|Obit:||Sunday, August 20, 1967|
End of the TrailNotices in this section are limited to names of those who have achieved pioneer status through many years in the North, or who are otherwise of unquestioned importance in the daily scene.
Surviving are the widow, a son, Leif, and a daughter, Mrs. Sigrid Bryant, all of Anchorage. Interment was in the Veteran's Cemetery in Roseburg,Ã‚Â [Nov1965]Mrs. Gladys J. Stiver, 51 died at her Anchorage home on August 10. A 25-year resident of Alaska, Mrs. Stiver founded and operated the Anchorage Welcome Service. As former executive director of the Alaska Heart Association, she traveled throughout 'the state. A lieutenant colonel in the Civil Air Patrol, Mrs. Stiver assisted her husband, the late Harry Stiver, former CAP Wing commander, in enlarging the CAP activities throughout Alaska. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. David Hardy of Anchorage. Funeral services were conducted at the First Presbyterian Church in Anchorage with burial in Forest Lawn.Ã‚Â [Nov1967]
Source: Alaska Sportsman, Nov 1967
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