Louise "Lou" (Waldron) Rodearmel (1858-1915)
Posted By: Dorian Myhre (email)
Date: 9/25/2017 at 14:34:40
From Nevada Representative October 26, 1915 (front page)
MRS. LOU RODEARMEL.
Advices are received of the death Sunday morning at her home in Minneapolis of Mrs. Lou Waldron Rodearmel, wife of M. G. Rodearmel of that city and in the days of her youth one of the best known and most popular of Nevada young people. At the time of the burial here a few weeks ago of the later R. H. Rodearmel it was understood that Mrs. Rodearmel was in very serious condition, and her death therefore occasions no surprise, although the news is received with much regret. Mrs. Rodearmel was a daughter of W. S. Waldron, who around thirty-five years ago was a leading merchant here and conducted his store on the corner where the Drybread drug store now is. Miss Lou grew up here, attended the State College, was generally known among the young people here and there and was a most admirable young woman. In the same time "Mont" Rodearmel was one of the best known young business men here, and their mutual interest was noted, although they had not married until after they had all moved away. The Waldrons moved to Minneapolis about 1883 and Mr. Rodearmel was for a time a Cambridge but ultimately located at Minneapolis also. They were married up there and have had their home there always. At rare intervals they have gotten back to Nevada and visited old friends here, and though the population here has much changed, they held their place in the minds of the old-timers. Mrs. Rodearmel was about 58 years of age and she is survived by her husband and two grown daughters, one of them married and living in Idaho.
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