Isler, John 1888-unknown Sidney NY Obituary
John Isler of Sidney Dies
Sidney---John Isler, 2 Union, died at his home Sunday at 6:20 am after an illness of three weeks, part of which time he was a patient in Sidney hospital, receiving treatment for a heart ailment. Friends may call at Carr-Landers funeral parlors Monday after 5 pm. Funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 in Hoboken, N. J, where ceremonies will take place.
Mr. Isler was born in Hoboken May 21, 1888. Coming to Sidney several years ago, he was at one time employed in the Kayser silk mill. About 23 years ago, he returned to Hoboken where he resided in that city and Westwood, N. J., until four years ago, when he came back to Sidney to work as an accountant at Scintilla.
Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Anna R. C. Kleen; two sons, Corp. Edward Isler, in England, and Robert Isler, a teacher in Lyons Falls; three sisters, Mrs. Ralph N. Herring, and Miss Anna Isler, New York, and Mrs. John Thornton, Sidney; and a granddaughter. Many friends extend sympathy to the family.
Transcribed from a scrapbook in the Mary Boice Gale Collection