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C16 c Wednesday, May 13, 1992 Death Notices GRAY JOHN I.Mntim THE JACKSON FUNERAL BBSmlNCE II aWmptin. , locate ""tf"'"? ft late JOHN B. GRAY, born Jan. IS, WV m Mar-larau, FI- Mr. Gray resided at 3 s,,L5i'Jfir M CommuMMO Aye. Jersey City, NJ. JOI-H-e HALEY MARIE C SLAVIN HALEY, M -t MrMAhh and Marv Reeino Brm; M wnnvoa dv tall Fit morning between 8:30-9 AGEfTNERS OF FOX CHASE, 600 Horhvagle St (MM Nji M . Pjw and Verree Rds.) and are Man ot Christian Bunal at 10. oev Of" Cecilia. Int. St Denis Cam. No evening viewing. HEHRYSON .. m... lllaalhiii at JOHN A., on may 1 1, itt, """!"" ZZmZ mam 74 beloved husband of Evelyn K. (nee Herrmanl 2nd fafheTofl AlSTand Richard P. Henryson; also ISvSISby I iV.rS'Urer., Gary R. a-" iwt m hrottMr. Lonnert. Sorvkos ami mtrnwm wtro .teATTFUNERAL HOME Of AtHngten. KERLICH u., i mr HER NICE R. (nee Slverman), wife of HICKS mw in 199? DONALD J DOiovoo nwwno w n (StartoK.Toe fStJrr of Donna Marie, brother iTvoSTRelattves al Irieivds InvHed tg PRAYER SERVICES THURS 10 AJVL CAKIU ru-NERAL HOME, INC., 1712-14 S. Broad SI. VIEWING WED. 7 W0 PJA. HUDSON On May , 1W, LILLIAN P. (nee Deputy), age W, of Granite Farms Estate, wife of the late Ernest, devot-M mother of W, of Newtown Square, Bruce, of N. Palm Beach, Fla., and Ruth Lehndorff, of Ocean City, NJ.; also survived by 4 grandchildren, 2 great grand-chUdren and her sister, Laureta Norcross, of Ftfcroft Funeral Services FA, 11 AM. in the Blue Church, Baltimore Pike and Church Rd. S? 1044, where friends may ca after 10J0 AJvV In lieu M flowers memorial otfts may be sent m her name to the Church. Int. Eddewood Memorial Park (FRANK L. VIUfcUH runtlSMU nu"it,m , HUMPHREY MARIE S. (nee Detwler), on May 11, WI, ofthe Or-ange Home, Hatboro, Pa., formerly of fcnbior, Pa, aoeVl, sister of Haiti E. Brown, of Springfield, Pa. and the late George W. DetwHer andErma MSuper; iso survived by 2 nieces and 3 nephews. Relatives and friends are Invited to Funeral Services Thurs. 1 PM. at The Wayside Chapel, Whitemarsh Memorial Park, Limekiln Pike and Horsrum Rd, Prospect, Pa., where friends may cal after WO PJvL Entombment in Tower Chapel Mausoleums. In Beu of Jtowers, memorial gifts m her name may be made to The Calvary United Methodist Church, 14 E. Park Ave., Ambler, Pa. 19002. (Arrangements by M. F. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Clifton Hgts.) JAMES RICHARD DOWNING, age 91, husband of the late Elsie M. (nee Coteman), retired Railroad employee, on May 10, 1991 In West Jersey Hospital, Berlin, NJ. surviving are children, Mrs. Ernestine F lemlng, CN-quita Smith, Mrs. AcouHla Ward, rvK porothea James, Mrs. Patricia (Peggy) forsonam, Ronald and Lawrence James and a sister, Mrs. Alice Johnson. Viewing 9 to 1 1 AJVL and FalServtcesll AM Frt, May 15 at H.venMejwialUr Methodist Church, 23rd and Oxford Sts., Phia. Nit. Chethm HHI Com., PhM. Professional Services by THE JOELLFUNERAL HOME, 214-14 W. Cart B. Moor Ave. Phili. 19121. JUDD EDWIN J. on May 11, 1992 of Srlnfleld, PA.;bekrved husband of Hefen E. (nee Coyne) Judd, beloved father of Helen Hlnkle, Edwina J. Boyle, Wrtliam EuMand Mary Ann Schwenk; also survived by 9 grawKhiWren. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Frt. AM. O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, 440 E. Spring-field Rd, Springfield, Pa. and to his Viewing Thurs. ewMass of Christian Burial Frt. 10 AJVL Holy Cross Church, Springfield, PA. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cam. (Parking on Promises) KARPINSKI - KARPEN May 10, 1992, MARGARET C (nee Stewart), beloved wHe of Robert, devoted mother of Margaret Rose, Mary Louis Breiner, Teresa Ann Harrison, Robert D Edward Joseph and the late Nancy Ann; grandmother of Megan Karplnski and sister of John Stewart; also sadly missed by her nieces and nephews. Margaret was the daughter of the late Edward and Margaret (nee Campbell) Stewart and daughter-in-law of the late Joseph and Rose (nee Bolinska) KarpmskL Relatives and friends are Invited to her viewing Frt. morning from 9 JO AJVL at Our Lady of Calvary Church, 11024 Knights Rd, Mowed by Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AJVL Int. Resurrection Com. Hi Neu ol Dowers, memorial contributions m her name to the Aliheimer's Assn. Fund, Greater Pha. Chapter, 100 N. 17th St., Phia. 19103 would be appreciated by the family. ( Arr. by SUCHARSKI FUNERAL HOME) KELLY JOHN J., MD., on May 10, 1992, of Chester Heights (Del. Co.), husband of Sharon Rita Lavege Kertlv, father of John J. Kelly, III, MO., KevJ M. Kev, Mary Erin Marlanl, Eso,, Mary Brighld KKv and the lata Brendan P. Ketv, brother of Patrick and Eleanor Kelly; also survived by one grandson, Peter Brendan MarianL Relatives and friends are mvtted to attend the Mass of Christian Burial Frt, 3 PJVL, at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, Rte. 241 (Valley Brook Rd), Chester Heights. Friends may cal Frt. after 12 Noon at the Church. Int. St. Thomas the Apostle Church Com. In lieu of towers a donation m Dr Key"snam may be made to either the Brendan P. Keav Scholarship Fund at Neumann College, Aston, Pa. 19014 or the Cardiovascular Education and Research Fund, Suite 354, Lankenau Medical Bldg., Wynnewood, Pa. 19094. Arr. by NOLAN-FIDALE FUNERAL HOME KENNEDY ELIZABETH (nee WhUcroft), on May 12, 1992, of Rosemont Presbyterian Village, wife of the lata Robert J. Kennedy. She is survived by a niece, Margaret W. Cawston. A Private Graveside Service win be conducted at Lower Merlon Baptist Churchyard Memorial contributions may be made in her name to either Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 425 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010 or to the Friendship Fund of Rosemont Presbyterian Vllage, Rosemont, Pa. 19010. CHADWICK'S OF ARDMORE KUNKEL On May 12, 1992, LOIS (nee Sheddan), age 72, of Newtown Sd, Pa., wHe of Harold E., mother of Carl and Gary, sister of Dorothy, Edith, Audrey and the late Robert. