George Albert Luno, resident of Grimsby for the last 17 years, died at his Main Street home on Christmas Day. While he had not been in good health for some weeks, he was seriously ill but a few days.
In his 78th year, he was born at Markham, Ont. on May 31, 1860, a son of the late Christopher and Clarinda Luno.
As a young man he started railroading. Later he conducted a jewellery business and for several years he was city assessor in Medicine Hat, Alta. He was an adherent of the United church and a member of the Masonic Order. In politics he was a staunch conservative.
Surviving are his wife, and two daughters, Mrs. James Baker, Grimsby, and Mrs. Phyllis Dawson, Medicine Hat. Funeral services were conducted from his late residence on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. R.B. Ferris of Trinity United Church officiating, assisted by Rev. Robert Darke of Port Rowan and Rev. W.N. Chantler of Toronto. Interment taking place in Queen's Lawn cemetery. The pallbearers were W.W. Ferris, David Allan, J.H. Gibson, t.E. Mannell, Albert Marsh and J.H. Culp.