Anton Ocker Sr - obit
* 75 ; Anton Ockcr Dies at 93 After Illness 3^ j Montevideo 40; Rio De JoTM 52:-501 55! 43 i 5'' 6! 53 35 56 52 501 /u -*-*- .^ ~ * I B ! -*-Â» s-i.t-1 C-J i ,1. .Â·.-Â«- W ^-^J|. -M-Ji Â· Â«-JL Â»_-"^-fc--Â· ; S| .Anton Ocker, 03, of 63 gimngton, who operated, farms 44' and held extensive real estate I ri - i area, died about 5 p.m. yes A Â» terdav lengthy in his illness. home after a A native of Fayette County, 54, opera ted Cotton gins in Bellj I Christi in 1911. I Ocker had been a member of .is: the Sons of Hermann Lodge 70 .23 i years, and was honored several T ! years ago for being the oldest Hiving member and having all ' ! his children in the lodge. Ocker. Texas, was, named after his father, the late William Rod and Ocker. M \ Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral kin, ! Service will announce funeral T ! arrangements. Survivors include two .471 Survivors include two daugh- Â·Â° 3 ters, Mrs. A. J. Till and Mrs. Louis C. Carter, both of Corpus H. Dr. Christi; three sons, Paul Ockeri Mrs . of Corpus Christi. and W. C. and Robert Ocker, both of Robs- 11 grandchildren and 22 P.