Cyphers, Lena (LeBar) (June 26, 1876 - October 28, 1923)
Mrs. Fred Cyphers Dies in Denver
Douglas Budget - November 1, 1923Mrs. Fred Cyphers, former resident of this city, died at St. Joseph's hospital in Denver Sunday morning. She had been ill for nearly two years and her life has long been despaired of.
Lena LeBar was born at Shawnee, Pa., June 26, 1876, the daughter of Hiram and Elizabeth LeBar. She was married there on June 29, 1904, to Fred L. Cyphers, coming with her husband to Wyoming in 1908 and locating in Douglas. They lived here for eight years, moving in 1916 to Arizona and later making their home in Denver.
Besides her husband she is survived by five brothers, John D., Paul and Carl LeBar of Douglas, Frank LeBar of Stroudsburg, Pa., and Harry LeBar of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Alma Michaels of Stroudsburg, Pa., and Mrs. Thomas J. Kelley of Pittsfield, Mass.
Accompanied by her husband the body was brought to Douglas Tuesday morning and funeral services were held that afternoon from the Congregational church, of which she was a member, Rev. R.E. Hankin officiating. The members of the Eastern Star attended in a body and many of the friends she had made during her life here were present. Burial was in Douglas cemetery.