Hazel Annabel (Suhr) Stumpf
The Norwalk Reflector-Herald, Wednesday, June 16, 1926, page one
Mrs. Paul Stumpf Taken by Death in Young Womanhood
Mrs. Hazel A. Stumpf, wife of Paul C. Stumpf, died at the home of her parents, Mr. And Mrs. W. A. Suhr of the Medina rd, at 5:20 p. m. Tuesday after an illness to two weeks due to Pneumonia. She is survived by the husband, an eight months old son Charles Frederick, the parents, four sisters, Mrs. John Wilson of Strongsville, Mrs. Walter McClain of Cleveland, Mrs. George Surrarrer of Medina and Miss Violet I. Suhr at home; and a brother Curtis A. Suhr at home.
Mrs. Stumpf was married on Mar. 31, 1913 to Paul Stumpf of Cleveland, and lived in that city nine years. For the last four years, the Stumpf family has lived on their farm in East Norwalk. Mrs. Stumpf was 34 years of age and was a most estimable and lovable young woman. Her many friends will be shocked to learn of her death.
Funeral services will be held from the home of the parents at 2 p. m. Friday. The Rev. Harry Wright will officiate.