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Service 10 AM Frt May 15, 1992, at the Washington Memorial Chapel, Route 23, Valley Forge, hit. Longwood Com. No viewing. Memorial contributions may be made to Bryn Mawr Hospice Program, co Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 19010. (VINCENT C ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME). LANE MARIE E. (nee Redmond), on May 9, 1992, former emptovee of the Presidential Aprs. She Is survived by her sister Helen Johnson and many relatives and friends. Viewing win be held Thurs., May 14, from 9 to ' 10 A.M, with services Immediately following at THE L. WATSON JONES FUNERAL HOME, 3947 Aspen St. A second service will be held on Frt, May IS, at the Escobrook Baptist Church, m King and Queen Co VA. kit. win immediately follow In the church com. LAWSON JUUA M (nee Grtman), of Glenelden, age 71, on May 12, 1992, beloved wife of WWam E. Lawson Sr. and devoted mother of Patricia A. Lodise, of Wilmington, Dal., Nancy M Geieetman, of Bel Mawr, N J. Doris E. levarone, of Droxef HM and WWIam E. Lawson Jr., of Jacksonville, Fla., grandmother of 19, great grandmother of 20. Relatives and friends are invited to the Funeral Service Frt morning 11 AJA at SPENCER T. VIDEON'S OF DREXEL HILL, Garrett Rd. at Shadeland Ave., where friends may call after 10 AJA Int. Glenwood Memorial Gardens, Broo-malt. Memorial contributions to Community Hospice, co Community Foundation, 104 Ardmore Ave. Ard-more. Pa. 19003 or American Cancer Society, 280 N. Providence Rd. Media, Pa. 19043 are appreciated MARGERUM On May 12, 1991 DENISE E. (nee Humphries), beloved wHe of Frank J. Margerum, devoted mother of Frank J. Jr., beloved daughter of Joan (nee Gale) and the late Harold J. Humphries, sister of Christine Donaldson, Barry Humphries and Alison Broadwater. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend her Funeral Thurs. 10 AJA, JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC. J301-1S Cottman Ave. Service of Christian Burial, 11 AJA, Holmesburg United Methodist Church, 111! Frenkterd Ave. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cam. Friends may call Wed eve. 7 to 9 PJA McCLOSKEY MARY A. (nee Lafferty), suddenly, May 11, 1992, of Broomal, Pa. beloved wife of the late Harry McClos-kev, mother of James, Harry and Bernard McClos-kev, Mrs. Mary Ward Mrs. Theresa Ma rued and JVtr Kathleen HokJen, sister of Mrs. Margaret Mc-Closkev and Mrs. Theresa Brogan; also survived by 17 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are kwlted to Funeral Sat. 1:30 AM. THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (COR. LYNN BLVD.), UPPER DARBY, PA. and to Mass of Christian Burial 10 AJA, St. Pius X Church, Broomal Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cam. Friends may cal Frt eve. 7 to 9. tn lieu el Bowers contributions ki her memory to Convent of Divine Love, 2212 Green St., Phlla., Pa. 19130 or Miraculous Medal Assn. 475 E. Chetten Ave. Phaa., Pa. 19144, would he anererlated McCOOK May 10, 1992, THOMAS J. ago II, beloved husband at fho lata Helen R. (nee Regan), devoted father ot Eileen M. Everting and the late Thomas J. McCook, Jrj atso survived by 4 grandchadren, 7 groat grandchadren and one brother John McCook, of Fi Church, Va. Relatives and friends are mvtted to his Viewing Wed eve. 4 PM. Resurrection of Our Lord Church, ,3000 Shekniro Ave. (at Castor Ave.), followed by Mass of Christian Burial PM Funeral Procession wa form and leave BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9701 Frankford Ave (at Fitter St.). Thurs. 10 AJA, for kit. m Holy Sepulchre Com. ki lieu of lowers contributions . ki his memory to the Sacred Heart Cancer Heme, . 1315 West Hunting Park Aye. Phia. Pa. 19140, would . be appreciated Mcdowell May 11, 1992, JAMES H., beloved husband of Dorothy C (nee Hem), devoted father of Barbara Schay, Carat . Dade, Linda Redfem and James A.; also survived by . 10 grandchildren and II great grandchadren. Rala-ftves, friends and members of Stoam UM.C. are invited to his Funeral Service Frt 11 AM., McELVARR FUNERAL HOME, 1415-17 E. Susquehanna Ave. (above too E. Glrard Ave.), kit Lawnview Cam. Friends may cal Thurs. eve. after 7. McMULLAN JOHN P. swklentv, an May 9, 19n, of Maple Shade, NJ.; aga 41, husband of Sara E. (Safy) (nee Doraway). Due notice of the funeral wa be given by WGLESBYGIVNISH'S OF MAPLE SHADE, NJ. The Philadelphia Inquirer Death Notices Mclaughlin On May 11, wn, DOROTHY (nee Crowe), wHeotthe lata James J., of Somen PL, NJ., termertv of Phia. Pa., age 12, survived by 1 daughters, Constance M. Johnstone, of San Francisco, Dorothy Enrtehl, of Glenslde, PC ? sons, Joseph P. M San Francisco and James F of JarrettsvKe, MO, one sister, Mary Rose Crowe, East Brady, Pa. 14 orandchMren, 3 groat T andcMdran. Memorial Mass w be hold 11 AJVL hurs. at