Claude Starner - August 3, 1946

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Claude Starner - August 3, 1946 - Dies Suddenly At J Uncle's Home Here W hile On...
Dies Suddenly At J Uncle's Home Here W hile On Vacation Stricken by a heart attack at 2:30 o’clock Friday morning. Earl Myers, 45, of Circle. Montana, died suddenly at the home of his ur.cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Starner, 315 North East street, where he was spending a vacation. Mr. Myers, a former Morgan county man, had been visiting relatives in this community for two weeks. He had been under treatment for a heart ailment for several months before making the trip to Illinois, in hope that the vacation would benefit his health. Members of the Starner family were awakened early Friday morning by Mr. Myers’ labored breathing. He died within a few minutes. The remains were taken to the Cody and Son Memorial Home where Deputy Coroner Harry Timmons held an inquest Friday afternoon. A verdict of death due to coronary thrombosis was returned by the jury of inquest. Testimony showed that Mr. Myers suffered a heart attack about a month ago, and had been under treatment in Montana. Members of the jury were Frank Lockman, foreman. George Ruble. Paul Seymour, George Souza, Frank Goveia and Eliza Gorman. The decedent was born east of Murrayville on Aug. 11, 1900, son uf the late Simpson and Bertha Myers. Surviving are his wife and four children, residing in Circle, Montan«-.; two brothers and one sister, Roy Myers, Hollywood, Calif., Lawrence Myers, 320 Brown street, this ci*y, and Mrs. Lora Samples, Otterville, 111 . The body will be sent to Circle, Montana. Saturday afternoon for funeral services and burial. con! i

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 03 Aug 1946, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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