Clipped From Mt. Vernon Register-News
Arthur Pulliam, Former Resident, Dies At Age 73 Arthur A. Pulli.OTi, 73, died at 32:45 p. m, Monday in Springfield, Springfield, Illinois. He was a foiTnef resident of Mt. Vernon. Funeral se-i-vices win he held Thursday afternoon In Spring- tieM, m. Mr. PuUiam was the oldest son of Albert R. and Mary (Davis). PuUiam. Survivors include his wife, Mary; two sons, Raymond and Wilber Fnilliam; two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Wood and Mrs. /ivian Wood, all of Springfield; three brothers, Curtis E. Pulliam Pulliam of Flora, Ernest R. Pulliam of Vincennes, Ind,, and Georg« E. Pulliam of Rockford; and several grandchildren. Mr. Pulliam was preceded In death by his parents and on» ulster, Etliel (PuUiam) Johnson. Mr. Pulliam was an engineer for the Chicago and Alton Rall- rmd tor 50 years.