Mrs. George Feuchter died at 9:50 o’clock this morning at the home of her father, Mr. Henry Block, of No. 312 Eighth Street. The deceased was 28 years of age and was formerly Miss Anna Block.
Mrs. Feuchter’s health has been very poor for some time. She recently returned from a sojourn in Denver, Colo., but received little benefit from her stay there, the altitude being too high. She had spent ten months in Florida and six in California, but received no permanent benefit to her health.
The deceased is survived by her husband, George Feuchter, of the Feuchter & Johns Bottling Works of Thirteenth and Washington. She had no children. She is also survived by her father, Mr. Henry Block, four sisters, Mrs. Carl Mansberger, of Washington (state), Mrs. Joseph Lamber, of Cincinnati, and Misses Louisa and Alma Block, and one brother, Louis Block.
The deceased had been married a little over a year.
The funeral will be held Friday afternoon from the Immanuel Lutheran Church on Douglas Street. The remains will be buried at Villa Ridge cemetery.
Contributed 15 Mar 2018 by Jo Ann Block Ramseyer
The funeral of the late Mrs. George Feuchter was held this afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. The funeral was largely attended. The remains were taken to Villa Ridge cemetery for interment.
Died - Mrs. George Feuchter, Wednesday, October 17th, 1906. Funeral will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church on Douglas Street Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Train will leave foot of Fourteenth Street at 2:45 p.m. for Villa Ridge cemetery where interment will take place. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Contributed 22 May 2019 by Jo Ann Block Ramseyer
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