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IInformation for Graton E. Eason
7 June, 1903 27 February, 1983
From the Caldwell Press-Tribune,
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Graton Eason

     Graton E. Eason, 79, Homedale, died Sunday, Feb. 27 in a  Homedale nursing home. Services are under the direction of Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Homedale by the Rev. Keith Yarter of the Golden Gate Baptist Church in Wilder. Interment will follow at the Wilder Cemetery.
     He was born June 7, 19
03 at Coldwater, Mo., to Ben and Ida Thompson Eason. He moved with his family to Colorado where he spent his youth as a ranch buckaroo. He married Mary Florence Tibbett on Jan. 2, 1932 at Delta, Colo. where they farmed until 1936.
     They moved to Oregon and farmed at Nyssa and Adrian until 1944, when they moved to the Fargo Community near Wilder. They farmed there until 1961, then moved to Boise and he operated a pack string as an outfitter and guide at Grandjean for several years.
     He later worked for Sun Ray Dairy of Boise for five years. He also did custom farm work until he retired. They moved to Homedale in 1979 where they have since resided.
     He is survived by his wife of Homedale; three sons, Grant Eason of Nampa, Don Eason of Wilder, and Bob Eason of Boise; two daughters, Earlene Dexter of Crescent Valley, Nev., and Jo Ann Robertson of Winnemucca, Nev.; four brothers, Carl of Silon Springs, Ark., Ralph of Rome, Ore., Floyd of Parma, and Johnny of Caldwell; two sisters, Effie Lampshire of Delta, Colo., and Agnes Hostetler of Nyssa, Ore.; 16 grandchildren, 19 great-grand-children, and numerous nephews and nieces.
     He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Jeannie; two sisters and a brother.

     Friends may call at the chapel today until 8 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. until noon.

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