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FORMER RAILROAD HEAD HERE DIES
A.C. McDannel Succumbs at Port Huron
A.C. McDannel, former official of the Detroit Bay City and Western railroad here and prominent Bay Cityan, died at his home in Port Huron today. He was 64 years of age.
Mr. McDannel was well known in Bay City where he was active in civic movements. He was employed by the railroad here as general superintendent and general manager during the years of 1910 to 1924 when he left to assume the position of vice-president and general manager of the Port Huron and Detroit railroad.
He retired from the latter post in 1940.
Mr. McDannel started his 40 year career in the railroad field in 1899 when he was employed as a telegraph operator. He was born in Bryan, Ohio.
Surviving are his widow, the former Mrs. Eva Carrigan, and two children, a son, Capt. K.C. McDannel of the Air Transport Command, and a daughter, Mrs. Miles K. Benedict, of Port Huron.
The Bay City Times - January 4, 1944 p.4