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Floyd Blakesley
The Daily Leader
April 24, 1980
Submitted by: Debby Cook

Services for Floyd Blakesley, 57, of 100 N.E. 14, who died Friday, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Mulhall Christian Church under direction of Guardian Funeral Home.
Burial will be in Mulhall Cemetery.
Born at Mulhall, Blakesley moved to the city in 1940. He worked as a painting contracter and was a member of the Christian Church.
Survivors include his wife, Margaret, of the home; two stepsons, V. Shackelford, with the armed forces in Puerto Rico, and Richard Dean Shackelford, Jacksonville, Fla., his mother, Mrs. Alice Blakesley, Mulhall; three brothers, James T., Altadena, Calif., John R., Pomona, Calif., and George W., Mulhall., and three sisters, Mrs. Lillie M. Ellis, Mulhall; Mrs. Delilah Beesley, Mulhall, and Mrs. Eva DeWitt, Baldwin Park Calif.

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