Frank Dignan - obit - 1944

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Frank Dignan - obit - 1944 - Frank P. Dignan Funeral services for Frank P....
Frank P. Dignan Funeral services for Frank P. Dignan, of 1004 Malrose Place, Dra- Dra- vosburg, Pa., who died at the West Penn Hospital, here, yesterday, will be held at 2 p. m., tomorrow, in the Home of the Gillen fc Coulter Co., 319 East Ninth Ave., Homestead. Burial will be in Jefferson Memorial Park. Mr. Dignan. a life-long life-long life-long resident of the Homestead district, was the son of John and Mary Dignan. He was employed by the Carnegie-Illinois Carnegie-Illinois Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., Homestead Works, in the Armor Plate Dept., and was a member of the First Methodist Church of Homestead. Mr. Dignan is survived by his widow, Mrs. Meda Eichelberger Dignan; three daughters, Mrs. Clayton Spahr of McKeesport, Mrs. Harold Mulligan of Munhall and Mrs. William Rahde of Wilkinsburg; three sons, Pfc. Hayden H., with the United States Army in Washington, Washington, and Paul J. and Frank Dignan Dignan Jr., both at home; four grandchildren; grandchildren; three brothers, Donald of Farrell, Pa. Charles of Munhall and Wade Dignan of Washington, D. C, and three sisters, Mrs. William Con-ley Con-ley Con-ley of Cleveland, O., Mrs. Clarence Bass of Canton, O., and Mrs. Ruth Doyle of Whitaker, Pa.

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Press07 Nov 1944, TuePage 30

The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)07 Nov 1944, TuePage 30
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