Person:Ada Stillman (1)

m. 1 Jan 1903
  1. Edgar Stillman1907 - 1991
  2. Iva Stillman1913 - 2000
  3. Ada E. Stillman1914 - 2000
m. 20 Feb 1936
Facts and Events
Name Ada E. Stillman
Gender Female
Birth[1] 16 Sep 1914 North Loup, Valley, Nebraska, United States
Marriage 20 Feb 1936 to Victor H. King
Death[1] 24 Apr 2000 Ord, Valley, Nebraska, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    222:7:25, July 2000.

    Ada E. King, 85, died on April 24, 2000, at the Valley County Nursing Home in Ord, Neb., where she had lived since 1995.
    She was born on September 16, 1914, on the family farm south of North Loup to Arthur M. and Matie F. (Williams) Stillman. She attended North Loup schools and graduated in 1932.
    On February 20, 1936, she married Victor H. King in North Loup. After living on a farm west of North Loup for three years, they moved into town.
    Ada was a member of the North Loup Seventh Day Baptist Church and the Ladies Missionary Society, a charter member of the Progressive Club, and a 50-year member of the North Loup Extension Club. She enjoyed church and traveling.
    In addition to her husband, Victor, she is survived by two daughters, Darlene Psota of Shenandoah, Iowa, and Sharolyn Langridge of Boulder, Colo.; one son, the Rev. Harold King of Battle Creek, Mich.; four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one infant daughter, Karen; one sister, Iva King; and four brothers - Almond, Edgar, Leland, and Merlyn.
    Funeral services were held on April 26, 2000, with the Rev. Christian R. Mattison officiating. Burial was in Mount Hope Cemetery in Scotia, Neb.