OAK HARBOR �� (Special) 8 George C. Driver, 85, 114 Benton-st Oak Harbor, retired operator for the New York Central Railroad in Oak Harbor, died suddenly Friday at his home after suffering- a heart attack. <2 _ /1^ f:€f> tsfrj
Born in Milian Center, Inu.| he had lived in Oak Harbor since 1915. Surviving are one son, Law¬ rence W< Driver of Genoa; four daughters, Mrs. Ellen Bob of Whittier, Calif., Mrs. Mae Rice of East Cleveland; Mrs. Helen Con- stantine of Oak Harbor and Mrs. Thelma Smith of Sharon Center; one sister, Mrs. Blanche Coulstrip of New London, nine grandchild¬ ren and 14 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held from Dwyer mortuary Monday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Edwin L. Myers officiating. Burial was made in Union Cemetery.
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