|Thomas Charles Kearns|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Aug. 16, 1941|
Retired Veteran Banker
Dies After Illness; in
Bank 46 Years
Funeral services for Thomas Charles
Kearns, 72, who was a bank teller
here for 46 years prior to his retire
ment, will be held tomorrow morn-
ing at 8:30 o'clock at his home, 17
Webster street, and at o'clock at
St. Bernard church. Burial will be
in St. Bernard cemetery.
Mr. Kearns died at 9 o'clock Saturday
evening at his home. He had
been ill. for the past three weeks.
He died on his 30th wedding anniversary.
He had been connected with the
Commercial. National bank here
during its entire period of operation.
He was second vice president of the
bank at its closing in 1935.
Son of John and Delia Conroy
Kearns, he was born in Corning, N.
Y., in 1869, and came to Bradford
at the age of about seven years.
He was graduated from St. Bonaventure
college. Upon completing his
course he worked for several months
as a clerk for the McEvoy produce
When the Commercial National
bank was established in the lower
part of the old First Baptist church,
Congress and East Corydon streets,
he went to work for the institution.
Highly-respected he had many
friends. He was a member of the
St. Bernard church.
Surviving him are his wife, Mrs.
Alice Kipgen Kearns; a sister, Mrs.
James MacDonald, and a niece, Miss
Mary MacDonald, all of Bradford.
The Still funeral home is in charge
of the funeral.
BRADFORD ERA, 8-18-1941, pg 5
Alice Kipgen Kearns (1881 - 1962)
Saint Bernard Cemetery
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