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 lifelong interest in music and composed composed many songs, two of which were recently accepted for recording. recording. She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church, the . Eastern Star, the Pioneer Historical Society Society and the Tucson Garden Club. She is survived by two daughters, daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Moyer 'of Tucson Tucson and Mrs. Alice Stone of Belmont, 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 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. Sunday.