Irvin Bromall, 1941 ~ 2014
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Irvin Henry Bromall, 73, died at this home in Castle Valley, UT on March 23, 2014 as a result of age and related natural causes.

Born Jan. 26, 1941 in Altoona, Penn., to Orville and Dorothy Bromall, he graduated from Pennsylvania State University, were he earned his BA and MA degrees, before earning a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin.

Irv was the recipient of numerous academic honors including his induction into Phi Beta Kappa. After teaching at various universities, he devoted 22 years of loyal service to the federal government.

At his retirement, his love for southeastern Utah brought him to Castle Valley.

Irv will be especially remembered for his kindness, dedication to helping others and generous nature.

Among the many interests and activities he pursued, photography, exploring, archaeological sites, writing, and camping with friends were undoubtedly his favorite.

Although Irv was not survived by family members, he left behind many friends who considered him to be a part of their family.

At his request, cremation has taken place and a private service will be held.

Condolences may be sent to the family at

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