Services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Lenmark funeral home for Magne O. Ager, 53, who died suddenly Friday at Arlington Va.
A native of Eau Claire and graduate of the University of Wisconsin, he had spent many years in this country and abroad as an auditor for various government agencies, including the atomic Energy Commission and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. During World War II he served first in the Seabees, later as a lieutenant on a U.S. destroyer in the Pacific.
He is survived by three brothers: Eyvind, of Milwaukee; Trygve, of Eau Claire; Roald, of Evenston, Ill; five sisters: Mrs. Milo Bergh, of Eau Claire; Mrs. Arnt Oyen, of Poulsbo, Wash.; Mrs. John W. Best, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Albert Nicolai, of Black River Falls; Mrs. Richard Derge, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Several nieces and nephews also survive.
The services Monday will be conducted by the Rev. Harold J. Peterson of First Lutheran church. Burial will be at Lake View cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening and Monday until time of the service.
(Printed in the Eau Claire Leader Sunday December 22, 1963 Edition)
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