Fissel, Miss Clara 1875-1938
FISSEL, BREVIK, EGAN, MCDUFFIE
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Date: 7/15/2021 at 13:15:35
Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, Le Mars, Plymouth, Iowa Friday, February 25, 1938 Page 1
Former Le Mars Woman Dies At Chehalis, Wash.
Miss Clara Fissel Was Well Known Member Of Pioneer Family Here
P. T. Fissel, residing at 25 Third avenue SW., and L. E. Mauer of this city, was notified Tuesday of the death of Miss Clara Fissel, well known former resident of Le Mars, and a member of a pioneer Plymouth County family, who spent her earlier years, here.
Her death took place at Chehalis, Wash., February 21, and was unexpected following an illness. of only two days. Of late years. Miss Fissel made her home with her mother and her brother, Ed Fissel in Washington for many years and clerked in the Laux &Lucke department store in Le Mars before the family moved west.
Clara Fissel was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fissel, early comers to Plymouth County. Mr. Fissel was associated with the firm of Beely &. Fissel in Le Mars for a number of years and served in public office as a supervisor and held other positions of trust.
Miss Clara Fissel was born in Lincoln township in 1875 where she spent her childhood. When she was a girl, the family moved from the farm and settled in Le Mars, where she completed her education. While living here she made a number of friends who regret to learn of her death.
She leaves to mourn her death her mother, Mrs. Chris Fissel, and her brothers, Ed Fissel of Chehalis, Wash., Walter of Buffalo, N. Y., Reuben of Syracuse, N. Y„ and her sisters, Mrs. Berry Brevik of Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. Clyde Egan of Fremont. Ohio, and Mrs. Dorothy McDuffie of Spokane, Wash.
Her father and two brothers, John and George have preceded her in death
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