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Harold F. Bush (1962)

BUSH, MONAHAN, SMITH

Posted By: Pat Hochstetler
Date: 2/16/2021 at 09:47:28

The Red Oak Express
Red Oak, Iowa
Monday, May 14, 1962
Page 1, Column 1

Harold Bush Rites Today, VFW Official
Red Oak Plumber Former Member Park Commission

Funeral services for Harold F. Bush, 53, Red Oak plumber and department patriotic instructor for the VFW, were held here this afternoon at the United Presbyterian church.

A past post commander of the VFW here and a past seventh district commander, he died Thursday evening of a heart attack while seated in his pickup parked in the city square park where he had been working near the fountain. He was a member of the city plumbing board and former member of the city park commission.

The Rev. James E. Griffes officiated at the services and burial was in Evergreen cemetery here.

The son of Robert and Myrtle Bush, he was born June 29, 1908, at Winterset and was a World War II veteran. He was married in 1931 to Marie E. Smith, who survives. He had been a plumbing contractor here since 1937.

He was a member of the United Presbyterian church, VFW, American Legion, BPOE and the National Association of Plumbing Contractors. He was a past state treasurer of the Iowa Association of Plumbing Contractors and for several years has been a member of the American Legionís July 4 committee.

Surviving besides his wife are a sister, Mrs. Fern Monahan of Adaza, five brothers, George Armstrong of Macon, Mo., Eugene Bush of Macon, Mo., Leslie Bush of Macksburg, George Bush of Trail, Ore., and William Bush, Omaha.

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