Lillian M. Rodee

(April 29, 1860-May 10, 1927)





Mrs. Lillian M. Rodee, 67, died at the home of Mrs. Leonard Klotz, Watertown, early last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Rodee had been in ill health for some time. She returned from St. Petersburg, Fla., where she had spent the winter, about a month ago. She was the widow of John Rodee, at one time a prominent merchant of this village.


Mrs. Rodee was born in Norwood on April 29, 1860, the daughter of James and Mrs. Matilda McWilliams Inman. She is survived by a niece, Mrs. Dennison Richmond of Syracuse, and one nephew, Arthur Tressel, also of Syracuse.


The funeral services were held from the home of Mrs. Leonard Klotz, Thursday morning at 10. The body was taken to Odgensburg for burial.


(From the Friday, May 27, 1927 edition of the Potsdam Herald-Recorder, page two; provided by Valerie Roulo)



This obituary was from the May 17, 1927 edition of the Canton Commercial Advertiser, courtesy of the Northern New York Library Network @