From the Chatsworth Plaindealer
MRS. JOHN Q. (EMMA) PUFFER
OCTOBER 7, 1943
Mrs. John Q. (Emma) Puffer, died in Los Angeles, California suddenly Saturday evening, Sept. 25. She had suffered from high blood pressure but not to an alarming extent.
Funeral services were conducted Thursday, Sept. 30 from the Reed Mortuary, in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Puffer resided in Chatsworth when a young lady. Rev. Father J.P. Wingert, was pastor of a local church. She then moved to Chicago where she and Mr. Puffer were married Feb. 15, 1894.
They made their home on a farm west of Chatsworth, later moving into Chatsworth, where Mr. Puffer was in the Grain Elevator business. They then moved to Chicago, making their home for some time, and in 1916 went to California, where they have since resided.
Mr. Puffer passed away April 26, 1937.
Children born to this union were a son, Alfred, who passed on in childhood, and two daughters, Mrs. Eva Kerr, now of Roxborough, Penn., and Mrs. Vera Fern Wallace, of Los Angeles, Calif. Three grandchildren, Bobby Jim, Janet and Joan Kerr, of Roxborough, Penn., also survive.
Mrs. Puffer was 73 years of age.
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