Information for Mildred E. Haldiman Kesner

20 February, 1905 - 25 June, 1975

From The Idaho Press-Tribune

27 June, 1975
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Mildred E. Kesner

    NAMPA - Funeral service for Mrs. Mildred E. Kesner, 70, of Nampa Route 7, who died suddenly at a Boise hospital Wednesday, will be conducted at 230 p.m. Saturday at the Alsip Funeral Chapel with the Rev, Robert W. Pitts, pastor of the North Nampa Church of the Nazarene, officiating.
    Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
    Mrs. Kesner was born on Feb. 20, 1905 at Jamestown, Mo.  She was reared and attended schools in Jamestown and Kansas City. Mo.  She was married to Elmer Lynn Kesner at Kansas City, Kan., on Dec. 16, 1933 and they resided there for 10 years.  They later moved to Winslow, Ariz., and lived there for 11 months, then moved to Seligman, Ariz., where they lived for 15 years. They lived in Barstow, Calif. for two years before moving to Chanute, Kan., in 1963 where they made their home until coming to Nampa about a week ago.
    She is survived by her husband, Elmer Lynn Kesner, Nampa; one son, John W. Kesner, San Marion, Calif., one daughter, Joan E. DeFoe, San Francisco, Calif., one brother, Everett E. Haldiman, Oracle, Ariz.; five sisters, Gertrude Woodrum, Modesto, Calif., Ruby Whitburn, Monrovia, Calif., Lola Brazill, Phoenix, riz., Lucille Hoeppner, Phoenix, Ariz., and Ruth Broadus, San Bernardino, Claif., and by five grandchildren.



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