Clipped From The Zanesville Signal
17, a and at of at e a r Injuries Fatal To G. W. McKay George W. McKay, 47, president of the Dean and Barry company, paint manufacturers, died early today today at White Cross hospital, Columbus, Columbus, from injuries sustained Sunday morning when struck by an automobile on Route 33 a distance north of Columbus* He was well known in Zanesville, where he leaves a number of relatives including two aunts, Mrs. t John Wolfe and Miss Edna Jones of Amelia street, and an uncle, Hex-man T. Jones, Findley avenue. Col. E. C. Jones of Unity Farm, is abo an uncle. Mr. McKay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McKay of Columbus, are natives of Morgan county. The fatal accident occurred as Mr, McKay was walking across highway. Charles Reither, driver of the "car which struck him, was being questioned today by Franklin Franklin county authorities. Mr. McKay was a member of York lodge, F. A. M.; Scottish Rite, the Shrine, Scioto Country club and the Upper Arlington Community church. His home was Onandaga drive, Upper Arlington. Immediate surviors are his widow, widow, Catherine Ewing McKay; a son, Robert D. McKay, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McKay. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Upper Arlington Community church. The body has been taken to the home.