Harmon C. Avers
Harmon Co Avers, 53, rural Ei-j more farmer, died unexpectedly \ Wednesday afternoon at his home, j Surviving are his widow, the j former Lucy Kontak; sons, Wil-1 bur, Reynoldsburg, 0.; Frederic, I Bowling Green; daughters, Mrs. | Suzanne Geisler, Elmore, and j Lynn, at home; brothers, Law- j rence, Pemberville; Carl, Elmore; a sister, Mrs, Carroll (Mabel) Overmyer, south Collinwood boule¬ vard: five grandchildren and his father, John Avers, Elmore.
The lifelong resident of the El¬ more area was born July 17, 1908, son of John and Emma Lohrbach Avers, His mother is deceased.
Mr. Avers was a member of! the Trinity Lutheran church El¬ more and the Men's club of the j
j Friends may call at the j j Sabroske and Myers funeral home, Elmore, until Saturday noon when •removal will be made to the church for services at 2 p.m. when the casket will be closed. The Rev. Erwin Geitz will offic- j iate with burial in Ellison ceme¬ tery. I The family requests memorial | tributes be in the form of dona-» tions to be building fund of Trinity : Lutheran church. I^bl
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