Clipped From The Indianapolis News
CLAUDE PARMER FUNERAL AT NEW POINT THURSDAY ferrteee (er Vlee - rreefdeet ef Kaert , Contract ias; Cesapaay, Vletlaa y ; ef Bridge Aecldeat. Funeral services for Claude Parmer, age thirty - four, vice - president of the Kuert Contracting Company, CCt Majestio building, who - was fatally njured Monday in a fall from a bridge which the company la constructing constructing at Cincinnati, will be held at the home of. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph : Parmer, at New Point Thursday afternoon. Mr. Parmer was standing en the framework of the bridge, when in some manner he was thrown off, fall - ng beneath a pile driver. A pick on which he fell penetrated one leg - , and the other was crushed by the pile driver. He was taken to a hospital, where m died Tuesday. Mr. Parmer was superintending - the work on the r.riage. wmcn is being - ouilt for the Big Four railroad, a The body was brought to inaisnapoiia Tuesday night by' William R. Allen, treasurer of the company. . Mr. iarmer nas Been connected with the Kuert Company since it was incorporated in isiz. ana for two years hss been vice - president. He served two years In the army during me worn war. - pan oi me time tn the engineering - corps in France. The parents and five brothers and two sisters survive.