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B4 Monday, July 3, 1995 THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Death Notices Death Notices Obituaries Gale Gordon, 89, actor in radio, TV and films regular roles in seven weekly broadcasts: Fibber McGee and Molly (as Mayor LaTrivia), My Favorite Husband, Our Miss Brooks, The Alice Faye-Phil Harris Show, The Halls of Ivy (Ronald Colman), The Dennis Day Show and The Great Gilder-sleeve. Mr. Gordon had no trouble making the transition to the small screen. He became a regular on Pete and Gladys, Sally and The Jack Benny Show as well as the TV version of Our Miss Brooks. Mr.
Gordon and Bob Sweeney starred from 1956 to 1958 in a CBS series, The Brothers, a rare exception to his supporting-actor status. He also appeared in feature films, often as a stuffy military officer. They included Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys, All in a Night's Work, Dont Give Up the Ship, Visit to a Small Planet and All Hands on Deck. Mr. Gordon was born in New York City on Feb.
2, 1906, son of a vaudeville performer and an actress. The family lived in England for several years, which resulted in Mr. Gordon's precise, slightly accented speech. After a few years of touring the United States in stock companies, he landed in Hollywood as network radio was growing in importance. He took time out from his career for World War II service on a Coast Guard ship.
While appearing on the Death Valley Days radio show in 1940, Mr. Gordon met and married actress Virginia Curley. They had no children. Death Notices C0ATES June 30, 1995, DIANA M. (net Brown), wife of James Ceates; beloved mother of Jamie and Christina, sister of Jacqueline sates, Colleen German, Daniel Brown and the late Valerie Brown, daughter of Robert and Barbara (net Edson).
Relatives, friends invited to Service, 10 AM THE JOSEPH A. OUINN FUNERAL HOME, Cor. Roosevelt Blvd. and Sanger St. Friends may call aft 9 AM Int.
Oakland Com. In lieu of flowers, contributions In her memory to the Coates Children College Trust Fund, co Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown would be appreciated. COLEMAN MARY A.
(nee Smith), July 1, 1995, beloved wife of Bob and loving mother of Marie, Mickaline, Maureen and Robert; daughter of Mary (nee Donaghy) and the latt Thomas Smith. Mary Is also survived by 3 sisters and a brother, Elizabeth Shaffer, Harry, Lynn and Kathleen Smith; 7 nieces and nephews. She was a graduate of Little Flower High School Class of 1971. Relatives and friends invited to her Funeral 1:30 AM, from McCAFFERTY-SWEENEY FUNERAL HOME, 6126 Torresdale Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Holy Innocents R.C.
Church. Viewing Thurs. eve. 7 to 9 PM kit. Resurrection Cem In lieu of flowers, family requests donations to Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burhoun 191 1 1.
COLMAN, CM. July 1995, REV. JOHN E. COLMAN CM, of brother of Walter. Religious, relatives and friends are Invited to his Viewing Wed.
4 to 6 and 7 to 9 PM and Thurs. 10 AM at St. Vincent's Seminary, 500 E. Chelten Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, Thurs.
II AM kit St. Joseph's Seminary, Princeton, J. CR0CE JOSEPH July 1995, of brother of Mary AmabUe, Rose Croce, Emma Ettorre, the late Adele Croce, the late John Croce and the late Dominic Croce; also survived by his companion Carmella Colagreco. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral on Wed. 10:15 AM at THE ROBERT L.
D'ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF OVERBROOK, 6506-20 Haverford Phila. Mass of Christian Burial II AM Our Ladv of Angels Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem.
Friends may call Wed. morning 9 to 10:15 AM at the Memorial Home. (Parking on Premises). Contributions in his memory to Our Ladv of Angels Church, 49th St. and Lancaster PA would be appreciated.
CUTLER July 2, 1995, WILLIAM, devoted husband of Gladys (nee Rosenberg), devoted father Jack Cutler and Samuel Cutler and his wife Kathv, dear brother of Maurice Cutter, Seymour Cutler, Pearlent (DeH) Waller and Louis Cutter; also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend services Moa 2 PM STANLEY L. WISNOFF, 6410 N. Broad St. Int.
Montefiore Cem. Family wiH return to the late residence. In his memory please make contributions to the Women's League for Medical Research, York A Tabor Roads, PA 19141 DEAL Suddenly, June 30, 199S, JOHN beloved husband of Claire F. (nee Dougherty), dear father of Kellyann, Anthony and Sean; brother of Charles, Florence Buck, Mary Eichorst and Thomas; grandfather of Zachery. Relatives, friends and BSA Troop No.
585 are invited to his viewing from THE WALTER J. MEYERS FUNERAL HOME, 6643-45 Torresdale Ave. (at Unruh), Wednesday evening, 7 to 9, and Thursday 8:45 to 9:30 followed by Mass of Christian Burial, St. Bernard's Church, 10 AM Int. Our Ladv of Grace Cemetery.
