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 - OBITUARIES L Millhouse, 51, Of Fairborn, Dies...
OBITUARIES L Millhouse, 51, Of Fairborn, Dies Monday FAffiBORN -- Harry Ken- Millhouse, 51, of 100$ S. Maple Ave., died at 2:15 pjn. Moriday in Kettering Memorial Hospital, after being admitted there Saturday. i Mr. Millhouse was a civil engineer and branch chief ol water and sewage division at Wrig* - Patterson AF Base, where he had worked for 26 years. He was born Dec. 21, 1914^ in Oiney Springs, Cob., and" had lived in Fakborn 20 years. He was the son of Harry B. aod Olive E. Millhouse. He was a member of WPAFB Quarter Century Club, Fairborn VFW and Fraternal Order of Eagles, Wright Aerie No. 2641 of Fairbom. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his widow, Florence; one son, Larry, and two daughters, Pamela and Marilyn, at home; his mother, Mrs. Olive Anderson of Romona, Calif., and o n e brother, Ward Millhouse of San Diego, Calif. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in Burchani Funeral Home,. 119 E. Main St, by Rev. Louis Bangerter, with burial, in Byron Cemetery, Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pan. Wednesday. the former Witma Liebelt in ex-pupil of fee class of 1925, and a son^ Andrew, both at home. ^ P.ineral services will be held in Columbus Thursday at 2 at the O.R. Woodyard Funeral Home, 255 E. State St, with burial in Glen Rest Cemetery. Friends may call at tbe funeral borne frem 7 to 9 tonight. Mrs. O.B. Kneisly FAIRBORN -- Services wfll be conducted at 10 Wednesday at Morris Sons Funeral Home, 1809 E. Third St, Dayton, for Mrs. Besse Wrede Kneisly, widow of Dr. O.B. Kneisly of 1303 Riverside Dr., Mrs. Lena Sears YELLOW SPRINGS -- Mrs. Lena B. Sears, 82, of Bos Route 1 here, died at 8 today in Springfield Mercy Hospital Mrs. Sears was born Feb. 1883, in Fruitland, Md., the daughter of Otis and Elizabeth Cathell Robertson. She had lived most of her life in Philadelphia, but had moved to Yellow Springs eight years ago make her h o m e daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Betscher here. She was a member of Baptist Church in Philadelphia. Other survivors include another daughter, Mrs. Audrey Lyden of Hollywood, Calif.; and Charles Sampson of Miami, FJa.; five grandchildren and great - grandcidren. The body was brought to Jackson, . Lytle and Funeral Home herej where wfll be sent to Oliver H. Funeral Home, 1820 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. wher* services will be conducted a 10:30 ajn, Saturday. Burial

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  1. Xenia Daily Gazette,
  2. 11 Jan 1966, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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