Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
W. Edward Bingham Bingham, 88, of 2120 W. 4400 S,, died Saturday of on ran()c:n!i d''en; one brother and Two sis', Arthur S. Bingham, Roy; Mrs. Iris 1967, his home of natural causes. He was born July 4, 1887, :n a son of Walter and Jessie McDonald Bingham. On Sept. 16, 1916, he married Lillian Rose Jespersen in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He had been a farmer and a school bus driver for 20 y e a r s in Weber County. He had lived In Fairmont, Utah, and Ogden, moving to Roy in 1941, where he continued farming until 1949. He attended Washington School and graduated from Weber Academy In'iMo He served an LDS mission to the western states from 1909 to 1911, and had been ward music director, Sunday School teacher and High Pirest secretary and home teacher in the LDS church He had been office manager for the Ogden Horse end Mule Co. and the Jackson Sheet Metal Co. and had been secretary of the Consolidated Wagon Machine Co. In Salt Lake City. Surviving are his widow of Roy; four sons, and seven daughters, W. Dale Bingham, and Harland W. Bir.gham, both of Roy; Keith J. Bingham, Salt Lake City; Jack E. Bingham, Mrs. Har. ry CBette) Steers, Mrs. Kenneth (Kathleen) Finch and Mrs. LaOead (Nancy) Olson, all of Ogden. Mrs. Ralph (Jessie) Nield, Ririe, Idaho; Mrs. Loran (Donna) Mosher, Sunset; Mrs. Jack (Dolores) Tippetts, Slaterville; Mrs, Leon (Sandra) Brown, Lake Oswego, Ore.; 52 grandchildren; 54 Critchlow, Ogden; Mrs. JamÂ« (Kathryn) Young, Nampa, Calif. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Roy Utah Worth Stake House, 4900 s. 2000 w., in Roy Bishop Jay Cheever officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and at stake center Wednesday one hour prior Church i o services: Burial will be in the City Cemetery.. Funeral directors Lind- qoist and Sons Mortuary.