Claude William Hamon © Cheyenne Star 01 May 2008 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Claude William Hamon, 77, passed away March 15, 2008, in Sacramento, California, as a result of a fall from a ladder.
He was born August 30, 1930, at Reydon, Oklahoma, the fifth child of Earl and Mable Burns Hamon.
He graduated from Reydon High School, and then served three years in the Army during the Korean War.
Claude and Joyce Johnson were married May 20, 1953, in Longview, Washington.
He was loved and accepted as a son and brother by the Johnson family.
He worked for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management as a Cadastral Surveyor. He surveyed in many western states before becoming supervisor of land surveyors for the state of California. He was retired from BLM.
He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Joyce; two sons and their wives, Jim and Peggy Hamon; and Bob and Melanie Hamon; and two granddaughters, Traci and Sarah, all of Galt, California. He also is survived by brothers, Oscar and Glen "Sonny"; sisters, Bessie, Juanita and Wanda; and numerous nephews and nieces.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Earlene and Ina Marie; and one brother, Kenneth.
Cremated remains will be buried May 10, 2008, at Bunker Hill Cemetery, Longview, Washington.
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