Clipped From Journal and Courier
i LEANDER KOHL DIES SUDDENLY AT HIS HOME Complains of Feeling III and Dies Hour Later; Was ; Veteran Monon Employee. Leander J. Kohl, blacksmith foreman at the Monon railroad shops in this city, one of the old est and best known employes - cf that establishment, Hied suddenly at 5:15 o'clock Thursday evening at his home, 1729 Perrine street, of angina pectoris. Mr. Kohl, whose term of service with the Monon covered a period of nearly 40 years, completed his day's- day's- work Thursday 'afternoon, going home at 4 o clock. He had complained of a pain in the shoulder and when he arrived home he went to bed. An hour later he was dead. ' Born In" New Albany C4' year's ago, Mr. Kohl entered the employ of the railroad at the age of 25. The shops were then at New Albany. Albany. Twenty-eight Twenty-eight Twenty-eight years ago, when they were moved to this city, he came here to take up his residence. He was a popular foreman foreman and was held in high esteem by all who knew him, the news of his sudden death being received with sincere sorrow. About a year ago he was In jured in an automobile accident in West Lafayette and he had never been In good health since that time, although he worked ' regu larly. Mr. Kohl was a member of Brown Street M. E. church, tha Knights . of Pythias' and the 'Master 'Master Blacksmiths association. He is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mrs. Samuel Flack; one son, Edward J. Kohl, and a granddaughter, Margaret Flack. Funeral services will be con ducted from the residence at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Rev. J. C. Guenther of the Brown Street Methodist church will officiate. officiate. Interment In SpringvaU cemetery.