Decatur Daily Review 14JAN1933
$2,146,-583 in ) Carpenter Dies of Heart Attack Harmon E. Likins Stricken as He Passes Theater. Harmon E. Likins, 42, of 1442 East Sedgwick street, well known carpenter and contractor, died suddenly suddenly at 10:30 p. m. Friday. He suffered suffered a heart attack while passing the Empress theater and died in the Moran & Sons ambulance en route to St. Mary's hospital. He suffered a severe heart attack a few years ago, but since then had apparently enjoyed good health. Mr. Likins was born in Piatt county Sept. 12, 1890. He and Miss Marguerite Stoutenborough of Maroa Maroa were married Nov. 5, 1914. Mr. Likins worked in Chicago for 12 or 14 years, coming with his wife to Decatur about four years ago. His father, Ross Likins, Sr., died in 1916, and a sister, Mrs. Jennie Hatfield, died in 1908. He is survived survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Likins, 544 South McClellan avenue, avenue, and the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Pearl Clarkson and Mrs. Floyd Rittgers, Chicago; Mrs. Sena Dunbar, and John Likins, Ar-genta; Ar-genta; Ar-genta; Mrs. Flossie Veech, Sangamon; Sangamon; Mrs. Carl Wheeler, Ross Likins Likins and Charles Likins, Decatur, and Oscar Likins, Oreana. The body was taken to the Moran & Sons funeral home.