The Daily Reporter (Dover, Ohio), 6 January 1971, Page 6 - Sarah Sullivan obit

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No. in its the in incidents. understandable. in bituaries Phila man found dead Coroner Philip Doughten has given a ruling of "accidental" in the death of George R. Handrich, Handrich, 61,1 of 1146 2nd st. NW, New Philadelphia. His body was found by a friend and police in a car in the basement garage of his home at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Police said the ignition Was on and the gasoline tank wsjs empty. Mr. Handrich was found on the front seat with one foot out of the Car. He walked with two canes ahd both were on the rear seat and his hat was on the front fender. Police said there the was ] no: evidence he had been no '"" official were Soviet Jews received of it en- working on the car. Police said they were contacted contacted shortly before noon by Clarence Mumaw of 2711 Mohican Mohican dr., Dover. He said he had tried to reach Mr. Handrich by telephone and then had gone to the home but was unsuccessful in contacting him. Upon arriving at the home, police removed a screen and unlocked unlocked a door to gain entry; Authorities Authorities said the man had been dead several days. be the and in the to steps moment continue as a became profit, of order of all and and of filed general's accounting suit land, belongs n i e s Buyer's and All defendants Mr. Handrich, who retired' from the U.S. Ceramic Tile Co. at East Sparta in 1965 because of ill health, was a member of Bisel United Methodist Church and New Philadelphia Moose Lodge. He was born in Dover, a son of the late Fred and Etta Dickey Dickey Handrich. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Donald (Wilma) Wendling of Dover and Mrs. George (Anna) Abel of Bolivar, and two brothers, Raymond of RD 3, Dover, Dover, and Dale of RD 1, Coshocton. Coshocton. Services will be Thursday at 3 in Toland-Herzig Funeral Home at Dover with Rev. Calvin King and Rev. Howard Knittle officiating. officiating. Interment will be in Dover Dover Burial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9. Homer Affolter Homer R. Affolter, 79, a -retired -retired employe of Varga Coal Co., was dead on arrival Tuesday Tuesday at Union Hospital after suffering suffering an apparent heart attack in his home at 325 Front av. SW, New Philadelphia. A life resident of the county, he was born near Nineveh to Gottlieb and Mary Ann Waltz Affolter. In addition to his parents parents he was preceded' in death by a son and 11 brothers and sisters, He was a charter member of Schoenbrunn Moravian Church and the Home Department of the Sunday school and a member member of Modern Woodmen of sisters and brothers, She is survived survived by a sister and several other nieces atid- nephews. Services will'b«'the v Nix6n Funeral Home in PaihesviWe and, interment will M, in Clever la;nd. '"'',' X" •*•;' ;•'' Bryant infant Graveside services > will be conducted Friday at 10 in Dover Burial Park for Tammy Sue Bryant who was stillborn Tuesday Tuesday in Union Hospital. The infant is survived by her parents, Robert and-Susan Porcher Porcher Bryant of RD 1, Sugarcreek; Sugarcreek; a sister, Faye Ann anc two brothers, Robert Lee and Bobbie Lee, and a grandmother Mrs. Martha Bryant of RD 1 Newcomerstown. Linn-HerkGeib Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Hubert Martin DENNISON - Mrs. Huber (Rosa) Martin, 46, of 22 Stillwater av. died in a Massil Ion hospital Tuesday morning following a seven-year illness. Born in Guernsey County, she was a daughter of the lati James and Eliza Abrom McCall and was a former res dent of Stillwater. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are six daughters and four sons, Mrs. Beverley Veigel of here, Mrs. Donna Haney of Tuscarawas, Mrs. Elaine Haney noon in Wiliiam Wendell resurrection Bared on. o 4 and Home at Victor in ;onight Mrs. Friday United ng hours 4:30 and Funeral Home Ameripa. Surviving are his widow, Olive; three sons, Benny of Texas City, Tex., Edward of Warner Robins, Ga., and James, Frankfort, Ind.; five daughters, Mrs. Walter (Mary) Calendine, Mrs. Eugene (Betty Jane) Swonger Swonger and Mrs. Elmer (Helen) Calendine of RD 1, Dover, Mrs. first Nixon meeting 1616 N. police that window was Sanford program Presby- He who his ex- in helicopter Rober San Rotarian Twin and were illnesses, Bennie (Doddie) Bucher of Millersburg Millersburg