William B. Huntoon
Evanston Index January 14, 1899
William B. Huntoon of Bloomington California died Thursday, January 5 at the age of 78 years. Mr. Huntoon was formerly a resident of Evanston for years, having moved here from the east in 1840 where he remained until 1891, when he went to California for the benifit of his health. Mr Huntoon leaves a widow and six children to mourn his loss, all of whom were at his bedside but one, George W., who resides here. Thus the old settlers are passing away one by one.

Mary Ann (Baker) Huntoon
Evaston Index 1900
Mrs. Mary Ann Huntoon--Mrs. A.W. Shuman of California who is visiting friends in Evanston, received a telegram last week Monday announcing the death on Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Huntoon. Mr. and Mrs. Huntoon were among the earliest settlers of Evanston, where they lived for more that fifty years. About nine years ago they moved to California. Mr. Huntoon died two years ago. Mrs. Huntoon was staying with Mrs. Shuman's family at Bloomington, Cal., during her abscence, and as far as her daughter has been able to learn as yet, was ill only two or three days. Besides Mrs. Shuman, five children survive Mrs. Huntoon--G.W. Huntoon of Ravenswood, and four residing in California.
Descendants of William B. Huntoon

Basinger, Roth (Doty)-daughter of Alice Huntoon
Press-Enterprise, Riverside, California Mar 10, 2005

Basinger, Ruth Doty "Gone to be with the Lord: on March 8, 2005 in Palm Springs, CA; Ruth Doty Basinger born Sept. 1, 1916 in Los Angeles, CA. She was the youngest of 7 children of the Rev. James E. Doty and Alice Mary Huntoon. She was the loving and devoted wife of over 50 years of the late Leslie O. Basinger. She leaves behind 3 devoted children; Donna, Pat and Fred, their spouses Jim Hazell, Ed Henderson and Pam Harding/Basinger. 6 Grandsons: James/Toni and Bob/Christel, Ron/Rosie and Ken/Kim, Mark and Scott/Beth. 8 Great-Grandchildren; Cheryl, James, Robert, Daniel, Jennifer, and Chelsea, Tiffany, Casey and Kayle, Christopher and Matthew. She was long time resident of Riverside and a faithful member of Faith Community Chuch until illness overcame her. Graveside memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Fri., March 11, 2005 at Crestlawn Cemetery in Riverside. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation in her name made to your favorite charity, church or hospice.

Bowlden, Celenia (Huntoon)-daughter of Fred M. Huntoon
Las Cruces Sun News (New Mexico) March 2, 1967

Bowlden Rites Slated Friday-Funeral services for Mrs. Celenia Bowlden, 56, Organ, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the Fulmer Memorial Chapel. Officiating clergyman will be Rev. Dr. Jay R. Bishop, First United Presbyterian Church. Burial to be in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.

Mrs. Bowlden is survived by her husband, E.L. Bowlden, a daughter, Mrs. Lorence Tucker, Organ, two sons, Charles W. and Fred both of Sacramento, Calif., a brother Howard Huntoon, Mills Orchard, Calif., 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Donald Dunn, Walter F. Long, ??? Blair, John Pallar, George Nelson, Alex Stephens.

Bowlden, Fred
Ruidoso News, New Mexico Jul 6, 2005

Fred Truman Bowlden, 84, died at Fort Bayard Medical Center on June 26th. He was born in Chico, California to Earl Truman and Celenia Bowlden. He married Gene Louise Kitchen in 1942. He also served in the armed forces during WWII.

He is survived by his wife; sons, Albert Truman of San Francisco, Calif., and Charles Willard of Citrus Heights, Calif., three daughters, Karen Louise Lute of Pleasanten, Theresa Magee of Sacramento, Calif., and Cheryl Ann Bowlden of Cliff; brother Charles Willard Bowlden of Iowa; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his son, Melvin Terry Bowlden in 1990 and his sister Martha Tucker in 1986. There will be a memorial service at the Glenwood Community Center July 10th at 1:20 p.m. Arrangements are by Terrazas Funeral Chapels.

Buhler, Martha-daughter of Alice M. Huntoon
Los Angeles Daily News-July 21, 1992

Buhler, Martha I., 90, of Van Nuys, homemaker. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. today at Glen Haven Memorial Park and Mortuary, San Fernando.

Carter, Jessie (Pocklington)-first wife of Willard Huntoon, who was the son of William B.
Chicago Tribune July 12, 1943

Jessie I. Carter, beloved wife of Harvey F., mother of Milton C. Huntoon. Resting at funeral home, 39 18 Irving Park Road. Service Tuesday, July 13, at 2p.m. Interment Rosehill cemetery.

Church, Marion B.-husband of Louise Huntoon (daughter of George W. Jr.)
Chicago Tribune February 20, 1955

Marion B. Church, age 79 years, of 2110 Montrose avenue, beloved husband of Louise; dear brother of Raymond A. Services Monday, 3p.m. at chapel, 3905-07 Lincoln avenue. Interment Rosehill.

