Storey, John M.

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John M. Storey, 81, of Entiat, died in a Wenatchee hospital Monday [December 1, 1969] evening following a brief illness. Born in Washington near Frank, Sept. 19, 1888, he grew up in the Renton-Seattle area.

During World War II he worked as a boilermaker and was a meat cutter prior to moving to Entiat in 1966. On Sept. 26, 1968, he married Maude Ingersoll in Seattle and they made their home at Entiat.

Surviving are his widow; three stepsons, Albert Bickford, Kooskie, Idaho, Ivan Fulwiler, Leavenworth, and Floyd Ingersoll, Entiat; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Cletus Crone, Wenatchee, and Mrs. Loretta Jensen, Cashmere; a brother, William Storey, Seattle; three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Goodwin, Seattle, Mrs. Emma Cooke, Entiat, and Mrs. Howard Cooke, Yakima; eight step grandchildren and five great great grandchildren.

Services are announced by the Jones & Jones Funeral Home.

Wenatchee Daily World, December 3, 1969
Contributed by: Shelli Steedman



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