MALLANE, John Paul
JOHN PAUL MALLANE, 16, of Syracuse, died Sunday, July 13, 2003.
Arrangements by Mishler-Eastlund Funeral Homes, Harris Chapel, Syracuse.
Run Down by a Car, Fort Wayne, April 10.—Jacob Martin, a well known citizen, was rundown by a streetcar on the Hauna street line. He was rolled nearly half a block before the car could be stopped, and was badly mangled. He was taken to Hope hospital, where he died.
Paper: American Nonconformist; Date: 1895-04-11
Martin &mdash William Martin, an imate of the Indiana School for Feeble-Minded Yth, died at that institution yesterday, at the age of 20 years. The body was sent by Undertaker W. H. W. Peltier to Elkhart, where funderal services and interment will take place. Fort Wayne News Sentinel (Fort Wayne, IN); Page: 7 — Monday, April 1, 1918
Martin: William Martin, an inmate of the Indiana School for the Feeble-Minded Youth, died at that institution yesterday at the age of 20 years. The body wass sent by Undertaker W.M. W. Peltier to Elkhart, where funeral services and interment will take place.
The Fort Wayne News and Sentinel 1918/04/05
MATTES Sr, Nicholas
MATTES: Nicholas Mattes, Sr., residing 59 Force street, died Thursday afternoon from kidney trouble.
Mr. Mattes was born in Germany but had resided in Fort Wayne twelve years. Surviving are the widow and six children. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from St. Peter's Catholic church, of which he was a member
The Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel Wed. June 5, 1901
McCAGUE, Robert J.
Robert J. McCague died at his home near Tocsin, Ind, on Monday morning, April 29. The funeral services were at Antioch cemetery, near Hoagland, on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Charles Tinkham.
(Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Fort Wayne Indiana May 1, 1895. Submitted by S. Williams)
McComb-The infant daughter of J.E. McComb, formerly of Cedar township, Allen county died on Monday at the home of the parents in Big Rapids, Mich. The remains have been sent here and funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the Huntertown Cemetery, where interment will take place. The Rev. Mr. Homody of Leo, will officiate.
(September 23, 1908 The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne Indiana Submitted by S. Williams)
McCOY, Harold O
HAROLD O. McCOY, 86, of Churubusco, died Thursday morning, July 17, 2003, at The Oaks in Columbia City. Born in Noble County, he was a prominent Churubusco businessman, and along with his father, Orlo E. McCoy, employed in several businesses in Churubusco, including McCoy's Hatchery, Mc-Coy's Feeds, Inc., and McCoy Lumber Co. He also owned and operated McCoy Realty in Churubusco, for several years. He was a member of Churubsuco United Methodist Church and a past president of Churubusco Rotary Club, Churubusco Chamber of Commerce, Fort Wayne Air Stream Travel Club, and former chief of Churubusco Volunteer Fire Department. He was a former member of Smith Township Advisory Board, and served as director and stockholder of the former Churubusco State Bank. His wife, Sylvelda (Egolf) McCoy, died in 1993. Surviving are his son, Jerry (Beverly) McCoy of Winona Lake; his daughter, Coreen (Fred) Gilbert of Fort Wayne; grandchildren, Christopher (Shannon) McCoy of Bradenton, Fla., Heather (Jim) Slining of Union Grove, N.C., Dan Gilbert and Joe Gilbert, both serving with the U.S. Army; and two great-grandchildren. Service is 2 p.m. Sunday in Churubusco United Methodist Church, with calling one hour prior to the service. Calling also from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Sheets & Childs Funeral Home, Churubusco. Burial in Christian Chapel Cemetery, Merriam. Memorials to the church or Heartland Home Health Care & Hospice.
McKEEMAN, Everett P, Jr
EVERETT P. MCKEEMAN JR., 52, of Fort Wayne, died Monday, July 14, 2003, at Lutheran Hospital. He was born May 19, 1951, in Fort Wayne. "He devoted his entire life to bringing happiness to others, making whatever sacrifices necessary." He served 11 years in the Army, fighting in Vietnam for which he received the Army Commendational Medal for saving lives. Everett continued serving the country for 22 years with the United States Postal Service. He was also a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Surviving are his wife, Debra; three sons, Everett III and Michael of Indianapolis, and Aaron of Fort Wayne; his father, Everett; a sister, Linda; a brother, Michael; a granddaughter, Lily Jane; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his mother, Rita, and a sister, Jane. Service is 10 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, with viewing from 9 to 10 a.m. at the church. Calling is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Tom Mungovan Funeral Home, 2221 S. Calhoun St., with Rosary at 7:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial at Covington Cemetery. Memorials to the Cancer or Heart Foundation.
McMILLEN Jr, Dale W.
McMillen ran Central Soya, sat on boards
Dale W. McMillen Jr., 72, died Friday in Lutheran Hospital. He served as chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Central Soya Co. until 1975 and retired in 1979. Born in Van Wert, Ohio, he had lived most of his life in Fort Wayne. He had served as a director of Fort Wayne National Bank, Culver Education Foundation and Princeton Theological Seminary. He was an elder of First Presbyterian Church, a 32nd degree Mason, a past president of the Fort Wayne Foundation and a member of Quest Club, Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce and Fort Wayne Country Club. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth; a daughter, Athalie Long of Edwardsville, Ill.; two sons, Dale W. III of Fort Worth, Texas, and John F. of Fort Wayne; a sister, Mary Jane Crowe of Juno Beach, Fla.; and eight grandchildren. Services are 1:30 p.m. Monday in First Presbyterian Church. Calling is 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in Klaehn's Wayne Street Chapel, 420 W. Wayne St. Burial will be in Lindenwood Cemetery. Preferred memorials are gifts to First Presbyterian Church or the donor's favorite charity.
