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anthony hahn full obituary - THE POST-STANDARD, Syrtcuie, N. Y. Wcdnwto*...
THE POST-STANDARD, Syrtcuie, N. Y. Wcdnwto* Febratry years, DlCindio Abruz- An and 9:3t Rev. home Assumption A. J. Hahn Dies While Shoveling Anthony G. Hahn, 10, of 240 Plymouth Drive, died yesterday at Ms home while shoveling snow, tie was taken to Grouse-Irving Hospital where he was pro. nounced dead on arrival. He was a lite resident of Syracuse and before his retirement five years ago, he had been employed 43 years by the New York Central Railroad Co. as a freight conductor.- Surviving arc, · his. wife, Mrs. Catherine Paul Hahn; three sons, Paul T, of Fayetteville. Anthony Jr. of Syracuse, and Francis of Marceilus; three daughters, Mrs. Bernard Gregg of Pulaski, Mrs. Mary Dwyer of Fayetteville and Mrs. John Fee of Whttesboro: a brother, George Hahn of Syracuse; a sister, Mrs. Allard Gardner of 'Colosse; 18 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 6:30 a.m. Friday at the Goddard and Crandall Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. in Blessed Sacrament C h u r c h where a solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call fr«m 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral, 3111 James St. Man Falls Off Roof, Dies After Shoveling Show DELPHI rALLS.-- Garr'* E.itown. N:jY., and WM a retired Davenport, 78, of Delphi Fall), died unexpectedly Tuesday at hit home. Mr. Davenport was found in the, snow in front of his home. Police said he fell off the roof of his porch while shov. elinf snow off the roof. Death was attributed to a heart attack. He was a native oi Gtu DeCarciofolo Dies in Utica UTICA. --Peter DeCarciofolo, SO, of 705 Lansing St., former owner of a Syracuse window- cleaning firm, died Monday night at St Elizabeth's Hospital, A Utica resident many years, Mr. DeCarcioMo moved to Syracuse in 1946 and lived there 14 years, H« operated the Skaneateles Window Cleaning Co, Survivors include his wife : Fannie Hizio DeCarciotolo; his mother, Mrs. Kose DeCarciofolo; two daughters, Mrs. Rosemary DeCarcioioio and Mrs, Peter Rivers of Syracuse; and two sons, Rosario of Chicago and Peter Jr, of Syracuse. JOINS ClARKSON STAFF POTSDAM -- Th« appointment Dr. William Dlctesscs Burrows as an assistant professor chemistry'at Clarkson College Technology has been announced by Professor Edward* McHugh, dean ot the {acuity. mall carrier. Surviving'are his wife,' Mrs. Gladys ' Swan Davenport;- two' sons, Jemes B, of Minoa and Cleve of Bambridgc; five grandchildren; a brother, Charles Davenport of Georgetown. Service* will be at 3 P.m. Thursday at the Smith Funeral Home. DeRuyter, the Kev, Fred b e in Hillcrest Cemetery, DeRuyter. ·Friends may call at their convenience at the funeral home. George St. died ing He was the and a Men'* Benevolent He i* daughter, Mrs. one Scbb eHieiBtis", Burial * u di Elizabeth Taylor; nephews. Seryicei morrow at Home, 1217 ·1 I I I I I I SAVE A DIME OR MORE ON EVERY MJ1K D E U V E R Y Coll N*th«f(on4 Dairy ww, GRonite 5-3113, or otk ywr N*!h*rtand Routeman about out

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 08 Feb 1961, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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