Frank Edward Coyier Obituary
Is J. Frank Coyier 74, Dies After Stroke CLEAR LAKE — Frank Coyier, Coyier, 74, 205 7th Ave. S., died Sunday afternoon at a Mason City hospital, He suffered a stroke early Friday morning and was found by Kemble Green house workmen at Mason City when they reported for work at G a.m. Mr. Coyier had been employed employed as a night watchman at Ihe greenhouse. Funeral arrangements are incomplete incomplete at the Ward Funeral Hoinc, pending word from relatives relatives in California. Surviving him arc his wife, Eslclla; two sons, Wesley and Harlcy and one daughter, Mar- cclla Johnson, all of Clear Lake. two brothers, Guy Coyier, Clear Lake, and Ernest Coyier, Mira Loma, Calif., and three sisters, Cecil Lcmclle, Covina, Calif. Edna Lcmelle Bclleflowcr Calif. Bertha Dawson Cogswell N. D. eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Frank Edward Coyier wa born Sept. 30, ]88<1, in Grant County, Wis., the son of Edward and Lucy Coyier. When he wa; 8 years lie came wilh his par crils to a farm south of Clear Lake. He attended the schools of tho vicinity and was married Oct. 20, 1910, to Estclla Quick at Ventura. They farmed for two years near Klurnmc and in 1012 moved lo a farm south of Clear Lake. They remained there for 21 years, moved lo Ventura and in 1940 to Clear Lake. He was caretaker caretaker of Iho Outing Club for a number of years and for several years had been employed at Kcmble'H Greenhouse. His parents, two sons, one brother and four sisters preceded preceded him in death.