Obituary of Raymond E. Redinger
the RAYMOND E. REDINGER Raymond E. Redinger, 75, dist Chaneysville, died Saturday at his home. of well ad- Born m Bedford County, Pa., he was a son of the late C. and Zella (Dicken) Redinger. He was a member of Chaneys- Â· Hie Pentecostal Church. Surviving are his wife, Mary P. (Miller) Redinger; his step- mother, Mrs. Jennie Redinger, Ciearvilie, Pa., RD 1; five sons, Hobart E. Redinger, Ciearvilie, RD 1; Roy W. Redinger, Green P-"i Springs, W. Va.; John T. Red- inger, Ramsey, N. J.; Earl inger, city, and Clifford J. Red- inger, Hollidaysburg, Pa.; five daughters, Mrs. Fern Mock Sproul, Pa.; Mrs. Ryntha and Mrs. Alma Heavner, Hagers- town; Mrs. Mary Bussard, Six Mile Run, Pa., and Mrs. Iva city; five brothers, Howard Red : " inger, city; Herman Redinger Ciearvilie, RD 1; Waiter Redinger Irwin, Pa.; Marshall and Grover Redinger, Everett; three sisters Mrs. Laura Smith, Mrs. Pear Zimmerman and Mrs. Sylvia Johnson, Everett, and a half-sis ter, Mrs. Freida Davis, Clear ville, RD 1; 44 grandchildren seven great grandchildren. The body is at the Connor Funeral Home, Everett, where friends will be received after 2 A service will be conducted a t h e Chaneysville Penlecosta Church tomorrow at 2 p.m. Hazel Devore, assisted by Rev J- Keller, will officiate and ment will be in Mt. Z'on Cemetery Everett.