Jack Bolte Dies At Magruder, Rites Saturday
Death at 1 p.m. yesterday in Magruder hospital claimed the life of John Henry "Jack" Bolte, widely known Catawba Cliffs resi¬ dent and head of the Bolte Pro¬ ducts Co.
Husband of Mrs. Ann Bolte and father of Eugene Bolte of the Bolte Realty Co., widely known and pop¬ ular Jack had been ill for a year. He was hospitalized much of the time the past several months.
He also leaves two grandchild¬ ren, John and Cindy Bolte; a brother, Vernon Bolte of Minne¬ apolis and a sister, Mrs. John Taylor of Champaign III.
His body is at the Gerner and Wolf mortuary where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Lee Lindenberger of Put-in-Bay. Burial will be made in Riverview cemetery.
Masonic services will be con¬ ducted at the funeral home at 8 tonight. He was a 32nd degree Mason and a Shrine member. He belonged to the Elks lodge and was a member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
Jack was a member of A.F. & A.M., Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Toledo; Zenobia Temple, A. A. O.N.M.S., Toledo.
Elks will conduct services at 7:30 tonight at the funeral home. Exalted Ruler Lyle C. Mayhew said Elks would meet at the lodge home on Perry-st at 7 o'clock.
Born in South Dakota, January 2, 1899, Jack came to Port Clinton in 191S, and was for many years with the Standard Products Co. A skilled craftsman, he opened his own metal products company on i north Jcfferson-st ten years ago, and his work became widely known. f€ - lf-f?&7
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