tom O'Brien obit
a Mussel-man Lat- as of cemetery. Thomas O'Brien, 38, Electrician, Dies Thomas O'Brien, 38, died at 5:30 last night at his home, 304 Union Street, Pittston, after an illness of complications. Mr. O'Brien was the son of the late James and Bridget O'Brien, early settlers of the Mill Street section of Pittston. Until his illness illness he was employed as an electrician electrician at No. 14 Colliery, Pittston Coal Company. He was a member of Niagara Hose Company of Pittston, Pittston, Musicians' Local 140, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, and St. Mary's Church, Upper Upper Pittston, and its Holy Name Society. burvivlne are his widow, the former Mary Tigue, and two children, children, Ann Marie and John, both at home; a sister. Mrs. Edward Walsh and a brother, James O'Brien, both of Atlantic City. me tunerai will be held from the home on Monday morning at 9 with a requiem mass at 9:30 in St. Mary's Church. Interment will be in the parish cemetery.