Thomas A. (1879 - 1921)
Surnames CATLIN GARVIN HUTCHINS
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 06/02/1921
Catlin, Thomas A. (11 DEC 1879 - 26 MAY 1921)
Thomas A. Catlin was born in Calumet Co., Wis., Dec. 11, 1879 and died at his home northeast of Loyal, Clark County, Wis. on Thursday morning, May 26th at the age of 41 years.
He came to Clark Co. with his parents when very young and has lived the most of his life in this section of the country, where he was well known. On Dec. 4, 1907, he was married to Miss Meda Garvin and to this union were born three children, Garvin, Valda and Gerald. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Jane Catlin, three brothers: Will of Loyal, Frank of the town of Unity, Otto of Stevens Point, one sister, Mrs. Clarence Hutchins of the town of Unity, besides other relatives and a large number of friends who mourn his untimely death in the prime of life. In his death the community has lost a valuable citizen and the family a kind husband and father.
He was a member of the M. W. A. of the Loyal Camp. Many members attended in a body, as well as members from the Spencer, Greenwood and York Camps, and conducted the services at the grave.
The funeral service was held on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the M. W. A. Hall and was largely attended by relatives and friends, Rev. Wilson Mallory officiating.
The following acted as pallbearers, H. E. Brown, Lawrence Bowman, H. Haslett, R. K. Stevens, A. J. Sayles and Oscar Hutchins.
The whole community extends its heartfelt sympathy to the grief stricken family.
Those from away who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Catlin of Stevens Point, Mrs. Pickle and daughter of Antigo, Mr. and Mrs. Algie Pickle of Wausau, Mrs. R. V. Cole and daughter of West Bend, Mrs. Clark Davis of Cedarburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchins and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Catlin of the town of Unity, Mr. and Mrs. Salter of Unity.
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