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Obit on dad - Jontry said. "There were no they do in me."...
Jontry said. "There were no they do in me." Obituaries Streator man dies in fall from crane STREATOR -- A Streator man plunged to his death Tuesday morning when he fell from an industrial crane he was working at Plymouth Tube, South Streator. Leonard F. Vickers, 32, a Plymouth Tube maintenance man, was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Mary's Hospital shortly after 8 a.m. Tuesday. According to L i v i n g s t o n County Sheriff's Police, who along w i t h LaSalle County deputy coroner Kenneth Sangston investigated the accident, accident, Vickers was working with two other maintenance men when he suffered the fatal fall. Police said Vickers and another employe, David Guyon, Streator, were on top of the crane on a beam while another employe was operating the crane. Vickers reportedly told the operator to move the crane to the east, and when the crane moved Vickers fell, police said. Vickers fell about 20 feet before hitting his head on a cross-beam, and he then fell 10 more feet to the floor where he landed on his head, police were told. Vickers was taken to the hospital by the Streator Fire Department. An autopsy was performed, but no results have been obtained obtained from it. Livingston County Sheriff's Police investigated because accident occurred in Livingston County. The LaSalle County coroner's office was called because Vickers was pronounced dead LaSalle County. Vickers had been employed the P l y m o u t h Tube maintenance department for seven years. His funeral will be at n Friday at the Church of the Open Bible. Eli Wenger FAIRBURY -- Eli Wenger, 83, of Walworth, Wis., a of Fairbury, died Saturday at the Walworth hospital. His funeral was held at 11 a.m. today at the funeral at Walworth, with burial at Walworth Cemetery. Mr. Wenger was born Dec. 1892, in Fairbury, a son of Daniel and Barbara (Burkhardt) Wenger. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, a son, several grandchildren and five sisters, including, Mrs. Joseph Rinkenberger and Mrs. Sophie Kellerhals, both of Gridley; Mrs. Tillie Rinkenberger, Fairbury, Mrs. Ben Rinkenberger, Rinkenberger, Forrest; Mrs. Rose Rinkenberger, Fosston, Minn.

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  1. The Daily Leader,
  2. 07 Jan 1976, Wed,
  3. Page 13

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