Friday, November 23, 1928|
Idaho Pioneer Of 1875 Expires
J. M. Fix of Lewiston, Vollmer's Cousin Succumbs in Spokane.
John M. Fix, 81, pioneer business man of Lewiston, idaho, died Wednesday at his temporary home here in the Tokyo apartments. He had been in Spokane five weeks.
Mr. Fix, who had served three years in the Civil war, went to Lewiston from Louisville, Ky., in 1875, and for a number of years was associated in business at Lewiston with his cousin, John P. Vollmer. Later he engaged in business for himself, but had been retired several years. He was a director of the First National bank of Lewiston at the time of his death.
He is survived by his widow, Ella A., temporarily residing in Spokane; four sons, John Penn Fix of Spokane, William H. and Lynwood W., of Seattle, and Carl Blissent of Los Angeles; three grandsons, John Penn Fix, Jr. and George Dodson Fix of Spokane, and William H. Fix Jr. of Seattle.