Obit: Koch, William (? - 1928)

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Surnames: KOCH HAUFE HAZLID DESOTA DECKER HIGGINS

 

----Sources: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co., WI) 12/07/1928

 

Koch, William (? - DEC 1928)

 

William Koch of Monroe, Mich., a brother of Mrs. Max Haufe and a son of Ferdinand Koch of Stetsonville, was killed in an automobile accident at Monroe. Two Swope children, who were with him, were also killed and another was badly injured, the auto being hit by an intercity railway car.

 

William has been engaged in the iron moulders work for about 5 years and was home 2 years ago when his mother died. His many friends in Dorchester and Stetsonville country offer sincerest sympathy to the bereaved. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and 3 month old baby girl, his father, 3 brothers, Paul and Otto of Stetsonville, Max of Monroe, and 5 sisters, Mrs. Max Haufe, Dorchester, Mrs. Bert Hazlid, Billings, Mont., Mrs. Martin DeSota, Milwaukee, Mrs. Martha Decker, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. James Higgins, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Mrs. Max Haufe and her father went to Monroe to attend the funeral.

 

 


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