harry westfall 1943 obit
in- of mem- El- New- of Mon- Harry VV. Westfall. Harry W. Westfall, whose home was in Marysville, a utility brake- man and freight conductor for the Pennsylvania Railroad, died of a heart attack Sunday morning wniie working in the Enola yards. He was 52 years old. Westfall, who had been helping to make up a train, apparently felt the attack coming on and sat down on a pile of railroad ties. Fellow work ers found him slumped on the ties. He had been employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad since January 19, 1920. He was a member of Perry Lodge, No. 458, F. and A .M., of Marysville; Harrisburg Consistory, Scottish Rite Masons, Zembo Temple of the Shrine, and Tall Cedars of Lebanon of Harrisburg, and of the Railroad Broth erhood. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jennie Flickinger Westfall; one daughter, Miss Betty James West- fall; three sisters and one brother, Mrs. Mary Keim, Mrs. Gertrude Roberts, and Charles Westfall, ot Harrisburg, and Mrs. Dewey C. Bare, of Marysville. Funeral services were held at the Deckard funeral home, Marysville, this afternoon. Burial in Perry Heights cemetery. Thomas J. Zimmerman.