Mrs. Hattie Dunmire Dies x At Home of Heart Attack
Mrs. Hattie L. Dunmire, 71, of 'Lindsey, died suddenly in ber home there Monday, where she lived alone. The body was found by her daughter, Mrs. Earl Over¬ myer, who believes she succumb¬ ed to a heart attack as she was arising- that morning*. Albert H. Burmann, Elmore funeral direct¬ or, was called and brought the body to the Burmann mortuary here. Later it was taken to the Earl Overmyer home north of Lindsey,, where last rites were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 and at 2 o'clock at the Evangel¬ ical church at Lindsey. Rev. N. W. Sager officiated, with Mr, Burmann in charge, and inter¬ ment was in Lindse}7 cemetery.
The widow of Henry Dunmire, who died four and a half years ago, Mrs. Dunmire is survived by her only daughter, Mrs. Overmy-
;_ two sisters, Mrs George Het-
rick of Lindsjey and Mrs. Charles
Bloom of Fremont; a son, Harry
1 Dunmire of Oak Harbor having
died about a year ago.
The deceased was born in Ful¬ ton County, Ohio, a daughter of
Albert and Flora Overmyer.
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