Edith Brandewiede Strubel death notice April 27 1931
Mrs. John Strubel Dies This Morning At Family Home After an illness of four months; irs. Sdlth Strubel, wife of John P. itrubel, of the contracting firm of jtrubel & Helmlck, died at the amily home 1117 West Ninth treet, at 4 a. m., today. For the ast four weeks, Mrs. Strubel had Seen bedfast and her condition had Seen such for most of the time that eath today was not unexpected, he was 61 years old. Mrs. Strubel was a life long resi- ent of the city, born here on Jan. 5, 1870, and stood high In the love and esteem of a wide circle, many f them friends and acquaintances t a lifetime. She was the daugh- sr of the late Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brandewiede, her father, -Squire Brandewiede, having served many ears as clerk of Alton City Court, nd as a Justice of the peace. Mrs. strubel's Interests had centered in ler home, but she had been a member member of St. Paul's Episcopal parish tace gtrlhoodr was long a member. f the Service League of that hurch, and mueh interested in parish activities. Surviving her, besides her hua- and, are her daughter, Adele. the wife of E. J. O'Leary. ' and two rothers and two sisters. The rothers are Edward Brandewiede f Alton and William Brandewiede f St. Louis, and the sisters are Irs. William Graham of Alton and flrs. William Fletcher of Collins- lilc. Funeral services have been set or 2:30 p. m.. Wednesday from St. Paul's Episcopal church to City >metery, the rector, the Rev. Robrt Robrt Hall Atchison conducting the Ites.