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Albert Domrose Dies At 85 Years
Albert Domrose, 84, well known (Erie-twsp resident and retired manager of the Highland Cherry Orchards at Bellevue, died Friday at the Maple Lane Rest Home on Route 163 where he had been a patient since Feb. 1. 3 -//-/f^" '7
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 from the Gerner and Wolf funeral home. The Rev. John Braun will officiate and burial will be made in Riverview Cemetery.
Mr. Domrose is survived by two sons, William of Oak Harbor, and George of Danbury,* seven grand¬ children and six great grandchil¬ dren. He was born in Germany Sept. 2, 1882. His wife, Metia, pre¬ ceded him in death.
Mr. Domrose was recognized throughout tihe state as an out¬ standing orchardisi with a long record of experience in fruit work.
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