Lifelong Resident Of Dunlap Died Suddenly Friday
Friends of Lee McKee of Dunlap were shocked when they learned of his
sudden death, which occurred last Friday night in his home.
services were held in the Bouton Memorial home in Princeville Monday
afternoon with Rev. James J. Gross of the Methodist church officiating.
Burial was in Prospect cemetery in Dunlap. Pallbearers were William
Seiple, Norvin Fox, John Morris, and Edward, Bernard and Donald Gratton.
Jacob Lee McKee, youngest son of James W. and Mary Rife McKee was
born near Dunlap October 23, 1886. He spent his entire life in this
vicinity. March 10, 1914 he was united in marriage to Annie Carlile.
They spent their entire married life in the farm on which he passed
He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Melba
Heathman of Peoria; and two granddaughters, Mary Ruth and Sharon Sue
Heathman of Peoria; one sister, Mrs. Bertha Wilson of Toulon; and two
brothers, John McKee of Fairfield, Ia., and Lawrence McKee of Davenport,
Relatives attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. John
McKee of Fairfield, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McKee and Mr. and Mrs.
Loren McKee of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
White, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Obery and Mrs. Sherman White of Toulon, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry McKee and son of Delavan, Mrs. Everette Hageman of
Fairview, Mrs. Effie Sonba, son, daughter and grandson of Pekin and Mr.
and Mrs. George Carlile of Farina.