Yeash, Steve, The Evening Standard, Uniontown, 6 Oct 1955, p. 13

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Yeash, Steve, The Evening Standard, Uniontown, 6 Oct 1955, p. 13 - -m Steve Yeash Kills Himself Steve T. Ycash,...
-m Steve Yeash Kills Himself Steve T. Ycash, 48-year-old for- ner county baseball p l a y e r , langed himself yesterday in the basement of (he Eagle: Club 1356, Brownsville. , Ycash was a bartender at Hie :lub. His body was found at 3:30 ?.m. He had been reported in ill health lor several months. Previously employed in the Monongahela Monongahela Railroad s h o p at Brownsville, Mr. Ycash was an ex-pitcher and first baseman in :he Pleasant Valley League about 20 years ago, and later with the Frick River League and the Brownsville team. Surviving are his widow, Mary Patsko Yeash; three daughters, Stephanie, Antoniette, Sylvia; one son, Steve Jr., all at home; three Drothers, Tony, James, Edward, Carmichaels; four sisters, Mrs. Ann Dreago, Miller; Mrs. Mary 8T4NIUID, UMONIOWK, Zemnalc, Stroudsburg; MM. John Reme'.la, Glassport, and Mrs. Helen Helen Polosky, Republic. Friends will be received in the Skirpan Funeral Home, Browns- OCTOMft ville, ifler? p.m. todiy. .e.. ments A bale of cotton has » frosj weight of about 500 pounds. Smell How Fresh · · a« you rok. oH rti» Inild* gold aluminum foil wr*f I

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