The Lusk Herald
February 6, 1969
Charles Lindahl Dies in Denver
Charles B. Lindahl, 23, died in a Denver hospital Sunday of cancer. Rosary services were held Monday evening and funeral mass was held Tuesday morning from St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Westminster, Colo.
Charles, usually called "Chuckie" here, was the son of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Lindahl. Lindahls lived in Lusk for several years leaving here for Colorado in August 1961.
Local people attending the services included: Mr. and Mrs. Max Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Venus Kilmer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Krekeler, Mrs. Archie Huey, Jerry Hollon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wasserburger, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boner and Mrs. Jim Thompson. Among those formerly of Lusk, now living elsewhere, were Jim Barrett of Cheyenne, Mr. and Mrs. Dick David of Denver, Mrs. Ethel Gibson of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryan of Denver.
Gary West of Lusk and Dr. Jim Hollon of Portland, Ore., were casket bearers.
Survivors include his parents and a sister, Nancy, now a senior in high school.
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