BOGGESS, Carl Leroy 1928-1962
BOGGESS, REASLAND, WHITE
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Date: 8/28/2012 at 14:11:27
Carl Leroy Boggess – June 22, 1928 – March 18, 1962
RITES WEDNESDAY FOR FLOYD WRECK VICTIM
CHARLES CITY - Military funeral services will be Wednesday for Carl Boggess, 33, of Charles City, who died at Cedar Valley hospital here Sunday from injuries received in an auto accident Friday.
Services will be at 2:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Sunnyside Memory Gardens. Hauser funeral home, Charles City, is in charge.
Authorities said that Mr. Boggess' car went off Hwy. 14 outside Charles City, rolled over in a ditch and hit a telephone pole. He suffered a concussion, skull fracture and dislocated hip in the accident.
Mr. Boggess was a salesman for a Des Moines Biscuit Co.
Survivors include his wife; two children, Carl Leroy Jr and Caven Lynn at home, his parents Mrs. & Mrs. Glenn Boggess, his grandmother, Mrs. Alta Boggess, Charles City; three brothers, Wilbur, Plainfield, Kenneth and Dennis, both of Charles City; a sister, Mrs. Clyde Reasland, Mason City.
Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, IA, Monday, March 19, 1962)
RITES WEDNESDAY FOR C. BOGGESS
Charles City – Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church here for Carl Leroy Boggess, 33. He died Sunday at the hospital here as a result of a one-car accident Friday on Highway 14, 1 ½ miles west of Charles city.
Military rites will be conducted in Sunnyside Memory Gardens by the VFW and American Legion Posts of Charles City. Hauser funeral Home is in charge.
Born June 22,, 1928, at Bassett, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Boggess. He was a veteran of World War II.
He was married October 1, 1949, to Cleo White at the Little Brown Church near Nashua. He was a salesman for the Schultze-Burch Biscuit Company, Des Moines.
Surviving are his wife, two children, Carl Leroy Jr., and Caven Lynn; his parents ; a grandmother, Mrs. Alta Boggess, Charles City; three brothers; Wilbur, Plainfield; Kenneth and Dennis, both of Charles City; a sister; Mrs. Clyde Reasland, Mason City.
Mason City Globe Gazette, Tuesday March 20, 1962
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