|Birth: ||Mar. 25, 1859|
San Joaquin County
|Death: ||Jul. 22, 1919|
Los Angeles County
Husband of Daisy Eva Louise Webb
Father of three daughters - Edna Claire Woodbury and Etelka Skinner Frye
Son of Thomas Eckstrom and Elizabeth Stuart
Albert A. Eckstrom, who rendered notable service to the country and to the nation during the war as a member of the registration board and of the exemption board of his district, died on Tuesday at the Good Samaritan Hospital, following an operation for appendicitis on the preceding Saturday. He was sixty years of age and had been in his usual good health up to Friday when a virulent attack of the disease seemed to make an operation necessary.
The funeral service was held Friday afternoon at Bresee Brothers chapel, in charge of Ramona Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West, of which he was an influential member.
Mr. Eckstrom was born in Stockton and had lived in the state all his life. In 1882 he came to Los Angeles and for many years he had been vice president of the California Furniture Company. He was prominent in Masonic circles and was a member of the Elks.
The family home is at 1758 N Western Avenue, where he is survived by Mrs. Eckstrom. There are also two daughters, Mrs. Estelle Skinner of Stockton and Mrs. Ned Woodbury of Philadelphia.
Holly Leaves Magazine July 26, 1919.
Thomas F Eckstrom (1834 - 1878)
Elizabeth Mary Stuart Eckstrom (1830 - 1916)
Daisy Eva Louise Webb Eckstrom (1859 - 1944)*
Edna Claire Eckstrom Woodbury (1883 - 1970)*
Albert Axel Eckstrom (1859 - 1919)
Charles Thomas Eckstrom (1867 - 1905)*
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Los Angeles County
Plot: Great Masoleum, Azalea Columbarium, Niche L
Created by: M J Carroll
Record added: Mar 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49050921
In remembrance of a generous and caring human being.|
Added: Aug. 4, 2012