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William E. Feran

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Cuyahoga County


Cleveland Police Department


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Bill Feran

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Bill FeranJump Back BallINSIDEBill Feran - Memorial services for Bill Feran, a retired Cleveland motorcycle policeman often seen on traffic duty on Public Square and at Cleveland Municipal Stadium, will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Christopher Catholic Church, 20141 Detroit Rd., Rocky River. The 78-year-old Westlake resident died Jan. 22 at the Ohio Veterans Home in Sandusky. William E. Feran served with the Cleveland Police Department for 25 years.After retiring, he worked for Cuyahoga County as an investigator. Feran, a Cleveland native, graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 1942.During World War II, he served as an Army infantryman in Europe and took part in the Battle of the Bulge. He belonged to the Knights of Columbus and the Police Anchor Club. His wife, June, died in the late 1980s. Survivors include his wife of 13 years, Gladys; his daughter, Susan Floyd of Lakeside, Calif.; son, Kevin of Lakewood; three grandsons; and three brothers. Donations may be made to the Ohio Veterans Home, 3416 Columbus Ave., Sandusky 44870. Arrangements are by the Malloy Memorial Service of Cleveland.


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