The Lusk Herald
June 18, 1953
Last Rites Held Friday, Mrs. Cora Doman McNutt
Concluding rites were held in the chapel of the Peet Mortuary June 12 at 2:30 p.m. for Mrs. Cora Doman McNutt, who died at the Spencer hospital Wednesday, June 10 at 10 a.m. following an extended illness.
The Rev. Grace Flint, pastor of the Open Bible Standard Church, officiated at the funeral services. Mrs. A.F. DeCastro and Mrs. Emerson Bonner formed a duet to sing, "I Won't Have to Cross Jordan Alone," and "The Old Rugged Cross." Mrs. J.P. Watson presided at the chapel organ.
Burial was made In the Lusk cemetery with the following serving as pallbearers: L.J. Bass, Eddie marks, Abdon DeCastro, Harry Vickery, Roscoe Kilmer, and Harry Fernau.
Cora Snyder was born August 8, 1877 in Clarksburg, W. Va. When a small child, she came to central Nebraska with her family, and grew to womanhood near Anselmo, Nebr.
On her twentieth birthday, August 8, 1897, Cora Snyder was married to William S. Doman. They were the parents of six children, one of which died in childhood.
Mrs. Doman came to Niobrara County in 1911 and settled on a homestead in the Node area. In 1917, she moved to Lusk, where she made her home until four years ago. She married Rolland James McNutt four years ago and they made their home In Midland, Mich.
Several months ago, Mrs. McNutt became ill and at that time returned to Lusk. Mrs. McNutt was a charter member of the Open Bible Standard Church of Lusk and a member of the Church of God in Mldland, Mich.
Survivors include: her five children, Ralph Doman, Denver; Ray Doman, Casper; Mrs. Gay Simon, Lusk; Mrs. Lila Ritchie, Cheyenne; and Lawrence Doman, Lusk; brothers and sisters, O.N. Robinson, Arnold, Nebr.; Irvin Robinson, Flamath, Ore.; Ressie Cobet, Corvallis, Oreg.; and Verna Gladson, Desmitb, Ida.; grandchildren Laverne Fancher, Seattle; Doris Williams, Birmingham, Ala.; Dick and Darlene Ritchie, Cheyenne; Russell Simon and Larry Doman, Lusk; great grandchildren, Bruce, Steven and Cathy Gay Fancher, Seattle; Vicky Lynn Williams, Birmingham, Ala.
Out-of-town relatives who were In Lusk for the funeral services include: Mr. and Mrs. 0.N. Robinson, Arnold, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robinson and two sons, Arnold, Nebr.; Arthur Doman, Rapid City, S.D.; Mr and Mrs. Floyd Fancher, Bruce, Steven and Cathy Gay, Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. William Ritchie, Dick and Darlene, Cheyenne; Ralph Doman, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doman, Casper.
Lawrence W. Doman (November 2, 1919 - March 14, 1968)Ralph Valentine Doman (February 14, 1898 - April 16, 1955)Raymond Earl Doman (September 23, 1900 - June 7, 1959)William Sherman Doman (December 8, 1869 - October 21, 1939)Elaine Hill (September 9, 1923 - March 19, 2003)Joseph R. Hill (April 30, 1919 - April 27, 1994)Floyd Francis Simon (May 30, 1897 - November 23, 1983)Marie Gay Simon (April 26, 1903 - September 6, 1965)
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