Mose Fuchs Is Taken By Death Here At Age 83
Mose Fuchs, 83, a resident of Baker since the age of 16, died here last night at his home, 2310 Church Street. Mr. Fuchs was born Jan. 3 1865, in Baden, Germany. He had 10 brothers and one sister.
He worked in the former Heilner-Ottenheimer store before building a swimming pool on the old east side golf course in 1901. He operated the swimming pool until it burned in 1913. In 1912 he and his brother Isidore, began the Sam-O-Springs bottling works.
Mr. Fuchs had been interested in mining. He is a charter member and a past exalted ruler of the Elks lodge in Baker.
Survivors include his widow, Hannah, of Baker; a daughter, Mrs. G. S. Levy; two grandsons, Milton and Louis Levy; and two great grandsons, David and Robert.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 Monday morning under the auspices of the Elks lodge. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Arrangements are by West and Company.
Baker Democrat Herald
June 11, 1948 pg. 1 col 4 and page 5 col 3 bottom
Mose Fuchs died June 10, 1948
Contrubuted by: Diane Levy Salmon