DAVID WEIMER DIES, AGED 57. WELL KNOWN STEEL WORKER, BORN IN BRIER HILL, WAS ILL FIVE WEEKS.
David M. Weimer, aged 57, died of complications after an illness of five
weeks, Tuesday at 9:20 p.m. at his home, 121 Poplar Ave. Mr. Weimer was born
in Youngstown, July 20, 1869, and had lived his entire life here. He was a
former old Brier Hill resident, being born in that district. He was the son
of Joseph and Catherine Hellenger Weimer. Mr. Weimer was married 29 years
ago to Minnie Baker, who is living. He was a faithful member of St. Paul's
Lutheran Church and was employed by the Carnegie Steel Co., as a heater's
helper. Mr. Weimer was widely known throughout the city and leaves a host of
friends who will regret to hear of his death. Besides his wife he leaves six
children: Mrs. George Streb, Norman, Clyde, David J., Gladys, and Ruth, and
one grandchild. He also leaves three sisters: Mrs. Miles Lodwick, Mrs.
William Bader, Youngstown, and Mrs. Jacob Strahley, Warren. He leaves a
brother, George Weimer of this city. Funeral services will be held at the
residence Friday at two p.m. Rev. J. F. C. Soller will officiate. Interment
will be in Tod Cemetery.
Date and place of death: Feb. 1, 1927 - Youngstown, Ohio
Source: Youngstown Vindicator - February 2,1927
Submitted by Catherine Timlin-Hebb