Heeren, Everett 1900 - 1931
Posted By: Doris Hoffman, Volunteer (email)
Date: 1/23/2012 at 11:28:21
Grant Farmer Passes Away Everett Heeren Dies Very Suddenly On Morning Of The Fourth
Everett Heeren, aged 30, a life long resident of Plymouth County, died very suddenly at his home in Grant Township Saturday morning, July 4, at 2 o'clock. His death ds ascribed to heart failure. Mr. Heeren had been ailing for some time but his condition was not regarded as serious.
He was a son of John Heeren, one of the early settlers in Grant Township, who died three weeks ago on June 12 at the old homestead in Grant Township. Mr. Heeren was born December 14, 1900.
He leaves to mourn his death his wife and four children, Jean, aged 6, Stanley, aged 4, Warren, aged 3, and Harold, aged & years. He also leaves two brothers and five sisters, Edward Heeren, of Akron, Fred Heeren, of Grant township, and five sisters, Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Mrs. Lillie Goodrich, Mrs. Oscar Baldwin, Mrs. Lloyd Baldwin, of Akron, and Mrs. Charles Smith, of Boulder, Colo.
Funeral at Crathorne The funeral was held Monday afternoon in the Plymouth church at Crathorne, Rev. W. E. Smith officiating, and was attended by a large number of neighbors and acquaintances.
Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
Tuesday, July 7, 1931
Le Mars, Iowa
NOTE: His wife's maiden name was JASTER, per her obituary.
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