5061. Cashus Elwood ACKLEY Jr was born on 26 January 1925 in Wisconsin.40,1010,1742,1751,3947 He appeared in the census in 1930 in Wisconsin. He lived in 19513 Donora Ave, Torrance, Los Angles , California in November 1956.2783 Cashus died on 23 February 1973 at the age of 48 in California.40,1010,1751 He had Social Security Number 399-16-0220 WI.1010,1751 He was buried in Lakeview Cemetery, Eau Claire, Eau Claire , Wisconsin.40 Cashus served in the military WW II in the US Navy.40 Co # 028444 State 106402
Cashus Elwood ACKLEY Jr and Marion FERGUSON were married about 1952.2783,3012,3947 They2783,3012,3947 were divorced in November 1969 in Los Angeles, California, United States.3947 Marion FERGUSON, daughter of Earl FERGUSON and Veda SEBENHALL, was born on 12 March 1926.1751,3947 She died on 30 November 1993 at the age of 67 in Eau Claire, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States.1751,3948 She had Social Security Number 392-20- 3120 WI.1751 Her Obituary appeared in the 3949 MARION ACKLEY
Marion F Ackley, 67, Eau Claire, died Tuesday, Nov., 30, 1993, at The Center of Care.
Marion was born March 12, 1926, to Earl and Veda (Sebenhall) Ferguson in Eau Claire. She earned her diploma from Eau Claire Senior High School in 1943. She studied at Malcaslester College and the Cadet Nurse Corps, University of Minnesota in 1944. She returned to Eau Claire and attended the state university, graduating in 1950 with a bachelor of science degree in education, earning her Wisconsin Life Teachers Certificate. Marion taught fourth through eight grade art classes in the Barron school system until 1950 when she went to work for the Lord Advertising Co., of Eau Claire. She served as office manager and artist until 1952 when she married Cashus E. Ackley Jr., in June of that year at Christ Church Cathedral.
Marion and Cashus moved to Los Angeles where she worked for Hughes Aircraft Co., until 1957. She was an active volunteer for PTA, Girl Scouts, Sunday School, Women's Club, Youth Prep Band, all were areas of participation. In later years she was involved. With local historic preservation. She was a member of the Wisconsin Daughters of the American Revolution and served a term as head of the Eau Claire Chapter.
Marion was completing a masters degree in counseling at California State, Long Beach, prior to returning to Eau Claire in 1970. She taught in the Eua Claire school system during the early 70s, participating in a pilot work study program for reluctant learners. In 1974 she was hired by the Eau Claire Division of Corrections to institute the first G.E.D. educational program in the nation by a county jail for inmates and probationers.
Survivors include two sons, Cashus Ackley and Earl Ackley, both of Eau Claire; a brother, Earl (LaVerne) Ferguson of Wauwatosa; four nieces; a nephew.
She was proceeded in death by her parents, Earl and Veda; her husband, Cashus E Ackley Jr. A memorial service will be at 11 a m Friday, Dec., 3 at Lenmark-Gomsrud Funeral Home at 814 First Ave., with burial in Lake View Cemetery.
Friends may call an hour before services Friday at the funeral home.
Cashus Elwood ACKLEY Jr-633 and Marion FERGUSON-634 had the following children:
|Cashus Elwood ACKLEY III was born on 11 March 1957 in Los Angeles, California, United States.1184,1751,3012 He died on 1 October 1998 at the age of 41 in Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota.1184,1751 He has Death Cert # 1998-MN-0301141184 Cashus appeared in the following News Article from the The Chippewa Herald on 21 February 1999 |
Cash Ackley did not get to meet Mary Beth Clark until he was dying.
Clark was returning to her job at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire on a bright, hot, late September day when she noticed something was drastically wrong.
“All of a sudden, I turned a corner and saw this man lying on the edge of the road,” she said.
For what she did next, the town of Eagle Point woman will be honored Monday morning by the Eau Claire Fire Department and Firefighters Local 487.
Ackley was doing well after nearly two years in his job as host of a morning talk show on WAYY-AM (790), Station Manager Marty Green said. “The day before he left, I had given him a raise,” Green said.
Ackley was preparing to leave for a vacation in Germany the afternoon of Sept. 29 when his motorcycle collided with a car at Fifth Avenue and Chestnut Street in Eau Claire.
Clark, a speech pathologist at Luther Hospital, was returning from a home treatment of a stroke patient when she saw the severely injured Ackley. She stopped, and spotted a woman in the distance.
“I just yelled, ‘Get help. Get help right away.’,” said Clark, who lives at 12831 150th St., Chippewa Falls.
She reassured Ackley that the hospital was nearby and help was on its way. “I just kept holding his head and talking to him,” said Clark, a graduate of Chippewa Falls High School.
A nurse at the hospital, Norma Stafne of Eau Claire, happened on the scene and also began helping Ackley, who was bleeding severely. (Stafne will also be honored Monday.)
When the ambulance arrived, emergency crews allowed Clark to keep reassuring Ackley, a man she had never had met before.
Ackley later was transferred to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., where he died.
He had Social Security Number 559-80-9957 CA.1751