|Birth: ||Jan. 1, 1882|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 5, 1948|
Mrs. C. E. Geddes
Dies at Her Home;
Mrs. Lulu M. Geddes, of 131 Interstate
Parkway, wife of Charles
E. Geddes, both of whom traveled
extensively around the world in interest
of the oil business, died at
her home Monday at 8:05 p. m.
She had made Bradford her home
the past year having moved here
from Odessa, Texas.
She was born in Knapp Creek, N.
Y., on Jan. 1, 1882. She was a member
of the First Presbyterian
Church of Ponca, City, Okla., and
the Eastern Star of Cement, Okla.
Survivors include besides her husband;
one son, Gordon G. Geddes,
Norman, Okla., and a brother, Fred
Hunter, Blackfoot, Idaho.
The body was taken in charge by
the Koch-Chatley Memorial Chapel
where services will be held at a
time to be announced later.
BRADFORD ERA, 7-6-1948, pg 3
Last Rites Held
For Mrs. Geddes
Funeral services for Mrs. Lulu M.
Geddes, of 131 Interstate Parkway,
wife of Charles E Geddes, who
died at her home last Monday,
were held Thursday at 2 p. m. from
the Koch-Chatley Memorial Chapel.
The Rev. Paul McKee, pastor of
the First Presbyterian Church, officiated
Burial was in the Forest
Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, N Y.
Honorary pallbearers were Byron
Rhodes, Walter Monaghan, Bruce
Geddes, Frederick Weisenbaler,
James Hartburg and Lavern Hartburg.
Among out-of-town relative attending
the services were Gordon
G. Geddes, of Norman, Okla., a
son, and Fred M Hunter, of Blackfoot,
Idaho, a brother, of Mr.
Arrangements were under the direction
of the Koch-Chatley Memorial
BRADFORD ERA, 7-8-1948, pg 6
Charles Eugene Geddes (1883 - 1957)
Forest Lawn Cemetery
New York, USA
Created by: SRGF
Record added: Feb 01, 2013
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