Lewis Dowell Linville Obituary

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Chevrolet a in Lewis D, Linville, Machinery Executive, Dies Lewis Dowcll Linville, a machinery machinery executive in Kansas City, who was, born near Braymer, Braymer, died FMay of a heart at- ;ack in Tucson, Ariz. Mr. Lin- viile, 62, had resided in Kansas City 42 years. Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Newcomer's chapel, Brush Creek and the Paseo. Survivors .VG his wife and a son, Richard of the home and a daughter, Mrs. Jcrold Johnson, Johnson, Olathe. He was the chairman of the board of the Funkhouser Machinery Machinery company, where he began began work in 10tf as a member o£ the parts department. He became became president of the company in 1956. He was past presidenl of Associated Equipment Distributors Distributors and the Builders asso- member of the High School. Miss Anderton, a senior at Breckenndge, was selected for icr performance in a written knowledge and attitude examination examination and will recive a specially specially designed award from General Mills, sponsor of the annual education program. In addition to the award, , now eligible for state and national honon, including one 102 college scholarships totaling $110,000. ciation. He was a ioard of directors of the Ameri' can Royal association. He was also a member of the board of Ihe Monarch Cement company, Humboldt, Kan., and the South' gate State bank, Prairie Village. Village. He was vice-president and director of Beefland International, International, Council Bluffs, la., the advh- ery board of Baptist Memorial hospital and the advisory board of Research hospital. He was a member of the Kansas City club ud nmifeot at it* Eleven- He also was a the Brookridge and the Saddle Eleven club, member of Country club and Siiloin club. He was a Mason, a Shriner md a member of the Royal der of Jesters, for which he director of Court 54. He also was a life member of the Ararat Shrine patrol. Mr. Linville served on the Missouri Conservation commission commission for two years and was national honwary trustee of Ducks Unhmiled, Inc. He was a member of the Bioadway United Methodist church and of t'e official OVERNIGHT GUESTS Sunday overnight guests of Mrs. Nina Foltz were her brother, brother, Raymond Stephens, and Stephens, Kansas City, who also were dinner guests today. Other dinner guests today of Mr? Foltz were her brother, Ralph Stephens, Mrs. Stephans, Mrs. Guisie Riley, Mrs, Bertaa Deaoii, *U« Halt,

Clipped from The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune15 Feb 1971, MonPage 1

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Missouri)15 Feb 1971, MonPage 1
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