|Birth: ||Oct. 16, 1899|
Big Stone County
|Death: ||Jul. 23, 1952|
WWI, Washington. Private, Company F, 166 Infantry, 42 Division. Served in France.
Elkhorn Station Owner Dies at Seattle Hospital
Floyd A. Brougher, 52, owner of the Elkhorn service station for the last five years, died at a veterans' hospital in Seattle yesterday morning, following a long illness.
A veteran of World War I, Brougher purchased the station, which was completely destroyed by fire about two weeks ago, in 1947 and brought his family there to live. His wife, Edna, died in May, 1949. When ill health overtook him, he turned the operation of the station over to his son, Duane Brougher.
He was born in North Dakota, October 16, 1899, and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Surviving are two sons, Duane and Gayle, and one daughter, Gay, all of Raymond; a brother, Percy Brougher, Bell Gardens, Calif., and three sisters, Mrs. Helen Gilbert, Orchards, Wash.; Mrs. Bernice Hium, Clyde Park, Mont., and Mrs. Jessie Bratts, Great Falls, Mont.
Services will be at the Family Funeral chapel at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, with the Rev. Austin Rugger, Methodist minister officiating. Burial will be in Fern Hill cemetery.
Raymond, WA Herald, July 24, 1952
Arthur Wilson Brougher (1862 - 1942)
Grace Minnie Thompson Brougher (1867 - 1944)
Edna Elizabeth Schulz Brougher (1903 - 1949)*
Fern Hill Cemetery
Maintained by: Steve & Nancy Stout
Originally Created by: Pam R.
Record added: Feb 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24910474