Published at Butte, Montana
Tuesday Morning, July 31, 1934
FRANK CAMPANA, BUTTE NATIVE, DIES FOLLOWING BRIEF ILLNESS HERE
Frank Campana, 39, native of Butte, died at a local hospital yesterday morning following a brief illness. He had lived in Butte all his life. The family home was at 307 North Washington street.
Mr. Campana attended local schools and was known by scores of local residents. Surviving are his widow, Margaret; two sons, Frank, Jr., and Raymond; three sisters, Mrs. R.C. McNeel, Mrs. R.J. Hayes and Leona Campana; two brothers, S.R. Campana and Rocco Campana; an uncle, C.E. Campana; a cousin, Mrs. John Tamm; mother-in-law, Mrs. Sue McDermott, all of Butte; four sisters-in-law, Mrs. C.L. McDonald of Butte, Mrs. H.A. Murphy of Philipsburg, Mrs. T.H. Sealey of Los Angeles, and Mrs. A.S. Huddleston in Arizona; and three brothers-in-law, Charles McDermott of Butte, Hugh McDermott in Washington and Rev. W.K. McDermott in California.
Funeral services will take place Wednesday morning from St. Patrick's church, where requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Holy Cross cemetery. The body was taken yesterday to Duggan-Merrill mortuary.
This obit is provided as a courtesy; I am not related to, nor do I have any personal knowledge of any of the above-named families