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Obituary for Harry Dewey Jurgens
16 November, 1897  - 10 December, 1959
From The Caldwell News-Tribune,
dated Monday, 14 December, 1959
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Harry Jurgens

     Services for Harry Jurgens, 62, of Homedale, who died Thursday at Moses Lake, Wash., will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Peckham-Dakan-Davis chapel with the Rev. Eldon C. Hunter of Adrian, Ore., Free Methodist Church officiating.  Interment will be in Wilder.
     Mr. Jurgens was born at Pontiac, Ill., Nov 16, 1897.  He moved to Nebraska in 1916.  Following his military release after World War I, he went to work for the Union Pacific in Utah.  He was married in Cedar City, Utah, March 22, 1930.  Two years later the couple moved to Ogden where he worked for a construction company.  They moved to Ridgeview, Ore., near Homedale in 1941.
     He attended the Free Methodist church at Adrian and he was a member of the Masonic lodge at Cedar City.
     In addition to his wife, Mrs. Ann Jurgens, Homedale, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Harl Fisher of Moses Lake, Mrs. David Haylett of Homedale, and Mrs. John Hanley of Seattle, Wash.;  four sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Whitney of San Francisco, Calif.,  Mrs. Marie Posorske of Clarrisa, Minn., Mrs. Hugo Posorke, Worthington, Jinn., and Mrs. Otto Posorske of Brown Lake, Minn., and six grandchildren.



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