Rites indefinite for Widely known Frederick man who died Thursday Morning.
T. B. Yohe widely known and respected Frederick resident for many years, passed away at his home on North Second Street at 5 o'clock Thursday morning. Yohe, who had suffered with a heart ailment for some time, became ill while visiting last week in Gilmer, TX. and never fully recovered. His condition had not been considered serious, however, and news of his death came as a severe shock to his family and friends.
Funeral will be conducted by Elder J. C. Foster Friday afternoon at 4:30pm at the Church of Christ, of which Yohe had been an active and devout member for a greater part of his life.
Thomas Benjamin Yohe was born June 12, 1870, at Saint Jo, MO. and was married to Miss Lillian Maud Wade on July 7, 1895. To this union was born four children, Charles Yohe, of Gilmer, TX.; Roy C. Yohe of Frederick, OK.; Lewis C. Yohe, of Houston, TX; and Mrs. Don Pendleton of Oklahoma City, OK.
Other survivors include 19 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, one brother, Charles Yohe, of Junction City, CA.; and one sister, Mrs. Ellen Gibbs, of Los Angeles, CA.; and a half brother, Robert Yohe of Biloxi, MS.
Yohe became a member of the Church of Christ in 1909, and had lived a life of devoted to its teachings. He was a man of sterling qualities and was deeply devoted to his family.
For a quarter of a century Yohe was employed by the Simmons Gin Company, retiring from active life about three years ago. During his business career he had many staunch friends who will be saddened by news of his death.
Donna Womack (Granddaughter of T. B. Yohe)

Submitted by on November 24, 2001.