|#1 Enterprise, January 15, 1925 |
The sad news of the death of Chas. Andreasen, which occurred Sunday evening, brought a shock to this community. The end was unexpected, being the result of heart failure. He was playing a game of checkers at 8:30 P.M., when the attack took him, and he was gone immediately.
Deceased was born in Omaha, June 13, 1884, and was thus past forty years of age at the time of his death. He later moved with his parents to Kennard where he grew to manhood and where on August 30, 1911, he was married to Miss Anna Munson, also of that place.
To them three children were born, Helen, aged eleven years, Johnny, nine years and Mary, aged four years.
Mr. Andreasen was a good citizen, a good farmer and a consistent Christian and leaves a wide circle of friends who hold him in high esteem.
Besides his wife and three children, he leaves to mourn him his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Andreasen, three sisters, Mrs. James Sorensen, Mrs. Martin Bertelsen and Mrs. Paul Kempcke and four brothers, Robert, Fred, Arthur, and Elmer, all living in Washington county except Arthur who resides in Lyons.
Funeral services were held yesterday at 2 o’clock P.M. from the home and at 2:30 from the Danish church and interment was made in the Blair cemetery.
#2 The Pilot, January 14, 1925
Charles Andreasen died very suddenly last Sunday evening of heart failure. He was sitting at his farm home just south of town playing checkers when he sudden fell over and died before he could be gotten to the couch in the room. He had been bothered for some time with his heart, and the family wasn’t unprepared for the sudden ending of his life. The funeral will be held at the Danish church at 2:30 this afternoon, Rev. W. H. Underwood and Rev. H. Nielsen officiating. Mr. Andreasen was born in Omaha June 13th, 1884, so was but 40 years of age last June. His parents moved to a farm near Kennard in 1890, and he was married August 30th, 1911 to Miss Anna Monson. He is survived by his wife and three children, Helen, aged 11, John, aged 9 and Mary, aged 4. Also four brothers, Robert, Fred and Elmer of near Kennard and three sisters, Mrs. Martin Pertelsen of this city and Mrs. Jas. Sorensen and Mrs. Paul Kempcke of near Blair. Also his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Andreasen of this city. The bereaved family and relatives have the sincere sympathy of many friends in their sudden sorrow. The community loses a mighty good farmer and also a loyal booster and supporter of the city of Blair. He believed in and practiced buying at home, believing he was thus helping himself as well as his community and town.
~~~Obituaries courtesy of the Nebraska Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair, Nebraska Public Library ~~~
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