1922 - 1968
||Philip W. Yohe [1, 2] |
||14 Aug 1922
||Des Moines County, Iowa [1, 2, 3]
||Columbus Junction, Louisa County, Iowa 
||1 Nov 1968
||Wapello, Louisa County, Iowa [2, 3]
|Cause: a heart attack |
||3 Nov 1968
||Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa 
|The Burlington Hawk-Eye |
- Dies During Grid Game
Wapello (IA) -- The father of a Wapello high school cheerleader collapsed and died of an apparent heart attack Friday night (November 1, 1968) during halftime ceremonies of the Columbus Junction-Wapello football game here.
Philip Yohe, 48, of Wapello, died while en route for a cup of coffee at halftime. He was attending the game with his wife.
Dr. Kenneth Carrell, Louisa county medical examiner, gave Yohe an injection of adrenalin and applied external cardiac massage but Yohe failed to respond.
Carrel, traveling physician for the Wapello team, said Yohe had "a little problem with his heart this last summer." Carrell said "all signs pointed to a heart attack" and that no autopsy is planned.
His daughter, Nancy, is a Wapello cheerleader.
Philip Yohe was born August 14, 1922, in Des Moines County, the son of William and Amy Duryea Yohe. December 11,1948, he married Betty Godwin.
He was a navy veteran of World War II.
Surviving: The wife; his mother, Morning Sun; three daughters, Cynthia, attending the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Nancy and Lynda, at home; two sons, Billy and Tim, at home; one sister, Mrs. Marian Deam, Wapello; and one brother, Anthony Edward Yohe, with the Air Force in Washington, D. C.
Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Wapello Presbyterian church, Reverend Don Ross; Elmwood cemetery, Morning Sun.
||Louisa County, Iowa, Cemetery Records  |
- Name: Yohe, Philip W.; Sex: M; Born: 1922; Died or Buried: 1968; Age: 46; Buried: Elmwood (township = Morning Sun); County/State: Louisa, Iowa; Military Service: WW II; Book: LCC ©1990 - page MS-82; Notes: 1922-1968; WWII Veteran
||4 Nov 1968
||Elmwood Cemetery, Morning Sun Township, Louisa County, Iowa [2, 3]
||31 Mar 2015 |
||William O. Yohe, b. 11 Mar 1890, Des Moines County, Iowa , d. 7 Jan 1960, Iowa |
||Amy Annie Duryea, b. 2 Nov 1892, Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa , d. 24 May 1982, Burlington Medical Center, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa |
||30 Sep 1912 
||25 Jun 1913
||Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa 
||Betty Godwin |
||11 Dec 1948 
- There were five children from this marriage.
||21 Jan 2014 |
- [S77] 1930 US Census (Reliability: 3).
Morning Sun town, Louisa County, Iowa; enumeration district: 58-13, supervisor's district: 15; sheet number: 5A, page number: 76; enumeration date: April 3, 1930
- [S634] Louisa County, Iowa - Cemetery Records Through 1997 (Rootsweb) (Reliability: 3).
- [S7015] Yohe, Philip W. - Obituary, (originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye, page 3, November 3, 1968; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).
- [S5499] Yohe, William O. - Obituary, (originally published in the Morning Sun News-Herald, front page, January 14, 1960; Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).
- [S5500] Yohe, Amy Annie (Duryea) - Obituary, (originally published in The Hawk Eye, page 18, May 26, 1982; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).