HOWELL, Feb 25 -- Funeral services for Chester B. Dean, 78-year-old
Conway township farmer, who was fatally injured when hit by an automobile
while wintering at Daytona Beach, Fla., were held from the Vogt funeral
home, Fowlerville, Monday at 3 o'clock, with burial in Greenwood
Mr. Dean is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Aneon Dietrick of Conway township and Mrs. Carl Woodruff of Kalamazoo, and one son, Glenn of Conway, with whom he lived. There are also six grandchildren.
Source: Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Monday 25 Feb 1935.
Duluth, Minn., July 13. -- Charles A. Duncan, secretary and
treasurer of the Duncan & Brewer Lumber company, officer
and director of several otehr Duluth business organizations
and a resident here for 54 years, died at his home early
Saturday morning. He was 65 years old.
Mr. Duncan, who was confined to his home for the past 10 weeks, died as a result of heart disease.
He helped to organize and finance the Great Northern Power company in 19003 and became its first president. At the time of his death he was president of the American Carbolite company and the Curbic Manufacturing company, vice president of the Grant Oil company, secretary and treasurer of the Duncan Lumber company, and a director of the American Exchange National bank, the Zenith Furnace company, the Duluth Morris Plan company and the Duluth Crushed Stone company.
Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), Monday 14 Jul 1924
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