Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) July 30, 1957 pg 1
Attack Fatal to Mrs. Losey, 67 Mrs. Constance Losey, 67,' oper ator of Losey Re«;t Home at 210 South East street, died at 1 p.m Monday in Tipton county hospital where she was taken after suffering suffering a heart attack two days prev ioiisly. . . Rev. James M. Ratcliff of Kemp Memorial Methodist church wil conduct funeral services at 2 p.m Thursday in Young's Funera home, with interment in Fairview cemetery. • Friends • are • invited • to call, at the deceased woman's home, 210 South East street, from 7 p.m. to day until noon Thursday, when the body will be removed to the fun era} home for services. Born at Shelbyville on Sept. 13 1889, the deceased woman was the daughter of R. H. and Melinda (Coy) Bentley. She was married to Hillard Losey, of Tipton, on March 15, 1922 at Shelbyville. Widowed June 29, 1945, Mrs Losey had operated the Tipton rest home for several years. She was a charter member of the local Amer ican War Mothers unit and a member member of the American Legion auxiliary. auxiliary. Surviving children include daughters daughters Mrs. Vivian Kaiser, Mrs Rosemary Grimes and Miss Edith Bates, aU of Tipton; and one son, Harold Losey, of Nashville. Also surviving are five sisters, including Mrs. Eva Spellman, of Tipton; Mrs. Grace Whaley, of San Antonio; Mrs. Trilby Carter, of Port Wayne; Mrs..Nellie Mann, of Goshen; and Mrs. Margerita Zell, of Shelbyville.