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Obituary for Delph Edmund Caward
8 September, 1901 - 5 August, 1971
From The Idaho Press-Tribune,
August, 1971
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Delph E. Caward

     CALDWELL - Services for Delph E. Caward, 61, of Caldwell Route 6, who died Thursday in a Caldwell hospital, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at the Flahiff Funeral Chapel.
     Officiating will be Elder Charles Whipple of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of Nampa.  Interment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
     Mr. Caward was born Ded. 10, 1909, at Lakin, Kan., a son of Robert and Pearl Whinnery Caward.  He moved with his family to the Sunny Slope area near Caldwell in 1918, where he attended school.  He married Helen Tietsort on July 13, 1936, at Vale.  They lived at Caldwell, where he worked as a plasterer with Roy Tietsort until 1952.  He later worked for himself in Caldwell and in California.  He returned to Caldwell in 1968, at which time he began working for the Robison Fruit Farm at Sunny Slope.
     He is survived by his wife; four sons, Robert Caward, Nampa, Donald E. Caward and James Caward, both of Caldwell, and Gerald Caward, Boise; two foster sons, Earl McNeil, San Diego, Calif., and Richard Von Behren, Jackpot, Nev.; two brothers, Charles W. Caward, Caldwell, and Donald E. Caward, Riggins; a sister, Mrs. Charles Blackburn, Ontario, Calif., and 12 grandchildren.
     He was preceded in death by a son.