Clipped From The Evening News
Lawrence Koyl Lawrence Koyl, 86, died early Sunday at Plummor Hospital in the Canadian Sault, where he had been a patient for the past 15 months. A former Michigan Sauk resident, he was at one time a cabinet maker with the Lock Cily Manufacturing Company here. He moved lo Sault, Onl. after he became associated with the Hollingsworth Company and had lived there for many years. Surviving are a brother, Clar- j ence Koyl of Barryton, Mich., a former manuel training toach- er here; and two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Wild (Helenc) of E:g Eapids and Mrs. John Craynor (Ethel) of Walla Walla, Wash. Funeral services are being held this afternoon at 3:15 at ihe Arthur Funeral Home in the Canadian Sault. wilti the Rev. D. McGregor officiating.