Point Pleasant Register, Point Pleasant, WV
August 3, 1965
West Columbia Resident Dies
Howard Boswell, 54, of West Columbia, died unexpectedly this morning at 10 am, at Holzer Hospital.
A farmer, he was born August 10, 1910 at Given, W.Va., in Jackson County. He is a son of Mrs. Rosa Carney Boswell of Leon, who survives, and of the late William G Boswell.
Mr Boswell was a member of the Leon Baptist Church, a veteran of World War II, and a member of the American Legion Mason County post no. 23.
Other survivors in addition to his mother, include his wife, Mrs Emma Louise Robinson Boswell; six sons, William H Boswell Jr., of Clifton, Ray, James, Dale, Roger, and Richard Boswell at home.
Two daughters, Mrs Carl E (Ruth Marie) Dunham of Leon, and Mrs Denise Ray (Jeanie) Howell of Gallipolis, Ohio, two brothers, Dunard Boswell of Denver, Colorado, and Charles Boswell of Gallipolis, Ohio.
Two sisters, Mrs Naomi Gainer of Newark, Ohio, and Mrs Luella Keefer of Leon, and one grandson.
The body is at the Crow-Hussell funeral home where arrangements are incomplete.
Mason County Message Board
Posted by R Pullin
Sun, 20 Feb 2000
Art Cottrill, 68 Passed away February 1, 1965 in Akron Oh. Mr. Cottrill maintained a farm at Flatrock, WVa, Born January 3,1897 in Mason Co. WVa. He was the son of the late will and Bertha McCarty Cottrill. He spent most of his latter life in Akron, Oh, where he recently retired from his job at Firestone Rubber Co. He was a member of the Catherdral of Tomorrow Church in Akron. Survivors include his wife Arlene Cottrill, and one son, Charles Cottrill both of Akron; one stepson Jerry Kraft, two grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be Saturday at 1 pm in Akron. The body is at the Eckard-Baldwin funeral home in Akron.
Schultz, Frederick Elmo
Mason County Message Board
Posted by Okey L. King
Friday, April 13, 2001
Frederick Elmo Schultz, 40, of 2615 ½ Jackson Ave. Died February 5, 1965 at Pleasant Valley Hospital where he had been a patient since October 19, 1964. Mr. Schultz suffered burns in a flash fire while reprocessing TNT.
The deceased was an employee of Charles Barney at Meadow Brook Drive,
A World War II veteran, he was a member of American Legion Post No. 23, and a life long resident of Pt. Pleasant.
Born April 23, 1924, he is the son of Frederick Schultz and Besse Dunham Schultz of Point Pleasant. He is the grandson of Alexander Lecke Crow and Alda B. Morrison Dunham Jeffers and August Frederick and Thlema Maria Cain Schultz.
Survivors in addition to his parents are his wife, Mrs. Hester Dotson Schultz; a daughter, Lola Jean Schultz of Toledo, Ohio; three sons, Frederick Elmo Jr.., Roy Lee, and Johnny Gay, all at home; a sister, Mrs. Aveline Hasilip of Louisville, Georgia; and a brother, Reevis Schultz of Columbus, Ohio.
Funeral Services will be conducted on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Chapman-Wilcoxen Mortuary with the Rev, Wilbur Paxton officiating. Burial will be in the Suncrest Cemetery. Graveside rites will be conducted by the American Legion Post No. 23.
Last update: March 7, 2005