Shawano County Journal

Thurs 5 Oct 1916

Paul C. Anderson went to Minneapolis Monday to attend the funeral of Louis Bullock, son of Mrs. Mary Bullock, a former resident of this city and a sister of Mrs. Anderson.  Louis was born in this city and his parents will be remembered by many here.  Mr. Anderson will visit in Minneapolis several days before his return.

Shawano County Journal

Thurs 12 Oct 1916

 

Louis Bullock Passes Away

Was Young Man of High Ideals, Had Excellent Future before Him

Paul Anderson returned Monday from Minneapolis, where he had been to attend the funeral of his nephew, Louis J Bullock, son of Mrs. Mary Bullock, who was formerly a resident of this city where the deceased was born.  We are indebted to Mr. Anderson for the following write-up of the young manís life, and the particulars of his death:

Louis J Bullock was 22 years of age, a young man with high ideals and an excellent future before him.  He was head of the Minneapolis City Hospital Ambulance Corps for three years, but more recently was the trusted employee of C.F. Cranie, a Minneapolis Millionaire, and business man.  Mr. Bullockís death was very sudden, his illness baffling the skill of the Flour Cityís most talented specialists, who, upon postmortem examination, found his death to have been caused by acute yellow atrophy of the liver.  His funeral was held from the St. Johnís English Lutheran Church, with interment in Crystal Lake Cemetery.  Mr. Bullock leaves to mourn his death, his mother, Mrs. Mary Bullock, two sisters, Mrs. N.J. Miller and Mrs. A.M... Bredesen, and two brothers, Theodore N and R. Bullock, and a host of friends who join in extending deepest sympathy to the bereaved.