Information for Jackson J. Whiteman
1911 - 14 December 1935
From The Caldwell News-Tribune
16 December 1935
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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To Slope Youth
Jack Whitman Is Killed
Instantly at San Diego
SLOPE (Special) - Jack Whitman, about 24, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Taylor of the Sunny Slope community, was
instantly killed in an automobile accident at San Diego, Cal.,
late Saturday evening. A companion of the young man, who
was riding with him in the rear seat of a Chevrolet sedan,
also lost his life in the mishap and the driver of the car is
in a precarious condition in a San Diego hospital.
Young Whitman was graduated from the Caldwell high school a
number of years ago and until three years ago lived with his
parents at Sunny Slope. He has been employed in San
Diego since he left Caldwell.
Whitman besides his mother and step-father are two sisters who
reside in San Diego, Mrs. Bob Runyan and Mrs. Jack Shroeder;
two half sisters, Pearl and Belva Taylor and a half-brother,
Ray Taylor, all of the Sunny Slope community.
Mrs. Runyan and Mrs. Schroeder will accompany the body of
their brother to Caldwell for burial. Funeral
arrangements will be announced later.
Free larger headstone
photo available upon request.
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