Warren G. Terrill

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Warren G. Terrill  - Man Is Stricken Near Son's Body Warren G....
Man Is Stricken Near Son's Body Warren G. Terrill Dies 10 Minutes Later Here OIL CITY Warren G. Terrill, 80, of 234 Main Street, father of Edward Lester Terrill, 56, who died Monday evening, died in the Oil City Hospital at 10:20 p. m. Wednesday. The local man was viewing the body of his son at the Crawford Funeral Home shortly before 10 o'clock last night before the funeral home closed. As he turned around he staggered slightly and was helped to a nearby chair. When it was realized he had suffered a heart attack and was unconscious, he was rushed by ambulance to the hospital where he died ten minutes later. He never regained consciousness from the time he suffered the attack. His two sons, daughter, and grandsons were with him at the time and were just ready to leave the funeral home when the tragedy occurred. v Mr. Terrill's son, who was stricken in the Relief Street parking lot Monday and died that evening, was buried this afternoon. Warren G. Terrill, a retired city employe, was born in Town-ville March 24, 1877. He was the son of Thomas and Sarah Shorts Terrill. He moved to Oil City in 1904 and lived since then in his Main Street residence. He was married July 4, 1899, to Goldie Fox, who preceded him in death October 23, 1950. The couple celebrated their golden wedding anniversary jn 1949. Mr. Terrill had worked for the Joseph Reid Gas Engine Co. for 37 years. He was an employe of the city street department for 12 years, retiring in 1954. An ardent coon hunter, he was a mender of the Venango Fox and Coon Hunters' Association and Buck Tails. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Stanley iLoretta) Fedorek, with whom he made his home, and two sons, Archie R. Terrill and Norman O. Terrill, both of Hammond, Ind. Also surviving are 10 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; one great great-grandchild; and one brother, Don Terrill of Town-ville. The body is in the Crawford Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p. m. today. Funeral arrangements ' will be announced.

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  1. The News-Herald,
  2. 18 Apr 1957, Thu,
  3. Page 13

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