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PENN FASIG DIED SUDDENLY AT READING Pr-nn Fastfc, shoemaker, aged 70, r>f 102:1 Greenwich street, Reading, foil ove-r dead whlln at work. Hit body wns found nn the floor behind a roitnt«r by his daughter, Mrs. Christopher Knee-roam. She sum- mnnnd Dr. J. W. Kniiffman, who pronounced pronounced the man dead upon his ar» rival. For many yenrs Mr. Faslg con* dueled a shoe repair shop at 1021 Greenwich street, and where he also made his home. He was a member of Heading Lodge, No. 11B, Loyal Order of Moose, and the Hampden Fire company. Coroner Ammarell Issued a certificate certificate of death due to a heart at* tack. Mr. Fasig was a native ot.Myers- town and a son of John and Hester Fnnlg. Sabllla (Scholl) Foslg, hi* wtfo, died IB years ago. He Is survived survived by ono daughter, Bessie, wit* of Christopher Kneeream, at horn*; three sisters: Klla, wife ot Chart** Bordnor; Bessie B., widow ot Wood M. Schwarti, former court eri*f, Rending; Florence, wife of HoWarfl Shlve, of Quakortown, and fire grand* children. > ,

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 26 Sep 1931, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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