Mrs. Mary BecUerer
Mrs. Mary Becherer, SO, aged resi- \ dent of this piace passed away in the home of her daughter, Mrs, George Ivofkar, Catawba Island, Saturday,
Funeral was held Tuesday afternoon in Mrs. Becherer's home at 615 East Third street, with final services in the St. John's Lutheran Church. Rev. W. A. Siefkes, pastor, conducted the ser¬ vice. Interment was made in Lake- view cemetery.
Mrs. Becherer was born in Friesland Germany, December 13, 1850. She was a daughter of Felkert and Anna Job an ,sen. When twenty-one years old she came to America settling in Port Clin¬ ton. j%.~2*7-Y$3i
She was united in marriage with Frank Klein dienst. Two daughters were born to this union. The husband and father died in 1880. The widow then took as her husband, Albert Becherer, who passed away on July 23 1921. Following his death Mrs. Bech¬ erer resided in the home on East Third street, until about six years ago, since which time she lived with her daugh¬ ters. Mrs. Becherer suffered from diabetes many years. Her last illness was of but one week's duration.
Surviving are the two daughters, Mrs. George Rofkar, Catawba Island; Mrs. Charles Rudolph, Toledo, ten grandchildren and eleven great-grand¬ children.
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