John Wesley Edgmond

Thursday, January 7, 2021
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John Wesley Edmond died June 21st. He was born to John Nelson Edgmond and Bessie Irene Edgmond. He attended Eastside Elementary graduated from Laurel High School in 1956. Shortly after graduation, he married Linda Ebersviller. John was veteran serving his country four years, two in Germany.

In 1961, John was elected Treasurer for the City of Laurel and served two terms. In 1966 he enrolled at University of Mont. In 1968 he became asst. business manager of Missoula County high School becoming manager a year later. John later worked in Renton, Wa. as director of finance, and later for Tupane International at Glasgow Air Force Base and in Saudi Arabia. He closed his career working for Jubity Trucking of Portland.

John’s hobbies included hunting, fishing and B.S.ing in which he held a phd. The cabin at Cook sisters Loretta, Donna, Reva, and Jean, brother James, wife Linda and sons Wesley and Henry. John is survived by daughters Phyllis and Pam; his brother, Richard, of Cody, Wyo.; and Sue Dempster of Laurel, Mont.

A private service will be held at a later date. City was silent this fall as the good natured bantering between Richard, John and nephew Mark took place over a marathon of ship, captain and crew. Nephew Mark surely missed going to the bank with his profits from the game! John was preceded in death by his parents,

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