News-Sentinel, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - June 4, 1986
Dies in Ninety First Year
Mrs. Eliza Rodger M'Quiston Is Summoned
Had Resided in Allen County Seventy Years-Was Native of Virginia and Was Married in Ohio in 1836 to John McQuiston Mrs. Eliza Rogers McQuiston, widow of John McQuiston and for seventy years a resident of Allen county passed away Saturday evening at 5 o'clock at the family residence, corner of Second and Wells streets, at the advanced age of ninety years. For the past three years she had been afflicted with paralysis, during wwhich time she was unable to walk and had been confined to her roller chair in house. She suffered greatly at times, but bore her affliction with fortitude.
Mrs. McQuiston was born in Virginia where she passed her early childhood. She moved with her parents to Ohio while she was only a few years old and remained there until she attained the age of womanhood. While still in Ohio she was married, November 17, 1836, to James McQuiston with whom she came to Allen county in 1837. She passed the ninetieth mile stone of life here last September. She was the mother of a large family of children, of whom one daughter and five sons survive,-Miss Jane McQuiston, William H. Wilson, Allen P and Benjamin McQuiston. There are also ten grandchildren.
Mrs. McQuiston was a member of the First Presbyterian church." The funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The remains will be interred in the Huntertown cemetery besides those of the husband.
M'Quiston-Miss Jane McQuiston died at 1:40 o'clock Sunday afternoon at her residence, 1724 Hench street, at the age of 78 years, following an illness of one week due to la grippe. She was born in Allen county and had resided here her entire life. Surviving she leaves four brothers, Wilson, of California; Edward, of St. Joe, Mo., and Allen P and Benjamin, of Fort Wayne.
Funeral services Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the residence and interment will follow at the Huntertown cemetery. )
(Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Fort Wayne Indiana Feb 9, 1916. Submitted by Shauna Williams
MENCER, Richard L
This obituary is being republished to provide corrected information. RICHARD L. MENCER, 76, died Thursday, July 10, 2003, at Kindred Central Hospital. Born April 7, 1927, in Fort Wayne, he was the son of the late Lloyd and Juanita (Dentzer) Mencer. He was a warehouseman at International Harvester for 39 years. Surviving are a son, Richard W. Mencer; a daughter, Bonnie Clouse; brothers, Louis and Phil Mencer. No services or visitation. Burial at Highland Park Cemetery, Fort Wayne. Arrangements by C.M. Sloan & Sons Funeral Home, 1327 Wells St.
MICHEL, Alma W
ALMA W. MICHEL, 83, formerly of Whitley County, died Saturday, July 12, 2003, in Fort Wayne. Born March 3, 1920, in Cleveland Township, Whitley County, to Ray and Clowie (Shaffer) Coble, she graduated from South Whitley High School. Survivors include three sons, Rex Michel of Fort Wayne, Max Michel of South Whitley, and Steve Michel of Huntington; two brothers, Herb Coble of North Manchester and Kenneth Coble of South Whitley; and a sister, Alice Leslie of Fort Wayne. She was preceded in death by her husband of 43 years, Gerald P. Michel, in 1983; and by a brother, Clarence Coble. Service is 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Smith and Sons Miller Chapel, South Whitley. Calling is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Burial at South Whitley Cemetery. Memorials to Centerview Church.
ESTHER MILLER, 80, of LaGrange, died Saturday, July 12, 2003 at Miller's Merry Manor, LaGrange. She was born Sept. 11, 1922, in Wakarusa. Service is 10 a.m. Tuesday at Emma Mennonite Church, Emma. Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Frurip-May Funeral Home, LaGrange.
Miller-The funeral of Francis Miller, son of Amherst Miller, Sr., was held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Taylor chapel, conducted by the Rev. E.A. Bunner.
The deceased was born in Erie county, Ohio, April 14, 1836, and died March 11th at the age of 70 years. On account of an accident which happened when he was 3 years old, he was never capable of taking care of himself. For the last eighteen years he had made his home with his sister, Mrs. C. Stone, and his brother, Amherst Miller Jr.. He was never married. He leaves a father, aged 92 years, three sisters, Mrs. Almira Merritt, and Mrs. C. Stone, both of Milan township, and Mrs. Sarah J. Shimp, of Sioux City, Ia. There are three brothers, Andrew, Anson and Amherst, Jr., all of Milan township. The remains were interred in Bowers' cemetery.
(Fort Wayne News, Fort Wayne Indiana March 15, 1907. Submitted by S. Williams)
MILLER, John M
JOHN M. MILLER DEAD.
Prominent Furniture Man and Respected Resident Gone.
Death yesterday again claimed a prominent business man and honored resident of this city when John M. Miller passed from this life. He had been ailing for some time and during the past year and a half was unable to attend to business at times.
The end of the well-spent life came at 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the family residence, 52 East Jefferson street. He was able to be about the house at times until Sunday evening when he grew worse. At 11 o'clock yesterday he was moved from his bed and at the time his condition did not seem to be such that any immediate danger was entertained. At noon he began to sink and in half an hour his sufferings were at an end.
Mr. Miller was one of the oldest, if not the oldest business man in this city. He began his furniture business in the same place where the store is located at present and began housekeeping after his his marriage in the house where he died.
John M. Miller was born on a farm near Sunbury, Northumberland county, Pa., September 20, 1817. When quite young he left the farm and went to Williamsport, Pa., where he learned the trade of a chairmaker. Completing his trade Mr. Miller decided to come west, and in the fall of 1839 he arrived in Fort Wayne, having walked from Toledo to this city.
In 1840 Mr. Miller bought Mr. Tower's interest in the furniture store of Johnson, Miller & Tower, and for a time he and his brother conducted this business. At one time Louis Peltier was a partner of Mr. Miller. Mr. Miller has been in the furniture business in Fort Wayne since that day, almost 60 years ago, when he bought out Mr. Tower. There are some firms which may be older, but no man who in 1840 conducted a business establishment in Fort Wayne still continues in business.