(Parking on Meyer's Lot behind Funeral Home). In lieu of flowers or Mass Cards, donations to Sean's Trust Fund would be appreciated. DESCANO On July 2, 1995, ANGELO beloved husband of the late Marguerite (nee Scarpitti), of Cherry Hill, N.J. (formerly of age 88 years; surviving are his daughter Mrs. Frances Sandt of Cherry Hill and his son Paul Descano of Harrlsburg, Pa.
his 7 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; also surviving are his 2 brothers, Henry and Albert and his sister Helen, aH of Phila. Funeral services and kit. win be held privately. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers memorial contributions in Mr. Descano's memory to VITAS Health Care 2 Executive Campus, Cherry Hill, NJ.
08001 Arrangements bv BOCCO FUNERAL HOME, CHERRY HILL DOBZANSKI On July 1, 1995, MICHAEL age 76, husband of Teresa (nee Jasko) of Cinnaminson, N.J. father of Diana T. Anderson of Lanoka Harbor, N.J., Thomas R. of Calif, and Linda Moorhouse of Deiran, 7 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to call Wed.
from 8 to 9 AM at THE WEBER FUNERAL HOME, 112 Broad Ri vert on, N.J. and to attend the Mass of Christian Burial Wed. 9:30 AM at St. Caslmir's R.C. Church, Riverside.
Int. Lakeview Memorial Park. DOHERTY July 1, 1995, GERALD beloved husband of Monica (nee Gregg); devoted father of Geraldine DeMarshall, Mary J. Christof and the late Frederick Doherty; also survived bv 11 grandchildren; several great grandchildren and one brother Charles. Relatives, friends and retired employees of Budd Company are Invited to his Funeral on Wed.
8:30 AM from BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9708 Frankford Ave. (at Fitter St.) Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM St. Katharine's Church. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem.
Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 9. In lieu of flowers donations to Immaculate Mary Home, 2990 Holme PA 19136 would be appreciated. DUGERY June 30, 1995, CATHERINE (nee McFadden), of Glen, Carrigart, County Donnegal, Ireland, wife of the late John, mother of James, Edward, John, Catherine M.
and Mary Brandenstein, the late Margaret Dugerv-Trieber and the late Daniel; also survived bv 14 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Holy Cross Church, 154 E. Mt. Airy Ave. on Wed.
at 8 PM Viewing 7 to 8 PM in the Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Memorial donations to Holy Cross Parish would be appreciated. Procession to Cem.
from the church 9:30 AM Thurs. FYFE AND MILLER F.H. EPPLE CAROLINE (nee Nagel), on June 29, 1995, beloved wife of Walter, mother of Carl, Paul, and Dr. Walter Epple; also survived by her 5 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral service II AM.
at THE WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 6902 Rising Sun where friends may call after 10 AM Int. Forest Hills Cem. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to Jeanes Home Health Care, 402-B Huntingdon Pike, Rockledge, PA. 19046. FLEMING FLORENCE J.
(nee Blagbrough) on June 30, 1995 of Mantua, NJ, formerly of Lansdowne, PA, age 87, beloved wife fo the alte William Fleming, Sr. loving mother of William M. Fleming, of Mantua, NJ Donald A. Fleming, of New MHford, CT. and Linda C.
Young of Lansdowne, PA; also survived bv I grandchildren and one great grandson. Relatives and friends are invited to her Memorial Service Thurs. 11 A.M. at the FUNERAL HOME OF M. f.
WILLIAMS, Baltimore and Summit Clifton Heights where they may call after 10:30 AM Int. Valley Forge Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts in her name may be made to the American Heart Assoc 625 W. Ridge Pike, Bldg. A.
Suite 100, Consnonocken, PA 19428-1190. FRITZ July 1, 1995, ALBERT age 60, of Glenmore and formerly of Havertown, Pa. beloved husband of JoAnn (nee Droneburg); beloved father of Thomas E. (Cheryl), Steven (Lori), Susan Moore (James), Elaine G. Clinton (Gerald), Karen Ofensend (Randy) and Beth Lazar; grandfather of Michelle, Kimberty, Jamie, T.J., Sara and Justin Fritz, Christina and Ryan Moore, Amanda, Allison, Audrey and Brett Clinton; beloved brother of Alberta Fritz and beloved son of the late Elizabeth Jackson Fritz; beloved son-in-law of Louise T.
Droneburg; uncle of Francis Fritz. Relatives, friends, members of Upper Darby Fire Co. 3, Cardington Stonehurst Fire Co. 4, Employees of Louis Hein Co. and Ritter Engineering of Edgemont, Pa.
are Invited to his Funeral Service Thurs. 1 PM THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (COR. LYNN UPPER DARBY, PA. where friends may call after 12 Noon. Int.
valley Forge Memorial Gardens. Friends may also call Wed. eve. 6 to 9 PM A contribution in his memory to Bryn Mawr Hospital Cancer Research Center, Bryn Mawr, PA would be appreciated. GARDNER On June 30, 1995, POLLY HARRISON GARDNER, at her summer home on Northport Point, Michigan, following a brief illness.
