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Earl Henry Ydstie
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Birth: Feb. 2, 1913
Comstock
Clay County
Minnesota, USA
Death: Oct. 25, 1974
Grand Rapids
Itasca County
Minnesota, USA




SERVICES TUESDAY FOR BIGFORK MAN


Funeral services for Earl H. Ydstie, 61, Bigfork, will be held Tuesday, October 29 at 2 p.m. at Peterson's Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Ronald Dibley officiating. Burial will be at Balsam Cemetery.

Mr. Ydstie was born Feb 2, 1913 in Comstock, Minnesota, and died Friday, October 25 at his home. He had been a long time resident of this area. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Grand Rapids.

Surviving are his wife, Ilene and two sisters, Mrs. Jewell Jones, Richland, Wash. and Margaret Ann, Alameda, Calif. One brother, Richard, Richland, Wash. survives as does one nephew, Robert, Cucamonga, Calif., and two grandchildren.

Grand Rapids Herald Review, Monday, Oct. 28, 1974, Pg. 7
Provided by Fritzi Eide
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 Parents:
  Henry Olai Ydstie (1887 - 1947)
  Ella Randine Swenson Halsing Ydstie (1889 - 1957)
 
 Spouse:
  Ilene Ann Miller Ydstie (1914 - 2002)
 
 Siblings:
  Robert Allen Ydstie (1912 - 1927)*
  Neil Andrew Ydstie (1913 - 1965)*
  Earl Henry Ydstie (1913 - 1974)
  Jewell May Ydstie Jones (1915 - 1998)*
  Margaret Ann Ydstie Heggen (1918 - 1986)*
  Richard James Ydstie (1927 - 2012)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Balsam Cemetery
Itasca County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: 6-57
 
Created by: Linda Rhoadarmer
Record added: May 11, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 110351885
Earl Henry Ydstie
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