John George Frey
Mon., May 2, 1938
East Liverpool Review
BLOOMFIELD ROOFER STRICKEN IN STREET
Stricken with a heart attack, John George Frey, 60, tinner and roofer of Bloomfield, died before a physician could be summoned after he collapsed while walking in St, Clair ave. near the Horn switch Saturday at 5:15 p.m.
County Coroner Arnold W. Devon ruled death due to a heart attack after an inquest conducted Saturday night.
Mr. Frey was born in Natrona, Pa., and resided in East Liverpool for about years. He was employed by L. T. Capehart until recently.
He leaves two sisters, Mrs. W. S. Knox and Mrs. James Waggle of Dormont, Pittsburgh surburb, and two brothers, Charles H. Frey of Chicago, and William h. Frey of East Liverpool.
The body was removed to the Martin funeral home in West Fifth st. where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. In charge of Rev. John F. Dimit, pastor of the First Methodist Protestant church. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery.
Friends may call at the Martin home anytime.