Former Springs Woman Dies at Boise, Idaho
Mrs. A.J. Wipperman, a native of Rock Springs, died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. John McMahn in Boise, Idaho.
Mrs. Wipperman was born Nell O’Donnell, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O’Donnell, pioneers of the city for whom O’Donnell street was named. She was 86 years old. She was married to A.J. Wipperman who operated a jewelry store in the city and they lived here until about 1903 when they moved to Idaho Falls. After Mr. Wipperman’s death several years ago Mrs. Wipperman went to Boise to live at the home of her daughter.
Other survivors are five grandchildren and four sisters. The sisters, all natives of Rock Springs, are Mrs. Chris Juel of Ft. Collins, Colo.; Mrs. Louis Endrude of Portland, Mrs. Sam Kellogg of Rock Springs and Mrs. Harry Baker of Duncan, Okla.
Funeral and burial services will be conducted in Idaho Falls Friday.
(Rock Springs Daily Rocket, Jan 9 1958; obit added by request of Angela Cable)
Albert Joseph Wipperman
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