From a newspaper obituary for Leamon H. Hoover from the estate sale of
Dessa Mae (Sunday) Wolf 25 Nov 2000 -
              LEAMON H. HOOVER
"  On Sunday October 13th, 1935 occurred the death of Leamon H. Hoover at the Clare County General Hospital after an illness of seven months duration. The deceased was born in Belmont, Canada on June the 5th, 1878 and came to United States with parents when four years old, growing to manhood in Huron County, Michigan. In 1903 he was united in marriage to Myrtle V. Saul at Dover, Mich., and coming directly to Greenwood Township, where he has since made his home. To this union two children were born, one son, James dying in infancy and one daughter Grace surviving. He leaves to mourn their loss, his wife and daughter, Mrs. Grace Segar, two grand children and one sister, Mrs. Frank Saul of Greenwood, three brother, John of Pinnebog, Dan of Lansing and Roy of Dover, also a large number of neices and nephews and a wide circle of friends.
  Funeral services were held in the Congregational Church at Harrison conducted by the Rev. Dr. A. W. Johnstone and interment was made at Harrison in Maple Grove Cemetery.
  Those in attendance from a distance were Lewis Tibbits, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover and family, of Pinnebog Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoover and daughter, Lois, Mrs. Arthur Bunker, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blake and Mrs. Cecil Hathorne, all of Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Scott, of Pontiac, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover and Mrs. Frank Bishop, of Ubly, Mr and Mrs. Pearl Saul, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ritter, of Angola, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoyer, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Hoyer and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sunday, of Pleasant Lake, Ind."

Submitted By: Theresa