On September 11, 1845, Mr. Miller was married to Miss Sarah Noble in this city and to them were born seven children, three of whom are living, as follows: Mrs. W. A. Croxton, C. A. Miller and Mrs. Stephen Morris, all of whom reside in Fort Wayne and were at home when death claimed the aged father. A little less than three years ago Mr. and Mrs. Miller celebrated their golden wedding.
Deceased was a consistent member of the Methodist church during his entire life and had been prominent in the affairs of that religious denomination ever since he came to Fort Wayne. He was a communicant of Wayne street church and since his arrival in Fort Wayne has seen the congregation build three edifices of worship. He was also one of the founders of the Methodist college.
Mr. Miller was a member of the Masonic fraternity and it is possible this society will have charge of the funeral services, although that has not been determined.
Mr. Miller has been identified with the business interests of Fort Wayne ever since it was a little village and has seen it grow into the third city of the state and one of the most progressive of the west. With this progress he was always more or less identified and his familiar form will be missed by scores of people who have grown gray since they knew his friendly face.
Source: Fort Wayne Gazette, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 22 Jun 1898, Page 8
MILLER, Sarah Noble
MRS. J. M. MILLER CLAIMED BY DEATH
WAS THE WIDOW OF A PIONEER BUSINESS MAN
Mrs. Sarah Miller, widow of the late John. M. Miller, and one of the pioneer residents of Fort Wayne, died Sunday night at the family home,
216 East Jefferson street, at the age of 80 years. Death was due to weakened heart action, resultant from the infirmities of age. Mrs. Miller,
whose maiden name was Sarah Noble, was born at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., August 11, 1825, and came with her parents to Fort Wayne at the age of twelve
years, making the trip to this city by way of the lakes to Toledo, and thence over the Wabash and Erie canal. The family located on a farm east of the
city, and following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Miller took up their residence in the East Jefferson street residence, which was continuously their
home thereafter. The husband was a pioneer furniture dealer and the family was very widely known. Mrs. Miller was the mother of seven children, three
of whom survive. They are Mrs. W. A. Croxton, Mrs. Stephen Morris and Cassius Miller, all of this city. There is also a brother, Lyman Miller, residing
on a farm three miles east of Fort Wayne. Mrs. Miller many years ago became a member of the Berry street M.E. church, later transferring her membership
to the Wayne street congregation. She was a most estimable woman, devoted, sincere and kindly, and leaves a legion of friends. Funeral services from the
residence Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. A. S. Preston, of the Wayne street M.E. church.
Source: The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 23 Oct 1905, Page 1
MILLS, Ben Davis
BEN DAVIS MILLS, 88, of Sea Island, Ga., died peacefully Wednesday, July 9, 2003, at his home. A one-eighth Cherokee Indian, he was born and raised in Stillwater, Okla. He was educated at Oklahoma State University, George Washington University, and Southeastern University Law School, from which he received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree. He was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. During World War II, he joined the U.S. Air Force, was commissioned a Second Lieutenant at Harvard Business School, and served in England and France in the Air Forces Logistical Command as a Major and was awarded the Bronze Star. After his discharge, he was one of four who recruited six others to join them. They were hired by Henry Ford II, and soon became known as the "Whiz Kids" due to their success in reviving the Ford Motor Company. Mr. Mills was involved in various production divisions of the company and in 1955, was elected Vice-President of the Ford Motor Co. and appointed General Manager of the Lincoln Division. When the Lincoln and Mercury Divisions were consolidated in 1957, Mr. Millls became General Manager of both divisions. In 1964, he was appointed Vice-President-Supply, Worldwide, for Ford Motor Co., a position he held until his retirement at the end of 1971. At that time he and his wife, Helen, moved to Sea Island. Prior to that move, Mr. Mills had been very involved in various civic and cultural affairs in the Detroit area and received many awards and honors during his lifetime. He became active in similar activities in the Brunswick area. He was instrumental in getting Hospice of the Golden Isles started, was on various committees at Coastal Georgia College, and was a President of the Sea Island Property Owners Association. He was an avid golfer, an excellent fly fisherman, and enjoyed traveling. At 60, he took up flying and piloted his own aircraft, the Kathee K. He was a member of the Sea Island Club and Ocean Forest Golf Club, and a Communicant of Christ Church Frederica. Mr. Mills is survived by his devoted companion of 17 years, Ruth Stewart of Sea Island; two sons, Ben D. Mills Jr. and Robert E. Mills; a daughter-in-law, Kathee Mills; a grandson, Ben III; a granddaughter, Malia; and a sister, Virginia Rackley. Memorial service is 11 a.m. Saturday at Christ Church Frederica, with the Rev. Douglas Reneger officiating. Preferred memorials are to the Canterbury School, Fort Wayne. Arrangements by Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home, Brunswick, Ga..
Contributed by George Jochum
MOONEY- Isabelle Sites Mooney
The remains of Mrs. Isabelle Mooney, formerly of Fort Wayne who died Sunday night at Dayton, KY were buried Wednesday at Goshen, IN. Mrs. Mooney was 82 years and was a widow of Enos Mooney a pioneer justice of the peace of this city who died 30 years ago. The family residence was at the corner of DeWald Street and Fairfield Avenue where Mrs. Mooney lived until she went south a year ago to make her home with her daughter Mrs. Alice Ansmoore. The surviving relatives include 3 children William Mooney of Toledo, Isaac Mooney of Detroit, and Mrs. Ansmoore of Dayton, KY. There are 2 sisters Mrs. Charles McNair of Fort Wayne, and Mrs. David Hill of Detroit and a brother Malachi Sites of Roanoke.
[Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette 20 Apr 1905] - Submitted by Liz Randolph
MOONEY, Mary J.
Mooney: Mary J. Mooney, one-day-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mooney, who died at the residence of the parents, 2332 Gay Street, yesterday afternoon, was buried this afternoon, interment made in Lindenwood cemetery.
ELIZABETH MOORE, 91, of Portland, died Thursday, July 10, 2003. Arrangements by Baird-Freeman Funeral Home, Portland.
Contributed by George Jochum>
MUHLER, Charles F. [former Mayor]
Fort Wayne, IN. May 24, 1899.Ex-Mayor Charles F. Muhler, dropped dead in front of his office, on Calhoun Street, this evening. Death was caused by apoplexy. He had been in good health. He has, for years, been prominent in business circles and was well known all over the State as a leader of the Democratic Party in this section, and will be greatly missed in Fort Wayne. He leaves a large family in comfortable circumstances.
MYERS, Ronald L
RONALD L. MYERS, 55, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, July 13, 2003, at his residence. He was born Aug. 10, 1947, in Fort Wayne. Surviving are his wife, Jacquelyn (Cran-fill) Myers of Fort Wayne; sons, David, Ronald, Shawn and Matthew Myers; a daughter, Shanan Myers; brothers, Carl and James Myers; a sister, Inez Michael; and four grandchildren. Service is 1 p.m. today at C.M. Sloan & Sons Funeral Home, 1327 N. Wells St., with visitation one hour prior. Burial at Lindenwood Cemetery. Memorials to the family.
NARAGON: The remains of Floyd Naragon, the Fort Wayne soldier who passed away last Thursday at Fort Bliss, Texas, will arrive in Fort Wayne, Wednesday evening over tho Nickel Plate. The body will be taken to the Klachn & Melching parlors.
The Fort Wayne Sentinel March 6, 1917
NEFF, Robert Leon
ROBERT "BOB" LEON NEFF, 79, of Indianapolis, formerly of Macy, died Tuesday, July 15, 2003. Arrangements by Zimmerman Brothers Funeral Homes, Rochester.
Death Has Claimed Solomon Neireiter
Was a Well Known Marion Township Farmer
Solomon Neireiter, a well known Marion township farmer, died at 5 o'clock Monday morning at St. Joe Hospital at the age of about 44 years, and his death was due to appendicitis. Mr. Neireiter was taken seriously ill on Thursday, but his malady had reached so critical a stage that the vermiform appendix had burst before the operation by which it was hoped to save his life, could be performed.
The deceased was born in Marion township and has spent his entire life in Allen county. He was united in marriage less than two years ago to Miss Flora Jobs, of Jackson township, Huntington county, who survives with an infant son. There are three brothers and a sister-George, Danie and Henry Neireiter and Mrs. Conrad Fry, and step-brothers and sisters as follows: Peter Gressley, John A. Gressley, Edmund A. Gressley, Mary A. Riley and Mrs. Jacob Tschannon.
The remains were removed to the Klaehn & Melchin undertaking rooms and later taken to the late residence, near Hoagland, where funeral services are to be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment at Antioch Cemetery.
(Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Fort Wayne Indiana. January 11, 1905 Submitted by S. Williams)
NEWELL, Mary Ann
Mary Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Novell, died Friday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the family home of exhaustion. Funeral services were held this morning at their home. Interment in the Catholic cemetery.
Date: 1920-08-21; Paper: Fort Wayne News Sentinel
NOFZINGER, Rex A
REX A. NOFZINGER, 53, of Corunna, died Friday, July 11, 2003, at home. Born Dec. 19, 1949, in Fort Wayne, to Walter and Berneda G. (Peck) Nofzinger, he married Roxanna E. (Foss) on April 16, 1977, in Harlan. He worked at Dana Corp. for 32 years and two months, retiring in 2000. He also owned and operated Rex Enterprises from 2000 to the present. He was a member of The Sons of the American Legion and was affiliated with Huntertown United Methodist Church. He loved nature and fishing and collected John Deere Tractors. Surviving are his wife, Roxanna E.; his mother of Auburn; two sons, Kevin A. (Dawn) Nofzinger of Garrett and Sean M. (Jennifer) of Auburn; one daughter, Jody (Jeffrey) Cook of Auburn; one brother, Ronnie D. Nofzinger of Fort Wayne; two sisters, Patricia L. DeLagranger of Hudson and Sharlene S. Seiler of Auburn; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father. Outdoor service is 5 p.m. Tuesday, with calling one hour prior, at 1044 CR 10, Corunna, with the Rev. Sherry Long officiating. Calling is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at Feller Funeral Home, Waterloo. Burial at Leo Cemetery at a later date. Memorials to Dekalb County Hospice or Huntertown United Methodist Church.
Schone & Ankenbruck Chapel 2 p.m. Saturday. Lindenwood Cemetery, Motor Funeral
NUCKOLS, Regina A
REGINA A. NUCKOLS, 50, of Hartford City, died Monday, July 14, 2003.
Arrangements by Keplinger Funeral Home, Hartford City.
Funeral Services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the Mungovan Parlors. Interment in Catholic Cemetery
Fort Wayne News Sentinel June 1 1920
Submitters Name: Erica Beatty
Baggage master Patrick O'Meara Passed Away Thursday Evening
O'MEARA: Patrick 0'Meara, for twenty-four years a baggage, mail and,express agent on the Lake Erie and Western railroad, died shortly after 9 o'clock Thursday night at his home, 170 West Fourth street, from kidney trouble, at the age of forty-two years.
Mr. O'Meara had been in rather poor health for some time, but no serious results were apprehended until Wednesday evening, when he was taken seriously ill while on his train route home from. Muncie. Mr O'Meara leaves a widow and four children. He was widely known and was regarded as one of the most efficient employes of the Lake Erie and Western company, popular alike among his fellow employees and acquaintances generally.
He was born in Hagerstown, Md. but had resided in Fort Wayne many years; was a member of the Church of the Precious Blood, of Branch 103 Catholic Knights of America, and of St. Joseph's Benevolent society.
The Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel Wed. June 5, 1901
Ormsby: Henry Ormsby, aged 68 years, formerly of Fort Wayne, but recently employed at the Henry Rodenback Farm, near Monmouth, died at the Adams County Infirmary after an extended illness. Death was due to heart trouble and a dropsical affection. The wife died nine months ago. Nine children, one of whom is Miss Carrie Ormsby, of this city, survive, funeral services were held at the county farm Thursday afternoon.
