Clipped From Williamsburg Journal Tribune
department. JOHN F. FIGG FUNERAL SERVICE HELD FRIDAY Funeral services for John F. Figg were held Friday, June 17 at 2 p. m. in the Hoover Funeral home, Marengo. The Rev. Harland Gant was in charge of the services, with the American Legion participating participating as honor guard. Mr. Figg had been in failing i health during the past two years, and has been confined to his 'bed for the past ifour months. He died Wednesday, July 14 at an Iowa City hospital. He was 67 years old. John Franklin Figg, was born April 18, 1887 near Marengo and spent most of his life in that vicinity. vicinity. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Figg. Mr. Figg made his lifetime occupation occupation a carpenter. And was employed in that capacity for the Rick Island Railroad until the time of his retirement two and a half years ago. He was a member of the American American Legion, having seen naval service service during World War I. Mr. Figg is survived -by three sisters. They are Mrs. John Haynes MarshaUtown; Mrs. Alvin Klein- j meyer, Williamsburg and Mrs William Niswander, Van Home.