Floyd Hill Passes Wednesday Evening
Well Known Baker Business Man Dies Suddenly
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Floyd L. Hill, 43, manager of the Commercial Creamery company in Baker, died Wednesday evening at 6 o’clock at the St. Elizabeth hospital, where he underwent a major operation January 2. A blood clot on the heart is said to have been the immediate cause of death.
Mr. Hill was born in Weyauwega, Wisconsin, January 22, 1884. He went to Spokane, Washington from Wisconsin and in 1918 he moved to Haines, Oregon, where he was employed by the Commercial Creamery company.
When the company plant was established in Baker about five years ago, Mr. Hill was placed in charge of it. He was a graduate of the Wisconsin Dairy college.
The deceased is survived by his widow, Eleanor; two daughters, Ruth and Dorothy; two sons, John and Floyd L., Jr.; his mother Mrs. Mayford McKinley Hill of Weyauwega, Wisconsin; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Anthony, Miss Blanche Hill and Miss Stella Hill, all of Wisconsin; and one brother, Guy Hill of California.
Oregon Trail Weekly
North Powder News
Saturday, January 14, 1928