William H Spiker obituary
.yes- B. WILLIAM SPIKER MIDLAND--William H. Spik- er, 52, died yesterday at Me- morial Hospital, Cumberland. Born in Mt. Savage, he a son of Edgar and Jennie Donald Spiker. He was an employe of ese Fibers Company and a member of the Midland Volun- teer Fire Company. Surviving are his wife, Ruth (Gallagher) S p i k e r daughters. Shirley M. and Eu- Lee Spiker and Mrs. Diana i Schurg. all of here; a son.| is tne Thomas D Spiker. here; a P F.j ginia; a brother. Thomas Spik- er, Paw Paw, and two grand- children. - i an.) iiun.it, ler. Mrs. Janet Spiker of Vir- of ,,,,,,,. , i, ra ,i,Â», Ti,Â« m Â« cTMv O The ^ is at ^ E f h o TM : Funcral Home whcre fnends u " * r"'/" , Â« 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 will be received today from until 9 p.m. and tomorrow p. and 7 p.m. A service will be conducted there Saturday at 2 p.m. Rev. C. C. Hunt of Belvoir. Interment will be in Memorial Park. I *"'