Olena Larsen Gammon obituary
3 5 2 Asked & York .35 .58 .15 .01% .16% .84 .04 1 ,4 .15% .03% .11 .06% .02% .31 .03 ] .4 .60 .04 .55 .78 .40 .01% .46 .20% 1.90 .06'/4 .35 .04% .67 .10 1.25 .10% .20 .67% 8.87% .18 2.75 13.25 .08 5.21 24.75 1.97 20.64 11.01 Vineyard Woman Succumbs at 83 VINEYARD — Mrs. OJena Larsen Larsen Gammon, 83, died this morning morning at her home in Vineyard of causes incident to age. She was born Sept. 7, 1870, in Stensby, Presto, Denmark, a daughter of Neils and Anne Mathai- son Larsen. She came to Utah with ner parents when she was three years old. The family settled settled first in Lake View and later moved to Vineyard. She received her early education education at Lake View. An active member of the L D S Church, Mrs. Gammon Mrs. Gammon na( j been engaged engaged in church work for more than 60 years. She served as president president of the Primary and a counselor counselor and teacher in the Vineyard Ward Relief Society. For more than 35 years she served on the Old Folks Committee of Utah and Sharon Stakes. Mrs. Gammon was active in Red Cross work and was awarded a special citation for her work in the organization during World War II. She worked also as a practical nurse. She was married to Harry Gammon Gammon May 3, 1893, in the Manti LDS Temple. He died Aug. 25, 1935. Surviving are five sons, Clarence Clarence N. Gammon and Ray Gammon, Gammon, both of Vineyard; Leland J. Gammon, Provo; H. LeRoy Gammon, Gammon, Lehi; Welby Gammon, Pleasant Pleasant Grove; 25 grandchildren; 16 great - grandchildren; a brother, Benjamin Larsen, Long Beach, Cal.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Christensen, Christensen, Vaughn, Mont.; Mrs. Nora Anderson, Vineyard. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Saturday at 12 noon in the Berg Mortuary chapel by Alton Morrill of the Vineyard Ward bish- opic. Friends may call at the mortuary mortuary Friday from 6 to 8 p. m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Provo Cemetery. record storm more rain Utah Obituaries get day. for of as and of remained Arvid South died 59, 8. Jones 59.