VETERAN TAILOR TAKEN BY DEATH
EDWARD R. AUDRAIN HAD BEEN RESIDENT OF GRAND RAPIDS 63 YEARS.
EDWARD R. AUDRAIN, 63, lifelong resident of Grand Rapids and engaged in the tailoring business here about 40 years, died Tuesday morning at his home, 134 Fitzhugh-av. S.E., following an illness of six weeks.
He is survived by his widow and one son, ROBERT of Manistee; his mother, MRS. ANGIE AUDRAIN of Cleveland, Ohio; three sisters, MRS. ANGIE MILLER of Sylvania, Ohio, MRS. SULA KISER of Cadillac and MRS. LILA VANDERSTOLP of Grand Rapids, and one brother, LOUIS of Grand Rapids.
THE GRAND RAPIDS PRESS, Grand Rapids, Mich., Tues., Feb. 19, 1935, Pg. 15, Col. 5, Art. 3
AUDRAIN - EDWARD R. AUDRAIN, aged 63, passed away Tuesday morning at Blodgett Memorial hospital. He is survived by his widow; a son, ROBERT of Manistee; a daughter, MRS. SPENCER WOOD MORTON of St. Louis, Mo.; his mother, MRS. ANGIE AUDRAIN; and three sisters, MRS. CHARLES MILLER of Sylvania, Ohio, MRS. WILLIAM KEYSER of Cadillac and MRS. FRANK VANDERSTOLP of this city. Funeral services will be held at the Colonial Funeral Home, 230 Jefferson-av., S.E., Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Oak Hill cemetery.
THE GRAND RAPIDS PRESS, Grand Rapids, Mich., Wed., Feb. 20, 1935, Pg. 27, Col. 8, Obit. 4
NOTE: The surname 'KISER' and 'KEYSER', given in the article and obituary above, should actually be spelled KAISER.