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Subject: Fw: OBIT: ELLINGER, CLARK COUNTY, OH
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 22:02:36 -0400


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OBIT: ELLINGER, CLARK COUNTY, OH


Debbie Wiseman


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OBITUARY OF ANNA L. ELLINGER

Mrs. Anna Louise Ellinger, 77, of 915 Sherman Avenue, died at 8:05 p.m.
Sunday at Mercy Hospital following one year of failing health and two days
of serious illness. A lifetime resident of Springfield, Mrs. Ellinger was
born here July 3, 1883, the daughter of Joseph and Rosina (Uber) Dinkel.
She was the widow of Charles Ellinger, who died in July 1955. She was a
member of St. John's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Ellinger's survivors include
five daughters, Mrs. Rose McCampbell, Mrs. Bertha Kelly, Mrs. Agnes Lyman
and Mrs. Frances Jones, all of Springfield, and Mrs. Helen Carr of
Cleveland; three sons, William, Homer, and Albert Ellinger, all of
Springfield; 16 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. One of Mrs.
Ellinger's sons, Carl Ellinger, was killed in action in 1942 during the
invasion of the Marshall Islands while he was serving with the U.S. Army.
The body was taken to the Richard's Memorial Home.



OBITUARY OF CHARLES H. ELLINGER

Funeral services for Charles H. Ellinger, 74, of 915 Sherman Avenue will be
conducted at 1 p.m. Monday in the Richard's Memorial Home, the Reverend Dr.
E.E. Flack, dean of Hamma Divinity School, officiating. Burial will be in
Ferncliff Cemetery. Mr. Ellinger died Friday forenoon in City Hospital.
Mr. Ellinger had been a Springfield resident 60 years and retired five years
ago. He had been in failing health several years and succumbed to two days
serious illness. A native of Logan where he was born September 26, 1880,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ellinger. He was a member of St. John's
Evangelical Lutheran Church. He was affiliated with Champion Aerie No. 397.
Fraternal order of Eagles. Survivors include the widow, Anna L. (Dinkel)
Ellinger; five daughters, Mrs. Rose McCampbell, Mrs. Helen Carr, Mrs. Bertha
Kelly, Mrs. Frances Jones and Miss Agness Ellinger, all of Springfield;
three sons, William, Homer, and Albert, all of Springfield; one sister, Mrs.
Mary Montgomery of Logan; three brothers, Anthony of Springfield, Fred of
Newark and Amos of Logan; 10 grandchildren and one great grandson. Another
son, Carl was killed in action on the Marshall Islands in the South Pacific
Theater during World War II and is buried in Hawaii.

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