Clipped From The Delphos Courant
CARISNYDER DIES AT LIMA Death Occurs at Memorial Hospital Afonday Following Heart Attack—Survived by Wife and One Daughter — Funeral Wed. itesday at 2:00 P, M. Carl Snyder, an invalid patient in the two Lima hospitals since February 28, 1937, died of a heart attack, at 8:00 a. m. Monday in Memorial hospital. Mr. Snyder received a spinal injury when he fell while carrying a .quarter of beef at the A. and P. grocery, store. Permanent paralysis of his legs resulted. Prior to his injury, Mr. Snyder was in charge of the meat department at the Kroger Store in this city, and resided in this city. Surviving are his widow, Lois, 'and a daughter, Carlee, at 743 North Elizabeth' street, a brother, Nicholas, and two sisters Mrs Margaret Knoble and Mjs. Catherine Seinets, all of Massilon, and another sister, Mrs. Rose Turney, of Ft. Wayne. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday in the Colonial chapel at the Siferd and Son funeral home, where the body will remain. The Rev. Paul H. Graeser will officiate. Burial will bo in Rockport cemetery.