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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1968 OBITUARIES William C. Mandell William C. Mandell, 70, of 63 Bell street, a retired longshoreman longshoreman at CILCO terminal, died yesterday in Park City hospital. Services will take place Wednesday Wednesday at S a.m. in the Louis A. Abriola and son funeral home, 426 East Washington avenue, and at 9 o'clock in St. Ambrose church with a requiem Mass. Burial Burial will be in St. Michael's ceme- ceme- Raymond W. Harris post 115, VFW will conduct its ritual Tuesday Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the funeral home. The Holy Name society of St. Ambrose church will recite the Rosary Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the funeral home. A lifelong resident of this cily, Mr. Mandell was a member of the Army's Yankee division during during World War I. He was past National National Supreme and a lifelong: menihcr of the Military Order of the Cooties, past Sea squirrel of Pup Tent 3, Park City Military Order of the Cootie, and a mem-1 mem-1 mem-1 ber of the V.A.V.5., advisory committee committee of the Veteran's hospital, at West Haven. Raymond Harris Post 145, VFW, Harry W. Cong-don Cong-don Cong-don post of the Americnn Legion, Park City Barracks 771. World War 1 Veterans, the Bridgeport chapter of Yankee division veterans veterans association, and the Holy Name Society of St. Ambrose church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Louise Heissner Mandell; three1 George W. Mozier George W. Mozier, 61, of 37 Old road, Weslport. a retired employe employe of the Fairfield Country club, died yesterday in St. Vin- Vin- Services will take place Wednesday Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. in the Fairfield Fairfield funeral home of Charles W. Dougicilo and Sons, 36 South Pine Creek road, and at 9 o'clock in St. Luke's church, Weslport. Burial will be in Oaklawn ceme- ceme- Si:rv.v.-,;5 Si:rv.v.-,;5 Si:rv.v.-,;5 are his wife. Mrs. Stella Backicl Mozier; two sons. John Mozier of Stratford and chief petty Officer George Moz- Moz- stationea with the U.S. Navy at Oak Harbor, Wash.; a daughler, Miss Francos Mozier of Westport; a brother, Anthony Mozier of Fairfield; two sisters, Miss Katherine Mozier and Mrs. Julia Lezinsky, both of Fairfield, Fairfield, and seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Frank !lanz Mrs. Magda Ann Vegi Hanz, 85, of 785 Brewster street, widow of Frank ifanz, died yesterday in Park Avenue Convalescent hospital. hospital. Services will take place Wednesday Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. in the Lesko funeral home, 1390 Fairfield avenue, avenue, and at 9 o'clock in Holy Joseph M. Rucco Joseph M. Rucco, 54, 178 Szost drive, Fairfield, a painter employed employed by the Emil Stempen company of Bridgeport, was stricken ill Saturday in his home and dead on arrival at Bridgeport Bridgeport hospital. Services will take place tomorrow tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in the Fairfield chapel of Wilmot, West and Goulding, 1209 Post road, and at S o'clock at the Holy l-amily l-amily l-amily church with a quiem Mass. Burial will bt I.iwncroft Born in Hughsi Rucco lived in the Bridgeport area ror acout ju years, lie served in the U.S. Army during during World War II. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Carmenia Bradie Rucco; two sons, Daniel J. Rucco stationed with the Army at Aberdeen three brothers, James Rucco of Bridgeport, Dominic Rucco, of Moosic, Pa., and George Rucco of Pittston, Pa; five sisters, Miss Ann Rucco and Mrs Chri tine Jones, of Pittston, Pa. Mrs Helen Lcman of New Jersey, Mrs. Grace Vandrak ot Cleveland. Cleveland. Ohio, and Miss Rose Marie Marie Rucco, of New Jersey; and several nieces and nephews. George Pistey Services for George Pistey, 91, of 73 Pennsylvania avenue, father ot Edward C. Pistey, superintend ent ot Lakeview cemetery, who died Saturday in Park City hospital, hospital, will lake place today at 8:15 CD — EMPLOYMENT PLATING FOREMAN AVAILABLE Box 7721, Post-Telegram Post-Telegram Post-Telegram Experienced NURSES AIDE Box 7769 Post-Telegram Post-Telegram Post-Telegram fthnirrtAUC MaArlarlf viiwiiww|* iiwwmii (Ages 9-13) 9-13) 9-13) SAINT JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH fBoyj need not be Episcopalians) Salary — Valuable musical training Call 335-2528 335-2528 335-2528 for appointment- appointment- with Mr. Fowler, Choirmaster FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 09 Sep 1968, Mon,
  3. Page 22

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