Arnold L. Sanve © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Arnold L. Sanve died in Florida January 31, 1956.
He had gone to Florida to spend the winter recuperating from a heart ailment.
Mr. Sanve was born January 1, 1901 in Chicago, Illinois.
He came to Roger Mills County in 1903 with his parents, where he grew to manhood near Grimes.
He lived in Denver, Colorado for several years, also worked with heavy equipment in Alaska and Canada before moving to Bensenville, Illinois where he has made his home the past six years.
He is survived by his wife of Bensenville; one son, Warren A. Sanve, also of Bensenville; two daughters, Mrs. Letha Roark of El Paso, Texas; and Mrs. Darlene Brigham; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Iverson Sanve, 1323 W. 2nd, Elk City, Oklahoma; two sisters, Mrs. Mayo Cox of Grimes, Oklahoma; and Mrs. J. P. Casady of Greeley, Colorado; two brothers, Herbert M. Sanve of Grimes; and Edwin L. Sanve of Agana, Guam; four stepsons, Eugene, Raymond, Richard and Jimmy Morrison; as well as numerous friends.
His father, Carl Knudsen and one brother preceded him in death.
Interment will be in Bensenville.
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