Known for her enthusiastic community and civic efforts which included various roles and directorships with Junior League of Davton, Ohio; Planned Parenthood and St. Christopher's Hospital for Children Amity House for Battered Women, Family Planning Clinic, and YWCA of Brunswick, Georgia, and the Human Society of South Coastal Georgia. Polly Gardner was born June 5, 1929, in Chicago, to Isabel and O. Lee Harrison of Davton, Ohio. She graduated from Madeira School and attended Smith College.
ki addition to husband, Stephen, her surviving family Includes 4 sons and 5 grandchildren: Lee and Carolyn Gardner with children, Hunter, Hilary and Hayden of Indianapolis Indiana; Steve Gardner Jr. and Margot Nacev of Berthoud, Colorado; Timothy Gardner and Deb Froeb with children, Bentamkt and Augustus of Denver, Colorado; and David and Dana Gardner of Columbus, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made in her memory to Planned Parenthood. Services wHI be held 5 PM, July Atwitl Memorial Chapel, Northport Point, Michigan and later this year at Sea Island, Georgia. GEARY PAUL on July 1, 1995, of Drexel Hill, beloved husband of Theresa D.
(nee Dover), dear father of Kathleen Geary-Schank, Paul Michael J. and James C. Geary; also survived bv his 10 grandchildren, stepson of Catherine Geary, brother of Marie O'Brien, Robert and Richard Geary. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thurs. 8:30 AM THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (COR.
LYNN UPPER DARBY, and to Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Church of St. Andrew, School Lane, Drexel Hal. Int. Fernwood Cera Friends may cat Wedev. 7-9 Death Notices RELLIS July 2, 1995, ABRAHAM husband el the late Fanny, fattier of Steven Reilis, brother of Helen Birschteki, grandfather of Jennifer and Beth.
Relatives and friends are Invited graveside services Mon. 2 PM precisely at the Shalom Memorial Park (Section Jacob), Pine Byberry Rds. Shiva win be observed at the ReHis residence Contributions ki his memory may bo mode to the ReHis Scholarship Fund at Delaware Valley CoHeg S. WILLIAM GERTRUDE SCKULER S.S.J. Jun 30, 1995, FLORENCE, 85 years old.
Cousin of Maria McLaughlin, Joan McCullough, and Kathleen Ciorletti. Religious relatives and friends Invited to Mass of Christian Burial Wed. 3 PM, St. Josephs Vela. Int.
Vina Cem. Viewing Wed. after 1:30 PM Donations In her memory to St. Josephs YStt 1,0 w- "tJMWctan Av Fleurtown, PA 19031, would be appreciated. SALKEVER On July 1, 199S, ABRAHAM LOUIS ROMOV of Newtown Square, formerly of Albany NY and Baltimore MD, beloved husband of Edna (nee Tiskowitz) dear father of Stephen and David; brother of Nancy Cosher and Ruth Kahn and th lat Herman; grandfather of Emily, Alexander, Katya and Tamara, great grandfather Courtney and Taylor Scott.
Relatives and friends are invited to his Graveside Service Wed. 2 PM at Havm Salomon Memorial Park, Frazor Pa. Donations ki Abraham's memory may mad to th American Cancer Society, 280 N. Providence Media, PA 19063 or Learning Independence Through Computers, 28 E. Ostend Baltimore, MD 21230.
SEIDEN July 1, 1995, LILLYAN (nee Barber), wife of Louis mother of Dr. Kerwki (Franclne) Seiden, sister of Rae Schwartz, grandmother of Stacy, and Craig Kimmel, Tammy and Ray Marshall and Jennifer Seiden, great-grandmother of Kirstie, Zacharv and Collin. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Mon. 1:30 P.M. precisely GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 6410 N.
Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family wiH return to the residence Dr. Kerwin and Francine Seiden SHAPIRO July 1, 1995, ROSE, wife of th late Louis, mother of Leonard (Maxine) Shapiro, sister of Gertrude Gerstier, grandmother of Louis Shapiro, Dr.
Amy Kurzrok, Scott Orloff, and Dean Ortoff, great grandmother of Dayna and Samantha. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services, 11:30 AM, precisely, at Roosevelt Memorial Park (Section O). FamHy WW return to the residence of Leonard and Maxine Shapiro. Contributions ki her memory may be made to a SbIrs SMITH Suddenly, July 1, 1995, JOYCE A. (nee Muller) of Rox; wife of Raymond J.
Smith mother of Arlene M. Caramanico, Raymond J. Smith III, Debrj A. Moore, Daniel A. and Steven C.
Smith; daughter of Ida and the lat August Muller; sister of August Muller; mother-in-law of Nicholas Caramanico, Donna Smith and George Moore; also survived by 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to Viewing, 11 AM, THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 Ridge Ave. (Cor. of Livezey) followed by Funeral Service, 12 Noon. Int.
PhUa. Memorial Park. No Viewing Tues. eve. Donations in her memory to Th Emmanual Methodist Church, Gates and Silverwood PA 19)28 would be appreciated.
SPONSLER Of Overbrook, on June 24, 1995, ELLEN GERMAN, wife of the late Frederick brother-in-low of Charles F. Sponsler; also survived by 5 nephews and 2 nieces. Relatives and friends are invited to services July 5th, 2 PM at Gloria Dei (Old Swedes Church), Christopher Columbus Blvd. and Christian St. Int.
adioining Churchyard. In lieu of flowers memorials in her name may be sent to Ladies Aid Society of Lankenau Hospital, 100 E. Lancaster Wynnewood, PA 19096. CRAFT OF ERDENHEIM STEINMAYER CHARLES J. STEINMAYER on Jun 27, 1995 of the Masonic Home of PA, formerly of beloved husband of the late Ruth Valara Fox, dear father of Joanne F.
