Clipped From Tucson Daily Citizen
Mrs. Lacarra Succumbs At Home Mrs. Elvia Odam Lacarra, 71, a Tucson resident since 1899, died yesterday at her home, 2525 N. Dodge Blvd. Born in Bienville, La. she came to Tucson as a young girl. She attended schools here and later became a practical nurse. Mrs. Lacarra also had a lifelong interest in music and composed many songs, two of which were recently accepted for recording. She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church, the . Eastern Star, the Pioneer Historical Society and the Tucson Garden Club. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Moyer 'of Tucson and Mrs. Alice Stone of Belmont, Calif.; two nephews, Mark and Hilburn Ruff of Tucson; and two grandchildren, Carol Lynne Clark of Tucson and Charles G. Stone of Belmonl. ; Funeral services were scheduled at 2:30 p*.m. Monday «t Grace Episcopal Church, Rev. Jerry Wallace officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may calf at Brlngi Funeral Home today through Sunday.