Samuel D Work Obit (O Massey)
Printer Is Killed (Special to. The Tenoeeewan.) Knoxville, Tenn., April 25. Advanced age and poor health against him. Samuel D. Work, veteran printer and prjof reader, formerly employed at the Sentinel and News Sentinel, , was unable to withstand the shodi of Injuries received last Wednesday when he was. struck by a street car, and died today at General hospital-Mr. Work was the father of Mrs. Armstrong, wife of Charles ArmJ strong, of ArmstrcV.g Clothing Co., Mrs. K. A. Gregory and Joseph B. Work. His father and secretary of the Interior Hubert Work's father were brothers. Mr. Work had followed the printers and prdof readers trade for 56 years. For 36 years he was employed on the Nashville American. He came to the Sentinel to work about ten years ago, and continued with the News Sentinel until a few months aro. His first job was with the Nashville American.