James M McKee Obituary
CITY ASSESSOR M'KEE DIES Apparently in Good Health Shortly Before, He Succumbs Succumbs at Desk. . a Hori-gan IX OFFICE 14 YEARS Fan-tiisie James M. McKee, aged 1. a city assessor for 14 years, died of heart attack yesterday afternoon in his of fice in the City-County City-County City-County Building. Mr. McKee was found in an uncon scious condition with head and arms in a relaxed position on his desk, by Harry Feldman, also a city assessor The two assessors had been discuss ing business and Mr. Feldman left the office for a few minutes. When he returned and noticed Mr; McKee's peculair position he called Dr. R. G Burns, of the Health Department who pronounced him dead. Apparently Well. Mr. Feldman said that was apparently in goqd health when i. .tit Luc uiiiy auu naa mace no complaints recently of not feline well. Singularly, the death of Mr. McKee occurred exactly a year after the death of Charles Gust in the same office. Mr McKee had been in the employ of the city for 20 years and was chair man or the Eleventh Ward Republican Republican Committee. For some time he served in the tax revision office. Assessor Since 1909. In 1999 he was inducted into the office office of city assessor. He served as city assessor during Mayor William A. Magee's first administration and was retained by two succeeding mayors and Mayor Magee in his sec-and sec-and sec-and administration. Following the death Henry Deng-el, Deng-el, Deng-el, a clerk in the office, swooned and had to be treated and removed to his home, 1114 Chislett street. Mr. McKee leaves his widow, .Mrs. Jennie E. McKee, and a son, George McKee. He made his b Rural street, Kast End.