Illness Is Fatal For Mrs. Benedict
Mrs. Agnes Benedict, 68, 114 Lincoln Drive, member of a prom¬ inent Port Clinton family and wid¬ ow of the late business man Guy Benedict, died Sunday at Magruder hospital after a brief illness. She had been admitted to the hospital Thursday. 7-^ g-/#$:&
Her body is at the Gerner and Wolf mortuary. Funeral services will be held there Tuesday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Paul Reese of Trin¬ ity Methodist church officiating. Burial will be made in Lakeview cemetery.
Mrs. Benedict is survived by one son, William Benedict, Port Clin¬ ton; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Mildred Neideeker> Mrs. Harry Stensen, Port Clinton, and Mrs. John Conley of Rocky River; and one brother, Harley Clausen of Port Clinton. * S,he was born July 17, 1888, at Gypsum, daughter of Herman and Anna Clausen. She had been ill about two weeks, but was able on her birthday Wednesday to go to the home of her son Bill for a family observance of the event.
Her late husband, Guy Benedict, died Oct. 30, 1953. She was a mem¬ ber of the Tuesday Night Club, Leelanau, Club, Methodist church, and Magruder Hospital Guild.
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