Friday, August 28, 1936
Mrs. Mary Busch Dies
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Anna Busch, 75, were conducted by Rev. P. 0. David, Tuesday, August 20, at her home on Route 102 and at St. John's Church here.
The deceased, who was born in Venice, Ohio, came to this community as a girl and has re¬ sided here since then .Her hus¬ band, Charles Busch, died about 18 months ago. She was a mem¬ ber of St .John's Church and Women's Union and also a charter member of the Women's Benefit Association. She was improving in health following a serious illness in the spring and had been able to be up and around. A fall Saturday eve¬ ning necessitated her being tak¬ en to Flower Hospital where she died in the evening-. The interment was at Woodville Cemetery by Burman.
Her survivors are: one son, Charles of Genoa; two daugh- i ters, Mrs. Louise Oder of To¬ ledo and Mrs. Matilda Werner of Chicago; four grandchildren and five great grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Barbara Napp of Detroit; brother, Slgmund Sess- ler of Toledo. Another sister, Mrs. Margaret James, died two years ago.
Mrs. Busch leaves a wide cir¬ cle of friends besides her fam¬ ily, who will mourn her loss.
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