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Re: YEAGER, Charles and Callie or Carrie
Posted by: Bill (ID *****0917) Date: October 20, 2006 at 20:38:41
In Reply to: YEAGER, Charles and Callie or Carrie by Zoe Nawrocik of 1620

"Toledo Blade", March 30, 1932:
Mrs. Carrie Yeager Dies in Her Home

Stricken March 21, Mrs. Carrie M. Yeager, 45, an East Side church worker, died Tuesday in her home, 1159 Earl street.
The funeral will be held in the East Church of Christ Friday at 2 P.M. and burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Friends may call at the home until 10 A.M. Friday.
Mrs. Yeager is survived by her husband, Charles F. Yeager, also a church worker, her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Warren and a sister, Mrs. Fred R. Slavin. She lived in Toledo for 30 years, her father the Rev. L. A. Warren serving three Toledo churches, retiring from the pastorate of the East Church of Christ a few months ago when he was chosed pastor emeritus.

"Toledo Blade", Wed., Dec. 3, 1941:
The Rev. C. F. Yeager of East Church Dies In His Home.

The Rev. Charles F. Yeager, 56, of 1201 Mason Street, died at 4 p.m. yesterday in his home after a long illness.
Mr. Yeager for many years had been a church and Sunday school worker, serving as superintendent of the young people's department of the Toledo Sunday School Association, as well as in the East Side Community Y.M.C.A. and the East Church of Christ. In East Church, he developed one of the largest boys classes in Toledo. He assisted in the movement that resulted in the erestion of the present church as well as in more recent improvements.
He organized city-wide youth movements, including Easter services in the parks, and often spoke at various churches. Only recently was he ordained into the ministry in East Church. An employe in the Baltimore & Ohio shops in southeast Toledo, he was born in Lima, O., but had lived in Toledo nearly 40 years.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret; son, George, Pontiac, Mich. and daughter, Mrs. Virginia Krieg, Toledo; sister, Mrs. William Hardman, Toledo, and brothers, John and William Yeager, Buchanan, Mich.
The body will be in the Worth Clegg funeral home until 10 a.m. Friday when it will be taken to the East Church for services at 1 p.m. The Rev. George E. Groves, pastor, will conduct the service. Burial will be in Memorial Park.
(Note: Obit includes a photo)

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