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Slabach, Ivan J. (1952-1966)

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<font size="+2">'''Boy, 14, Fatally Hurt While Riding Bicycle'''</font>
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Sugarcreek, Ohio. &#8212; Injuries suffered several days earlier in a fall from his bicycle proved fatal Sept. 5 to Ivan J. Slabach, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob E. Slabach of rural Millersburg.
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The boy reportedly was riding his bicycle on a county road Aug. 31 when he fell and struck a concrete bridge abutment. He died in Aultman Hospital, Canton.
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The lad was a student in the East Holmes School District. Besides his parents he leaves a sister and two brothers of the home and three grandparents. The funeral was on Sept. 8 at the Bethany Conservative Mennonite Church.
   
Birth date: 1952
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 15:04, 4 November 2021

Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1966 Sep 15 p. 7

Birth date: 1952

text of obituary:

Boy, 14, Fatally Hurt While Riding Bicycle

Sugarcreek, Ohio. — Injuries suffered several days earlier in a fall from his bicycle proved fatal Sept. 5 to Ivan J. Slabach, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob E. Slabach of rural Millersburg.

The boy reportedly was riding his bicycle on a county road Aug. 31 when he fell and struck a concrete bridge abutment. He died in Aultman Hospital, Canton.

The lad was a student in the East Holmes School District. Besides his parents he leaves a sister and two brothers of the home and three grandparents. The funeral was on Sept. 8 at the Bethany Conservative Mennonite Church.

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