Obit: Trogner, George W., Jr. (1873? - 1910)

Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Trogner, McMahon, Hemp


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  09/15/1910


Trogner, George W., Jr. (1873? - Sept. 12, 1910)


George W. Trogner, Jr., died Monday night at his home on West 4th St., after an illness of but a few hours.  Leakage of the heart valves was the cause of his death.  He was born 37 years ago on a farm near Loyal, and is a son of George Trogner, now in Washington.  He was married in 1895 to Nora McMahon and to this union two sons were born, John and Neal.  He has been a resident of this city for many years and has always demonstrated himself as a hardworking reliable man.  For some years he has been employed in the planning mill here, owned by Adolph Hemp.  Mr. Trogner is survived by his wife and two sons.  Arrangements for the funeral have not been made as yet, pending word from his father.  Mr. Trogner was a member [the rest of the column is cut off]



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