STROHMEIER, Stacy Emma (Coy)

Date of birth: 7 Dec 1861, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 5 Jul 1953

Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, 6 July 1953

Mrs. Strohmeier Dies Early Sunday
      Mrs. Stacy Emma Coy 
Strohmeier, for many years 
a resident of Franklin, 
died Sunday morning at 
6:45 o'clock, after being in 
failing health for several 
years.  She had been ill for 
three weeks.
      Funeral services are 
to be conducted in the Van-
divier mortuary Wednesday 
afternoon at 2 o'clock and 
burial will take place in 
Greenlawn Cemetery.
      Friends may call at 
the funeral home Tuesday 
afternoon from 3 until 
5 o'clock, in the 
evening from 7 to 9 and 
on Wednesday until the fun-
eral hour.  They are 
invited to attend the rites.
  Moved To Pisgah
      Mrs. Strohmeier was 
born in Bartholomew County 
on Dec. 7, 1861 and her 
parents were William and 
Sarah Coy.  When she was 
two years of age, the 
family moved to the Pisgah 
community and as a child 
she lived in that community.
      She became the bride 
of William Strohmeier on 
Dec. 3, 1889 and they were 
the parents of one daughter, 
Mrs. Frieda Strohmeier 
Vandivier, who died Feb. 25, 
1943.  Mr. Strohmeier died 
April 23, 1937.
      Mrs. Strohmeier was a 
member of the Tabernacle 
Christian Church, Alexander 
Hamilton Chapter of the 
Daughters of the American 
Revolution, and Tri Psi Club.
      She is survived by four 
grandchildren, Mrs. William M. 
Arehart, of Jacksonville, Fla.; 
William D. Vandivier, Mrs. 
Charles H. Green and Richard 
Vandivier, of Franklin; the 
son-in-law, Dault Vandivier, 
and two great-grandchildren. 

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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