ANNIE THOMAS VANDERWOOD
Funeral set for Mrs. Vanderwood, 80
Funeral services are scheduled Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Malad Fourth LDS Ward Chapel for Mrs. Annie Thomas Vanderwood, age 80, who died Sunday at Oneida Hospital of natural causes.
Mrs. Vanderwood was born October 13, 1889, at Malad, a daughter of Benjamin L. and Elizabeth Evans Thomas. She was educated in Malad schools and was married to Evan Vanderwood on March 22, 1909 and he died March December 20, 1949. A member of the LDS Church, she was also active in the Native Daughters of Idaho Pioneers and a member of the Idaho Cattlemen’s Assn. She is survived by a son. Howard E., Malad; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Ericsson, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Earl H. Dodson. Los Angeles; 11 grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren; three brothers and a sister, John E.William E., Daniel E., Mrs. Lee (Mary) Morgan, all of Malad.
Benson Funeral Home will direct burial at Malad City Cemetery.
Annie T. Vanderwood
MALAD, IDAHO – Annie Thomas Vanderwood, 83, died Dec. 28 of natural causes in a Malad hospital. Born Oct. 13, 1889, Malad, to Benjamin L. and Elizabeth Evans Thomas. Married to Evan Vanderwood, March 22, 1909, Malad; he died Dec. 20, 1949. Member LDS Church, Idaho Cattlemen’s Assn., Native Daughters of Idaho Pioneers. Survivors: son, daughters, Howard E., Malad; Mrs Edith Ericsson, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Earl H. (Carol) Dodson, Los Angeles; 11 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; brothers, sister, John E., William E., Daniel E., Mrs. Lee (Mary) Morgan, all Malad. Funeral Wednesday 1 p.m. Malad Fourth LDS Ward Chapel. Friends call Benson Funeral Home, Tuesday evening, Wednesday prior to service. Burial Malad Cemetery.