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MRS. WM. SHIVLEY DIES IN HOSPITAL

Well-Known Local Woman Is Victim Of Stroke Thursday [24 JUN 1948}

Mrs. Kathryn (sic) Shivley, 81 widow of the late William Shivley, and well known Upper Sandusky [OH] resident, passed away Thursday afternoon in the People's Hospital at Mansfield [OH]. Death was attributed to a stroke. She had been a patient at the hospital for the past three months.

The deceased was born in Crane township, Wyandot county [OH], July 3, 1866, the daughter of Frank and Mary (Kloepfer) Grundtisch. September 8, 1886, she was united in marriage with William Shivley, who preceded her in death April 13, 1925, in Mansfield.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Howard Mier, of Mansfield, and Mrs. Harold Davey, of Detroit, Mich., and one son, Oliver F. Shivley, of Mansfield.

Also surviving are six sisters, Mrs. Clara Stalter, Mrs. Emma Irvin, Mrs. Earl Newell and Mrs. Charles Cress, all of Upper Sandusky, Mrs. James Schindler, of Coshocton [OH], and Mrs. G.D. Heath, of Chicago, Ill.; two brothers, Edward Grundtisch, of this city [Upper Sandusky, OH], and Edwin Grundtisch, of near this city. One sister, Mrs. Louise Robey and one half-brother, Fred Yeager, are deceased. Six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren survive.

Mrs. Shivley was a member of the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed church in this city and of the Martha class of the church school. She and her husband resided in this city after their marriage and later moved to Mansfield where they resided until Mrs. Shivley then moved back to Upper Sandusky wher sh rsidd (sic) on East Wyandot avenue until she entered the hospital three months ago.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday [26 JUN 1948] at 3 p.m. from the Wattner funeral home in Mansfield. Rev. H.C. Kellermeyer, pastor of the Reformed church here [Upper Sandusky, OH], will officiate. Interment will be made in the family lot in the Mansfield cemetery beside her husband.

Mrs. Shivley leaves many friends in this community.

--The Daily Chief-Union, Upper Sandusky, OH, Friday, 25 JUN 1948

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