|Birth: ||Jan. 16, 1910|
|Death: ||Sep. 5, 1950|
Frank Vance Bills, 40, Ogden City employe, died Tuesday of a heart attack while at work.
For the past five years he had been employed by the Ogden City street department and was making his morning rounds when he became ill. Efforts of the Ogden city fire department to revive him with a resuscitator failed and he was pronounced dead by Dr. R. N. Hirst, city physician.
Mr. Bills was born in Fairview, Jan 16, 1910, a son of John C. and Emma Jane Vance Bills. He moved with his parents to Mt. Pleasant, where he resided until nine years ago when he settled in Ogden. Prior to his employment by the city he worked with the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad, Utah Canning co., and Union Stackyards. He was a member of the L. D. S. Eleventh ward. In December 1945, he married Madge Floyd, who died in May 1946, in Tacoma, Wash.
Surviving are his father, John C. Bills; his stepmother, Mrs. Lucille Bills, Ogden; and the following brothers and sisters; Vern Bills, Mrs. Walt Baker, Nora Middleton, Mrs. George Terkelsen, Ogden, a step-sister, Mrs. Susie Reynard, Ogden.
Ogden Standard Examiner September 6, 1950
John Charles Bills (1874 - 1956)
Emma Jane Vance Bills (1875 - 1937)
Eleanor Elizabeth Bills Terkelson (1903 - 1957)*
Franklin Vance Bills (1910 - 1950)
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