Frank E. Baker
Frank E, Baker, 82, rural El¬ more, died Monday ..at 10:30 a.m at his home. He had been in fail¬ ing health five years. /^/CA
The native of rural Elmore was born June 13, 1880. son of John and Sarah Jane Wainwright Ba¬ ker. He was a member of Elmore Christian church. The deceased had been a farmer, former em¬ ploye of the New York Central railroad and the Ohio Public Ser¬ vice Company. /J - //- /9CX,
Surviving are his widow, Mabel, whom he married September 8, 1910 in Fremont; son, Gerald, Fre¬ mont; daughters, Mrs. Luther Gor¬ don and Mrs. Harold Undhorst, both of Toledo; Mrs. Edwin Wilka, Genoa, and Mrs. Donald Sprow, Elmore; a sister, ' Mrs. Frank Walter, Fremont, and a niece, Mrs. Kenneth Royce of Toledo, who resided with Mr. and Mrs. Ba- ker for a time. There are 12 grandchildren and five great¬ grandchildren.
Friends may call at the .Sabios- ke-Myers funeral home, Elmore.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. ,in Elmore Christian church with the Rev. Luther Redmon officiating.. Burial will be in Elmore Union ceme¬ tery.
The family requests memorial tributes be contributions to the church Memorial fund.
BAKER—FRANK E., of Rural Route Elmore, Monday, age 83, years. Sur¬ viving are his wife, « Mabel; son, Gerald of Fremont; daughters, Mrs. Luther Gordon and Mrs. Harold Lind- horst both of Toledo, Mrs. Edwin. Wilka of Genoa. Mrs. Donald Sprow, Elmore; niece, Mrs. Kenneth Royce, Toledo; siste,r, Mrs. Frank Walter, Fremont: 12 ' grandchfldren; 5 great-
frandchildren. Friends may call at he Sabroski and Myers Funeral Home until Thursday noon, when re- removal will be made to The Elmo'i'e Christian Church where services will be held at 2 p.m. Burial Union Cemetery. The Family requests that memorial tributes take the form nf contributions to The Elmore Chris¬ tian Church Memorial Fund.
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