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EARLINE  TOLER   GARDNER
Obituary

 

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Earline  Toler  Gardner

Former Paris resident Earline
Toler Gardner, 81, of Monticello,
Illinois, died Nov. 2, 2002, in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Services were conducted Nov.
9 at Monticello United Methodist
Church, where she was a member.

The Revs. Jerry Reed and Russell
Smith officiated. Burial followed
in Monticello Township Cemetery.
Mackey-Wright Funeral Home in
Monticello handled arrangements.

Born April 2, 1921, in Schenectady,
N.Y., she was the daughter of
the late Claude C. and Bertha May
Bruce Toler.

She was married in Paris' on
March 21, 1946, to Guy W. Gardner,
who survives.


Mrs. Gardner graduated from
Grove High School. She worked
with the Department of Agriculture
in World War II inspecting food sent
overseas for the armed services.

She taught home economics
before marrying. After her marriage
she was a homemaker and was active
in several civic organizations.

She also leaves a son: Brooks
Gardner of Burbank, Calif; two
daughters: Dede Tudor of Nashville
and Gail Brown of Kenosha; and
seven grandchildren.

She also was preceded in death by
a son: Kim Gardner; and a brother:
Brooks Toler.

Memorials may be made to
Alzheimer's Disease and Related
Disorders Inc., 919 N. Michigan
Ave., Suite 1100, Chicago 60611.

 

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Reprinted  from the Paris Post-Intelligencer
Paris, Tennessee
December 3,  2002  Edition ~ Used by permission.

 

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