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Obituary for Pablo "Paul" Faustine Ortega
15 February, 1889 - 7 October, 1967
From The Caldwell News-Tribune,
9 October, 1967
Contributed by Bonnie Dilworth

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Pablo F. Ortega

     NAMPA - Requiem mass for Pablo F. Ortega, 78, 315 20th Ave. S., who died Saturday at a Nampa hospital, will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Paul's Catholic Church.  The Rev Fr. Paul J. Flynn will be celebrant.
    Interment will be at Mt. Calvary cemetery.  Rosary devotions will be recited at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Shepherd Mortuary Chapel.
    He was born Feb. 15, 1889, at Del Norte, Colo.  He was raised in Colorado and worked there and in Utah and California, moving to Twin Falls in 1924.  He moved to the Payette area and lived there for a number of years.  He had lived in Nampa since 1956.  He was married to Cecilia Perottl, Aug. 11, 1965.
     He is survived by his wife on Nampa, five daughters, Mrs. Dora Mendez of Chicago, Ill., Rose Ortega of California, Mrs. Charlotte Nelson of Preston, Idaho, Mrs. Lester Garry of Boulder, Colo., and Petunia of Sacrament, Calif.; seven sons, Phil of Nampa, Lee of Ontario, Poloners of Indian Harbor, Ind., Clarence of Sacramento, Calif., Todd of Chicago, Ill., Paul of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Marion of Sacarro, N.M.; three stepdaughters, Miss Roberta Hill of Nampa, Mrs. Donna Henry of Gooding, Mrs. Marilyn McBride of Mt. Lake Terrace, Wash.; a step-son, Douglas Hill of Nampa; two brothers, Homola of Payette, and Ray of Salem Ore.; 100 grandchildren and 60 great-grandchildren.

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