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Obituaries - E. Kenneth WORTHINGTON

Macomb Daily Journal, Thurs., December 22, 1977 - Roseville Resident Dies In Monmouth
Who: E. Kenneth Worthington, 53 of R.R. 1, Roseville. Died: 8:15 a. m. Wednesday at Monmouth Hospital. Funeral: 10 a.m. Saturday at Sargent's Funeral Home in Macomb, Rev. Richard Huckins will officiate. Burial: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, military rites will be conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Born: March 31, 1924, near Bushnell. Parents: John W. and Mable Cross Worthington. History: resided in the Good Hope and Bushnell areas, veteran of World War II, having served overseas for two years, farmer, members of Monmouth VFW and Elks, Bushnell 100F, Roseville American Legion, and Center United Methodist Church. Married: Sept. 26, 1946, to Mary Watt; she survives. Survived by: widow; five daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Nancy) Huston of Roseville, Mrs. Robert (Hope) Huston of Avon, Mrs. Mitchell (Susan) John of Macomb, Miss Tracey Worthington and Miss Kendra Worthington, at home; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; four brothers, Keith and Frank of Roseville, Lyle of Little York and John of Spokane, Wash., and eight sisters, Mrs. Don (Lucille) Hagmeister of Harvard, Neb., Mrs. Wilburt (Bernice) Sutton of North Highlands, Calif., Mrs. Wayne (Fern) Woodworth and Mrs. Lewis (Bernadine) Bankes of Macomb, Mrs. Lodema Fawcett of Bartonville, Mrs. Mervin (Joyce) Brewer of Abingdon, Mrs. Marion (Shirley) Simmons of Roseville, and Mrs. Linda Luper of Springfield.

Contributed by Eileen Harper Worthington