Edward Behrman Rites Friday
Edward A. Behrman, 88, promi¬ nent retired fruit grower from 'Danbury-twp., expired at Magru¬ der Hospital Wednesday after an illness of one year. Mr. Behrman ivas born February 21, 1871 in Danbury-twp, and spent his entire life in this community. He was a past president of the Danbury Island and Gypsum Fruit Growers Association and a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Brotherhood.
He was married and his wife, Etta, survives, along with daugh¬ ters Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Dela¬ ware and Mrs. Robert Sorensen. Sand-rd.; sons Webb Behrman. Port Clinton, and Howard Behr¬ man of Cleveland; eight grandchil¬ dren; three great grandchildren, and two sisters., Miss Martha Behr¬ man and Miss Mary ^Behrman: Danbury-twp. 0 'J&S- t ?i
The body is irTthe Gerncr and Wolf Funeral Home where funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m., the Rev. John Braun of St. John's Lutheran Church offici¬ ating. Burial will be in St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery, Danbury.
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