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starch, and the Massarhu- Gabriel's Catholic church. setts Agricultural college. In addition to her husband L After serving in the First an(* her mother who lived with World War, he became a cattle her. *hc is survived by two breeder and agricultural con- daughters, Mary Beth Derecola sultant in Chester county. and Eileen Derecola, both at He was named a director of home; two brothers, John, 442 the Federal Reserve Bank of Cherry street; and William, Philadelphia in 1940. Heading. Mr. Whittier later became Funeral services will be at 9 deputy chairman of the Re- a m- F^day from the Fleisch* serve, a post he held until 1952 mann Funeral home, 726 High He was a former member of strp<‘l. *n{1 a solemn high re-day ,^ Unjon Uagup and scrvcd quiem mass will follow at 10 lh. m in St. G.briel’l church as president of the Pennsylvania » ™ in St. (»abricl s church Dairymen's association. Burial will be in Holy Trinity Surviving are his wife, Kath- cemetery. Arrangements are in crine g^ „ son p \yeston and charge of the Raffeo Funeral jwo daughters, Mrs. Francis B. home, Norristown. Shcpardson and Mrs. Richard . . a Mahler. Local Woman Dies at Age 47 * ^ * I Funerals services for HAR OLD J. WE IK EL, 43. who re- sided at the YMCA, KING AND EVANS STREETS, will be Fri- day morning at 10 o’clock from the Boyd Funeral home. Nor- ristown. Elizabeth (Yonkovitch) Derc- .. ... , .. . .. . . . . cob. 47. wife of Christ Derecol., MJ' "e.kcl died Mnnday msht IS Grosstown road. Stowe, died Mcmon.l hospiUI. Tuesday morning at Pottstown ^orn ’n Norristown, he was hospital, where she was a pa- son DeWitt C. and the tient seven weeks. *a,e Orella (Mowdav) Weikel. | He was a veteran of World Born in Licering, she was w .. memkPr 0f rharitv Mvr-VSP.Cuk) and lodge 190 F and AM. and Plumb- the late John Yonkovitch. Until her short illness she worked at the Stanley G. Flagg and company. Her husband la an employe of the Firestone Tire and Rubber company. ' She was a member of St ers and Steamfitters union, local 428. Surviving are three brothers, Dewitt C., California; John, Norristown, and Clarence, Hy- attsville, Md. ’ Interment will be in US Na- tional cemetery, Beverly, N.J.

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 07 Aug 1963, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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