OSENBAUGH, Alma Viola
ALMA VIOLA (STANSBURY) OSENBAUGH, 86, of Anderson, died Wednesday, July 9, 2003. Arrangements by Robert D. Loose Funeral Homes & Crematory, Anderson.
Contributed by George Jochum
Funeral services for John Owens will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the Mayhew chapel. Interment at Bowers' cemetery.
(Fort Wayne News, Fort Wayne Indiana January 21, 1911. Submitted by S. Williams)
Franklin National founder is dead
Tuesday services have been scheduled for Franklin National Life Insurance Co. founder Louie Palumbo, 60, who died at home Friday. Allen County Coroner Phillip O'Shaughnessy said today Palumbo died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Palumbo founded Franklin in 1961. He resigned as president and chairman of the board in January 1983 after Franklin encountered severe financial problems. The company now is under liquidation by the Indiana Department of Insurance. Franklin still owns real estate at 2100 Goshen Road, including the Olympia Athletic Club, said Mike FitzGibbons, chief examiner of the state insurance department. FitzGibbons said Franklin's policies recently were transferred to United Founders Life Insurance Co. of Oklahoma City in exchange for a portion of Franklin's assets. The company had its best sales year in 1982, when sales totaled about $8.5 million. But those hefty sales caused difficulties because new policies are expensive to service.
Under Indiana law, companies must maintain a surplus - the amount by which assets exceed liabilities. But Franklin sold so many policies that its surplus was not large enough under Indiana law. At the time, Palumbo said that the problems occurred because he thought real estate could be counted as an asset under Indiana law. But the state ruled that real estate could not be counted, which caused the surplus shortfall. Franklin was placed in liquidation in September.
Palumbo was a veteran of World War II and a member of St. Vincent Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Council No. 451 Father Brandon chapter, Anthony Wayne Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus and the Fort Wayne Serra Club.
Surviving are his wife, Jean M.; four daughters, Linda Reynolds, Laura McArdle, Tamara Miller and Kim Palumbo, all of Fort Wayne; a son, Jerry L. of Fort Wayne; a brother, Vito D. of Leo; and two sisters, Grace Gardt of Fort Wayne and Rose Marie McKimson of Troy, Mich. Services are 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. Vincent Catholic Church. Calling is from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in D.O. McComb & Sons Maplewood Park Funeral Home, 4017 Maplecrest Road, with a rosary recited there at 8 p.m. Burial will be in Catholic Cemetery, Auburn. Preferred memorials are gifts to the church.
News-Sentinel, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - October 24, 1985
Perkins-Lafayette Perkins, aged 80 years, died at his home at New Haven after an illness of several weeks duration. The deceased was well known in this vicinity and is a veteran of the Civil war. Surviving him are the widow and five children.
Funeral services will be held at the residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock and at 2:30 o'clock at the M.E. church, the Rev. Mr. Powell officiating. interment in Bower's cemtery.
The Woman's Relief corps will hold flag services at the residence at 2 o'clock. Members will kindly meet at the interurban station in order to leave on the 1:05 car.
(August 26, 1919 The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne Indiana. Submitted by S. Williams)
Charles Pettifer, a former Lake Shore engineer but more recently employed as a machinist, died at his home, No. 1204 Franklin street, of cerebral apoplexy at 4 p. m. Wednesday. He had been confined to his bed for fourteen months. The deceased was born in England on February 14, 1840. Surviving him are his second wife, Minnie; sons, Frank and Edwin; daughters, Edith and Charlene, and adopted daughter, Mrs. H. A. Wilder, all of this city. He has brothers and sisters In England. Funeral services will be held at the home at 11 a. m. Saturday by Rev. H. N. Spear of the Baptist church. The body will be taken to White Pigeon for burial.
Paper: "Elkhart Weekly Review;"Date: 1909-10-23
POPP Sr, H. Leslie
Perfection Biscuit leader dies
H. Leslie Popp, a longtime business and civic leader in Fort Wayne, died at his home Monday. He was 87.
Popp, who began his career with Perfection Biscuit Co. in 1927, rose to
become the firm's chairman of the board. He also founded the city's first television station, WKJG-TV.
The University of Michigan graduate was on the board of directors of Rogers Markets,
an honorary director of Lincoln National Bank & Trust Co. and was a director of the
Methodist Hospital at Lewis and Calhoun streets, which later was rebuilt as Parkview Memorial Hospital on Randallia Drive.
He served on the building committee for the present facility.
He was past president of the Fort Wayne Rotary Club and belonged to its Paul Harris Fellow group.
He was a member of the Quest Club, Home Lodge 342 F & AM, Scottish Rite and Mizpah Shrine. He also was
past president of the American Biscuit and Cracker Association.
He was a member of Trinity English Lutheran Church and served on many of its boards.
He was a member of the church council for more than 20 years.
He also was a member of the Fort Wayne Country Club, Taxpayers Research and YMCA.
He is survived by his wife, Lucile Franke Popp; two sons, John F. Popp and H. Leslie Popp Jr., both of Fort Wayne;
a brother, Ralph E. Popp of Fort Wayne; and three grandchildren.
Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday in Trinity English Lutheran Church with private graveside services following
in Lindenwood Cemetery. Calling is 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in Klaehn's Wayne Street Chapel, 420 W. Wayne St.
Preferred memorials are gifts to Trinity English Lutheran Church.
