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Submitted: 12/21/19 • Approved: 12/22/19 • Last Updated: 12/25/19 • R823997-G823996-S3
7 Jul 1923 Blockton, Taylor County, Iowa
2 Feb 2000 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Silas Leonard Pullen (1890-1975)
Florence Murl Wheeler (1892-1978)
Albert Jacob Inman Married: February 4, 1953
DAILY DEMOCRAT, Clinton, MO, February 10, 2000..
Arlene Clare Inman, 76, of Clinton, was born in Blockton, Iowa, to Silas and Florence Pullen on July 7, 1923. She died Wednesday, February 2, 2000, at Research Medical Center, Kansas City.
She was baptized at an early age and later joined the Methodist Church. She attended grade school in the Blockton areqa and high school in Clarinda, Iowa, from which she graduated in 1941. She later graduated from Clarinda Junior College with a degree in nursing in 1963.
She was united in marriage to Albert Jacob Inman on February 4, 1953, and to this union a son, Harry Ford Inman was born. She lived a life of sincere care for others.
She was director of nursing for three years at a nursing home in Wausa, Nebraska. She then became the administrator of a 151-bed nursing home in Nebraska City, Nebraska, for five years.
In 1974, they built their own nursing home in Nebraska City and they sold it in 1978 and moved to Clinton where they purchased the Vagabond Motel and operated it for 15 years.
After retirement, they moved to their acreage east of Clinton where he raised registered quarter horses and mules and she enjoyed raising and caring for the animals.
She always enjoyed her two sons and her grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband Albert, of the home; and sons, Gary (Patricia) Hopper of Clarinda, Iowa and Harry Ford (Joane) Inman of Boulder Creek, CA; and three grandsons, Brian Hopper, Timothy Hopper and Josh Inman McCraty; one brother, Elmer (Joan) Pullen of Clinton; two sisters-in-law, Louise Inman of Marieville and Mary Pullen of Republic.
Funeral services were held at the Clearmont United Church, Clearmont, on Saturday, February 5. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery in Clearmont.
Contributed on 12/21/19 by tpinman
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