Citta, Catherine (Stoddard)-wife of Earl Whalen
Daily Herald, October 14, 2000

A private memorial mass for Catherine M. Citta, 80, will be held at 9:30 a.m. today, at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 524 N. Rush St, Itasca. Catherine was born Dec. 24, 1919, in Wausau, Wis., to George and Catherine (nee Young) Stoddard. Burial will be in the Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside. She married her first husband, Earl E. Whalen, on May 6, 1939, and spent many years in Bensenville. He preceded her in death. She retired to Langlade, Wis. and married Don J. Citta on April 19, 1980. He also preceded her in death. Catherine was a member of St. James and St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Wisconsin. She was a member of the Bensenville Veterans of Foriegn Wars Tioga Post #2149 and was a past state president of the Illinois VFW Ladies Auxiliary. She is survived by her daughter, Kathleen (Leroy) Patti of Broomfield Co.; son Charles (Sharon) Whalen of Itasca; stepdaughter, Donna (Paul) Litteau of Arlington Heights; stepsons, Richard (Sharon) of Oak Park and Donald (Susan) Hermansen of Huntley; sisters, Pat (Robert)Wasmond of St. Charles, Florence (Dean) Rausch of Mesa, Az., and Rose (Anthony) George of South Elgin; sister-in-law, Pat (Robert) Whalen of Phoenix, Az.; 18 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and many loving nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Silas (Dorothy) Stoddard of Tucson, Az.; and sister, Frances (Meryl) McManaman of West Dundee. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, Northeastern Service Area, 1749 S. Naperville Road, Suite #202, Wheaton, Il 60187.

Cryderman, Byrd-son of Cordelia Huntoon Cryderman
Detroit News 28 Sept 1956 page 54

Cryderman--Byrd W., 80 years, of 75 Elmhurst, Highland Park, dear husband of Grace; brother of Mrs. Ruby Cummings and William. Services Saturday, 2 p.m. Sawyer Funeral Home, 2125 12 Mile, Berkley. Interment White Chapel.

Cryderman, Clyde-son of Cordelia Huntoon Cryderman
Independent Democrat 13 Jun 1902 page 1

Death of Clyde Cryderman--Clyde L. Cryderman was the victim of a fatal accident last Wednesday morning at the McManus Saw Mill when a plank from the edge struck him in the left side with such force as to break several bones. Medical aid proved unavailing, and at eleven o'clock, an hour and a half after the accident, he passed away without having regained consciousness.

The deceased was twenty years of age, and well known and liked in this city, and all regret his untimely death. The funeral was held last evening at eight o'clock from the home of his brother, Bert (sic) Cryderman, near town, and the remains were taken to Mulliken, Michigan on the night train, where interment took place in the family lot. The sad news was sent to his father, Jefferson W. Cryderman, who lives in Missouri and was expected to join the funeral party at Mulliken. Deceased was a Forester, and the services here were in charge of that order.

Cryderman, Cordelia (Huntoon)-daughter of William B.
Independent Grand Ledge 28 Jun 1889 page 7

The sad and unexpected news was received here Tuesday that Mrs. J.W. Cryderman, of Petoskey, was dead, having passed away with congestion of the lungs. They formerly resided in Roxand and also in this village, and moved north about two years ago for the benifit of Mrs. C.'s health. The remains were brought to Mulliken Wednesday and funeral services held at the U. B. church at that place. She was 42 years of age and a very estimable lady.

Cryderman, Maud-daughter of Cordelia Huntoon Cryderman
Grand Ledge Independent 26 Nov 1880

Died, of diphtheria, Nov., 20th, little Maud, daughter of J.W. and C.A. Cryderman, aged 2 years, 11 months, and 15 days.

Doty, Frank-son of Alice Huntoon
Aug 21, 1940, Los Angeles Times

The funeral services of Frank Doty will be held today at 2 p.m. from the Little Church of the Flower, Forest Lawn Cemetery, W.A. Bros.,    Funeral director.

Doty, Mabel-wife of Carl Doty-son of Alice M. Huntoon
Press-Enterprise-Riverside, CA July 10, 1998

Mabel Yolanda Doty, 85, died of heart and lung failure Saturday at Manor Care Nursing Center in Hemet. Internment will be private. Miller-Jones Mortuary in Hemet is handling the arrangements. Mrs. Doty, who was born in Decatur, Ind., lived in Hemet 16 years. She and her husband owned Doty's Sewing Machine Repair & Fabric Store in Hemet. She taught sewing. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, cooking and baking. Survivors include two sons, Bill Carles of Yucaipa and Donald Carles of Costa Mesa; a daughter, Carol Humphrey on Conway, Ariz.; five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and a sister, Virginia Graham of Mishawaka, Ind.

Emmert, Edna May-daughter of Willard C.
Orange County Register-March 13, 2004

Edna May Emmert, 89, of Orange, a homemaker, died March 9, 2004, of natural causes. Private services. Arrangements by Rose Hills Mortuary, Anaheim.