Johnston and Charles J. Steinmaver, also survived by 8 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to call Thurs. evening July 6, 7 to 9 PM BRINGHURST FUNERAL HOME, 66 S. Stat Rd.
(at Sellers Upper Darby. Masonic Services wW be held by Cassia-Mt. Horeb, Lodge No. 273 F.4AM at 8 PM Int. private.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the Masonic Horn of PA, 801 Ridge Pike, Lafaytte Hill, PA 19444. STEIN On June 27, 1995, MARTIN, husband of Anne (nee Fein), of Penn Wynne, father of Natalie Stein and Carol Stein, both of PhHa. Mr. Stein was a retired postal worker and certified public accountant. Memorial Service for famHy and friends on July 7th at 4 PM at Haverford Friends Meeting House, 855 Buck Lane, Haverford, PA.
THOMPSON WALTER J. SR. on June 30, 1995, ag 81 years, Mr. Thompson was a 25 gallon dub blood donor and a volunteer at Fox Chase Cancer Research. Beloved husband of Elsie (nee Cummings), dear father of Walter J.
Charles H. and Jov Puchucki (nee Thompson), grandfather of 8, brother of Charles H. Thompson and Edith Smith. Relatives and friends are invited to his memorial service Wed. 10 A.M.
at the DEANGEITNERGIVNISH OF LAWNDALE, 6401 Rising Sun Ave. (at Levick St.) TIERNEY June 30, 1995, EDITH M. (tie Donnelly), of Narberth, PA, wife of the lat Joseph J. Tlemev, devoted mother of Norrta Holmes and Adell Williamson; also survivied by 13 grandchidlren and 8 great grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial Wed.
July 5, 11 AM St. Margaret's Church, Narberth Narberth. Int. Calvary Cem. Relatives and friends are invited to caH at the McCONAGHY FUNERAL HOME, 328 W.
Lancaster Ardmore, PA. Wed. from 9 until 10:30 AM VEIL July 1, 1995, EDNA (nee Jackson), beloved wife of Paul E. Veil devoted mother of Paul E. Richard Kenneth J.
and Gary also survived by 9 grandchildren and 9 greatgrandchildren and her sister Anna Steckllne of AmarSlo Texas. Mrs. Veil ws an active member in St. Petri's Lutheran Church of Tacony since 1935 as a Sunday School Teacher, a member of Ladies' Aid and Senior Citizens' Club. Relatives and friends are invited to her VIEWING Wed.
morning 9:30 AM. followed by Religious Service II AM. St. Petri's Lutheran Church, 6820 Jackson St. Int.
Forrest Hills Cem. ROWLANG-MYERS, F.H. Torresdale at Tyson, 2)5-624-3535 VERNACCHIO June 29, 1995, DORIS (nee Comolll), beloved wife of Joseph, dearest daughter of Louise (Comolli) Meder; also survived bv aunts and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral 9 AM. at THE MONTI FUNERAL HOME, 2533-35 S.
Broad St. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM, St. Alice Church, ISO Hampden Rd. (Copley Rd. Walnut La), Upper Darby, Pa.
Int. Arlington Cera, Drexel Hill. Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 9.
WALKER July 1, 1995, JAMES beloved husband of Joan E. (nee McFariand), devoted father of Kathleen McGinn, James Donald J. and Stephen also survived by 7 grandchildren, 2 brothers, John, Robert, 2 sisters, Jean Povnter, and Marian PhHlips. Relatives and friends are Invited to his viewing and funeral 9 BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9708 Frankford Ave. (at Fitter St.) followed bv Service of Christian Burial, 10 AM Int.
Resurrection Cem. In lieu of flowers, contributions ki his memory to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, co of Medical College of Pa. Hospital, 3300 Henry Phila. PA 19129, Attn: Dr. Stanley Fie! would be appreciated.
WARD On July 1, 1995, CATHERINE A. (nee Ambrv), beloved wile of the late Frederick W. M.D. of Newtown Square, devoted mother of Frederick A. of Evans City, Ambry C.R.
of Langhorne and Michael J.A. M.D. of Berwyn; also survived by 5 grandchildren and a brother Edward Ambry of NJ. Funeral service and int. private at the convenience of the famHy.
Memorials may be sent In her memory to the Helen Beeba Foundation, Hearing Speech Center, 505 CatteH Easton, Pa 18042. FRANK C. VIDEON, Broomall WEISENSTEIN July 2, 1995, RACHEL (RAE) (nee Epstein) wife of the late Samuel of Cherry Hill, NJ. mother of Larry Weisenstein, Ira Weisenstein and Donald Weisenstein; grandmother of Mitch, Eric, Ronn, Brian, DanieHe, and Todd. Relatives and friends are invited to Services, Moa 11 AM PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, 2001 Berlin Cherry Hid, NJ.
Int. Beth Israel Cem. The family wiH be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisenstein beginning Tues.
eve. and respectfully request contributions ki her memory be made to Deborah Hospital, Trenton Browns Mills, J. 08015 or the Jewish Community Center, 2393 W. Martton Pike, Cherry HW, J. 08002.
WITTIG Suddenly July 1, 1995. THOMAS W. JR. of Rox. husband of Mary D.
