HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                            October 16, 1987

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  ROBERT HARRY FELTON                         

 

   LANGLEY, Wash. - Robert Harry Felton, 76, died at his home in  Langley Oct. 8.       

   Memorial services were held Monday morning at the First United Methodist Church with Rev.

Rand O'Donnell officiating.           

   Entombment was in Evergreen-Wahelli Mausoleum.          

   Mr. Felton was born Sept. 4, 1911, in Portland, Ore., and had lived in Montana and Seattle

 many years before moving to Langley in 1985.       

  He had worked for the Blaine County, Mont., road department, 1930-1940. He later worked

as a train dispatcher many years for the Great Northern Railway. He retired in  1976.    

  He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Langley  and the Lake City Elks.     

  Survivors include three siters, Harriet Butler of Sterling, Va., Carol Hurless of Portland, Maggie

Leger of Portland; a son, Gene Felton of Freeland, Wash.; six brothers, Buster Felton of Chinook,

 Mont., Tom Felton of Port Angeles, Wash., Raymond Felton of Big Timber, Mont., Don Felton of

Hamilton, Mont., Jack Felton of Chinook, Mont. and Edward Felton of Boise, Idaho; a sister,

Caroline Morton of Bigfork, Mont.; seven grandchildren;  two great-grandchildren; and many

nieces and nephews.

   Memorials may be sent to the First United Methodist Church of Langley.

   Hedgcock-Visser Funeral Home of Langley was in charge of arrangements.

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