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Obits > 1938 - Zana Catherine (Rogers) Gulden

Submitted by Melva L. Taylor

The Daily Gazette, Sterling, Illinois

July 22, 1938 - Friday, pg 2 


STRUCK BY TRAIN EARLY THURSDAY - Mrs. Zana C. Gulden Meets Instant Death 

Mrs. Zana Catherine Gulden, 44, of Downers Grove, formerly of Sterling, was instantly killed early Thursday morning when struck by a passenger train at a sidewalk crossing near the station at Lisle where she was waiting for her husband.  The body was brought to the Melvin Funeral Home Thursday afternoon.  Funeral rites will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Melvin Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Harry E. Shiffer, pastor of the Rock Falls Christian Church.  Interment will take place in the family lot at the Tampico Memorial Cemetery

Mrs. Gulden was born February 15, 1895, at Sandwich, Ill.  She had spent most of her life in and around Sterling.  Besides her husband, Fred Gulden, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Reinhart and Mrs. Marjory Seeley, both of Sterling.  Her mother, Mrs. Ida M. Rogers of Rochelle, and one brother, Merle Rogers of Chicago, also survive.  Her father, Galon Rogers, preceded her in death June 11, 1910. There are three grandchildren, Jackie Reinhart and James and Richard Seeley.  Mrs. Gulden also leaves several uncles and aunts and many friends.


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