Lewis Klock was born on 14 May 1925 in DeKalb, St Lawrence, NY.
He died on 4 Jun 1978 in Star Lake, St Lawrence, NY. His obituary
appeared on 5 Jun 1978 in the Watertown Daily Times of Watertown, Jefferson,
NY, as follows: "D. L. Klock, War Veteran, Dies at 53. Star
Lake -- Donald Lewis Klock, 53, a World War II veteran, died of a heart attack
Sunday morning at his home in Star Lake.
"The funeral, with military service, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at
the French Funeral Home, Edwards, with Rev. Stanley Brown, pastor of the First
Methodist Church in Gouverneur, officiating.
"Calling hours at the funeral home will be this afternoon and tonight
and Tuesday afternoon and evening.
"Surviving are his wife, Edith F.; a son, Floyd, Cranberry Lake; three
brothers, Morris, Balmat, Frederick, Philadelphia, and Franklin, Theresa, and
six sisters, Mrs. Howard (Lucinda) Dennee, Mrs. Robert (Zelphia) McIntosh. and
Mrs. Allen (Martha) Pedroza, Gouverneur, Mrs. Sterling (Ordetta) Sharpe and Mrs.
Everett (Beverly) Sharpe, both of Madrid, and Mrs. David (Francis) Dudley, Auburn.
"A total of three brothers and two sisters died before Mr. Klock.
"He was born May 24, 1925 in the town of DeKalb and Potsdam. He married
the former Edith French in 1946.
"Mr. Klock served with the Marines from 1942 to February 1946, receiving
wounds in Okinawa.
"He was employed by Jones & Laughlin at Benson Mines for 32 years.
He was named foreman 12 years ago.
"He was a member of Gouverneur's Silas Wainwright V.F.W. Post 6338,
Mervin Eno Post 1539, American Legion, Benson Mines, Sixth Marine Division Association,
40 & 8 Post, Benson Mines, and the IOOB, Harrisville."
Klock and Edith French were married on 14 Jun 1945.
Lewis Klock and Lucy Mullen were married.
Donald Lewis Klock and Lucy Mullen had the following children: