21 April 1955 (Warren) Sherling Ferre
Sherl Ferre, 57, Provo city em- ploye, died this morning at 11:30 a. m. in a Provo physician's office office following 4 heai attack suffered suffered on the job. He* had'gone to work this morfi- ing for Provo City Water Works Department where he was employed employed as foremen, when he was stricken with a pain in his chest. He was rushed* to,the physician, Heart Attack on Job Claims Sherl Ferre, Gity Employe Utah, Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY—Mrs. Zina Rachel Monson, 57, died Wednesday, Wednesday, funeral Saturday, 2 p.m., Rosecrest LDS Ward chapel. Thane Eldon Smith, seven-month- old son of Sherwii. Erwyce and Myrle EsteUe Aaron Smith, 749 W. 3rd-N., died Tuesday, funeral Friday, 1C a. m., 255-2 d E. Mrs. Rosanna Fuller Tucker, 72, Jackson, Jackson, Wyo., former resident, died Tuesday. Randell Curley, year- old daughter of J.« Warren and Kathleen Ward Curley, 1824 Fieldcrest Fieldcrest Lane, died Tuesday, funeral funeral Thursday, 1 p. m ., 4760- S. State. FILLMORE-James L. Chris- tophsrson, 55, died Tuesday, funeral Saturday, 1 p. m., Second Second LDS Ward chapel. SOUTH JORDAN—Tokizo Tate- oka, 76, 10000 S. 27th W., died Tuesday. OGDEN _ John Holtman, 79 died Tuesday. Adelbert Leroy Chase, 75, died Wednesday, funeral funeral Saturday, 1 p. m ., Myers and Foulger Funera 1 Chapel. NEOLA — Dar iel Franklin Mitchell, 75, died Monday, funeral funeral Friday, 2 p. m., Roosevelt LDS Stake chapel. Trusteeship who pronounced it a coronary heart attack. He died a few minutes minutes after reaching the office. He resided at 381 E. 4th S. . He was born Feb. 14, 1898, in Provo, a son of Warren S. and Emily L. Bowen Ferre. He attended attended Provo schools. As a young man he worked with his father on the family farm. He served with the Field Remount Remount Squadron 301, American Expeditionary Forces ^ in Germany Germany in World War I. He enlisted Dec. 14, 1911, and received an honorable "discharge Oct. 21 ; 1919. He married Minerva Daniels 3ct. 10, 1922, in Provo. He worked for the Union Paci- ic Li Lynndyl for three years. He eturned to Provo to work for the ronton plant; later for the Tri- State Lumber Co. For the past LO years, he has been employed jy Provo City water works He was a member of the LDS uxch; Veterans of foreign Vars and the American Legion. Survivors include his wife; hree sons and one daughter, Sherl D. Ferre, Nephi; James D.. ack W. and Sharon. Ferre, all )f Provo; three grandchildren; ind two brothers and two sisters, Villiam D. Ferre, Provo; Max J. Ferre, Pleasant Grove; Mrs. Fohr E. (Dora) Andersoa, Boise, ind Mrs. Glen (LaVeU) McKee, 5pringville. Funeral services will be con- lucted Saturday at 2 p. m. \in Jerg Drawing Room Chapel by r rank Van Wagenen, bishop of Pro"O First Wird. Friends may :all at the mortuary Friday from 5 to 8 p. m. and Saturday prior o services. Burial will be in Provo Provo City Cemetery with military rites and honors.