Benjamin A Nephew

Press-Republican—Friday, May 2, 1980

Benjamin A. Nephew
WEST CHAZY – Benjamin A.
“Ben” Nephew, 69, of Route 1 died
Wednesday at the Mary Fletcher
Unit of the Medical Center Hospital
of Vermont in Burlington.
He was born May 6, 1910 in
Mooers Forks, the son of Benjamin
A. and Flanda (Peete) Nephew.
He owned and operated a dairy
farm in West Chazy from 1945 until
1967 and was a carpenter until he
retired in 1978. He was also a
member of St. Joseph’s Church.
He leaves his wife. Helen
LaValley Nephew; five sons, Edward
Nephew of New Haven, Conn.,
Bernard, Lawrence and Roger
Nephew, all of West Chazy, and
Steven Nephew of Chazy Lake;
three daughters, Mrs. Benjamin
(Shirley) King of Chazy Lake. Mrs.
Joseph (Theresa) Baker of Plattsburgh
and Carolyn Nephew of West
Chazy; two brothers Robert
Nephew of West Chazy and Arthur
Nephew of Mooers; seven sisters.
Mrs. Nellie Burdo of Ellenburg
Depot, Mrs. Margaret LaValley.
Mrs. Amos (Marie) LaValley and
Mrs. Rita Miller, all of Beekmantown.
Mrs. Walter (Bertha)
Trombley of Lewis. Mrs. Theresa
Burdeau of Mooers Forks and Mrs.
Harold (Irene) McComb of Cannons
Corners; 19 grandchildren, 12
great-grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be today from 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the R.W.
Walker Funeral Home in Plattsburgh.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday at 1 p.m. at St. Joseph’s
Burial will follow in the parish
In lieu of flowers, the family requests
donations be made to the
American Cancer Society.

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