Eddie Vanderhoff dies at Plymouth
Eddie Napoleon Vaderhoff, 70, of Plymouth, Utah died March 14, of heart failure in Plymouth. He was born July 31, 1911 at Stone, to Warren and Ethel Sparks Vanderhoff. He married Nessie Archibald September 19, 1931 in Logan, Utah. There marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple.
He had lived in Holbrook for 20 years, McMinnville, Oregon for eight years and moved to Plymouth in 1945. He was a member of the LDS Church Belmont First Ward. He had served as a high priest and a home teacher.
He had been employed as a mechanic for Golden Spike Equipment since 1952.
Survivors include his wife of Plymouth, three sons Monte Vanderhoff, Tremonton, Ut.; Olean Vanderhoff, Boise, Idaho; Donald Vanderhoff, Plymouth, Utah; and one daughter Mrs. Tony (Moliece) Vanderhoff Davis of Haceinda Heights, California. Also surviving are five brothers and three sisters, Vernal Vanderhoff, McVlinnville, Ore.; Harold Vanderhoff, Amity, Ore.; Warrenie Vanderhoff, Amity, Ore.; Joe Vanderhoff, Twilla, Utah; Giles Vanderhoff, Salem, Ore,; Mrs. Reed (Jessie) Vanderhoff Archibald, Carlton, Ore.; Mrs. Chester (Cleo) Vanderloff Archibald, Blackfoot, Idaho. Mrs. Douglas (Lorna) Vanderhoff Drueliner, Salem, Oregon fifteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 18, at 1:00 p.m. at the Belmont Ward with Bishop R. Wynn Zundel officiating. Interment will be in the Plymouth Cemetery.