MRS. CARL FLOTO
EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
DEC. 1, 1919
MRS. CARL FLOTO DIES SUDDENLY
Local Woman Dies in Office of East Liverpool Physician
Leaving the home of Mrs. Chal Peterson in College street, where she viewed the body of a friend, Mrs. Wilhelmina Crouch, whose death occurred Saturday afternoon, MRS. CARL FLOTO, aged 65,(b. Oct. 1, 1864) of Wellsville, was suddenly stricken with heart trouble at the corner of Fifth and College streets a few steps away.
Relatives assisted her into the office of Dr. O. D. Shay, nearby, where she died at 8:30 o’clock–five minutes later. The body was brought to Wellsville an hour later and prepared for burial a the MacLean morgue in Main street. It was taken last night to the late home in Third street.
The deceased was well known in Wellsville. Surviving besides her husband are two brothers, Joseph and Frank Geisse; two sister, Mrs. Bertha Porter and Mrs. John Donahue’ two sons, George and Louis/Noble, and four daughters, Mrs. William Mort and Mrs. Walter Habering and the Misses Myrtle and Ruth Noble, all of Wellsville.
Arrangements for the funeral had not been perfected last night.