The 59-year-old man who was one of two found shot to death in a Harrison Twp. car dealership worked at Good Samaritan Hospital for four decades.
Lester Golson and Buck-I Auto Sales owner Frank D. Buck, 71, were both found dead from apparent gunshot wounds on Feb. 19. Buck’s daughter said the two men were friends and a 911 caller said she saw two men “tussling” and one pull a gun.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office investigators said they are not looking for suspects and that the incident was “contained” inside the dealership at 2801 N. Dixie Drive.
Golson worked at Good Sam for 41 years and was a lifelong Dayton resident, according to an obituary published online.
Other survivors included “the love of his life, Lenora Turner,” son Brandon Golson, daughter Jalana Golson, sisters Hildred Patterson, Terisa Williams, Anna Dozier and twin brother Chester Golson plus numerous friends and relatives.
Golson’s funeral is scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Luke Baptist Church, 2262 N. Gettysburg Ave. Visitation is scheduled from 10 to 11 a.m. with interment and West Memory Gardens.
Buck’s obituary said he was a U.S. Army veteran who served in Vietnam. Service details have not been completed.
The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office has said the cause and manner of the men’s deaths are pending.
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