Lloyd E Simonin
Obituaries Lloyd E. Simonin Uoyd Edward Simonin, 51, of S20 Walnut St., Bethalto, an em- ploye of Olin Mathieson Chemical Chemical Corp., and secretary-treasurer secretary-treasurer of Western Trades Council, and a member and past president president of Teamsters & Chauffeurs Local 525, died at 1:50 a.m., today today in Wood River Township Hospital. He had been 111 only since Nov. 4, and had been up and about his home until shortly before entering entering the hospital Friday at about 7:30 p.m. Death was be- Jieved due to a cardiac ailment Mr. Simonin had been employed employed at Olin Mathieson Chemica Corp. and its predecessor, Western Western Cartridge Co., for 29 years and was a member of the firm's Westerner Club, He was born July 26, 1906, a Junction, 111., a son of Lunce Simonin and the late Mrs. Sim onin. He had resided in Bethalto for the past two years and prev ious to moving there was in Mendowbrook for six years. HI had resided in Alton prior to moving to Meadow-brook. He was a member of the Bap tist Church, Surviving are his wife, the for mer Miss Junnita M. Crockett to whom he was married May 2? 1937, at St. Charles, Mo.; a daughter, Barbara, and fou sons, Richard, who is in the U S. Army, stationed in Turkey and Billy, Howard, and Kenneth all at home; three sisters, Mrs Uldeen Newton, Sparks Hill Mrs. Mildred Payne, Godfrey and Mrs. Irene Hall, Carbondale and his father. The body is at Smith Funera Home, Bethalto, pending funei al arrangements which ar awaiting word from his son in Turkey.