Isaiah K. Stover dies here Tuesday; burial is in Ohio
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Apr 1928, p. 6
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Isaiah Kell Stover, head of the Stover company, distributors of electrical refrigeration products, died at his home, 1044 Ashland avenue, Wilmette, Tuesday, April 24, following a lingering illness. The cause of his death was lymphatic leukemia.
Funeral services were conducted from St. Augustine's Episcopal church yesterday afternoon, Dr. Hubert Carleton officiating. Burial will be at Troy Grove, Ohio, this afternoon.
Mr. Stover, who was 49 years of age, had been in failing health for several years and returned only last week from Palm Beach, Fla., where he had gone because of his health. He was feeling somewhat better but became seriously ill suddenly on Saturday night.
Mr. Stover came to Wilmette about nine years ago and enjoyed a wide acquaintance throughout the north shore. He was a member of the Lake Shore Athletic club, the Skokie Country club, the North Shore Golf club, the Skyline club and the Chicago Association of Commerce. He was a former vestryman and an intensely active member of St. Augustine's church.
Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Adelaide Stover; a daughter, Elizabeth; a son, William Henry; his brothers, Byran A., Thomas B., and C. H. Stover, and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Wright and Mrs. Berkeley Henderson.
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- 27 Apr 1928
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- Carleton, Hubert ; Henderson, Berkeley Mrs. ; Stover, Adelaide ; Stover, Byran ; Stover, C. H. ; Stover, Elizabeth ; Stover, Isaiah ; Stover, Thomas ; Stover, William ; Wright, Margaret
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