|Fred W. Conmey
Died Thursday; Funeral Sunday
Born at Wyoming 1872
Four Children and Brother Survive
|Funeral services for Fred W. Conmey, who died at his home in Wyoming Thursday evening, were held at the Harrington funeral home Sunday afternoon with the Rev. A. Alyea of Center Junction in charge. Burial was in the Wyoming cemetery.
Fred William Conmey was born at Wyoming on October 31, 1872, the son of John K. Conmey and Ann M. Kimball Conmey. He attended the Cedar Rapids business college in 1897, and was employed by the Kimball Brothers Elevator company from 1902 to 1908. After this he moved to the Conmey home farm southwest of Wyoming, where he lived until about two years ago, when he and Mrs. Conmey moved to Wyoming. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopalian church.
He is survived by four adopted children, Mildred of New York, Norman of Troy Mills, Ruth of Chicago, and Harry of Wyoming. A brother, Dr. R. M. Conmey of Sergeant's Bluff, Iowa, also survives. Mrs. Conmey died in July, this year.
Mr. Conmey was a studious man and was probably the best read man in this community.
His death came suddenly. He had been down town in Wyoming at about seven-thirty Thursday evening to hear the results of the Wyoming gymnasium election. A short time after he had gone home his son, Harry, found his father at their house, lying unconscious. A physician was summoned, who found that Mr. Conmey had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. He died within an hour of being found.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our sincere thanks to all who helped us
and who gave so many tokens of thoughtfulness
and sympathy during the death of Fred Conmey.
Norman, Ruth and Harry Stout, Mildred Yollis, Dr. R. M. Conmey
Submitted by: Laura Kendall
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