Gustav Gross Jr.
(1904 - 1984)
PUEBLO, Colo. — Graveside services for Gustav A. Gross, 80, of Pueblo, Colo., and formerly of Ola, who died on Wedneday, July 18, 1984, at home of natural causes, will be held 10 a.m. on Friday. Aug. 3, at the Emmett, Idaho Cemetery. Rev. Harry L. Granger of the First Baptist Church of Emmett will officiate. Cremation was under direction the Adrian Corner Funeral Home of Pueblo.
Mr. Gross was born on Jan. 28, 1904, at Gross, Idaho, to Gustav and Rebecca A. Gross. He married Mammie E. Hinkley on Dec. 3, 1932, at Vale, Ore. They owned and operated a ranch at Ola for several years. They were the parents of six children. He later married Elizabeth A. Anderson on May 31, 1955, at El Paso, Texas, where he was a carpenter. They moved to Pueblo in 1965 where he had since resided.
Survivors incude his wife,
Betty Of Pueblo; four daughters,
Darlene Stang of Montara, Calif.,
Betty Miles of Meridian, Virginia Smith
of Cheyenne, Wyo., and
Lila Boyd of Belfair, Wash.; two sons, Floyd of Indianapolis, Ind.,
and Harold of Fruitland; two
brothers, Frank of New Plymouth
and Orvid of Cardwell; two sisters, Janie Kimball and Hester
Woody, both of Emmett; 16
grandcildren; eight great grandchildren; and several nieces and
nephews. He was preceded in
death by his parents and a sister, Josey.
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