Grandpa Keil's Mom died
Mrs. Kafherine Dies at Age of 77, Born at Holbrook Mrs. Katherine Keil, 77, a resi- I dent of Williamsburg most of her ' ' lif e, died Tuesday, Jan. 6, at the I »"»-> ""-" xu^ouaj, uan. u, a i. uie i Marengo Memorial hospital after j a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Fri- i . dav forenoon at St. Mary's Catholic chllrch . R ev. H. B. Geers officiat-1 '"=• Ca sket bearers were Willard ! i Jones ' Ha r ol d Jones, Charles ° Nel11 ' Fred Lipsius, Alfred Mc- Swiggin and W. S. Watts. Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery. Daughter of Henry and Margaret Kelly Dunn, she was born July 12, 1893, at Holbrook. The family moved Td to W^msburg when sl^e was I a small child. She attended the schools, graduating! in grade"scho*61." } b4UULAll(.Jll£=! later in the • She was united in marriage to Bert L. Keil Sept. 30, 1914. They lived for a few years in Iowa City. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic church. Surviving are three sons: John Titusville, Fla., Dr. I Wil_ Phfflfp" serving""at"Andrews Air Force base at Washington D. C and Richard L. of El Toro, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Rober licent) Noble of Massapequa,.,.-., and Mrs. Robert (Rosemary) De- :. Robert (Mil'-! sapequa, N. Y,, ' • pew of Broomfield, Colo.; 23 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and three sisters.'