Johanetta Jacoby Christoe obit

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Johanetta Jacoby Christoe obit - PAGE Obituaries Mri. Johnnetla (Nettie) Chiis-...
PAGE Obituaries Mri. Johnnetla (Nettie) Chiis- Christto, and Mrs. Ross Milford, are teai-hers, ami a grandson. James Mitford, Is also a teacher. Her daughter, Helen, is a member member of the East Alton-Wood River Community High School faculty. and Mrs. Milford is nn instructor at Clara Barton School. Her grandson, James, is on the faculty faculty of the Roxana High School. Born at Brighton, January 20, 1876, she wns oldest of seven children children of the late Anton and Rebecca Rebecca Jacohy. Following thr death of liri mother, and while she was still attending high school, "Mrs. Christoe took over the duties of helping roar hr>r younger broth- Patif* Service work a League. ers and thus delaying her own graduation. She was married in 190:2 to Evan Chrislor. who died in 1041'. Mrs. Christoe \\as a longtime member of College Avenue Pres- bvlerian Church and for 25 years toe o! 1218 Washington Ave., who'had served «s superintendent of had been hospitalized since last||J« Primary department of the July when she suffered a hip fiacture in a fall at the Christoe, . ,, Idaughtera cottage in Piasa Crmutauqua.j died Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at nddmon 1o mn J( , moSi are two brothers, Paul and J. j Ernest Jnroby, and two sisters, » ^ T ^,, . , , JMrs. Philip Graul, and Mrs. G. of E. J. Chnstoe, former long- 1 ' ,, ., „,, . .,,„„ T ., in *: i..._ . f n ,n:—:. i«. Morgenroth, alt of Alton. T\\o Mis. May Shirley sons, Mo., Nathan •<i<lrr.«, Alton. grandchildren. Home, may until body the age of 83. She was the widow! ,. , , , ,,,. . time employe of Owens-I inois. Following the fall Mrs. Christoe \vas a last July |» 1rothcrs ' patient in ^' ^ K. Harrison and Ar-;| ins Hied her in death. Also| veni . dist p.m. 88, died Alton period iviis. ^nnsioe WHS » nauenc iir . . . ,!.„„ „.,., ,,,itr,,, ' Alton Memorial Hosnital anrjl" umving 1S nnolhcr K'« n(lson '| A Aiion memorial imspuai «na io . , , •*.,,,,..,.> _ HOS art enir-! from there she was moved to St. Anthony's. A member of a family identified identified with the teaching profession i Richard Milford, a design engi neer at Phoenix, Ariz. of Church, will officiate at iunml!"™ Gent' lnc in in today and in Alton area for many years, Mrs, Christoe, the former Jo-j hanetta Jacoby, taught school inj Alton for six years following her! Visitalion limc at the chapel graduation from Alton H-gh! .„ be 8f , or 7 p . m •u '* u- , , ""til time of the funeral. Her teaching career was Interrupted Interrupted by her marriage but dur-j ing World War I period she served served for six years e.s a substitute teacher in the Alton schools. Two daughters. Miss Helen tapper 'had 1 ville; Mrs. Helen Hunt Mrs. Helen Deatherage Hunt, -luife of Walter G. Hunt, died Wednesday at noon. She had ry, Mrs. Mrs. and L'O Mary

Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph15 Oct 1959, ThuPage 26

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)15 Oct 1959, ThuPage 26
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