She united in marriage with Leslie H. Geist, April 13, 1915. One son, Lincoln, with her husband, survives her. Three step-sons and one step-daughter, Leone, Theodore, Clifford and Margie, are living. Of her immediate family, two sisters and five brothers mourn their loss -- Anna Panructer, Josephine Erickson, and her brothers, Michael, John, Joseph, Frank and Bennie.
Mrs. Geist united with the Methodist church in Lowell, March 27, 1921. She was a frequent attendant and worshiper at the services of her church and was an active member of the Ladies' Aid Society.
She will be missed from her neighborhood and her husband and little son have lost much from out of their lives. "Her sun hath gone down while it was yet day."
Funeral services were held at the Lowell M.E. church Sunday, at 2 p.m., and were attended by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. Rev. C.A. Brown, pastor of the church, preached the funeral sermon. Interment was made in the Lowell cemetery, in charge of Undertaker William Sheets. The following acted as pall-bearers: Floyd Turner, Clarence Turner, Earle Tanner, Elmo Sprague and Ernest Wooldridge.
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