Piqua Daily Call
14 July 1947
Thomas T. Bayman, 39, of 805 North Main street, died at 2 pm Sunday at Piqua Memorial Hospital, where he had undergone surgery July 11. He was a bread salesman, operating his own distribution business for a number of years.
The son of W. C. and Rose Arnett Bayman, he was born in Dayton January 8, 1908, and had been a resident of Piqua for 34 years. His father for many years owned and operated a bakery on Broadway near the junction of that street with Riverside drive.
A graduate of Piqua Central high school, he was a member of the Church of Christ and was married November 23, 1929, to Alida Doris Covault who survives. He was also a member of the United Commercial Travelers.
Surviving besides his wife are two children, Joyce, 5, and Dickie, 7; three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Fox of Greenville, Mrs. H. C. Henry of East Liverpool and Mrs. Fred Houser Jr. (Charlene) of Piqua; a half- brother, William Bayman of Piqua and his stepmother, Mrs. Bertha Bayman, also of Piqua.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 pm Wednesday at the Finfrock funeral home, the Rev. F. N. Crawford officiating, burial to be in Forest Hill cemetery.
Friends may call at the Bayman residence, North Main street, tonight, Tuesday and until 12 noon Wednesday when the body will be removed to the Finfrock funeral home.
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