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Information for George Albert Fisk
15 December, 1867 - 16 January, 1938
From The Caldwell News-Tribune, 
dated Monday, 17 January, 1938
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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FISK FUNERAL
RITES TUESDAY

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Parman Dies Sunday
After Long Illness
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     Funeral services for G. A. Fisk, who died Sunday morning following a long illness, will be held Tuesday morning at the Peckham chapel at 11 o'clock.  Dr. H. H. Hayman of the College of Idaho will officiate.  Burial will be in the Parma cemetery.
     The body will lie in state at the chapel Tuesday morning until the hour of service.  The casket will not be opened after this ceremony.
     Surviving Mr. Fisk are his widow, Mrs. Ollie E. Fisk;  three children, Mrs. Shirley Ledbetter of Caldwell, Mrs. S. C. Langdon of Evanston, Ill., and C. E. Fisk of Milton, Ore.;  six grandchildren and three brothers, R. E. Fisk and W. E. Fisk, both of Parma and Dr. W. B. Fisk of Oak Park, Ill.
     Mr. Fisk was born at Chenoa, Ill., in 1867.  He lived in Illinois, with the exception of one year which he spent in Nebraska, until 1904, when he came to Parma.  Since 1928 Mr. Fisk has made his home at Caldwell.
     For many years he operated a plumbing and tin shop at Parma.