1842. Willa Mae Hunter
was born on 14 Jul 1900 in Merkel, Taylor County, Texas. She died on 7
May 1969 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
(247) She was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Fort Worth, Tarrant County,
Lived at 3402 Meadowbrook Drive in 1937, and at 2222 Glencrest Drive at the time
of her death.
From the Evening Fort Worth Star Telegram, May 8, 1969, Page 3D:
WOMAN, RESIDENT HERE 51 YEARS, DIES
Mrs. Frank R. Gurley of 2222 Glencrest Drive died yesterday in a hospital.
Mrs. Gurley, a native of Snyder, had lived in Fort Worth since 1918 and was a
charter member of Central Christian Church and a member of the church's Friendship
Before her retirement about four years ago, she worked in the general auditor's
office of the Fort Worth & Denver Railway Co.
Survivors include her husband, three sisters, Mrs. T. E. Box of Kansas City,
Mo., and Mrs. E. B. Abbington and Mrs. S. A. Austin of Fort Worth and three brothers,
C. A. Hunter, J. L. Hunter and E. E. Hunter, all of Fort Worth.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Harveson & Cole Drawing Room.
Burial will be at Rose Hill.
Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Friendship Class and the Bedouins
of Mosiah Temple Shrine.
She was married to Prosper Edward Charles Guertler on 27 Nov 1925 in Fort
Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.(1408)
Prosper Edward Charles Guertler was born on 21 Feb
1894 in Texas. He appeared on the census on 9 May 1930 in Fort Worth, Tarrant
County, Texas.(1409) He died on 11
Feb 1984 in Comal County, Texas.(247)
Frank Raymond Gurley was born on 7 Feb 1902 in
Texas. He died on 29 Dec 1992 in Tarrant County, Texas.
(247) He was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tarrant County, Texas.
Publication Date: December 31, 1992
Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Region: Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
FORT WORTH - Frank R. Gurley, retired chief clerk of Burlington Railroad, died
Tuesday at a Fort Worth hospital. He was 90.
Funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. today at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel. Burial
will be in Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park. Shannon TCU Funeral Chapel is in
charge of arrangements.
Mr. Gurley was born in Fort Worth, where he was a lifelong resident. He was a
graduate of Central High School.
Mr. Gurley was with Burlington Railroad for 48 years and retired about 1965.
He was a charter member of Central Christian Church, Southside Masonic Lodge,
York Rite Mason and Moslah Shrine Temple.
Survivors, all of Fort Worth: Wife, Lovie Orren Gurley; brother, Bill Gurley;
and two sisters, Esther Ruth Arnold and Elva Gurley.