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    Clifford E. Thomson. The oldest furniture and undertaking establishment in Miami county is that, now conducted at Troy under the name and management of Clifford E. Thomson, the business having been established here about 1850 and the present proprietor being the third generation of the family to conduct its affairs. Mr. Thomson was born at Troy, September 18, 1892, a son of Elmer E. and Caroline J. (Riley) Thomson. The only child of his parents, he was educated in the public schools and at Denison University, and on completing his studies became associated with his father in the undertaking and furniture business, at the latter's death taking entire charge of the establishment. He carries a full line of high- class furniture and household furnishings and is a business man of sound worth and standing. The undertaking and funeral directing department is fully equipped in every way for the reverent handling and care of the dead. Mr. Thomson has been public-spirited in his citizenship, and during the war period was a member of the Red Cross committee and active in the war chest drives. He belongs to various Masonic bodies and is also an Elk and a member of the Knights of Pythias. He married Catherine, daughter of Dr. W. H. Sedgwick, a physician, of Newark, Ohio.

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