Frank James Kelleher
June, 1885 - 8 August, 1966
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
Thursday, 11 August, 1966
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– Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday for
Frank J. Kelleher, Route 3 Nampa, who died Monday in a local
hospital. Interment will be at Mount Calvary. Rosary
devotions will be at Shepherd Mortuary at 8 p.m. Friday.
Mr. Kelleher was born June 25, 1885, at Belrice, Neb. He
was a member of the Catholic Church, and a past Grand Knight
of the Knights of Columbus. He was very active for years in
the Catholic Church. He was raised in Abelene, Kan., and
married Ruby Claassen at Newton, Kan., in 1910. He worked at
Arkansas City, Kan., for the Santa Fe Railroad and later for
the Shell Oil Refinery. He moved to Nampa in 1942 where he
worked for the Union Pacific Railroad as a car inspector. He
was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Carmen. He
retired Sept. 1960.
Survivors include his wife, Ruby; three sons, James F.
Kelleher, Nampa; Edward M. Kelleher, San Francisco, Cal.; and
Raymond Kelleher, Newton, Kan.
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