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Fancis Marion, III WILDMAN

Prescott National Col. Cemetery
Yavapai County,
Arizona

b. Dec. 12, 1921, Prescott, Az.
d. Dec. 26, 2005, Prescott, Az.
h/o Thomasine (Alexander) Wildman
() Aug. 17, 1946
s/o Glenn A. & Jane Ellen (Sleeper) Wildman

Occ: He taught school in California at Folsom State Prison, then moved to Prescott in 1966, where he taught at Prescott Junior High (now Mile High Middle School) for five years. He became an Assistant to the President of Prescott College and later was Director of Housing at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. In 1970, he received his Masters degree in History and Geography at NAU, Flagstaff. He retired a second time and became the Sequoia Signsmith for 20 years, painting and routing some 300 signs, most as gifts. He was known as "Mr. Timeline" having created with his wife, 10 timelines. Seven of those here in the tri-city area, two in Yuma at the Territorial Prison, Yuma State Park and one in Clarkston, Wash., for the Lewis and Clark Tri-centennial celebration.

Columbarium - Section A /Row B /Site 004

Obituary

Photo and some information from Lee Krsiean

Contributed on 4/28/14 by jlwight
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Record #: 91484

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Submitted: 4/28/14 • Approved: 4/28/14 • Last Updated: 4/28/14 • R91484-G0

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