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George O. Frank
George O. Frank was born in Mason, Warren County, Ohio, June 9, 1869 and departed this life at his home in Mason Feb. 23, 1918 at 9 a.m., aged 48 years, 8 months and 14 days.
He was united in marriage to Mattie Pearl Dill, in Mason, June 28, 1894. To this union were born three children, Harry William, Mary Ellen and George Dill, all of whom are living. Besides these, he leaves to mourn his loss his wife, aged mother, four sisters and three brothers.
His last illness, Bright’s Disease, began while living in Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 25, 1917, from which he was a constant suffer to the date of his death; though patient through it all, and so desirous to live, yet he was fully resigned to God’s will.
He had been a member of the Masonic Order for 22 years. He became a christian and united with the church in youth. He lead a consistent christian life and was active in church and Sabbath School work, especially in teaching a Men’s Bible Class. “His sun set while it was yet day.” But his sun will rise again.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. C. W. Hoffman of Norwood, Ohio, his former pastor at Toledo, assisted by Rev. Hershey. Music was rendered by a Male Quartette and a solo by Mrs. C. W. Hoffman. Many beautiful flowers were in evidence. M. H. Frank, George W. Harris, H. L. Nelson, George Kohl, Lafe Dill and Clinton Dill acted as pall bearers.
The Masonic order of Lebanon, was in attendance, and conducted an impressive ceremony, appropriate to the occasion.
Interment was made in Rose Hill cemetery.

Source: (Scrapbook owned by Wilbur Keever, Nov. 1967)

by
Jay G. Lamb
11 January 2006
 

MATTIE PEARL FRANK
Mattie Pearl, daughter of Ellen and William Dill, was born March 10, 1872, and departed this life August 27, 1931.
At the age of twenty years, she accepted Jesus as her Savior in a revival at Fellowship, and remained a firm believer in God the rest of her life.
On June 28, 1894, she was united in marriage to George O. Frank. To this union were born three children, Harry William, Mary Ellen and George Dill.
On February 23rd, 1918, her husband departed this life, leaving her the care and responsibility of the family. In this she looked to God for help and guidance.
Two months later her son Harry enlisted in the World War. This was almost heart-rending, but she put him into God’s care and keeping, knowing that God doeth all things well. And on Easter morning after the War was over, Harry returned home, safe and well.
My day of life declineth,
And my sun is sinking low;
I near the banks of Jordan,
Through whose waters I must go.
Oh, let me wake beyond the stream,
In land celestial blest,
To be forever with the Lord
In Canaan’s promised rest.

Cards of Thanks
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all who so kindly assisted us during the prolonged illness and at the time of the death of our mother and sister, Mrs. Mattie P. Frank.
The Family

Source: (Scrapbook owned by Wilbur Keever, Nov. 1967)

by
Jay G. Lamb
11 January 2006

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