anna o'day death notice
Obituaries Mrs. Anna O'Day Mrs. Anna O'Day. "li. a it>»ldrnt of St. Elizabeth's itome, died in Mercy Hospital at 9 a.m. Thursday following a week's illness. I^ong a resident of Superior, she located in Janesville three years ago. The former Anna Carran, riaugh ler of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cur-, ran, was bom in Berlin Aug. 21 1879, and married Michael O'Day in Berlin in 1911. Surviving are two sons, Thomas J„ of Milwaukee, and Richard, of Janesvllle; 14 grandchildren; one brother, Robert E. Curran, Superior; Superior; four sisters, Mrs. George Hart and Mrs. Mllo Mordssey, both of Berlin, Mrs. James Morrissey. Oshkosh, and Miss Nora Curran, Milwaukee. Services will be held at 8:30 am Saturday In Kimball-Nelson Funeral Funeral Home and at 9 o'clock In SI Mary's Church. Msgr. E. J. Beck officiating. Burial will he in Calvary Calvary Cemetery, Superior. The Rosary service will be at 8 p.m Friday at the funeral home where friends may call.