TROY L. LUSTER IS CALLED BY DEATH
(March 20, 1938)
Local Man Dies Sunday at Home; Funeral Will Be Tuesday Afternoon
Troy L. Luster died at 6:25 o'clock Sunday morning at his home, 743 Bedwell street. He was a son of J. A. and Martha E. Luster, and was born Nov. 22, 1902, at Glasgow, Ky. He was married Oct. 19, 1923, to Miss June Fee.
He is survived by his father, his wife, and one son, Troy Donald. He leaves also the following brother and sisters: Mrs. Nina Fox, Mrs. Kathryn Hill, and Robert E., James H. and Manning Luster.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the Williamson funeral home, in charge of Rev. M. M. Blair, with interment in Antioch cemetery. The remains are at the residence.
LUSTER FUNERAL IS HELD HERE TUESDAY; BURIAL AT ANTIOCH
Services in memory of the late Troy L. Luster were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Williamson Funeral home, with Rev. M. M. Blair of Centenary M. E. church officiating.
Two solos were sung by Albert C. Metcalf, with Miss Myrtle Larimore as accompanist.
The floral tributes were cared for by Mrs. Harold Dawson, Mrs. Glen Ore, Mrs. A. J. Haney, Mrs. Robert Seymour and Miss Irene Arter.
Interment was made in Antioch cemetery, the casket bearers being A. L. Breeden, Dewey Brockhouse, Glenn Ore, Harold Dawson, Ernest Hoagland and Robert Seymour.
Submitted by: Cheryl (Curtis) Behrend