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Rae Louise Dunlap

Mrs. DUnlap Summer Resident DIes IN East

Mrs. Rae Louise Dunlap, 56, 640 SOuth Michgan Street, Plymouth, died at 2:15 a.m. MOnday, Jan. 14, at Sloan Kittering Memorial Hospital, New York City, where she had bee a patient since Dec. 20.

Born Jan 12, 1907, in FUlton County to John Allen and Mae Umbaugh, Mrs. DUnlap was married Feb 4, 1938 to Edward DUnlap who survives.

She had been a resident of Plymouth for the past 24 years and was well known in Culver as the Dunlaps have been summer residents for the past several years leasing the East SHore home of Mrs. Janice Henricks.

She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Plymouth Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star and Tri Kapa.

Mrs DUnlap was a registered urse, having draduated from the Ford Hospitasl in Detriot. She was also an officer and co-founder of Dunlap's Inc. and Plymouth Canning Co. Inc.,

Surviving with Mrs. DUnlap are three daughters: Melinda, Patricia and Nancy all at home; her mother Mrs. Umbaugh of Argos; six brothers: Kenneth and Glendon of Arkon, Ohio Earl D of Fort Wayne Raymond od Ocala FLa Merlyn of Valparaiso and Herschel of Plymouth; and a sister Mrs. Marjorie South of Argos.

The VanGilder Funeral Home in Plymouth is in charge of arrangements and services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Prsbyterian CHurch in Plymouth with Rev. James Campbell and Wallacne Moor officiating.

Internment will be in the New Oak Hill Cemetery. - Jan 1 1963

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