Dies In Toledo^.
OAK HARBOR '— (Specmf^- Charles L. Bier, 70, who spent his entire life in the same Carroll-twp farm home where he was born, died yesterday at Park View Hos¬ pital in Toledo where he had been a patient for 10 days. His address was Oak Harbor Route 3.
His body is at Robinson funeral home and will be taken at noon Saturday to St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church for services at 2 p.m. The Rev. G. F. Shoup will officiate and burial will be made in Union cemetery. He was a member of St. John's church.
His wife, the former Eleanor T. Schumacher whom be married Sept 3, 1917, died Feb. 13, 1953. Surviving are one son, Arthur W. Bier, Oak Harbor Route 3, em¬ ployed at the Matthews Co.; two grandchildren, Elizabeth Ann and William ;a half-brother, Oscar of San Bernadino, Calif., and a sis¬ ter, Mrs. Ella Ernst of Arlington. Calif. He was born June 30, 1886, son of Harmon and Catherine Sh> del Bier. /^-^W*/j^
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