|Birth: ||Aug. 31, 1886|
|Death: ||Sep. 30, 1939|
Charles Leger was the son of Jean Etienne "Stephen" and Ailine Broelliard Leger. He married Barbara Aitken. They were the parents of Charles Stephen and Marie Leger. Charles owned and operated a Lumber store. He was a veteran of WW I.
-The Salt Lake Tribune, October 1, 1939
HELPER- Charles Leger, 53, prominent Helper resident, died Saturday at his home of a heart attack. Mr. Leger had been active in civil affairs since coming to Helper 16 years ago.
He was a charter member of Price Kiwanis club, and the organizer of Helper Kiwanians, of which he was the first president. He served as a member of the school board for several years and was a legionnaire.
Mr. Leger was born August 30, 1886 in Louisville, Colo., the son of Stephen and Alene Chatlin Leger. He attended schools in Castlegate and Sunnyside and was a graduate of the University of Utah, where he studied civil engineering. He lived in Carbon county for 48 years, and for the last 16 years had been part-owner of the Central Commission and Supply company, in Helper.
Prior to coming to Helper, he was superintendent of the Consumers' and Rolapp mines.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Barbara Forrester Leger; one daughter, Miss Marie Leger of Los Angeles; three stepdaughters, Mrs. T.L. Misley of Auburn, Cal., Mrs. Robert McKinnon of Hiawatha, and Mrs. Terry McGowan of Consumers, and two brothers, Stephen Leger of Latuda and Anthony Leger of Sunnyside.
Funeral services will be announced by Mitchell mortuary of Price.
Jean Etienne Leger (1856 - 1929)
Ailine Broelliard Chatlin (1865 - 1924)
Charles Stephen Leger (1923 - 1923)*
Charles Leger (1886 - 1939)
Stephen Leger (1889 - 1962)*
Anthony Joseph Leger (1891 - 1971)*
Edward A. Chatlin (1902 - 1967)**
Price City Cemetery
Created by: L. Finley
Record added: Jan 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64348557