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TUESDAY, JAN 27, 2009  |  4 comments
Autopsy: Bay City man froze inside his home
A pathologist said a 93-year-old Bay City man froze to death inside his home - his body found days after city workers said they limited electricity flowing to the house.

Marvin E. Schur suffered "a slow, painful death" inside his home at 1600 S. Chilson St. on Bay City's southwest side, said Dr. Kanu Virani, who performed an autopsy on the body.

"Hypothermia shuts the whole system down, slowly," Virani said. "It's not easy to die from hypothermia without first realizing your fingers and toes feel like they're burning."

Funeral services for Schur, a retired pattern-maker who lived alone, are at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Gephart Funeral Home, 201 W. Midland St. Schur's wife, retired elementary-school teacher Marian I. (Meisel) Schur, died several years ago, and the couple had no children. ...


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News Item1/27/09 3:10 PM
council tenant  Find all comments by council tenant
Guinness wrote:
Anyone got a 50p piece they could lend me?
Nope! Your just going to have to freeze peasant.
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News Item1/27/09 3:05 PM
Guinness  Find all comments by Guinness
Neil wrote:
I have a hard time thinking of price-controlled utilities as capitalistic.
Also note: "This (limiter) is supposed to regulate the amount of electricity he was using, but still allow enough power to run the furnace. Obviously, it didn't work."
That's right. A truly capitalistic company would install a prepayment meter and let the 93 year olds "disconnect themselves".
It provides the needed plausible deniability.

Anyone got a 50p piece they could lend me?

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News Item1/27/09 10:42 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
I have a hard time thinking of price-controlled utilities as capitalistic.

Also note: "This (limiter) is supposed to regulate the amount of electricity he was using, but still allow enough power to run the furnace. Obviously, it didn't work."

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News Item1/27/09 9:24 AM
tweenthelines  Find all comments by tweenthelines
"Bay City Manager Robert V. Belleman said a worker with Bay City Electric Light & Power placed a "limiter" device outside Schur's home, between Schur's electricity meter and electrical service, on Jan. 13."

Isn't capitalism wonderful?

(Neil will probably give me a hard time for saying that)

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