The Pullman Herald|
Pullman, Washington, Friday, Jan. 7, 1910
Death of Mrs. Bromley
Mrs. Bromley, wife of Jose Bromley, for several years a resident of Pullman, and former manager of the Artesian and later the Alton hotel, died suddenly at Lewiston, Idaho, last Friday evening. Mrs. Bromley had been sick but two days, with pneumonia, and her death was entirely unexpected.
The body was brought to Pullman Saturday evening and the funeral was held from Palmerton's undertaking parlors Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The local circle of Women of Woodcraft, of which Mrs. Bromley had been a member for several years, had charge of the funeral arrangements. Interment was in the Woodmen cemetery, south of town. Rev. Dr. W. G. M. Hays, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, preached the funeral sermon.
Mrs. Bromley was 43 years old, April 25, 1909. She leaves a husband and one daughter, Bina, age 12 years, in whose favor she carried $1,000 insurance in the circle. Her sudden death causes much genuine regret in Pullman, where she had many friends.
[Buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Pullman, WA. View her Find-A-Grave memorial]