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a. Note:   Obituary dated Wed. April 16, 1952: Carl W. (Pete) Diedrick, 56, 1414 Campbell St., yard conductor for NYC RR died unexpected (suicide) Wed., at family home. A WW1 veteran, Mr. Diedrick served with 17th field Artillery, 2md Division. He was a member of Switchmen's Union #57, Lowel C. Hane Post 2529, Veteran of Foreign Wars. Surviving are his widow, the former Maude Appeman, a dau. Mrs. Quentin (Mary) Coxon, Casa Grande, Arizona; a brother Andrew J., Sandusky, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Jay W. Carroll, Miss Tillie Diedrick. Services Chas. J. Andres Home. Burial Oakland Cemetery., Rev. C. J. Dobmeyer Offis. Pallbearers: Harold Puckey, Dale Armentrout, James and Paul Carroll, Louis Bankert, Gay Rish.


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