Eskridge, Kenneth-first married to Wilma Laughlin
Venutar County Star-California-6-30-2004

Ken Eskridge, 60, passed away June 28, 2004, after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's. Born to Gilbert Jr. and Jennie (Turner) Eskridge, he was a resident of Ventura for most of his life, having moved to Canyon Lake in 2002. Ken retired from Southern California Gas Co. with 36 years of service.

Ken is survived by his loving wife of 21 years, Kathee; children, Craig of Colorado, Kelly Eskridge Herdon of Colorado, and Kirk; grandchildren, Tyler, Amber and Clint; sister JoAnn McIntyre of Nevada; dear brother-in-law to Krys and Norm Johnson, Mary and Joe Mata, Wilma Laughlin; and other family members, including cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and his faithful cat, Spot, who all dearly loved him and his sense of humor. A celebration of his life and inurnment will be held at 10 a.m. Friday Jul 2, in the chapel of Fairhaven Memorial Park, 1702 E. Fairhaven, Santa Ana, Calif.; In lieu of flowers, a memorial contribution may be made to a local Alzheimer's Association or Hospice Association in Ken's name.

Freeman, Marie Elizabeth Failing-wife of Everett Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle 2-29-2004

Freeman, Marie Elizabeth Failing-Jan. 27, 2004. Born Mar. 7, 1906 to Mary and Vernon Failing of Stanyan, St. in SF. Marie and family survived the 1906 earthquake and moved to Oakland, where she grew up and graduated from Oakland Tech High. Predeceased by her beloved Tony in 1999 after 66 years together. Adorned mother of Molly Irwin, Ann Kidd and Susan Baurmann. Grandmother of seven, great grandmotehr of 10. Marie loved playing the piano, painting, and writing stories, journals and letters. She was a world traveler, talented musician, gifted graphologist, lifelong art student, and loyal, devoted friend to countless people throughout the world. Her openheartedness, deep insight and appreciated of others warmed the lived of all who knew Marie. Her interests were many amd varied--fine arts, cuisine, ornithology, languages, bridge, books, gardens and trees. She gave generously of her talents as a local church organist. Tony's work in music and radio took them to Kabul, Afghanistan and Amman, Jordan during the 1960's. Marie was an active volunteer in Kabul for a children's hospital and a women's cottage industry organization, and taught piano in Kabul and Amman. A Memorial Mass will be held at Sacred Heart Church, 10189 State Route One, Olema on Sunday, Mar 21, 2004 at 1:00p.m. Reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, please remember Marie to your favorite charity.

Givens, Boyd-husband of Mary Shuman
Fresno Bee September 22, 2004

Mr. Boyd Givens passed away Wednesday, September 8, 2004. He was 90. Mr. Givens was born in Oklahoma and a resident of Madera County for 60 years. Boyd Served his country in the United States Army during World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds inflicted during the Battle of the Bulge in Germany.

Over a period of 30 years, Boyd was associated with various Ford dealers in Madera, as parts manager, salesman, sales manager and general manager. Upon his retirement, he moved to Oakhurst, playing golf and duplicate bridge for many years. While living in Madera, Boyd served on the Board of Eduacation in Madera for 15 years. He was instrumental in organizing the Madera Unified School Board of Education and served as its first president. In 1968, he received the Golden Apple Award for his contribuation to education.

He was a charter member of the Madera Golf and Country Club and served as secretary of the Sierra Sky Ranch Men's Golf Club for many years. He was a member of the Madera Kiwanis Club for 15 years and a member of the Madera Masonic Lodge #280, serving as Master in 1954. Boyd is survived by his children, John Givens of Oakhurst, David Givens of Dublin, Ireland and Melinda Givens of Berkeley and four grandchildren. Private services were held.

Givens, Mary Eleanor-daughter of Harvey Shuman
Sierra Star (Oakhusrt, CA) July 9, 2003

Mrs.Givens passed away on June 28 at the age of 86. She had been a lifelong resident of Madera County. Mrs Givens worked as a librarian for 12 years. She enjoyed playing bridge and was an avid golfer. She was also a lifelong member of the P.E.O.

Mrs. Givens is survived by her husband of 64 years, Boyd Givens of Oakhurst and also: her children John Givens of Oakhurst; David Givens of Dublin, Ireland; Melinda Givens of Berkeley and her brother William Shuman of Morrow Bay. Mrs. Givens was also a loving grandmother of four. Private funeral services were held under the direction of Jay Chapel.

Heath, Wilda-daughter of Lelah Huntoon
Chicago Tribune

Elgin-Mrs. Wilda F. Heath, 57, of 710 Jay Street, was pronounced dead on arrival Saturday at Sherman Hospital. Born in Elgin, Jun 16, 1912, she was the daughter of Robert and Lelah Huntoon Whalen. She was a member of Holy Trinity Luthern Church and of Elgin Chapter 212, Order of Eastern Star.

Surviving are the widower, Edwin M. two daughters, Mrs. Larry (Marcia) Barnwell and Mrs. Dennis (Carol) Genz of Elgin, and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, a daughter and a son in infancy. Services at 1, Tuesday in the Stout Funeral home will be conducted by the Rev. Walter R. Herborn, pastor of Holy Trinity Lutherna Church. Burial will be in Lake Street Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.

