M Sherbinow obituary
M<’(• iiir«* Sherbenow, a pioneer resident of Escanaba and know to many people throughout this district, pass 'd away yesterday morning at the Cot. tage hospital after but a comparatively short illness For the past few years. Mr. Sherbenow had made his home with Ills daughter, Mrs. 1 ouis Harmon, at Cornell and when he bp- entne ill at that plac** he was brought to the Cottage hospital for treatment Owing to the patient’s advanced years nothing could be done to hair the complication of disease.! that had levelOjM u and yesterday inorniu.» Tie passed peorefully away. The body v. as removed to V undertaking rxuns of J A. All » where ;t will be prepared for burial. Funeral services will be conducted over the body at St. Joseph's church at 9 j’clork on Thursday morning, Rev. Father Julius officiating. Mr. Sherbenow was born at Planta- gant, Ont., S3 years ago. He came to Escanbaa 52 years ago and continuously made this city his home until after the death of his wife when Ilf went to Cornell to reside with hlf daughter. He was well known to all of the old residents of Ksdanaba, tt many of whom the announcement of his death will come as a severe shocii as but few knew of his serious illness. 11»* is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harmon, of Cornell, together with two brothers, one residing at Detroit and one at Hillsdale, Can.