Annie Parks Obit, The Herald, Tuesday, August 3, 1976

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Annie Parks Obit, The Herald, Tuesday, August 3, 1976 - Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Tuesday,...
Page 4-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Tuesday, Aogu9t3,lg76 Obituaries Annie P. Riflby KAYSVILLE - Funeral services for Annie Parkes Rigby, 93, of 1322 S. Main St., Kaysville, who died of causes incident to age Sunday, Aug. 1, 1976 at her home, will be Wednesday at noon in the Farmington, Farmington, Davis County, Seventh LDS Ward Chapel, 900 Compote Road. Mrs. Rigby was the sister of Charles Edward Parkes, Orem. She was born on June 26, 1883 in Bountiful to John Orson and Anna Maria Feveryear Parkes. She married Frank L. Rigby on Dec. 6, 1905 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, and he died Dec. 4, 1954. She was active in the LDS Church. She had worked for the telephone company. Survivors include one son and three daughters, William C. Rigby, Mrs. Irvin L. (Annie) Pearson, Mrs. Alvey C. (Lucy) McCullough and Mrs. B. Grant (Margaret) Johnson, all of Farmington; five grandchildren; 13 great- grandchildren; 32 great-great- grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Charles Edward Parkes, Orem; John Henry Parkes and Mrs. Myrtle Lillian Simon, both of Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Ruth Minnie Bundy, North Hollywood, Calif. Friends may call at Lindquist Kaysville Mortuary, 840 N. Main St., tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock or Wednesday at the chapel one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Farmington City Cemetery. Ronald Hendrichten Funeral services for Ronald Wilford Henrichsen, 52, of 695 N 700 W., Provo, who died Monday, Aug. 2, 1976 at his home after a long illness, will be Friday at 2 p.m. in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. or Friday prior to services. Burial will be in Provo City Cemetery where full military honors will be given by Veterans of Foreign Wars District Four. Mr. Henrichsen was born May 2,1924 in Provo, to Edwin R. and Beulah Giles Henrichsen. He married Venita Allred on May 4,1948 in Evanston, Wyo., and they later were divorced. Until retiring 10 years ago with a disability, Mr. Henrichsen worked for Geneva Steel Works. He received his education in Provo City Schools, joined the U.S. Army during World War II and served in the South Pacific. Upon his release, he died He in Nov. a of was of the and and

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