Charles Lee Klahr,
78, of Caldwell, died Sunday,
May 28, 1995, at a
care center. Funeral
services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 31, 1995,
at Boone Memorial Presbyterian Church, Caldwell.
Rev. Mike Turner will
officiate. Burial will
follow at Roswell Cemetery,
Services are under the
direction of Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
Charles was born
November 23, 1916, at
Parma, the son of George and Nora
Klahr. He was raised
and educated in the
area. He married Anna
Leora Benson October 23, 1938 and they farmed on the Roswell
Bench until 1952. They
moved to the Notus area and farmed until he retired in the
was always involved in many community activities and was one
of the founding members of the Potato Growers of Idaho.
Chuck donated his time
and machinery in the development of Purple Sage Golf Course.
involvement also included his activities in Boy Scout and 4-H
Charles will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Anna and his
family including a son, Keith and his wife, Molly Klahr; his
daughters and the husbands, Kay and Eldon Book and Karla and
Charles Maxey; seven grandchildren; his brothers and their
wives, Harry and Lorraine Klahr and James and Bonnie Klahr;
his sisters, Ruby and her husband, Tom Reese and Nola Yeakel
and other extended family members.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; his brothers, Earl, Elmer, Carl and
Clarence; and a sister, Pearl.
His family suggests
that memorials be made to the Boone Memorial Presbyterian
Church Youth Program.