Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
of Salt uatnenne wnerc mar- IDS and moveo George A. Amidan SLAlEKViLLE - George Alfred Amidan, of Slaterviiie, was dead on arrival at ttit Dee Hospital Monday of natural causes. Mr. Amiaan was Born tea. 28, lu3, in Marriott, a son of William and Isaoell Stanger Amidan. He was reared and educated in Weoer County. On Dec. 30, 1913, he was married to Ekins in Farmington. The family resided in Sieterville where Mr. Amidan farmed and m 19)9 moved to Hansen, Idaho, where ne farmed. In 1922 the family returned to Slaterville. He had worked at thÂ« factory and teed yard. Mrs. sugar l iwu ydru. He was a member of the Ogden Blind Association and Slaterville IDS Ward Surviving are his widow, four sons and four daughters, Walter Amidan, Slaterville- Don Amidan, Pleasant View; Ray Amidan South Ogden; Lewis Amidan, North Osden- Mrs. Roy (Edith) Baugh, Morgan- Mrs Pauline Dayton, Mrs. Tom (Helen) Stewart Mrs. Richard (Charell) Anderson, all of Ogden; 39 grandchildren, U great-grandcnil- dren, one sister, Mrs. Martha Taylor Ogden Funeral services will be conducted Thur^day at I p.m. in the Chapel of Flowers tuary with Bishop Orvil H. Holley of ths Slaterville Ward officiating. Friends may call at 'he chapel Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m (and Thursday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. ! n Aultorest Memorial Park.