Ray A. Dolph
Ray A. Dolph, 70, funeral elf- rector at Ann Arbor, Mich., for more than 40 years, and a prom¬ inent citizen there, died Tuesday, March 6, after a long illness. He was a graduate of Clay-Genoa High School and will be remem¬ bered by many friends here.
He was in the real estate busi¬ ness in Shaker Heights and Lake- wood, O., before coming to Ann Arbor in 1908 to purchase a fun¬ eral home there. Mr. Dolph ser¬ ved as president of the Chamber of Commerce for one year, and at one time was fuel administra¬ tor for the state and county. In the 1920's he was owner and de¬ veloper of the Lakewood subdiv¬ ision.
Born Nov. 10, 1885, at Elmore, O., he was educated at Genoa and Ohio Northern University, Ada, (X He was a member of many civic and social organizations in Ann Arbor. 3 - / U -5^
He is survived by his wife Olive, formerly of Toledo; a son, Prof. Charles L. Dolph of Ann Arbor; two grandsons; brother 1 Clarence, of Genoa; three sisters, Mrs. Lucy McRitchie of Genoa, Mrs. Clara Burkett of Cleveland, and Mrs. Mae Martin of Bowling Green.
Services were held at Ann Ar¬ bor.
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