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Dewey County Obituary
Fountain Cemetery

Lee Fred Seifried

Birth: Oct. 5, 1899 - Death: Jun. 11, 1965

© Canton Funeral Home
Date unknown
Reprinted with permission
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

LEE FRED SEIFRIED - Funeral services for Lee Fred Seifried, 65, who died in an Okeene hospital Friday after a long illness, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Canton First Christian Church. Rev. Errol Stepp and Rev. Emil Felder officiated. Burial was in the Fountain Cemetery under the direction of the Canton Funeral Home.

Seifried was born in the Canton community, and lived and farmed there most of his life.

Survivors include the widow, Helen, of the home; one son, Troy, Canton; one daughter, Mrs. Emanuel Leis, Canton; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Nordquist, Eagle City, and Mrs. Viola Manderscheid, Hydro; five brothers, Bert, Chickasha, Andy, Canton, Henry, Canton, Ray, Pueblo and Jess, Crowley, Colorado; and four grandchildren.

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