Bolln, Beverly Frances (Gorman) (January 30, 1916 - August 25, 1956)
Mrs. Bolln Tuesday
Unknown - August 30, 1956The community was shocked and saddened last Saturday by the untimely death of Mrs. Otto Bolln, 40, who passed away suddenly after an illness of several hours in Memorial hospital. Mrs. Bolln became ill during the night, complaining that it was difficult for her to breath. She was taken to the hospital about 2:00 a.m. Saturday morning where she succumbed a few hours later.
A rosary service was held Monday evening at Stark's chapel and funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at St. James Catholic Church with Father Martin Collet officiating. Interment was in Douglas Park cemetery.
Beverly Frances Bolln was born January 30, 1916, at Goldfield, Colo., the daughter of Frank and Pearle Gorman. She moved with her family to Casper when but a young girl and made her home there until her marriage to Otto Bolln on June 11, 1941. Since that time she had resided here.
Surviving are her husband and two children, Ann 12 and F. Otto 14, of the family home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gorman of Casper, and a sister, Mrs. Mabel Morgan of Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Bolln was a member of St. James Catholic church, and was long active in Girl Scout and youth work to which she devoted a great deal of time.
Pallbearers were Al Clough, John Nida, Bill Gentle, Bill Oak, Adam Petranovich, and Henry Turner.