Obit: Teatz, Arthur (1893 - 1918)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: TEATZ

----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 07/18/1918

Teatz, Arthur (20 JUL 1893 - JUL 1918)

(Granton News)

Arthur Teatz, suffering with an acute attack of appendicitis, was accompanied by his father and their physician, taken to Eau Claire hospital last Saturday where an operation was soon had and his alarming condition verified. The appendix had burst and gangrene had set in, and although every attention was given the sufferer who had a private room and a special attendant, he passed to the great beyond at 4:35 o’clock Tuesday morning. His parents with his nurse and physician were beside him as he passed away. Conscious and apparently quite comfortable ever after his mother arrived there Monday evening he quietly answered the inevitable summons. Arthur was born here in Granton July 20th, 1893 and would have been 25 years of age had he lived 11 days longer. He was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Teatz now of the town of York and is survived by his parents, his sister, Mabel and little brother Roy. When a lad in his early teens he was ill and suffered a curvature of the spine and has during his life had several hospital experiences and much medical attention.

An honest, industrious young fellow of cheerful disposition and happy ways he had many friends.

The funeral was held this [Thursday] afternoon and after the services at the house at 1:30 p.m. the public services was held at the York Center M. E. church and interment made in the York cemetery. The pallbearers were Dwight Graves, Ferdinand Dahl, Hank Voigt, George Mortimer, Morres Turner and Ed Voight.

The sorrowing family in their hour of mourning have sincere sympathy of the entire country side where they are well and favorably known.



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