Stanley Miles Veteran WWII HUNTSMAN

Hopkins Cemetery
Nodaway County,

Sep. 8, 1923
Mar. 4, 1985
William Dow Huntsman (1893 - 1974)
Lavinna Graybill Huntsman (1890 - 1965)
Helen Edna Spargur Huntsman (1913 - 1983)
Dorotha Faye Utter Poore (1923 - 2014)

Bedford Times-Press, Thursday, March 7, 1985
Bedford man dies from shotgun blast
Stanley M. Huntsman, 62, of Bedford died early Monday morning of apparent self-inflicted shotgun wounds.
Bedford Police Chief Kent Hoskins indicated that the incident occurred about 1 a.m. Monday morning in Huntsman's apartment, which is an upstairs apartment in the 300 block of downtown Bedford.
Huntsman apparently died of head wounds from a 12-gauge shotgun, according to the police chief.
The police report indicated that the incident occurred after the Bedford man had returned from Redding. During the automobile trip from Redding to Bedford, Huntsman reportedly struck Helen Krum of Bedford in the head with a bottle, according to police. She was not hospitalized but did require medical attention.
Services for Huntsman were held Wednesday, and burial was at the Hopkins Cemetery in Hopkins, Mo.

Clarinda Herald Journal, Thursday, March 14, 1985
Services for Stanley Huntsman March 6
Services for Stanley M. Huntsman, 61, were held March 6 at Shum-Novinger Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Carl Cummings. Military honors were conducted by Gravity American Legion. Interment was at Hopkins Cemetery, Hopkins, Mo. Mr. Huntsman died March 4, 1985 at his home in Bedford.
Stanley Miles Huntsman, son of Dow Huntsman and Lavinnie Graybill Huntsman, was born in Hopkins, Missouri September 8, 1923. He grew to maturity in the Gravity, Iowa area where he attended the public school.
Stanley was united in marriage to Dorotha Utter and they resided in Gravity. Two children were born to them: Wayne and Linda; two sons, Dan and Darian were born to the union of Stanley and Helen Robinson.
He engaged in farming and construction work. During his life time he had lived in Gravity, Clarinda, Shelby and Bedford, where he resided at the time of his death.
Preceding him in death were his parents; a brother Harry Byrd and his wife Helen Wallace Huntsman.
Surviving him are his children: Wayne and his wife Carol Huntsman of Jefferson, South Dakota; daughter, Linda and her husband Steve Bailie of Minneapolis, Minnesota; sons Dan and Darian of Shelby, Iowa; grandchildren, Patty and her husband Joe Rarrat; Curt; Aaron and Stephane; sisters, Louise and her husband Kenneth Holland of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Mildred Neller of St. Helena, California; other relatives and friends.
He was in the U. S. Navy during World War II and was a member of Taylor Lodge No. 156, A. F. & A. M.
He will be missed by all those who knew him

Contributed on 11/16/16

Record #: 800524

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Submitted: 11/16/16 • Approved: 11/16/16 • Last Updated: 11/16/16 • R800524-G0

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