Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Tuesday, February 11, 1936
Carl C. Petersen Dies At Hospital
Auditor of Camas Prairie Railway Passes Away From Heart Disease; Wife and Daughter Survive.
Carl C. Petersen, 50, for eight years auditor of the Camas Prairie railroad and well known in rail circles of the northwest, passed away at St. Joseph's hospital at 7 o'clock last night from heart disease. Mr. Petersen's health had not been good for several months but he remained at his work. He was taken to the hospital Sunday in a critical condition.
A native of Denmark, he came to the United States at an early age. For about 18 years he made his home in Portland and at the time he was promoted and came to Lewiston he had been employed in an important capacity by the Spokane, Portland & Seattle railroad.
Scottish Rite Mason
Mr. Petersen resided with his wife and daughter, Helen, who survive, at 1305 Eleventh avenue. He was a member of the Scottish rite of Masonry.
The body is resting at the Brower-Wann chapel. Funeral arrangements have not bee made.