HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                         Thursday March 20, 1997

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FLOYD W. DEDMAN

SEASIDE, Ore. - Floyd W. Dedman, 75, of Warrenton, Ore. died in Seaside,

Sunday, March 9, 1997.

  A private service will be held at a later date. Interment is private.

  Dedman was born to Earl and Artie Maze Dedman, April 22, 1921, in Havre. He

was educated in Havre.

  On Aug. 12, 1941, he married Rosella Rossman in Cour d'Alene, Idaho. She died in 1994.

  During World War II, Dedman served in the U.S. Army. Following his discharge, he worked for Great Northern Railroad.

  He then worked as a meat cutter for Rainbow Meat Packing Co. in Great Falls.

He later became a phosphate miner in Drummond, before being forced to retire in 1967 due to a job-related injury. In the mid-1980's, the Dedmans moved to

Warrenton.

  Dedman and his wife were volunter drivers for many social services in

Astoria. Dedman also drove for neighbors in need. He enjoyed fishing.

  Surviving are three sons, Donald of Gig Harbor, Wash., John of Aztec, N.M.,

and Lloyd of Portland, Ore.; one daughter, Betty Jones of Deer Lodge; one

Brother, Herbert Dedman of Big Fork; a half brother, Tony Boucher of DeerLodge; a half sister, Norma Teske of Havre; sister-in-law, Betty and Bob Davey, Havre; aunt and uncle, Ruth and Norman Boucher, Havre; a niece, Jeanette Staples, Havre; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; five step

grand-children; four step great-grandchildren.

  One sister, Hazel Henderson died earlier.

  Hughes-Ransom Mortuary & Crematory is in charge of arrangements.

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The Sentinel                                                                                   Wednesday April 2, 1997

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FLOYD W. DEDMAN

  SEASIDE, Ore. - Floyd W. Dedman, 75, of Warrenton, Ore. died in Seaside,

Sunday, March 9, 1997.

  Dedman was born to Earl and Artie Maze Dedman, April 22, 1921, in Havre. He

was educated in Havre.

  On Aug. 12, 1941, he married Rosella Rossman in Cour d'Alene, Idaho. She died in 1994.

  During World War II, Dedman served in the U.S. Army. Following his discharge, he worked for Great Northern Railroad.

  Surviving are three sons, Donald of Gig Harbor, Wash., John of Aztec, N.M.,

and Lloyd of Portland, Ore.; one daughter, Betty Jones of Deer Lodge; one

Brother, Herbert Dedman of Big Fork; a half brother, Tony Boucher of DeerLodge; a half sister, Norma Teske of Havre; sister-in-law, Betty and Bob Davey, Havre; aunt and uncle, Ruth and Norman Boucher, Havre; a niece, Jeanette Staples, Havre; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; five step

grand-children; four step great-grandchildren.

  One sister, Hazel Henderson died earlier.

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