St. Joseph's R.C Church, Somers Pt NJ. Int. w be private. Funeral under the dir. of THE MIOOLETON-STROBLE ZALE FUNERAL HOME, 304 Shore Rd. Somers Point, NJ. tn Neu of Hewers, donations may be made to Sacred Heart Home, UIS W. Hunting Park Ave., Phia. PA 1140. MEEHAN O" MV 10, m JANE S. .O. MIgrtM NJ; Helen Meehan and Rosemary Wilson a also survived by many nieces andivepfwws. ReUrtves and friends are mvtted to attend the Mass of Chrishan Bunal 10 AJA Wed, May 13, ft St. "orbert Ctwrch. Leopard Rd. PaolL Int. St Dominic Cam. PtMa. vSSlno wed mornlno ejo t. 10 AAL ' "-Church. Memorial contributions may be ma i to Sacred Heart Free Home lor Incurabte Cancer, 1315 W. Hurrtlng piTI AvoVPhUv Pa. 19144V (VINCENT C ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME). MEZZATESTA aw wmss "sosJrvtwdbybrothor Roland of GulslwoTW-kig Thurs. morning I to f AJA In THE SCHETTER FUNERAL HOME, 304 W. Rt. 70, Cherry Ha, NJ. Mass of christian Burial M0 AJ m Queen of Heaven RX. Church, Cherry HB, NJ. Hit Holy Sepotchro Cera, Cheltenham, P A. UINISSALE rnlnloOHLE JOSEPH J. SR., on May II, 1991 betoved hi uband of Ellen (nee Rugglerl), devoted father of Arrthonyi, Lawrence J. and Joseph J. Jr., D.O.; son o4Angea (Julie) (nee Lattaml) and the lale Anthony, brother of Robert R. and Anthony A., D.O.; father-ki-lawof n . x xiua. eHJ Jaiiiinaa dhf , mfmn DOrma. Kiwnyn, irivnu aim . Junior, Inc., are Invited to his funeral FrL, IJ0 AJA, THE CLARE MclLVAINE MUNDY FUNERAL HOME, INC, 7304 Ridge Ave. (cor. of WJwrdAve.) and to the Mass of Chrishan Burial, 10 AJA, St Lucy's Church, kit Holy Sepulchre Com. Viewing Thurs. 7 to 9 PM. Donations m Joe's memory to St. Lucy's Memorial Fund, 4S03 Struck St, Phia., PA 19 1 27 or Mass Cards. MONDELU May 11, 1992, STEPHANIE (nee Gramlck), age 72, beloved wife of the late Dominick, devoted molherof Richard D. and Paul R., sister of Sally Davtes, John Gramlck and Arm Cohn. Relatives and friends are invited to a Service of Christian Burial Frt 10 AJA, THE H. B. MULLIGAN FUNERAL HOME. 11014 Knights Rd Int. Holy Redeemer Cam. Friends may calafter9AJA MORAN JOSEPH EDWARO, May 10, 1992, age 37, suddenly and tragicaly, survived by his dear mother Helen and sister Nancy as well as many beloved friends. Memorial Service to celebrate his life at JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC, 3301-15 Cottman Ave. Thurs. eve. 7-9 PM. At the request of the famlv, xvxx fsTCrchir. kz'zi:? MORRIS May II, 1992, MARY F. (nee Tucker), formerly of 2422 E. Cedar St. wHe of the late John and lovtngaurrl of Karen and Mary Burton and great aunt of Owen James O-Conneit Relatives and friends are mvtted to her viewing Thursday, 9 AJA, St. John Neumann Nursing Home Chapel, 10400 Roosevelt Bhd Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AJA Int. Beverly National Cam, Memorials to the Home, Phila. Pa. 19114V would be appreciated (MANN 544-3282) MORRISON On May II, 1992, WILLIAM J. SR. of Trovoso, Pa., beloved husband of Ada May (nee Jordan), father of Susan J. Rice, Eia M. Caswel, WMIam J. Jr., Brando L. Gray and David C. Morrison, Sr.; also survived by 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild Relatives and friends are kwlted to his Funeral purs. II AM. at, THE DUNN FUNERAL HOME, Beflevue and en-lam Aves. Langhome, where friends may can from 10 AJA urrW time of Service, kit Forest Hats Com. MURPHY May II, 1991 MARIAN T. (nee McKeman), of S.W. Phita. beloved mother of Richard E. Jr., Mary T. Coyle, Michael P., Patrick M., Terr! Murphy-Diamond and the late Daniel T. Murphy, sister of Eleon Weber and Patricia Recke; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends mvtted to cal Thurs. after 9:30 AJA at the Church of Good Shepherd, 47th and Chester Ave., Phia. fWass of Christian Burial 11 AJA Int. Hoty Cross Com. Donations to American Cancer Society, 1422 Chestnut St., Phia. 19102, would bo appreciated (Arr. KISH FUNERAL HOME). NELSON Of Evangettcal Manor, Roosevelt Blvd. Phia. on May 12, 1992, DOROTHY GERTRUDE (nee Wlsan). age l yean. Graveside Services wal take place at 11 AJA Frt. May 15, 1991 m Husks Com. Roslyn, Pa. There w be no viewing. BAILEY FUNERAL CHAPEL LTD. Norristown, Pa. HEY On May 11, 1992, GEORGE T. ha Is survived by his beloved wHe of 40 years, Esther K. (nee Koons), of Marlton, NJ. formerly of HaddonfMd, age 13 years, he was preceded m death by a daughter, Sandra, survived by a daughter, Linda N. Gavma, of Voorhees and a sister, Grace Dick, of Fla. Services w be held on Thursday evening 1:30 PJA at Wley Church, 99 E. Main St., Martton, where the family wal receive friends after 7 PJA Interment Private at N J. Veterans Cam. Ameytown. m lieu of Sowers, contributions O'CONNOR May II, 1992, JOHN E. beloved son of Mary (nee Goodchild) and the late John, dear brother of Peggv Whitehead DeLeo, Anna Mae Swopa, Joseph and the late Danny and George; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited fa his Funeral and Viewing Thurs. 