Information courtesy of Roger Hopkins
GEORGE BRADING DIES SATURDAY
George Brading who has been in failing health
of the last several years passed away at the home of his sisters, at 610 North
Main street, early Saturday morning. Born in
Surviving hime are two sons, Armon, of Texas, William, of Piqua, one daughter Ruth, of Detroit, a twin brother, Edward, of Seattle, and three sisters, Mrs. William McMacken, Mrs. Belle Pearse and Miss Tillie Brading with whom he resided.
Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at from the
GEORGE BRADING IS LAID TO REST
George Brading, who passed away early Saturday morning, was buried at Forest Hill cemetery Monday afternoon after a brief funeral service at the home. Rev. John S. Altman, of the Greene street M. E. church, officiated at the funeral, delivering a short talk and reading two of the deceased’s favorite hymns, “Lead Kindly Light.” and “Abide with Me.”
Only the committal service was held at the grave, pall-bearers being Elmer Moore, Granville Lane, George Ziegenfelder, W. P. Rice, Charles Bowdle, and Charles Anderson. Many friends of Mr. Brading and the family expressed their sympathy by sending lovely floral tokens and their respect by attending the service.
Mr. Brading will
be remembered to many