Dr. Auxter Suddenly Stricken Last Monday
Dr. Liseomb D. Auxter, SO, one of the oldest practicing dentists in this area, died at 8 a. m. Thurs¬ day from a heart attack, while working in the basement of his home, 207 Portage Street.
Dr. Auxter was active in his profession, in which he had been engaged for more than a half cen¬ tury, up until the time of his sud¬ den death. T
An advocate of strict health dis^ cipline, be became a vegetarian se¬ veral years ago, and abstained- from meat in his diet. He was a strong advocate of long daily walks, and was seen walking at his usual brisk pace the day be-* fore his demise. He was a mem¬ ber of the Ohio Dental Associa¬ tion. :
iSurviving are his wife, Mrs. Ka- therine Bernes Auxter, whom he married in 19012; a daughter, Mrs. Raymond Wright, of Waterville, O.; two sisters, Miss Blanche Aux¬ ter and Mrs. Cora Jenkins /both- of Oak Harbor. *f^ 2U^~- j $ £y3
Services were conducted at 2 p. m. Sunday from the Robinson Funeral Home by Rev. Edwin L. Myers, pastor of the Oak Harbor Methodist Church.
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