Hodge, Mary Elizabeth-daughter of Ethelyn Mae Huntoon
Visalia Times, Delta, CA November 18, 2006

Mary Elizabeth Hodge-91 of Porterville died Tues. Nov. 14, 2006. She was a factory worker. Myers Funeral Service.

Hofmeister, Hasko
Home News Tribune, New Jersey-3-18-2007

STIRLING-Hasko W. Hofmeister, longtime resident of Stirling, passed away peacefully in his home Friday (Mar 16, 2007). Born in Bremen, Germany, he immigrated to the United States as a young man, settling in San Francisco. During a long career in the shipping industry, he lived in many countries but always considered San Francisco his home.

Hasko was an executive with Flex-Van Leasing for 28 years, where he was vice-president of Intermodal Operations. A lifelong train enthusiast, Hasko was a collector of Marklin and an active member of Marklin Enthusiasts of America. He was a dedicated supporter and volunteer for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization.

Hasko is survived by his wife, Judith; his sons, Steven and Richard of California; and his daughter, Michele of New York City. He is also survived by his loyal sidekick, Bogart. Visitation will be held 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Higgins Home for Funerals, 752 Mountain Blvd., Watchung. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization, 785 Springfiled Ave, Summit, NJ 07901, would be deeply appreciated.

Huntoon, Bernadine (Helberg)-wife of George W. Huntoon
Jan 2, 2002, The Orange County Register, California

Bernadine M. Huntoon, 84, of Santa Ana, a bookkeeper, died Dec. 24, 2001, of cancer. Services have happened already. Arrangements by Harbor Lawn-Mt. Olive Memorial Park & Mortuary, Costa Mesa. Daughter, Cathy Swenson; sons, Wally, John, Ron; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren.

The following obituary for Bernadine was written by Scott Osborn
It brings me much saddness to announce that at 2:pm Christmas Eve, we lost another family member. Her name is Bernadine Helberg Huntoon, wife of the late George Willard Huntoon. George passed away on Mar 30, 1997. They are survived by their four children and many grand and great grandchildren. George was the third child of Willard C. Huntoon and Fanny Belle Morris. The first child, Grace Irene (Huntoon) Osborn passed away last month, Nov 3, 2001. Merrill Huntoon, oldest surviving sibling and wife of Ruth V. Huntoon, had this to say: We knew that she had cancer but did not expect her departure to be so sudden. Bernadine was a lovely lady and was loved by everyone that ever knew her. She always had a smile on her face as she was a fabulous Christian whose love for God and life was unsurpassed. She has been attending meetings and services at the same church since she was ten years old. She also devoted many hours to various church functions. Bernadine was a great addition to the Huntoon family for over 50 years. She will be missed by all.

Huntoon, Bertha-wife of Edwin Huntoon
Jul 19, 1959

Huntoon Bertha L.-Pierce Brothers, Los Angeles

Huntoon, Burton-son of Charles B.
LaPorte County, Indiana Oct 7, 1891

Burton J. Huntoon, aged 21 years died at LaPorte yesterday of consumption.

Huntoon, Charles-son of William B.
LaPorte County, Indiana-October 7, 1909
C. B. Huntoon, formerly of LaPorte and for a number of years a traveling salesman for the Crane Hardware Company, died on Oct. 5 at Bolton, Cal. Desceased was 62 years old and died of heart disease. He was a civil war veteran.

Huntoon, Doris-wife of Walter E. Huntoon
Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Illinois-Feb 21, 2004-A memorial visitation for Doris M. Huntoon, 81 will be from 2 to 4 p.m. today, at the Laird Funeral Home, 310 State St. Elgin. Born Nov. 28, 1922, in Hampshire, the daughter of John and Emma (nee Dumoulin)Maynard, she passed away Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2004, at her home. Doris was a devoted mother. She was a creative seamstress who took pleasure in sharing her talents. She also love animals. Mrs. Huntoon is survived by her husband, Walter, who she met at the Elgin National Watch Company, and to who she was united in marriage June 8, 1944, in Hampshire; children, David of Albuquerque, N.M., Carol Zamie of Elgin and Gary (Wanda Null) of Elgin; granddaughter, Kristin Huntoon of Elgin; brothers, John and Edwin, both of Hampshire; a sister, Norma Gray of Hampshire; and her neices and nephews. She also leaves her other "grandchildren" "Jasmine" a black lab, and three cats, "Dolly" "Chessie" and "Sugar" In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Bernadine Walrack, and a brother, Alvin, in infancy. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Northeastern Illinois, 410 S. Hager Ave. Barrington, Il 60010 or Kindness, Inc., (no kill animal shelter), 819 Walnut ave, Elgin, Il. 60123.

