|Posted 2023-06-02 by Pat R|
|Wickenburg Sun (Wickenburg, Arizona)|
Friday, May 30, 1958, p. 1
Funeral Thursday For Frank Kindle
Funeral services for Frank Kindle were scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at
the Wickenburg Chapel with the Rev. R. O. Sullivan, pastor of the
Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was to follow in the Wickenburg
Cemetery. Mr. Kindle died suddenly of a heart attack at approximately
10:30 a.m. Monday at his ranch home on the Constellation Road.
Mr. Kindle was born March 17, 1878, in Anderson, Ind., where he resided
until he moved to Wickenburg in 1941. Prior to moving, he spent nine
annual vacations here. In Indiana Mr. Kindle taught music, farmed and
raised cattle. Upon coming to this community, he purchased a ranch 4 1/2
miles out on the Constellation Road where he also taught music and
raised cattle. His specialty was stringed instruments and his orchestra
of youngsters was in demand for civic functions. He had been a Scout
leader for many years which, together with his music instruction, kept
him working with youth most of his life.
At the time of his sudden death, a moving van was in the process of
moving his household effects from the ranch, which he recently sold to
Mr. & Mrs. Harold C. Heine of Elmhurst, Ill., to the home 4 1/2 miles
east on the Phoenix Highway which he had just purchased from Mr. & Mrs.
Leonard Wonder of Seattle, Wash.
The widow is the only immediate survivor. There were no children and he
had no living brothers or sisters.
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