August C. Grabert, 78, a respected,
life-long resident of South Posey county whose
industry and honesty were by words in the community, died at Thursday (20 May 1954) in the DeaconessHospital in Evansville.
An autopsy revealed gallstones as the cause of death. Mr. Grabert entered the hospital Wednesday from his home at 701 East Second street. He had been ill only a week.
He moved to Mt.Vernon 20 years ago after a successful farming
career in Eastern Black and Marrs townships.
The body is at the Short-Niehause
Funeral Home and will remain there through the funeral service at Saturday in the Short-Niehaus chapel. Burial will be in Bellefontaine
Rev. August E. Binder, pastor of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed
Church, of which the deceased was a devout member will be the officiating
Surviving are the wife, nee Bertha JunckerGrabert; a daughter, Mrs. Clyde Kincade,
R. R. 1, Mt.Vernon, four grandchildren, Mrs. Clyde Eaton,
Charles Kincade, Ralph Kincade
and Mrs. John Keitel; five great grandchildren and a
sister; Mts. Margaret Kueber, R. R. 1. The
grandson, Ralph Kincade is in the U.S. Army and is
stationed in Germany.
The deceased was
the son of Gottlieb Grabert and Margaret SchnarrGrabert.