|Birth: ||Jul. 6, 1880|
|Death: ||Oct. 23, 1909|
Butte Miner, October 23, 1909
Death Comes Suddenly to Well Known Butte Girl
Miss Leah Oppenheimer Expires at Home of her Sister in New York
(Special Dispatch to the Miner)
New York, Oct, 22 - Miss Leah Oppenheimer, 30 years old of Butte, Montana has been visiting her sister, Mrs. George L. Symons, a cigar manufacture living at 4 Ninety-third street, died suddenly this afternoon in her sister's apartments. Miss Oppenheimer came east a year ago after a nervous breakdown. She was treated by Dr. J. W. Scheipert of 10 West Ninety-third street but her improvement was slow.
Death Deplored in Butte - The death of Miss Oppenheimer will be deeply deplored in Butte, she having been known to many of this city. Of a charming, affable disposition, she made many firm friends to whom the news of her sudden demise will come as a great shock.
Miss Oppenheimer was 30 years of age and is survived by a brother, Henry, and two sisters, Mrs. Sig Schilling and Miss Blanche Oppenheimer, here; a brother Joseph, who now is either in New York or on the ocean en route home from Europe; a sister, Mrs. George Symons, and a brother, Lou Oppenheimer in New York, and a sister, Mrs. Louis Joseph residing in Noblesville, Indiana.
Up to a late hour her relatives here had not been advised as to the funeral arrangements
BNai Israel Cemetery
Silver Bow County
Created by: Pam
Record added: Jun 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54017768
Gone but not forgotten|
Added: Oct. 23, 2010