(Date Unknown - May 9, 1933)
The Lusk Herald
May 11, 1933
Mrs. Ed Demmon Dies Suddenly in Colorado
Lusk relatives received word on Tuesday of the death of Mrs. Ed Demmon at her home in Boulder, Colo. Mr. Demmon, who is a former resident of Lusk, is a brother of Mrs. George Saffell and Mrs. Hope Montague. Mrs. Demmon's death was very sudden and came as a shock to her relatives.
Lusk Free Lance
May 11, 1933
Sister-In-Law of Mrs. George Saffell Dies at Boulder Tuesday
Word was received here Tuesday evening, telling of the death of Mrs. Edward Demmon, at her home in Boulder, Colo., at 11:15 that morning. Mrs. Demmon had been suffering a lingering illness for several years and had never fully recovered from an operation undergone three years ago. She was about 53 years of age.
Mrs. Demmon is a sister-in-law of Mrs. George Saffell and Mrs. Hope Montague of this city. She had visited relatives here a number of times but had not been in this city since about ten years ago. Mrs. Saffell was with her three years ago when she received surgical treatment.
Funeral arrangements had not been completed according to the message, but will probably be held today or tomorrow from the family home. Burial will be in Boulder cemetery.
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