Raymond Dalrymple (1907-1966) Obiturary
Area Raymond Dalrymple LAURENS -- Raymond Dalrymple, Dalrymple, 58, of Bradenton, Fla., died April 5 after an illness four months. Funeral services were held in Bradenton, and burial was Skyway Memorial G a r there. The Rev. Gerald K. Lowe, former Downsville pas.- tor, officiated. 1 Mr. Dalrymple was born 16, 1907, in Plymouth, son of Ralph and Florence (Curtis) Dalrymple. He married Marion Boyd at Norwich May 18, 1932. He was a former state trooper, and after his retirement moved to Florida ten years ago. He had lived in Downs, vllle, Sidney and other communities communities in New York. A graduate of the State Police School, he served under Capt. Daniel Fox of Troop C. He also served as personal bodyguard for Franklin D. Roosevelt whea he was governor governor of New York. For the ftree years of his police career he was a member of the He was a member of Bradenton Bradenton Baptist Church and Downsville Downsville Lodge, FAM. Surviving are his wife; one son, S/Sgt. John R. Dalrymple, In Viet Nam; a daughter, Donald Schork, Florida; two granddaughters, his father, of Orange Park, Fla.; three sis. ters, Mrs. Arthur Wade, Lutz, Fla.; Mrs. Joseph Duran, Bing.- hamton; Mrs. David Grant, Nannbelle, Ore.; a brother, Gerald, of Los Angeles, Calif., and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Gorse Gray, Laurens.