Person:Hy Laug (1)

m. 31 Mar 1886
  1. Hy (Hiram) Laug1887 - 1969
  2. John A. Laug1891 - 1947
  3. Herbert Laug1896 - 1979
  4. Anna Hazel Laug1901 - 1989
m. 27 Jun 1912
Facts and Events
Name Hy (Hiram) Laug
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 Jan 1887 Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United States
Marriage 27 Jun 1912 Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United Statesto Nellie Maud Hubbel
Death[2] 25 Sep 1969 Sarasota, Sarasota, Florida, United States
Burial[2][3] 29 Sep 1969 Coopersville-Polkton Cemetery, Coopersville, Ottawa, Michigan, United States

Was in grocery business with brother, John. Had outgoing personality. Per Hazel Herrinton.

Obituary

LAUG - Hy Laug, aged 82, of Sarasota, Fla., formerly of Coopersville, passed away very unexpectedly Thursday morning. Mr. Laug will arrive at the Throop Funeral Home, Coopersville, Saturday afternoon. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the funeral home. Interment in the Coopersville Cemetery. Friends may meet the family Saturday 7 to 9 and Sunday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.

 Source: Grand Rapids Press  Saturday, September 27, 1969, P. 5B.

RITES MONDAY FOR LONGTIME GROCER

Services were held at the Throop Funeral Home in Coopersville Monday for former local resident Hy Laug, who died of a heart attack Thursday at his home in Sarasota, Florida.
Mr. Laug was a grocery merchant locally for 27 years before settling permanently in Florida 10 years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Nellie;  five sons, Earl and Lester of Florida, Ernest, Glenn and Roger of Coopersville; one brother Herb of Coopersville; one sister, Mrs. Gordon (Anna) Fynewever of Coopersville and 10 grandchildren.
Burial was in the Coopersville Cemetery.
 Source: The Coopersville Observer  Wednesday, October 1, 1969 pg. 5.
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References
  1. Naturalization.

    His father's record includes his birth date.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Obituary, in Conklin, Ottawa, Michigan, United States. Coopersville Observer (Coopersville, Michigan).

    Wednesday, October 1, 1969 pg 5, and the Grand Rapids Press, Saturday, September 27, 1969, P. 5B.

  3. Find a Grave.

    With tombstone picture.