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Ruth Lennen

1963 - Oct 30 - Candidater for Town Clerk-Tresurer - Ruth Lennen attended the DePauw University School of Music, has been active as the director of music in the Methodist Church. WIdley known in music circles, she also has had wide experience in businessand professional activities.
Mrs Chauncey (Ruth) Lennen For Clerk-Treasurer
    Ruth Lennen, 922 LakeShore Drive, is an outstanding candidate for this important governmental post of clerk-treasurer, backed by a record of excellence and devotion in professional and business work and in community leadership, are implemented with a fine sense of good judgement, honesty and fairness
    • Native of Culver, Ruth graduated from CUlver High School. Attended the DePauw University School of Music
    • Taught School at Morris, Illinois
    • A member of the SOuth Bend Symphony for several years
    • Member of Culver Methodist Church. Served as organist-choir director for 10 years
    • Secretary, Culver Eastern Star and Past Matron
    • Retail business and book-keeping experience.

1963 - Nov. 6 - Town Clerk-Treasurer
    Ruth B Lennen (Rep.)369
    Ruth Overmyer (Dem.)346

Ruth Grace Behmer BIRTH 10 Sep 1902 Culver, Marshall County, Indiana DEATH 1 May 1989 Culver, Marshall County, Indiana BURIAL CulverMasonic Cemetery Culver, Marshall County, Indiana daughter of Clarence Daniel Behmer & Gertrude Agnes Wiseman

married Oct. 28, 1947 Kentland Indiana Chauncey B Lennen BIRTH 5 Jul 1906 Greenfield, Greene County, Illinois, DEATH 7 Jan 1997 Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, BURIAL Culver Masonic Cemetery Culver, Marshall County, Indiana son of Guy Bertrum Lennen & Eva Gertrude Anderson
    Chauncey B. Lennen, 90, of 922 Lakeshore Dr., died at 5:26 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 1977 at St. Joseph's Hospital of Marshall County.

    On July 5, 1906 in Greenfiled, IL, he was born to Guy B. and Gertrude (Anderson) Lennen.

    Lennen had resided in Culver for the past 51 years coming from Anderson. He was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, Finney-Shilling VFW Post #6919, Collins-Tasch American Legion Post #149, former H. H. Culver Lodge #617 F & AM and was a past worthy patron of the former Emily Jane Culver Chapter Order of Eastern Star.

    He was a World War II Army veteran and was a retired print pressman who worked at Culver Press.

    On Oct. 28, 1947 at Kentland, he married to Ruth G. Behmer. She preceded him in death on May, 1989.

    Survivors include: one sister, Josinah Conger of Phoenix, AZ; a brother-in-law, Winfiled W. Behmer of Culver, four nieces and two nephews.

    He was preceded in death by a brother and sister.