Clifford - 18 Apr 1947
Contact: Kathleen Englebretson
----Source: Marshfield News-Herald/ 23 April 1947 and Pittsville/ 1 May 1957
Clifford N. Eggett
SPENCER—Funeral services for Clifford N. Eggett, 42, Pittsville, who died at the home of his mother. Mrs. E. N. Cox in Cheney, Washington, April 18 (1947), were held at the Methodist Church in Spencer Wednesday, the Rev. Rudolph Schulze of the Moravian, Wisconsin Rapids officiating. Internment was made at the West Spencer Cemetery. Mr. Eggett, whose widow and three children live south west of this city, went to Cheney recently in hopes of regaining his health. A brother, Robert Eggett, accompanied the remains to this state.
Pallbearers were William J. Metzer, Arthur Habeck, Robert Morrow, Alvin Lindow, Melvin Lindow, and Eugene Lindow, nephews of the deceased.
Nieces Mrs. William J. Metzger, Mrs. Robert Morrow, Jane Gasse and Lorraine Morrow served as flower girls.
Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the funeral included Mrs. E. N. Cox and Robert Eggett, Cheney, Washington; Minnie and George Eggett, Mr. and Mrs. James Englebretson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eggett, Mrs. Minnie Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cox, and Mrs. Carl Stabnow, Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Moore and Frank Denny, Owen; Mrs. Anna Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lindow and sons, Norman, Eugene Alvin and Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Habeck and son LaVerne and Arthur and daughters Mildred and Mrs. Percy Maxam, Mr. and Mrs. William Biesner, Henry and Arthur Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder, and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tauchen, Dorchester.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lindow and son, David, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gasse and daughter, Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loos, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldamer, Abbotsford, and John and Sid Miller, Pittsville. CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the flowers, and those that donated in any way during our recent bereavement, the death of our dear husband and father. We also wish to thank the Rev. Schulze for his comforting words. Mrs. Clifford Eggett and children)
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