IVirs. Blood Fsynd Dead
Mrs. Eugenia O. "Blood, 61, life¬ long resident of Ottawa-co, was found dead Friday afternoon at the home on Erie-Carroll road, Oak Harbor Route 3, into which she had moved only the preced¬ ing week-end.
Only a few days earlier, she had completed arrangements to sell 1 Duck Inn, Route 2 tavern, which j she had operated for many years. i A daughter, Mrs. Jeanette Fieri of I. Oak Harbor, found Mrs. Blood I dead at her home, seated in a \ chair. A verdict of death by natur- j al causes was returned.
Funeral services were conduct¬ ed at 2 todav from the Neidecker- Eberle-LeVeck mortuary by Pas¬ tor Harry Holapfzel of St. John Lutheran church. Burial w'as made in Lakeview cemetery.
Mrs. Blood was the widow of Frank Blood, and was born here Sept. 12, 1897i the daughter of William and Lillian Menier Owen. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Lillian Owen of Port Clin¬ ton; sons, Louis Foster of Sher¬ man, N.Y., Charles Blood of Elk¬ hart, Ind. Eugene Blood of Gary Ind. and Francis Blood of Oak Harbor; 'daughters, Mrs. Mary Groth of Toledo, Mrs^ Jeanette Herl of Oak Harbor, Mrs. Harol- dean Lessentine of Lakeside; and 20 grandchildren.
The family designated the Heart Fund as favored recipients of memorials. £, - % - }$£ 1
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