thi 19 DeVito's funeral rites set The funeral for union official Louis J. DeVito, 58, of 536' Front St., Chester, will be a.m. Monday at the Nacrelli Funeral Home, 2217 Providence Ave., Chester. Requiem mass will be 9:30 a.m. at St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Chester. Calling hours will be 7 to p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Delaware County Coroner Larry Rendin said DeVito died a coronary occlusion. Mr. DeVito, s e c r treasurer of International Long shoremen's Association Local 1290, was found dead Thursday in the local's hall, where he lived. A lifelong Chester resident, was employed at one time Sun Shipbuilding Dry Dock Co., Chester. He also was a member of Philadelphia Longshoremen's Local. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Celeste Catarelli of Thornbury and Mrs.' Mary Gonzalez of Chester; a son, Louis J. DeVito Jr. of Chester; iwo brothers, Domenic of Chester and Joseph of Edgemoor, Del., and eight grandchildren.