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Frederick Charles Arndt, a son of William L. Arndt and his wife Frederieka Nee Simith was horn Decemiber 20, 1&74 in Carrol Township, Ottawa County, Ohio.
OBy the rite of Holy Baptism h was adopted into the family Of saints. He spent his youthful day with his parents on the farm.
He was united in wedlock with Augusta Winter in 18198. This un¬ ion was blest with two daughters^ The one daughter, Erma Marie,- preceded him in .death. This union was dissolved inllM3. On Novem¬ ber 7, 1917, he*was married to Amanda Moesing and to this un¬ ion was born one daughter.
By occupation he followed ag¬ ricultural pursuits, and was re¬ garded as one of* the successful farmers of this viciiiity. He serv¬ ed Ottawa County for" eight years as County Commissioner. He was upright, true and sincere. He had a pleasing personality and there¬ by gained many friends.
He enjoyed fine*! health for many years, but of late was afflicted with a heart ailment which brought his life to a close when he answered the summons of the an¬ gel of death on Wednesday, May 12, 1952 at 6 A.M.
He leaves to mourn his depart¬ ure his deeply ibereaved widow, two daughters, Mrs. G e o r g e Ranch of Oak Harbor and Mfs. Lewis Holland of Elmore, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. E. Flora, Mrs. Mary Herring and Mrs. ,Saim Min- ier,. two sons-in-law, Mr. George Raijich and Mr. Lewis Holland, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
One brother and one sister pre¬ ceded him in death. His pilgrim¬ age on earth was 77 years, 5 months and 1 day.
Funeral Service was conducted Saturday afternoon May 24, 1952
at 2 o'clock in the Robinson Mort¬ uary,
Interment was made in R us haw Cemetery, the Rev. O. C. Doenges officiating.
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