- Martha Peterson at work on BK Campus!.
- Martha Peterson, Class of 1965; donning her favorite Bishop Kelly Baseball sweatshirt, and armed with her garden gloves and shovel, pulled onto BK's campus with a carload of flowers; which she lovingly planted around the landmark rock at the entrance of Peterson Field, named after her parents Dr. Roy & June Peterson. Thank you Martha, for making the grounds of Bishop Kelly even more beautiful!
John McConnell (April 22, 1947 - June 18, 2019)
John McConnell passed away at home surrounded by family on June 18, 2019. John was a man who loved his family, classmates and country. John is a true American Hero. Our beloved classmate John McConnell pasted away on June 18, 2019 and there will be a funeral service for him on March 19, 2020 in Boise. It will include a military service with taps and flag presentation to the family at the Idaho Veterans Cemetery, which is accessed through the Dry Creek Cemetery located north of Boise.
Obituary - you can write a note on Obituary page here (coming soon)
Daniel "Hoot" G. Gibson (March 3, 1947 - April 25, 2019)
Daniel Gary Gibson, Jr., known as Hoot, passed away April 25 in Caldwell, ID. He was born March 3, 1947, in Spokane, WA to Daniel and Elizabeth Gibson.
John said, "I am survived by the love of my life, Nancy, son Nik and his family, stepsons Scott Hiner and Chad Hiner and their families, sister Linda and her family and Nancy’s brother Carl and his wife Mary.
There will be no services. I don’t like to be the center of attention."
Julie Byrne, Mike's wife, reported that Mike had been ill for a year before his passing and wanted to let us all know of his passing and that she loved him very much and misses him greatly. Born March 18, 1946. Is survived by Linda Byrne Montgomery and wife Julie.
Welcome to Bishop Kelly High School Class of 1965
The Bishop Kelly High School, Class of 1965 was the greatest group of friends imaginable. Most of our classmates grew up together: preschool, elementary, high school, even college for some. There were many events that bound us together: Christianity, sports, dances, births, deaths, old school (St. Teresa’s), new school (BK), and being socially involved in each others lives, day-in and day- out. Our lives were so intertwined, it is hard to figure out how or why we ever managed to move away from one another. This class was “American Graffiti”. Many loses that pull at our heart-strings include several friends never forgotten.
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