The Shelbyville News
Malin G. LeClerc, 89, 236 W. Pennsylvania
St., died at 6:20 a.m. today at W. S. Major Hospital.
January 26, 1980
Furniture Co. here; retired in
1955 from the former Spear's Dairy here.
Member of the local Evangelical
Methodist Church, the American Woodman Lodge and the Protected Home Circle.
Born Sept. 18, 1890 in Switzerland County,
George P. and Emma (Sampson) LeClerc.
Married Aug. 20, 1912 to Eathel S. Keller, who died
July 2, 1972.
Surviving: brother, Carl LeClerc;
sister, Mrs. Hazel Thomas, both of Shelbyville. Four sisters and two brothers preceded in death.
Burial Forest Hill Cemetery.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Democrat
Mr. and Mrs. George Leclerc, sons, Carl
and Malin and daughter, Mrs. Bert McCabe, of this city, left
today for Tuscola, Illinois, where they were called on account of the death
of Mrs. David Froman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leclerc, which
occurred Monday, following an operation which she underwent.
DAUGHTER OF LOCAL
RESIDENT IS DEAD
Mrs. Froman was forty
years old at the time of death and had visited in this city on numerous
occasions. Besides the husbnad and parents, she leaves behind to mourn
their loss, brothers Carl and Malin Leclerc, of this city and Elmer
Leclerc, of Aurora, Ind., and three sisters, Mrs. Bert McCabe, of this
city, Mrs. Sam Reese of Ludlow, Kentucky, and Mrs. Mamie
Cole of Vevay, Ind.
Funeral services will be
conducted at Tuscola, Thursday and the burial [my copy ends here.]
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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