Garland V Braddock
Local Hunter Is Victim of Heart Attack Stricken with a fatal heart attack attack while deer hunting in the Little Spearfish Canyon area, near1 Tinton, Saturday, was Garland V. Braddock, 55, of Yellow Creek area. His death was reported to the Lawrence County sheriff's office at 11:25 a.m. by Charles Harvison, Lead, a hunting companion, who phoned from the Latchstring Inn. Member's of the sheriff's office and A. H. Puthoff, acting coroner, handled the investigation. Funeral services will be held in the Wells Funeral Home chapel, Deadwood, at 2 p.m., Tuesday with the Rev. Herbert Cleveland of the Bethel Lutheran ' Church, Lead, officiating. Burial will be in Oak Ride cemetery. , Braddock ws born Feb. 9, 1906 in Brownwood, Tex. He attended schools in Wyoming and at Spearfish Spearfish and lived for1 sometime in the Bear Lodge district. He lived in Deadwood in 1934-35' 1934-35' 1934-35' after which he returned to Wyoming where he resided for about 12 years. Returning Returning to Lawrence county he worked worked for the highway department and the City of Lead. He had lived on a ranch on Yellow Creek, for five years and owned and operated a mink ranch for one year. Feb. 26, 1953 he was married to the former Ruth Vollmer, Dead-wood, Dead-wood, Dead-wood, at Raton, Tex., who sur vives. They operated the St. Onge Bar at St. Onge in 1953-54. 1953-54. 1953-54. Ralph, Lysite, Wyo., and Mrs. Gace Storm, Belle Fourche, a son and daughter by a previous mar riage survive. Four grandchildren, two half brothers, Otto Carlson, Aladdin, Wyo., and Mark Braddock Braddock Jr., San Antonio, Tex., and a half sister, Mrs. Bernita King, Yuma, Ariz., also survive.