Notes for: Wayland Riley Bodine

I guess he was a private in some branch of the military.

From Ronny Bodine:

1st marriage--1925--LILLIE ROSA ANDLER.
From New York Marriage Records:
Wayland Bodine AND Lillie R. Andler were married 21 Sept 1925 in Buffalo, Erie County.

Wayland and Lily Bodine lived 1930 in Silverton, San Juan County, Colorado where Wayland worked as a train man in a mine. In 1940 they lived in San Gabriel, Los Angeles County, California where Wayland worked as a tippleman for a metal mine. The couple had no children. Lillie and Esther were the daughters of Albert Friedrich and Caroline (Wagner) Andler.

Newspaper Obituary, Buffalo Courier-Express (Buffalo, N.Y.) of Saturday, 27 Jan 1962.
BODINE--Lillie Andler Bodine, of Spokane, Wash., Jan. 22, 1962, formerly of Buffalo, beloved wife of Wayland R. Bodine; sister of Albert C. Andler of Lyons, N.Y., Mrs. Helen Husarek, Miss Matilde L. Andler, Mrs. Martha Groth of Springville, N.Y., Mrs. Minnie Nova of Tucson, Ariz, and Miss Esther M. Andler. Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. at the Bury Funeral Home Inc., 3070 Delaware Ave., time and place of burial will be announced later.

2nd marriage--1963--ESTHER MILDRED ANDLER.
From New York Marriage Records:
Wayland R. Bodine AND Esther M. Andler were married 29 Dec 1963 in Tonawanda, Erie County.

From Washington Death Records:
Wayland R. Bodine of Spokane, died 1 Sept 1980 in Spokane, Spokane County, aged 76 years.
Esther M. Bodine of Spokane, died 22 Aug 1994 in Spokane, Spokane County, aged 90 years.

Newspaper Obituary, The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, Wash.) of Thursday, 25 Aug 1994.
Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Messiah Lutheran Church for Esther Mildred Bodine. Cremation will precede the service, and burial will be in New York with her husband. Mrs. Bodine, 90, died Monday. She was born in New York. Mrs. Bodine lived in Spokane for 44 years and was a schoolteacher. She was a member of Messiah Lutheran Church, the Retired Teachers Association and the Alumni Association of Buffalo (New York) University, and was a volunteer for more than 25 years at Riverview Retirement Center. Her husband, Wayland Bodine, died in 1980. Several nieces and nephews survive her. Memorial contributions may be made to Messiah Lutheran Church.