Josephine Trombino Obituary 1938

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Josephine Trombino Obituary
1938 - OBITUARIES outLr& " Death Takes Singer Miss...
OBITUARIES outLr& " Death Takes Singer Miss Josephine Adeline Trom - bino, 20 - year - old dauehter of Mr. jand Mrs. Joseph Trombino, 120 ; South Second street, Steelton, died ; yesterday afternoon at her home. miss rromoi - ?s55S"G8s no was ill ; since last No - ! vember. At i that that time j she was forc - 1 ed to resign! her position! with the State.' ; Miss Trombi - no was known' : through ; the commu nitv fnr hpr I ability as a Miss Trombino ; singer. She participated in numerous numerous musical festivals in Steelton i and sang in the choir of St. Ann's ; Catholic Church. I She was graduated from Steelton Steelton High School in 1936, having stood third in her class. During her school career she had served , as advertising manager of Steel Points, a school publication; vice - president of the Owaissa Club, j vice - president of the Eurydice , Club and was in the cast of the senior play and had the lead in the school operetta. Surviving in - addition to her parents parents are one brother, Albert Trom - bino, Harrisburg; one sister, Louise Trombino. at home, and her grandfather, Frank Marsico. I Requiem High Mass will be cel - I ebrated Thursday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Steelton. The Rev. Mi chael J. O'Flynn, rector, will be celebrant. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at the - home tomorrow night. FUNERAL THURSDAY FOR MRS. KEEFER Mrs. Lizzie Novinger Keefer, 90, widow of John A. Keefer, who died yesterday at the home of her son, John E. Keefer, of near Millersburg, will be held Thursday Thursday morning at 10.30 o'clock, at the home of her son. Further services will be held in the Brethren Brethren in Christ Church, near Millersburg. Millersburg. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. She was a native of the vicinity and a life member of the church. . Friends may call at the home of John Keefer tomorrow night. Surviving are the following sons and daughters: The Rev. Jacob V., James H., John E. and Joseph Keefer, Mrs. Emma Romberger, Miss Mary Alice, at home; Mrs. John E. Lebo, Elizabethtown; Mrs Alvin A. Leitzel, Sparrows Point, Md.; these brothers and sisters, Mrs. Enhart Derfler, Kirksville, Mo.; Mrs. Susan Shott, Novinger, Mo.; - Mrs. J. D. Keefer, Millers burg; Miss Lucy Novinger, Har risburg; Mrs. Ida, Warfel, New Kensington; Jacob Novinger, Enola; George Novinger, Rife, and Aaron Novinger, Orlando, Fla.; twenty - two grandchildren, and nineteen great - grandchildren. MRS. JOHX A. DEAX Mrs. Laura M. Dean, 67, wife of John A. Dean, 1001 Manada street, died of a heart attack yes terday at her home. Surviving in addition to her husband are three sons, Orover Walker, Steelton; Joseph Walker, Enola, and Lewis

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph07 Jun 1938, TuePage 7

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)07 Jun 1938, TuePage 7
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