william V tobin - mary reds carletti's father
Alto See Demit WILLIAM V. TOWN, 62, of aiter Ave., Feltonville, a bartender in the Chester area most of his life, died Sunday, in Sacied Heart Hospital. Bom in Chestnut Hill, he moved o Delaware County with his parents as a child and;lived in Upper Chichester and .Tcainer. In his youth, he was noted as a baseball player. He is survived by his widow, Margaret, a daughter, Mrs. Gabriel Carletti of Chester; four grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Cora Tobin of Trainer, Mrs. Herbert Soppcr of Nether Providence, Mrs. Benjamin Jakeman of Ger- manlown, Mrs. Byron Doane of 'roydeii and Mrs. Limvood Ellis of Chester, and a brother, Charles, of Chester. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday in the Robert Moreland funeral home, 9th and Main Sts., Trainer. Calling hours will be Thursday evening after 7. Burial will be in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Boolhwyn.