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Bauerly, Leslie 1903-1965


Posted By: Doris Hoffman (email)
Date: 6/23/2010 at 17:23:21

Leslie Bauerly, 62,Native of Merrill,Found Dead in Car

Leslie Joseph Bauerly, 62, of Sioux City was found dead of an apparent heart attack Monday morning in his car at the 46th Street interchange on highway 75 north.

Dr. Thomas L. Coriden, Woodbury county medical examiner, said a by passerby, Edmond Williams, found Mr. Bauerly's car stopped with the lights on and the motor running. The door was open and the victim's feet were on the ground. His body lay back in the seat. Dr. Coriden said he didn't know how long Mr. Bauerly had been gone from home but that he estimated the victim had been dead about 45 minutes. He was found about 9 a.m.

Mr. Bauerly was born Oct. 16,1903, at Merrill, and had been a resident of Sioux City the last 18 years. He was an employee of Nielsen Construction Co. Omaha.

He married Edith Mattas of Sioux City Nov. 2, 1923. Mr. Bauerly was a member of St. Michael Catholic church of Leeds.

Survivors are the widow; a son, Laurence of Sioux City, three daughters, Mrs. Floyd Funk of Receda, Calif., and Mrs. Ronald Dibble and Mrs. Raymond Thorpe of Sioux City; the mother, Mrs. Cora Bauerly of Sioux City; three brothers, Floyd of Sioux City, Clifford of Hornick, and Earl of Sibley; a sister, Mrs. Ina Blum of Sioux City; 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

The body was taken to Larkin funeral home.

LeMars Daily Sentinel
Tuesday, March 2, 1965


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