f ROBERT H. AUXTER
Robert. Hull Auxter, 76, cust^cN ian at Port Clinton post office, died at Magruder hospital Tues-
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ing as us parently normal hlelMlf^tfffering the attack shortly before 2 a.m., he was taken to the hospital where he died less than half an
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Funeral services will' be ^held Friday at 2 p.m. from the Nei- decker funeral home with the Rev. John Braun officiation, and burial will be made in Union cemetery at Oak Harbor. Mr. Auxter, who for many years was custodian at the Yacht Club, is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna Auxter; one daughter, Dolores, of Manchester, N. H.; two sons, Qrean Auxter and Wayne Auxter, Port Clinton; a brother, L. T)7 Auxter, Oak Harbor; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Jenkins pf Elmore and Blanche Auxter of Oak Harbor, and a grandson, David Vernon Auxter, of Manchester, N. H. He was born in Lindsey Nov. 13, 1871, the son of David and Mary Ellen Overmyer Auxter.
Rites are in charge of the Neidecker Co. ^il
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