(Date Unknown - January 1, 1951)
The Lusk Herald
January 25, 1951
Mrs, Chas. Bruner, Former Niobraran, Dies in Michigan
Mrs. Charles Bruner of Niles, Mich., formerly a resident of Niobrara County, died Jan. 1 after suffering from a heart attack.
Funeral services were conducted in Niles, Mich. by Rev. George Dick of the First Baptist Church of South Bend, Ind. on Jan 10.
Mrs. Bruner was born in Evansfille, Ind. Nov. 27, 1889. The Bruner family came to Wyoming in 1913 and were residents of the Flattop community. Later they moved to a farm near Jireh, where they lived for several years before returning to Evansville, Ind. From Evansville the Bruners moved to Nlles, Mich.
Survivors include: her husband, Charles; two daughters, Myrtle Horner, South Bend, Ind., and Vera, Niles, Mich.; two sons, Gordan and Norman, both of Niles; one brother, Sam H. Blaney of Manville; two grandchildren, Mrs. George L. Jerdon, of Niles, and Dickie Horner, of South Bend; and several nieces and nephews. One daughter, Mildred, preceded her mother in death.
Sam Blaney was in Niles for the funeral services, returning home Jan. 19.
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