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Fireman Was Active In Scouts, Walton League Funeral services for Ira A. Navarre, 51, of 415 Longshore Drive, veteran Ann Arbor fireman who was killed yesterday afternoon in a train-car collision, will be held at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon at the Muehlig Chapel. Rev. John Schurman will officiate. Mr. Navarre, born Jan. 19, 1897, at Flat Rock, was the son of Isaac and Rose Mannausau Navarre. After spending his early years in Flat Rock, he joined the U. S. Signal Corps for service in World War I. He came to Ann Arbor in 1924, two years after his marriage, in 1922, to Majel Whitlock of Hamburg. It was in October of 1924 that he joined the Ann Arbor Fire Department, with which he was still serving at the time of his death. Mr. Navarre was a member of Calvary Evangelical and United Brethren Church. Active In Walton League He was active in the American Legion and the local chapter of the Izaak Walton League, and for many years assisted in projects of the Washtenaw-Livingston County Boy Scout Council, of which he was a member. Surviving Mr. Navarre, besides his wife, Majel, are four sons, Neilan I. and Nelson W., twins, and Norbert H. and Dayle, all of Ann Arbor. Also surviving are four brothers, Robert of Lincoln Park, William and Lawrence of Trenton, and Clarence of Brighton; and three sisters, Mrs. Frederick Watson of Venedocia, O., Mrs. Thomas Featherly of Hamburg, and Mrs. William Gray of Ann Arbor. Friends may call at the Muehlig Chapel up to the time of the services tomorrow. Burial will be in Hamburg Cemetery.