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The death of Ed Breon 77 came Monday at noon at Shattuck hospital followin an illness of only a few hours.
When he first felt his condition weakening Sunday evening, his neighbor John Moberly, happened to see him who upon seeing he was quite weak sent word to Mrs George Breon, a sister-in-law one mile south of town, who came at once to see about his condition.
Dr. H.K. Hill was called, who advised that he be removed to the hospital. He was then entered in the hospital at about 10 o'clock Sunday night.
Mr Breon had farmed in the Speermoore vicinity about thirty years before moving to Laverene. After coming to town he worked at day labor and at capentry until of recent years he had retired because of failing health. He was however up in fair health until his last illness.
Edward A Breon, son of Daniel and Rebecca Breon, was born at Freeport Illinois, March 12, 1872 and departed this life June 27,1949, at Shattuck hospital, at the age of 77 years, three months and 15 days.
He moved with his parents to Oklahoma in 1904, where he resided in the Speermoore community for a few years until he moved to Laverne where he spent the latter years of his life.
He was married to Laura Belle Sloan April 23,1922. His wife preceded him in death September 26,1940.
He leaves to mourn his passing three brothers, Tom of Laverne, Sam of Spokane,Washington and Frank of Monmouth,Oregon one sister, Katy Ring of Burden, Kansas, also a number of relatives and friends. One brother, George, preceded him in death May 1, 1949.
Edd as he was known to everyone was a good neighbor and friend and will be greatly missed by all to those who knew him.
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