The Evening Independent - Massillon, 2 Sept 1075 p. 3, col 3-4
Rev. James Cline, her pastor and the Rev. Ned J. McMillen, pastor of St. Stephen Martyr Lutheran Church of Jackson Township will officiate. Intermmt will be in Sunset Hills Burial Park. Frierxte may call at the Karto and Sons Funeral home, North Canton, Wednesday from 2:30 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. MJckMl (Mickey) Fedor Michael (Mickey) Fedor, 89, of 3624 Millvate ave NE, Canton, died Saturday evening in Timken-Mercy Hospital, Canton, following a lengthy illness. A native of Braddock, Pa., he was a retired employe of the Perm-Central Railroad. He was a former professional boxer in Canton, Alliance and various parts of the United States in the lightweight and middleweight divisions. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anna Fedor; three daughters; Mrs. Robert (Michaelene) Saunier cf Louisville, Miss Mary Fedor of Canton and Mrs. Jack (Margaret) Haines of Massillon; a son, .James T. Fedor of East Canton, seven sisters, a brother and six grandchildren. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Spiker-Foster Funeral Home, Canton. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Perry Township. Friends may call at the funeral home, this evening from 7 to 9. Charles Marshall Charles Marshall, 50, of 1318 13th st SE, Canton, was dead on arrival early this morning at Aultman Hospital, Canton. He was taken to the hospital by Jackson firemen who were called at 1:08 a.m. *n the Sheraton Belden Ini . 4375 Metro cl NW, Jackson Township, Township, where he became ill. The body has been taken to the Brogden Funeral Home, Canton, where services are being arranged. Mrs. Edward Feiman Mrs. Edward (Blanche) Feiman, 61, of 236 19th st NW, Canton, a well known Canton Jewish leader, died Saturday in Aultman Hospital in Canton, following a lengthy illness. A resident of Canton for 35 years, she had volunteered her services as principal of Temple Israel Religious School for 25 of those years. • This past year, Mrs. Feiman served as consultant on religious education there, creating the Learning Resource Center which houses various materials on Jewish history, religion, literature, the Bible and Israel. The' innovation earned her the Gamoran Curriculum Award of the National Association of Temple Educators. Mrs. Feiman had served as president of Canton Hadassah, education chairman of Temple Israel Sisterhood and Hadassah, co-founder of Canton Community Hebrew School, founder of Adult Institute of Jewish Studies sponsored by Canton Jewish Federation, and was a member and speaker of the Canton Panel of American Women. She received national recognition as recipient of the honorary degree of Fellow of Jewish Education, awarded by the National Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Central Conference of American Rabbis. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Edward M. Feiman; three daughters, Mrs. Dan (Ruth) Toker and Miss Unda Feiman, both of Beer Sheva, Israel, and Miss Sharon Feiman of Chicago; a son, Jonathan Feiinan of Chicago, her mother, a sister and a brother. A funeral service was held this .morning In Temple Israel Canton, of which she was a member. Interment was made in North Lawn Cemetery in Canton. George Wtertey Fuueral The funeral of George 0. Wherley, 85, formerly of 3514 W. Moreland rd NW, Canton, was held today at 1 p.m. in the Reed Funeral Home, Canton. The Rev. Paul Klett, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church of Plain Township, of which he was a member, officiated. Interment was made in Crown Hill Cemetery, Twinsburg. There were no calling hours. Mr. Wherley, who resided more recently at the Chapel Hill Home, Canal Fulton, died Saturday morning in the Massillon City Hospital of complications following an extended illness. Born in Tuscarawas County near New Philadelphia, he was employed for 35 years by the Timken. Co. of Canton. He worked in Canton and Columbus, returning in 1930 to Canton. Following his retirement in 1954 as general credit manager for Timken's, he was employed by the former Mortgage Security Co. He was a 50-year member of Canton Elks Lodge 68, a member of the advisory board and treasurer of the Stark County Humane Society and served on the advisory board of the Salvation Army and was a member of the American Associety of Retired Persons. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen L. Wherley of Chapel Hill Home; a son, Richard C. Wherley of Cleveland; a sister, Mrs. Ida Thompson of New Philadelphia; two brothers, Elmer Whefley r>f New Philadelphia and Frederick Wherley of Warren and four grandchildren. Paul J. Spinden Sr. Funeral The funeral of Paul J. Spinden Sr., 80, of Buena Park, Cal., a former Canton resident, will be held Wednesday at Crestlawn Memorial Park, Riverside, Cal. where interment interment will be made. Mr. Spinden died Saturday in a hospital in Buena Park, Calif, following a lengthy illness. A veteran of World War I, he retired from the Timken Co. in 1960. His wife, Mrs. Edith Spinden, died in 1969. He is surivived by three daughters, Mrs. Carl (Gloria) Weichert of Navarre, Mrs. Bernie (Dolores) Belt of Buema Park and Mrs. Donald (Grace) Underbrink of Beaumont, Calif.; two sons, Paul J. Spinden Jr. and Karl A. Spinden both of Massillon, 18 grandchildren and four great- grandchildren.