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Obituary:  Fred Shelford WYATT (1890-1974)
Thursday, 30 May 1974.  Winters Express.  Winters, CA
 
Fred Wyatt dies on
Luxembourg trip

Funeral services will be held at the Pioneer Presbyterian Church here on Monday, June 3, at 2 p. m. for Fred Shelford Wyatt, 84, who died Sunday on a trip to Luxembourg on a visit to his son, Felton Mark Wyatt.

Burial will be in the Winters Cemetery.  Friends may call at Smith's Colonial Chapel from Sunday noon until the time of the funeral.

Mr. Wyatt was a native of Winters, born May 15, 1890, and was the son of the late Dr. Marcus Wyatt.  He was a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, with the class of 1913 and was the founder of Elmhurst Packers, Inc., which merged in 1943 with Gerber Products Company of Fremont, Michigan.

He served as vice president of Gerber until his retirement several years ago.  Following his retirement, he served as special assistant to the chancellor of the University of California at Davis.  For the past several years, he made his home in Piedmont, California.

Mr. Wyatt and his wife, Eva, donated the Wyatt Memorial Pavilion on the Davis campus.

Survivors include his widow; two sons, Fred L. Wyatt of Tacoma, Washington, and Felton, of Luxembourg; and a sister, Mrs. Charles F. Unger, Sr., of Sacramento; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. 

Fred Shelford WYATT and Eva LOWRY Family Group Sheet
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