Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Harry E. Medbourn  

We have with us today a life-long resident of Culver - Harry E. Medbourn. He attended grade and high school here taking an active part in atheltice during that perios. Later he studied at Wabash College and South Bend Business College. Mr. Medborn then returned to Culver and became associated with his father in the Medbourn Ice Compant, thouh during his 30 years in business here he has had varying interests - an automobile agency for six years, real estate, feeds, ssed, and coal, farming, and the feedin of live stock. Harry admits that the last named is his main interest right now as he is trying out various feeding methods before suggesting them to the farmers in coonection with the Culver City Grain & Caol Co. He is presidnet of the Masonic trustees, who are doing a great job with the cemetery, trustee of the Methodist church, and director of the State Exchange Bank. All who know Harry don't have to be told that his principal hobbies are fishing and hunting. - Culver Citizen Profile.

Funeral services for Harry E. MEDBOURN, 66, prominent Culver businessman who died Wednesday, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Culver Methodist church. The Rev. Kendall SANDS will officiate and burial will be in the Culver Masonic cemetery.

For many years Mr. Medbourn was associated with his father in the ice and coal business at Culver and Logansort. Later, he was engaged in the elevator and grain business in Culver. He was a member of the Masonic lodge, the Fort Wayne Shrine, the South Bend Scottish and the Culver I.O.O.F. lodge. Survivors are his widow, Faye [MEDBOURN]; two children, Mrs. Helen PHILLIPS and Samuel M. MEDBOURN, both of Culver and four grandchildren. - Friday, June 17, 1955 Rochester Sentinel

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