Kermit Alonzo Deem

b. 18 February 1905, d. 23 November 1956

Father*Washington Lafayette Deem b. 10 Mar 1872, d. 12 Jun 1960
Mother*Frances Holland b. 31 Oct 1870, d. 5 Apr 1937
Kermit Alonzo Deem|b. 18 Feb 1905\nd. 23 Nov 1956|p3042.htm|Washington Lafayette Deem|b. 10 Mar 1872\nd. 12 Jun 1960|p493.htm|Frances Holland|b. 31 Oct 1870\nd. 5 Apr 1937|p3030.htm|William A. Deem|b. 1839\nd. 20 May 1916|p475.htm|Abigail H. Deem|b. Nov 1852\nd. 5 Jan 1940|p1020.htm|James Holland|b. unknown\nd. unknown|p3031.htm|Matilda Bishop|b. unknown\nd. unknown|p3032.htm|

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Religion* At Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Chesterville, Wood County, WV. 
Residence*Kermit Alonzo Deem lived at 1003 Hawthorne St, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV. 
Birth*He was born on 18 February 1905 at Chesterville, Wood County, WV. 
Occupation*He occupation in 1923 at Parkersburg Rig & Reel, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV. 
Marriage*He married Mary Emily Taylor on 6 August 1927 at Wood County, WV. 
Burial*Kermit Alonzo Deem was buried in November 1956 at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Chesterville, Wood County, WV. 
Death*He died on 23 November 1956 at St. Joseph Hospital, Parkersburg, Wood County, WV, at age 51;
Kermit A. Deem, 51, of 1003 Hawthorne St., died at 4 p.m. yesterday at the St. Joseph's Hospital following an illness of a few weeks. Born February 18, 1905, in Wood County, the son of W. L. Deem and Frances Holland Deem, he was lifelong resident of Parkersburg and Wood county. He was an employee of the Parkersburg Rig and Reel Co., now the Parkersburg Aetna Corp., for 33 years. Prior to his death he was foreman of the welding shop at the company. He was a member of Mt. Olivet Lodge No. 3, A. F. & A. M; and the Mt. Zion Baptist church. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Emily Mary Deem; two sons, Donald O. and Robert C. Deem, both of Parkersburg; his father, W. L. Deem; three brothers, Walter and Clark Deem, both of Parkersburg; Stewart of Norfolk, Va; four sisters, Mrs. Nora Robbins of Washington, W. Va; Mrs. Marian Phillips of Cairo; Mrs. Elva Dickson and Mrs. Kathryn Coe, both of Parkersburg; and two grandchildren. Two brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. The body was removed to the Leavitt funeral home where funeral arrangements are incomplete. 


Mary Emily Taylor b. 1908, d. 1 April 1996

Last Edited25 Feb 2009