Idaho County Free Press

Wednesday, January 7, 1987


  ALFRED MOORE, age 81, a long time resident of Mount Idaho, died Monday, January 5, 1987, at Syringa General Hospital, in Grangeville, where he had been a patient for the past ten days.

  He was born in Idaho, December 8, 1905, the son of Floyd and Minnie Moore. He received his education in the Grangeville area. He worked for the forest service on the Nez Perce district for 35 years and later worked as a timber faller for 25 years.

  Alfred Moore was well known as a maker of hunting knives, a hobby that brought many people to see his work.

  He was united in marriage to Myrna Droogs Pollan in 1935 and she survives at the family home in Mount Idaho. Surviving also are children; Neuton D. Pollan at Mount Idaho, and Ronnie Zink of Weippe, Idaho; a sister, Marion Clem of Pasco, WA; six grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren.

  Funeral services will be held Wednesday, January 7, 1987, at 11 a.m. at the Noland Funeral Home in Grangeville, with interment following at the Mount Idaho Cemetery.

  Noland Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Submitted by Chris Cornett



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