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DIES MARCH 23
Conrad Spomer, son of John Adam and Anna Marguerite Spomer, was born April 20, 1875 at Beideck, Russia and died after a short illness at Shattuck, Okla. Tuesday, March 23, 1948, at the age of 72 years, 11 months and 3 days.
In 1898 he was married to Eva Elizabeth Bender and came to America and settled at Lehigh, Kansas. Late in 1901 they homesteaded south of Shattuck where they lived until 1945 when he retired from active farm labor and moved to the City of Shattuck.
This home was blessed with nine children, three sons and six daughters: Mrs. Sam Frick of Nekoma, Kansas; Mrs. John Sommer of Farwell, Michigan; Dr. Isaac Spomer of Tuleake, Calif; Leah Marsh and Mrs. John Affeldt of Los Angeles, Calif; Mrs. Harold Anderson of Long Beach, Calif, Huldrich, William and Mrs. W. J. Haffner of Shattuck. There are nine grandchildren.
He learned through studying the Bible the principles and doctrines necessary for a life hereafter and in following these principles joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1892. he very conscientiously served in many different departments of this organization.
The family has lost a dear and loving father. The community has lost a true friend and an honest and loyal citizen.
Card of Thanks
We appreciated more than words can express the many acts of kindness, the words of love and the beautiful floral offerings.-Mrs. Conrad Spomer and family.
Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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