Eugene Malo

Eugene Malo

Birth
Saint-Paul, Montreal Region, Quebec, Canada
Death 6 Jan 1920 (aged 60–61)
Gervais, Marion County, Oregon, USA
Burial Gervais, Marion County, Oregon, USA
Memorial ID 6253519 · View Source
Suggest Edits

OBITUARY: Resident of Gervais Dies - Eugene Malo, a resident of Gervais for the past 22 years, died at the family home there on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 6, 1920, after a brief illness from heart trouble. Mr. Malo was born at St. Paul, Joliette county, Canada, P.Q., the year 1863. He came to Oregon when a young man and was married at Gervais to Eulalie Foisy, Jan. 7, 1885. Nine children were born to this union, seven of whom survive - Wm. E., Alfred B., Roy O., Catherine D., Grace M., Eugene C., and Mrs. Frank T. Cutsforth. He is also survived by his wife and two grandchildren, one brother and two sisters. He was a carpenter and builder by trade and a fine workman, many residences in the Gervais section and in the city of Portland having been built by him. He is remembered as being very industrious, conscientious and honest, was a loving husband and father and a devoted Catholic. He had served on the city council, and was a member of the Artisan and Foresters of America lodges. The funeral took place Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from the Gervais Catholic church and burial was in the Catholic cemetery. Rev. Fathes Sesoski celebrated the mass and preached the sermon. Both Artisans and Foresters took part in the ceremony, which was largely attended by his many relatives and friends.
-Catholic Sentinal

The Woodburn Independent
Woodburn, Oregon
January 26, 1920


Family Members

Spouse
Children

Sponsored by Ancestry

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

  • Created by: Katie Baptiste Garrison
  • Added: 11 Mar 2002
  • Find A Grave Memorial 6253519
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Eugene Malo (1859–6 Jan 1920), Find A Grave Memorial no. 6253519, citing Sacred Heart Cemetery, Gervais, Marion County, Oregon, USA ; Maintained by Katie Baptiste Garrison (contributor 46514927) .