Saturday, April 21, 2012

Resolutions of Respect For Robert L. Flanary

From the Crittenden Record Press, March 3, 1910.
Whereas, death has invaded our ranks and taken from us our brother, our worthy and faithful Vice Chancellor, Robert L. Flanary, who departed this life on the 24th day of February 1910, therefore be it, RESOLVED,

First - That in the death of Brother Flanary this lodge has lost a noble and valiant Knight, a faithful, loving and efficient officer.

Second - That his wife has lost a true and devoted husband, and his child a kind, indulgent and affectionate father.

Third - That the Vice chancelor's station be draped for a period of thirty days as a mark of respect for the departed Knight.

Fourth - That the citizens of Crittenden County have lost a capable and painstaking officer and public servant.

Robert Lee Flanary and his wife, Miles Nunn Flanary are buried in the Mapleview Cemetery.  His stone doesn't have a birth date listed, but he was born in May 1866, the son of John Alton Flanary and Isabelle Cook Flanary.

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