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Catherine Lowery Heller
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Birth: Aug. 16, 1878
Benton
Lafayette County
Wisconsin, USA
Death: Aug. 19, 1930
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA

Dubuque Telegraph Herald
19 August 1930

Mrs. Catherine Heller was summoned by death at the home, 105 West Thirteenth street, this afternoon at 1:10 o'clock. Although ailing for the past two years Mrs. Heller was a patient sufferer.
The funeral will be held Thursday morning from the residence to St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock. Internment will be made in Linwood cemetery.
Mrs. Heller was born in Benton, 52 years ago and had resided in this city since a child. She was beloved by innumerable friends who extend their sympathy to the grief-stricken family left to mourn her loss. She was a devout Catholic and attended St. Patrick's Church.
Mrs. Heller is survived by her husband, Chris P. Heller, a daughter, Dorothy, a son, Edward, four sisters, Mesdames John Switzer and William Sloan, Denver, Mrs. J. Schmidt, Los Angeles, Mrs. James Downes, Dubuque, two brothers, James Lowrey, Los Angeles, and William Lowrey, Chicago. A son, a daughter, her parents and a sister preceded her in death.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Christopher P Heller (1878 - 1961)
 
 Children:
  Dorothy Katherine Heller Kirchen (1910 - 1997)*
  Edward Richard Heller (1914 - 1974)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Linwood Cemetery
Dubuque
Dubuque County
Iowa, USA
 
Created by: CJ
Record added: Mar 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 66473031
Catherine <i>Lowery</i> Heller
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