19 February 1961 Az Republic (Phoenix, AZ) Widmer Mortuary and Chapel

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19 February 1961 Az Republic (Phoenix, AZ) Widmer Mortuary and Chapel - to tomorrow. bu to to fair oc deg deg Jan....
to tomorrow. bu to to fair oc deg deg Jan. Deaths And Funerals Troyse E. Atwoorl PRESCOTT — Services for Troyse E. Atwood, 42, who died Wednesday in the Veterans Ad ministration Hospital in Phoenix, will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow In the Chapel in the Garden, Widmer Widmer Mortuary and Chapel here. The Rev. Donald Cramer will officiate. Friends may call at the mortuary mortuary all day today and until service service time tomorrow. Mr. Atwood was a native of Texas. He came to Arizona 32 years ago. He was a World War II veteran. He managed the Veterans Veterans of Foreign Wars Club in Tempe.. He lived at 13 W. Fourth St. in Tempe. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. He is survived by two daughters, daughters, Karen and Sharon, both of Phoenix; his mother, Mrs. E. C. Atwood of Prescott; a brother, Lynn Atwood of Globe; and a sister, sister, Mrs. E. B. Malone of Fuller ton, Calif. Lisle N. Hood MESA—Rosary for Lisle N. Hood, 61, of 437 W. Mahoney. will die; two brothers, Harold, Granada Granada Hills, Calif., and Darrcll, Columbia, Mo.; and three sisters, Mrs. Ida Bond of Mission Hills, Calif., Mrs. Blanche Cain of Pomeroy, Pomeroy, Iowa, and Mrs. Alice Wiggins Wiggins of Hollywood, Calif. Lawrence De Zee PRESCOTT — Funeral services for Lawrence De Zee, 51, who died Thursday in the Veterans Administration Hospital at Whippie, Whippie, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Whipple Chapel. Burial will be in the Veterans Administration Cemetery. Friends may call from noon Tuesday until service time at the Widmer Mortuary and Chapel. Mr. De Zee was born in Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He came to Arizona 33 years ago. He was a naturalized citizen. He was tile setter and a veteran of World War II. He resided in Bumble Bee. He Is survived by his father, John De Zee of Los Angeles; a brother, Harry De Zee of Crown King; a sister, Mrs. Harold Meek of Phoenix; and his stepmother, Mrs. John De Zee of Phoenix.

Clipped from Arizona Republic19 Feb 1961, SunPage 98

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)19 Feb 1961, SunPage 98
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