Gerhard Lueckenotto Obit. Brother of Annie Lueckenotto Grafe
from position, name below L. division one lem- a Canadians the G. Lueckenoffe Dies at Home Lingering Illness ~Well Known Man ^Had Been Beidfdst for Five Weeks Gerhardt Lueckenbtte, '11, 'riday night at his 'home, 309 W. Atchison. after a long illness f diabetes. He had .been bed- ast for the past five weeks, a Â·' to of Mt. Catania." of .ad suffered with the disease o r five years. - - - ; Â· Â· ' Â· ' Lueckenptte was born in Germany and carne to this country with his parents when, a small boy. They settled in St. Thomas where he spenf the early part his Me. In 1896 he was married married to Miss Catherine Monat. He was a resident ; of : Mary's Home for more than thirty and engaged in farming and carpentering there. He and Mrs. Lueckenotte "came to Jefferson City in 1926. Surviving are his wife and eleven of their children:. Mrs. Scheperle, Mrs. John Pirner, M r s . Al Vanderfeltz, M Jeorge Withfow, and Miss Clara,-' Clara,-' all of - Jefferson City; Pvt Clarence.L. of Camp Swift, Texas, Texas, "-.MrSi." William. B. Morgan Srazito, Mrs. Leo., Hartman of Holts, Summit, Mrs. Harvey V Mason, Mrs. Harry L. Robbins of Chicago and'Mrs. Richard Moon of New York City; a ;er, Mrs. Hy Grafe, of Meta; wo brothers,. John : of "St. Anthony Anthony and Frank of Omaha, He was a lifelong member he Catholic Church, and a member of St., Peters. Church of city where the funeral will be held at 9 a. m, Monday. Burial l be in St. Peters Cemetery.