Bessie I. (Bowser) Croyle
1 Mrs. Bessie I, Croyle Â·itfrs. Bessie I. Croyle, 86, . Riverview Drive, New Kensington, died at 2:55 a.m. tbVlay in her home following extended illness. Born Dec. 27, 1885 in Armstrong Armstrong County, she was a daughter of Roland S. and Matilda (Wolffe) Bowser. A resident of New Kensington for 5C years, she was a of the Maranatha Bible Church of New Kensington, the Dorcas Sunday School Class and the National Association of Gideons. ' Surviving are three sons, - James R., Robert R. Jr. and Ray W., all of New Kensington; three daughters, Mrs. Norman f Ola) Tress and Mrs. Edward ('Beatrice) Clawson, both of New Kensington and Mrs. Edward (Mary Lou) Spires Lighthouse Point, Fla.; three brothers, Warren and Ernest Bowser of New Kensington William Bowser of Markle; sisters, Mrs. Oda Zellefrow of Kittanning and Mrs. Erma grampton of Huntington, W. Vafj. 13 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Her husband, Robert R. Croyle Sr., died May 23, 1963. GROYLE -- Friends of Mrs. Bessie I. Croyle, who died August 19, 1972, are being received after 7 p.m. today the Ross G. Walker Funeral Home, 217 Freeport Road, Kensington. Services will be 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home with the Rev. Allen M. Cj^k, pastor of the Christian 'Jftis.sionary and Alliance Church of Verona, officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park, Lower Bur- felj. Arrangements by Walker.