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 - tomorrow and Friday. GERALD S. KERLING MRS. D....
tomorrow and Friday. GERALD S. KERLING MRS. D. Raley, -- Gerald Shermanjthe ur«.f- ''H A 546 Pied , mont Leroy Haas, Street, was dead on arnval yes-! she terday at Potomac Valley Hos- issr, P 1 -*- - . lof the late Charles and I Hs was born m Westernport,'(Fisher) P * s , on . of .- M "- ^^^etfFazen-iRossE. baker) Kerling and the late Ar-| tmir Kerling. of the United Methodist i'j.r. Aeriing was a paper-and maker at the Luke Mill of West-! vaco Corporation and was a member of Luke Local 676,jDuckford UPP, AFL-CIO, and of Hiram'McGowan, Lodge 103. AF AM and the Brooks Ksyser Church of the Brethren. |Mrs. Survivors include his widow,(resided; Bessie (Round) Kerling; onejCassville. son, John Kerling, at home; two;Jr., brothers, William Kerling, Bar- ton; Leon Kerling, Catonsville; five sisters, Mrs. Arthur FisherjSwanton; and Mrs. Robert Ralston, bothjMidland; of Westernport; Mrs. Harry:36 Kyle, Barton, Mrs. John Mit-j Friends cheU, EUicott City, and Mrs.;the Richard Baer, Lonaconbg. IWestover, Fnends will be received at where the Boal Funeral Home in West- ed ernport from 2 to 4 and 7 to Ellyn p - r n - | interment will be in Services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Western- port Church of the Brethren by ton oody will be taken the church at noon Saturday. MRS. "--· ^ pastor. 'Gladys t Lawn i dj e d i Memorial B o r to daughter

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  1. The Cumberland News,
  2. 12 Sep 1974, Thu,
  3. Page 35

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