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Edward Doyle Spitzer
© Cheyenne Star
22 Apr 1999
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Edward Doyle Spitzer was born August 11, 1923 to Charlie Robert Spitzer and Ella Jane Tucker Spitzer of Elk City, Oklahoma at Rose Hill Community. He passed away April 3, 1999 at Roseville, California.
He attended school at Rose Hill, a one room school and at Cheyenne School.
During World War II, he worked in Defense Plants, the Navy Ship Yard, in Long Beach, California where he traveled two hours on street cars to get to work. {Gas was rationed}.
He also worked at Reynolds Alumimum Co. "Alcoa" at Phoenix, Arizona.
On February 14, 1942 he married Goldie Irene Montgomery of the Rose Hill and Needmore communities. She preceded him in death exactly 10 years earlier.
To this union two children were born, Monte Steven Spitzer, who also preceded him in death; and Mary Ella Saper of Fair Oaks, California; three grandchildren; four great grandchildren; one brother, Robert Spitzer of Sayre, Oklahoma; two sisters, Irene Patterson of Los Animos, Colorado; and Dorothy Guymon of Cartwright, Oklahoma; many friends and relatives who will remember him as a true friend and a wonderful person.
He will be greatly missed by all.
Burial in Roseville Public Cemetery District, Roseville, California.

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