Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Sat., Mar. 15, 1947
Otto Aichlmayr Dead; Was Pioneer Of Area
Otto Aichlmayr, 65, resident of central Idaho for more than 50 years, died at St. Joseph's hospital at 1:40 p.m. yesterday from the effects of a stroke suffered earlier this month, which brought on a heart condition.
A native of Germany, born Aug. 12, 1881, he came to the United States with his parents when young. The family located on Camas prairie in the vicinity of Cottonwood. Five years ago he moved here with his family. He followed the trade of painting. The Aichlmayr home is at 1513 14th Ave.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary Aichlmayr; five sons and four daughters; Hubert Aichlmayr, San Francisco; William Aichlmayr, Honolulu; Norbert Aichlmayr, United States army; Frederick Aichlmayr, Gregory Aichlmayr, Margaret Aichlmayr, Anna Marie Aichlmayr, all at home; Mrs. Dick Lavender, Pullman, and Mrs. W. J. Mock, Vallejo, Calif.; two brothers, John Aichlmayr, living in Texas; Tony Aichlmayr, Spokane; Mrs. Betty Voihl, Portland, and two grandchildren.
The body is at Vassar-Rawls chapel with funeral arrangements pending.