1:30 to lOJO AJA, CASSIZZI FUNERAL HOME, 2913-17 E. Thompson St., followed by his Mass of Christian Burial II AJA, Mother of Oivme Grace Church, kit Our Lady of Grace Com. No viewing Wed eve. O'HARA On May 10, 1997, MADEUNE M. (nee Dunigan), of S.W. Phaa., formerly of St. Gregory's Perish, beloved wife of the late Patrick J. O'Hara, mother of Catherine McMenamin, Nancy Hon, Kate McKnight, Jack O'Hara, Patsy Love, Anthony O'Hara, Maureen Thomas and Patrick O'Hara; also survived by 35 grandchadren and 14 great grandchadren. Relatives and friends are mvtted to attend her Funeral on Frt at 9 AM. at, THE CAVANAGH FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood Mass of Christian Burial m the Church of St. Barnabas, 43rd and Buist, at 10 AJA kit. Calvary Com. West Conshohockon. Friends may cal at CAVANAGH's Thurs. eve. 7 to 9. In lieu of flowers memorial coritribuhons to St. Katharine Day School, 930 Bowman Ave. Wynnewood, 19094 or Montgomery County School, 1405 B West Mam St., Norristown, 19403, ki co Jerry Potter, would bo preferred O'MALLEY On May 1 1, 1992, WILLIAM F. of Magnolia, NJ. aga W years, beloved husband of Bertha M (nee Kilmer), loving father of William F. Jr., of Magnolia and Mrs. Doris A. Maro, of Cherry HM; 4 grandchildren, 14 great grandchadren. Ho was a 30 year Navy Veteran W.W. II and Korea; second oldest active member Fleet Reserve Assn.; 42 year resident of MagnoUa. Relatives and friends are kwlted to his funeral Thurs. morning I AJA, from THE JOHN A. HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 9 White Horse Pike (at Kings Hwv.), Haddon Hgts. Mass of Christian Burial, 9 AJA, St. Gregory's R.C. Church, White Horse Pike and Evesham Rd. Magnolia, kit. Calvary Cam. Cherry Hat Man Cards would be appreciated Friends may cal Wad eva. 7 fa 9 PJA PAWLISHYN MORRIS W. 75, of Deptford, NJ. formerly of N.E. Phia. on May 10, 1992, husband of Anna Pawlishvn (formerly Anna Scardmo), stepfather of Eleanor HWegas, of Hartovsvale, PA, Wayne Scardmo, of Pitman, NJ. Bruce Scardmo, of FrankimvUe, NJ. and Sharon Riess, of Sharon Hal, Pa. stepgrandfalher of 7, brother of Robert, of Phia. Waller and Mrs. Lilian Marschner, of Feasterviiie. Funeral Thurs., I AJA from THE McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter St, Woodbury, NJ. Viewing 9-J0 AJA ki St Valentine's Church, 2330 Margaret St., Phia. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AJA hrt. St Vafentlna'i Cam. Andalusia. Viewing 430-9 PJA Wad ova. POLCINO May 11, 1992, DOLORES A. (nag WMikte), of Rich-boro, beloved wife of Faust J. Jr., dearest mother of John J. Joseph J. Poiclno and Deborah A. Vontresca, daughter of Stela Withndei also survived by 4 grandchadren. Relatives and friends are mvtted to attend her funeral Frt. 1:30 AJA, from THE JOSEPH A. FLUEHR, III FUNERAL HOME, MO Newtown-Richboro Rd (at Holland Rd), Rkhbore, and to Mais of Christian Burial, 10J0 AJA, St. Bode the Venerable Church, Holland kit Our Lady of Grace Com. Friends may cal Thurs. eve. 7 to 9 PJA Cornrasutlens kt her memory may be made to The American Heart Assn. 401 E. 4th St, Bridgeport, PA 1940S. PRIMICK May 10, 1992, PETER, of North Capo May, formerly of S.W. Phaa. beloved husband of Josephine (nee Iwanickl), father of Dorothy E. Crtnes and Peter J. Prtmlck, brother of Jeanne Cassasa; also survived by 4 grandchadren. Relatives and friends kwlted to cal Wed eve. 7 to 9 PJA and Thurs. after 9 AJA at, KISH FUNERAL HOME, 4504 Elmwood Ave. Phaa. Mast wa Church, 51th and Elmwood Ave.' PMa. kit SS. Peter and Paul Com. In Heu of Rowers donations te above named Church would bo appreciated ROTHS MARLENE M. (nee Oiortslo) of Brookhavan and formerly ol Phaa. on May 11, 1992, mother ol RacheM Petrancurt and sister of Lorraine Isherwood Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral on Frt 9:15 AJA from THE MINSHALL-SHROPSHIRE FUNERAL HOME, MkkXetown (Rte. 352) and Knowtton Rds. MiddMown Two. Media, Pa. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AJA Church of Our Ladv of Charity, Brookhavan. kit. SS. Peter and Paul Com. Friends may cal on Thurs. eve. after 7 PJA Memorial Contributions to The Cardiac Care Unit of The Croier-Ches-tor Medical Center, No. 1 Medical Center Blvd. Upland, PA 19013 would be appreciated RUSCITELU ROCCO L, an May 10, 1992, aga 77, of Yea don, Pa. beloved husband of the late C-ada A. (nee PeUKCiotli), devoted father of Carol Perna and Elaine Maiers; grandfather of Carolyn Pema and Matthew Maiers, brother ot Dominic Florenhni and Vincent Fiorentinl, Rose Gough and the late Alexander Florentine, Trina Merttno, Otetlo Fiorentini. Relatives and friends are mvtted to attend the funeral Thurs. 9 AJA from THE LOGAN FUNERAL HOME, 105 Langacre Blvd. Yeadon, Pa. Mass at Christian Burial, St. Louis Church at 10 AM. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Com. Friends may cal Wed eve. 7 to 9 PM m Heu ol lowers femav requests donations to MCMC-Hospica Program, Lansdowne Ave. Oarby, PA 19023. Death Notices SAYRES FLORENCE (nee Blomquist), suddenly on May 10, 1992 of Atlanta, GA. beloved wife of the late David B. Jr. devoted mother of Carolyn R. Brandt ot Richmond, VA. and David B. Savres of Atlanta, GA, dear grandmother of Carolyn Elizabeth Rhea and Catherine Anne Rhea; also survived by 3 brothers and 3 sisters el Phia. Relatives, friends kwtted to cal Thurs. from 7 PJA and Religious Services Frt II AJA at FLUEHR'S F.H., INC-RISING SUN AVE. 5401 Rising Sun Ave. Phaa. Int. Oakland Com. In lieu of Rowers contributions m Florence's memory to Salvation Army, 701 N. Broad St., PHIa. PA 19123 or Peach-tree Road Lutheran Church, 3444 Peachtree Rd., Atlanta, G A 303 19 would bo appreciated by the family. SCKEAR On May 12, 1992, RAE (nee Court), wife of the lata Arthur Senear, mother of Marilyn Klugman; also survived bv 2 grandchadren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services