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Eldon Boldt

TO    All Staff Members

FROM:    D. R. Walton, Director of Personnel

DATE:    October 9, 1972

Mr. Eldon Boldt, groundsman, died at his home Saturday, October 7, 1972.

Mr. Boldt farmed from 1940 to 1956 in the Traer area.  From 1956 to 1961, he was foreman of laborers at Platt's Nursery.  Mr. Boldt joined the staff at the University of Northern Iowa in April 1961 as a crewman.  In 1967 he was transferred to the Grounds Crew, where his duties involved campus deliveries.

The Overton Funeral Home, Traer, Iowa, is in charge of the funeral arrangements.  Services will take place at 10:00AM, Tuesday, October 10, 1972, at the Funeral Home with burial at Waterloo Cemetery, 1600 Kimball Avenue.  The flag will be flown at half-mast during the time of the funeral service in memory of Mr. Boldt.

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