Abraham Barberis Obituary

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by assisted moved area They service. member Bessie, Abraham fiarber/s CALDWELL- Requiem Mass for Abraham (Abe) Barberis, 71, of Caldwell Route 1, who died Tuesday at a Boise hospital following an extended Illness, will be celebrated at 10 a.m, Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, The Rev, John Quinn, pastor of SI, will be the celebrant. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. at the Flahlff Funeral Chapel. Interment will be at Canyon Mr. Barberis was born Dec, 7, 1895, in Italy and came lo the United States at the age six with his parents. They located at Silver Plum, Colo. In 1908 the family moved to dona, Colo., where they farmed. Following the death of the the family maintained the (arm until 1914, when they located Broadwater, Neb., where he farmed until the beginning of World War I. He enlisted in the Army on Sept. 21, 1917, at Bridgeport, Neb., arid was honorably discharged April 24, 1919, at Fort Dodge, Iowa. He relumed lo Nebraska that same year and later located Westminster, Colo., where he farmed. He married Mary Fog- llttl on Jan, 20, 1920, at Denver. He worked there as an mechanic for two years moved to Detroit wherehework- ed forthelludsonCorporation. 1926 he returned to Nebraska and lived at Oshkosh for 10 years. In 1938 they moved to Homedale where they Homesteaded. In 1948 they moved to their present location. He owned and operated the Middleton School Bus Co, He was member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and Loren M. Trotter Post No, 35, American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Mary Barberis, Caldwell; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy June Farrelly of Madison, Wis.; brothers, Charles Barberis of Caldwell and Paul Barberis of Travis City, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Casner of Denver and Mrs. Delia Ceriani Kremmling, Colo; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews, including Al Barberis, sheriff of OwyheeCounty. He .was preceded in death his parents, a brotheranda r sister. Pallbearers will be Clarence Endicolt, Dick Crouch, Ettore Albasini, Ed Payne, Leonard Vis and Herman Ebbers.

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  1. Idaho Free Press,
  2. 03 Nov 1967, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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