13 June 1966 Leo S Ferre
Lco Ferre Fall Fatal To Provoan Leo Ferre, 71, 170 E. 3rd s., Provo, died Saturday at the Spa Hot Pots-in Midway as the re- wit of a fan. He was born f*t 21, 1895, to Scipio, the son of RosweU and Eunice S Martin Ferre. He married Ann Stubbs on July 9, 1920, In the Salt LDS Temple. Mr i Kerrc • At the time of his death he was issociated with hij son, Leo s tore, in the Colonial Real Estate Coippany. , He moved with his parents to Provo in 1900 and received his education in Provo City schools He served in the U. S. Army during World War I in Mexico in the old 145th Field Artillery and n France, returning in 1919. He worked for Superior Motor. A member of the LDS Church, Vtr. Ferre.. held the office of •flgh Priest and was an active temple worker. His hobbies were gardening and outdoor activities. activities. He was a member of the : American Legion Dean Mendenhall Post 13 of Provo. Survivors include his widow of Provo; three'sons, Leo S. Ferre, Orem; Paul S. Ferre, San Leandro, Calif.; Clair S. Ferre, Sandy; nine grandchildren; grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Elmer (Jennie) Loveless, Provo. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a. m. in the Provo 22nd Ward Chapel, 85 S. Mh E., with Bishop Reed M. Lyman officiating/Friends may Call at the Berg < Mortuary of Provo Tuesday from 6 to 8 p;m. and Wednesday until 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in the Provo City Cemetery where full military military rites .will be accorded by Dean .Mendenhall Provo Post 13 of the American Legion un- the direction of Commander Floyd A. Wing.