Ralph Henry Rexroth
Ralph Henry Rexroth was drowned on May 31, when he lost his footing while working on a bridge, falling into the Big Horn River and drowning. The body was not recovered until a week after the accident.
Services were held Sunday, June 10, at Jireh Cemetery, with Rev. Carlton of Lost springs officiating, in the presence of about 300 friends and relatives.
The Midwest Funeral Parlors had charge of funeral arrangements.
Ralph Henry Rexroth was born at Fremont, Neb., December 25, 1898. He came to Wyoming with his parents in 1906 and has been a resident of this state since that time, most of the years having been spent near Jireh.
He was baptized and taken into the Christian church at Jireh several years ago and retained his membership at the time of his passing.
He was a young man of pleasant disposition and clean character, and was beloved by all who knew him.
He leaves to mourn his passing his mother, father and brother, Delph, of Fremont, Neb.; one sister, Mrs. Dan Mundy of North Bend, Neb.; a brother, Otto, of San Bernadino, Cal., besides other relatives.
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