Charley Koberg obit
Koberg Dies Of Sudden Attack Charles William Koberg, 69, /eteran Texas and Pacific locomo- ive engineer, died suddenly Saturday Saturday morning of heart attack shortly after he had pulled train No. 7 on its west run. He was strlcKen In tne cab as the train was a few miles this side of Stanton: Born in Stockholm, Sweden, on Aug. 10, 1875, Charley Koberg, as he was known affectionately by a host of friends, came to Big Spring in 1897 and had resided here since that time. He was widely known not only among the railroad fraternity all along the T. & P. but throughout the community. Mr. Koberg frequently frequently had been active in civic drives, working among the railroad railroad groups in interest of these. Likewise, he was a prominent figure figure in railroad gatherings such as the annual brotherhoods picnic. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lena Koberg; three sons, Dr. Oscar W. Koberg, Ft. Worth, Dr. Charles W. Koberg, Jr. t San Angelo, Angelo, and Dr. Frederick Johnson Koberg, who Is in the army assig.i- ed to a Florida station, r,nd Mrs. Camille Koberg Patterson, -Monahans; -Monahans; and four grandchildren. Services are pending arrival of Dr. Fred Koberg from Florida but will be held from the St. Mary's Episcopal church. The body will lie in state at the family home at 710 Runnels. Masons and the Br-> therhood of Locomotive Engineers will be in charge at the graveside. F.berley-Curry Funeral home is In charge of arrangements.