- Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Dec 1921, p. 1
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Funeral services for Charles W. Lasher, 124 Laurel Avenue, who passed away suddenly Saturday afternoon, November 26, were held from the residence Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Mr. Lasher passed away shortly after he had left an elevated train at the Linden avenue terminal station. Mr. Lasher was 76 years of age and came to Chicago as a boy from New York state. He was for many years a prominent resident of Evanston, coming to Wilmette a few years ago. He was affiliated with the First Church of Christ Scientist at Evanston, and at one time served on its board of directors. He is survived by the widow and four children, Charles W. Lasher, Jr., Clayton Sanford Lasher, and Miss Ruth Lasher of Wilmette and Mrs. Herbert Boice of La Grange.
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- Funeral services for Charles W. Lasher, 76, 124 Laurel avenue, were held from the residence Tuesday afternoon. He died suddenly on Saturday, November 26, shortly after leaving the elevated train at the LInden Avenue terminal station.
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- 2 Dec 1921
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- Lasher, Charles
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