Information for George Bradford Kendall

11 December, 1907 - 7 April, 1974

From The Idaho Press-Tribune

April, 1974
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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George B. Kendall

NAMPA - Services for George Bradford Kendall, 66, of 546 Sixth St. N., Ext., who died at his home Sunday, will be conducted at Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Nampa, at 2 p.m. Saturday by Bishop R. Cecil Williams of the First Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
    Interment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens on Karcher Road.
    Mr. Kendall was born Dec. 11, 1907, in Preston, and moved with his family to Downey in 1908, to Meridian in 1918, and to Nampa in 1919.  He started work for the Union Pacific Railroad as a section hand in 1925 and worked for many years between Minidoka and Nampa.  He retired 12 years ago because of ill health.  He married Nellie Dobson May 26, 1940, in Burley.  They lived there a year, and then the couple moved to Nampa in 1941.  The couple was later divorced.
    Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Louise Young, Sandy, Utah, Mrs. Joan Good, Nampa, and Mrs. Georgene Cummings, Ogden Utah; three brothers. Ralph C. Kendall, Ferndale, Wash., Roy L. Kendall, Othello, Wash., and Cluff T. Kendall, Boise; four sisters, Mrs. Jennie McKinney, Brawley, Calif., Mrs. Marguriett Jaime, Huntington Park, Calif., Mrs. Nanna I. Hansen, Nampa, and Mrs. Lillie Oppe, Caldwell; a half-brother, Don Ciccone, Blackfoot; and 10 grandchildren.  A sister preceded him in death.



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