Huntoon, Elizabeth-wife of Walter Gamble Huntoon
Chicago Tribune Janauary 2, 1947
Elizabeth Huntoon, Dec. 30, 1946, 197 Westminster avenue, Lake Forest, wife of Walter G., mother of the late Walter G. Jr. and Mrs. Marion Larson of Highland Park, Ill. grandmother of Patty and Ray Larson. Resting at chapel, 233 E. Deerpath, Lake Forest. Services Thursday, Jan. 2, 2p.m. at Church of the Holy Spirit, Lake Forest. Interment Lake Forest cemetery.

Huntoon, George Washington Jr.-son of William B.
G.W. Huntoon, born here in 1842,dies-Geoge Washington Huntoon, of Evanston's pioneer settlers, died yesterday at his home in Lake Forest, where he has lived since he moved from this city 20 years ago. He was 80 years old, and was engaged in the bakery business in Lake Forest until three years ago when he  retired.

Mr. Huntoon was born in Evanston, July 20, 1842, the son of William and the grandson of George Washington Huntoon, Sr., the first of that family who came to this city from Ohio in 1838. His uncle, George M. Huntoon was Evanston's first postmaster. The first Huntoon residence here was a log cabin built on Ridge road on the corner of what is now Main street.

Enlisting in the 8th Illinois cavalry, Sept. 18, 1861, Mr. Huntoon served through the Civil War. The record of John A. Logan post contained the following information. "Enlisted as a private, Co. F., Eight Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, Promoted to sergeant. Dishcharged at Culpeper court house in Virginia, December, 1863. Re-enlisted as a veteran." "Comrade Huntoon participated in the battle of Five Oaks or Seven Points and was with his gallant regiment during his nearly four years of service. Discharged July, 1865, because the war was over. Mustered into G.A.R. as member of Post No. 147, department of Indiana, March 10, 1866."

He was past commander of the G.A.R. post at Waukegan and junior vice-president vice-comander of the State of Illinois, last year. Besides his wife, who was Louisa Gamble, the daughter of Gen. William Gamble, he is survived by six children. These are Jesse, Charles, and Walter Huntoon and Mrs. Louise Church, Mrs. Clara McGraw and Miss Ida Huntoon. Funeral services will be held Friday, October 6. Burial will be at Rose Hill cemetery where Mason's ceremonies will take place. The G.A.R. and the Loyal Legion will participate in the services.

Huntoon, George W.-son of Willard C., grandson of William B.
April 2, 1997, The Orange County Register, California
George W. Huntoon, 84, of Santa Ana, a former driver for Model Laundry, died Sunday. Visitation: 5-9 pm Thursday, Harbor Lawn Mortuary, Costa Mesa. Services: 11:15am Friday, Harbor Lawn Masoleum, and noon Friday, the mortuary. Survivors: wife, Bernadine, daughter, Cathryn Swenson; sons Wally, John, Ron; brothers, Merrill, Herbert; sisters, Irene Osborn, Edna Emmert; seven grandchildren ; two great grandchildren.

Huntoon, Herta Maria-wife of Herbert, son of Willard C.
Mail Tribune, Jackson County, Oregon. July 13, 2001

Herta Maria Huntoon, 84 of Phoenix, died Wednesday(July 11, 2001) at Ashland Community Hospital. A private memorial service will be at  10:30 am  Monday at Oak Columbarium at Hillcrest Memorial Park. Her husband's nephew, Pastor Bob Huntoon, of Mountain View Baptist Church in Talent will officiate.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a favorite children's charity. She was born Nov. 13, 1916, in Herten, Germany, the daughter of Gustav and Maria Doliwa, a coal mining family. During World War II, she was a member of the German Red Cross Underground in her hometown, which was near the Holland border. The organization helped Jewish people escape to Holland from Germany.

On July 2, 1946, in Germany, she married Herbert C. Huntoon, who survives. They met while he was serving with the occupation forces in Germany. They moved to New York in 1948. Mrs. Huntoon became a U.S. citizen in 1953 in Ventura, Calif. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the Independent Order of Foresters. She is survived by her husband, Herbert C. Huntooon, Phoenix. Arrangements: Hillcrest Mortuary, Medford.

Huntoon, John Willard II-grandson of George W., son of Willard C.
Feb. 6, 1991, Orange County Deaths

John Willard Huntoon II, infant son of Joh & Sharon Huntoon of Westminster, died Thursday. Private services and burial. Arrangements by Saddleback Chapel, Tustin. Also survived by his grandparents Betty & Jasck DeFratus of Fountain Valley and George & Bernadine Huntoon of Santa Ana.

Huntoon, Lewis-son of Charles Huntoon
May, 1941 Los Angeles Times

Huntoon, Lewis E. age 72, May 11, 1941

Huntoon, Louise (Gamble)-wife of George W. Jr.
Taken from a LaPorte County, Indiana, newspaper-MRS. GEORGE HUNTOON-Word was received here today of the death last Thursday of Mrs. George Huntoon, age 83, formerly of LaPorte, of Lake Forest,Ill. The deceased woman was active in Women's Relief Corps work here about 30 years ago, and also in the Episcopal church. She left here about 30 years ago. She is survived by three sons and three daughters. Burial was in Lake Forest.

