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Beuford Jay Vandruff
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Birth: Jul. 5, 1895
Jefferson County
Kansas, USA
Death: Sep. 16, 1956, USA

Funeral service for Beuford J. Vandruff, 62, Gladstone, was held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Antioch Community church. Burial was in White Chapel Memorial Garden cemetery. Mr. Vandruff died Sunday at Wadsworth Veterans Administration center. He had been in ill health for eight years.

Mr. Vandruff was a former board chairman of the Antioch Community church and a leader in the Boy Scout program. He had been a salesman for Armour and company 26 years before his retirement in 1951 and had lived in Clay county for 29 years. He formerly served as district training chairman of the old Pioneer district of the Boy Scouts and later on the God and Country awards.

Mr. Vandruff also was a past master of the Alpha Masonic lodge and the Alpha chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. He served in a machine gun company in World War I.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Irene Vandruff, and a daughter, Miss Jean Vandruff, both of the home, and his mother, Mrs. Cora Vandruff, Salina, Kansas.
Family links: 
  Ulysses Grant Vandruff (1864 - 1949)
  Cora Helen Dallas Vandruff (1869 - 1958)
  Elizabeth Irene Cox Vandruff (1898 - 1981)
  Eula Jean Vandruff Haldiman (1933 - 2003)*
  Ralph Edwin Vandruff (1886 - 1948)*
  Beuford Jay Vandruff (1895 - 1956)
  Nellie Adell Vandruff (1899 - 1942)*
*Calculated relationship
White Chapel Memorial Gardens
Clay County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
Record added: Oct 18, 2008
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Beuford Jay Vandruff
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World War I. Thanks for your service.
- Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
 Added: May. 15, 2010

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