Elzia Brookey Pies Bra Cleveland
Elzia I. Brookey, 83, former Port Clintonite, died yesterday in St. Luke's hospital at Cleveland after a lingering illness. The Brookeys', who formerly lived at Fremont Road and Laurel, mov¬ ed to Cleveland five years ago and resided at 2849 E. 124th-st.
His body is at the Neidecker- Eberle-LeVeck mortuary where calling hours will start at 7 to¬ night. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 from the funeral home. The Rev. Hartwig Pruess of Peace Lutheran church will officiate and burial will be made in Christy Chapel cemetery
Mr. Brookey is survived by his wife, Lithe Belle Dailey Brookey, the couple having been wed 62 years; four daughters. Mrs. James M .Williams of Sandusky, Mrs. Malcolm L. Tibbs of Port Clin¬ ton, Mrs. Glenn Aker of Cleve¬ land, Mrs. Muriel B. Fields of Princeton, W. Va.; one son, Vin¬ cent Brookey of Cleveland ;two brothers, Crommel Brookey of Braunfel, Texas, and Dyke Brook¬ ey of Charlotte, N.C.; and a sister Mrs. George Finmans of Wilm¬ ington, Del.; 12 grandchildiren, and 14 great grandchildren.
He was born September 21, 1875 in Martinsburg, W. Va., the son of Charles and Anna Dykes Brookey. f3~£3~-f9Sf%
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