|Birth: ||Sep. 9, 1899|
|Death: ||Aug. 31, 1940|
A.A. Ermis, 40, died at his home near Vernon. Overwork and a sunstroke several years ago were the most likely causes ofh is death. The body was brought to Seymour for burial beside the graves of his parents who died in the Lively community. They were the first people to be buried in the Catholic Cemetery at Seymour.
Rev. Edward Szapka of the Holy Family Catholic Church of Vernon were in charge of the services assisted by Rev. Paul Masier, pastor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Seymour.
Lousie Trojcak married A.A. Ermis in Baylor County, Texas. She preceded him in death.
A.A. Ermis later located at Vernon, in 1929 and married again in Vernon, Texas.
Survived by his wife; one son - Emil Joe Ermis; four sisters - Mrs. Willie May Risce, Mrs. Luose Viet, Mrs. Amelia Siama, Mrs. Angelina Zaludek; three brothers - A.C., Laddin and James "Jim" Ermis.
James Ermis (1871 - 1909)
Louisa Picha Ermis (1876 - 1909)
Louise Trojcak Ermis (____ - 1924)*
Sophie Albina Ermis Kubala (1859 - 1976)*
Angelina A. Ermis Zaludek (1895 - 1985)*
James W. Ermis (1896 - 1974)*
Adolf Alois Ermis (1899 - 1940)
Louise Ermis Vieth (1906 - 1992)*
Seymour Catholic Cemetery
Created by: Searchers of our Past
Record added: Sep 01, 2012
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