Carl Brisgger Dead At 73
W. Carl Brugger, 73, Ottawa County dog warden for the past six years and widely-known in sports circles as -a judge in dog field trials and as a semi-pro baseball umpire, died at his home at 542M> Fremond-rd at 8:25 a.m. today. J^'/V't^S
Mi*. Brugger had been bedfast for the past 10 weeks.
Prior to moving to Port Clin¬ ton in 1952, Mr. Brugger had served as dog warden in Sandusky County for 10 years.
He was born on Oct..27, 1884 in Fremont, the son of William and Josephine Brugger.
He leaves his wife, Dollie, and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Wenrick, Toledo.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Mon¬ day in the Mitchell Funeral Home at Clyde with the Rev. F. A. Jordan of the Lutheran Church officiating. Burial will be in Mc¬ pherson cemetery, Clyde.
Friends may call at the Mitch¬ ell Funeral home Saturday even¬ ing.
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