|Birth: ||Apr. 6, 1914|
|Death: ||Jun. 10, 1952|
Green River people were shocked to learn of the place crash in Hatch canyon about 75 miles south of this place, Monday morning. Five people were killed. The plane, a Beechcraft Bonanza, was owned by the Rigg Flying Service, Grand Junction. The pilot and all four passengers died when the plane crashed after taking off from a small landing strip at the Simplot Mining Co. uranium camp in Hatch canyon, Garfield county. The dead are: Thomas Moore, 23, pilot; Stanley Graybeal, 31, Nucla, Colo., an employee of J.R. Simplot Co.; Mrs. Mabel Ragsdale, 46, Nucla, cook employed at the Simplot camp; John Young, 47; Fruita, a Simplot employee; and Samuel Beatty, nine-months-old son of Arthur Beatty, Nucla, and grandson of Mrs. Ragsdale.
Moab Times Independent
June 12, 1952
Viola Susie Rice Graybeal (1918 - 2001)*
Phyllis Elaine Graybeal Galley (1940 - 1996)*
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