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Royce Andrew Banghart

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Royce Andrew Banghart

Birth
Laurel, Marshall County, Iowa, USA
Death
7 Oct 2013 (aged 92)
Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA
Burial
Albion, Marshall County, Iowa, USA Add to Map
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Royce Banghart, 92, former Ferguson area resident, died early Monday morning, October 7, at the Grandview Heights in Marshalltown.

Memorial services for Royce Banghart, 92, former Ferguson area resident, were held Friday, Oct. 18 at the Ferguson Bible Church with Pastor Darren Young officiating. Special music was provided by Deloris Zesch and Dawn Young. Guests were present from Ferguson Bible Church and Grandview Nursing and Rehab. Royce was laid to rest in the Albion Cemetery in Albion, Iowa. The Mitchell Family Funeral Home was entrusted with caring for Royce and his family.

Born on January 19, 1921, at Laurel, Iowa, he was the only child born to Arvis "A.E." and Hannah (Anderson) Banghart. They made their home on acreage near Ferguson their entire married lives.

Mr. Banghart was instrumental in the construction of buildings still in our society today while working with Muller and later Gethman Construction. Those buildings include the Bell Telephone Building and Fisher Controls in Marshalltown, part of Grinnell College and Iowa State as well as many others.

Royce was a hardworking man who loved to share the gospel with others, spend time with family and friends and took in the occasional hunting trip or day fishing.
Royce Banghart, 92, former Ferguson area resident, died early Monday morning, October 7, at the Grandview Heights in Marshalltown.

Memorial services for Royce Banghart, 92, former Ferguson area resident, were held Friday, Oct. 18 at the Ferguson Bible Church with Pastor Darren Young officiating. Special music was provided by Deloris Zesch and Dawn Young. Guests were present from Ferguson Bible Church and Grandview Nursing and Rehab. Royce was laid to rest in the Albion Cemetery in Albion, Iowa. The Mitchell Family Funeral Home was entrusted with caring for Royce and his family.

Born on January 19, 1921, at Laurel, Iowa, he was the only child born to Arvis "A.E." and Hannah (Anderson) Banghart. They made their home on acreage near Ferguson their entire married lives.

Mr. Banghart was instrumental in the construction of buildings still in our society today while working with Muller and later Gethman Construction. Those buildings include the Bell Telephone Building and Fisher Controls in Marshalltown, part of Grinnell College and Iowa State as well as many others.

Royce was a hardworking man who loved to share the gospel with others, spend time with family and friends and took in the occasional hunting trip or day fishing.


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