Clipped From The Mercury
Genevieve (Krietski) 50. 548 High St.. was dftid on arrival at Medical Center North at 11:08 a.m. Sunday. Genevieve Liput Found Dead in Her Apartment She was taken to the hospital in a Good Will ambulance after police found her lying on a chest in her third floor apart•T ment. Dr. John A. Hoffa. Mont-1 gomery County coroner, said an autopsy will be performed today to determine the cause of death. He added Mrs. Liput was under a doctor’s care and there were no signs of foul plav. Bom in Nant.coke. she was a daughter of the late Kostek and Cecelia Kriefski. and lived in the Pottstown area the past f;ve years. Mrs. Liput was an instructor (Schin the sewing room at Pen- nhurst State School •¡Hospital, Spring City, before; retiring in 1970. Surviving are a daughter, Ronnie, wife of Martin J. and are Koenig, Douglassville RD 1: a son, Gerald, stationed with the Air Force in California; two sisters. Florence, wife of Richard Shanko. East Brunswick. N.J.; Irene, wife of Louis Romano. Union. N.J.; brother. Albert, Hawley, two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements incomplete.