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Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review 8 Feb 1968 p 10

KINGMAN — Cletus Ocheltree, 61, a foreman at Harrison Steel Casting Co. at Attica, died of a heart ailment at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at his home on Rt. 2, Kingman. He was born Oct. 9, 1906 in Sylvania, Ind., to Charlie and Dessie Stout Ocheltree. He was wed Sept. 21, 1928 to Geraldine Jackson, who survives. Mr. Ocheltree had been employed at the Harrison steel firm 27 years. He was a member of Kingman IOOF Lodge 339 and Modern Woodmen of America. Surviving besides his wife are a daughter, Mrs. (Josephine) Garold Ottinger of New Richmond; two sons, Richard of Perrysville and Donald of Atlanta, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. Doris Stoup of Kingman and Mrs. Grace Bonebrake and Mrs. Elsie Kiesel of Phoenix, Ariz., and a grandchild.. A sister and two brothers are deceased. Funeral services are at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Woodrow Funeral Home here, where friends may call at 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday. Rev. Forest Stickler will officiate, and burial will be in Kingman Fraternal Cemetery.   --typed by Walt W

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review 10 Feb 1968 p 6

KINGMAN — The funeral of Cletus Ocheltree was held at the Woodrow Funeral Home. The service was given by Rev. Forrest Stickler of Attica. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Gordon Dillon. Pallbearers, who also helped with the flowers, were members of the IOOF of which Mr. Ocheltree had been secretary many years. They were Fay Beeson, Kermit Crum, Claude Alward, Harold Veach, Cecil Tunin and Munson McElwee. Burial was in the Fraternal Cemetery.   --typed by Walt W

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