Pat's grandmother Nellie Fleming McEwan obit.
as 2, 5, 30 2 DIES—Nellie Fleming McEwan, 86, well-known Provo churchwoman and dramatist, who died at the family home Sunday evening following- an illness. Nellie F. McEwan Succumbs at 86 Nellie Fleming McEwan, 86 267 E. 2nd N., died at the family home Sunday evening following a lingering illness. She was born Oct. 20, 1868, a daughter of Thaddious and Julia Ann Turner Fleming. She married John H. McEwan, Dec. 25 1886, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She attended the old Brigham Young Academy prior to her marriage. She was employed in the spinning department of the Knight Woolen Mills for five years. She was a member of the Old Home Dramatic Company and was''well- known for her acting ability. An active member of Provo Fifth Ward, she had served as chorister and teacher and was a member of the Old Folks' Committee for many years. She also had been a member of the first Tabernacle Choir, Daughters of Utah pioneers, Camp No. 1, in which s h e served ' as chorister. Survivors include four sons andi five daughters, John" Lynn McEwan, Ogden; William C. McEwan, Boulder City, Nev.; Mil- tfen F. McEwan, Coltin,, Cal.; Lester E. McEwan, Prov&; Mrs. J. Frank (.Bessie) Ward, San Antonio, Tex.; Mrs. E. G. (Myrtle) Jensen, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Stella M. Rupper and Mrs. A. Lenn (Louise) Singleton, both of Provo and Mrs.. Sherman (Florence) Sparks, Ogden. Also surviving are 24. grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and a brother, Claude Fleming, Ogden. Funeral services .will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. in Berg Drawing Room Chapel with Bishop Richard Larsen of Provo j Fifth LDS Ward officiating Friends may call at the mortuary from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Interment will be in Provo City Cemetery under direction of Berg Mortuary.