Mrs. Mary Bricker Taken By Death
OAK HARBOR — (Special) — Mrs.. Mary E. Bricker, 76, widow of William S. Bricker, died Sunday at her home, Oak Harbor > Route a, after a year's illness. She had been bedfast since February.
Her body is at the Robinson fun¬ eral home, with falling hours start¬ ing at 2 p.m. Tuesday. At noon Wednesday it will be taken to St. John's Evangelical Lutheran ch John's Evangelical Lutheran church for services at 2, the Rev. G. F. Shoup officiating. Burial will be made in Union cemetery.
Mrs.. Bricker's husband died Dec. IS, 1948. She was born in Paulding Co. March 20 1882, the daughter of Lewis and Catharine Greenler Snyder. ?"/5*~/tf^f?
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lester Smiley (Opal) of Fort Way¬ ne, Ind., and Mrs. Ray LeMunyon (Ruth) of Oak Harbor; five grand¬ children and 12 great grandchild¬ ren; two brothers, Cletus Snyder of Fort Wayne and William Snyder of Payne, O.: three sisters', Mrs. Lloyd Copenhaver of Payne, Mr. David Wagner of Salamanta, N.Y. and Mrs. Grace Evans of,Ocean- side, Calif.; a half brother, Her¬ man Snyder of Cannelton, Ind., and a half sister, Mrs. Ernest Moli- tor of Payne. -;.
She was a member of St. John's church, Circle 1 and Missionary
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