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Transcribed biography of Cecil and Marie Thurner


Cecil and Marie Thurner purchased a farm and residence two miles south of Hebron in 1935. They moved from DeMotte, where Cecil had been manager and secretary-treasurer of the Keener Township Dairy Corporation for ten years. Since living in the Hebron area, he has held the position of district chairman of the Pure Milk Association for nearly four years, was county committee chairman of the Agriculture Adjustment Association, was a member of the Porter County Zoning Appeal Board for twelve years, and is currently chairman of the Boone Township School Building Corporation. Marie was a charter member of the former Busy Bees Home Demonstration Club, and is now a member of the Boone Township Homemakers. She has been a member of the Hebron Fortnightly Club since 1940. Both Mr. and Mrs. Thurner have been active members of the Hebron United Methodist Church. They have four children. Mrs. W. W. White (Joy) of Cincinnati, Ohio, Robert Cecil Thurner of Hebron, Mrs. P. G. Belanger (Betty) of South Holland, III., and J. David Thurner of Hebron. They have eleven grandchildren. In 1971, they moved from their rural home to Hebron, where they reside at 326 Church Street.

Source: American Revolution Bicentennial Committee of Porter County. 1976. A Biographical History of Porter County, Indiana. Valparaiso, Indiana: American Revolution Bicentennial Committee of Porter County, Inc. 180 p.
Page(s) in Source: 169

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Biography transcribed by Steven R. Shook


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