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Doyle D Birt
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Birth: Apr. 24, 1926
Darke County
Ohio, USA
Death: Oct. 31, 2007
Mercer County
Ohio, USA

Doyle, 81, of Coldwater, died at Briarwood Manor Nursing Home.

He was born to Frank and Clara (Murray) Birt. On Jun 18, 1949. he married Mary Jane Schwieterman, who survives.

Also surviving are three sons, Charles (Karen), Fenton, MI, Ronald (Cindy), Athens, and Alan (Stephanie), Montezuma; a daughter, Jeanette (Bill) Muhlenkamp, El Paso, TX; two sisters, Mary Smalley and Patricia Fleck, both Celina; two sisters-in-law, Martha Huelsman, Saint Henry, and Mary Schwieterman, Montezuma; sixteen grandchildren, one step-grandchild, two great grandchildren.

Deceased are a brother, Lovell; and two sisters, Thelma Ott and Violet Davis.

He was a member of Our Lady of Guadalupe and of the Coldwater V. F. W. Post 5135. He was a past member of the Montezuma Fire Department, and he served in the Marines during WWII. He graduated from Celina High School in 1944. He was employed by the former Linneman Garage, Montezuma and Crown Control, New Bremen, where he retired after 26 years.

Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Guadalupe, with Fr. James Dugal officiating. 
Family links: 
  Mary Jane Schwieterman Birt (1928 - 2012)
  Charles Joseph Birt (1951 - 2014)*
*Calculated relationship
Our Lady of Guadalupe Cemetery
Mercer County
Ohio, USA
Plot: New Section
Created by: Mike Dearbaugh
Record added: Nov 03, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22633048
Doyle D Birt
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