Mrs. Tenia Bock
Mrs. Tena Bock, 73, former Port Clinton woman, died at her home in Clevealnd last Saturday. The body was brought to Port Clinton Tuesday when burial services were held from tho, funeral home of John A. Neideek- er, conducted by the Rev. A. T. Law- son of the St. Thomas F-piseopal church. 3 - ?^£'l9?/ O
Mrs. Bock was a former Port Clin¬ ton resident until gxnng to -Cleveland to live a few years ago. She was one of this city's most prominent women, and was highly respected by all who
re acquainted with her. Shortly after leaving- Port Clinton to make her home in Cleveland she became ill, and «as confined to her. home there for several months, until death finally re¬ lieved her of her sufferings.
She is survived by two chidlren, Miss Dora and William at home; two sisters and three brothers, Mrs. Anna Schroder, Rocky Ridge; Mrs. Louise Mogelj Toledo; Christopher Richard¬ son, Oakda-le, Wash.; Richard Rich¬ ardson, Alaska and Frank Richard¬ son of Port Clinton.
The funeral was held Tuesday after¬ noon from the Neidecker Funeral Home, and interment was made in the Liakeview cemetery, here.
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