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Elisha Havens Kahlo ’29

Published in Dec. 15, 1999, issue

Monte died on Jan. 15,1999. He prepared for college at Andover. At Princeton he was on the Prince, Nassau Herald, Bric-a-Brac, and ran cross country. He belonged to Court Club and roomed with Chas Buschmann.

Monte worked 35 years for the Indiana Bell Telephone Co., and then worked 20 years in nonprofit service. He was cofounder of the Indianapolis Meals on Wheels, a director of the Historic Landmarks Foundation, and a director of the Indiana Council on Aging. He served as pres. of the Indianapolis Servicemen's Center and v.p. of the Executive Service Corps.

He was a licensed attorney and a graduate of the Benjamin Harrison law school, but never practiced law.

He is survived by his wife, Ellen Rogers, whom he married in 1937; daughters Elizabeth Cabot and Eleanor Callahan; and son Clarke. The class extends sincere sympathy to the members of Monte's family.

The Class of 1929

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