|Birth: ||Dec. 16, 1868|
|Death: ||Nov. 24, 1920|
Mrs. Fannie Suter, wife of John R. Suter, a well known traveling man living west of Harrisonburg, died at her home Wednesday morning after an illness of ten days of pneumonia. She had been suffering for over a year asthma.
Mrs. Suter before marriage was Miss Fannie Roudabush. She had been a member of the Mennonite Church since early childhood, and was in her fifty-fourth year. She was highly respected as a neighbor, and was known as a Christian woman.
She is survived by her husband and ten children, the four older of whom are married, and all live in Rockingham County. They are: J. E. Suter, Mrs. Annie M. Showalter, Laurence E., Homer R., Miss Nettie Suter, Jacob C., Tracey, Robert D., Menno R., and Claude R. Suter. She is also survived by three brothers and one sister living in Brooklyn, Iowa.
Funeral services will be conducted from Weavers Mennonite Church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Services will be in charge of Rev. S. H. Rhodes assisted by Rev. H. B. Keener. Interment will be in the cemetery nearby.
The Daily News-Record, Harrisonburg, VA
Friday Nov. 26, 1920
John R. Suter (1863 - 1945)*
Anna Mary Suter Showalter (1889 - 1955)*
Weavers Mennonite Church Cemetery
Created by: Marlin Diehl
Record added: Apr 06, 2011
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