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 - RETIRED SHOPS EMPLOYE DIES Theodore Landhanser...
RETIRED SHOPS EMPLOYE DIES Theodore Landhanser Lived Life in Same House-— Born in 1857 employ*! I \ ' . TThcodorc T^^ndtiM^l 5*^^** '^> +**•«* ^—--^ • of the Burlington railroad shops^ at j i West Burlington for 56 consecutive years, died yesterday aft 6 ™** At ^ a home 402 Summer street, the ;>ame L- ^ hjch he m ^m 4nd ta j ^.^ he had Uyed ^ Ws llfe> Mr Landhauser was born March 8, of \ *~ £™* o ^ have celebrated his • bjrthd ann iversar y next Tues- &&y Hjj ^ roarried here to Miss Mary Stocknian, Jan. 16, 1382. He was 1 a tinsmith at the railroad shops for 56 yearg an d i Apri | 5 He was a member of Zion Evangelical church, the Hawkeye Natives as—Mr. ' sociation. Veterans association of the ' Burlington railroad and the A. O. U. j W. lodge. retired on a pension, j Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. L. EL Beierle, Mrs. Ed Smith and Mrs. Sun•—" •—~ —'~ * k . , „ j R. L. Fischer, all of Burlmgton, and , * —..,„,!„!,; ]^..^^ Tiff,- T.-inrinauser S i four grandchildren. daughter, Mrs. Ruth McLar.e, also preceded him in death. The body was taken to TJnter-1 kircner's funeral home where it will remain until funeral arrangements can be completed. 1

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  1. The Burlington Hawk-Eye,
  2. 03 Mar 1932, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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