Clipped From The Bridgeport Telegram
Rev. George Filip [Services Today WESTBROOK-Services WESTBROOK-Services WESTBROOK-Services for the Rev. George A. Filip, 54, pastor of St. Mark's church, who died Sundiy will take place today at 11 a.m. in St. Mark's church pontifical requiei Burial will be at 3 p.m. in St, Michael's cemetery. Stratford. The body will lie in slate in the church until the funeral. The O'Connell funeral homi Post road, is in charge of a rangements. The nrincinal rolehrant will lip the Most Rev. Peler L. Gerety, bishop nf Portland. Maine, a classmate of Father Filin. ine cnnceieDranls will be the the Rev. John .1. Filip, his broth-er, broth-er, broth-er, pastor of St. Leo's church. Stamford; the Rev. Raymond Filip. a nenhew. assistant nastnr of Our Lady of Good Counsel cnurcn, Bridgeport: the Rev. Marshall Filip, a cousin, pastor the Rev. JoseDh Maco. a cousin pastor of All Saints church, New the Rev. Andrew Hajus, l. Dastor of St. Marv's church. Norwalk: Ihe Rev. Eu gene Solega, pastor or St. John's | church. Old Saybrook; the Rev. Maurice suiiivan, a pastor in St. Patrick's church. Mystic: the Rev. John Crawford, pastor of Incarnation church. Wethersfield. the Very Rev. James A. Connelly, Connelly, superintendent of schools. Archdiocese nf Hartford, and the John Anoia. O.F.M. Can.. hospital chaplain of the Lutheran hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Honorary bearers will be the Rev. John W. tfoble, rector of St. Pau 's Eoscona church. Westbrook; the Rev. William Zito. rector of the First Congregational Congregational church, Westbrook: Sgt. Theodore Haxton of the State Police; Police; James Sullivan, principal of the Westbrook high school, Robert J. Kennedy, Sr., diocesan representative; John J. Tynan, State Commissioner of Motor Vehicles; Mayor Kenneth Dooley, of Middletown, and Westbrook First Selectman Rog- Rog- uuuuspeea. Mass.