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Information for Alva Henry "Bud" Ford

30 May, 1913 - 9 May, 1975

From the Idaho Press-Tribune

12 May, 1975

Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Alva H. Ford

    WILDER - Services for Alva "Bud" Henry Ford, 61, of Wilder, who died Friday at his home, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell, by Pastor Victor A. Schulze of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Parma.
    Interment will be at Wilder Cemetery.
    He was born on May 30, 1913, in Peck, Kan.  He married Opal C. Hammons in 1942 at Emmett.  They lived in Homedale until 1950, when they moved to Moses Lake, Wash., and he worked as a land leveler.  They also lived in Kettle Falls, Wash., and Port Orchard, Wash., for a time.  In 1973 they returned to Idaho, settling in Wilder.  Mrs. Ford died on Feb. 13 of this year.
    Surviving are his mother, Della Wilson, Wilder; two sons, Gene, Port Orchard, Wash., and Carl Ford, Emmett; a stepson, James Hammons, Moses Lake, Wash.; two stepdaughters, Betty Jacobson, Forks, Wash., and Doris Cable, Tacoma, Wash.; two brothers, Carl, Tone, Wash., and Ray Ford, Kennewick, Wash.; three sisters, Letha Boehner, Wilder, Pauline Cupp, Caldwell, and Navella Garity, Coeur d'Alene; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.



 

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