GEORGE B. BECKER George B. Becker, 54, passed away suddenly in his Toledo homo Sunday after a feVief illness. He had been a salesman for the Stan¬ dard Oil Company for 31 years.
Born in Oak Harbor, Mr, Beck- er had lived in Toledo for the past 23 years. He was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Masonic lodges, served as president of the Sohio Quarter Century Club and was a World War I veteran.
Active in Masonic circles, Beck�� er was past master of Triad Lodge, F & AM, past high priest ■ of Calumet Lodge, RAM, past dep- 1 uty grand master of the Grand Lodge of Ohio F & AM, and was a member of Zenobia Shrine and the Scottish Rite.*?-A 7- (15 3 Surviving are the widow, Marge; daughter, Mrs. Betty Bier la, Tole¬ do; sisters, Mrs. M. J. Barnholt, Catawba Island; Mrs. Anna Bal- bach and Mrs. R. A. Barnholt, 1*6 rt Clinton, and Mrs. August Wagner, Sandusky; two brothers, Frank and Ray Becker, Port Clin¬ ton, and one grandson.
Triad Lodge Freemasons conducted I memorial rites Tuesday evening in the Walter Funeral Home, Toledo, where funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery, Sandusky,