DEATH: Deseret News Obituary, 10-08-51
BAPTISM, ENDOWMENT: iNTERNET IGI.
OBITUARY: S.L. SOCIAL, BUSINESS LEADER DIES
George H. Llewelly, 58, prominent Salt Lake City salesman and social leader, died Sunday night at 11:55 p.m. following a lingering illness.
A lover of sports of all kinds, Mr. Llewellyln was president of the Capitol Bowling League for 15 years. He also was a member of the Antelope Island No. 3, Salt Lake City branch, Intermountain Footprinters Association. His inerest also carried through into Boy Scout work.
One of the first organizers of the Salt Lake Trolley League, he became their first president. This league was the first amateur baseball association in the mountain west and one of the first in the country. He was also the organizer and first promoter of the now famous Elks Boxing Tournament.
He was a past exalted ruler, Lodge No. 85, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and past district deputy grand exalted ruler for Utah, of the Elks.
He was an elder in the Harvard Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Mr. Llewellyn, who had made his home at 263 Williams Ave., had been a Salesman with the Arthur Frank Company for the past 30 years.
Born Aug 3, 1893, in Salt Lake City, he was a son of H. E. and Margaret Evan Llewellyn. He married Harriet Haslam Nov. 1913, in Salt Lake City.
Survivors include his two daughers, Mrs. A. Wayne (June) Hallstrom and Mrs. L. Eugene (Carol) Stapley, both of Salt Lake City, and seven grandchildren. Oct. 8, 1951. Deseret News.
OBITUARY: Mr. George H. Llewelly, 58, prominent business man and director of the Cambrian Association, died on October 7 at his home in Salt Lake City, following a somewhat protracted illness. He was past exalted ruler of the Benevolent and protective Order of Elks, Salt Lake Lodge No. 85. He had sereved as president of the Salt Lake Executive Culbs and was a member of the Antelope Island Chapter No. 3, International Footprint Associaton.
He was also identified with a number of other fraternal and civic organizations. Following an early career in the newspaper and advertising work, he became associated with the Arthur Frank Clothing firm in 1921 and remained with this firm for upwards of 30 years.
His father, a native of Aberdare, South Wales, was for years a member of the Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir and was also a member of Caradoc's Choir in his native land, which in the early 1870,s won first prize in a grand choral contest at the Crystal Palace in London. The mother, Annie Phillips, came to Utah from Merthyr Tydfil. The father, whil a young man, worked alongside Gwilym Gwent, Welsh composer and auther of the glee, "Yr Hal" ("The Summer:). ["Y Drych"]
Funeral services were held on October 11 under the ausices of the L.D.S. Harvard Ecclesiastical Ward, with internment in the City Cemetery where members of the Elk's Lodge conducted burial services. Survivors include his widow, Harriet Haslam, whom he married on Nov 19, 1913; two daughers and seven grandhcildren, three brothers and six sisters. Jan 15, 1952.
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