Livio Yon, 89, of Box 181, Bramwell, died Monday, October 17, 1983, in a Bluefield hospital after a long illness. Born May 7, 1894 in Piedicavallo, Italy, he was son of Carlo and Marianna Yon. He had been a resident of Bramwell for 62 years. He was a retired stone mason. A member of the Bramwell Masonic Lodge 45, he had just received his 50-year pin. He was of the Protestant failth. He was preceded by his wife, Cristina Bernardo Yon in March of this year. Survivors include one son, Harry Yon of Mt. Zion, IL; two daughters, Mrs. Clifton (Eva) Hill of Bramwell and Mrs. Charles (Alma) Murphy of Lorton Lick Road, Bluefield; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Christina Yon.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 1 p.m. at Cravens Shires Chapel in Bluewell with Dr. C. H. Patterson officiating. Entombment will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park Mausoleum in Bluewell. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 5 to 9 p.m.
Graveside rites will be conducted by members of the Bramwell Masonic Lodge 45 who also will serve as pallbearers. Published October 18, 1983 in Bluefield Daily Telegraph.
Cristina Bernardon Yon, 80, of Box `8`, Bramwell, died Tuesday, March 8, 1983, in a Bluefield hospital after a long illness. Born September 11, 1902 in Piedicavallo, Italy she was a daughter of Batista Yon Bernardon.
Survivors include in addition to her husband, Livio Yon; one son, Harry I. Yon of Mount Zion, IL; two daughters, Mrs. Clifton (Eva) Hill of Bramwell and Mrs. Charles (Alma) Murphy of Lorton Lick Road, Bluefield; two brothers, Peter B Yon of Durham, N.C. and Edmondo B. Yon of Bourg-En-Bresse, France; one sister, Mrs Gilda Tonini of Putnam, Ct., six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Cravens Shires Chapel at Bluewell with Father Leon Alexander and Dr. C. H. Patterson officiating. Entombment will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park Mausoleum at Bluewell. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 5 to 9 p.m. Published March 9, 1983 in the Bluefield Daily Telegraph.