A.M., DeMolay consistory, A.A.S.R. Masons, and the Shriners.
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