Dr. Leo J. Flanagan, one of the county’s well-known physicians and surgeons, is located in South San Francisco where he has been practicing for the past year. Before moving into this county Dr. Flanagan had a large practice in San Francisco. Dr. Flanagan is another of the young professional men who has been attracted to San Mateo County by the wonderful opportunities that the future holds. He sees a great period of growth and prosperity ahead for South San Francisco and his confidence in this era of development was such that he gave up a flourishing practice in San Francisco
Michael Flangan, Kingston, clerk of Kingston for thirty-six years, is a native of Elphin, county of Roscommon, Ireland, dating his birth, September 28, 1823. His father was Loughlin Flanagan, a merchant; his mother, Margaret Murray. In his youth our subject spent five years in a diocesan school, receiving a good English and classical education; came to Canada in 1841, and settled in Kingston, residing here since that date. He was articled to Charles Stuart, barrister, and subsequently to Francis Manning Hill, of the same profession, serving meanwhile as assistant town clerk. In 1845 he was appointed town clerk, and the
Success comes not to the man who idly waits, but to the faithful toiler whose work is characterized by intelligence and force; it comes only to the man who has the foresight and keenness of mental vision to know when and where and how to exert his energies, and thus it happens that but a small proportion of those who enter the “world’s broad field of battle” come off victors in the struggle for wealth and position. James Flanagan, a worthy pioneer and successful businessman of Boise, is one of the many good citizens that Ireland has furnished the United
La Grande, Union County, Oregon Bessie Flanagan, 67, of 805 Washington Ave., died Monday, Jan. 28, at her home. Mrs. Flanagan was born Aug. 12, 1912 at Wilbur, Wash., the daughter of Oswald and Clara (Campbell) Scheibner. She married Aaron B. Flanagan on July 29, 1931 at Davenport, Wash. They moved to this area in 1938. Mr. Flanagan preceded her in death on Jan. 6, 1967 Survivors include her sons, Roy Flanagan, Italy; Larry Flanagan, La Grande; daughters, June Wood and Katherine Moore, both of La Grande; brother, Carl Scheibner, Wilbur, Wash; 13 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and other relatives. Services
Larry Flanagan, 71, of La Grande died Oct. 11 in Boise. A memorial service will begin at 11 a.m. Monday at Daniels Chapel of the Valley, 1502 Seventh St. Larry was born in Wilbur, Wash., on July 24, 1936. He grew up on a farm at the foot of Mount Emily in the Grande Ronde Valley and lived in the area most of his life. He worked at Boise Cascade for 46 years, retiring in 2002. He loved fishing, hunting and traveling. His last hunting trip was about two weeks ago. His last big trip was a cruise to Alaska.