Obituary : Edson Frederick Chubb


Edson F. Chubb, 53, died Jan. 2, 1964. He is survived by the widow, Gladys, of Klamath Falls; six brothers, William, Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, George, Boise, Idaho, Arthur, Sand Point, Idaho, Myron, Dorris, Calif., Clarence, Fall River Mills, Wis., Richard, Cumberland, Wis.; four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Harkness and Mrs. Catherine Young, both of Spooner, Wis., Lottie Stockman and Clara Evans, both of Sand Point, Idaho; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Jan. 4, at 2 p.m. in O'Hair's Memorial Chapel with interment at Eternal Hills Memorial Gardens.

Funeral for E. F. Chubb Held at Klamath Falls

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chubb were in Klamath Falls, Ore., last Saturday where they attended the funeral of Mr. Chubb's brother, Edson F. Chubb, who passed away suddenly on Thursday. Services were in charge of the Masonic lodge and interment was in Klamath Falls cemetery. The deceased was known to quite a few people in the Naples area where he had worked for the Brown-McFarland Lumber company in the 30's. He had visited many times in Bonners with his brother and family also, and was a caller here, with his wife on Thanksgiving Day. A. J. Chubb and Mrs. Lottie Stockman, both of the Sandpoint area, brother and sister of the deceased, accompanied the W. A. Chubbs on the trip to Klamath.

Edson Chubb Rites Saturday in Oregon

Art Chubb, Sandpoint fire chief, Mrs. Alex Stockman, Kootenai, and Bill Chubb, Bonners Ferry publisher, attended the funeral of their brother, Edson F. Chubb, in Klamath Falls, Ore., Saturday. Rites were conducted by the Masonic lodge. Mr. Chubb, a painting contractor who had visited Sandpoint many times, suffered a heart attack Thursday while driving his car home from his doctor's office where he had undergone an examination. Mr. Chubb, born in Cumberland, Wis., came to Sandpoint with his parents in 1925, where he grew up and attended local schools. He moved to Klamath Falls about 30 years ago. Other survivors include his wife, Gladys; and brothers and sisters, M/Sgt. George W., Mountain Home AFB, Idaho; Richard, Cumberland, Wis.; Mrs. Margeret Harkness and Mrs. Harry H. Young, Spooner, Wis., and Myron, Dorris, Calif. Also attending the services from here were Mrs. Bill Chubb of Bonners Ferry; (Private).
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