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Floyd Mace

Died: Friday, February 28, 1997
Funeral services were held Monday, March 3 at Bigony-Jordan Funeral Home, Albany, for Floyd Mace, 72, who died Feb. 28 at his residence after an extended illness.

The Rev. Roger Hatfield officiated.

Burial was in New Marshfield Cemetery, where military services were conducted by the Athens VFW Post 3477.

Born June 27, 1924, Zaleski, son of Della Carter Mace Leeth of New Marshfield and the late Romaine Mace, he was married to Helen Marie Weaver Mace, who survives.

A retired machinist, carpenter and farmer, he was a member of Conrath Bean DAV Chapter 37, Athens VFW Post 3477 and Mineral Holiness Mission Church and attended the Bremen Holiness Mission.

Also surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Roger (Carol) Swart, Mrs. George (Bernita) Cozort, Mrs. David (Nancy) McClain and Mrs. Mike (Celia) Zeigler, all of Athens, and Mrs. Terry (Leah) Bell of Bremen; a daughter, Tamera Krolow of Albany; four sisters, Addie Jane Riley of Athens and Goldie Shingler West of Cannelburg, Ind.; Mrs. George (Arlee Pidcock) Halbirt of Athens and Mrs. David (Linda) Swart of New Marshfield; two brothers, Arthur (Rose) Mace of Nelsonville and Tim (Elaine) Mace of New Marshfield; 12 grandchildren; five stepgrandchildren and four step-great-grandchildren.

He was also preceded in death by a brother, Leo Mace, and stepfather Jennings Leeth.
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