McKenzie, Brady W. 1939

Obituary – Brady W. McKenzie
Contributed to Genealogy Pit Stop
By Saundra Anderson
East Liverpool Review
Saturday, Feb. 18, 1939 – pg. 2

Brady Walter McKenzie, 51, potter, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home on the East Liverpool Calcutta road near the United Presbyterian church Friday at 11:20 p.m.

Mr. McKenzie was employed at the C. C. Thompson pottery for about 35 years, going to the Harker pottery recently following suspension of the Thompson plant. He was a member of the National Brotherhood of Operative Potters, the Elks lodge and Orioles club.

He leaves his widow, Mrs. Wilda A. McKenzie; one son, Paul H. McKenzie; one sister, Mrs. Cora Myers; four brothers, Hathaway McKenzie, Hughey Mckenzie, Orin B. McKenzie and Fulton McKenzie, all of East Liverpool and two grandchildren, all of East Liverpool.

The body was removed to the Arner funeral home and will be returned to his home Sunday morning. Funeral services will be held there Monday at 2:30 p.m. in chargeof Adjutant and Mrs. Albert Schramm of the Salvation Army. Burial will be made in the Calcutta United Presbyterian cemetery.

Friends may call at the Arner home in Fifth st. tonight or at the home Sunday afternoon or night.