Obit: Peterson, Norman F. (1876 – 1915)

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----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 03/11/1915

Peterson, Norman F. (1 JAN 1876 – 25 FEB 1915)

Norman F. Peterson was born at La Crosse Jan. 1, 1876, and died Feb. 25, 1915 at the Thomas Hospital in Minneapolis, Minn., after a sickness of about six weeks. He was married March 19, 1899 to Miss Kathryn Lockman of La Crosse and to this union was born two sons, Cedric and Clinton. For year the deceased was in the grocery business in La Crosse and during the past year has been employed at St. Paul. Those who survive besides the widow and two sons are three brothers, Adolph of New York, Arthur and Otto of La Crosse, two sisters, Miss Ragna of La Crosse and Mrs. Cheney of Chicago and the father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Peterson of La Crosse. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the L.K. Lockman home in this city at 2:30 o’clock, Rev. A.S. Gilbert of the Onalaska Methodist Church officiating and undertaker A.E. Smith in charge. The pallbearers were George Ross, Louis Runkle, George Dittman, Melvin Huff, David Wartinbee and Harvey tucker, al of whom had been intimate friends of the deceased from boyhood. Interment was made in the Onalaska Cemetery. Those from away who were present for the funeral were H.W. Lockman, W.E. Lockman, Lou E. Lockman of St. Paul and Mrs. C. Cheney of Chicago. We join in extending sympathy to the bereaved wife and children. (Onalaska Record)

It was with sadness that we read the above obituary. Norman married a niece of the writer, and was a splendid young man. To the young widow, children and parents we extend our deepest sympathy.



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