Sothron Lewis (Sud) Vetters obituary bro of Maud Vetters-Gentry. 9 Jan 1951 Corpus Christi Caller
Sod Vetters Dies Brief Illness Sothron Lewis (Sud) Vetters, 42, well known city employe, died in a, local hospital at 2:30 o'clock morning after a short illness. The son of William C. Vetters a native of Corpus Christi, and Rose- McGuire, lift was horn here Jan. IS, 1903. He was educated at the Incarnate Word Academy and "was a meriiber of the College Academy Academy Boosters CKib. * He had worked for the city for the past 18 year-.',. Starting first Jn the Water and.Gas Department, he was later transferred to the Department of Public Works, -lie worked as a maintenance electrician. electrician. He was in charge of traffic traffic control 'lights. He was a member of the In-- lernalional Brotherhood of Electrical Electrical Workers, Local No. 278. He is: survivedÂ· by.bis ;. wife*; former Iris Copeland; one son, William L. Vetters; two daughters, "Joan and Kay Vetters; two hrolhers, Clarence Vetters. and his twin, Bernard Vetters; four sisters, Mrs. Carl Gentry, Mrs. Rose Cabrials, Mrs. Leo Braun, all of as Corpus Christi, and Faulk of Houston. Mrs. John Rosary will be ..said tonight at 8 o'clock at Dunne Funeral Funeral mass will be celeorated Funeral mass at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Christ the King Church. The Rev., Kubis,-O.'S. B., will officiate. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Â· Dunne Funeral Home is in of the arrangements. City hall off ices, will close 8-30 to 11 a.m. tomorrow, City Manager W. B. Collier said, so that those who knew Mr. Vetters may attend the funeral.