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Dorothea Marie Lorenzen Obit (1963).txt

Newspaper Obit. (Date and name of newspaper are cut off the clipping.) 

Mrs. Nick Tadsen Succumbs Today   

Death separated one of the area's longest married couples today when Mrs. Dorothea (Dora) Tadsen, 82, wife of Nick Tadsen of 317 Jackson Street, died at 7:30 A.M. in Magruder Hospital.  Although she had been in failing health, Mrs. Tadsen was hospitalized only since last Friday when she suffered a broken hip in a fall at her home. The Tadsens had celebrated their 62nd weddding anniversary. They lived in the same home  -- at 317 Jackson -- all their married life.  She was born in Port Clinton September 20,1881, daughter of Lawrence and Catherine Kruse Lorentzen. 

Surviving are her husband, Nick, aged 91; two daughters Mrs. Robert (Kathryn) Sharp and Mrs. Leslie (Eunice) Rader of Niles; a sister, Mrs. Charles Schmitt of Port Clinton, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  She was a member of Harp Rebekah Lodge, St. John Lutheran Church and its Sewing Circle. 

Friends may call at the Gerner and Wolf Funeral Home after 7 P.M. Saturday, where services will be held at 2 P.M. Monday. Dr. John Braun will officiate. Burial will bein Lakeview Cemetery. 

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