Stillwater Valley News
-- February 1927
Calvin Teague Passes
The funeral services of Mr. Calvin Teague were held from the home this afternoon, Mr. Teague passing away Saturday morning at about 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Teague had gone into rapid decline during the past month, but had reached the age of eighty-three years at the time of his passing. He was tenderly cared for by his daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Aspinall and his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Reck. Mr. Teague was a well known and respected citizen of Covington, having lived here all his life. He lived on S. Wall Street when first retiring from the farm afterward removing to the home where he passed away. He was Director of the Covington Building and Loan from 1905 to 1923. An only daughter, Mrs. George Aspinall, remains to mourn his loss; two grandchildren, Miss Frances and Lawson and two sisters, Mrs. Oran Bolton of Denver, Colorado and Mrs. Elizabeth Reck, also remain. Dr. Thomas had charge of the services this afternoon. Burial was made in the Mausoleum at Highland Cemetery. Routzahn Brothers, Funeral Directors.
Stillwater Valley News
March 1, 1927
Calvin W. Teague
Calvin W. Teague, son of Joseph and Mary Ann Patty Teague, was born near Pleasant Hill, O. on Aug. 5th, 1843 and departed this life Feb. 26th, 1927 at the age of 83 years, 6 months and 21 days. On Sept. 28th, 1872 he was united in marriage to Mary A. Hartle, to which union was born one daughter, Ida Mae, who survives him. The greater part of his life was spent on farms in Miami and Darke counties. He moved with his family to Covington about 35 years ago where he spent the remainder of his life. In 1905 he was elected to the board of Trustees of the Covington Building and Loan Association, in which capacity he served until 1923, when he retired from active service. On Oct. 1st, 1917 he was left alone by the passing of his life companion. There are left of his immediate family, two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Reck of Covington and Mrs. Clara Boulton of Denver, Col. One daughter, Mrs. Ida T. Aspinall with whom he spent his last days, and two grandchildren, Lawson and Frances Aspinall.
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