New Haven, OH Two Auto Collision, Mar 1957

MARION RESIDENT'S SON, FOUR GRANDCHILDREN DIE.

AMONG 6 DEAD IN CRASH.

CHARLES L. MOSER, 31, of near Plymouth, son of a Marion resident, and four of his children were victims of a traffic accident near New Haven Sunday.
Another child was critically injured in the crash, which also killed the other driver involved, MISS SHIRLEY J. REEDER, 31, of Plymouth.
MR. MOSER, three of the children and MISS REEDER were killed instantly. Another MOSER child, MARSHA, 4, died in Willard Hospital today.

Collide At Intersection.
The accident occurred on U.S. 224 about a mile and one-half east of New Haven when the MOSER and REEDER cars collided at an intersection.
Killed with MR. MOSER were GARY, 7; DOUGLAS, 6; and VICKI, 5, his children.
JAMES L. MOSER, 9, was critically injured and is reported in "poor" condition in the hospital.
Mr. Moser's wife, Dolores, and three other children were at home at the time of the accident. The other children are Donna, 10, and Melinda and Deanna, infants.

Brother, Sister Here.
Mr. Moser is the son of W. C. Moser of 357 Olney Ave. He was a foreman at Shelby Air Force Depot. He was born north of Marion in Crawford County and was graduated from Willard High School. He served as a Navy tail-gunner during World War II.
In addition to his father and step-mother, a brother and sister reside here. They are Mrs. Byron Pierce of Patterson St. and Robert Moser of S. Prospect St. Other brothers and sisters are Wilbur of Bucyrus, Mrs. Jack Vaughan of Nevada, Edwin of San Antonio, Texas, Donald of Ontario, John of North Fairfield, Mrs. Kenneth Veppen of Bellevue and Lt. Richard Moser of the U.S. Air Force, stationed in France.
Funeral services will be held in the Johnson and Young Funeral Home in North Fairfield. Final arrangements are awaiting the return of Lt. Moser from France.

The Marion Star Ohio 1957-03-11