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Luella Rose Ody Walker
Birth: May 12, 1913
Wood County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jul. 10, 1960
North Baltimore
Wood County
Ohio, USA

Obituary taken from The Daily Sentinel Tribune July 11, 1960.

Mrs. Stanley Walker (Luella Rose Ody), 47, of North Baltimore, died Sunday Morning in her residence of a heart attack. She had been ill for two weeks.

Mrs. Walker was born May 12, 1913, in Wood County, the daughter of Walter and Amelia Bartz Ody. She was married to Stanley Ray Walker in 1945.

Other survivors are a son, Jerry, at home, and a brother, Richard Ody, of Cleveland, Ohio.

She was a member of the Galatea United Brethern Church.

Friends may call at the Rippeth Funeral Home, North Baltimore, after noon Tuesday. Services will be in the funeral home Wednesday at 2 p.m., with burial in Maplewood Cemetery. The Rev. Ralph Sartwell, of the Galatea UB Church, will officiate. 
 
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 Parents:
  Walter William Ody (1884 - 1948)
  Amelia Bartz Ody (1885 - 1959)
 
 Spouse:
  Stanley Ray Walker (1914 - 1972)*
 
 Sibling:
  Luella Rose Ody Walker (1913 - 1960)
  Richard H Ody (1921 - 1987)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Old Maplewood Cemetery
North Baltimore
Wood County
Ohio, USA
 
Created by: Craft
Record added: Feb 10, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 17885087
Luella Rose <i>Ody</i> Walker
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Luella Rose <i>Ody</i> Walker
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Luella Rose <i>Ody</i> Walker
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