Harry E. Vergosen Funeral
Funeral Services Here Monday For Harry E, Vergosen Funeral services for Harry E. Vergosen. 84, .of 15 Pearl Rd.', will b eheld Monday at 8:30 a. m. from the Buckmiller Funeral '•lome, 82 Fairview Ave.. to St. Francis' Church for a solemn ligh-Mass at 9. Burial will be in St. James' Cemetery. There are no calling hotirs. Mr. Vergosen died early last 'veiling in Washington. D. C.. at he -home of his daughter. Mrs. C. S Ching, 2540 Massachusetts Ave., after a brief illness He resided in East Orange, N. L, before coming to Naugatuck n 1956, and worked for the New fersey state Chamber of Com- nerce in Newatfc. N. J. for many veavs. He \vas a member of the -loly. Name Society of St. Brands' Church. Besides his daughter, he is urvived hy two sons, John W. Vergosen, NaugiUuck, and 1-Tugh \.. Hrosse Points, Michigan; a sister. Mrs. A. J. Versais, St. 3 ,iiil. Minn.; four grandchildren ind two great-grandchildren.