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100-year birthdays

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times,
published August 29, 2001


Sally Ohst Thiemann Davis, born July 15, 1898, celebrated her 103rd birthday. She was born in Manistee, Mich., to William and Bertha Stresing Ohst.

Sally was a star high school basketball player and enjoyed traveling to basketball tournaments.

She went to work in Detroit at the Union Guardian Trust Company where she met and married Harold Thiemann in 1920. The couple moved to Hartford, Conn. where she enjoyed golf and activities in her church. Mr. Thiemann died in 1955 and Sally moved to St. Petersburg in 1963.

In 1974 she married James Davis and enjoyed vacation cruises and trips back to Michigan to see her family. She celebrated her birthday with her niece Marjorie Patterson, her great-nephew Mark Patterson, and 30 members of Grace Lutheran Church.

-- We think that living 100 years is worth our taking notice. If you or a family member is about to celebrate a 100th birthday or more, please let us know. Include the following information: the person's full name, date of birth, place of birth, parents' names if known, length of time the person has lived in this area and a phone number in case we have questions. Also, please include a photo that doesn't need to be returned. We'll publish the information as close to the birthday as possible. Send the information to 100-year Birthdays, St. Petersburg Times, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731-1121 or fax to (727) 893-8675.

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