Here is another of those numerous persone who saw the proverbial that light of day at Maxinkuckee, but now line in Culver . Of course
you have recongnized him as Bryon Spangler. He attended the Maxinkuckee school and high school in Culver . After operating a taxi
business here he went to Indianapolis where he worked for the Marmon Motor Company
for elven years. Then he went up in the air by
taking up aviation. This was in 1929. This was in the days before commercial avaition ahd really developed, and Bryon concentrated
on charter trips, air photography and student training. He made a number of trips with the Indiana Air Toar and hleped bring thr
fliers to Culver the year. He returened to Culver in 1935 and opened Spangler's Phillips 66 Station, which he still operates.
Culver CItizen Profiles
1927, Dec 28 - Spangler-Hicks
Miss Edith Hicks of North Vernon, Ind. was united in marriage to Bryon B. Spangler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Spangler of Culver, Saturaday, December 17th at the home of the bride.
They are making their home at 3729 No. Pennsylvania, Indianapolis.
Mrs. George Spangler attended the ceremony.
Dies In Florida
Boyd (Byron) Spangler, 70, died at 6:00 a.m. Wednesday in
Ponta Gorda Medical Center Hospital, Ponta Gorda, Fla. He
resided at 531 N.E. Gardner Dr., Port Charlotte, Fla . M r . Spangler
had been ill for several weeks.
He was born December 31, 1897 at Culver to George and
Margaret (Knauer) Spanpler. He was married to Edith H.
Spangler who survives.
Mr. Spangler was retired from the Citizens Gas Co. of Indianapolis.
Funeral services were held; 2: 00 p.m. Saturday at the
Easterday-Bonine Funeral Home in Culver , The Maxinkuckee IOOF
Lodge officiated at the service.
Burial was in the Popular Grove Cemetery east of Culver . - DECEMBER 26. 1968