|William Larue McMurrin
August 27, 1897–June 17, 1980
|William Larue McMurrin, 82, Independence, Iowa a former resident of Cedar Rapids, died Tuesday afternoon at Peoples Memorial Hospital in Independence after a long illness.
Born August 27, 1897, at Morley, he married Frances White September 1, 1919, at Anamosa. He moved to Independence in 1959 and retired from Wilson Foods in 1960.
Surviving are seven sons Albert of Cedar Rapids, Roger of Waterloo, and Wilber, Neil, Norman, Robert and Dewayne all of Independence: a daughter, Pauline Johnstone, Cedar Rapids: 40 grandchildren: 12 great grandchildren: two brothers, Albert of Des Moines and Alvin of Central City: two sisters, Arlene French and Tille Townsend, both of Anamosa.
Services: 10:30 am, Friday at White Funeral Home in Independence, where friends may call after 7:30 tonight. Burial: 2 pm, Friday in Forest Chapel Cemetery near Anamosa.
Submitted by: Charles R. Stivers
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