MRS. PIEPER LIVED HERE MORE THAN HALF CENTURY
Mrs. Bertha Pieper, sixty-seven years old, died this morning at her home on Niagara Falls boulevad after a lingering illness, induced by a paralytic stroke. Mrs. Pieper was born in Germany. During the past fifty-three years she resided here. Surviving are a husban, William Pieper, six daughters, Mrs. Frank Sasse, Buffalo, Mrs. William Heidenfeldt, Mrs. William Strassburg, Mrs. Albert Warblow and Mrs. Edward Hardy, North Tonawanda, and Mrs. Edward Doebler, North Ridge; two sons, William Pankow and Arthur Pieper, North Tonawanda; thrity-eight grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Augusta Holler, Buffalo and two brothers, William Behm North Tonawanda, and Charles Behm Ransomville. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at the late residence and half an hour later at the St. John’s church, St. Johnsburg, Rev. Walter Thiemecke officiating. Burial will be at St. John’s cemetery, St. Johnsburg.
The Evening News of the Tonawandas, Friday, July 6, 1923