Crum, Frank Thomas 'F.T.' (Unknown - May 5, 1922)
F.T. Crum Is Suddenly Called
Douglas Budget - May 11, 1922F.T. Crum, well known to Douglas people through frequent visits here, died suddenly at his home in Sioux City last Friday. He was about to leave for Douglas and was helping in moving his baggage when the attack of heart failure ended his life. Mrs. Crum was in Casper, visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Fremont Mitchie, and had expected to meet her husband in Douglas the next day. Accompanied by her daughters, Mrs. Louis Cook of Douglas and Mrs. Mitchie, she left Saturday for Sioux City. Funeral services were held in that city Monday.
Mr. Crum was an employee of the Sioux City Journal for a period of thirty-one years. He made frequent trips to Wyoming to visit his daughters and many friends made here will feel sorrow at his passing. Besides his wife he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Cook of Douglas, Mrs. Mitchie of Casper and Mrs. F.C. Hoag of Portland, Ore.