Edward J. Maroney
Rites Planned For Mr. Maroney I'linr - ral sprvipes jirp u - lirwliilr.il . i,,nHav fnr Kriuarri .1 Marnnw yr Maroney, 64, a houseman at Rosary will be recited tomorrow' ' call at the funeral home today 'from 7 fn Q nm nnd tomorrow ,frnm 2 In, 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. The Vassar College's Kendrick House, died jestcrday at work of an apparent heart seizure The funeral will be at 9am from the WUliam G Miller and Son Funeral Home. 59 Montgo mery St.. with a Mass of Re quiem at 9.30 a.m. at Holy Trinity Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may p"mT "" Mr Maroney resided in 11 Wii - min Court, Town of Poughkeep sie. He was born in Elmira, the son of Michael and Margaret Flannery Maroney. and had liv ed most of his Me in raign kecDsie. He was a member of Holy Trinity Church. Surviving are his wife, the former former Vera Wood; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Perez, Fairfield, Conn., and Mrs. Doris Krumweide. Krumweide. Mt. Vernon, Ohio; two brothers, Daniel, Albany, and John, city, two sisters, Mrs. Charles Drozenski and Miss Gertrude Gertrude Maroney, city; and six grandchildren, Jerry, Mark and Ann Perez, and Lisa, Linda and Laura Kniirrwiede.