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 - Charles Busl, 77, Former Area Contractor, Dies...
Charles Busl, 77, Former Area Contractor, Dies Charles A. Busl, 77, a long lime resident of ttlis area, died suddenly suddenly Friday at his residence, 753-1 Cenlennial Dr., E. E., Oxon Hill, Md., a suburb of Washington, Washington, D. C. The former area contractor had lived at Oxon Hill the past 15 years and bad done demolition work on Army buildings in (he Washington area. His last resi-jN. of a dence in this area was on Cum- miugs Ave., Williamstown. He leaves his wife, Marie C. Busl; two children at home, Joan and Carl Busl, and eight other children, Mrs. Muriel Belleau of city, F.arl L. ol Oxon Hill, Mrs. Dorothy Sweet of Pownal, Charles W. of this city, Mrs. Ida Nelson of Marblehcad, Mrs. Elna Jeffers of Alameda, Calif., E. of this city, and Thorn- (s E. Busl of Chatham, N. Y. also leaves numerous grand- 1»(13V children and great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held yeslerday al the Lee Funeral Home in Oxon Hill. Private burial will follow cremation. Persons who wish may make donations in Mr. Busl's memory the Heart Fund, and in the IU of of who

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  1. The North Adams Transcript,
  2. 09 Jul 1963, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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