Clarence Eckert & Leo Stevens


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Clarence Eckert on left and Leo Stevens on the right.

Clarence Eckert (b. 1885 - d. 1968) was born July 1, 1885 in Steelsville, Missouri. His parents were Henry and Carrie Eckert. He came to Prescott in 1898 from San Diego, California. At one time he operated the Arizona Bus Lines in Prescott, Arizona. He had also been a miner, was employed with E.C. Seal’s Yavapai Fuel and Feed Company, and was a dispatcher for the Prescott Police Department. He was married to Sarah (Lange) Eckert. He was a lifetime member of the Moose Lodge and a member of the Volunteer Fire Department. He died on June 24, 1968 in Prescott, Arizona. His obituary lists two sons, Kenneth of Phoenix, Arizona and Edwin of Ajo, Arizona and a daughter, Mrs. R. D. Bronson of Azusa, California. No information was found on Leo Stevens.


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