Clipped From The Chilliwack Progress
Mrs. Emilie Liesch Funeral service was held jester-1 jester-1 jester-1 day in the Mennonite Brethren j church, Greendale, for Mrs. Emilie Liesch, C41 Hopedale road, Sardis. who had moved to this district but a few months ago. She died last Fridny in Chilliwack General hos- hos- assist-pital in her 82nd year. Mrs. Liesch was born in Russia j where she married her husband,' the late Fred Liesch. She had lived j for a number of years in California j before moving to Vancouver here Breth-she stayed for five years She mov-! mov-! mov-! ed to Sardis seven months ago. j Mrs. Liesch is survived by a resi-brother. Ludwig Schaak of Abbots-1 Abbots-1 Abbots-1 ford; seven sons, Ed Liesch and j Gus Liesch of California, Henry Liesch of Manitoba, Dave Liesch of Vancouver Island, Fred Liesch, Jack Liesch and Herman Liesch, all of Vancouver; three daughters, Mrs. Peter Wiebe and Mrs. Henry Ewert of California, and Mrs. P. H. Epp of Sardis; 40 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Service was conducted by Rev. H. Dueck, assisted by Rev. J. J. Thiessen and missionary H. Klas-sen Klas-sen Klas-sen of Vancouver.. Pallbearers were J. Dyck, N. Siebert, H. Hooge, C. Bergman, I. Bergen and J. Enns. Burial was in the IOOF cemetery. cemetery.