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Transcribed from the Altoona Mirror May 28, 1918


Remains of Howard Loucks Brought From Fort Leavenworth to Altoona.

                The remains of Private Howard Loucks, a member of the infantry unit stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., who died on Saturday of empyema, following pneumonia, arrived in Altoona early this morning,accompanied by a Sergeant in the company.

                 Loucks, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loucks of 2811 Oak avenue, will be buried on Friday afternoon at 1 o’clock from the family residence. Rev. J. B. Stein of the First Methodist church will have charge. The remains were taken to the home this morning and can be viewed at any time. Interment will be made in the Rose Hill cemetery.

Death of Private Howard Loucks Altoona PA WWI

Keywords/Tags: Howard Loucks, Harry Loucks , Rev. J. B. Stein , infantry, WWI, Fort Leavenworth, Rose Hill cemetery, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania