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Information for Carroll Theodore Shippy
23 July, 1905  20 February, 1976
From the Idaho Press-Tribune & News-Tribune
Monday, 23 February, 1976, page A11
Contributed by Judith (Konkler) Zervas


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Carroll T. Shippy

     IDAHO CITY - Services for Carroll T. Shippy, 70, Idaho City formerly of Parma, who died Friday at a Boise hospital, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Summers Funeral Home by Rev. Roy Strayer of the Central Assembly Church. Interment will be in Parma Cemetery.
     He was born July 23, 1905, at Marion, Ore. He graduated from Parma High School in 1925. He attended the National Radio School, Los Angeles, in 1926. He married Edna Pritchard Nov. 7, 1930, at Caldwell. After their marriage, the Shippys farmed in the Parma area and he later worked at a service station in Parma. They moved to Boise in 1934 and he opened a service station at Thirteenth and State. In 1968, they moved to Idaho City, where he worked for the U.S. Forest Service. He retired in 1973.
     Among area survivors is a sister, Opal Doman, Parma.


Also, this article from The Parma Review, Parma, Idaho
Thursday, 26 February, 1976

 

Services Held for

Carroll T. Shippy

     Services for Carroll T. Shippy, 70, Idaho City, who died Friday at a Boise hospital, were conducted at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Summers Funeral Home by the Rev. Roy Strayer of the Central Assembly Church. Interment was in Parma Cemetery.
    He was born July 23, 1905, at Marion, Ore. He graduated from Parma High School in 1925. He attended the National Radio School, Los Angeles, in 1926. He married Edna Pritchard Nov. 7, 1930, at Caldwell. After their marriage, the Shippys farmed in the Parma area and he later worked at a service station in Parma. They moved to Boise in 1954 and he opened a service station at Thirteenth and State. In 1968 they moved to Idaho City where he worked for the U.S. Forest Service. He retired in 1973.
     He was a member of IOOF Lodge No. 55, Parma; Parma Lodge No. 49, AF&AM; Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 49, Parma; Scottish Rites Bodies; El Korah Temple of Shrine and El Korah Mechanics.
     Surviving are his wife, Idaho City; two sons, Robert, Weiser, and James, Boise; a brother, Floyd Stevenson, Wash., two sister, Mrs. Opal Doman, Parma, and Mrs. Medora Endrizzi, Beaverton, Ore.; and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters. Pallbearers are Francis Ham, Gerald Bruncel, Roger Jackson, Floyd Nottage, Walter March and Bob Stubblefield.
     The family suggests memorials be made to the Heart Fund or to the Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children.




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