Name:   Ezra Foote Galusha

From:  The Naperville Sun, Naperville, Illinois
Date:  Thursday, May 3, 1928

Ezra Foote Galusha, oldest of the three children of Jacob Andrus Galusha and his wife Pamela Kennecut Foote, was born on the old Galusha homestead, three miles north of Naperville, on September 19, 1846, and died at his home in Naperville, April 24th 1928.

Until he moved to Naperville with his brother's family, the latter part of 1926, Mr. Galusha lived all his life in the home where he was born.

Of a very quiet and gentle but gracious and kindly disposition, he was loved by his large circle of friends, both old and young, who frequented the family home.

Mr. Galusha is survived by his brother Edwin Andrus Galusha of Naperville and his family, and his sister Cora (Mrs. Thomas Hancock) of Chicago.

The burial service at at the residence at 2:00  p.m. was read by the Rev. F. L. Millett of Trinity Episcopal Church, Wheaton.  He was assisted by the Rev. Earl F. Collins od the Congregational Church of Naperville.  Interment was at Warrenville, in the plot where Mr. Galusha's parents and and grandparents are buried.