Clipped From The Scranton Republican
Obituary Michael J, Sheerin Gaimed by Death Funeral Will Be Held on Friday Morning Michael J. Sheerin, 59, who had been employed for many yean as a foreman by the Scran ton Coal Com pany and later by the Perm Anra cite Mining Company, died yesterday morning In hit home, 615 Stafford Avenue. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sheerin, pioneer residents of this city. He was active In labor, fraternal and political circles. For a number of years he was Democratic Democratic committeeman from hi ward. He also was active In the temperance movement and was affiliated with the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Besides his widow, he leaves two daughters, Mrs. Madeline sheerin Heran and Miss Christine Sheerin; a son, Patrick, of the state employment bureau here; a sister, Mrs. James L. Cooney, this city; and a brother, Frank Sheerin, Elmira, N. 7. The funeral will be held on Friday morning with a requiem mass In Church of the Nativity at ' 9:30 o'clock. Interment, Cathedral Cemetery. Cemetery. Arrangements by John Durkan.