Irene O'Brien Loewenguth Obit 1947

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Irene O'Brien Loewenguth Obit 1947 - Petersburg, Mr. Hafner, who had ben spend ing...
Petersburg, Mr. Hafner, who had ben spend ing the winter in Florida, as was his custom, was stricken four days prior to his death. A native of Rochester, he entered the laundry busi ness here in 1898, when he founded the Home Laundry in Albow Place. He was a member member of the Knights of Col- Col- umbus, the Archconfratern-ity Archconfratern-ity Archconfratern-ity of the Holy Name Society 1 .yvvw-Ry.f .yvvw-Ry.f .yvvw-Ry.f v y,r. i? ICK J 1 1 A FN Kit of St. Joseph's Church, a charter member of the National Institute of Laundering! and the New -York -York State Laundry Owners Association. For many years he was a director or bt. Joseph's Orphan Board. Mr. Hafner's wife, Marie Antoi nette Yawman Hafner, died in Surviving him are two sons, Philip F. and Maurice F. Hafner; three daughters, Mrs. John Ackerman, Miss Dorothy Hafner and Mrs. T. Paul Cooke; 13 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be con ducted Friday at 9:30 in the Haf ner home and at 10 in St. Thomas' Church. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Mrs. Loewenguth, a native Roch-esteiian, Roch-esteiian, Roch-esteiian, was a daughter of Mrs. Carrie O'Brien and the late David G. O'Brien. She long Was a parish ioner of Sacred Heart Church. Be sides her husband and mother, she leaves a brother, Percy C. O'Brien, and several nieces and nephews. . . Man, 23, Arrested As Hit-Run Hit-Run Hit-Run Driver . Alleged to have driven away after, the car he was operating struck a parked automobile in front of 72 Evergreen St, Irving I., Greenberg, 23, of 44 Widman St.,: yesterday, was arrested on a charge or leaving the scene of an accident. Arresting officers were Patrol- Patrol- men John Yurgealitls and Nicholas! Schauber, Accident Prevention Bu-i Bu-i reau. Greenberg was released in! $50 bail pending City Court ar-j ar-j raignment today. t AUTHORIZED Lincoln-Rochester three- Leo Jacubowitz, 47, ,' Retired Policeman A funeral service for Leo Jacu bowitz,. 47, of 242 Scio St., a World War I veteran and a retired police man, will be held at 1 p. m. today in the Nuabaum Funeral Home, 658 Main St. E. Mr. Jacubowitz, who was known aa ,Leo Jack, died Sunday night (Feb. 9, 1947) in Strong Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was a member of the Rochester Police Department until 15 years ago, when a service-incurred service-incurred service-incurred disability disability forced him to retire. Surviving are a brother, Louis Jack of Rochester, and four sisters, Mrs. Isaac Bloom, Mrs. Henry Kigbie and Mrs. Francis LaBarr, all of Rochester, and Mrs. Emil Berman of New York City. Mrs. Irene Loewenguth Rites Tomorrow Funeral services for Mrs. Irene Loewenguth, wife of Frederick! Loewenguth, president of the insurance insurance firm of Loewenguth & Dineen Inc., Granite Building, will be held tomorrow morning. Mrs. Loewenguth, Loewenguth, 67, died Saturday evening (Feb. 8, 1947) in Strong Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Services will be held at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow at the Farrell Brothers Colonial Funeral Home, 51 Ridge Rd. W., and at 10 o'clock at Sacred Heart Pro-Cathedral. Pro-Cathedral. Pro-Cathedral. Burial wil "Complete One-Stop We Spccalizc BETTER No Trade-ins Trade-ins 46 BUICK Convertible 46 BUICK 4-Door 4-Door 4-Door Sedan 46 Chrysler New Yorker 4-door 4-door 4-door Sedan 41 CADILLAC (Just Like New) 46 PONTIAC Station Wagon MONROE ?fin smiTH AVAILABLE III RADIOS HEATERS SPRINGS iln ll O Genuine

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle11 Feb 1947, Tue[First Edition]Page 18

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)11 Feb 1947, Tue[First Edition]Page 18
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