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Thelma W Kaplan. Died 20 September 1999. Desert Hot Springs, California
Patricia Alice Moore Keedy,  (June 25, 1914, Los Angeles - September 10, 2006.)  was preceded in death by her husband, CL Keedy Jr.   She was a dedicated and loving wife and mother as well as the consummate volunteer. She was a graduate of UCLA. During WWII she was a member of the International Red Cross and for many years worked at the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles. As the wife of a US Naval officer she found herself moving often but she always participated and led many charitable organizations wherever she lived. She was a member of the Altar Guild of Church of Our Saviour, San Gabriel and for many years she was an active member of the Altadena Guild for the Huntington Hospital and Huntington Medical Research Institute, serving as the organization's president twice. She was a Special Docent at The Huntington Library and after receiving her Master's Degree in Art History, she worked- on cataloging British prints at the Huntington Library Gallery.
Frederick Ranney Kellogg.  (Born 22 February, 1865 in Quasquetor, Iowa).  mr. Kellogg was the son of H. C. and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Kellogg.  He married Leota Smith in 1895.  Mr. Kellogg attended the grammar and high schools of Cherokee, Iowa.  After high school, he worked in the hardware business in Peterson, Iowa (1889).  He sold out and engaged in the same business at Laurens, Iowa.  After disposing of this business, he was employed by the law office of Judge C. H. Lewis of Sioux city, Iowa, where he remained for two years.  He then engaged in farming in the Cherokee, Iowa area, finally moving to Los Angeles, California in 1902, where he engaged in the oil business.  he was President of the British California Oil Company, Ltd., beginning in 1904; was President of the Kellogg oil company; President of F. R Kellogg & Co., Director of the National petroleum Company; Director of Richfield Oil Company; Director of Turner Oil Company; Director of Densmore Stabler Refining Company.  Was a member of the California Club of Los Angeles, and held membership in the Masonic fraternity, Scottish Rite, and reached the level of a 32nd degree.  He was also a Congregationalist.
Edgar I. Kendall.  (Born 11 April 1868 - Mount Vernon, New Hampshire), Lawyer.  Mr. Kendall was the son of Simeon F. and Mary (Clark) Kendall.  He married Susah H. Kimball in 1896.Mr. Kendall graduated from McCollom Institute, Mount Vernon, New Hampshire in 1886.  He then took a special course through the Law School, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts.  He was admitted to the bar in New Hampshire in 1893 and practiced law in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire until 1897, after which he moved to San Diego (1898) where he continued to practice.  He served as a member of the New Hampshire Legislature in 1901.  Mr. Kendall was a member of the Masonic fraternity, the I. O. O. F. and a Congregationalist.
Phillip M. Kent, long time member of First Congregational Church of Los Angeles and active on many of its Boards and Committees, died January 29, 2006
Josephine Kepler. Date of death unknown, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Lemuel W. Kirby (died 11 November 1942)  Mr. Kirby was a concert performer and voice teacher.  He had been teaching voice since his retirement from the stage.
Berenice Kirkland. Died 10 September 1992 in Phoenix, Arizona
Charles K Kling. Died 15 March 1991. Montebello, California
Carlos F Kumpe. Died 21 March 1999. Glendale, California

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