Clipped From The Sandusky Register
DEATH CLAIMS VENICE WOMAN Urn ffetfttfin Gysan's Rites Will it Mi Wednesday. Mt». Carrie Aniblseft Gysan, ttlfe of Herman Gysan; Sr., of Venice, died at 4:30 o'clock Suftoay aftef- noon tt the residence, aged 89 years and si* months. She resided in Venice for 40 -years and was a #ell-knowft rest- dent of that place. S'ie was an active aftd faithful member of Trinity Lutheran Chutfh at Venice and a llfe-lon* member of the Ladles Mission Society of that church. Besides her husband she Is survived by one daughter* Mrs. carl Bauman of Jackson, Mich.; four sons, the Rev. William H. Gysan of Boston, Mass.; Herman W. Jr., of Sandusky; Carl E. of Cleveland and Earl W. at homv, two sisters, Mrs- Louise A. Nielsen of Venice, and Mrs. Lena Trvin*; of Lorain: two brothers, Fred Amolach of Sandusky and Wllliim of Norfolk. W, Va.. and five grandchildren. The body was taken to tho Lutz Funeral Home and returned to the residence Monday evening whero friends may call. Furcnil services will be at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the residence and at 2 o'clock at Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. John Braun. pastor of the church, offlcatlng. Burial will be In Venice Cemetery.