|Bragg, Clyde, 60|
Died 15 December 1969; Buried in Blair Cemetery
Sgt US Army WWII
Published in Enterprise on 18 December 1969
FUNERAL FOR CLYDE BRAGG, 60, WILL BE TODAY
Funeral services will be held this afternoon for Clyde Bragg, well known Blair man, who died at his home at 824 North 15th Street, Monday noon. He had been in failing health for a number of months.
He was born in Ava, Missouri, September 23, 1919 and the family had lived in Blair since 1956.
By trade he was a railroad man, working for the Union Pacific in the shops as a carman.
He is survived by his wife, Maxine, and by two sons, Leon, of Racine, Wisconsin and Douglas of Waterloo, Iowa. There is also one granddaughter.
There are three brothers. Sherman Bragg lives at Sanger, California; Pete Bragg at Maryville, Missouri; and Jess, of Burlington Junction, Missouri. Two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Schaffer and Mrs. Mary Jones also live at Burlington Junction. Another sister, Mrs. Annia Winters, resides at La Marque, Texas.
Funeral services are being held at the First Baptist Church this afternoon with the Rev. John Bauserman conducting the service. Burial, under the direction of the Bendorf Funeral Home, will be made in the Blair Cemetery.
Pallbearers are Roy Brown, Wilbur Herron, Charles Wrich, Lee Glenn, Glen Diggs and Kenneth Dunlap.
~~~ Obituary courtesy of the Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair Public Library at Blair, Nebraska.~~~