(nee Ryan), father of Mary Kristen Thomas W. Ill and Robert K. Wittig, brother of Edith Kirchner, nephew of Edith Schneider. Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral Thurs. 9 AM THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 Ridge Ave.
(Cor. of Livezey). Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Int. Arlington Cem.
Friends may call Wed. eve. 7 to 9 PM. Donations in his memory to the Children's Hospital of Phila, 34th Civic Center PA 19104 would be appreciated In Memoriams DOYLE, ELEANOR K. July 3, 1920 March 3, 1993 Happy 75th Birthday.
'Til memory fades and light departs, you live for- ever in our hearts. Sadly missed by your husband Elmer and your daughter Betty. KOLBIK.FRANK J. January 6, 1920 July 3, 1958 Rememffering and loving you forever. 'Jvife, Sophie McCarthy MARY CATHERINE "MAE" (nee Manning), on June 30, 1995, of West Chester, beloved wife of the late Timothy J.
McCarthy, laving mother of Francis J. McCarthy, John J. McCarthy, Rosemary Dougherty and the late Timothy J. McCarthy, devoted grandmother of Rosemary Dougherty Daum, John T. Dougherty, Shannon and Daniel McCarthy, sister of John Manning.
Relatives and friends are Invited to her Funeral, Wed. 9 AM O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, 640 E. Springfield Springfield, PA and to her Mass of Christian Burial Wed. 10:30 AM Holy Cross Church, Springfield, PA. kit.
SS. Peter and Paul Cam. (Parking on Premises). McGARVEY FRANCIS June 30, 1995 of Wvrmewood, PA; beloved husband of Kay M. McGarvev; brother of William H.
(Whitey) McGarvev; also survived by nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral, 9:30 AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (COR. LYNN UPPER DARBY, PA. Mass of Christian Burial, II AM, Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, 63rd A Lancaster PhUa. kit.
Holy Cross Cem. Friends may cat. Wed. 7 to 9. ki lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory to St.
Malachy Church, 1429 N. llth PA 19122 would appreciated MEHAN ANDREW June 30, 1995, ag 70 of Drexel Hfa; beloved husband of Alice (nee McLean); father of Anne Swam, John Mary Alice Kupticki, Andrew Eleanor Fobben, Paul Elizabeth M. Knaide; brother of Mari Maricl and Ann Barton; also survived bv 12 grandchildren. Relatives, friends Invited to Funeral, 10 AM, RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, Township Line (City Line Ave.) and Burmont Drexel HID. Mass of Christian Burial, II AM, St.
Bernadette's Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. In lieu of flowers donations to St.
Bernadette's appreciated. MELLETT JOSEPH on June 30, 1995, of E. Lansdowne, PA. Beloved brother of Helen F. Freeburger.
Relatives and friends are invited to his Mass of Christian Burial, Wed. 10 AM. Church of St. CvrH, Penn E. Lansdowne, PA, and to his viewing Wed.
after 9 AM in the church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. (KELLY FUNERAL HOME Upper Darby Pa.) MENICHINI July 1, 1995, MATILDA (nee Murro), wife of the late Alfonso; beloved sister of Maria (Anthony) Prato; also survived bv nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are Invited to viewing and funeral Wed. morning, 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM, from PENNA. BURIAL 1327-29 S. Broad St. (ample free parking).
Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations ki her name to St.
Thomas Aquinas Church, 1719 Morris Pa. 19145. MINGIONI-(PINO) JOSEPHINE, June 30, 1995, widow of Anthony; beloved mother of Jo-Ann (John) GandoHo, Anthony (Kalhy), Joseph (Carol) and Lucille (John) Peiosi; sister of Peter Pino and Rita Decimo; survived bv 12 grandchildren. Relatives and friends Invited to VIEWING AND FUNERAL WED. 6:30 AM CARTO FUNERAL HOME, 2212-14 S.
Broad St. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM St. Monica Church. Int. SS.
Peter and Paul Cem. Omit flowers and make memorial donations to St. Jude's Childrens Research Hosp. 1 St. Jude's Plan Box 3704, Memphis TN, 38173-0704.
MURTHA June 29, 1995, MICHAEL K. (MURPHY), son of Daniel and Florence Murlha, fiance' of Rosemarle White, brother of Denise Pepe, Robert Murlha, Steven Murlha, Nancy Dupoldt, Kathy DiCesare, Kelly Tyson, Carol Leidy and the late Daniel Murtha; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral 8 RACHUBINSKI FUNERAL HOME Of PENNSPORT, 1601-03 S. 2nd St. Mass of Christian Burial 9:30 AM, Epiphany of Our Lord Church.
Ent. Holy Cross Mausoleum. Viewing Wed. eve. 7 9 PM MYERS JOSEPHINE MARTHA, (nee Rvzinski), June 30, 1995, beloved wife of Charles H.
Myers; also survived bv 3 nieces. Services wll be held Wed. July 5, at 1:30 PM at the THE WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 6902 Rising Sun where relatives and friends may call from 12:30. Int. Sunset Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers. Mass cards would be appreciated. 0'MALLEY LAWRENCE E. "LARRY" on June 30, 1995 of West Wildwood, formerly of Clifton Heights, beloved husband of Ethel M. (nee Crane); beloved father of Louise O.
