The Lusk Herald
December 13, 1979
Mildred Mae Bringham
Mildred Mae Bringham, a native and lifelong resident of the Manville area, died last Wednesday at Niobrara Memorial Hospital after a brief illness.
She was 56.
The daughter of Paul and Eva Kittelman, she was born at the family farm east of Manville.
Mildred attended school in Manville, graduating in 1941.
She married Clarence Bringham in Lusk in 1943.
Mrs. Bringham is survived by three sons, Gerald of Casper, Gary of Evansville and Bobby of Mills; her parents, Paul and Eva Kittelman of Torrington; two sisters, Lily Hubbard of Casper and Clarabelle Leeling of Scottsbluff; two brothers, Alvin Kittelman of Great Falls and Art Kittelman of Brush, Colo.; and five grandchildren, Frank and Carolyn of Edgerton, Marnie and Cody of Evansville and Jessica of Mills.
She was preceded in death by her husband in June of this year, an infant son, Thomas, and two granddaughters.
The Rev. Frank Bozart officiated at Monday services at Peet Mortuary.
Music was provided by Minerva Watson, organist, and Joy Kaltenheuser, soloist. The songs were "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Nearer My God to Thee."
Burial was at Lusk cemetery.
Pallbearers were Paul and Ken Hubbard, Ron, Terry and Rick Leeling and Dan Kittelman.
Amanda Joanne Bringham (August 29, 1968 - August 29, 1968)Clarence Bringham (August 24, 1914 - June 10, 1979)Gary W. Bringham (December 26, 1945 - May 24, 1987)Ruby Anne Bringham (Date Unknown - 1970)Thomas Edward Bringham (July 8, 1951 - July 8, 1951)Clarence Hubbard (February 25, 1920 - November 16, 2004)Lily Alberta Hubbard (August 5, 1927 - May 16, 2012)Rita Rae Hubbard (February 5, 1949 - February 5, 2011)Eva Kittelman (December 30, 1900 - May 15, 1981)Paul Kittelman (April 10, 1900 - June 9, 1984)Emma Kittelmann (April 1, 1900 - January 30, 2006)Edith Matilda Krejci (February 9, 1906 - August 29, 1962)Henry A. Krejci (July 27, 1929 - June 30, 2009)James Henry Krejci (March 4, 1894 - April 30, 1988)
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