Clipped From The Marion Star
MeLeadWprtnp- Burns Prove Fatal to Man Lester R. Foreman Succumbs in Hospital Burns suffered three weeks ago by Lester Ray Foreman, 31, of southwest of LaRue while he was at work as an electric lineman, proved fatal, early Monday. His death occurred in University Hospital Hospital at 6:20. At the time of the accident he was employed by the Daltan Construction Construction Co. near Milford Center. Born Dec. 6, 1925, in Hardin County, he was a son of Paul L. and Helen M. Gantt Foreman and he made his home with them while working for the construction firm. He was a member of Lions Club at Richwood and of the rural Mt. Pleasant Church of God. Survivors include his parents; his two daughters, Georgia Paul-ette Paul-ette Paul-ette and Lesanne Foreman; two sons, Scott L. Foreman and Jeffrey Jeffrey William Foreman;' two brothers, brothers, Lee C. Foreman of Columbus and Lowell A. Foreman of Cleveland; Cleveland; a sister, Mrs. Richard Bauer of Tampa, Fla.. and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gantt of near Mount Victory and Mrs. Bessie Foreman of Kenton. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Ford Funeral Home in LaRue. The Rev. C. E. Hershey of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Marion will officiate. officiate. Burial will ' be in Price Cemetery in Union County.