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Elvin Conrad Ellingson
- Name: Elvin Conrad Ellingson
- Location of Birth: Crookston, Minnesota
- Date of Birth: August 21, 1895
- Date of Death: January 6, 1963 (67 years old)
- Parents: Edward Ellingson and Christine (Sandmoen) Ellingson
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- Highest Rank: PVT (Private)
- Branch: Army
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Elvin was a member of the Blackhawk Division with the United States Army in France in World War I.
He served with Company F, 311th Engineers
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World War I
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Elvin was married to Hulda May Asp on November 26, 1922 and moved to Grand Rapids, Minnesota in 1923.
He was employed by the Blandin Paper Company as a power plant engineer for thirty-seven years before his retirement two years ago.
Elvin was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Reed Memorial Methodist Church, and the Blandin Quarter Century Club, all of Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Survivors are his wife, Hulda; two sons, Elwood and Lee; two daughters, Mrs. Marcus Maynard and Mrs. John Anwiler, Jr.; eight grandchildren; four brothers; and five sisters.
Elvin died of a heart attack while fishing at Red Lake. He is buried in Itasca Calvary Cemetery at Grand Rapids, Minnesota. (Plot I-E-05-1-7)
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