Location: Potter County TX

Biography of J. Bruce Dick

J. Bruce Dick is a banker by profession, but during his career of thirty-two years had made a record of creditable performance in several lines of work, farming as well as commercial endeavors. He is now cashier of the Labette State Bank at Labette. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now He is of Irish ancestry. His grandfather was born near Belfast, Ireland, was married in his native country and then brought his family to America, following his trade as mechanic in Philadelphia, and from there moving to Hanover, Illinois, where he spent the rest of his days as a farmer. His children were: Robert, a retired farmer at Hanover, Illinois; Amanda May, wife of a farmer at Hanover, Illinois; W. H. Dick; John, who served as a soldier of the Union army during the Civil War and died at Ottawa, Kansas, in 1916, a retired farmer; Ann, who died at Hanover, Illinois, in 1916, is survived by her husband, Mr. Speer, who is still living there....

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Bloom, Louise Jenevieve Cozad – Obituary

Louise J. Bloom, 57, an Amarillo, Texas resident, formerly of Valentine, went home to be with the Lord, September 23, 1984. She passed away at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Amarillo. She was born Feb. 26, 1927 at Merna to Bert E. and Grace M. [Simms] Cozad. Her entire childhood was spent in the Wood Lake Community. She attended grade school there and then went to Ainsworth High School graduating with a teacher’s certificate. Louise then taught school for two years in rural schools around Wood Lake. On Nov. 29, 1947, at the Presbyterian Church in Valentine, Louise was united in marriage to George Allen Bloom of Wood Lake. Born to this union were two children: Rosita Louise Seagraves, Bridgeport, Tex.; George Allen Bloom, Jr., Amarillo, Tex. Louise worked for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. 10 years and at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Amarillo for 15 years. She was a dedicated, faithful, loyal employee. The Westminster Presbyterian Church of Amarillo was her church home where worshipping her Savior was very important to her. Her pastors found her to be a special witness of her faith. She was totally dedicated to her family and friends. She gave her all to their needs and asked nothing in return. She was the epitome of being wife and mother. She was precious and the very best the Lord could have given us. She was preceded...

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