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Livengood - Oscar

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review, October 20, 1964

Oscar Ray Livengood, 72-year-old retired farmer. was found dead in bed at his home on Branch Country Club Road Monday evening. Dr. Samuel C. Millis, county coroner, attributed death to natural causes and indicated it might have occurred a few hours before the body was discovered. Mr. Livengood had been expected to attend a Senior Citizen’s group meeting Monday evening and when missed by friends, according to the sheriff’s department, one of them, Mrs. Eva Surface, city, called at his home. She saw the body and called the nearest neighbor. Ralph Caldwell, who notified authorities. He had lived at his present home the last seven years and was employed at the Morris & Jack greenhouse on Country Club Road. Born north of Wallace, he was a son of Alfred and Elizabeth Miller Livengood. He was wed to Iva Conner in 1912. Mr. Livengood was a member of Mt. Zion Church. Three sons, Randel, Gareld and Arnold, all of Hillsboro rural route, and three grandchildren survive. A sister, Mrs. Minnie Young, is deceased. Two of the sons, Gareld and Arnold, are on a deer hunting trip in Wyoming. Efforts are being made through state police and sheriff’s officers in that state to contact them. The body was taken to the Crumley Funeral Home in Hillsboro, where arrangements are incomplete. – jlr

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