Thomas O Brien obit Mary Tigue husband
for- ronow-. THOMAS O'BRIEN Thomas O'Brien. 38. highly es teemed resident of Upper Pittston, died Thursday night at his home on Union Street, after a lingering illness. : He was son of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brien, early settlers in the Mill Street section and spent his entire life in that area, Until he was stricken with illness he was an electrician at No. 1 colliery. Jermyn Coal Company. He was a member of Niagara nose company, Pittston; Musicians Local,, 140, Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre and St. Mary's Help of Christians Church, Upper Pitts ton, and its Holy Name society. survivors are" his widow,- widow,- the former Mary Tigue. and children. Ann Marie and John, both of Atlantic Atlantic City. ' The funeral will be held Monday morning at 9 from the home with a high mass of requiem at 8:30 in St. Mary's Church. . Interment will be m the parisn cemetery..