Mrs. Brunetti Funeral
Waier cargo the Da- to- a.m. J\l or rivii par! loday OWo Com- led on I, U boat! Mass Friday For Mrs, Brunelfi Mrs. Enrico Brunetti died in ling's Daughters Hospital at 7:0 7:0 a.m. today after a long illness. "he was 62. Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tiday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Green- il!e Cemetery. Rosary services will be held at 7 tonight at the hapel of Wells Funeral K; ne, in harge of arrangements. She was born in Montava, Italy, nd had lived in Greenville 26 ears. The Bnientti home is at 53S E. Reed Road. She leaves her husband; a aughter, Mrs. Majori Carroll of anford, N.C., 'a son, fethric runetti of Arcadia, Calif.; two rothers, John Formigoni and Toy Toy Formigoni, both o! Greenville; nd four sisters, Mrs. Odoni Basof Basof Leland, Mrs. R. Constanzi f Rosedale, Mrs. Louis Mascag- and Mrs. Frank Mascagni, oth of Greenville. The active pallbearer: for Fri- ay's services include Frank Cas- 0, Tommy Morlino, Albert Bas- Jimmy Mascagni, John Michel Michel Azar, Bobby Formigoni, Johny Johny Formigoni and Tony Formi- onl Jr.