Thurs. II AJA, Mt. Lebanon Cam. (Sec A), CeUinodale, Pa. Famly wW be at the late residence. Contributions m her memory may be made to the Taylor Hospital Hospice, East SCHMIDT ANNA M. (nee Krueger), on May 11, 1992, of Huntingdon Valley, at age 77, WHO of the late Herman and mother of Dolores Saraim, Norman, Harry and Robert Schmidt; also survived by S grandsons, 2 granddaughters and one great grandson. Relatives and friends are mvtted to funeral service on Frt. 1:30 PJA at Gloria Dei Church Chapel, 570 Welsh Rd, Hurratmdon Valley, Pa. 19004. Int. Whitemarsh Memorial Park. Memorials m her name may be sent to the above named Church. CRAFT OF ABINGTON. SERSICH Of Mavfak-, on May It 1991 ANDRIANA, beloved wife of the late Ansekno, mother of Mary A. Buschta, grandmother of Mary Ann and Donna, ki her 92nd year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Viewing and Funeral Frt wo AJA, JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC., 3301-IS Cottman Ave. Mass of Chrishan Burial, St. Bernard's Church 10 AJA kit. St Dominic's Cam. No viewing Thurs. ova. SIMONS May 11, 1992, BERTHA (nee Ershan), wife of the lata Stanley, mother of Robert Simons and Nancy Stgman, sister of Leonard Ershan, grandmother of Stacy and Lauren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services Thursday, 11 AJA precisely at the Shalom Memorial Park (Section Gabriel), Pine and Byberry Rds. Shiva wM be observed at the Sigman residence. Contributions m her memory may be made to the American Diabetes Foundation, or charity ol donor's choice. (Arr. by GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS). SOLO May 10, 192, MILDRED (nee Doran), formerty of Jenkintown, wife of the late Alexander, mother of Richard 0. Janet S. Gworek, Carol Ann Morris; also survived bv grandchildren and 2 great grandsons, sister of Grace Kiefer, Frances Myer and Rita Con-cannon. Relatives and friends are Invited to Viewing Sat. 9:30 AJA at Immaculate Conception Church, West Ave. Jenkintown. Liturgy of Christian Burial 10 AJA kit. Whitemarsh Mem. Pk. Contributions m her name may be made to the Wyncote Church Home, Maple and Fembrook Ave. Wyncote, 19095. Arr. bv HELWEG FUNERAL SERVICE. SPECTER May II, 1992, SYDNEY of Palmyra, NJ. husband of Esther (nee Chiffons), father of Josephine, Arnold, Cecelia and Gladys; also survived bv 4 grandchadren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services Wed. 11 AJA at The Roosevelt Memorial Park (B-18), Bucks County, Trevose, PA. The lamly wW return to the late residence. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON STEIN8RUCK May 11, 1992, FLORENCE R. (nee DtNardo), beloved wife of Maurice A. devoted mother of Denise Cotter, Maureen Anderson, Jane Cherry and grandmother of 10. Relatives, friends. Ladies of Blessed Katharine Drexel K. of C. and St. Christopher's Seniors invited to cal Frt 9:30 AJA, St. Christopher R.C Church, Proctor Rd above Byberry Rd and loin m her Mass of Christian Burial 1 1 AJA Int. Resurrection R.C. Com. In lieu ol lowers contributions to the Lupus Foundation of Phlla., 5415 Clarldge St., Phaa. Pa. 19124. WILLIAM G. MALLOY, 464-2600. SUESS CHARLOTTE, of Rockledgo, on May 11, 1992, wife of the late Herbert, mother of Charlotte Seltzinger, grandmother ot Steven, Kathv, Lisa and Helena; also 15 great grandchadren, her brother-in-law Erich Lu-kas and family. Relatives, friends, members of the Tabor Lutheran Church, Veremigung Eragebirge and Tabea Verem are Invited to her Funeral Service Thurs. 10 AJA at THE WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 6902 Rising Sun Ave. where calling period wrH begin alter 9 AJA Int. Sunset MP. In lieu of lowers donations to the Vereinigung Erigebirge, 130 Davisville Rd, Warminster, 18974 or Tabor Lutheran Church, Mascher and Rockland Sts. Phila. 19120. SULLIVAN May 11, 1992, M GRACE (nee Hatch), who of the lata Thomas J. Sultvan, of Ardmore, Pa. mother of Mary Murphy, Margaret Sullivan and the late Jeremiah SuHivan; also survived by 2 grandchadren. Relatives and friends are invited to THE FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH, E. Eagle and St. Denis Rd. Havertown, Fri. after 9J0 AJA, and to Mass of Christian Burial m St. Denis Church at 1 1 AJA Int. St. Denis Com. tn lieu ol Bowers an offering m Mrs. SuBivan's name to the Sacred Heart Free Home for Incurable Cancer, 1315 W. Hunting Park Ave. Phaa. Pa. 19140 would be appreciated SWARTZ May 11, 1992, MAIDA (nee Shprinti), wife ot Barry, mother of Michael David Swam and Adam Todd Swam, sister of Brenda Saberman and Marcla Shprintz. Relatives and friends are Invited to Funeral Services Wed. 1 PJA precisely at GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS SUBURBAN NORTH, 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton (bet. County Line and Street Rds.). kit. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Shiva w be observed at the late residence. Contributions m her memory may be made to Library Fund ol Shaare Shamavim Beth Judah, SWEIGARD May 10, 1992, MARION (nee Hal), age 9, wife of the late waiiam J., ol Newtown So.., devoted mother of Beryl S. Herbert, of Fla. and BiHie S. CarroB, of Newtown So.; also survived bv 6 granchlldren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral Service and Int. private. FRANK C. