|Birth: ||Dec. 8, 1919|
|Death: ||Apr. 3, 1970|
William Washington & Anna May [nee Hagen] Houdyshell
Martha Mae [Berg]
Harvey Henry [Harve]
Employed with Mo. State HWY Dept. - Forman
12-23-1940, US Army, WWII, Tec4 137th Inf. - Cook
Discharged 10-11-1945, Ft. Leavenworth, Ks.
David Houdyschell Dies in Hospital
David Daniel Houdyschell, 50, Joplin route 1, died at 6:15 a.m. Friday at Freeman Hospital where he had been a patient since March 26. He was born Dec. 8, 1919 in Kansas and had lived in this area 15 years. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Army. At the time of his death he was highway maintenance foreman for the State Highway Department in Carthage. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Violet Irene Houdyschell; a daughter, Miss Patricia Houdyschell of the home; two sons, Ronald Houdyschell and Timmy Houdyschell, both of the home; a sister, Mrs. Martha Berg, and a brother, George Houdyschell, both of Marion, kan. Services will be announced by the Hedge-Lewis Funeral Home of Webb City.
Obituary - Joplin Globe - April 4, 1970
Marion, Ks. Paper - Oct. 16, 1941
Ater the conclusion of the war games in Louisiana, about 8,000 men at Camp Robinson were given 15-day furloughs. Among the boys who came home were Jack Burkholder, Dave and Harve Houdyshell, Boots kelsey, Jack Kelsey, Paul Siebert, Leslie Ollenberger, Waldo Schmersey, Ray Hanson, Adolph Kohlman, Bill May, Melvin Jewett, Herman Reiswig, Vic Penner, and Paul Williams Jr.
Information provided per Roots Web by Judy Houdyshell
William Washington Houdyshell (1887 - 1960)
Anna May Hagen Houdyshell (1894 - 1955)
Walter William Houdyshell (1914 - 1964)*
Martha Mae Houdyshell Berg (1915 - 1999)*
David Daniel Houdyshell (1919 - 1970)
Harvey Henry Houdyshell (1920 - 1943)*
Note: Buried on Sept. 1st
Created by: Donna Lee Wall
Record added: Jul 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39614060