Flichler, Emma Amelia (Daisy) 1887 - 1935
FLIEHLER, DAISY, SANDS, FABER, HARDING
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 11/8/2017 at 08:40:23
Clayton County Register, Thur., 13 June 1935.
The death of Mrs. Wm. Fliehler occurred last Thursday at her home after a lingering illness. Funeral services occurred Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, conducted by the local pastor, Rev. James P. Gable, assisted by Rev. E. D. Wells, pastor of the M.E. church and a close friend of the family, of Manchester. Interment was made in the Strawberry Point cemetery.
Mrs. Fliehler, nee Emma Amelia, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Daisy, was born near Colesburg April 3, 1887. On Dec. 4, 1907, she was united in marriage to Wm. Fliehler. The home was made on a farm in Sperry township for four years, after which they moved to Strawberry Point, where they have since resided. A nephew, Max Fliehler, has made his home with them for nearly 13 years. This boy has been tenderly cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Fliehler, as though it was their own, and who will miss "mother" as he called her. Mrs. Fliehler was an earnest worker in the Methodist church, Industrial club, and for many years a Sunday school teacher, until her health failed and she was forced to give it up. Surviving are the husband, nephew, Max Fliehler, a step-mother, Mrs. Jennie Daisy, of Thorpe, three brothers and four sisters: Wm. Daisy of Jackson, Mich.; John Daisy of Delaware county; Wesley Daisy of Fayette county; Mrs. Frank Sands of Thorpe; Miss Elizabeth Daisy of Ionia; Mrs. Mabel Faber of Delaware county, and Mrs. Spence Harding of Sparta, Wis.
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