From The Ogden Standard-Examiner, Monday evening, January 24, 1949:
Leon L. Clausse
Leon L. Clausse, 51, of 433 Second, died Sunday at five p. m. at the family home of a heart attack.
Mr. Clausse was born in Ogden, April 27, 1897, a son of Joseph E. and Pauline Mary Stern Clausse.
He had recently been employed at Ogden arsenal as superintendent of supplies. At one time he was a deputy sheriff, Weber county.
On June 30, 1920 he married Marie Childs.
He was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic church and affiliated with the American Legion. His civic activities included the promoting of polio fund campaigns.
Surviving are his widow, Ogden, and the following sons and daughters: John L., Roscoe E. and Orlon V. Clausse and Mrs. marian Chase, Ogden; a grandchild and the following brother and sisters: Joseph J. Clausse, Mrs. Edith Doyle and Mrs. Stella West, Ogden.
Funeral plans are being made by the mortuary, 3408 Washington.
Source: “The Ogden Standard-Examiner”, 24 Jan 1949, p. 12; digital image online at Ancestry.com <www.ancestry.com>.
(Leon L. Clausse is my great-grandfather’s younger brother.)