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Clarence Kohl
September 1887–December 23, 1915
DIED–Clarence Kohl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kohl was born September 14, 1887, and died at his home near Morley on Thursday, December 23, 1915, age 28 years and 7 months. On October 5, 1910, he was married to Miss Amber Hughes, of Morley.
About six weeks before his death he was stricken with typhoid fever. Although he was the object of the tenderest and most skillful care, the progress of the disease could not be allayed and death resulted. The funeral was on the following Sunday afternoon at the White Oak Church and was largely attended by relatives and friends who desired to express in this way their respect for the deceased and his connections. Rev. Mack Randall preached a very comforting sermon. The deceased was a fine man and because of his youth and the future he had a right to expect and plan for, his death is particularly sad.
A wife and one son three years old, his parents, a brother and sister are survivors of his immediate family. A host of friends tender their sympathy to those who mourn.

Submitted by: Charles R. Stivers
Source: Pioneer Press

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