1968 January 3 Kenneth D. Stull

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1968 January 3 Kenneth D. Stull - BURROUGHS ME" ended ano never goes by thoughts...
BURROUGHS ME" ended ano never goes by thoughts are here is the . you are my heart will aoways it is I "· day . . . tibe we knew now said and my way when . tend to each kiss . . . of clover almost constantly tbey are . . it's wrong . . . of this . . yet with hour . . . I . . . with me inside my so it is that . . cannot keep WICKE Page 1) and Tracy as borough to clarification fee and term presently retainer of renamed the Bank first Monday 8 p.m. was for regular following chairmen: Or- order, Alwine; civic and water and streets, Wagner; Complete committees released from the hi which a made for borough superintendent, agreed to to fill the meantime, have applied and these along be secured Council set for the annual assistant. A Wolfe, Wagner, will interview January COUNTY NATIVE DIES OF BURNS IN CAR CRASH A 44-year-old Adams County native, father of three children, was fatally injured at 1:05 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, when his car was struck by a tractor-trailer on the Susquehanna Expressway, ·near"' fee"' 'iKcatit's'' Motor' ^nhY while he was returning home from work at the American Machin* and Foundry Company, York. The victim, Kenneth D. Stull, W. Keller St., Mechanicsburg, was pronounced dead at the scene 35- Dr. H. Malcolm Read, York County coroner, who said death was due to first and second degree bums. Richard H. Gingerich, 28, York R. 5, driver of the tractor-trailer, and his passenger, David L. De- lioff, 24, Dallastown, escaped injury, Harrisburg State Police said. STRUCK FROM REAR Police reported mat Stull and Gingerich were traveling north on the expressway, when Stull slowed v to make a left turn toward liis Mechancisburg home, a half- mile from the York-Dauphin County line. The Gingerich truck failed to stop and ran into the rear of Stull's vehicle, forcing it over an embankment, where it landed on its roof and burst into flames. Fadrview Twp. firemen extinguished the blaze. The truck was owned by Jedco Corporation, York R. 5. Stull had been employed as a welder for AQVEF, York, for the past few years. The deceased was born August 14, 1923, at Gettysburg R. 3, son of the late Simon and Linnie Harshman Stull. He resided in the Gettysburg area and attended the local schools. After Navy service in World War H he was employed by the C. H. Musselman Co., Biglerville, prior to moving to Mechandcsburg. FUNERAL FRIDAY Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Gladdis C. Stull; three daughters, Kathy, Louann and Carolyn Stull, all at home; six brothers: Lloyd, Biglerville R. 1; Paul, Connecticut; Amos, Barlow; Milferd, Clairmont, Calif.: Clement, New Oxford, and Charles Stull; two sister: Mrs. Helen Mdckley. Ato- bottstown R. 1, and Mrs. May Mallott, Worfordsburg, Pa. He was a member of the American Legion Post Mechanicsburg, and St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Mechandcsburg. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from ifce Myers Funeral Home, Mechanicsburg, with his pastor, the Rev. Gale M. Gregor, officiating. Interment will be in Rolling Green Cemetery, Mechanicsburg. At ffice parking 22 link for sords ot. that any hat of 1971. day cost $80 be A and his sources and for special motorized The not

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  1. The Gettysburg Times,
  2. 03 Jan 1968, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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