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 - tMMI fifty -Deaths- "' Tucker Services ''...
tMMI fifty -Deaths- "' Tucker Services '' Requiem mass for Frank W 'Tucker, 86, who died Wednesda C'kt University Hospital, will be - at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Pat rick's Church, with burial a ,^St. Joseph's Cemetery. ,' The rosary will be at 7.3 ' p.m. Friday at the Donohu t Mortuary, where friends ma '^call after 1 p.m. Friday. , ,' Mr. Tucker, who had mad ,^ ( his home the past two year ,;,at an Iowa City nursing home . ,,was bprn June 12,1882, in Ceda r County to Richard and Julie 'Moylan Tucker. He married Elizabeth Fitzpat April 25, 1907. He farme *%3n the West Branch and Downey ;*^!areas most of his adult life ^ Surviving are a son, Ray rfe-of Canton, Ohio; a daughter :Ttfrs. Ray F. (Lorna) Cooney ;';"if North Canton, Ohio; twc I-xgrandehildren, and two sisters : !Mrs. J. L. (Anna) Gatens am z'fflks- T. J. (Susan) Kenney, both *~T«pf Iowa City. 'y^S r^t His wife, an infant daughter l-cfthree brothers and two sisten k **Slied earlier. If of py with such party cies If any have war Clark Rep. Sen. Sen. Sen. South In which The hope will Ing

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  1. Iowa City Press-Citizen,
  2. 24 Oct 1968, Thu,
  3. Page 21

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