William R. Darling Dies
of Heart Attack
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J. William R. Darling, 59, broth- ier oi John W. Darling of Elmore, died suddenly of a heart attack at Lexington, Ky., about 1 A. M. Monday. He and his wife, whose home is in Detroit, were on their way to Florida for his health and were stopping at the Lafayette Hotel m Lexington for the night when he suffered the heart at¬ tack.
Fred Sabrosky, accompanied by j Jim Darling and a brother-in-law of the deceased, left early Mon¬ day for Lexington and brought the body to Elmore and on Tues-1 day Albert Bnrmann, accompan- I ied by John Darling, continued: with the body to Detroit, where j last rites were held Thursday af- l ternoon. j
Mr. Darling was the son of j Chas, J, and Mary Elizabeth Dar¬ ling of Elmore and be grew to manhood here. He became an employe of the Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry. and served that com¬ pany most of his life, chiefly at Oak Harbor. For a number of years he has lived in Detroit, where he was an employe of one of the big passenger steamship ! lines.
| His only child, Frank, died of
blood poisoning several years
j ago, Surviving are his widow,
! his brother John of Elmore, his
I only aunt, Mrs. Olivia Stark of
Clyde, and nephews. Jack and
Jim Darling of Elmore, and Paul
j Darling, believed to be in the
West, but could not be located at
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