Genevieve Bujny Obit
M I liA1tnnueti Qr P Jw-Mrs. J.-MalinOWSklbr. J.-MalinOWSklbr. J.-MalinOWSklbr. Mrs. Joseph Malinowski Sr., 0 M, of 531 Electric St., the for- for- 12:30 p.m. yesterday" in St. Francis Hospital. She was bom in Pittsburgh Aug. 29, 1904, to the late Frank r- and Cecelia wiowsm uujny. Joseph Malinowski Sr. .tiirvivinfl are her husband Of' ' New Castle; three sons, Joseph Malinowski .Jr. of New Castle, Edward Malinowski of Pitts- Pitts- burgh and Larry Malinowski of "Bingharaton, N.Y.; one da'ugn- da'ugn- ter, Mra, Clyde (Stella) Brum- Brum- baugh of New Castle; three sis- sis- ters, Mrs. Chester (Ceculia) Wesolowski of D e tr oi t, Mrs. . Kennelh (Freda) Stillwagon of Butler and tin. Stanley (Wanda) Bonk of New Castle; two brothers, William Buiney and Henry Bujny, of New Cas- Cas- tie; and 10 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father In 1954, her mother In 1956, and a sister, Ida Bujny, tn 1926. Friends will be received at the Noga Funeral Home, S, Mill and E- E- Reynolds streets, from 2 to and 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow. A service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the funeral home WlUi KeiUi v. i-uzer i-uzer i-uzer m i the Jehovah Witness' Congrega- Congrega- Cemetery.