Power County Press
American Falls, Idaho
Feb. 13, 1969
Final Rites Held In Rockland For Ray Haskell
Mr. Raymond L. Haskell, 77, Rockland, passed away at Power County Hospital Feb. 4, following a brief illness.
He was born Feb. 10, 1891 at Newton, Utah, a son of James Elijah and Elizabeth Rosabelle Curtis Haskell. He attended schools in Utah until age 15, then the family moved to Sublett where he finished his schooling.
He married Sarah Horn on Nov. 5, 1913 at the Logan LDS Temple. They lived at Sublett until 1929 when they moved to Rockland, where he farmed until retirement. Mrs. Haskell passed away in 1967.
His hobbies were fishing and hunting. He also enjoyed baseball, and was on the baseball team which travelled to Utah and other neighboring states for games.
Survivors include five sons, Alvin and Daniel, Rockland, George, Ivan and Carl, American Falls; four daughters, Mrs. Lloyd (Erma) Moss, Jackson, Wyoming; Mrs. Gilbert (Ada) Wansgard, Huntsville, Utah; Mrs. Edward (Lucille) Porath, American Falls; and Mrs. Theron (Lola) Stokes, Rexburg; 32 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren; two brothers, David E. Haskell, Rupert, and Irvin Haskell, Salt Lake City; one sister, Mary Elizabeth Peterson, Downey, Calif.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. from the Rockland LDS Chapel with Bishop Melvin Munk officiating. Burial was in Valleyview Cemetery, Rockland.
Casket bearers were Norman Moss, Eugene Kress, V.C. Ralphs, Gene Nelson, Charles Barnard and Jay Ralphs. Ushers were High Priests Quorum.