Huntoon, Merrill-son of Willard
Mail Tribune, Oregon Dec 1, 2005

Merrill "Bud" Huntoon, 96 died in Loomis, CA on November 17th, 2005. Bud was born in Colton, CA in 1909 and was married to Ruth Huntoon, who preceded him in death. Survivors include: Daughters, Marilyn Thomas (Loomis, CA) and Janice Potts (Lubbock, TX), son Bob Huntoon (Medford), 15 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren.

Huntoon, Pauline (Hill)-wife of Albert Huntoon
Press Enterprise (Riverside, CA) December 14, 2008

Passed away Wednesday, December 10, 2008 in Loma Linda, California at the age of 94. Pauline was born in Riverside,California on October 14, 1914. She was preceded in death by her husband, Albert A. Huntoon. They were married for 59 years. Pauline lived and raised her children in the city of Colton where her husband was the Mayor. She was one of Colton's premier First Ladies. Pauline was an active member of the Colton United Methodist Church where she served on various committees, sang in the choir and taught Sunday School. She was a past president and is an honorary life member of the Colton Women's Club. Her strong support of the Colton Museum lead her to serve on the Museum Board and participate as a docent. She was a member of the Friends of the Library. Upon moving to Grand Terrace, Pauline became a member of the Grand Terrace Women's Club. She devoted a lifetime of service to her community, her church and her family. Pauline was raised in Northern California. She married her childhood sweethaert, Albert Huntoon, and moved to Colton upon their marriage. She is survived by her children, Maryetta Huntoon Ferre, Michael Huntoon and Larry Huntoon. She has six grandchildren, Charles Huntoon, Elizabeth Huntoon, Debrah Huntoon, Christopher Huntoon, Jeffry Ferre, and Julia Ferre Shuler and four great grandchildren, Griffin Ferre, Kendall Ferre, Jace Shuler and Craig Shuler. Viewing will be at Montecito Mortuary on Thursday, December 18, from 4:00-7:00pm, services will be on Friday, December 19th at 10:00am at the Colton United Methodist Church, 625 West Laurel St. with interment at Hermosa Cemetery in Colton. Services entrusted to: Montecito Mortuary and Memorial Park, Colton, CA.

Huntoon, Pauline(Hiskey)-wife of David Huntoon
San Bernadino Sun Jan 15, 2002

Pauline L. Huntoon, age 77 of Colton, passed away on Sunday, January 13, at St. Bernadine Hospital. Survivors include her son, David P. Huntoon, Colton; sister Jennie Lee Stinton, Redlands; granddaughters, Michelle Kelly, Monrovia, Janis Huntoon, Colton, Julie Buenrostro, Colton, Lisa Blough, San Bernadino; grandson, David R.; greatgrandchildren, Brianna and Hannah Buenrostro, Colton, Michael Blough, San Bernadino and Julian Salas, Monrovia. Services will be held on Thursday, January 17, 11 a.m., at the Colt Funeral Chapel.

Huntoon, Ruth Virginia-wife of Merrill
Mail Tribune, Oregon Aug 12, 2004

Ruth Virginia Huntoon, 89, long time resident of Rogue Valley, Died in Roseville, CA on July 28th, 2004. A memorial has been held. She was born on April 7, 1915 in Los Angeles. On Aug. 26, 1934, she married Merrill "Bud" Huntoon who survives. Mrs. Huntoon attended Valley Bible Fellowship in Talent, where her son Bob is the pastor. In addition to her husband, Bud, of almost 70 years, survivors inclue: a son, Bob Huntoon of Medford; two daughters, Marilyn Thomas of Loomis, CA and Janice Potts of Lubbock, TX; 15 grandchildren and 42 great grandchildren.

Huntoon, Shirley-daughter of Milton, who was the son of Willard C.
The Evanston Review-December 17, 1925
GIRL DIES OF INJURIES-Shirley Isabelle Huntoon, 6-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Huntoon, died Friday evening at St. Francis Hospital following an operation which was given as a final effort to save her life. Struck by an automobile Friday morning at the corner of Main street and Sherman avenue, she had not regained consciousness up to the time of her death, which was caused by a fractured skull. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2:30 from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Carter, 935 Sherman avenue, with interment at Rosehill cemetery. She is survived by  her parents, of 918 Sherman avenue.

Huntoon, Walter Gamble-son of George W. Jr.
Chicago Tribune June 17, 1952

Walter Gamble Huntoon, 80, of 2120 St. John's ave., Highland Park, retired Lake Forest bakery owner, died yesterday in Lake Forest hospital. He had been a resident of Lake Forest for 48 years. Services will be held tomorrow at 2:30p.m. in Church of the Holy Spirit, Lake Forest. Burial will be in Lake Forest cemetery. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Leo Larson of Highland Park; three sisters, Miss Idabelle Huntoon of Los Angeles, Mrs. Louise Church of Chicago and Mrs. Clara McGrew of Wawatosa, Wis.

