Obit: Malamphy, Jack (1880? - 1924)

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----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 02/28/1924

Malamphy, Jack (1880? - 22 FEB 1924)

Jack Malamphy, who for three years had been a patient in the Mt. Washington Sanitarium at Eau Claire, died Friday afternoon, Feb. 22, 1924, aged 43 years. He was born at Camp Douglas, Wis., and came here with his parents. When quite young he began railroad work, which he continued for 25 years, 3 years in train services and 22 years in track service. He was a most faithful and efficient employee, and so much was his work appreciated by the railroad co., that his sanitarium treatment was received at the company's expense. He was generally well liked by people here (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.), who have deeply sympathized with him in his long illness. He leaves four children: Hilbert and Dorothy at Chili with his aunt, Mrs. Andrews, and Irene and Genevieve here with his parents. He leaves also his father, mother, two brothers, Ed and Dan, and one sister Nellie, at home. Two brothers, William and Charles, are deceased.

The funeral was held Monday forenoon at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Rev. P. Weber officiating.

Those from away who attended the funeral were Hilbert and Dorothy Malamphy of Chili, his aunt, Mrs. Finn of Elroy, Mrs. Tauscher and Wm. Martin of Chili.



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