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Burgi Family Newspaper Articles - Not related to me
Posted by: kathleen marcucci (ID *****5914) Date: May 24, 2013 at 23:28:27
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I have the following articles that were posted in the Ogden-Standard Examiner on the following days that were sent to me with other stuff. I thought you may be interested in having this if you are searching for the Burgi or Cobia family of Ogden, Utah.

• TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1950 Page 5

Bank Files Suit
In Estate Case

First Security Bank of Utah, as the administrator of the estate of Alfred Burgi. filed suit in Second district court against Clyde; Burgi and Loree Burgi; husband and wife.

The bank asked the court to determine claims of the defendants to certain real and personal property which is declared by the bank as being the property of Alfred Burgi
at the time of his death.

The complaint said the bank had been appointed administrator of the estate by .the court and asked that the defendants surrender property, including a grocery business, an automobile and 'money on deposit amounting to $7,200

Alfred Burgi, 73,Taken by Death

Alfred (Fred) Burgi, 73, of 665 Twenty-second, Ogden merchant,died Thursday at three p. m. at the family home of a heart ailment.

He had been at his business establishment,Burgi Market, during Thursday morning and was stricken with the heart ail- ment while-resting after lunch.

Mr, Burgi was born at Midway,Summit county,Jan. 2, 1877, a son of Christian and Elizabeth Ann Grossen Burst.He attended Weber county schools and went into business in 1903 in
Ogden with his father-in-law, Anton Fronk, the firm;being known as Fronk & Burgi.
He was a member of the Woodmen of the World,
Moose lodge and Ogden Retail Merchants association.

On Aug. 2, 1902 . he married Jennie Fronk, They were later
separated and he married Mrs. Nell Barry of Salt Lake City, April 21,1948.

Surviving are his widow and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Conrad (Evelyn) Hooper, Mrs. John (Verness) Braunberger, Clyde Burgi, associated with his father in business, and Mrs. David (Irma) Milligan, Ogden; 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; two brothers, Samuel Burgi, Midway and George Burgi, Preston, Ida.

Services will be conducted Monday at one p. m. at the mortuary, Twenty-fourth at Adams, by Bishop David Foulger of the L.D.S. Sixth ward. .Burial will be In Ogden City cemetery.


Motorcycle Crash Kills Woman, 19

A Wyoming girl became Weber County's first fatality for 1974 today.

Donna R. Williams, 19, of New Castle, Wyo., died in St.Benedict's Hospital about 2 1/2 hours after being injured in a motorcycle accident in Ogden Canyon.

Driver of the motorcycle,Rick Dean VaNoy, 22, of 230 27th, was listed in "serious" condition.

Trooper B. D. Wilcox of the Utah Highway Patrol said the
motorcycle was struck by a car driven by Lionel Ray Kelley,
17, of 900 Ogden Canyon.

The cycle was traveling about 20 miles per hour in its
own lane when the west-bound automobile swerved over the
center line, sideswiping the other vehicle, Trooper Wilcox

Miss Williams' leg was caught by the car's fender, the officer added.

Another motorcycle accident Thursday injured Diana Bowles,
17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Norman Bowles, 32> N. 1600 W.,
Slaterville. She was treated and released at St. Benedict's Hospital.

A reared collision at about 8 p.m. injured Wiilard Adams. 52, and his wife, Delta, 44, of 2841 W. 5725 S. Roy. Both were treated and released at McKay-Dee Hospital.

Four teenagers escaped injuries when their automobiles
collided head-on near 2950; Tyler. Police identified the teenagers as Douglas Burgi, 17, of 1331 Rushton; his passenger,Kent Mitchell. 17, of 1072 24th;Jeffrey John Drury, 17, of 2540 Jackson; and his passenger, Victor Muchuca, 16 of 715 Belnap.

Ogden Standard-Examiner, Tuesday, March 4, 1975; Page 7B:


Steven B. Burgi
LAYTON — Steven Brent Burgi, 28, of 44s Fafrfield, formerly of Ogden, died Monday evening at the McKay Hospital, in Ogden of cancer.

He was born March 11, 1946, In Ogden,a son of Clyde A. and Loree" Cobia Surgi. He was msrried to Julie Thomason on
June 12, 1971, in Elko; Nev.

He had been an auto mechanic for the Martin Brothers Tire Center in Clearfield. He was a member of the East Layton
3rd LDS Ward and former member of the Ogden 6th Ward.

He was a member of the East Layton 3rd LDS Ward and former member of the Ogden 6th Ward.

Surviving are his widow of Layton; one son, Brent Burgi, Layton; one stepdaughter, Teri Sevenikar, Ogden; his mother
of Ogden; two brothers, and two sisters, Guy Clyde Burgi, Ogden; Jerry Dean Burgi, Annandale, Va.; Mrs. Lynn (Donna
Loree] Chadwick, Santa AAaria, Calif.; Mrs. Scott (Jennie Lynn) Freeman,Salt Lake City.

Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Larkin Chapel of the Dawn where friends may call Thursday
from 12 noon until 2 p.m.

Interment will be In Ogden City Cemetery. The family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society.

OGDEN UTAH, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 1963 Page 12B; Includes picture of Mr. Cobia:

Open House To Observe 80th Birthday

RIVERDALE—William (Bill)Nichol Cobia III of 975 W. 4400
S. will be honored Sunday at an open house in honor of his
80th birthday.

The affair will be held at the home of a daughter, Mr. Clyde
Burgi, at 743 23rd from 3 to 7 pm. Friends, neighbors and
relatives are invited. He requests no gifts.

Mr. Cobia was born at Davis Station, S. C., July 1, 1883.1 He came to Utah in 1905 as a convert to the LDS i Church and
settled in Rosette, Box Elder County. In 1907,he was married
to Pauline Kunzler in the Logan LDS Temple.

While in Rosette, he was mail carrier and drove the mail from Kelton to Rosette by mule team. In 1913, he moved his
family to Riverdale, where he began as a mechanic.

For a number of years he was employed with Wattis and
Kimball in Ogden. In 1922 he opened his own garage in Riverdale, he operated it until his retirement about 10 years ago.

His sons and daughters are: Myrtle Cobia, Charles Cobia and
Mrs. Clyde (Loree) Burgi, all of Ogden; Gertrude Fehlman,
Logan; W. LeRoy Cobia, Roy, and Carl Cobia of Snowville.

He has 17 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
Ogden Standard-Examiner, Thursday: April 8, 1965 11B;

William N. Cobia

RIVERDALE - William Nicholas Cobia III, 81, of 975 W. 4400 S., died Wednesday in the Dee Hospital.

Mr. Cobia was born July 1 1883, in Davis station, S.C.
son of William N and Mary Plaseda Cobia. Un Dec. II, 190', he was married to Pauline Kunzler in the Logan Temple

He had been employed as a mail carrier in Rosette, Box Elder County. In 1913 he moved to Riverdale and was employed as a mechanic at Wattis and Kimball. He operated his owen garage from 1922 until his retirement. He was an elder in the Riverdale LDS Ward.

Surviving are his widow, three sons and three daughters, Charles Cobia, Ogden; Carl Cobia, Snowville; William Leroy Cobia, Roy, Miss Myrtle Cobia, Mrs. Clyde (Lorie)Burgi, both of Ogden; Mrs. Charles (Gertrude) Fehrman, Logan; 19 grandchildren, one brother and four sisters, Ruben J. Cobia, Springfield, Ore.; Mrs. Minnie Lee Seelinet, Layton; Mrs. William (Ann) Lortz, Idaho Falls; Mrs. Howard (Placeda) Gerstner, Salt Lake City; Mrs. (William (Mamie) Morris, Compton, Calif.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary Chapel with Bishop Grant Gibby of the Riverdale Ward officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial in Ogden City Cemetery.
OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVE., SEPT. 26, 1962 Page 4B Column labeled Obituaries:

HOOPER — Funeral services for Effie Evelyn Burgi Hooper, widow of Conrad Hooper, 2223 Van Buren, will be conducted Friday at 1 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary Chapel, 845 Washington Blvd., with Bishop Stanford Whitaker of the Thirteenth Ward officiating. Friends may call at -the mortuary Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday prior to the services. Interment in the Ogden City Cemetery, directed by
the Myers Mortuary.

Effie B. Hooper
Mrs. Effie Evelyn Burgi Hooper, 59, 2223 Van Buren, died Tuesday at her home.

Mrs. Hooper was born Aug. 17, 1903, in Ogden, a daughter of
Alfred and Jenne Fronk Burgi. On June 29, 1921, s h e was
m a r r i e d to Guy L. Rackham in the Salt Lake Temple. He died in 1926. On Oct. 4, 1930, she was married to Conrad Hooper in Morgan. He died July 6, 1962.

She was a member of the Thirteenth Ward and had been active in the Relief Society, was a former Primary teacher in the
Sixth Ward. She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Robert E. {Gloria} Jennings, Harrisville, and Mrs. Jesse (Connie) Spencer, Clearfield; five grandchildren, one brother, Clyde Burgi,
Ogden; two sisters, Mrs. Dave (Erma) Milligan, Farr West, and Mrs. John (Vernes) Braunberger, Ogden.

Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1 p.m. in the Myers Mortuary Chapel with Bishop Stanford Whitaker of the Thirteenth Ward officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 7 1o 9 p.m. and Friday prior to services. Interment in Ogden City Cemetery.

End of the records I have. I am deleting this information in my files so if you need a copy of this, I suggest you contact the Ogden Public Library in Ogden, Utah. Hope this helps anyone who is seeking information.

K. Marcucci

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