Norman Scryver, 70, of The Glen, died suddenly of heart disease on Jan. 3, 1910 in Warrensburgh. He came to the village to deliver a load of wood to Rev. J.D. Russell. As he was driving into the yard Rev. Russell saw him fall over on his load. Some men near by came to his assistance but he was dead before they reached him. The remains were taken to J.A. Woodward's undertaking rooms in town and his son in Johnsburgh was notified.
The funeral was held three days later at the Church of the Holy Cross with Rev. G.H. Purdy officiating. Scryver leaves a widow, two daughters and two sons, Fred Scryver and Charles Wilcox to mourn his loss.