Woodrow W. BUTTS

HAIRSTON.org ID#5875, b. 29 April 1923, d. 16 December 1990
Father*William Richard BUTTS1
Mother*Eva STENCIL1
Birth*Woodrow W. BUTTS was born on 29 April 1923 in Blountsville, Alabama.2 
He was the son of William Richard BUTTS and Eva STENCIL.1 
Marriage*Woodrow W. BUTTS married Mary Jane STURGEON, daughter of Harry Garland STURGEON and Estella Pearl TURNPAUGH, on 21 July 1944.2,1 
Death*Woodrow W. BUTTS died on 16 December 1990 in Memorial Hospital, Logansport, Cass Co., Indiana, at age 67.2 
Burial*He was buried in Walton Cemetery, Cass Co., Indiana.3 
Obit*Woodrow W. Butts, 67, 105 N. High St., died at 2 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, 1990, in Memorial Hospital at Logansport. He was born April 29, 1923, in Blountsville, Ala., a son of William Richard and Eva (Stencil) Butts. In 1944, he married Mary Jane Sturgeon, who survives. Butts had lived in Cass County for 46 years and was a retired farmer and retired from Logansport State Hospital after 10 years of service. He served in the Navy during World War II. He was a member of First Baptist Church at Young America, American Legion, Masonic Lodge and Order of Eastern Star. Also surviving are a son, Gary Butts of Galveston; two daughters, Tanna VanWey of San Clemente, Calif., and Melissa Ellis of San Diego; a brother, Carl ton Butts of Blountsville; a half sister, Cora Bradford of Blountsville; and five grandchildren. Two brothers preceded him in death. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Murray Funeral Home here. The Rev. Ken Marsh will officiate. Burial will be in Walton Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the mortuary, where a Masonic service will be conducted at 7:30p.m
The Kokomo Tribune, Kokomo, Ohio, December 17, 1990, Page 12. 

Family

Mary Jane STURGEON b. 1 Apr 1925, d. 27 Jun 2016
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Sources (www.HAIRSTON.org)

  1. [S257] Obituary attached to this record.
  2. [S51] Death Certificate.
  3. [S48] Find A Grave Website with Photo - only listings with photos of grave markers that are contemporary to the deceased individuals death are acceptable for genealogical proof.
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