News-Sentinel, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - March 19, 1986
POPP Jr, H. Leslie
Former Perfection Biscuit president, 57, dies
H. Leslie Popp Jr., 57, a business leader and native of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday. A former treasurer, vice president and president of Perfection Biscuit Co., he retired in 1980 after 27 years but remained on the company's board of directors. Popp, an Air Force lieutenant in the Office of Strategic Services, was a Korean War veteran and member of Veterans of Foreign Wars. A University of Michigan graduate, Popp was a member of the university's victorious football team in the 1950 Rose Bowl. He was a graduate of Culver Military Academy and a member of Trinity English Lutheran Church. He was also a board member of the Allen-Wells Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Better Business Bureau of Fort Wayne and was a member of several other organizations. He is survived by his wife, Carol; a daughter, Catherine L. Popp of Carlisle, Pa.; his mother, Lucile Franke Popp of Fort Wayne; and a brother John F. Popp, also of Fort Wayne. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday in Trinity English Lutheran Church, 405 E. Wayne St. Private graveside services will be in Lindenwood Cemetery. Calling is 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. in Klaehn's Wayne Street Chapel, 420 W. Wayne St. Preferred memorials are gifts to the Fort Wayne University of Michigan Almuni Club and Trinity English Lutheran Church.
News-Sentinel, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - October 18, 1986
PRANGE, Mrs. Elenora
Klaehn & Melohlng chapel, 2 p. m., Saturday. The Rev. William Moll. Concordia cemetery.
Fort Wayne News and Sentinel Thursday April 4, 1918
Klaehn & Melching Chapel 2 p.m. Saturday the Rev. William Moll Concord's Cemetery
PRATT, William T.
William T. PRATT, of Ft. Wayne, ex-Sheriff of Allen county, and formerly director of the prison north, died yesterday. He was aged sixty-eight, and he was a pioneer of northern Indiana.
Indiana General News Items from the Indianapolis News 13 December 1890 Page 6 Columns 5 and 6
WILLIAM "BILL" PRIEST, 73, of Fort Wayne, died Wednesday, July 16, 2003, at home. He was a member of Voiture 37/40 and 8, and American Legion Post 82. "He was a loving father and grand-father." Surviving are two sons, William Priest of Deatsville, Ala., Michael Priest (Diane) of Centre, Ala.; a daughter, Donna Bulger (Mike) of Pratt-ville, Ala.; two stepdaughters, Robbie Bauer of Fort Wayne and Loraina Seigel (Mike) of Columbia City; a sister, Joyce Parten of Auburn, Ala.; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild; three nieces and two nephews. Service is 1 p.m. Friday at Tom Mungovan Funeral Home, 2221 S. Calhoun St., with visitation from 1 to 3 and 5 to 8 p.m. today. Burial at Lindenwood Cemetery. Memorials to Visiting Nurse Service & Hospice. Arrangements by Siler Funeral Service.
QUIGGIN, Beulah Kiefer
BEULAH KIEFER QUIGGIN, 97, died Sunday, July 13, 2003, at Hospice Home in Glendale, Ariz. Born in South Point, Ohio, she was a homemaker and was a member of Grace Point Church of the Nazarene, Ft. Wayne. Survivors include son, Kenneth P. Kiefer of Fort Wayne, Robert J. Kiefer of San Diego, Calif.; daughter, Donna R. Thornton of Peoria, Ariz.; sister Helen Day of Columbus, Ohio; seven grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Paul Kiefer; second husband, Harry Quiggin; daughter Charlene Bleyaert; and grandson, Todd Brooks. Service is 11 a.m. Thursday at Grace Point Church of the Nazarene, 8611 Mayhew Road, with calling one hour prior. Calling is also from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at D.O. McComb & Sons Maplewood Park Funeral Home, 4017 Maplecrest Road. Burial in Roselawn Memorial Park, Monroe, Mich. Memorials to Grace Point Church of the Nazarene.
Raber: Funeral services for Jacob Raber will be held Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the Klaehn & Melching parlors and at 11:30 o'clock the body will be sent to Angola for burial. The Monroevllle Masons will have charge of the funeral.
The Fort Wayne Sentinel March 6, 1917
ESTILL "JUNIOR" RASH, 67, of Antwerp, Ohio, died July 14, 2003.
Arrangement by Dooley Funeral Home, Antwerp.
RASTETTER, Louis C
LOUIS C. RASTETTER, 92, died Thursday, July 10, 2003, at Woodview Manor Healthcare. Born Sept. 20, 1910, in Fort Wayne, he was Vice President of Louis Rastetter & Sons Co., retiring in 1975. He was a member of Trinity English Lutheran Church where he served on the Church Council. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, the United Chest Council of Allen County and the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne. He was President of the Rotary Club in 1945, and District Governor of Rotary International in 1950. He was Past president and Life Boardmember of the Anthony Wayne Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, and a member of the National Council and National Camping Committee, and Vice Chairman Executive Committee Region Seven Explorer Canoe Base. Surviving are a son, Louis C. Rastetter of Columbus, Ohio; two daughters, Harriette L. Headford of Fort Wayne and Diana S. Nichter of Rome City; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grand-chil-dren and four great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Harriette Landes Rastetter, and his parents, William C. and Edith (Howenstine) Rastetter. Private family services will be held. Burial at Lindenwood Cemetery. Preferred memorials to Trinity English Lutheran Church or Anthony Wayne Area Council Boy Scouts of America, 8315 W. Jefferson Blvd. Arrangements by Klaehn, Fahl & Melton Funeral Homes, Wayne Street Chapel, 402 W. Wayne St.
Contributed by George Jochum
RATHBURN, Robert J.
ROBERT J. RATHBURN, 78, of Auburn, died Friday, July 16, 2003, at DeKalb Memorial Hospital. Born July 18, 1924, in Portland, he was the son of George Rathburn and Jenny Steed. He was an Inspector for the Dana Corp. in Auburn, for 44 years, and a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. He married Ioma Williams Rathburn, April 6, 1946, in Fort Wayne, and she survives. Also surviving are three sons, Jerry Rathburn of Auburn, Larry Rathburn of Roanoke and Gary Rathburn of Kuwait; two sisters, Rosemary Hogg and Leona Hale, both of Portland; seven grandchildren, Angie, Brad, Kami, Justin, April Jo, Tarra and Gracie Rathburn. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Leta Steed; and three brothers, Raymond and Louis Rathburn and True Steed. Service is 11 a.m. Saturday at Feller Funeral Home, Waterloo, with the Rev. Richard Pickard officiating. Calling is from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Military graveside service by Auburn American Legion at Roselawn Cemetery. Memorials to Heimach Center, Auburn.
