Clipped From Anderson Herald
the LAPEL -- Eugene Sylvester, 60, of 700 Woodward St., died 'uesday morning at St. John's Hospilal after a short illness. He had been employed 17 Â·ears at the Howe Fire Appara- us. Born in Hamilton County, west of Lapel, he was a son of lezekiah and Laura Sylvester. le had allended the Lapel school. He was a member of he Prairie Baptist Church and ;he Farm Bureau. Funeral services have been set for 2 p.m. Friday at Ihe Baker Brothers Funeral Home. Ttie Rev. Harry Smith of the Ford Street United Methodist Church will be the minister in charge. Interment will be in Ihe Brookside Cemetery. The family will receive friends al the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. Survivors include Ihe widow, Bernita Tull Sylvester; lo whom he was married in IMS; a sister, Mrs. Anna Kepner of Cicero; four brothers, Otiarles Sylvester, Glen Sylvcsler, and Fred Sylvester, all of Anderson, and Clyde Sylvester of, Fortville.