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Ryle Harris Patterson, 61, died at his home in Lakeport, California on April 10, 1967. He was born October 21, 1905 near Towanda, the son of Albert Mansfield and Lillie Martha "Dalton" Patterson. He was the fourth of eleven children. In addition to his parents he was proceeded in death by two brothers, Loy and Lee.

Ryle was Air Force Civil Service Supervisor at McClellan Field in California and had 30 years of service.

He is survived by a son, Mark and two daughters, Donna and Bonnie all of California.

Other survivors include four brothers; Allie Faye, Van Nuys, California, Ross and Clive, Wichita, Kansas; Clare of Augusta, Kansas, and four sisters, Alberta Dagel, Lovey Boucher and Connie Urban all of Augusta, Kansas and Lillie Jackson of Toronto, Kansas.

Services were held April 19, 1967 in Highland Park, California and burial was in Valhaulla Memorial Park, North Hollywood, California. Utter McKinley Mortuary was in charge.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

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