Illlan and Sheila M. Dolan; grandfather of BJ. Dolan, Maureen lllian and Paul IHian; brother of Mae O'Mallev. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Thurs. 9:30 AM O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, 640 E.
Springfield Springfield, PA and to his Mass of Christian Burial, 11 AM Our Lady of Fatima Church, South Secane, Pa. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. (Parking on Premises).
OUTLAW FANCIE on June 28, 1995. She is survived bv 2 daughters, Beatrice Caviness and Eleanor Beale; 5 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing begins 10 AM, Wed. morning July 5, 1995, Deliverance Evangelical Church, 2001 Lehigh with service following at 11 AM Int. Mt.
Lawn Cem. Professional Service by WOOD F.H. PAGAN0 MARY (nee Liquorl), July 1, 1995, of Williamstown, NJ. formerly of 2319 S. Chadwick dearest sister of Ralph, Michael and Urbano (Albert); also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Viewing and Funeral Wed. morning, 90 AM from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME, N.E. Cor. Broad and WoH Sts. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 AM, St.
Monica's Church, 17lh and Ritner Sts. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Broomall, Pa. Parking on Premises.) PAPIT REV.
THEODORE, on July 1, 1995, of SicklervHIe, NJ, age 71 years, husband of Louisa E. Papit (nee Pendlebury); also survived by 4 children, Ted Glenn, Debbie Jablonowski and Sharon Corradino; 2 brothers, Henry and John; 2 sisters, Tonya Miller and Irene Tuckev; and 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Service on Wed. at I PM in Calvary Hill Church, Rte. 3322, Glassboro, NJ, where friends may caH after 11:30 AM.
Int. Lakeview Cinnaminson, NJ. Arrangements bv THE KELLEY FUNERAL HOME, 125 Pitman Pitman, NJ. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Calvary Hill Church, Rte. 322, Glassboro, NJ 08028.
PARKHILL JOAN A. (nee Meehan), on June 30, of Folsom, wife of Charles, mother of Phyllis Gavaghan, mother-in-law of Stephen Gavaghan, grandmother of Michael, James, and Bryan Gavaghan, sister of Thomas, Patrick Meehan and Catherine Nowcaky. Relatives and Friends are invited to attend her funeral, Thurs. 9 AM THE JAMES F. KNOETGEN FUNERAL HOME, 746 Kedron Ridley Morton, Pa.
(Rt. 420). Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM Our Ladv of Peace Church, MHmont Milmont Park. Int. SS Peter and Paul Cem.
Friends may caH Wed. 7 to 9 PM at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations to Alzheimer's Assoc, 100 N. 17th St, 4th Fl PhUa, Pa. 19103 would be appreciated.
PASTER July 2,0995, PHILIP MAX, husband of Ruth (nee Moskowitz), father of Bruce (Eileen) Paster and Gary (Debbie) Paster, brother of Stanton (Arlene) Paster, grandfather of Jason, Eric, Brandon and Blake. Relatives and friends are invited to graveside services Mon. 10 AM. precisely at the Roosevelt Memorial Park (Section B-14), Trevose, Pa. Shiva wiH be observed at the residence of Bruce and Eileen Paster.
GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS PEARCE MILDRED R. (nee Ridav) on July 1, 1995, wife of the late Steele Pearce, mother of Nancy Greenwood. Memorial Service, July 5, 1995 at 1 PM CRAFT FUNERAL HOME OF ABINGTON, 1801 Old York at Old Welsh Rds. Viewing at 12 PM Memorials to Operation Blessing, C.B.N., Virginia Beach, VA 23465. PICKARD ADELE on June 30, 1995, beloved wife of the late Edward E.
Pickard; mother of Robert H. Pickard; grandmother of Shelley Crawford, Daniel Pickard, Darcey Pickard, Jan Hammett, Jill Hamer and Gregory Reber; also survived by 8 great grandchildren; Relatives and friends may call at THE BORGWARDT F.H., 4400 Powder Mill Rd, Beltsville, MD, on Wed. July 5, from 11 AM to 12 noon, where Funeral Service will be held at 12 noon. Int. Mt.
Comfort Alexandria, VA. POWELL GEORGE on June 30, 1995, beloved husband of Eileen M. (nee Ford), dear father of George Kathleen Godfrey, Michael and Sean grandfather of 7, brother of Harry and Joseph. Relatives, friends, retirees of Delaware River Port Authority, Members of S.U.V.C.W. Anna M.
Ross Camp No. 1, and friends of Fox Chase Cancer Center are Invited to his funeral Thurs. morning 9 AM at St. Philip Nerl Church, 1325 Klinerd Pennsburg, PA. 18073, followed bv Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM Int.
Holy Cross East GreenvHIe, PA. Friends may caH Wed. eve. from 7 to 9 PM at DEANGEITNERGIVNISH OF FOX CHASE, 7900 Oxford Ave. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions ki his name to the St.
Philip Neri Building Fund would be appreciated bv the family. PYTLEWSKI July 1, 1995, JOSEPH husband of Mary Lou (nee Haas), father of Theresa McDermott, Jeanine Straub, Leonard and Greg Pvtlewski; also survived by 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral service Wed. 1 PM WHEELER FUNERAL HOME, 957 E. Westmoreland St.
