Lena May Johnson West

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Mrs. George West Buried Wednesday
Impressive funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the stake tabernacle for Mrs. George
W. West who died at her home on Saturday following an Illness of nineteen months. Bishop Rudolph
Ruegsegger of the Daniels ward presided at the services at which the speakers were: David Stone,
President Thomas W. Richards, H. I. Mills and Bishop Ruegsegger. Musical numbers Included solos by
Stillman Harris. Keith Evans, and Mrs. Margaret E. Jones, and a duet by Mrs. Larue Daniels and Mrs. Edna
Thomas.
Invocation was by F. W. Kingston and benediction by William Scwartz. Interment was in the city
cemetery with J. Edward Gibbs dedicating the grave.
Lena May Johnson West was born in Vigo county, Indiana, April 14, 1882, the daughter of David and
Laura Johnson. She was married to, George W. West on March 26, 1900 and to this union were born six
children.
The West family came to Oneida County l916, and settled In the Daniels section, later moving to
Malad. Mrs. West was a member pf the L D. church.
Surviving are, her husband. George W. West and the following children: Mrs. R A. Finit of Malad; Mrs.
J. J. Penna of Hiawatha. Kansas, Mrs. Reed Molen of Great Falls, Montana, Mrs. Ray Horner of Los
Angeles, Milford West of Montpellier and David West of Great Falls, Montana; also 10 grandchildren.
Surviving brothers and sisters are Mrs. Beatrice Hawkins, Chicago, Mrs. Ed. Adams of Rosedale,
Indiana, and Roy Johnson of Terre Haute, Indiana. All of the sons and daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. West were here for the services.

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