Fred W. Bremer, 69, of Goldfield, Nev., died Saturday [Nov. 2, 1963] in Long Beach, Calif., after a three-week illness.
Mr. Bremer was born Sept. 15, 1894, in Ogden, a son of Fred J. and Eliza Bremer. He was married to Jennie VanLeeuwen. She later died.
He had resided in Goldfield for the past 35 years. He was a member of the LDS Church.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Clyde Bremer, Goldfield; the following sons: Carl, Robert, Gilbert and Frederick Bremer, all of Los Angeles; his mother of Ogden, three sisters, Mrs. Charlotte Briney, Ogden; Mrs. Margaret Noble, Folsom, Calif.; Mrs. Gertrude Peake, Vallejo, Calif.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday [Nov. 6, 1963] at 3 p.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn with Clyde S. Wade of the Fourth Ward bishopric conducting. Friends may call at the chapel Wednesday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Ogden City Cemetery.
Source: Ogden standard-examiner (Ogden, Utah). Vol. 76, no. 309 (Nov. 4, 1963), sec. B, p. 7, Obituaries. Fred W. Bremer.
Fred William Bremer, 69, former justice of the peace in Goldfield and a long time Esmeralda county businessman, died Saturday, Nov. 2 , in the memorial hospital in Long Beach, Calif. after emergency surgery. Last rites were held in Ogden, Utah with interment in the family plot there.
A native of Utah where he was born Sept. 15, 1894, Bremer had followed mining throughout his lifetime and held a number of claims in the Goldfield area at the time of his death.
Owner and operator of the Santa Fe Club for 15 years, he was earlier employed by the Goldfield hotel for some time. He enjoyed a wide popularity and his many friends never failed to stop while passing through Goldfield. He was a member of the Elks lodge and was a frequent visitor to local meetings.
He is survived by his wife, Clyde, in Goldfield and his mother, Mrs. Eliza Perkins, three sisters, and six children, including four sons and two daughters, all of whom reside in California with one exception.
Source: Tonopah times-bonanza and Goldfield news (Tonopah, Nev.). 1963 Nov. 22, sec. , p. , 8, Fred W. Bremer passes in Calif.