Obituary of Dr. Thomas H. Trainor, Daily Chronicle, DeKalb, Illinois 10 July 1944
Dr. Trainor Dies at Home in Mple Park Maple Park, 'July 10. Dr. Thomas H. Trainor, practicing physician and surgeon in Maple Park since 1910, was found dead at his home in Maple Park yesterday. He had been practicing medicine since his graduation from the University of Michigan in 1888. He was a lifetime member of the American Medical Association and Illinois State Medical Association and was a member of the DeKalb County Medical Association. Six years ago he was presented with a 50-year button iy the county association. Before coming to Maple Park in 1910 he had practiced at Aurora, Chicago, and Bar-rington. Despite his advanced age he was still active at the time of his death. Pr. Trainor was born in Ottawa, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Trainor. Surviving to mourn the death are one sister. Mis. Mary Bellford of Omaha; and several nieces and nephews. Father Harold Trainor and Edward V. Trainor, Sister Mary Winifred, Sister Mary Petronella, and Carroll Bedford, all of Chicago. Dr. Trainor was well known throughout this vicinity and during his 56 years in the practice of medicine had made widespread contacts. He was one of the old est Dracticine physicians in this vicinity, and his death comes as 8 shock to all who knew him. The body Is at the Conley- Sharpe Funeral Home at Elburn where an inquest will be held this afternoon. Funeral, arrangements win be completed following the inquest.