Walter J Davis obit
and 12 grandchildren. Walter J. Davis Waller J. Davis of 703 25th SI.. Walervliei, died yeslcrday morning m Leonard Hospital following a brief illness. He was born in Renssclaer Â·Â·- Â·Â·Â«* um-ii m Kcnssclaer was educated in SI John's f l o s e School, t h a t city. resided in Wat'crvlicl for 'ban 30 years. njiincriy w - as sell-em- ployed as a realtor and for the yiÂ« ,,n^l~.,l I . _ . . . . u i L t i foreign film be of age will A communicant of Lnmacii ate Conception Church, Water Â·liel, he formerly was self-cm asl ten years had been Â· ployed as an auto mechanic the Frcihofcr Baking Co. He is survived by his wife, former Sophie Gonski; a daiigh- er, Mrs. Casimir Kowalski of Latham; .two brothers, Michael and Joseph Davis, both of Re-ns- selaer; four sisters, Mrs. Vicoria Vicoria P a s c e I t o, Mrs. Pierce, Jlrs. Frank Dm-riek and -Mrs. Cecelia Zimbroski, all of licnsselacr; two granddaughters and several nieces and nephews The funeral will | le held at 8;.'iO a.m. Jlonrlay from Parker Bros, jMcmori.il, 2013 Droaclway Watervliet, and at 9 a.m. from Immaculate Conception Church, that city, where a Solemn Re- quicm Mass will be celebrated Burial will be in Immaculate Conception Cemetery.