REINHOLD WILLIAM HORN
DOB: February 20, 1898
Crete, IL USA
DOD: January 20, 1943
Chicago Heights, IL USA
St. James Hospital
Son of Charles F. Horn and Caroline F. (Kappmeyer) Horn
Brother to: Clara (Joseph A. Hager), Charles F. (Mae Howell), Walter L. (Lillian Bourg), Elsie (Robert Groeneveld), Herbert Paul, Leona, Arthur H, Vernon R. (Helen M. Howland) Horn
FUNERAL ON SUNDAY FOR REINHOLD HORN
Reinhold W. Horn, 45 of Holbrook Road, died Wednesday evening at St. James Hospital after an illness that had been critical for only a few days.
The remains will lie in state at the Spindler-Koelling chapel today and tomorrow, preceding burial at 1:30 o’clock Sunday afternoon. The Rev. C.A. Waech, of Crete, will conduct the service, and interment will be made in the Beecher Mausoleum.
Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. J.A. Hager, of Crete, and Mrs. R.D. Groeneveld, of Joliet; and three brothers – Charles, of Chicago Heights; Arthur, of Crete; and Vernon, of Coffeyville, Kan.
FORMER CRETE RESIDENT BURIED IN MAUSOLEUM
Reinhold W. Horn of Holbrook, Ill., native of Crete, passed away, Wednesday night, at the St. James Hospital in Chicago Heights and was laid at rest in the Beecher Mausoleum after funeral rites in the Spindler-Koelling Chapel, Chicago Heights, Sunday afternoon.
Reinhold W. Horn was born in Crete, Ill. February 20, 1989, and was well known in the Beecher area. He was a graduate of Bloom High School and attended the University of Illinois. He had been employed at the Pullman plant in Chicago.
Survivors are Mrs. J. A. Hager of Crete, Charles F. Horn of Chicago Heights, Mrs. R.D. Groeneveld of Joliet, Arthur of Crete and Vernon of Coffeyville, Kas., brothers and sisters.
Vandalism to the Horn family compartment 1988-1994
Reinhold’s family members also resting in the mausoleum are: