FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1926
Rites for George Aldrich
Were Held Monday
George Aidaich, 45, was found dead early last Saturday morning in the wood shed in the rear of the John Dun¬ ham home by Henry Dunham It is thought he sought shelter in the shed early Friday evening and had been dead for some hours when discovered. The cause of his death according to the coroner's report was heart failure. His tjody was removed to the Burmann un¬ dertaking parlors and prepared for burial.
The funeral was held Monday after¬ noon from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Reynolds, who have been occupying the Aldrich house for some time, and with whom George made his borne. Rev. Hugh Graham of the Trinity M. E. Church had charge of the services. Burial was made in Union cemetery.
He is survived by a half sister, Mrs. Minnie Winchester of Cleveland, an aunt, Mrs. Louis Freese of Elmore and an uncle, George Luckey, living in California, also several cousins. His parents, Mr. and Mrs Harlow N. Al¬ drich, died some years ago, his father dying in January, 1919, and his mother in December, 1920.
George was a graduate . of the El¬ more public school. He spent 3)4 years in New York City, where he was a salesman for the Trowbridge Chocolate Chip Co. At the time Warren G. Har¬ ding was lieutenant governor of Ohio George was appointed by State Senator Judson as a page in the State Senate and served through the assembly be¬ tween the years 1902 04.
George, like all humans, was not
ithout faults, yet he had a pleasing
ersonality and one can truthfully say hat his worse enemy was himself.
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