RR O'Hara obituary The Fresno Bee 29 March 1948
I T I S r R. R. O'HARA R, R. O'Hara, 57, an automobile mechanic, succumbed yesterday morning in his home at 735 wing in 1C He was born in Kentucky and lived in Fresno since 1922, Because of ill health he retired a year and a half ago while an ploye of Fred Kurz Motors. Surviving relatives include his widow, Mrs. Alma O'Hara; a daughter, Mrs. Peggy Smith, Berkeley; a son, Robert O'Hara, San Luis Obispo; three brothers, C. CVT.Tni--i ^Jnnnniifa T W o n t t r t h a Pan. O'Hara, Ncepawa, Manitoba, Can- ada; Clyde O'Hara, BrookvHIe, and Fred O'Hara, Dixon, 111., and e a-sister, Mrs. Edna Lultrell, vliin setting was more colorful ville. O'Hara was a veteran of World War I and scivcd in the Siberian occupation forces. He was a her of the American Lefiion-Post -- - - depth. The snow was molting No. 4. Funeral rites are planned morrow at 10:30 A, M. in t h e Tinkler Mission Chapel, lo be fo!- lowed hy interment in the i n . i.i. .1 i , ! Â· . . Â« . . . Cemciery.