Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Friday, April 26, 1929
Charles Nixon Passes On
Pioneer Central Idaho Resident Victim of Heart Attack.
Charles Nixon, 66, for almost 40 years a resident of the central-Idaho region, and until a few years ago engaged in farming near Cavendish, passed away at his home, 0313 Sixth street, yesterday afternoon from a heart attack, brought on by chronic asthma, with which he had long suffered.
He had been confined to his home for several days and, on Wednesday, neighbors saw that his condition was serious. He expired just at a time when arrangements were being perfected to move him to a hospital. During his residence in Lewiston, Mr. Nixon had been engaged in odd jobs and at one time was in charge of the city's dumping ground.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Joseph Terteling, of Moscow, and two brothers, Sidney Nixon and Wesley Nixon, whose addresses could not be learned.
Funeral services will be held at the Brower-Wann chapel at 3 o'clock this afternoon, burial to be in Normal Hill cemetery.