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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 30 November 1932
Obituary of  WILBUR FICKEL
Wilbur, son of Washington and Catherine F. FICKEL was born May 10, 1866 at New Lexington, OH, and departed this life at his home in Haddam, KS,
Nov. 30, 1932 at the age of 66 years, 6 months and 20 days.

He was married to Mary Maggie MORFORD, Apr. 17, 1895 at Washington, KS. To this union were born six children, five of whom survive him, his wife and one child having preceded him in death.

Those left to mourn his passing are two daughters, Mrs. Maude BEITER, Barnes, Mrs. Mabel WAY,
Haddam, and three sons, James Lavern and Irwin Edgar, both of Ventrua, CA, and Glen LeRoy of the home, and five grandchildren, Nadine, Mary Ann, and Lester V. Jr of Barnes, Jo Ann and Jack LeRoy FICKEL, both of CA; also one sister, Mrs. Viola HANDLEY of Gurley, NE and six brothers, Burl and Arch of Agenda, Calvin of Clyde, Elmer of Beaver, OK, Walter of Oklahoma City, OK and Frank of Chanute, KS.

Mr. FICKEL united with the Christian Church at Wayne, KS, when a young man and has ever been
faithful to the master's Kingdom.

No one ever heard Mr. FICKEL complain when the load grew heavy and his unfailing care of his beloved
wife through her long illness endeared him to the hearts of the community.

The deceased has been janitor of the Haddam Grad School for the past eleven years and will be missed by the school children and teachers.

Funeral services were conducted Saturday at the Haddam Church by Rev. DIXON, assisted by Rev. SNARE. Mrs. Ivan BURTON, Mrs. H.L. GRASSLE, John JEFFERSON and Paul SMERCHECK sang. Interment was made in
Haddam cemetery.

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines


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