Newspaper Clippings for
loose obituary, source unknown about 8 December 1969
Dr. William G. Bauman
Doctor William G. Bauman, 56, Owens Road, Freemont Township died
Sunday, December 8 at home after a 2 year illness.
He was born in Waukegan, December 18, 1911, residing in Millburne.
He also resided in Barrington for 25 years before making his home
in Fremont Township the past 2 years.
Mr. Bauman was a member of Millburn Congregational Church. He
attended Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where he received
his D.V.M. in 1941. He has been a veterinarian at International
Stock Yards in Chicago for 17 years. He was a Doctor of
Veterinarian medicine for 25 years in Barrington and the Lake
He was preceded in death by 1 brother. Survivors include his
widow Goenne Killey, his mother Mrs. Anna Bauman, 1 brother Milton
Bauman, 4 sisters, Mrs. Eric (Alice) Anderson, Mrs. Kenneth
(Bernice) Denman, Mrs. Howard (Mildred) Bonner, all of Millburn,
Mrs. William (Helen) Ferry of Grosse Point Woods, Michigan.
Private funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Strang
Funeral Chapel, 411 E. Belvidere St., Grayslake, with Rev. L. H.
Messersmith officiating. Interment will be at the Millburn
Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 5 PM Tuesday only.
from a loose clipping, source unknown 27 December 1969
HEART ATTACK FATAL TO LELAND STRANG
Leland G. Strang, 87, of Antioch, died 4:15 p.m. Saturday, Dec.
7, 1969 at his residence, 1013 Main St. of a heart attack.
He was born Jan. 14, 1882 in Lake Villa Township, the son of
George E. and Emily (Hook) Strang pioneer Lake County
He had resided in Waukegan and Grayslake, before moving to
Sutherland, Iowa in 1909.
He moved to Antioch in 1912 when he purchased the funeral
business now known as Strang Funeral Home which he operated until
his retirement in 1950
The funeral home is now operated by his son Ed Strang.
Mr. Strang had been a member of Sequoit Masonic Lodge #827 A.F. &
A.M. for over fifty years. He had been one of the organizers of
the Antioch Fire Department. He married Elsie M. Schultz on May
16, 1911 at Sutherland, Iowa.
Survivors are his widow Elsie, three sons, Edmond R. of Antioch,
Howard G. of Arlington Heights; and Robert D. of Antioch; two
daughters, Mrs. Helen (Xavier) Schimmel of Arlington Heights;
Mrs. Doris (Forest) West of Kansas City, Kansas; one sister, Mrs.
Alice Washburn of Arlington Heights; 12 grandchildren and 3 great
grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister Flossie
Strang in 1912 and a brother Harold J. in 1961.