Clipped From The Evening Standard
Drzaz- DEATH NOTICES annual be LESN1CK. RITA (TAT E)--Ago SI years, of R.D. 1, McClellanmown, dierl J u n e 2-\, 1969 in the University Medical Center, Mor^atitrwn. W. Va. She was a memher of Mary's It.C. Church. Leckrone, and was employed by the- Mason- lovvn lUanutocIurhig Company, Stic was predeceased bv her father. Richard Tate in 1919. Surviving arc her husband. William Vf. I^es- nick; her mother. Mrs. Margaret Tate of Erienborn: one brother. Richard TMe of Etlenborn; one sister. Mrs.' Jack [Margaret) Wilson Wilson of Woodbury, N.J. Friends will be received in the Yoney Funeral Home, Mnsontmvn, Thmsdav and Friday from 1 io 10 p m where prayer services will be Saturday morning at n am fnl- Jowel by JtequJcm HieJi Mass at 9:30 in the St. Mary's H.C. Church. Leckrone with Ttev. Fr. Joseph Hmelyar as celebrant. Interment in the church cemetery.