Gertrude Schoppert - obit

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three sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Wright, Mrs. Floyd Binninger, ^1^. *.™j~ TJ- Hamilton, Ohio, and Mrs. Eddie i7Hri!nrro'- finn Dietzo. Calil.: two dren and two great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Schoppert and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Schoppert, two,Eddinger,' San Diego, Calif.; two I Piedmont, attended the funeral. sisters, Mrs. Frank White, San G. B. Hansel! i Diego, and Mrs. Edith Frantz York| Grinitn Bracke tt Hansell, 46, of j Mnler Caven,__Pa, _also .nine J rand_chil-. 9n _ Brenwoo d street, died yesterday Edgar, sister, Ore • The , . 'Westernport Church of the Breth- in Memorial Hospital where he :had been f t <w-ju~» --r-*»- - — -- ,...---—— -, __,,_, tormpllt" will be assisted with the ser- be en admitted April 23 after being J n " r vices by Dr. I. S. Long, pastor of | in {RiYms hea ] tn for a year. ; cemeter> ,i rr 1 „...-„„ iTr 17n f" 1 Vii*r/in nr T.nP T>~..-, ;« TTystwi-ir-lili-n nnii«t v \S/ i. lie ' *".»..» "j —*• -• -• <-" * ,. ; «* •»."*-• b *"—•"• -~* - j , ^^^•^•_l a '- c ^ h °f l *ni.. B °™ * H ^ p * Wre _ c °^; ^ Brethren. Interment will Philos Cemetery. be injvaT'Mr.'HanselMvas a son of the; i late Joseph and Jennie (Jeffries): . , the late John H. os em. ae osep an .. Mrs DeVore was a daughter of! Hansel!. A resident of Cumberland- (Spaugy) Hoyle and was Brothers Valley Township. Pa. She has resided here 43 years. Mrs. DeVore had taught a Sunday School class for 42 years. She was a member of the Westernport Church of the Brethren' and before that church was established she was a worker in the First Baptist Church where she taught the Fidelis Fidelis Sunday School Class for 15 years. Her husband, the late William O. DeVore, well known groceryman. died Iwo years ago. Mrs. DeVore is survived by one son, Russell DeVore, Westernport, and one half-brother, Ernest Harden, Harden, Hyndman, Pa., and ore grandson, grandson, Russell DeVore, Jr., Westernport. Westernport. Schoppert Rites Services for Mrs. Gertrude Copp, Schoppert, 69, Chiilicothe, Ohio, ugnter 01; Hansell. A resiaeni 01 i^uinui--jmii"i Lizzie A. for 40 years, he was employed as a veteran .... . . ... ...,. .. JT-_ «u AT ij:-j Lutheran Church. or years, e a e sheet metal worker at the old N.'died and G. Taylor Company and later Death bv Charles Daw. local contractor. , in He was a member of St. John's j had til jineran i^nurcn. ui Besides his widow, Mrs. Myrtle Born Miller Hansel!, he is survived by I son of • — • ' cober schools three sisters. Mrs. Jennie Workman, this city; Mrs. Ruth Martin, Baltimore, Baltimore, and Mrs. Clarence Schultz, Pittsburgh, and four brothers, Lloyd „.. Hansell,- Follansbee, W. Va., Joseph, John and Theodore Hansell,|of the ,11 Af ra.mhPrland. ' Mr. sc attended College. all of Cumberland, body formerly of here, who died Satur- j day, April 25, were held last Tues- day in the Wore Funeral Home, by j the pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church there to which she belong- onuicil Lilclc tu Wlliuil 3111; uciuut, ed. Interment was in Green Lawn Cemetery, Chillicothe. Rebecca Lodge, Pocohontas, Pyth- "in Sisters and Daughters of '. America, of which Mrs. Schoppert j was a member, held services at the f unera ] home Monday. Mrs. Schoppert, a daughter of the late Mrs. Margaret Copp, and the late Mr. Copp, was born at York, Pa. Besides her husband, Harry M. Schoppert, Mrs. Schoppert is survived survived by three sons, Marshall W. Schoppert, Railway Express agent, and Louie Schoppert, Piedmont, Harry V. Schoppert, Chillicothe; .... remain at the Hafer Funeral Home until Wed- 1917. ncsday at 1 p. m. when it will be taken to St. John's Lutheran Church for services at 2 p. m. Rev. Donald F. Brake, pastor, will of-, ficiate and interment will be ini Hillcrest Burial Park. I William I). Edgar j •GRANTSVILLE —William D^ Edgar, GO, Grantsville, died yester-| day in Memorial Hospital, Cumber-! land, where he had been a patient j for the past 17 days. i He was a son of the late William H. and Adeline (Pysell) Edgar and was born in Pittsburgh, February 4, 1838. A veteran of World War II, he was employed at Gortner's Garage in Grantsville, He was a member of| the Accident Lutheran Church. Besidas his widow, Mrs. Dora (Kahl) Edgar, he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Oney Brenneman and Mrs. Billy Yoder, both of Meyersdale, Meyersdale, Pa., and the Misses Dorothy and Margaret Edgar, at home; seven seven sons, Woodrow C. Edgar, who recently recently returned to this country after serving in Germany with the Army; and George P., John F., Olen C. Otis W., Dennis E. He

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 03 May 1948, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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