Kendall Cronin McCallum

08/29/1921 — 06/21/2002

From Richland, WA, US | Born in Mellette, South Dakota

Kendall Cronin McCallum

Kendall Cronin McCallum, 80, a former resident of Vancouver for 45 years and most recently of Richland, Washington passed away at the Tri-Cities Chaplaincy Hospice House, Kennewick, Washington on June 21, 2002.

He was born on August 29, 1921 in Mellette, South Dakota, served as a pilot in the U.S. Navy until retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Commander and was employed by the Bonneville Power Administration.

He was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Vancouver,Washington.

He is survived by four daughters and their husbands, Luella GaryOyler of Modesto, California, Linda FrankMead of Sparks, Nevada, Janice EdRieger of Tillamook, Oregon and Cindy AbbasMostala of Richland, Washington. Kendall had 18 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren.

Kendall was preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Dorothy Ellen in 1985.

A memorial service will be held June 24, 2002 at Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home at 1:30 P.M. with graveside service to follow at Park Hill Cemetery.

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  • Ken was a very honest and loving man. He loved his family and his family loved him. In the last few months, when we called him to take his shower, he would forget to wash his hair. So, when we get to his room, after puting on his cloths and coming out shower my wife would notice that he forgot washing his hair. So, she ask him to go back to wash his hair. He would go back into the shower and wash his hair without any complaint. He always had thankful attitude.

    I love you Ken and thank you for everything. We all thank God for you being a part of our lives. God bless you in heaven.

    Abbas Mostala
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US
  • Ken was a very honest and loving man. He loved his family and his family loved him. In the last few months, when we called him to take his shower, he would forget to wash his hair. So, when we get to his room, after puting on his cloths and coming out shower my wife would notice that he forgot washing his hair. So, she ask him to go back to wash his hair. He would go back into the shower and wash his hair without any complaint. He always had thankful attitude.

    I love you Ken and thank you for everything. We all thank God for you being a part of our lives. God bless you in heaven.

    Abbas Mostala
    November 4, 2014
    Richland, WA, US