The Lusk Herald
September 17, 1953
Brother of Mrs. C. E. Scace Dies of Attack
F. A. Mahood of Denver, brother of Mrs. C. E. Scace of Lusk, died from the effects of a heart attack Sept. 10 while visiting relatives at Columbus, Neb., his boyhood home.
He suffered the attack several days prior to his death at a hospital in Columbus. Mr. Mahood was 69 years old.
The body was sent to Denver where funeral services were conducted Monday from the First Baptist Church with interment in the Fairmont cemetery. He is survived by three daughters and six sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Scace drove to Denver Saturday and returned to Lusk Tuesday evening.
Charles Henry McGinnis (October 20, 1898 - December 3, 1969)Barbara Petz (June 23, 1852 - December 24, 1943)Henry Petz (September 23, 1876 - October 14, 1958)Barbara Lucille Rees (August 10, 1929 - September 27, 1982)Charles Edward Scace (June 6, 1883 - January 31, 1955)Charles Edward Scace (1924 - September 7, 2004)Mary Elizabeth Scace (April 18, 1889 - July 31, 1976)Stephen Birch Scace (November 6, 1838 - December 2, 1915)Joy Shade (January 28, 1918 - August 16, 1974)Edward Sucha (Date Unknown - March 18, 1949)
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