1972-08-25 Koch, G Earl obit

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1972-08-25 Koch, G Earl obit - Obituaries G. Earl Koch Mass of the...
Obituaries G. Earl Koch Mass of the Resurrection for G. Earl Koch, 75, 2771 Eugenie Ln., Westwood, will be at 9:30 a. m. Saturday Saturday in St. Catharine Church. A former president of Auto and Aero Supplies Inc., Mr. Kock died Wednesday in Providence Hospital. He was active in the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE); a veteran of World Wars I and II, he was a retired major In the Air Force. Mr. Koch had been a member of te Rotary Club of Cincinnati since 1930, a life member of the Cincinnati Cincinnati Club, and was affiliated with the Cincinnati Traffic Club, Purcell Council of the Knights of Columbus Columbus and the Holy Name Society of Si. Catharine Church. He is survived survived by his wife, Mrs. Lucille Koch; his daughter, Mrs. Betty Lou T o r b e c k, Cincinnati; two sons, George W., Potomac, Md.; and Jack E., Houston, Texas; two sisters, Miss Adelaide Koch and Mrs. Ida Vonderahe, both of Cincinnati, and 22 grandchildren. There will be no visitation. The family requests that contributions be made to the Heart Fund. Burial will be in St. Joseph New Cemetery, Pedretti and Foley Rd., Price Hill. The Gilligan Funeral Funeral Home, 3671 Warsaw Ave., Price Hill, is In charge of arrangements. Donald K, Evans Evans; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Evans, Lincoln Heights; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Green; his great-grandmother, great-grandmother, great-grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Well-man; Well-man; Well-man; six brothers, Julian Jr.; Rodney; Rodney; Gregory, Robert; Claude and Osby Lee and three sisters, Deborah, Deborah, Linda, and Terri, all at home. Visitation will be 6-9 6-9 6-9 p. m. Sunday at the funeral home. Burial will be In Beech Grove Cemetery, Wyoming. Daniel J. Beyer Memorial services for Daniel J. Beyer, 30, 7849 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, were Thursday night at the Hawthorne Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy. He will be buried today in Arlington Memorial Gardens. Mr. Beyer, who died Tuesday in Deaconess Deaconess Hospital, was a native Cin-cinnatian. Cin-cinnatian. Cin-cinnatian. He operated a bake shop in Ft. Myers, Fla., the last few years, returning to Cincinnati last October because of ill health. He was a member of Western Hills Lodge 762, F&AM. Mr. Beyer is survived survived by his wife, Sandra R.; two daughters, Lisa and Kris, and two sons, Daniel and Michael; his parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beyer, Cape Coral, Fla., and his brother, William Beyer, Cape Coral. His father father was a printer on the old Times-Star Times-Star Times-Star for 45 years. ' of

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer25 Aug 1972, FriPage 22

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)25 Aug 1972, FriPage 22
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