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Marshall A Cunningham
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Birth: 1908
Delaware County
Indiana, USA
Death: Jan. 12, 1972
Delaware County
Indiana, USA

Marshall A. Cunningham, 63, died at his residence, 2217 Sharon Drive, apparently the result of a heart attack. Born in Yorktown, he spent his entire life in this community.

Mr. Cunningham attended Central High School and for the past 18 years was a security guard at Warner Gear.

He was a member of Delaware Lodge 46, F&AM, Muncie Chapter 30, RAM, Muncie Council 16, Muncie Commandery 18, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Ft. Wayne, Mizpah Temple, Ft. Wayne, Warner Gear Sympathy Club, Travelers Protective Association, a life member of DeMolay Foundation, and a former member of Muncie Police Reserves.

Surviving are his wife, Margaret; a stepson, Richard Eber, Yorktown; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Daniel (Joan) Wade, Muncie; a sister, Mrs. Alice Goen, Pomona, Calif.; and five grandchildren.

Services will be conducted in Meeks Mortuary at 9 a.m. Saturday. Entombment will follow in Elm Ridge Mausoleum. Friends may call at the mortuary 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Friday and prior to services Saturday. Masonic memorial services will be held at 8 p.m. Friday at the mortuary. 
Family links: 
  Arthur F Cunningham (1886 - 1963)
  Elizabeth McKinley Cunningham (1887 - 1960)
  Marshall A Cunningham (1908 - 1972)
  William Dee Cunningham (1910 - 1959)*
*Calculated relationship
Elm Ridge Memorial Park
Delaware County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Jane
Record added: Mar 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86951155
Marshall A Cunningham
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