Harry Gammon obituary
DEATH CLAIMS HARRY GAMMON Harry Gammon, 67, prominent farmer of Vineyard, died this morning at 11:15 o'clock at the family home, following a lingering lingering illness from diabetis. Mr. Gammon was born in London, London, England, Sept. 12, 18S7, and came to tsis country in 1883. He settled in Illinois, later moving to South Dakota. After moving in Utah, he joined the L.D.S. church, and was married to Olena Larsen Larsen in the Manti temple, May 3, 1893. He had always been prominent both in church and civic aitivi- ties. He was a High Priest at the time of death, and for 27 years, had worked on the old folks' committee committee of Utah and Sharon stakes. He was secretary for the Sharon stake committee until this spring when his health failed him, was parent class teacher of the Vineyard ward Sunday school, and ward clerk for many years. He was a member of the Alpine school board for two terms, and at the time of death was a director director of the Pleasant Grove bank. Surviving are his wife, five sons, Clarence N., Harold LeRoy and Ray Gammon, Vineyard; Leland Leland J. Gammon, Provo, and Welby Welby Gammon, Los Angeles, and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Vineyard ward chapel Sunday Sunday at 1 o'clock. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary until Sunday Sunday morning, and at the family home from then until time for I the services. Interment will ha i in the Provo city cemetery.