Mrs. Westfall’s Services Set
Funeral services for Mrs. Lilly Bosse Westfall, 69, member of one of Orlando’s pioneer families who died Friday at a local hospital following a short illness will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the Eiselstein Black chapel with the Rev. Paul McGarvey, pastor of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park.
Mrs. Westfall had been a resident here nearly her entire life coming to Orlando from Boston with her family in 1883.
Her father and mother the late Frank E. and Elizabeth H. Bosse set out a citrus grove at what is now N. Orange Ave. and Princeton Ave.
The Bosses also operated a general merchandise store and the old Formosa post office at this location for many years. Mrs. Westfall and her husband, Minter J. Westfall, a retired carpenter, were residing at the family homestead, 321 E. Harvard Ave. at the time of her death.
Mrs. Westfall was a member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church.
Besides her husband, she is survived by a son Dr. Minter Westfall, Jr., a professor at the University of Florida, two grandchildren, David and Carol Westfall, Gainesville, and three brothers, Dr. Herman J. Bosse of Orlando, Carl Bosse of Cleveland, Ohio and George Bosse, New Orleans, La.
WESTFALL, MRS. LILLY B –
Funeral services for Mrs. Lilly B. Westfall, age 69 of 3231 E Harvard Street, Orlando who died at a local hospital Friday April 20, 1951 at 5:40 A.M. will be held Monday, April 23rd 1951, 10:30 A.M. at Eiselstein Black Home for Funerals. She is survived by her husband Mr. Minter J. Westfall, one son Dr. Minter J. Westfall, Jr. Gainesville, Fla., two grandchildren David and Carol Westfall, Gainesville, Fla., three brothers Dr. H erman J. Bosse of Orlando, Carl Bosse of Cleveland, Ohio and Geroge Bosse, New Orleans, La. Eiselstein Black Home for Funerals in in charge of arrangements with Rev. A. Paul McGarvey officiating and interment will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park.