Clipped From Poughkeepsie Journal
Funeral home owner - operator, James F.X. Delehanty, 68, dies. WAPPINOERS FALLS James FJC. Delehanty, owner - operator of the Delehanty Funeral Home la Wapplngers Wapplngers Falls ttace ll. died Monday Monday at his home. Mr. Delehanty, M. of U B. Mam SL, was a lifelong resident of Wapplngers Wapplngers Falls. Mr. Delehanty was a member of the tth Infantry Division Association, the American Association of Retired Persons and the Victor I Brscone Post No. Sill of the Veterans of Foreign Foreign Wars. He was a life member of the S.W. Johnson Engine Company No. 2 and a former member of the Wapplngers Falls American Legion. Mr. Delehanty served la the VS. Army during World War II as a medical medical technician. He was awarded the American Defense Service Medal and the European, African. Middle - Eastern Service Medal. He was a graduate of SL Mary's school. Wapplngers Falls High School and the American Academy of Funeral Service in New York City. He was born Nov. 11. ISIS, la Wapplngers Wapplngers Falls, the soa of James F. and Anna HooUhsa Delehanty. Ha was married Sept. 12. 1M2. hi Red Hook to Madeline A'BraD, who la addition to his wife. Mr. Dele - hanty la survived by three sons. James F. Delehanty and Kevta A. Dtlehanty. both of Wapplngers Fans. aad Robert J. Delehanty of Poagh - keepsle: on daughter. Sharon M. f..'" BJ'.i!.W,B,' u T - PPW UU (Franklin County): five grand - "children, several nieces, nephews and cousins. Calling hours will be Wednesday from T to I pjn. and Thursday from 2 toandJtoln.m.atlbeDelehaBty Funeral Home. MB. Main SL.Wap - pmiwro ran, in .w. JOttttsoa Ba glae Company No. 2 wUl conduct services services Thursday at T:M p.m. A Mass of the Christian Burial will be offered Friday at II a.ra. at SL Mary's Church. II Clinton SL. Wapplngers Wapplngers Falls. Burial will be la Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery. Town of Poughkeepsie. Poughkeepsie. Memorial donations may b mads to the church.