Information for Kenneth H. McNall
12 January, 1913 19 October, 1993
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
October, 1993

Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Kenneth McNall

    Kenneth H. McNall, 80, of Caldwell, Idaho, died Tuesday, October 19, 1993, at his home in Caldwell.
    Graveside services will be held at 11 am. Thursday, November 11, 1993, at the Parma Cemetery in Parma, Idaho, with Reverend Letitia Groom officiating under the direction of the Nyssa Lienkaemper Chapel.
    Kenneth was born to Wilber A. and Ethel L. Correll McNall on January 12, 1913, in Brownlee, Nebraska, the youngest of four children.
    The family moved to the Gallatin Valley outside Bozeman, Montana, in 1919 where they ranched.  They later moved to Oregon in 1930.  He attended school in Bozeman, Caldwell, and graduated from High School in Nyssa, Oregon.
    Kenneth then served during WWII in the Army Engineer Corp in the European Theatre.
    He married Anne Davidson on March 23, 1946, in Boise, Idaho.  He worked for the Bureau of Reclamation for many years, until his retirement in 1968.  They moved to the Columbia Basin in Washington in 1950 and lived in several communities before settling in Warden, Washington, in 1958.  Anne passed away in December of 1985.  Kenneth then moved to Caldwell, Idaho, in 1987 and continued living there until his death.
    Survivors: Nephews, Bruce Bachman and his wife, DeEtta Bachman of Walnut Creek, California, W. Frank Parr of Arlington, Texas, Carl A. McNall of Lafayette, CA; and nieces, Joan Schooler of Littleton, Colorado, and Jean McKenna of Peoria, Arizona.
    He was preceded in death by his wife; parents, 2 sisters, Hazel Bachman and Thelma Parr; and 1 brother, Austin McNall.
    Memorials may be made to Father Flanagan's Boys Home, BoysTown, Nebraska, or Children's Orthopedic Hospital, c/o Lienkaemper Chapel, P.O. Box 970, Ontario, Oregon 97914.


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