Clipped From The Bridgeport Telegram
Mahlon E. Breon SHELTON — Services for Mah lon E. Brenon, 45, of 10 Rolling Kidge roao, Huntington, an em ploye of the Sheehan Tire com pany here, w-ho w-ho w-ho died Saturday in West Haven V. A. hospi take place Tues day at 9: 15 a.m. in the Adzim£ tunerai nome, am Arctic street and at 10 o'clock in St. Paul's Episcopal church with the Rev Edward C. Morgan officiating Burial will be in St. John's cem eterv, Stratford. Born in State College, Pa. r. Breon resided in this area ) r many years. He was veteran of service with the U. S. Navy in World War II. Mr. eon belonged to the Ameri can Legion's Sylvan Crest memorial memorial post 117 and the Veteran's Veteran's club of Bellefonte, Pa. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Verona Haschak Breon; three sons, John Breon. Thomas Breon, Breon, and Mahlon Breon, Jr., all of Huntington: two daughters, Miss ueooran Breon ol mil ting ton and Mrs. Sandra Hyatt of Fallon, Nev.: four brothers, Ib- Ib- ra Breon, Rtifus Breon nnd Chal mors Breon, all of Bellefonte Pa., and Harold Breon of New ville. Pa.; three sisters. Mrs Itheal Woods of Elyria, Ohio Mrs. Amelia Tvichoatta of Meil ford, Mass., and Mrs. Thelma Walker, of Bellefonte, Pa.; twe grandchildren: and several nice es and nephews.