Frederick Joseph Bremer died at 10:30 o'clock Friday [Apr. 17, 1931] evening at his home, rear 464 Twenty-second street, after a seven weeks' illness. He was born in Germany, March 18, 1863, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bremer. He had lived in Ogden for 38 years. Surviving are the widow and the following sons and daughters: Frederick William Bremer of Los Angeles; Mrs. H. L. Nevelle, Sacramento, Valif. [sic]; Mrs. Jack Hatey [sic], South Weber; Mrs. Orson Braby and Mrs. Ed Heagle of Ogden. Twelve grandchildren also survive.
Larkin & Sons are in charge of funeral arrangements.
Source: Ogden standard-examiner (Ogden, Utah). 61st year, no. 274 (Apr. 18, 1931), p. , Frederick Joseph Bremer succumbs.
Services for Frederick Bremer were held Tuesday [Apr. 21, 1931] afternoon in Larkin & Sons' chapel, with Bishop E. T. Saunders presiding. The singers were Mrs. Mary Farley and Goldie Florence. The invocation was given by L. O. Sorensen and the benediction by E. A. Larkin. The speakers were Fred E. Williams, E. A. Larkin and Bishop Saunders. The grave in the Ogden City cemetery was dedicated by Thomas Braby. Members of Weber camp No. 74, W. O. W. attended in a body and gave their ritual at the graveside.
Source: Ogden standard-examiner (Ogden, Utah). 61st year, no. 278 (Apr. 22, 1931), p. 12, Funerals.