K.L. Black Obituary

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K.L. Black Obituary - K. L. i Dies in Tucson A former Onconta...
K. L. i Dies in Tucson A former Onconta businessman, Kenneth L. Black, 55, died Tuesday Tuesday morning m dhs Tucson Medical Medical Center, Arizona, where he had been a patient since Saturday. Mr. Black was employed in Tuc-, j.son as Coordinator for the Tucson Painters and Interior Decorators Association. A native of Nebraska, Mr. Black came to Oneonta in 1927 and worked worked for ths DH Railroad offices. At one time he was owner and. operator of the Susquehanna Adjustment Adjustment Corporation. He later was one of the owners ot the Black Coal and Oil Company Inc., prior to his moving to Tucson in 1958. While living in Oneonta, Mr. Black had been active in the Dem- KENNETH BLACK !Teachers Attend English Parley SCHENEVUS--Principal Vincent Ciliberti, Mrs. Elma Mitchell and Millarcl McCune attended, a meeting meeting ol the English teachers of the First Supervisory District of Ot- spgo and Delaware Counties at SUCO. for. Mary Nankivel spoke on the pcratic Party and served hya'tcrms as Alderman of the Fourth Ward 1 during, Dr. Alexander F. Carson's term as mayor. He was also a % member ot the Oneonta Lions Club of which he is" a past president. Ho was a ·member of the First Presbyterian Church, Oneonta. Funeral -services will be at li p. m., Saturday, January 20, at the Bopkhout Funeral Home, With the' Rev., Merlin A. Ditrner, of the. First Presbyjeriani Church, Oneonta, and Rev. Boyd McCleary, Cooperstown, former clergyman ot the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. officiating. The body will, be placed in the funeral home vault to await burial dn the · Glenwooct Cemetery, Oneonta. Oneonta. Mr. Black was born on January 10, 1907 at Regan, Nebraska, the' son of Atwell D. and Georgianna. (Elliot) Black. He married Elsie Crotty, June 27, 1931, in Oneonta. Mr. Black was a graduate of Ragan High School and Chilicothe Business College. During World War 2; he was Captain of Company Company I in Oneonta. Surviving are his wife, of Tucson; Tucson; one son, David, Tucson, a student in the Arizona State College College at Flagstaff; two daughters, Mrs. Harold E. Coif, 43 Church St., Oneonta and Mrs. Samuel 'Potis, Norwich; step - mother, Mrs. Lucy Black, 43 Church St., Oneonta; three, brothers, Allen, Greeley, Colorado; Maurice; Syracuse, Syracuse, and Russell, 13 Pearl St., Oneonta; three sisters, Mrs. Leon Williams, 43 Church St., Oneonta, Miss Helene Black, 12 Birch St., Oneonta, and Mrs. Harold Wiltons, 450 Chestnut St., Oneonta; six grandchildren and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Bookhout Bookhout Funeral Home, Oneonta, after after 1. p.m., Friday unit service time. The family will be in attendance from 7-9 Friday evening at the funeral home.

Clipped from The Oneonta Star17 Jan 1962, WedPage 18

The Oneonta Star (Oneonta, New York)17 Jan 1962, WedPage 18
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