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 Angela Clutter

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Angela Clutter

Birth
Death
7 Sep 1999 (aged 97)
Burial
Webster County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID
12257676 View Source

Angela Clutter, the daughter of Kyd and Mary (Boudreau) Clutter, was born January I, 1902 in Webster County, Nebraska. She departed this life on Tuesday, September 7, 1999 at the Primrose Care Center in Springfield, Missouri at the age of 97 years, 8 months and 6 days.
• • Angela received her formal education attending Catherton rural school, graduated from the Catholic Academy in Hastings, Nebraska and received her nursing degree from St. Joseph's in Denver, Colorado. A veteran of World War II, Angela served in the nursing corp in the European Theatre of Operations.
Following her discharge at war's end, she continued to pursue her life's work as a nurse with the Los Angeles County Hospital until her retirement. She later returned to Webster County to live with her brother for a number of years. Angela then returned to California, where she made her home in Escondido. In 1990, she moved to Springfield, Missouri to be near her nieces.
Preceding her in death were her parents; and three bothers, Elmo J., Leon, and Bernard Clutter.
Left to treasure her memory are three nieces, Maryann Crosby of Springfield, Missouri; Berniece Mays of Strafford, Missouri, and Christina Dunn of Redding, California. Angela will be fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure to know her.

Graveside services and interment were held with Father Stanley Schieffer officiating.

Angela Clutter, the daughter of Kyd and Mary (Boudreau) Clutter, was born January I, 1902 in Webster County, Nebraska. She departed this life on Tuesday, September 7, 1999 at the Primrose Care Center in Springfield, Missouri at the age of 97 years, 8 months and 6 days.
• • Angela received her formal education attending Catherton rural school, graduated from the Catholic Academy in Hastings, Nebraska and received her nursing degree from St. Joseph's in Denver, Colorado. A veteran of World War II, Angela served in the nursing corp in the European Theatre of Operations.
Following her discharge at war's end, she continued to pursue her life's work as a nurse with the Los Angeles County Hospital until her retirement. She later returned to Webster County to live with her brother for a number of years. Angela then returned to California, where she made her home in Escondido. In 1990, she moved to Springfield, Missouri to be near her nieces.
Preceding her in death were her parents; and three bothers, Elmo J., Leon, and Bernard Clutter.
Left to treasure her memory are three nieces, Maryann Crosby of Springfield, Missouri; Berniece Mays of Strafford, Missouri, and Christina Dunn of Redding, California. Angela will be fondly remembered by all who had the pleasure to know her.

Graveside services and interment were held with Father Stanley Schieffer officiating.


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