Fredrick Wick Malone
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Fredrick Malone
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Services held Friday April 11, 1941 for Fredrick Malone

Funeral services for Fredrick Malone, 24, were held at the Church of Christ at Spur, Friday, April 11, 1941 at 5 p.m. Mike M. Young, officiated. Death occurred Thursday, April 10, after a six months illness of pneumonia followed by tuberculosis, for which he received treatment at Sanatorium, Texas, five weeks preceding his passing.

Interment was made in Spur Cemetery, Campbell Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Duward Woodard, R.J. Bell, William Starcher, Fred Kinney, Johnny Hopkins and Carl Arthur. Flower bearers: Ann Lee, Doris Arthur, Mozelle Arthur, Oleta Dell Reed, LaVoris Lee, and Ouida Fern Harkey.

Surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Malone.

Frederick Malone was born in New York City, March 28, 1917. At the age of three he was legally adopted by Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Malone of Decatur, Texas, and made his home with them. In January 1924 the family moved to Spur, where Fredrick grew to manhood. He graduated from Spur High School and attended Abilene Christian College one year. Having been reared in a christian home, he, at the age of nine, obeyed the Gospel and was baptized into the Church of Christ of Spur, where he held membership at his untimely demise.

Out of town relatives here to pay last respects were: Mr. and Mrs. McNamorrow of Olton; and Wm. Armstrong of Littlefield. One Uncle was unable to attend because of illness.

©The Texas Spur, April 16, 1941
Transcribed by Kay Laster from the records of Lillian Grace Nay
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