Claude H. Chrysler, 59, dairy farmer at 3090 Johnstown Rd, died Wednesday in University Hospital.
He is survived by his wife, Ann Grover Chrysler; three sisters, Mrs. Robert Schneider, Gahanna, Miss Helen Chrysler and Mrs. Fred Donnally, both of Columbus; and one brother, Otis, Gahanna.
Mr. Chrysler was a member of Mifflin Presbyterian Church, the Gahanna Lions Club, Caledonia Lodge, F.&A.M., New Albany, and Mifflin Lodge, IOOF, Gahanna.
Arrangements will be completed by Margarum & Son funeral home, Gahanna.
Source: Columbus Dispatch, May 27, 1953.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the R.L. Southwick funeral home for Mrs. Clara Palmer Chrysler, 77, wife of the late Charles H. Chrysler, who died at her home, 85 E. Tulane Rd[.], Sunday.
Mrs. Chrysler was a member of Gahanna Presbyterian church, Children’s Hospital Twig No. 6, and the Columbus Society of the Hard of Hearing.
She is survived by two sons, Claude H. and Otis R. Chrysler, Gahanna; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Schneider of Central College, Miss Helen Chrysler, a teacher at Central high school, and Mrs. Fred L. Donnally, field director of the National Delphian society; a twin brother, Clarence J. Palmer, Kirkersville; sister, Mrs. Ella Frazier, Dresden, and seven grandchildren.
Burial will be at Gahanna.
Source: Columbus Dispatch, August 23, 1943.
Mrs. Clara Chrysler, 77, 85 East Tulane road, Columbus, widow of Charles H. Chrysler, died Sunday in her home.
Surviving are her two sons, Claude H. and Otis R. Chrysler, Gahanna; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Schneider, Central College; Miss Helen Chrysler, and Mrs. Fred L. Donnally, Columbus; a twin brother, Charles J. Palmer, Kirkersville; a sister, Mrs. Ella Frazier, Dresden, and seven grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Source: Newark Advocate, August 23, 1943.