REAM, Samuel W.
Samuel W. Ream, who died at Peru, Sunday, Is said to have been the oldest Mason In Indiana, He was born January 11, 1820, and wns a charter member of Miami lodge of Masons, organized at Peru in 1848.
The Fort Wayne Sentinel Wednesday March 10, 1909
REICHARD, Olive Mae
OLIVE MAE REICHARD, 94, of Hartford City, died Sunday, July 13, 2003.
Arrangements by Keplinger Funeral Home, Hartford City.
REIFF, Robert Richard
Reiff — Robert Richard Reiff, aged 6 months, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Worley M. Reiff. 1022 Rockhill street, died at 9:30 o'clock last night at the family home. The parents and two brothers, Glenn and Gene Reiff, survive. The father is manager of the Wayne and Calhoun street store of the Meyer Bro. Drug company. Fort Wayne News Sentinel (Fort Wayne, IN); Page: 7 — Monday, April 1, 1918
Reiff: Robert Richard Reiff, aged 6 months, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Worley M. Reiff, 1022 Rovkbill Street died at (:30 o'clock last night at the family home. The parents and two brothers, glenn and Gene Reiff, survive. The father is manager of the Wayne and Calhoun Street Store of the meyer Bros. Drug Company.
The Fort Wayne News and Sentinel 1918/04/05
August REILING, of Fort Wayne, aged sixty-five, while making repairs in the jail yesterday, fell off the scaffolding, and struck head-first on the stone floor, fifteen feet below. His skull was fractured, and he died within two hours.
Indiana General News Items from the Indianapolis News 11 December, 1890
REINCKE, Annette C.
ANNETTE C. REINCKE, 86, died Friday, May 5, 2006, at Lutheran Home. Born April 20, 1920, in Des Plaines, Ill.; she was the eldest daughter of Paul F. and Alwina Amling. She graduated from Valparaiso University and moved to Fort Wayne in 1949. She married Richard F. Reincke on Feb. 16, 1946 and he preceded her in death in 1978. She was employed as a bookkeeper for Interim Investment Inc., until her death. She was their trusted and respected employee for over 40 years.
She was a member and active volunteer at Concordia Lutheran Church. She regularly volunteered for the Lutheran Home Auxiliary. She had been a member of the Lutheran Hospital Auxiliary for many years and active earlier in life in the League of Women Voters. Survived by her sons, Tom (Mary Ann) and Terry (Sarah); five grandchildren, Thom (Angela) Reincke of Apex, N.C., Brian (Tracy) Reincke of Fort Wayne, Scott (Brandy) Reincke of Warsaw, Ind., Joe Reincke and Emma Reincke, both of Fort Wayne; and six great-grandchildren.
Service is 10 a.m. Monday at Concordia Lutheran Church, 4245 Lake Avenue, with calling from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Lutheran Home, Concord Village Chapel, 6701 S. Anthony Blvd. Burial in Concordia Cemetery Gardens. Memorials to Lutheran Home, 6701 S. Anthony Blvd., Fort Wayne, Ind., 46816 or Concordia Lutheran Church, 4245 Lake Avenue, Fort Wayne, Ind., 46815. Arrangements by D.O. McComb & Sons Maplewood Park Funeral Home, 4017 Maplecrest Road.
Newspaper: News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne, IN) Fort Wayne News Sentinel May 06, 1918 Submitters Name: Ida Maack Recu
REINKING, Mrs. Sophia
REINKING: Mrs. Sophia Reinking, wife of Ernst G. Reinging (sic) residing at 50 Brackenridge street, died at 6 o'clock Friday evening, from a complication of diseases, at the age of 46 years Mrs. Retaking had been in poor health for several months, but her illness did not take a serious turn until about one week ago.
Mrs. Reinking was the daughter of Charles Heckman, a well-known Adams county farmer, and had resided in Fort Wayne seventeen years. She was a most estimable lady widely and favorably known. The surviving relatives include the husband, one daughter and two sons, besides the mother, three brothers and three sisters. She was a devoted member of Emmanuel Lutheran church.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence and at 2:30 from Emanuel Lutheran church.
The Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel Wed. June 5, 1901
REPKA Jr, George M.
NewsTribune (La Salle, IL) - Tuesday, November 19, 2002
George M. Repka Jr., 77, of Fort Wayne, Ind., died Nov. 17, 2002, in Parkview Memorial Hospital, Fort Wayne.
Mass of Christian burial will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church, Fort Wayne.
Burial will be at Highland Park Cemetery, Fort Wayne, with full military graveside rites by American Legion Post 409.
Visitation will be 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Home, Fort Wayne with an 8:30 p.m. vigil, and one hour prior to services Wednesday in the church.
Mr. Repka was born Dec. 14, 1924, in La Salle to George and Margaret (Loebach) Repka. He married Trudy Fuchs on Oct 20,1951, in Illinois.
He was a World War II veteran, serving in the U.S. Navy.
He was employed as a chemical engineer at Magnavox Corp. for 36 years until retiring in 1989 and for the past two years was employed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
He was a member of American Legion Post 409 and St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Trudy of Fort Wayne, Ind., one daughter, Debra Barney of Fort Wayne; three grandsons; and one brother, Harold Repka of St. Charles. He was preceded in death by one son, Lee Repka; and one sister.
Memorials may be directed to St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church.