(at St.) Donations in his memory may be mad to the American Cancer Society, 208 N. Providence Media, PA 19063 RAWLINGS THOMAS C. on July 1, 1995, of Lansdowne, Pa. formerly of S.W. graduate of West Catholic High, 1971, beloved son of Thomas E.
and Helen A. (nee Brennan) Rawlings; brother of Michael, Joseph, Brian, Charles, Nancy WiH, Geralyn Crowding and the late John. Mass of Christian Burial, Thurs. 10 AM St. Cyril's Church, Penn East Lansdowne.
Friends may caH Wed. eve. 7 to 9 PM at DOYLE-STONELAKE FUNERAL HOME, 83-85 E. Baltimore Lansdowne and Thurs. morning 8:30 to 9:30 AM kit.
SS. Peter and Paul Cem. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Cyra Cnurch Memorial Fund would be appreciated. (i GIBSON June 30, 199S, ROY of Wldwood Crest, formerly of beloved husband of Elizabeth M.
(Betty) (nee Wright) Gibson, devoted father of Peggy (Pat) Rocks, Christine (Thomas) Flounders, Dennis, Roy (Lee), Mark, (Janice) and the late Edmund Gibson; also survived bv 20 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Relatives, friends. Retired PhUa. Police Officers, Members of Retired Police, Fireman and Park Guards, FOP Lodge No. 5 and former employees of Phila.
State Hospital are invited to his funeral Thurs. 9 AM MANNAL FUNERAL HOME, 692S Frankford Ave. (at Tyson), Mass of Christian Burial Thurs. 10:30 AM St. Baiihlomew R.C Church.
Int. St. Dominic Cem. Memorial contributions Mr. Gibson's name may be mad to Holy Redeemer Hospice, 1801 U.S.
Rt 9, Swainton, NJ 06210. GOETTELMAN G. ROBERT, July 1, 1995, of Blue Be, husband of the late Eileen (nee Elliott), and father of David R. and Richard W. Goettelmaa Service July 5 at I PM In HUFF AND LAKJER FUNERAL HOME, Derstine and Cannon Lansdale, where the family win receive friends 1230 to 1 PM kit.
Northwood Cem. lieu of flowers, sons prefer contributions to the American Cancer Society, 608 E. Main Lansdale, PA. 19446. GOLDSTEIN June 30, 1995, SUSI (nee WuHsohn), wrle of Dr.
George Goldstein, mother of Jimmy (Diana) Goldstein, and Rita (Andrew) Hallock, grandmother of Henry, Zacharv, Anne, and Gregg. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services 11:15 A.M., precisely, GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS SUBURBAN NORTH, 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton (bet. County Lin and Street Rds Int. King David Memorial Park.
Family wNI return to the residence of Jimmy and Diana Goldstein. GRIFFIN July 1, 1995, JOHN L. age 76, beloved husband of Marie (nee Rem); devoted father of John L. father-in-law of Kathv, grandfather of John, Dan and Steve. Relatives, friends and members of Teamsters Local 107, PMT.A., N.JMT.A., Fleet Maintainence, A.H.T.A.
and A.T.C.A. are invited to Services, Thurs. 10 AM MULLIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 11010 Knights Rd. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem.
Friends may caH Wed. eve. after 7 PM In lieu of flowers, donations to American Diabetes Assoc, One Plymouth Meeting, Suite 520, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462-1316 would be appreciated. GUERIN MARY age 93 years of Overbrook on June 1995, sister of Lilian A. Guerin, John J.
Guerin Margaret F. Calabro, Ruth G. Bowman, Joseph R. Guerin and the late William, Charles L. and Thomas I.
Guerin; also survived bv many nieces and nephews. There will be no vieiwng. Mass of Christian Burial Wed. 10 AM in Our Ladv of Lourdes Church, 63rd Lancaster Ave. Int.
Holy Cross Cem. Contributions to the charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated. Am by the BYRNE FUNERAL HOME, OVERBROOK HADDOCK Suddenly, June 30, 199S, TYLER DAVID, age 3 beloved son of Anna Marie and David, sadly missed by his brother, Rvan, maternal grandmother Mary Pahlka, paternal grandparents Elizabeth and John Haddock, his many aunts, uncles and cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to the Mass of Angles, Wed. 10 AM St.
Alovsius Church, 26th and Tasker Sts. Int. Holy Cross Cem. RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME HARMS FRANK 81, of Medford, formerly of Dix Hills, N. on July 1, 1995, husband of the late Clare Tiedeken; father of Stephen, Frank and Richard Harms, Doris Jordan and Janet Dion; brother of John, Charles and Richard Harms and Helen White; grandfather of 7.
Mass of Christian Burial wHI be celebrated July 5th, 12 Noon, at St. Mary of the Lakes R.C. Church, Medford. July 6th. 1:30 PM, at St.
Charles Farmingdale, L.isld, N.Y. Friends may call 9:30 to 11:30 AM, at THE MATHIS FUNERAL HOME, 58 N. Main Medford, N.J. Memorial contributions to either the American Lung Association or American Cancer Society. HETHERINGTON July 1, 1995, EUNICE M.