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Broomall. SZOLACK CHESTER T. suddenly on May II, 1992 of Glenolden, PA. beloved husband of Amelia C. (nee CarapeUotti) Szolack, beloved father of Stephen T. Szolack, Robert K. Siolack and Joseph Siolack; also survived bv S grandchadren, 2 sisters, one brother. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Frt. 9 A.M. O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, 440 E. Springfield Rd, Springfield, Pa. and to his Viewing Thurs. eve. Mass of Christian Burial Fri. 10 AJA Church of St. George, Lamont Ave. Glenolden, PA. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cent (Parking on Premises). TAVELMAN May 11, 1992, MAXINE RITA (nee Greenberg), wife of Jerome, mother of Stacl Greenberg and Brad Tavetman, daughter of George and the late Edvthe Greenberg, sister of Marlene Cooper. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Wed, 1J0 PJA precisely GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Femav wM return to the late residence. Contributions m her memory may be made to The Leukemia Society or The American Cancer Society. VERNA AGNES (AGATHA). May 12, 1992, (nee Pantalone), beloved wife of the late Dominic, dearest mother of John, sister of Salvatore and Ben. Relatives and friends are invited to Visitation on FRIDAY MORNING from 9:30 AJA, at St. Edmomfs Church, 21st St. and Snyder Ave. followed by Mass of Christian Burial, I0-J0 AJA Interment Hotv Cross Cemetery. (In lieu of flowers contributions to St. Edmond's Church would be appreciated). VERNA FUNERAL HOME WEBER CHARLES FREDERICK (FRED), May 1, 1992, bo-loved husband of Katharine (nee Williams), survived bv daughter and son-in-law, MarBvn and Robert Clark, daughter and son-in-law, Margaret E. Weber and Scott Manaker, S brothers, 3 sisters, and one granddaughter, Allison Katherine Clark. Relatives, friends, members and friends of Mavfair Presbyterian Church, emptovees of Crown Cork and Seal Co. and Mavfairer's Senior Citizens are invited to his viewing Fri. 9 AJA followed by services at 11 AM. at Mavfair Presbyterian Church, Bleigh and Crispin Sts. In lieu of Bowers, memorial remembrances to the above church would be appreciated Int. Whitemarsh MVPHE LAMBIE FUNERAL HOME WEINBERG May 12, 1992, ANNA (nee Sloan), wife of the lata Wl- Nam Weinberg, formerly of 752 S. 4th St., for many years she operated a Dry Goods and Knitting Goods store with her late husband, sister ol Lena Rothstein and Rose Strauss; also survived by nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are mvtted to Graveside Services Wed 11 AJA precisely at Har Nebo Com. (Sect. M). Shiva wH be observed at the Strauss residence. (Arr. GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS). WORRELL MARIAN A. (nee Anderson) on May 12, 1997 of Springfield, Pa. beloved wife of Stuart WorreL Relatives and friends are Invited to her Funeral Service Thurs. 11 AJA O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, 640 E. Springfield Rd, Springfield, Pa. and to her Viewing Thurs. after 10 AJA hit Media Cam. m her memory the family would appreciate contributions to The American Cancer Society, 280 N. Providence Rd. Media, PA 19063. (Parking on Premises). ZIMMERMAN SAMUEL C, wtktenlv on May 11, im of Wynnewood, PA., beloved husband of Anna M. (nee Scanfon) Zimmennan, betovtMl fattier of Poov D. cnrMr, temer-m-ww ot fat cnreoer; ano survived by 4 9raniMau9nfers, S great granckhMrea Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Service Thurs. I0-J0 AM. O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME 640 E. Springfield Rd., Sprtogfield, Pa. and to his Viewing Thurs. after 9 AM Int. Hillside Cem. In his memory the familv would appreciate contributions to The American Heart Association, 408 E. 4th St Brfctoeport, PA 1940S. (Parking on Premises). -SCOTT- FLORIST S KOXUMENTS FLOWERS & FRUIT BASKETS CREDIT CURBS BfPME 209-0939 5722 Frankford Ave. WORLD-WIDE DELIVERY OBITUARIES I By Rose Simmons INIjCIKKK STAKK WHITER Samuel G. Krauss, 82, former first trumpet for the Philadelphia Orchestra, died Friday in Evanston, 111., where he had lived since 1983. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, Mr. Krauss taught trumpet there for 74 years. He also had the unique distinction of having developed 17 first trumpeters while a teacher at Curtis. His students went on to play in major symphony orchestras throughout the world, as well as on Broadway, in the theater and on radio and television. In 1983, some of his former students returned to Curtis to honor him with a recital after he had retired. From 1944 to 1975, while performing under maestro Eugene Ormandy, he toured the world with the Philadelphia Orchestra, including the Soviet Union, China, Japan and South America. Before joining the Philadelphia Orchestra, Mr. Krauss was first trumpet for the St. Louis Symphony for eight years. Prior to that he was first trumpet for the National Symphony in Washington. While teaching at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, he headed the brass division for 2'i years. He also taught at the Philadelphia Music Academy, Temple Univer- Deaths here Francis G. Harrison Jr., 73, a retired urologist, died Friday at his Bryn Mawr home. Dr. Harrison, who also had a house in Ocean City, N.J., was born in Philadelphia and attended the Lower Mer-ion Township schools. He attended Princeton University, received his bachelor's degree from Franklin and Marshall College in 1940 and got his medical degree from Syracuse University in 1944. After