William Quick son of George Allen Quick
r g e died 21 of WILLIAM QUICK COALPORT -- William Quick, 7-year-old resident of Coal)ort, Coal)ort, died yesterday in the asburg State General Hospital. Prior to his retirement he mployed by the State Highways Highways Department. He was born Sept. 12, 1886 Moshannon, Centre County, a on of the late Thomas and Annie Quick. His wife, the former Martha Carver, preceded iim in death. He is survived by three and two daughters: George, }uy and David, all of Cuya- loga Falls, Ohio; Mrs James Vivian) Parsons, Altoona; tlrs. Joseph F. (Lorraine) Madormo of Coalport. A brother brother Alden Quick of Moshannon, and three sisters, Mrs. Irene ramer of Snow Shoe, M Sdith Fye of Moshannon and firs. Mary Brown of Nanty- Glo, also survive along with ight grandchildren, Friends will be received tonight tonight after 7 o'clock in t reorge R. Bell Funeral Home, loalport, where services will held Monday at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. John W. astor of the Coalport Method- st Parish, officiating Burial will be in the Askley cemetery at Moshannon.