Harry Dorris Figard
H. Dorris" Figard H. Don-is" Figlrd ' of Trough Creek' Valley, Huntingdon Star Route, ! '.died unexpectedly .at 1 p. m., ; Saturday-AprJl 28, 1982, at a Huntingdon'doctor's off ice. The deceased liad .arrived at' the office only minutes prior to .being fatally stricken", ;' M * '- : ; Mr. Figard v/asiborn in Huntingdon, a son of David and Ella (Hankins) Figard/- : " He , was united in marriage to, Miss Pauline Bro\vn of Huntingdon. He attended the Calvin Methodist Church. He was a World War I veteran. He ; was a. member of Juniata Valley Barracks No. 1433, Veterans of .World War I; the Huntingdon 'VFW and .Mt, Moris'-Lodge -1J<K 300,' BV and A. M., Huntingdon. , Mr. Figaro was a'retired em- ploye of the State Correctional Institution at Huntingdon.- .• In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons,!,David and John, both at home. Three sisters also survive: Mrs. Myrtle Coffman, Misa. Minnie Figard and 'Mrs. Loiie'ila 'Rich'ards, all of Huntingdon.'- .'•••- -'. , •'-..' Funeral services will be held or Tuesday, May 1, at 4 p. rri. (DST) at 1 Green's funeral home in Huntingdon. The Rev. Wayne L. Richards will officiate and intermeiitiWJll b« made in Riverview Cemetery. -Friends are being -received at the funeral homei Masonic services 'will be held at" the " funeral 'home this Monday, evening! at 8 o'clock <DST).