John H. Brizendine, 74, died unexpectedly yesterday at his home, 11632 East Fifteenth Street, Independence. A retired farmer and road contractor, he had spent all of his life in Jackson County. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Ella F. Brizendine of the home, three sons; Fred W. Brizendine, 1695 South Noland Street, and Carl C. Brizendine, 11634 East Fifteenth Street, both of Independence, and Calvin A. Brizendine, Lone Jack, and an adopted son, George Waterman, North Kansas City; three sisters, Mrs. Mantha Moore, Tarsney, Mo.; Mrs. Manny Russell, Pleasant Hill, Mo., and Mrs. Mary Wyatt, Kansas City, and three brothers, Riley Brizendine, Independence, Joseph Brizendine, Blue Springs, and Calvin C. Brizendine, Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday at the home of Fred W. Brizendine 1695 South Noland Street; burial in Lee's Summit Cemetery.
John H. Brizendine died of coronary thrombosis.
↑ newspaper clipping found in Ila Brizendine Dill's bible
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