Information courtesy of Roger Hopkins
Lyle C. Cron Passes Away Whle Taking Afternoon Nap.
Although he had been in failing health since a paralytic stroke suffered seven years ago, the death of Lyle C. Cron, 41 years of age and member of the Cron Printing company, came as a shock to his friends and family. Mr. Cron had not been apparently worse on Saturday morning and had worked as usual at his trade. In the afternoon he laid down for a nap at his home, 302 Cleveland street, and when an attempt wsa made to arouse him at 5 o’clock, he was found to have passed away in his sleep, death having come probably about an hour before from heart trouble.
Mr. Cron, who was well known in this city
where he had resided most of his life, was born in Ottawa, Kansas, on
Immediately after his marriage he became connected with the D. and T.
Traction company in
He leaves his mother, Mrs. George Cron; a daughter, Miss Mary Louise Cron; a son, L. Gene Cron; a sister, Mrs. Cora Hennessey, all of Piqua; five brothers, Arthur of Superior, Montana, Gale of Dayton, Edgar of Sidney, Raymond and Howard of Piqua, with whom he wsa associated in business.
Funeral services will be conducted from the