Clipped From The Bridgeport Telegram
Rites Conducted For John Pekar Services for John Stephen Pe kar, 73, of 288 Orchard street, father of Ihe Rev. Joseph W. Pekar of St. Joseph's church, Danbury, who died Tuesday, took place Friday in St. John's church with a requiem M.l! chael's cemetery. Concelebrants of the Mass ere The Rev. Joseph Pekar, r. Pekar's son, the Rev. Flo-an Flo-an Flo-an Pekar and the Rev. Fran cis Galla. The Most Rev. Wal- Wal- W. Curtiss, Bishop of Bridgeport, gave the final pray- pray- rs of absolution. Chaplains to the Bishop were ic Rev. Albert A. Tomasko. and the Uev. Stephen Grinval- Grinval- St. Mi Master of Ceremonies \v a s .e Rev. Raymond A. Pcolka. Crossbearer w a s the Rev. John Pitonak. Candlebearers were the Rev. Robert Onze and the Rev. Raymond Raymond Filip. seated in the church were the Rt. Rev. Michael J. Car-nicke, Car-nicke, Car-nicke, the Rt. Rev. Edward Duffy, Duffy, the Rev. John F. Murco, the Very Rev. William A. Genuar- Genuar- 0, tne Rev. William Mclnncs, J.J., the Very Rev. George Curtiss, the Rev. Ralph Buon-zervino. Buon-zervino. Buon-zervino. the Rev. Alfred Biet-ghofer, Biet-ghofer, Biet-ghofer, the Rev. Gerald P. Dc- Dc- vore. the Rev. Peter A. Demar- Demar- the Rev. Fdward B. Hallor-the Hallor-the Hallor-the Rev. Richard J. Mona-, Mona-, Mona-, the Rev. Lawrence F. Ca-, Ca-, Ca-, the Rev. Patrick Healy, Rev. Francis Salamon, the '. Albert L. Harvat. the Rev. Joseph H. Gorecki. the Rev. John Gonzalez, the Rev. Frank Dellolio, ihe Rev. Edward Co-an, Co-an, Co-an, chaplain at Andrews Air Force base, Washington, D.C., the Rev. Edward Murawski Greeorv M. Smith the Rev. W. Philip Coleman, t h f Rev. Paul Rcvore, the Rev. Fd ward F. Doyle, the Rev. Fran cis Poszlusnv, the Rev. Robert waiy, tue Rev. Tlinmac Green, the Rev. Joseph Choch la, the Rev. Peter Dora, tl Rev. Cornelius Lonev, the Re Edward B. Karl, the Rev. Paul M. Spodnik, the Rev. Lawrence J. McMahon, the Rev. W. Law rence O Neil, the Rev. Harry L naie, me Kev. francis A. Hale and the Rev. Martin O'Connor The committal was read b\ the concelebrants of the Mass. Bearers were Michael E Ko, Stephen Pekar, Frank Duch, ■lunn iNemergut, Richard Sal mon and William Duch. A delegation from the H n I Trinity society, of which M i-eKar i-eKar i-eKar was a member, was i attendance.