Daniel F. Ellison

Date of birth:	19 November 1955  Indianapolis
Date of death:	 7 November 1980  Indianapolis

Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise 12 November 1980
Daniel Ellison Killed In Industrial Accident
      Daniel F. Ellison, 24, Southport, husband of the former Karen Calvert,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Calvert of Edinburgh, was killed at 4:00
p.m. Friday in an industrial accident at the construction site at St.
Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
      An apprentice ironworker, Ellison was employed at the present by Geiger
and Peters Contractors and the accident occurred when a tractor-trailer of
steel was being unloaded and the tractor returning for another trailer.
Ellison fell and was crushed by the tires.
      Funeral services were held this morning at 11:00 a.m. by the Rev. Lawrence
Tedrow at the Edinburgh United Methodist Church and burial was made at
Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh.  Calling hours had been held at
Wilson-Pierre Funeral Home in Greenwood.
      Ellison was born in Indianapolis Nov. 19, 1955, the son of the late Bennie
F. Ellison and Roberta Ellison of Indianapolis.  He and Mrs. Ellison were
married in Edinburgh March 22 of this year.  He was a 1974 graduate of
Broad Ripple High School and in his third year as apprentice ironworker to
have graduated this year from Ivy Tech in Indianapolis.  He was a member
of local unit 22 in Indianapolis

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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