Shirley (1925 - 2005)
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Surnames: KEHOE MACK STERR
----Sources: Loyal TRG 16 November 2005
Mack-Kehoe, Shirley (17 SEP 1925 - 30 OCT 2005)
Shirley (nee Mack), 80, died Sunday night, Oct. 30, 2005, in Mesa, Ariz.
Shirley Mack was born in Loyal, on Sept. 17, 1925. She attended Loyal schools and graduated from Loyal High School in 1944. After graduation, she moved to Milwaukee and worked for the Milwaukee Brewers. When the Boston Braves moved to Milwaukee, she worked as personal secretary to General Manager John Quinn all the time the Braves were in Milwaukee. She numbered as her friends, many of the personnel and players of the team including Henry Aaron, Warren Spahn, and Lou Burdett. After the Braves left Milwaukee, she worked for the Phoenix Bureau of Land Management. She and her husband were avid ASU fans and for years had season tickets. She was a sweet person who always had a good word for everybody.
Survivors include her sons, James C. Kehoe, Danny G. Kehoe, and Mack C. Kehoe; her sister, Mildred Sterr, Safford, Ariz.; her brother, Vance Mack, Melbourne, Australia, and her twin brother, Sherrin Mack, Loyal; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Preceding her in death was her husband, Charles Mack Kehoe, in 1998.
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