Stricken with a heart seizure while sitting in his home, Norman A. Konkle died suddenly shortly before noon on Thursday last, before medical aid could be summoned.
Deceased had gone to work on the C.M. Bonham farm as usual but about the middle of the morning complained of not feeling well and Mr. Bonham drove him home. Shortly after while sitting in the house he was seized and passed away almost immediately.
He was a native of Beamsville but had been a resident of Grimsby and North Grimsby for the past 23 years and had been residing with his sister, Mrs. A.A. Sims, North Grimsby.
He was in his 43rd year and was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Konkle.
Surviving are 5 brothers and 3 sisters: John, of Port Dalhousie; James M., Grimsby; Alfred, North Grimsby; Fred., of Winona; Frank, North Grimsby; Mrs. William Juhlke, Beamsville; Mrs. A.A. Sims, North Grimsby and Mrs. Florence Earl, Hamilton.
Funeral services were held on Saturday afternoon from the Stonehouse Funeral Home, Rev. A.E. Brooks officiating. Interment was in Queen's Lawn Cemetery.
Casket bearers were his four brothers, John, James, Alfred and Frank Konkle, and two brothers-in-law, Albert A. Sims and Wilfred Earl.