Homer Everett Lemmon, was born February 3, 1880 on a farm near Jamestown,
Indiana, and died March 20, 1943 at his home in Fremont.

With the exception of about three years in the west his whole life was spent
in and near Fremont.

At the age of 23 he was stricken with rheumatism which left him crippled for
the balance of his life.

He was a member of the Christian Church and an earnest Christian, and his
Bible was his constant companion.  His patience and kindness were best known
to those who ministered to him during his years of suffering.  As one said,
"I came in thinking to cheer him and came away cheered myself."

He leaves four sisters, Mrs. Edith Stoddard of Rising City, Neb., Mrs.
Evelyn Keys of Powhatan Pointe, Ohio, Mrs. Elda Seeley of Hillsdale, Mich.,
and Ella of Fremont, one brother. W.S. Lemmon of Madera, Calif., and many
more distant relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev
J.S. Clayton of the local Evangelical Church.  Interment in the Jamestown

Card of Thanks.
The borthers and sisters of Homer E. Lemmon wish to express their most
heartfelt thanks to the many friends who did so much to lighten the sorrow
of our great loss.  The kind words of Rev. J.S. Clayton and singing by Mrs.
Clayton, to Mr. and Mrs. Beams for their kindly services, for the lovely
flower and every expression of kindness.
Ella M. Lemmon
W.S. Lemmon and family
Mrs. Elda Seeley and family
Mrs. Edith Stoddar and family
Mrs. Evelyn Keys and family.

Death of Homer Lemmon.
Homer E. Lemmon, 63, died Saturday evening at his home here.  Mr. Lemmon had
been badly crippled with rheumatism for many years and confined to a wheel
chair.  Surviving are four sisters and one brother.

Services were held Tuesday afternoon from the residence with Rev. J.S.
Clayton officiating.  interment in the Jamestown cemetery.  Arrangements
were in charge of the Beams funeral service.

Submitted By: Dave Martin
Email: davemartin38@msn.com