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_Thomas LABRUM _________+ _Thomas George LABRUM _| | |_Elizabeth GEORGE ______ _Ray George LABRUM _| | | _Joseph Hollings GOUGH _ | |_Susannah Nora GOUGH __| | |_Sarah WALKER __________ | |--Edgar LABRUM | | ________________________ | _John HARRISON ________| | | |________________________ |_Alice HARRISON ____| | ________________________ |_Margaret Ann VEST ____| |________________________
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Edgar Labrum, 92, of Vernal, formerly of Roosevelt, died August 30, 2000 while enroute to a Salt Lake City hospital following a ruptured aneurysm.
He was born Jan. 20, 1908 in Deep Creek, Uintah County to Ray G. and Alice Harrison Labrum.
He married Veda Murray, August 29, 1932. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Veda died Nov. 16, 1980.
He married Thressa Hern in November of 1992.
Ed was co-owner of The Center Service Station and the Chevrolet & Pontiac dealership in Roosevelt for 41 years. Ed retired in 1972 at which time he and Veda served a mission for the LDS Church, in California. During World War II, as a civilian, he went to work at Fort Douglas as a mechanic to help in the war effort. He has resided the last 9 years in Vernal.
He is survived by his wife, Thressa, a daughter, JoAnn (Elvin) Bastian, of Neola; and a son, Ray (Priscilla) Labrum of Vernal; 10 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren, a brother, Lynn (Miriam) Labrum, Roosevelt; and a sister, Essie Lambert, Woods Cross.
He was preceded in death by brothers, Lloyd Labrum, Morrell Labrum, Verlen Von Labrum, Clem Labrum, Kenneth Labrum and one sister, Florence Labrum Adams, who all lived in Roosevelt.
Funeral services were held Monday, Sept. 4, at the Roosevelt LDS 5th Ward Chapel with Bishop John Hullinger conducting.
Larry Labrum offered the family prayer with prelude and postlude music played by Korinne Hullinger.
Bob Labrum gave the invocation. The obituary was read by Bishop Hullinger.
Speakers were Craig Crumbo Labrum and President David Labrum.
Dorothy Luck, accompanied by Laraine Mobley, sang "Beyond The Sunset," and "Goin' Home."
Boyd Russell gave the benediction and Bill Labrum dedicated the grave.
Pallbearers were Destry Labrum, Brent Bastian, Scott Labrum, Kent Bastian, Don Bastian and Gordon Bastian.
Interment was in the Roosevelt Memorial Park. Burial was in the Roosevelt Memorial Park under direction of the Hullinger Mortuary.