Hurley, George-son of Dorothy Lyman
Fresno Bee- August 25, 1994

Hurley, George R. "Dick"-Services for George R. "Dick" Hurley, 69, of Fresno, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Boice Funeral Home Chapel. Mr. Hurley, a retired sergeant first class after 20 years in the U.S. Army and employed by the city of Fresno for 12 years, died Monday. Visitation will be from noon to 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Remembrences may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 2949 N. Fresno St. Fresno 93727.

Larson, Marion (Huntoon)-daughter of George W. Jr.
Chicago Tribune June 19, 1981
Marion Huntoon Larson, June 18, of Highland Park, beloved wife of E. Leo; dear mother of Ray(Susan) and Pat (John) Wineman, grandmother of Scott, Grant and Nina Larson and Kathy, Andy, and Karen Wineman. Visitation 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, June 19, at Kelley and Spalding Funeral Home, 1787 Deerfield Rd, Highland Park, where services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment Northshore Garden of Memories. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Villa St. Cyril. Info 831-4260.

Lyman, Cornelius-wife of Edith Shuman
Los Angeles Times

Lyman-Services for Cornelius Lyman today at 2:30 p.m. at Edwards Brothers Colonial Mortuary.

Lyman-Cornelius Lyman, beloved son of Mrs.Gertrude Lyman. Services Friday 2:30 p.m. at Edwards Brothers Colonial Mortuary.

Morris, Robert John-son of Kirby Morris
Press-Enterprise(Riverside, CA) December 9, 2004

Morris, Robert John age 27, passed away at home in Fullerton on 12-3-04 after a long bout with cancer. He was born on May 13, 1977 at Ft. Ord, Ca. He was a loving and devoted son, brother and husband. He is survived by his wife Teresa Morris; parents, Kirby and Edna Morris of Riverside; brother Joshua Morris of Lemoore; grandmother Sisley Morris of Apple Valley, Nephew to Virginia Sullivan, Joe and Anita Sullivan, and Allyson and Steve Sutter. Robert graduated from Riverside Christian High School. Memorial service on 12/10. 1 p.m. at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributations to City of Hope. Arrangements handled by: Acheson and Graham.

Osborn, Theordore Clarence-son of Grace Irene Huntoon
Daily Sentinal (Grand Junction, CO) December 15, 2008

Theodore C. OSborn Jr., 76, Palisade, died Dec, 12, 2008, at Palisade Living Center. No services will take place. Mr. Osborn was a bartender. Survivors include one son, Scott of Grand Junction; and one sister, Barbara J. McKenzie of Grand Junction.

Osborn, Grace Irene (Huntoon)-daughter of Willard Huntoon.
Grand Junction Daily Sentinal (Colorado) 11-7-01

April 2, 1907-November 4, 2001-Grace Irene Osborn, age 94, the daughter of Willard and Fannie Huntoon. She married Theodore C. Osborn in 1926 in Madera, CA. Her husband preceeded her in death as did her son, Everett Osborn of Louisville, Kentucky. Two surviving children are Barbara McKenzie of Grand Junction and Theodore Osborn of San Diego, CA. She has six grandchildren. Josh Eskridge, WIlma Laughlin, Linda Stout and Dale Richards of CA, Mike Richards and James Cosper of Grand Juntion, nine great-grandchildren and 10 great great-grandchldren.

"Irene" was an avid gardener, did oil paintings and loved the outdoors. The Grand Junction area was her choice for her later years because of the areas beauty. Cremation has taken place and a family ceremony will take place at a later date in Fresco, CA. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart Assn of the Leukemia Foundation for research can be made in her name.

Shuman, Gretchen G.-wife of Robert B. Shuman
Fresno Bee (California) Aug 15, 1987

Gretchen G. Shuman, 75 of Fresno, retired teacher, died Thursday. Graveside services, 1pm. Monday, Belmont Memorial Park. Arrangements by Stephens and Bean Funeral Home.

Shuman, Harvey-son of Celenia Huntoon
Fresno Bee

Madera-Masonic funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. for Harvey W. Shuman, 75, who virtually grew up with the automobile industry in California. The services will be conducted in the Jay Mortuary and cremation will follow in the Chapel of the Light in Fresno. Shuman, a former Madera County Supervisor and Madera automobile dealer for over 40 years, died of a heart attack yesterday at his vaction home in Cayucos, San Luis Obispo County. He and his wife Mary, were in the yard when he was stricken. The Cayucos Fire Department resuscitator squad and a physician were summond but were unablle to revive him.

Shuman, a native of Evanston, Ill., came to Madera in 1911. In the 1920's he operated a truck and stage line from Madera to Sugar Pine. Together with the late P.S. Nichols, he established the first Ford agency in Madera in 1913. They retired eight years ago. Shuman served on the board of supervisors, having been appointed in 1935 to fill out the term of the late James Freeman. Shuman started in the automobile business almost at the same time the auto came into prominence on the highways. In 1909 and 1910 he was an auto racer in the bay area. In his years in Madera he had operated several car agenices and an auto suppy store. He was past master of the Madera Masonic Lodge which will conduct the funeral rites.

