28 Aug 1932
Thomas Belfeuil Claimed Very Suddenly Sun.
Drops Dead While Working Over Automobile
Thomas Belfueil, 63, dropped dead while working over his automobile Sunday at his home in the town of Red Springs. Heart failure resulting from high blood pressure is believed to have caused his death.
Mr. Belfueil was born at Montreal, Canada March 9,1869 and came to Red Springs in 1912. Since then he has lived there. He never married but made his home with his brother Fred.
Surviving are five sisters, Mrs. E. Davids, Sacramento, California; Mrs. H. Stach, Oshkosh; Mrs. T. Clark, Red Granite; Mrs. R. Oatman, Omro; Mrs. J. Kensler, Minnesota; and three brothers, Fred, Red Springs; Adolph, Seneca; and Ernest of Hurley.
Funeral services were held yesterday at the Catholic Church with Father Grill officiating and burial took place at the Red Springs cemetery.