Newspaper Clippings for
loose clipping, source unknown 14 May 1941
Thomas Carnahan, 52, Dies in Home Here
Thomas H. Carnahan, 52, 1017 Poplar st., a resident of Lake
county since 1914, died today at his home. He had been ill
the last year.
Born in Mount Vernon, Ill., Mr. Carnahan was a retired
agent for the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad. A
prominent Mason, he was a past master of the Millburn
lodge, A. F. and A. M.; a member of the Order of the
Eastern Star, Millburn chapter; the Waukegan Royal Arch
Masons, and the Central Christian church.
Surviving Mr. Carnahan are his wife, Ruth four children,
Gail, Robert and Clarissa, Waukegan, and Mrs. Jack Fulton,
Los Angeles; his father, J. R. Carnahan, and a brother,
both of Mount Vernon.
The Rev. Horace Dunn will conduct the funeral services at
the White and Tobin funeral home Saturday at 2 p.m. Masonic
services will take place at Greenwood cemetery. The body
will be at the funeral home until services are held.