Syracuse, he studied at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine and was an intern at Presbyterian Hospital. He interrupted his education to serve as a captain in the Army Air Corps during World War II. After his discharge in 1947, he returned to Presbyterian Hospital to complete his residency. From 1959 to 1966, he operated the private Urologic Clinic in Center City. For the next 15 years, he was the chief of urology at Presbyterian. He also was on the staff of Bryn Mawr Hospital and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. After leaving Presbyterian, Dr. Harrison was medical director of Inglis House, a wheelchair community, until his retirement in 1989. He belonged to the American Uro-logical Society, American Medical Association and the Pennsylvania Medical Society. He was on the boards of the Penn Club and the Musical Fund Society. Survivors: his wife of 48 years, Jean; daughters, Nancy H. Myers and Kay H. Preston; sons, Francis G. 3d and Donald M., and 15 grandchildren. Services: memorial, 11 a.m. today, Chadwick Funeral Home, Athens Avenue and Simpson Road, Ardmore. Clyde B. Hutchinson, 83, a retired manufacturing executive, died Saturday at his home in Newtown Square. Born in Biggsville, 111., he attended Monmouth College, in Monmouth, 111., where his grandmother Clara Brownlee Hutchinson was founder of the sorority Pi Beta Phi in the early 1870s. In 1930, he moved to Philadelphia and joined the Soabar Co., now a division of Avery-Dennison Corp., a leading manufacturer of retail and apparel identification systems. He was instrumental in the development and growth of its sales and marketing organization. Eight years after joining the company, he was appointed its first advertising manager. In 1943 he was appointed district sales manager for the New York area. He returned to Philadelphia in 1955 as Soabar's vice president and general sales manager. He was appointed executive vice president and was elected to its board of governors in 1965. He retired in 1971. Mr. Hutchinson was an avid golfer and a former member of the Huntington Valley Country Club. Survivors: his wife of 57 years, Margaret; daughters, Mary H. Tucker and Constance H. Hardin; son, R. Ford; six grandchildren, and a brother. Services: memorial, noon today in r . . t r.i... luc t,uafci oi me uiu mum v.ouj- terian Church, Montgomery Avenue; burial, private. Cemetery Lots MAUSOLEUM at GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL PARK. 4 Cryots inside Chapel Mausoleum. 3rd level, room 4. 21S-5W-76?,?)5 -W-I8I9 SUNSET MEMORIAL Park, Count, Una Rd, Sorrarloa , fa. 1 lots Block M, Seel 41a, Graves 34 4. Price open. 34S-e)51 In Memoriams BIGGINS, JOHN F. I w "CHERISH" H "MEMORIE5 lor Ihrir w ntverdtt. Fortvw, Ellew. KCLBIK, CHARLES F. mi- l7f . m Loving Memory at My Dear Sen Charles St the same old heartache and the pain mat never goes away. Sadly missed by Mam Sophie, Joyce, Lymette and Aunt Gene. MERCER. MAKLON J. in hnrtiM rrwmorv of Mv Dtar Husband, off 44 who wont to Heovon on May 13, 1990. Miss voo, you olwovSf MARIE RYBICKI, MARGIE Happy BafhdaylK. Samuel G. Krauss, teacher and master on the trumpet sity, the University of Wisconsin, the University of Michigan and Interlo-chen Music Camp in Michigan. He retired from teaching around 1983, said his son-in-law, Dwight Bischel. Acclaimed by music critics throughout the world, he attributed his success in both trumpet playing and teaching to what has become known to many professionals as the "Krauss Method." That method stresses musicianship over simple mastery of the trumpet, Bischel said. "He was very intense with musicol-ogy," said a former student, Edward McCoy, a Philadelphia lawyer. "He concentrated on the player making music. He'd have us practice stuff written for singers. The stereotypic trumpet blares, but he wanted us to play musically and beautifully. That's how you could tell his students from others." After a music lesson, McCoy said, Mr. Krauss would often take his student's trumpet apart, working it over , with a lathe and drill until the instrument produced perfect tone. He frequently traveled to New York City, where his close friend, Vincent Bach, made premier trumpets. Mr. Krauss' recommendations and experimental modifications of the horn, said Bischel and McCoy, much improved the already highly respected Bach trumpets. Marian Murphy, 58, well-liked waitress By Rose Simmons INIJI'IKKK STAFF WHITKR Marian T. McKeman Murphy, S8, a waitress at the Union League in Center City for 18 years, died Monday at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital. She was a lifelong resident of Southwest Philadelphia and was devoted to her six children. She was a hard worker with a pleasant smile, and Union League members often-would ask for her, said her children and co-workers. "She had this witty Irish humor and she enjoyed a good laugh," said longtime co-worker Eugenia Spence. "She was well-liked, well-liked." Her wit made her popular among both the staff and customers, said her co-workers. When Vice President Bush stopped in for lunch in 1987, she was selected to wait on his table, said her supervisor, Alice Mallaghan. She also waited on former Presidents Gerald R. Ford in 1978 and Richard M. Nixon in 1988. She loved to tell jokes, but she had a very serious side. This was apparent in her dedication to seeing that each of her chil- dren got a good