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NAME: Dingman, Francis Marion (m. Grace)

OBIT: 24 May 1958, Cedar Rapids Gazette, p.2, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

  Marion Francis Dingman, machinist foreman for The Gazette Company for 44 years, died Friday. Death was due to a heart ailment.
 Mr. Dingman had suffered an attack Wednesday morning shortly after arriving at The Gazette.
 Surviving are a daughter, Margaret A. Dingman, a teacher at Roosevelt junior high school who made her home with her father at 2733 Lindale ave. NE; a son, Stuart M., of Milwaukee, and a sister, Mary E. Brown of Webster City.
 His wife, Grace, died Sept. 11, 1951.
 Born Nov. 6, 1890, in Webster county, Mr. Dingman was a member of St. Paul's Methodist church; Mt. Hermon lodge, No. Shrine; Iowa Consistory and Cedar chapter O.E.S.
 He had been a member of the Typographical union since 1907.
 Services: Turner chapel at 3:30 p.m. Monday by Dr. Jackson Burns and Mt. Hermon lodge. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the chapel.
 All Master Masons are asked to meet with Mt. Hermon lodge 3 p.m. Monday to attend the service.

OBIT: 24 May 1958, The Daily Freeman Journal, Webster City, Iowa

  Funeral services were held Monday at Cedar Rapids for M.F.Dingman, 68, former Webster City resident. Burial was made at Cedar Rapids.
 Mr. Dingman died suddenly Friday night at a Cedar Rapids hospital. Death was attributed to a heart attack.
 He was preceded in death by his wife and parents; surviving are one son, Stuart Dingman of Milwaukee; one daughter, Margaret, who is a teacher in Cedar Rapids; four grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Mary E. Brown of Webster City.
 Mr. Dingman was a former Linotypist with the Daily Freeman-Journal many years ago. He was an employe of the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

OBIT: (25? May 1958, The Daily Freeman Journal, Webster City, Iowa)

SURVIVED BY SISTERS The list of survivors of M. F. Dingman, former Webster City resident who died recently in Cedar Rapids, should have included two sisters, Mrs. Mary Brown of Webster City and Mrs. Clara Thompson of Eagle Grove, and several nieces and nephews."