George Legge Stiff
|Posted 2023-06-01 by Pat R|
|Wickenburg Sun (Wickenburg, Arizona)|
Friday, May 30, 1958, p. 1
George L. Stiff Rites On Tuesday
Dr. Charles S. Poling, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, will conduct
funeral services at 9:30 Tuesday morning, June 3, in the Wickenburg
Chapel for George L. Stiff, father of Mrs. Clinton Fox, who died May 27
at St. Luke's Hospital, Phoenix, after suffering a stroke which followed
an operation earlier in the month. Interment will be in the Wickenburg
Mr. Stiff, who resided at the Lazy Fox Ranch, was born September 15,
1877, in Bloomington, Md. In 1904 he married Daisy Thompson of Brillian,
O., and moved to Mingo Junction, O., where he operated a grocery. Later
he worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad until he moved to Orange,
Calif., in 1923. Upon his retirement in 1949 from the H. O. Ehlen
Plumbing Co., he and Mrs. Stiff moved to Yucca Valley, Calif. In
November, 1954, he and Mrs. Stiff observed their 50th wedding
anniversary. They moved to Wickenburg in 1954.
He had long been active in the Presbyterian Church as an elder and a
member of the church choir.
Surviving are the widow; a daughter, Mrs. Clinton E. Fox of Wickenburg;
a grandson, Ross Edwin Fox, also of Wickenburg; and a brother, William
K. Stiff of Steubenville, O.
Instead of sending flowers to the services, the family requests that a
flower credit be established at Siekman's Flower Shop for use by the
Presbyterian Church at a later date.
Pallbearers will be John Moore, Wesley Sizemore, W. D. Simpson, Vern
Sien, R. Wilson Brown and A. T. Lawson, all elders of the Presbyterian
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