Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
i | j I ! | I . ' i Bertha Black ; . Mrs. Bertha Ellen Black, 82, died Saturday at the "home 'of a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ward C. Sevy, 1023 30th. Mrs.' Black was born March 30, 1879, in Villisca, Iowa, a daughter of Rueben and Sarah Cantrell Arnold. She was married to Fremont Breach in Lebanon, Neb. He died in 1937. On Aug. 6, 1943, she was married to John Grandin in Ogden. He" died" Oct. 12, 1946. She was married fo Andrew C. Slack on Dec. 23, 1952, in Ogden. She resided in Lebanon, Neb., 40 years, lived in Ogden 15 years and moved to Washington, Utah, returning to Ogden last May. She had been employed at Ogden Arsenal had been a practical nurse. She was a member of .the Twenty-third Ward and had been active in the Relief Society. She had been active in the Ogden Blind Association and was a member of Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Surviving are her husband, three sons and one daughter, Rueben Breach, Indianola, Neb.; Harley Breach, Danbury, Neb.; Charles Breach, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Wilbur (Ellen) Teeter, Wilsonville, Neb.; five stepsons and four stepdaughters, George Black, Allen Slack, Lew Black, all of Henderson, Neb.; Joseph Black, North Las Vegas, Nev.,- Lyle Black, Mrs. Nellie Covington, Mrs. Ward C. (Mamie) Sevy, Mrs. James (Olive) Vasilo, all of Ogden; Mrs. Clifford (Dorothy Mae) Prisbery, Washington, Utah; 29 grandchildren, 30 step- grandchildren, 26 step-great-grandchildren, one brother, Frank Arnold, Oregon. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Harvey R. Schwitzer of the Twenty-third Ward officiating. Friends call at the mortuary Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday prior to' services. Interment in Lebanon, Neb. (Picture is an earlier likeness).