BOWER, Glenn Albert 1896-1957
BOWER, HOBBS, SOURS, KELLEY, HALL
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Date: 11/13/2012 at 09:39:09
Glenn Albert Bower – September 10, 1896 – August 31, 1957
GLENN BOWER, LONG ILL, IS PAID LAST RITES
Glenn A. Bower, died Saturday morning enroute home from Iowa City by ambulance. He had been in ill health for some time, and had received treatment at the hospital during the last three weeks.
Funeral services were at 2 o’clock Tuesday, September 3, at the Congregational church with Rev. W. W. DeBolt officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Music was furnished by Mrs. F. L. Hanscom, who also accompanied Marjorie Strike, soloist. Flower committee were Mrs. Lew Warye, Mrs. Ruman Castor and Mrs. Don Edson. Neighbors and friends who were casket bearers were Max Weiss, Carl Weiss, Lew Warye, Gale Hammond, bob Hammond and Frank Tracy.
Glenn A. Bower was born at Marble Rock on September 10, 1896. He was the son of Frank and Ethel Bower. He was united in marriage to Miss Bessie Hobbs February 13, 1924.
Those who mourn his passing are his widow, Bessie; his only sister; Mrs. Vera Sours; his two nephews, Claire E Sours of North Freedom, Wisconsin; and Dr. C. D. Sours of Nora Springs; two nieces; Mrs. Urban Kelley of Greene; and Mrs. Marvin Hall of Nashua; as well as other relatives and a host of friends.
Mr. Bower had been in ill health since 1953 and had spent several weeks at the University Hospital in Iowa City the last time being August 15, but had never complained and was cheerful to the end. He was a member of the Christian Church.
Nashua Reporter, Nashua, Iowa, Thursday September 5, 1957
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