Sherbino, Marguerite (Barbour)

Marguerite Sherbino
Feb. 18, 1894-June 2, 1946

Niles Daily Star, Monday, June 3, 1946, page 2, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library


Mrs. M. Sherbino Dies in Hospital, Funeral Wednesday

 

Services will be held Wednesday for Mrs. Marguerite Sherbino, 213 Clay street, who died Sunday, at 9 p.m. in Pawating hospital following a stroke suffered four days ago.

Born Feb. 18, 1894 in Elkhart, Ind., she was 52 years old. She was married here in 1911 to Stanley Sherbino, who preceded her in death in 1941. Mrs. Sherbino had lived in Niles for the past 40 years.

Survivors Named

Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Paul Barbour, Niles; four children, Mrs. Henry Snouwaert, rural route four, Merrill, Ronald B. and Mrs. George Scott, all of Niles; two grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Harry Dalstrom, Niles.

Friends may call at the Pifer funeral home, until time of the services which will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m.  Burial will be in Silverbrook cemetery.

 

 

 

Simpkins, Dayton

Dayton Simpkins
Nov. 28, 1886-April 29, 1946


Niles Daily Star, Monday, April 29, 1946, page 2, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library


Dayton Simpkins Dies in Hospital

 

Dayton Simpkins, 59, of 25 1/2 East Main street, died today at 3:45 a.m. in Pawating hospital after an illness of two years.

He was born Nov. 28, 1886, in Brownwood, Mo., and had lived in Niles for five years. He was a coopererage[sic] maker.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Linda Simpkins; two sons, Dayton Simpkins, Jr., Los Agneles, Cal.; and Olvin Simpkins, Niles; one brother, Henry Simpkins, Dudley, Mo.; and one sister, Mrs. William Hinds, Kennett, Mo.

Funeral will take place from the Kiger funeral home with the Rev. A.J. Martin officiating. Date of the funeral will be announced later. Burial will be in Silverbrook cemetery, and friends may call at the funeral home.

 

Troost, Hulda (Dubois)

Hulda Troost
Sept. 12, 1870-June 29, 1946

Niles Daily Star, Monday, July 1, 1946, page 2, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library

Hulda Troost, 75, Dies Saturday in Grand Rapids

 

Mrs. Peter Troost, 75, formerly of 526 Hickory street, died Saturday at 10:09 p.m., in Clark Memorial home, Grand Rapids. She had been ill since March 25.

The former Miss Hulda Dubois, she was married to Peter Troost in Fremont, Mich., in 1893. They came to Niles in 1902 from Portland, Me.

Niece Lives Here

Until his death in 1922, Mr. Troost was a partner with his brother Joseph Troost, in Troost Brothers furniture store in Niles.

Mrs. Troost, who was for many years a resident of Niles, was the sister-in-law of Joseph Troost, 209 South Third street, and the aunt of Mrs. Malcolm Hull, 123 North Eighth street.

Survivors include four sons, Loren and Edward Troost, St. Joseph; Dr. Franklin Troost, Holt, Mich.,and George Troost, Detroit, and eight grandchildren.

Active in Church

She was a member of the First Methodist church for many years in which she was an ardent worker and also was a member of the Order of Eastern Star.

The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the First Methodist church, with the Rev. J. Kenneth [illegible], Holland, former pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will be in the mausoleum at Silverbrook cemetery. Friends may call at the Pifer funeral home until Wednesday noon.

 

Valleau, Thomas

Thomas Valleau
March 24, 1873-March 4, 1946

Niles Daily Star, Tuesday, March 5, 1946, page 2, col. 5, microfilm Niles District Library

Valleau Funeral to Be Conducted on Wednesday

 

Thomas Valleau, 72, Jerome street, died Monday at 11:30 a.m. in his home after an illness of one year.

He was born in VanBuren county, March 24, 1873, and moved to Niles several years ago.

Only survivor is his widow, Mrs. Amy Valleau.

Funeral will take place Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the Kiger funeral home with the Rev. William Putnam officiating.  Burial wll be in Silverbrook cemetery.

 

Winquist, Jack

Jack Winquist
March 2, 1946


Niles Daily Star, Monday, March 4, 1946, page 2, col. 4, microfilm Niles District Library

Services Today for Infant Jack Winquist

 

Funeral of Jack Winquist, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. August Winquist, 1617 Michigan street, who died Saturday at 11:30 p.m. in Pawating hospital, was held today at 2 p.m. in the Pifer funeral home with the Rev. L. George Beacock officiating. Burial was in Silverbrook cemetery.

Survivors include his parents; five brothers and sisters, Paul, John H.,. Mary Lou, Robert and Shilrley Winquist, all at home, and one grandparent, Mrs. Edda Iselman, South Bend.