Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) June 3, 1930 pg 6
I0MCFCOTBAL. Serrices/WUI Be Held at Aut'a The body of Harry Lossy of Indianapolis who died Monday morning at 1:00 at the city, hospital hospital at Indianapolis, was brought to- the. home of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Webber at 538 Oak street Tuesday evening; Funeral .services .services 'will be held at the Webber home at 2:00 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and will be conducted by Rev. S. A. Gordon of the First Baptist church. Burial will, be on the Losey lot in Fairview cemetery. Mr. Losey, .who was a former Tipton resident and well known here, died from injuries received when he was struck by a hit and run driver Saturday evening. He never regained consciousness after after being picked up and carried into a physician's office near by. He was later taken to the City hospital.' Mr. Losey. was 40 years of age and was the son of the late Mrs. Anna:Losey Reese of Tipton. He was reared in Tipton by. his grandmother, the late Mrs. Catherine Catherine Losey. He had been a resident resident of Indianapolis for a number number of years making his home a part of .the time with an aunt, Mrs. Adda McCullough, but later at a hotel.