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ED. GRUNDTISCH DIES HERE [Upper Sandusky, OH] TODAY [07 NOV 1952]

Succumbs At Home After Illness Of 16 Months

Edward Grundtisch, 80, died at his home on East Bigelow street this afternoon at 12:45 following an illness of 16 months.

The complete obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced later.

--The Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, OH, Friday, 07 NOV 1952



Edward Grundtisch Passes Away Here After Long Illness

Funeral services for Edward Grundtisch, 80, who passed away at his home at 422 East Bigelow street, Friday [07 NOV 1952] afternoon at 12:45 o'clock, will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2:30 from the Lucas funeral home with Rev. Paul E. Rohrbaugh, pastor of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church, here [Upper Sandusky, OH], officiating. Interment will be made in Old Mission cemetery.

Friends, who are asked to please omit flowers, may call at the funeral home from Sunday [09 NOV 1952] noon until service time.

Mr. Grundtisch had been in failing health four years and bedfast 16 months.

Mr. Grundtisch was born in Crane township, Wyandot county [OH], the son of Frank and Mary (Kloepfer) Grundtisch. December 2, 1897, he was united in marriage in Upper Sandusky with Catherine (sic) Zahn, who survives. They had celebrated their golden wedding December 2, 1947.

Surviving with the widow are two children, Paul L. Grundtisch, of Paterson (sic), N.J., and Phyllis, wife of Rollin L. Caldwell, of Upper Sandusky. A daughter died in infancy. Also surviving are three grandchildren, Miss Luella Caldwell, of Findlay [OH], and Paula and Gary Grundtisch, of Paterson (sic), N.J., four sisters and a brother, Mrs. Emma Irwin (sic), Mrs. Clara Stalter, Mrs. Estella Newell and Edwin Grundtisch, all of in or near Upper Sandusky, and Mrs. G.O. Heath, of Chicago [IL]. Four sisters and a half-brother are deceased.

Mr. Grundtisch had followed the occupation of carpentry and was last employed with the State Highway Department. He was a member of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church in Upper Sandusky, and a lifelong resident of this vicinity.

--The Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, OH, Saturday, 08 NOV 1952

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