STANDARD EXAMINER OBITUARIES

                                                                                                Friday, May 24, 1968

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BROWN, Kenneth J.

Dated: Friday, May 24, 1968

 

Headline: Kenneth J. Brown

 

   Kenneth J. Brown, 49, of 223 9th, died Thursday morning at the Dee Hospital of pneumonia.

Mr. Brown was born Aug. 16, 1918, in Greenville, Ky., a son of James William and Pearl Shelton Brown.

He had lived in Greenville, Ky., and Walshville, Ill., and came to Ogden 17 years ago.

On April 4, 1938, he was married to Reathel Pendley in Greenville, Ky.

He had owned and operated Ken’s Garage at 664 W. 24th and formerly worked as a railroad clerk for the

Ogden Union Stockyard Co.

He was a member of the Mound Fort 1st LDS Ward.

Surviving are his widow, one son and one daughter, Roger A. Brown, Mrs. Austin (Marie) Wahlquist,

all of Ogden; two grandchildren, his mother of Ogden, three brothers and two sisters, James R. Brown,

Walshville, Ill.; Lee Brown, Mrs. Verlin (Dimple) Reddish, both of Ogden; Charles Brown, Santa Cruz,

Calif.; Mrs. Walter (Emolene) Helfer, Irving, Ill.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 3 p.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop

Delmar Moulton of the Mount Fort 1st Ward conducting.

Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday from 7 to 9 p,m. and Monday until services.

Burial will be in the Washington Heights Memorial Park.

 

ADAMS, Edgar F.

Dated: Friday, May 24, 1968

 

Headline: Edgar F. Adams

 

   CLEARFIELD--- Edgar Fanning Adams, 72, of 171 W. 200 S., died Thursday morning at his home of

a heart attack.

Mr. Adams was born Nov. 8, 1895, in Layton, a son of Elias Pilling and Hannah Mariah Fanning Adams.

He had lived in Layton and Clearfield all his life. He had been a cattleman and dairyman and retired from

Hill Air Force Base in 1961.

On Dec. 19, 1917, he was married to Ella Knighton in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They were later divorced.

He was a member of the Clearfield 1st LDS Ward and was an elder and home teacher.

Surviving are five sons and two daughters, Edgar Rex Adams, Carson City, Nev.; Jay T. Adams, Kaysville,

Ben E. Adams, Mrs. Richard (LaVon) Coop, both of Clearfield, Layne K. Adams and Ardell Adams, both

of Layton; Mrs. Wayne (Vira) Beus, Cutbank, Mont.; 30 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren.

Also surviving are four brothers and three sisters, Merlin W. Adams, Wilford T. Adams, Joseph R. Adams,

John V. Adams, Mrs. Hazel Morgan, Mrs. Leonard (Leona) Stott, all of Layton; Mrs. Lee (Nellie) Sanders,

Kaysville.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. in the Clearfield 1st Ward Chapel with Bishop O. Ross Sanders

officiating.

Friends may call at Lindquist’s Clearfield Mortuary, 1050 S. State, Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday from

11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

Burial in the Syracuse Cemetery.

 

GARNER, Mary Bigler

Dated: Friday, May 24, 1968

 

Headline: Obituaries-Mary Bigler Garner

 

   Mrs. Mary “Mae” Bigler Garner, 81, of 349 33rd, died Thursday morning at her home of natural causes.

Mrs. Garner was born March 18, 1887, in Mendon, Utah, a daughter of Andrew J. and Annie Paul Bigler.

On Nov. 5, 1904, she was married to Hyrum E. Garner in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mr. Garner died in May 1915.

She lived in Teton, Idaho, after her marriage, and the past 40 years in Ogden.

She was a member of the 1st LDS Ward and was a former Primary teacher and counselor, Relief Society counselor, and

Relief Society teacher over 50 years. She was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Camp O.

She was a former practical nurse.

Surviving are two sons and three daughters, Henry A. Garner, Salt Lake City; Paul R. Garner, Brigham City; Mrs. Leo

(Mary) Shirley, Rexburg, Idaho; Mrs. Thomas C. (Vera) Seppich, Mrs. Evert (Madge) Limburg, both of Ogden;  21

grandchildren, 36 great-grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Vera Bybee, Ogden.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Raymond Orton of the

1st Ward conducting.

Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday until services.

Burial will be in the Teton, Idaho City Cemetery Monday at 4 p.m.