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Injuries suffered last Friday | in a 20-foot fall from the roof of I the Rudolph Smith home where he was helping do a repair job caused the death Sunday at 8:15 p. m. in Memorial hospital of Peter T. Darr, 56, of Ballville township.
Mr. Darr, widely known in l Sandusky county, suffered a broken pelvis and other injuries.
The body is at the Ochs fu¬ neral home where friends may call starting this evening. Fi> neral arrangements have not been completed pending word from a son, Richard, a Univer¬ sity of Michigan student who is, taking a summer engineering' course at Jackson, Warning. . j
Mr. Darr's other survivors arei the following brothers and sis¬ ters. Mrs. L. A. Deran, Tiffin; Carl, Tiffin Route 3; Eulalia, of the Darr home; L. J., of Tiffin Route 3, and Helen of Fremont. Mrs. Darr, the former Ruby Baker, whom he married Feb¬ ruary 21, 1928, died August 19, 1945.
Mr. Darr was born in Ball¬ ville township January 27, 1895, a son of the late Charles and Ella Reardon Darr. He was educated in the county schools, was a member of the Knights of Columbus, St. Ann's church, was active in the Farm Bureau and in the Production for Marketing administration.
Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery beside the grave of his wife. / Of A /
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