Friday, April 10, 2009

More obits

Clarence S. Hunter,
87, of 960 Redstone Road, Washington, died at 4:30 pm Saturday, April 26, 1980, in Washington Hospital.
He was born July 15, 1892, in Savannah, MO., a son of Clarence S. and Anna Harrison Hunter.
A member of Trinity Episcopal Church, he served on the vestry for 12 years and was a junior warden of the church.
Mr. Hunter established the C. S. Hunter Co., whose principal business was building materials and ready –mixed concrete. He retired in 1959.
In 1922, he married Mildred Bell Thistle who died in 1930. In 1932, he married Erma Theakston who died in 1960.
He attended Shadyside Academy and the University of Pittsburgh and graduated from Washington and Jefferson College in 1916.
Mr. Hunter was a member of the Washington Rotary Club and Elks Lodge.
Surviving are two daughters, Helen H. White of Livingston, N. J., and Ann H. Lawhead of Rockland, Calif.; two sons, Clarence Summers Hunter III of Lancaster and Richard T. Hunter of Herndon, VA.; a sister, Catherine Hunter of Washington, 11 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
A brother, David Harrison Hunter, is deceased.
Mr. Hunter donated his body to Humanity Gifts Registry for cancer research.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 29, at Trinity Episcopal Church Memorial contributions may be made to the American Caner Society.

Helen Rutherford Stockdale
, 89, of the Presbyterian Home, formerly of Allison Avenue, Washington, died Tuesday, January 9, 1979, in Washington Hospital.
She was born May 5, 1889, in Avalon, a daughter of the Rev. Matthew Rutherford and Louise Poe Rutherford.
She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of the American Colonists, Current Events Club, a life member of the Washington Hospital Women’s Auxiliary, and the Martha Washington Garden Club.
Surviving are one sister, Elizabeth Rutherford, Washington; and four nephews, Harry Holiday, president of Armco, and Matt Holiday, both of Middletown, Ohio, Albert Holiday, Rijeka, Yugoslavia, and Logan T. Johnston Jr., Chicago, ILL.
Four sisters, Mrs. Logan T. Johnston, Mrs. Charlotte Holiday, Miss Ann Rutherford, and Miss Dorothy Rutherford are deceased.

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