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Ms. Marion A. Cedar age 97, Casey County, KY (1916-2014)

She was a homemaker. As a child, she survived the Spanish Flu. As a teenager, she went through the Great Dust Bowl on her parent's prairie homestead in the 1930's. Later in life, she was able to travel much of the world. She was among the 1st American tourists to visit Red China after President Nixon's visit in 1972. As one of Jehovah's witnesses since 1934, she was active in door to door ministry until last week.
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Ms. Marion A. Cedar, age 97, passed away Thursday, July 17, 2014 at the Casey County Hospital, Liberty, KY.

Cremation rites will be honored by McKinney-Brown Funeral Home, 725 Campbellsville Street, Liberty, Kentucky. Memorial services for Ms. Marion A. Cedar will be held at a later date.


Ms. Marion A. Cedar age 97, Casey County, KY (1916-2014)


Born October 16, 1916 in Flint, Genesee County, Michigan. She was the daughter of the late Floyd and Lottie Cobb Walterhouse. She died Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Liberty, Casey County, KY, at the age of 97 years, months, and one day.

She was a homemaker. As a child, she survived the Spanish Flu. As a teenager, she went through the Great Dust Bowl on her parent's prairie homestead in the 1930's. Later in life, she was able to travel much of the world. She was among the 1st American tourists to visit Red China after President Nixon's visit in 1972. As one of Jehovah's witnesses since 1934, she was active in door to door ministry until last week.

She is survived by the following:
  • Two sons: Norman (and Rosemary) Larson of Liberty. KY; and Ronald (and Virginia) Larson of New Zealand

  • Grandchildren: Tina Larson (and Guy) Huenecke of Frankfort, KY; Eric (and Jamie) Larson of Liberty, KY; Sherry Larson (and Vernon) James of Danville, KY; Cindy Larson of California, and Laurence Larson of New Zealand

  • And great-grandchildren: Lee (and Britney) Larson of Liberty and Eric Huenecke of Frankfort, KY
Send a condolence to the family of Ms. Marion A. Cedar

Arrangements entrusted to McKinney-Brown Funeral Home, 752 Campbellsville Street, Liberty, KY.


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