6-Year Illness Fatal To Dewev W. Dunmyer
Dewey W. Dunmyer, one of Fre¬ mont's leading businessmen until he became ill six years ago, died at 4:30 a. m. Friday in White Cross hospital, Columbus, where he had been a patient since last Memorial Day. -
Mr* Dunmyer had undergone surgery there. His condition be¬ came critical several days ago.
-: DOEPKER'S FATHER ES IN HOSPITAL
Services for John H. Doepker, of Toledo, who died Sunday in umee alley Hospital, were held dnesday at the Bennett Mortu- \ with the ReV. W. R. Maklpv
The body is being brought to the Welier-Wonderly funeral home, pending funeral arrangements which will be announced Saturday.
Mr. Dunmyer had been engaged in the automobile business here from 1924, when he opened a Chev-, rolet garage, until April 17, 1947, j when he sold his interests to K C, f Nieburger. However, he maintain¬ ed automobile dealerships in his name at Oak Harbor and Port Clinton, having been in business in both those places before he came to Fremont.
Surviving Mr. Dunmyer are his widow, the former Helen Engler; a son, Kent, and daughtefpDana, at home; his mother, Mrs* Frank Dunmyer of Oak Harbor, and a sister, Miss Helen, of Oak Harbor, j
Mr. Dunmyer, whose home was on the Port Clinton road, was ac¬ tive in many Fremont organiza¬ tions until his fatal illness.
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