Eugene Benore Funeral Today
Funeral services for Eugene Be¬ nore, 69, of Rt. 2, were helcU to¬ day at 2 from Pilgrim Holiness church with the Rev. Orville Awe officiating and burial in Riverview cemetery. /£ -<f -/$5~T
Mr. Benore died Friday in Ma¬ gruder hospital. His body was at the Neidecker-Eberle-LeVeck mor¬ tuary until noon today when it was taken to the church to lie in state until the services.
Mr. Benore worked at the U. S. Gypsum Co. for 37 years, retiring two years ago. He was born Apr. in 1888, in Bono. Surviving are his wife Palestine; a son, Arthur Be¬ nore; daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Meinke and Mrs. Dorothy Hunter; stepdaughters, Mrs. Isabelle Lo- rensen, Mrs. Lydia Beggs, Mrs. Elsie Fletcher, Mrs. Effie Burns of Painseville, Mrs. Lillian Neil- sen; stepsons, Robert and Herman Ohlinger; brothers, Joseph Benore Jr. and Edward Benore, and sister Miss Libby Benore. All but Mrs. Burns are from Port Clinton.
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