Name:   William Edward Quenette

From:  The Fargo Forum, Fargo, North Dakota
Date:  Tuesday, May 25, 1943

W. E. Quenette Of West Fargo Dies

William Edward Quenette, 45, of West Fargo, died in a Fargo Hospital Sunday from a heart condition, following an illness of several weeks.

Mr. Quenette was born in Almo, Minn., on Oct. 2, 1897.  He is a veteran of World War I.  He entered the service Aug. 28, 1918, at Sherbrooke, N.D., and was discharged Feb 6, 1919, at Camp Lewis Wash.  He was a private first class with Company K of the 75th Infantry.  He had been employed by the Armour & Co. as an engineer in the motor power department.

He leaves Mrs. Quenette and three children, all of West Fargo, William Edward Jr., Curtiss and Glen; his mother, Mrs. Caroline Quenette of Hope; Five brothers, Deward, Herbert and George Quenette of Hibbing, Minn., and Alexander and Rolley Quenette of Hope; four sisters, Mrs. Jennie Moe and Mrs. Lily Mattson, both of Hibbing, Miss Clara Quenette of Hope and Mrs. Pearl Jenson of Perley, Minn.

Services will be in the Faith Lutheran Church at West Fargo at 2 p.m. today, Rev. J. W. Johnshoy, officiating.  Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Fargo.  The body is at the Merril Moore Mortuary.