Senum, Earl (1918-1986)

Earl Senum, 68

Thief River Falls — Funeral ser-
vices were held today (Wednesday) at
10:30 a.m. at the Evangelical Free
church for Earl Senum, 68, who died
Saturday at Northwest Medical
center. Interment was in Bethlehem
cemetery, rural Thief River Falls,
with the Green Funeral home in
charge of arrangements.
Rev. Curtis Anderson officiated at
the service, with Caroline Trontvet
serving as organist. Songs were "How
Great Thou Art" and "What A Friend
We Have In Jesus."
Serving as pallbearers were Paul
Johnson, John Wengeler, Evan Arm-
strong, Walton (Bud) Evenson,
Palmer Ramsey, and Eugene Burslie.
Earl Senum was born June 22, 1918,
in Silverton Township, Pennington
county, to George and Jennie Holm-
strom Senum. He became a resident
of Johnson's Riverside boarding home
Oct. 28, 1968, and resided there until
his death. He was employed at the
Occupational Development center
until retirement. He later attended the
Falls Day activity center on a part-
time basis until his death.
Survivors include his mother,
Jennie Newton, Thief River Falls; two
brother[sic], Andrew Senum, Thief River
Falls, and Lawrence Senum, Ken-
nedy; four sisters, Violet Ranum,
Grand Forks, ND, Evelyn Manderud
and Lorraine Hendrickson of St. Paul,
and Delores Anderson, Ventura, CA:
one half-sister, Laura Walker,
California; 15 nieces and 12 nephews.
He was preceded in death by his
father; a half-brother, Edward
Senum; and half-sister, Caroline
Mason.

Scanned by: Cheryl Srnsky
Transcribed by: W Saewyc