PROMINENT ODD FELLOW 1
DIES IN PORT CLINTON
Hubert Doyen, 77, a retired contractor and"" builder, passed awav at his home in Port Clin¬ ton Monday morning about 10:30 o'clock. 'He had been suffering* since last fall from what seeme* to be an ulcerous growth in vthl stomach but his conditio*!- did noj appear serious untill a little^pve] two weeks ago when his ^On^Nl A. Doyen, who is a mSmb^Mfoi the Tribune force, was^ia31i|| home over 'Sunday. He i^jiet somewhat after that but Mi^ began to decline and passed aw§| rather suddenly. Mr. Doven^ was born in Belgium but camera Ottawa county when quite young; and has been a resident ever since. He is survived by two daughters, Miss Clara at home, and Mrs. J. H. Faus; one son,- N;' A. Doyen of Elmore; also two brothers, John and Joe, and a sister, Mrs. Josephine Pete, all of Bay towuship. The Funeral was held Wednesday^ from the house and was in charge of the Odd Fellows, with Rev. C. U. Fletcher of Memorial U. B, church, Toledo, officiating. Inter¬ ment in Lakeview cemetery.
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