[The text below is taken word for word of the obits as found in The Plain Dealer, with the exception of any typing errors on my part. The first obit was the summary, while the second was the full one, both as they were written in The Plain Dealer. --Jim Shreve]|
Dr. Dudley S. Fay, D.C. beloved husband of the late Opal M. (nee
dear father of Ruth L., brother of Eugene N., Jerry W., and the
G., brother-in-law of Vera McClarren, dear uncle of six. Passed
Thursday, Jan. 16. Memorials may be forwarded to the Abiding
of Parma-South Presbyterian Church, 6155 Pearl Rd., Parma Hts..,
Memorial service at Parma-South Presbyterian Church, Monday, Jan.
20 at 3
p.m. Private Internment Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call at
FUNERAL HOME, A BUSCH FAMILY CHAPEL, 7501 RIDGE RD. FROM 7-9 P.M.
2-4 and 7-9 P.M. SUNDAY AND FOLLOWING THE MEMORIAL SERVICE
Dudley S. Fay, practiced as chiropractor 53 years|
Dudley S. Fay was a chiropractor and lifetime resident of
Mr. Fay died Thursday at Parma Community General Hospital. he
Mr. Fay practiced as a chiropractor for 53 years until
retiring in 1981.
He was past president of the Ohio State Chiropractic Society
and was a
member of the International Chiropractic Association.
He was an ordained elder of the Parma South Presbyterian
Church and was
a charter member and board member of the Parma Area Historical
Mr. Fay was born in 1906 in Parma. He was the great-grandson
Fay, one of the first settlers in Parma in 1816.
His hobbies included woodworking, fishing, and genealogy.
Survivors include a daughter, Ruth of Parma, and a brother.
Services will be today at 3 p.m. at Parma South Presbyterian
6155 Pearl Rd., Parma.
The Plain Dealer, 1-20-1992|
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