Catholic education, said her daughter, Terri Murphy-Diamond. She was also a caring friend, co-workers said. "She was a motherly type of person," said a former co-worker, Cas-sell Moore, who knew her for 14 years. "There wasn't anything that she had, if someone wanted, that she wouldn't give." Besides her daughter Terri, Mrs. Murphy is survived by four other Chester Kalinowski, 78, popular Camden butcher By S. Joseph Hagenmayer INQl'IKKK COKRKSPONDKNT Chester Kalinowski, 78, who owned the Sheridan Meat Market in Camden for 40 years and was known for his homemade kielbasa, died Monday at West Jersey Hospital-Camden. Mr. Kalinowski, of Gloucester City, opened his butcher shop and grocery store in the Whitman Park section of Camden after working for several similar stores in the Polish neighborhood, said his son, Joseph Kalinowski. The store, often simply called Chester's by the regular customers, closed in 1982 when Mr. Kalinowski retired. "He loved it," his son said. "It was his whole life, making sausages, kielbasa and lunch meats. He didn't care about television or sports, just his store." "People came from all over especially on the holiday seasons like Easter and Christmas," recalled his Deaths elsewhere Leona E. Falcone Davidson, 74. who appeared on recruitment posters for the Women's Army Corps in World War II, died May 6 at Community Hospital in Fresno, Calif., where she lived since 1959. She lived in Norristown and Wayne in her youth. In 1940, she graduated from Temple University with a bachelor's of science degree and subsequently did graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania while employed as a consumer researcher. She enlisted as a private in the WACS in 1942 and was a second lieutenant in less than a year. She was discharged as a captain. After leaving the service, she was a buyer for department stores around the country. She retired as chief buyer for the Rhodes Department Store chain in Fresno in 1962. Mr. Krauss' understanding of the physics of sound and acoustics as related to the metallurgy of the trumpet made his counsel much sought after by artists in the field, Bischel said. "He had a method of blowing the trumpet that was really unique," Bis chel said. "He could pick up the sound and feeling of a flute, making a transition so smooth that you didn't catch the change until after it happened." ; Born in Salem, Ohio, in 1909, Mr. Krauss began his music study at age 8 with piano lessons. Three years later he switched to the trumpet. By age 14 he became a professional and joined the musicians' union. AS school would permit, he began play ing musical engagements throughout the area, forming a band called Krauss' Peerless Players. He also played with his father's Quaker City Band in Salem. His father, Samuel, also was a trumpeter. At age 19, Mr. Krauss founded and conducted the band at Salem High School, from which he graduated in 1930. ' "He was very much loved and revered," McCoy said. Mr. Krauss is survived by a sont Samuel G. Jr.; a daughter, Sally Bis chel; three grandsons, and a sister. A memorial service will be held June 6 in Salem, Ohio. , t - . ( Marian T. McKernan Murphy children: Richard E. Jr., Mary T. Coyle, Michael P., and Patrick M.; six grandchildren, and two sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to : call after 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 67th Street and Chester Avenue. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 1 at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the church. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon. The family would appreciate me-' mortal donations to the American Cancer Society. daughter, Terry Fuetterer, who, worked in the store on weekends and ,! holidays. "He took a lot of pride in it He was always cleaning the store. You could eat off the floor." . ', Mr. Kalinowski, born in Wilkes- Barre, Pa., went to Poland as a child when his parents decided to return " to their homeland. While there, he ' spent about six years in butcher' -;' school, then came back to the United '; States when he was 17 in search of " opportunity, his son said. In addition to his son and daught , ter, Mr. Kalinowski is survived by , four grandchildren and a sister. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and at 8 a.m. tomorrow at Pred-pelski Funeral Home, 983 Haddon ' Ave., Collingswood. A Mass of Chris "' tian Burial will be celebrated at 9 ' a.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph Catholic ' Church, 10th and Mechanics Streets; Camden. Burial will be in St. Jo- '' seph's Cemetery, Chews Landing. ; Surviving are her husband, Mel; stpnvtns. Nipl and Jpffrpy; fivp grandchildren, and a brother. Services are private. Kathryn "Kay" A. Hemmert, 74, of Wildwood Crest, died Saturday at Burdette Tomlin Hospital in Cape May Court House. Mrs. Hemmert was born in the: Kensington section of Philadelphia and attended area schools. She was a homemaker. Her husband, Raymond,"' was president of the city firefighters''! union from 1964 to 1977. Surviving are her husband; a son,; John LaRovere; daughters, Constance Lombardi and Patricia Costel-lo; seven grandchildren, and ninet great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. today at Kester's Funeral Home. 609 E. Alle--gheny Ave. Burial will be at Forest Hills Cemetery, Somerton. it 1.1 V.

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