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V. Randolph Gaspard

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The Seattle Times, Sunday, January 8, 1950
Page 18, Column 1
V. Randolph Gaspard

Funeral services for V. Randolph Gaspard, 70 years old, of 9512 First Avenue Northeast, a veteran of the Spanish-American War, will be held at 11 o’clock Tuesday forenoon in Forkner’s Chapel with burial in Washelli. He died Thursday in a hospital.

Mr. Gaspard, who was born in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, came to Seattle 18 years ago. He was past Commander of Louis C. Roop Camp No. 19, United Spanish War Veterans, a member of Westgate Lodge, F. & A.M. and a life member of Lodge No. 92, B.P.O.E.

Surviving are his wife, Marian; a son, Robert P. Gaspard in the Air Force; two brothers, William E. Gaspard of San Francisco and Irving C. Gaspard of Portland, Oregon; four sisters, Mrs. Martie Sherman, Portland, Mrs. Miriam Webb, Minneapolis, Mrs. Margariete Whittmore, St. Paul and Mrs. Lillian Rosenstein, of LaCrosse and three grandchildren.


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Deaths, Funerals

Gaspard, V. Randolph, January 5. Beloved husband of Marian M. Father of Robert P. Gaspard, United States Army. Brother of Mrs. Martie Sherman, Portland, Mrs. Miriam Webb, Minneapolis, Mrs. Margariete Whittemore, St. Paul, Mrs. Lillian Rosenstein, of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, William E. Gaspard, San Francisco, Irving C. Gaspard, Portland; three grandchildren. Past Commander Louis C. Roop Camp No. 19, U.S.W.; Member of Westgate Lodge, F. and A.M. Life member B.P.O.E., No. 92. Services Tuesday, 11AM, Forkners Chapel. Interment Veterans Section, Washelli.


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