Clipped From The Newark Advocate
Charles D. Willard Services for Charles D Wil- Wil- lard 83 of Price Rd Rt. 3, will be Saturday at 2:30 p. . CnlS B,!i0thrS.chai,el- B,!i0thrS.chai,el- The Rev. Dr. H. M. wiU officiate. Mr. Willard was pronounced, dead at Newark Hospital i.-v i.-v i.-v v. ui. n,4. anci "c-jark; "c-jark; iew-ing stricken with a heart at-ark; at-ark; tack in his auto at the Plaza Shopping Center. He had been in failing health and under a doctor's care for one month. He was born Sept. 24. In McKean Twp He was the son of Mitchell J and Sevella Smith Willard Mr. Willard made his home In Fredonia until 10 years ago when he moved o the home of his daughter, Mrs. Maurice Sim- Sim- mons, at the Price Rd. address. He operated a general store In Fredonia, was a member of the Fredonia Methodist Church, and the Eagle's Lodge of Johns- Johns- town. His wife. Bessie Bower Wil- Wil- lard, died in 1942 : Surviving are his three daugh- daugh- ters: Mrs. Howard Arnholt Sr.,! Loudonville: Mrs Floyd Austin, Tex.; Mrs. vSimmons; 6, grandchildren and 7 great-grand-1 great-grand-1 great-grand-1 great-grand-1 great-grand-1 children. One sister and one day from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 brother are dead. Burial will be in the Fredonia Cemetery. Friends may call to day from 7 to 9 p. m. and Fri p. m. at the funeral home.