Information for Garnet Francis Allison
13 April, 1902
– 10 November, 1975
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Garnet F. Allison
WILDER - Services for
Garnet F. Allison, 73, Wilder Route 1, who died Monday at his
home, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Dakan Funeral
Chapel, Caldwell, by the Rev. Rom Tate, Wilder United
Methodist Church, and Wilder Lodge No. 83, AF&AM.
Interment will be at Wilder Cemetery.
Mr. Allison was born on April 13, 1902, in Boise, and
lived in Idaho all his life. He was reared in the Dixie
community, west of Caldwell, and attended Parma and Caldwell
schools. He married Gladys Garlick Norman on July 18,
1925, in Caldwell. He worked for the Dairymen's
Cooperative Creamery in Caldwell for 17 years. He moved
to Wilder in 1941 and farmed until retiring in 1965. He
since had lived in the Central Cove community.
He was a member of the Wilder United Methodist Church,
past master of the Wilder Masonic Dodge and a former member of
Beulah Chapter, No. 75, Order of Eastern Star, of Wilder.
Surviving are his wife of Wilder; a son, William A.
Norman, Caldwell; three sisters, Lora M. Webb, Eugene, Ore.,
Fern Taylor, Hammett, and Irma Sinclair, San Jose, Calif.; a
brother, Jack Allison, Greeley, Colo.; seven grandchildren and
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Marjorie
Maxwell, on April 6, 1972; and three brothers, Louie, Lloyd
and Ted, and a sister, Edith Miller.
Memorials may be given to Wilder United Methodist
Free larger headstone photo available upon
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