MRS. HERBERT BREDBECK
Mrs. Cora' (Williamson) Bred¬ beck, wife of Herbert Bredbeck, died at the hospita Perrysburg, Sunday, December 22. Death fol¬ lowed an operation for the removal of a goitre. Her condition was at first satisfactory and it was be¬ lieved that she would recover, but there was a relapse and death fol¬ lowed. /2~ 27- C93S
Mrs. Bredbeck was horn in Car¬ roll township, March 10, 1877. She was a woman of Superior education and attainments and took an active interest in public affairs and made many addresses during- the cam¬ paign of 1932. She was a forcible speaker and- endeared herself to many by the stand she took in the interest and welfare of fellow cit¬ izens. Sbe was an ideal wife and mother.
She is survived, by her husband, Herbert Bredbeck, of Danbury, and two sons, Messrs. Millard and War¬ ren Bredbeck, who are residents of Port Clinton; her mother, Mrs. Cynthia Williamson, and two sis¬ ters.
The funeral was held Thursday afternoon with Rev. George T. Ilanna, pastor of the Marblehead Congregational church, conducting��the service from the home of her son, Warren Bredbeck. The body was laid,to rest in Lakeview ceme¬ tery. Gerner &, Wolf directed the funeral.
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