Urbana Daily Citizen
22 August 1945
Charles Alex Anderson, 52, died at 11 pm Tuesday of a heart attack in his residence in St. Paris. Mr. Anderson, who had been blind for the past twelve years, was employed by the Grimes Manufacturing Company in Urbana. Surviving are the widow, Ruth; one son, Charles M. Anderson, of the US Navy; a daughter, Barbara Joan, at home; one brother, James, of Piqua, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Mouk of Sidney. The body was removed to the Bert Richeson Funeral Home in St. Paris where services are to be held at 2 pm Saturday. Burial will not be made in Fletcher Cemetery until word is received from the son.
Sidney Daily News
23 August 1945
Funeral services for Charles Alexander Anderson, 52, of St. Paris, a native of Shelby county, are to be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the Richeson funeral home in St. Paris. Announcement of his passing is a distinct shock as he had apparently been in his usual health until stricken at 11 o'clock Tuesday night and death came suddenly and unexpectedly. Born in Shelby county on April 28, 1893, he was a son of William H. and Mary Moore Anderson. He had been an employee of the Grimes Manufacturing company in Urbana. For the past 14 years he had been blind. Mrs. Charles Mouk, of Sidney, is a sister of the deceased. Surviving with his wife, Mrs. Ruth Allen Anderson, is a son Charles M. with the U S Navy located in New Caledonia at the present time; a daughter Barbara Joan, at home, his sister, Mrs. Mouk, of Sidney, and a brother, James Anderson, Piqua. The burial will be made in the Fletcher cemetery after the arrival of the son.
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