7432 -- Elmer E. Zolman & Addie Perschbacher



Ohio City (OH) Progress of 01-Nov-1945

OLD RESIDENT DIES OUT WEST
Akron, Ind., Oct. 25, '45

To Postmaster, Ohio City, O.
Sir: Will you please hand this notice to the newspaper editor of the death of Dr. Elmer E. Zolman who died Oct. 23rd and whose funeral is today at Long Beach, California at his home at 933 Terraine Ave.
Dr. Zolman was a prominent physician for several years in your town and always had a warm place in his heart for that town and the good people there who he always called his good friends. He with his wife (also deceased) with his two daughters went to Long Beach in 1918, where he was a very prominent physician until he was stricken with a heart ailment last May and was confined to his bed since that time. His two daughters, both married, live there at Long Beach and Santa Ana.
From his sister, Mrs. Clem Harter, Route 2, Akron, Indiana.



Rochester (IN) News-Sentinel of Sat. 31-May-1930


Fred PERSCHBACHER of this city has received word of the death of his sister, Mrs. E. E. ZOLMAN, which occurred Friday at her home in Long Beach, California. Death was due to heart trouble. Mrs. Zolman was formerly Addie Perschbacher of Talma.


The Descendants of Adam Zolman/Zollman

12/31/00 - SAH