Page News & Courier, Tuesday 1 May 1934
N. O. Sigler, a prominent citizen of this county, living just over the Marksville-Shenandoah Iron Works District line, died on Saturday at 4 o'clock at the Harrisonburg Memorial Hospital following an operation two days before for gallstones and other complications. His body was brought to Luray soon after death by Undertaker I.C. Bradley and the same day was taken to his late home which is about a mile south of Stanley.
The interment took place on Sunday in the old Sigler graveyard near where the deceased has lived for many years.
He was the owner of two places which are near the Marksville-Shenandoah District line.
In addition to his widow, Mr. Sigler is survived by the following children: William Sigler, of Pennsylvania; Mrs. Leon (Lura) Norman, Stanley; Mrs. Joseph (Reda) Dovel, of Missouri and Jule Sigler, of Hempfield, W.Va.; Dewey Sigler, of Brunswick, Md.; and Mrs. John (Mabel) Short, of Stanley. "Ott" Sigler as he was familiarly known.
Notwithstanding his seventy years, he was an inveterate foxhunter and until a few years ago took great delight in pursuing reynard with his pack of fox hounds.
Mr. Sigler for many years had been a member of the Page county Republican Committee, and in his work for his party at Honeyville, his voting precinct, his influence was always felt.
Mr. Sigler was the owner of the famous Sigler spring, for many years a prospective supply of water for the town of Stanley.
Lena Delitha Christina Good Sigler (1873 - 1953)*
Lura Florence Sigler Nauman (1895 - 1980)*
John Lawrence Sigler (1908 - 1987)*
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