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George P Angersbach

Ex-City Official Called By Death

George Angesbach, Park Pioneer, Dies  this morning at the home, 1413  W Erie Av., following a brief illness. Born at Brownhelm, he spent most  George P. Angersbach, 75, for several years city park foreman, died early of his life there, moving his family to Lorain about 35 years ago. During his term of service as city park foreman, Angersbach developed Lakeview, Riverside, and Central parks. Following his park caree, he was a stationary engineer at the Lorain plant of Richmon Bros. Surviving are the widow, Lottie ; daughter, Mrs John T. Bradley ; grandchildren, Hattie Lelila and Margaret Mae Bradley; sister Mrs. C. Klaholz, all of Lorain, and a sister, Mrs Lizzie Ott, of Vermilion.Funeral service will be held at the J. Ford Thompson funeral parlor at 2:30 p. m. Friday with the Rev. J. W. Heininger officiating. Burial will be made in Brownhelm cemetery.

This Obit appears in the Lorain Journal on March 4, 1936 on page 16

 

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