and Mrs. Robert (Martha) (Martha) Dillon of New Philadelphia; Philadelphia; a brother, Elmer of New Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs. Victor (Beulah) Roth of Tuscarawas; 13 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren. Services will be Friday at 1:30 in Kaserman Naylor Funeral Home with Rev. Wilfred Harke officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Burial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. James L. Harper Janies Lewis Harper, 74,* of 131 6th dr. SW, New Philadelphia, Philadelphia, died this morning in Union Hospital after a brief illness. illness. A 43-year employe of the Belmont Belmont Stamping and Enameling lo., he later was employed in the New Philadelphia Water De- lartment and by the Puritan Laundry Co. He was born in New Philadelphia, Philadelphia, a son of David and Phoebje Simmers Harper and a member of New Philadelphia Philadelphia Church of the Nazarene. Surviving are his widow, Minnie Minnie Sherbert Harper and two sisterff, Mrs. Martha Ryan of Mentor and Mrs. Stella Baxter of Canton. A brother and sister are deceased. Services will be Friday at 2:30 in Kjaserman-Naylor Funeral Home with Rev. Arthur Brown as officiant. Burial will be in East Avenue Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursjday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Mrs. Sarah Sullivan of Dover, Kenneth and William of Toledo and Sharon, Darrell, James, Debbie and Kathy of the home; 13 brothers and sisters, and eleven grandchildren. Private services will be Thursday at 1 in R.K. Lindsey Funeral Home with Rev. John Sutton officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Wilson services CADIZ — Services will be Thursday at 2 in Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home for John Arthur Wilson, 59, of RD 1, who diec 'Monday of a heart attack in his home. Rev. Loman Fish and Rev Leland Floyd will officiate and burial will be in Holly Memoria Gardens at Pleasant Grove Friends may call this afternoon and night at the funeral home. Born at Winterset, he was a son of Howard L. and Margaret E. Host Wilson. He was employed employed in the traffic division of the Ohio Department of Highways Highways and was a member of Hopedale United Methodist Church and Hopedale Grange. Wilson was active in 4-H for 11 years and in Harrison County Fair. Surviving are his widow, the former Winnie Brewer; a son and daughter, John J. and Wendy Wendy Lee of the home; three sisters, sisters, Ruth Wilson of here, Mrs. Mary Horn of Jewett and Mrs. Bessie Cunningham of Negley. Rev. J.E. Youngen WOOSTER — Rev. Jacob Eugene Eugene Youngen, 78, former pastor of the Trinity United Church of Christ here, died Tuesday in Fairhaven Home for the Aged at Upper Sandusky. Bom in Ragersville, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs., Jacob Youngen. Ordained in 1920, he served parishes in Germantown, Canton, Wooster, Bascom and Reedsburg, 0., and Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville, Ind. Surviving is his widow, the former May Clugston; a son, Dr. Robert Youngen of Toledo and six grandchidren. A daughter daughter is deceased. The Youngen's observed their 50th wedding anniversary in May, prior to moving to Fairhaven, Fairhaven, the United. Church of Christ retirement home. Services will be Thursday at 2 in Trinity United Church of Christ here. There will be no calling hours. Interment will be in Wooster Cemetery. Mrs. Sarah Mentor, aunt Sullivan, pf Mrs. 82, of Bruce Joseph Craigo NEWCOMERSTOWN - Joseph Joseph Craigo of McKinley av died this morning in Guernsey Memorial Hospital at Cam bridge. Arrangements are pending ai Ourant Funeral Home. Servi (Ada) Rousch of Dover and Gilbert Gilbert Holler of RD 1, Bolivar, died |Tuesday in a Painesville hospital. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and 10 ices Mrs. Carnieila Farbizo — Thursday at 10 in Toland-Herzig Funeral Home. Calling hours tonight from 7 to 9. Mrs. Viola Babe — Thursday at 1:30 in Toland-Herzig Funeral Home. Calling hours today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Mrs. Leo Fisher — Thursday at 1:30 in Fischer Funeral Home at Warsaw. Calling hours tonight from 7 to 9 and Thursday Thursday until time of services. Mrs. Birdie Wade — Thursday at 2 in Midvale United Methodist Methodist Church. Calling hours today and tonight and Thursday until _

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