Name: Clyde George Spindler
From: The Allegany Citizen, Allegany, New
Clyde George Spindler, twenty-seven years old, passed away last Saturday morning
at one-forty o'clock at the home of his parents Mr. And Mrs. Charles Spindler of
the Four Mile, after an illness of two months with spinal meningitis.
Date: Thursday, February 23, 1933
He was a devout member of St. Bonaventure church and the Holy Name society.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mildred Mohr Spindler, an infant son, James
Francis, eighteen days old, his parents, two sisters, Mrs. George Louser,
Allegany and Miss Hazel Spindler, at home; also a twin brother, Claude Spindler,
Funeral services were held at the home at eight-thirty o'clock Tuesday morning
and at St. Bonaventure church at nine o'clock. The Rev. Donald Hoag, O.F.M.,
assistant pastor, was celebrant at the solemn requiem mass. Rev. Martin O'Kane,
O.F.M., was deacon and Rev. Bonaventure McIntyre, O.F.M., was sub-deacon. The
committal services at St. Bonaventure cemetery were in charge of Father Donald.
The pallbearers were Vincent Mohr, Arthur Mohr, Edwin Mohr, Lawrence Mohr,
Charles Martiny and Eugene Martiny.
Relatives and friends from out of town included Mrs. Rose Martiny, Bradford;
John Spindler, Mr. And Mrs. Henry Spindler, Miss Josephine Spindler, Paul
Spindler, Mr. And Mrs. Raymond Spindler, Bradford; Mrs. Teresa Lang, Batavia;
Mr. And Mrs. Leon Martiny, Rose Martiny, Detriot, Mich.; Mrs. John Kinmartin,