Dennis E. Latshaw

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Dennis E. Latshaw - 4ccident Victims Laid to Rest Many at Separate...
4ccident Victims Laid to Rest Many at Separate Funeral Services For William Riddle, Dennis Latshaw Young friends of William E. Riddle, 17, and Dennis E. Latshaw, Latshaw, 16, carried their caskets to their graves yesterday as the accident victims were laid to rest. The youths were killed last Thursday night when the car in which they were riding crashed into, a utility pole in East Titusville. Titusville. Separate funeral services were held in the Tracy Home of Funerals, Funerals, which was filled to capacity for both the Latshaw funeral at 11 a. m. and the Riddle service at 1 p. m. Many baskets of flowers flowers were in the chapels. More than 1,000 persons had called at the funeral home Saturday Saturday and Sunday to pay final respects. respects. The callers included many classmates of the youths at Titusville Titusville High School. Titusville police provided escorts escorts to the city line for the long funeral processions. Latshaw Service Held Rev. William Rhodahaver of the Congress Hill Church of God, Franklin, officiated at the service for young Latshaw. He read the hymn, "Sometime We'll Understand" Understand" and "All the Way My Savior Lead Me," and the poem, "When Sorrow Comes." Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery with the following serving serving as pallbearers: Gerald Wright, Carl Bell, Arthur Toth, Larry Waychoff, Joseph Lukasiak and Richard Weigel. •;Attending •;Attending from out of town were Charles Latshaw of Erie, Mr. and Mrs. Neiland Weigel Jr., Mrs. Charles Schultz, Richard Weigel, Charles Grove, Barbara Latshaw, all of Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snell of Pauline, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell of President, President, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ketler, Mrs. Evan Nelson of Youngstown, 0., Mrs. Clarence Hughes of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Mrs. John Toth, Arthur Toth, Mrs. Vi Bickle, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wagner, Miss Alice Mitchell of Oil City, Mrs. Helen Bell, Carl Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darr of Warren, Mrs. Margaret Kirkpatrick of Rouseville, Rouseville, Billy Latshaw of Hydetown, and Mrs. William Miller of Diamon. Diamon. Officiates at Riddle Funeral The service for young Riddle was held at 1 p. m. with Rev. John L. Murray of the Chapmanville Chapmanville Methodist Church officiating. He read the hymn, "Abide With Me" and "Crossing the Bar." Interment was in Hillcrest Memorial Memorial Cemetery at Sharon with the following young friends acting as honorary pallbearers: John Endres, William Barker, Paul Henderson and Louis Kurtic. The active pallbearers were Joseph .Continued on Page Three

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  1. The Titusville Herald,
  2. 28 Apr 1959, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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