Obit: Tucker, Mable (Pierce) - 27 Feb 1955
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----Source: Marshfield News-Herald/28 February 1955

Mable (Pierce) Tucker Mrs. George Tucker Dies Early Sunday

LOYAL- Mrs. George Tucker, 76, died at the home of her son, Harold Tucker at 2 AM, Sunday (27 February 1955), following a lingering illness. She had been in ill health for several years.

Funeral services are tentatively scheduled for 2 PM, Wednesday at the local Methodist church, of which she was a member. The Rev. Willard M. Mecklenburg will officiate and burial will take place in the Loyal Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Meyer Funeral Home, where the body will be in state from Tuesday morning until Wednesday noon, when the body will be taken to the church.

Mrs. Tucker, formerly Mable Pierce, was born October 28, 1878, at Greenwood where she was married to George Tucker on July 4, 1896. She received her education in rural schools in the town of Eden.

The couple lived on a farm in Eden Township until about 30 years ago, when they came to the city of Loyal. Mr. Tucker died in January 1939. The past 1½ years Mrs. Tucker made her home with her children.

She was a member of the Royal Neighbors of America and held several different offices in the church societies.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Bessie) Blancher, Seattle, Wash.: two sons, Harold and William Tucker, Loyal: a brother, Roy Pierce, St. Helens, Ore.; a sister, Mrs. Amos (Gladys) Davis, Downs, Kan.; six grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

Three sisters also preceded her in death.

 

 


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