Henry E, Behring
ELMORE, O.-Henry ring, 72, died Wednesday about 7:30 a.m. of a> heart attack in his car as he was driving on County Road 147 near Elmore, His car left the road and came to rest against a stump in the ditch. The vehicle was not damaged. He was found by a member of the family. [^gSf^^O-X
The deceased was a retired farmer and was employed at the Myers A service station, Route 20, for 10 years before retiring three years ago. He lived with a sister, Mrs. Orman Hllle, rural Elmore.
Born September 15, 1890 near Elmore, he was the son of John and Mary Barkhou Behring. He never married.
Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Hen¬ ry Dietz and. Mrs. Hiile, both of Elmore; Mrs. Walter Thone, Pemberville, and a brother, Ern¬ est, Elmore; three nieces and five nephews.
Friends may call at the Sabro- ske and Myers funeral home where services will be held Fri¬ day at 2 p.m. The Rev. Charles Francis, pastor of St. John's Unit¬ ed Church of Christ will officiate with burial in Union cemetery.
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