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Walter Ross Skelton
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Walter Ross Skelton was born to Grover and Sadie Skelton, March 29, 1910 at Trail, Oklahoma. He passed away June 15, 1988 at White Salmon, Washington following a long illness.
Ross attended the schools of Sunshine, Trail and Camargo.
He was married to Elizabeth Amanda Allen in 1931. They were the parents of a son and a daughter.
Preceeding him in death were his parents and a brother, Joe.
Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth of the home; his son, Bill of Modesto, California; his daughter, Bonnie Day of Camargo; two sisters, Dorothy Combs of Elk City; and Betty Kauk of Leedey; two brothers, Fred of Haskell; and Carl of Leedey; a sister-in-law, Lila Skelton of Leedey; and five grandchildren; as well as numerous friends.
Graveside rites were conducted Saturday, June 18, 1988 at 11:00 a.m. at the West Klickitat District 01 Cemetery in White Salmon.


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