Casebolt, William Homer (April 30, 1891 - August 2, 1952)
Homer Casebolt Dies Of Heart
Unknown - August 7, 1952William Homer Casebolt, 61, Orin farmer and former railroad employee, died of a heart attack Saturday morning while he was haulig hay. Mr. Casebolt went to the field with his pickup truck about 9 to get a load of hay. When he did not return by noon, his wife went to see why he had been delayed. She found him on the ground beside his load of hay. She ran to a neighbor's house and got Henry Johnson, who went back with her to the hay field. Mr. Casebolt was dead. Coroner Cecil Stark later estimated that he had been dead approximately three hours when his wife found his body.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Stark's chapel with Rev. Kenneth Moore officiating. Burial was in Douglas Park cemetery.
William Homer Casebolt was born April 30, 1891, near Bethany, Mo. He left his home in Bethany in 1922 and went to Casper, where he lived until he moved to Glenrock in 1942.
While at Glenrock he was employed by the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad.
Survivors include his wife Edith; two daughters, Mrs. Gilbertson of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Ruth Knight of Casper; two sons, Avery and Bill of Alaska; a step-daughter, Mrs. Clark E. Shinn, and a step-son, Miller B. Casebolt; three brothers, Emmill of Evansville, Wyo., Fred and Bert living in Missouri.