Obituary of Paul Jennings Ott second husband of Frances Perdew

bpg203 Member Photo

Clipped by bpg203

Obituary of Paul Jennings Ott second husband of Frances Perdew - Paul J. Ott Paul Jennings Ott, 57, of 428...
Paul J. Ott Paul Jennings Ott, 57, of 428 Walnut Street, died early this morning in Sacred Heart Hospital, Hospital, where he was admitted March 11. • Born at Terra Alta, he was a son of th'e late Charles and Cora (Nines) Ott. An employe of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company for 35 years, Mr. Ott held membership in the Brotherhood Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and Cumberland Aerie 245, FO Eagles. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Frances (Perdew) Ott; a son P. J. Ott Jr., Baltimore; a daughter, daughter, Mrs. Robert Krampf, this city; a stepson, Joseph Bennett, city; two stepdaughters, Mrs. August Gruenner and Mrs. Walter Walter Collins, both of Baltimore; two sisters, Mrs. Roy Jackson Trona, Calif., and Capt. Lena Reese, with the Army Nurse I Corps at Fort Ord, Calif., three grandchildren and seven step- grandchildren. The body is at the Hafer Funeral Funeral Home where services will be conducted tomorrow at 7 p. m. by Rev. Carlton M. Harris, pastor pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church. The body will be taken to the Bolden Funeral Home, Oakland, where additional services services will be conducted Thursday at 11 a. m. by Rev. "William Patterson, Patterson, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Methodist Church there. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery. a

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times17 Mar 1958, MonPage 9

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)17 Mar 1958, MonPage 9
bpg203 Member Photo
  • Obituary of Paul Jennings Ott second husband of Frances Perdew

    bpg203 – 21 Jun 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in