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13 Mar 1935 Charles F Timmons obituary

Funeral Rites for Chas. F. Timmmons

Charles F. Timmons, formerly well know resident of Mills county, died in the Immanuel hospital in Omaha March 13 just a week after he had gone there for treatment. He had been in ill health for more than a year and he and his wife had but recently returned from Hot Springs, Ark. where he had been for treatment. Death was due to hardening of the arteries and pneumonia.
Funeral services were held in the First Baptist church in Valley, Nebr., Friday afternoon, March 15, and the large church was filled to overflowing with relatives and friends from far and near for he was well and widely known.
The services were conducted by Dr. M.G. Dametz, pastor of the Presbyterian church, assisted by Rev. Roy Larson, pastor of the Baptist church, and Rev. John Hammel, pastor of the Methodist church.
Mr. Timmons and family moved to Valley just 20 years ago, locating on their farm two miles north of Valley where they have resided since. He had been an elder in the Presbyterian church at Valley for the past 15 years and was a faithful attendant. Prior to affiliating with the Presbyterian church Mr. Timmons had been a member of the Methodist church for 38 years in which he also held official office.
Mr. Timmons was born in Coles County, Ill., Jan. 17, 1861. He married Miss Emily Bass at Malvern, Ia., Dec. 18, 1888. They resided in Mills County until 1907 when they moved to Ashland, Nebr., and in 1914 came to Valley. Surviving are the wife and their six children: Otto S. of Newman Grove, Mrs. Lola Frasier of Ceresco, Ivan P. of Valley, and Glenn M. of Omaha. There are also 16 grandchildren and on sister, Mrs. U.R. Graves, of Malvern, Ia.
The five sons and one son-in-law, Alex Frasier, served as pall bearers. Serving as honorary pall bearers were the elders of the Presbyterian Church: E.S. King, J.F. Foster, T.F. Green, I.W. Presba, J.V. Lentell, and Ed Lewis. Interment was in Prospect Hill cemetery.

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