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|Cambria Freeman, 25 Mar 1904, Contributed by Patty Millich|
William Kessler, formerly of this place but late of Braddock, died suddenly at the Hotel Kirk in East Pittsburg, Wednesday evening of last week. The exact time of his death is not known as he was found lying lifeless in his bed the next morning. The Coroner's jury said heart disease was the cause of death.
Mr. Kessler, who was a baker, conducted an establishment here for six years previous to moving to Braddock a few months ago. A few days ago his family, who have remained here, waiting until he could get a house for them, received a letter stating that he was not in good health, but nothing serious was anticipated. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Edna and Zella, and one son, Charles, all at home.
The deceased came here from Patton but he is a native of Philipsburg, where his remains were taken Saturday. Funeral services were held in the Lutheran Church in Philipsburg at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, followed by interment in the cemetery at that place.