Frank Dignan - obit - 1944
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.