Clipped From The Mercury
WILLIAM F. DONAHOWER Funeral services will be conducted at the Lewis M- Campbell funeral home, Phoenixville, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, for the late William F. Donahower, 29. formerly of Phoenixville, and well known in the Twin Boroughs, 'who died very suddenly of a brain hemmorhage Sunday afternoon at 2:15 o’clock in Episcopal hospital, Philadelphia. Burial will be made in Morris cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Rhoda (nee Rickards), formerly of Spring City; two children, William, 7, and Rickards, 4 and a brother, Kenneth Hume Donahower, Swedesboro, N. J. Dorahower visited a club Sunday I afternoon and complained of feeling fcJ1. He was taken to the home of a friend and lapsed into a coma. A physician was summoned and he was taken to the hospital. He died without regaining consciousness. He was born in Camden, N. J., a son of William and the late Cora fHume'» Donahower. His mother died when he was only three years of age. Until a few years ago he lived with an aunt, Mrs. W. K. Verbeke, 145 First avenue, Phoenixville. He was employed by the Phoenix Iron company and later by the Industrial Cold Storage firm, Philadelphia.