Found these obits, didn't have anything about brothers or parents - just the spouse and children
Series of Mishaps Prove Fatal
Carl Neubauer Hit by Train, operated upon, and dies from infection
Carl Neubauer, 43 years old, died at his home, 321 North Kline street at 6:30 this morning following a series of physical mishaps. He was struck by a Milwaukee train on October 16, last year; underwent an operation about two weeks ago, and died today of infection leaving an invalid widow and seven children.
Whether he was a victim of the accident of operation is appoint that will be determined later. It is claimed he was entirely recovered from the railroad accident, which he sustained in the Aberdeen yards, while riding his daily work, on a motor car. It is also contended he still suffered from the railroad accident and the operation was necessary in an attempt to save his life.
The funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o’clock from the German Lutheran church. Rev. W. Kraushaar presiding. The body will be interred at Riverside.
The deceased was born May 17, 1871, in Russia. He came to Aberdeen three years ago from Eureka, where he was employed several years.
--Aberdeen Daily News, Aberdeen, SD
March 25, 1915 page 2
Mrs. Katherine Neubauer
Mrs. Katherine Neugauer, 39 years old, died at a hospital Saturday morning at 7:30 of complication of diseases. Her husband, Carl Neubauer, died some time ago of injuries received in a railroad accident, and since then Mrs. Neubauer has been failing in health. The woman resided with her children at 321 North Kline street. Mrs. Neubauer leaves seven children, ranging in ages from 16 to 4 years. Their names are Carl, Clara, Louise, Amelia, Lydia, Leondina, and Alvina. All live in the city.
The funeral was held Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock from the Evangelical Lutheran Zion church, Rev. W. Kraushaar officiating. The death of Mrs. Neubauer is a very sad one, the loss of her husband by injuries received in an accident, having affected her and practically caused her death.
--Aberdeen Weekly News, Aberdeen, SD
September 23, 1915, page 5