Newspaper: "News Tribune Date": 19 Nov 2002 // Submitters Name: Denise Parsons
RHINEHART, Elizabeth May
Rhinehart — Elizabeth May Rhinehart, age [unreadable, 2 digits] died Saturday at the Indiana School for Feeble-Minded Youth, of which she was an inmate. Interment took place at the institution's cemetery yesterday. Fort Wayne News Sentinel (Fort Wayne, IN); Page: 7 — Monday, April 1, 1918
Rhinehart: Elizabeth May Rhinehart aged ?? years, died Saturday at the Indiana School for the Feeble-Minded Youth, of which she was an inmate. Interment took place at the Institution's cemetery yesterday.
The Fort Wayne News and Sentinel 1918/04/05
Rice-Harvey Rice, a prominent farmer of Allen county, residing near Huntertown, died at his home Thursday afternoon at the age of seventy-seven years. He leaves the widow, a son and a daughter.
Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the residence. Interment at Fairview cemetery at Huntertown.
(July 19, 1912 Fort Wayne News, Fort Wayne Indiana Submitted by S. Williams)
RICE, James A
JAMES A. RICE, 59, of Warsaw, died Thursday, July 10, 2003. Arrangements by Mishler-Eastlund Funeral Home, Harris Chapel, Syracuse.
Mrs Minnie Rider, 67, died yesterday morning at 4:20 at the Luteran Hospital at Fort Wayne of myocarditis. She had been a patient of the hospital since Monday, but had been bedfast at her home in Fort Wayne since Mother's Day. Surviving are the husband Christian Rider three daughters, Mrs Gladys Meyers and Vera Steinbacher, both of Fort Wayne and Mrs Opal Scott, of Adams county, two brothers Stephen and George Todd, of the state of Washington, one sister Mrs. Tena Reed of Fort Wayne. The body was brought to the VanBuskirk Funeral Home and prepared for buriel and returned to the home this morning. Funeral services will be held from the residence at 623 West Superior St. Fort Wayne, Friday at 1:30 P.M. and 2:30 at the East Liberty U.B. Church, Rev Hatfield officiating. Burial in the I.O.F.
Monroeville Breeze (Monroeville, Indiana) 23 May 1940 Thurs, Pg 8
ROBERTSON, Wava R.
WAVA R. ROBERTSON, 89, of Garrett, died Tuesday, July 15, 2003.
Arrangements by Brazzell Funeral Home, Avilla.
W.W. Rogers, 83, Dies Founder Grocery Chain
Chairman of the board of Rogers Markers, W.W. Rogers, 83, of Townhouse Retirement Home, died at 3:55 p.m. Sunday in Lutheran Hospital. He had been a patient there one month. Founder of the grocery chain in 1944, he had previously worked for the Kroger Co., and Hoosier Stores here. He was a member of Plymouth Congregational Church, the Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce. Services will be 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Chalfant-Perry-Klaehn Funeral Home, with Rev. Lawrence Fairchild officiating. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Surviving are three sons, Harry W., Charles E. and John A., and a sister, Mrs. Harriet White, all of Fort Wayne; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Honorary pallbearers will be Paul F. Yergens, Ermin P. Ruf, Willard Shambaugh and Frank S. Bowers. Active pallbearers will be Walter L. Scott, David M. Rhoades, Robert O. Lambert, C.J. Romary, William H. Rogers and John W. Rogers. Preferred memorials are to Plymouth Congregational Church.
News-Sentinel, The (Fort Wayne, IN) - November 16, 1970
—Scottish Rite cathedral, 2:30 p. m., Friday The Rev. Arthur J. Folsom will officiate. The body will be sent by Undertaker W. H. W. Peltier to West Lebanon, Ind., where interment will take place.
The following thirty-third degree Masons will serve as pall-bearers: Charles A. Wilding, Edward E. Miller, F. E. Stouder. Willis Hattersley, David E. Smith, Alfred Reisenbach.
Fort Wayne News and Sentinel Thursday April 4, 1918
ROSSELOT, Virginia P.
Virginia P. Rosselot, 5 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Rosselot, 721 Fourth street, died shortty before 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the Methodist hospital. Death was due to tetanus, which was caused by Infection developing from a splinter which the child ran into one of her toes about a week ago She had been at the hospital but one day. The parents, two brothers, Kenneth and Clarence, and one sister, Miss Lucile, survive.The body was today removed to the home of the grandmother, Mrs.Theresa Noil, 1412 Barthold street, where funeral services will be conducted at ?:30 o'clock Wednesday
Paper: Fort Wayne News Sentinel Date: 1918-06-17;
RUCH, Patricia A
PATRICIA A. RUCH, 53, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, July 15, 2003, at Riverbend Healthcare Center. Born April 28, 1950, in Fort Wayne, she was a former employee of Nichols Bakery as manager of the Thrift Store. She was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband, Richard "Dick" Ruch of Fort Wayne; her parents, Robert and Virginia Minich of Fort Wayne; a son, Gary R. Ruch of Fort Wayne; daughters, Tracey A. Ruch and Rebecca D. Ruch, both of Fort Wayne; a brother, James Minich of Fort Wayne; sisters, Barb Stewart of Elgin, S.C., Joanne Chapman of Fort Wayne, Ruth Gall of Fort Wayne, and Susan Hill of Louisville, Ky.; and three grandchildren. Service is 11 a.m. Friday at St. Therese Catholic Church, 2304 Lower Huntington Road, Fort Wayne, with one hour of calling prior to service. Visitation is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Home for Funerals, 6810 Old Trail Road, with Rosary at 6:00 p.m. Burial at Prairie Grove Cemetery. Memorials to St. Therese Catholic Church or Multiple Sclerosis Society.
RUPP, Ruth M
RUTH M. RUPP, 87, of Berne, died Sunday, July 13, 2003. Arrangements by Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home, Berne.
RUSSEL, Mrs. Mary L.
Russel: Funeral services for Mrs. Mary L. Russel will be held Wednesday morning at 3:30 o'clock at the residence, 824 East Pontiac street. The body will be sent to Auburn at 10:30 o'clock.
The Fort Wayne Sentinel March 6, 1917