Conrad Hansen Victim of Heart Trouble, age 72, years, at Blaney's Tourist Camp, two
miles south of Henderson, Ga. wile enroute to his home here
As related in last week's issue, Mr. Hansen was stricken with heart trouble while spending the winter at Fort Meade, FLa., and was being driven north with Mrs. Hansen, by Louis Henderson of Fort Meade.
When Mr. Hansen's condition became worse Monday and the party stopped at the Georgia camp and called a doctor, but to no availl
He was a member of the Nazarene church and a member of the Moose Lodge.He was well known in this community and to lake visitors as proprietor of the Bide-A-Wee on the East Side of Lake Maxinkuckee
Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Helen Burn of Riviera, Fla., and Mrs Christine Babcock of Mishawaka; two sons James of Whiting and Frank of Culver; two brothers Nick P. of California and Ben A of LaPorte; three sisters Mrs Sophia Taylor of Goodland, Mrs. Louise Nichols of Chicago and Mrs. Mamie Richaels of Chicago; several grand children, and toerh realtives and friends
Funeral services were held at the Shepherf Funeral Home, Unadilla, Ga. with interment in the Henderson, Ga. Cemetery.