Amos Weber

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Amos Weber - Lee Amos Weber Killed Instantly Near Haysville...
Lee Amos Weber Killed Instantly Near Haysville Lee Amos Weber, 39, a Boone township trucker and school bus driver, was one of the 13 persons killed on Indiana streets and highways highways over the Christmas week end. He was killed instantly around 6:30 Saturday evening when the pick-up truck he was driving on the county road between Haysville and Portersville Portersville overturned and rolled over on him. Dr. G. A. Held, the county coroner, said he suffered a skull fracture and a possible broken neck. Mr. Weber apparently lost control control of the truck while swerving to avoid hitting a bridge abutment. He was born on December 5, 1911, the son of Henry Weber and Emma Harder Weber, both of whom survive. Also surviving are his wife, the former Meta Breitweiser; two daughters, Judith Ann and Jane Ellen, at home; four brothers, Paul of Otwell, Glenn and John of Jasper, Jasper, and Hobart of St. Louis; and three sisters, Mrs. George Vogel and Mrs. Carl Vogel of Jasper and Miss Lucille Weber of St. Louis. The body was removed on Christmas Christmas Eve from the Becher & Son Mortuary to the residence in Boone township. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock this afternoon in Christ Lutheran Church at Haysville, Haysville, with Rev. Aixred Kalkwarf officiating. Burial was in the Haysville Haysville community cemetery. Huntingburg Legion’s

Clipped from The Herald26 Dec 1950, TuePage 1

The Herald (Jasper, Indiana)26 Dec 1950, TuePage 1
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