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Background Information

Employment History

Unit Director

Verde Historical Society

Director

Old Town Association

Affiliations

Board Member and Ambassador
Cottonwood Lions Club

Charter Member
Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis

Web References (8 Total References)


Verde Valley Online

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Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, playing a key role in the Clemenceau Museum, belonged to Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.

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Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2 in Cottonwood. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.


Verde Valley Online

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Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, playing a key role in the Clemenceau Museum, belonged to Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.

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Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2 in Cottonwood. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.


Verde Valley Online

www.verdevalleynews.com [cached]

Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, playing a key role in the Clemenceau Museum, belonged to Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.

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Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2 in Cottonwood. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.


Verde Valley Online

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Phineas Walsh

Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2.
Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.
Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker.
He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.
Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.
Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, playing a key role in the Clemenceau Museum, belonged to Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.
A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.
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Phineas Walsh
Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2 in Cottonwood.
Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.
Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker.
He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.
Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.
Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.
A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.


Verde Valley Online

www.verdevalleynews.com [cached]

Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, playing a key role in the Clemenceau Museum, belonged to Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.

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Phineas Walsh Well-known community leader Phineas Keith Walsh, 67, of Cottonwood died July 2 in Cottonwood. Mr. Walsh was born Aug. 24, 1932, in Bay Port, Mich.Mr. Walsh was retired from the Ramada Management Institute.Among his other careers, he was an area manager for Transamerica Title as well as a carpenter and cabinetmaker. He also worked in real estate sales, insurance sales and as a commercial fisherman.In recent years, he served as director of the Old Town Association.He owned his first business, a pool hall, at the age of 16.Mr. Walsh moved to Arizona in 1963 and first lived in Verde Village from 1971-74.He lived Camp Verde and Lake Montezuma from 1979-83 and then moved back to Cottonwood after his retirement in 1994.Active in numerous civic organizations, Mr. Walsh was past president of the Cottonwood Lions Club, a former board member and ambassador for the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce, a unit director for the Verde Village Property Owners Association.He was also a member of the Verde Historical Society, Toastmasters, Arizona Real Estate Exchangers, was a charter member of the Lake Montezuma-Rimrock Kiwanis and the Verde Valley Kiwanis, the American Legion and was a volunteer fireman in Fairgrove, Mich.A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Panama during the Korean Conflict.

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