Besides his widow, whom he married in 1911, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Edith Lyman of Salinas, Monterey County, a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Givens of Madera; two sons, Robert of Fresno and William of Morrow Bay, and seven grandchildren.

Shuman, Helen-wife of William A. Shuman
Sa Luis Obispo-Jan. 4, 2001

Helen Shuman, 92, of Los Osos, died Friday, Dec. 15, 2000. Arrangements are by the Neptune Society of Santa Barbara.

Shuman, Mary-wife of Harvey Shuman
Fresno Bee Feburary 17, 1969

Madera-Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Shuman will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Jay Chapel to be followed by cremation in Fresno. Mrs. Shuman, a widow of H.W. Shuman, a long time automobile dealer, died in a local hospital Saturday, the day before her 79th birthday.

She was born in Riverside and attended the Riverside schools. She has been a Madera resident for 55 years. Surviving are two sons, Robert Shuman of Fresno and William Shuman of Morro Bay; a daughter Mrs. Boyd Givens of Madera and seven gradnchildren.

Shuman, Ralph-grandson of William B.
Fresno Bee Feburary 4, 1941

Rites are conducted for Ralph Shuman-Madera (Madera Co.) Feb 4.-Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon in the Madera Funeral Home for Ralph A. Shuman, 58, a native of Illinois and resident of Madera County twenty seven years, who died in a local hospital Friday. Rev. H.E. Woods conducted the services. Burial was in Belmont Memorial Park at Fresno.

Shuman is survived by his widow, Mrs. Effie Shuman, one son Robert Harvey Shuman of Madera, 3 daughters, Mrs. Viola Routh of Fresno, Mrs. Doris Stanley of Madera and Miss Louise Shuman of Fresno, a brother H.W. Shuman of Madera; 2 sisters, Mrs. Minnie Johnson of Colton and Mrs. Edith Lyman of Madera; 2 grandchildren and 8 nieces and nephews.

Shuman, Robert B.-great grandson of William
Fresno Bee (California) Dec 16 1987

Robert B. Shuman, 75, of Fresno, retired copy editor for the Fresno Bee, died Monday. Memorial services, 1 pm. Friday, Stephens and Bean Funeral Home.

Ulbricht, Jennie Ducilla (Morris)-daughter of Ethelyn Mae Huntoon
Tulare Advance Register (California) Sep. 6, 1979

A funeral service for Jennie Ducilla Ulbricht, 71, Lemoncove, will be held at 1pm, Saturday at the Neal Family Funeral Service chapel in Exeter. Mrs. Ulbricht, well-known to Tulare bridge players, was a certified director of the Duplicate Bridge Clubs for the American Contract Bridge Association.

Born in Colton, she had lived in the Lemoncove area for more than 30 years. She is survived by three sons, E. Paul Ulbricht, Santa Barbara; James C. Ulbricht, Canoga Park; and Ernst A.Ulbricht, Exeter; a daughter, Ethlyn E. Hardy, Klamath Falls, Ore.; a brother Robert A. Morris. Anaheim; three sisters, Grace Merget, Santa Ana; Elsie Simpson, Buena Park; and Elizabeth Hodge, Whittier; 11 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.

Whalen, Earl-son of Lelah Huntoon
Chicago Tribune 12-2-1966

Earl E. Whalen, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Stoddard; dear father of Kathleen Patti and Charles; grandfather of Lee Ann; son of the late Robert and Lelah; brother of the late Robert. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m. from Geils Funeral Home, 180 S. York St. Bensenville, Ill., to Alexis's Church. Mass 10a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven.

Whalen, Lelah-daughter of Charles Huntoon
Mrs. Lelah E. Huntoon, 63, of 710 Jay St., died Thurday evening at 5:45 p.m. in her home following a brief illness. She was born June 22, 1891 in LaPorte Ind., a daughter of the late Charles E. and Edith Eaton Huntoon. and resided in Elgin for 62 years. She was the widow of Robert E. Whalen, former fire marshall of Elgin who died March 19th of this year.

She was a member of First Methodist church and also a member of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the church. She was a past matron of Elgin chapter 212, Order of Eastern Star, and was a member of Elgin Camp, Royal Neighbors of America. Surviving are two sons, Earl of Bensenville, and Robert of Elgin; a daughter, Mrs. Wilda Heath of Elgin; seven gradnchildren: a brother Walter Huntoon of Elgin. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and a brother George Huntoon.

Services will be held Monday at 3 p.m. ath the Stout funeral home, the Rev. Carleton C. Rogers, pastor of First Methodist church officiating. Burial will be in Lake Street Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home.

Whalen, Robert E.-husband of Lelah Huntoon

Funeral seervices for Robert E. Whalen, 64, of 710 Jay St., former Elgin fire chief, who died in Sherman hospital this morning, will be held at the O'Connor funeral home at 2 p.m. Monday. The Rev. Carleton C. Rogers, pastor of First Methodist church will officiate, and burial will be in Lake Street Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday evening and Sunday.
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