Matthew Kennedy Obituary
JMathew Kennedy PLAIN CITY — Mathew Kennedy, 83, of Plain City, died Friday at the Wcbcr I Memorial Hospital. ' Mr. Kennedy was faorn Myy n, 1888, in Randolph, a son of Matthew and Dorothy Dorothy Corliss Kennedy. On May 28, 1916, he was married to Hazel England in Plain City. He had been a [farmer and was a member of the Plain City 2nd Ward. He was a member of the Weber County Farm Bureau and h?d been watermss- • ter for the Warren Canal. He had resided resided in Randolph prior to coming to Plain City 59 years ago. Surviving arc his in City; Mrs. dough t a O o U 9 I' ICTi IVH a. Robert W. (Dorothy) Fisher, Plain City: of of dren; "live sisters, Mrs. Bessie Smith, Iwi-s Florence Meyers. Mrs. Harold (Jen) jShupe, Mrs. Rondo [Lynn) Olsen, all of .O^en^Mrs. Joe (Annl.) DeBry, San Funeral-services win be held ^/lonciay th . ) ' p(! f-™; th "' Bi ;.,£ p ££, cLivon otticiat- j inc.; Dialj,,,™ «.™ y r "nl' /VV pTanH, the ward chapc-i Monday in plain c.ty Robert W (Dorothy Fisher, Plain uny. thr« grandchildren; live great-grandchll-1 one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Plain City Cemetery, 0.