Gladwin County Record -- August 5, 1970
TO MINNIE OBERLOIER
Mrs. Minnie R. Oberloier, 57, well-known Beaverton Township resident,d
ied Monday, Aug. 3, in the Gladwin Hospital after an illness of six months. Born in Huron County on Oct. 8, 1912, she had lived in Gladwin County 33 years. Mrs. Oberloier was a member of the Beaverton First United Methodist Church. The former Minnie Fuller, she was married to William Oberloier on Sept. 25,1937, in Beaverton.
Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, WilliamG.
, and Theodore, of Beaverton; three daughters, Mrs. Raymond Sobolewski, of Beaverton, Mrs. Robert Bailey, of Clare, and Denise, at home; her father, George Fuller, of Beaverton; one sister, Mrs. Florence Dangel, of Saginaw; one brother, Alvin, of Ann Arbor; and seven grandchildren.
Services will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. from the Hall Funeral Home.
The Rev. Zina Bennett will officiate and burial will be in the Warren Township Cemetery, Coleman.
Gladwin County Record -- September 26, 1962|
RITES HELD FOR WILLIAM FULLER
William (Ted) Fuller, 43, of Beaverton Township, died Thursday after a three week illness. Born in Grindstone City on Feb. 10, 1919, he was an accountant for the Obeloier Tax Service, Beaverton. He was married May 20, 1950, to the former Mary Burris. A veteran of World War II he had lived in Gladwin County for a year. He was a member of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Saginaw.
Surviving are his wife, Mary; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fuller, of Vassar; a daughter, Deborah, at home; a step-son,Kenneth Majors, of Millington; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Oberloier, of Beaverton, and Mrs. Florence Dangel, of Saginaw, and a brother, Alvin, of Vassar.
Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Hall Funeral Home. The Rev. Raymond Pollatz, of Saginaw, officiated and burial was in Coleman Cemetery.