Notes for Horace Thomas Blondie Bartlett: After Horace and Nadene returned from California, he was employed at the North American bomber plant in the Fairfax in Kansas City, KS. The plant produced B-25 bombers for WW-II. "Blondie", as Horace was known by family,was a truck driver for Wilson & Co. meat company for 29 years, retiring in 1971. He was affectionally called Tom at work. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Kansas City, KS. Horace lived in Campbell and Monterey CA area and worked at the Del Monte Hotel. Horace's father, Orville was born at Clay Center, KS. Orville homesteaded in California and Washington. He lived at Spokane, WA and Campbell, CA. and was a professional photographer for a time. He was a man of many talents, such as operating a bicycle shop and running a skunk farm. Horace's mother died when he was young.
More About Horace Thomas Blondie Bartlett and Nadene Cora Close: Marriage: 08 September 1936, Santa Cruz, CA.
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