Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
' forfeited C, D. 38, In of recr DEATHS Paul Ellison Skeen people list by for order. W. 1944 In druggist's, Ogden Colonial until Uel- Paul Ellison Skeen. 3s, prominent business man and church leader of Klamath Falls and Portland, Ore., died at ten n. m. Sunday In a local hospital. He wÂ«Â» in Ogden to make arrangements to move his family here from Portland. Mr. Skeen was born July 14, 1810. In Ogden, a son of William RHey and Ellison Skeen. He attended Ogden city schools. He was active in (he L,. D. S. Twelfth and Eighteenth wards. He moved In 1D33 to Klamalh Falls, where he was L. D. S. branch president for two years. He was president of th* south Orcaon L. D. S. district for eight yean While residing In Portland he was Aaronlc priesthood instruction chairman of a ward bulldlnsT committee fend counselor in the stake presidency of th* Y M. M. I, A. He was a director of the Klamath Falls chamber of commerce and chairman of the retail merchants division of the chamber, member of th* Klam- aht Falls board of education and past president of Klamath Falls I4c-ns club. On May IB, 1832. h* married Thelm* Valentine in the L. D, S, Salt Lake temple. Surviving are his widow: two daughters and a son, Carolyn, Barbara and Paul V. Skeen. and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs, Albert E. Bolt, Merrill Skeen, Mr*. Howard Hess and i Richard E. Skeen, Ogden and, Ellison R. Skeen, Logan. Services will be conducted w*dne*- day at one p. m. in the Twelfth ward by Bishop Bradley H. Paul. Burial will b* In Brigham City cemetery directed by the mortuary, Twenty-fourth at Adams.