(nee Owens), wife of the late John F. of S.W. beloved mother of Michael and his wife Cheryl of loving grandmother of Drew, Connor and Blake, sister of Thomas. Relatives and friends may call Wed. 8:30 AM KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Elmwood PhUa.
Mass of Christian Burial to follow 10 AM Church of St. Clement. Int. Holy Sepulchre JABL0NER On July 2, 1995, ANNA (nee Engel), wife of the late Moses D. of New York City, mother of Dr.
Judith Jabloner, sister of Gedalya and Harold Engel, grandmother of Marc David, Jonathan Joseph and Emily Sara Bumble. Relatives and friends are invited to services Wed. 1:15 P.M. "The Riverside," 76th Amsterdam, NYC. Int.
Mt. Lebanon Cem. Family will be at the Bumble residence beginning Wed. evening. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON.
JASINSKI Of Mavfair, on July 1, 1995, KATHER1NE (nee Wieczkowski), beloved wife of the late Joseph Jasinski; devoted mother of Josephine J. Gruen. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing and funeral 8:30 at JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, 3301-15 Cottman Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, St.
Matthew's Church, 10 AM. Int. Oakland Cem. No viewing Tues. eve.
JENKINS MARY B. (nee Brady) on June 30, 1995, age 56, beloved wife of Thomas and mother of Maribeth Lubitsky, Wendy Marthers and Mariory Bond; also survived by 5 grandchildren, her mother Marie Donnelly and 2 sisters Patty Kyser and Jacqueihi O'Donnea. Relatives, friends invited to the Funeral Service on July 6, 10:30 AM at Heritage Chapel of George Washington Memorial Park, Stenton Ave. and Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA. Friends may call after 9 AM Thurs.
Ent. at Geo. Washington Meml Park. Memorials in her name may be made to Holy Redeemer Hospice, 12265 Townsend Suite 400, PA 19154. CRAFT FUNERAL HOME OF ABINGTON KENNEY On June 30, 1995, GEORGE M.
of Upper Darby, beloved husband of Gladys, dear brother of Jon and Curtis Gore. Relatives and friends and former employees of Philadelphia Electric are invited to his Viewing Wed. after 9:30 AM at THE JOHN P. DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, Walnut St. and Copley Upper Darby followed by his service at 10 AM Int.
St. Michael's Lutheran Sellersville, PA. KORT July 1, 1995, DOROTHY SKLAR KORT, mother of Dr. Nathan (Sharl) Sklar and Dr. Judith (Martin) Miller, grandmother of Philip and Dr.
Lisa Miller, Mariorie Miller, Brian Sklar and Debbie Sklar. Relatives and friends are invited gravseside service Mon. 2 PM precisely at Roosevelt Memorial Park (Section T). Family will return to the Miller residence. GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS.
LEWIS June 30, 1995, DOROTHY, of Rydal Park, formerly of Wvndmoor, sister of Edna L. Simpson, aunt of Jill S. Williams, and Guv C. Simpson; also survived bv 2 grand nieces ands 3 grand nephews. Services and interment at the convenience of the family.
(Arr. bv JOHN R. FREED). LICHTER July 1, 1995, MARVIN husband of Puddi (Yetta) (nee Marmer), of father of Fred Mark and Jay Lichter; brother of Ronald Lichter; grandfather of Jason, Joshua, Stefanie and Suzanne; great grandfather of Kourtney. Relatives and friends are invited to Services 10:30 AM, JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N.
Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. The family will return to the late residence and respectfully requests contributions in his memory be made to American Heart Association.
LINDENBERG July 1, 1995, REBECCA, formerly of Park Town Place, aunt of Barbara HeilveU and Rosalie Leftwich. She was an employee of the School District of for 48 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to graveside services Mon. 2:30 P.M. precisely at Mt.
Sharon Cem. (Section W). Contributions In her memory may be made to the Professional Chapter of Women's American O.R.T. GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS LOGEMAN STEPHEN PAUL, on June 29, 1995, father of Stephen and Stacev A. Logeman, of Secane, Pa.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services 11 JAMES M. BROWER FUNERAL HOME, 90S S. Providence Rd. (Rts. 320 and 252), Wallingford, PA.
Int. Lawn Croft Cem. Calling hours Wed. eve. after 7 PM Contributions to Taylor Hospital Hospice, Ridley Park, Pa.
19078, would be appreciated. MACBURNEY On July 1, 1995, HAROLD, of Oaklvn, age 41 years, beloved husband of rend a (nee Young), loving father of Brian and Stacy MacBumey; also survived by a brother William, a sister Evelyn Fans, 6 nieces and 3 nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Moa 8 PM. at the THE CRERAN FUNERAL HOME, 400 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn, NJ. Int.
to be held at the convenience of the family. Friends may cat Mon. eve. 6 to 8 PM In lieu of flowers, family requests memorial contributions be mad to the charity of your choice. MARTIN PASOUALE (PAT), suddenly July 1, 1995, beloved husband of the late Madeline (nee Manno), dear father of Carol Scheib (Lewis), Kathleen Martin-LaBarge (Michael) and Patricia Vadden (Ed), dear brother of Carmella Welden and Michael Martin; survived by 5 grandchildren.
Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thurs. 9:30 AM VINCENT GANGEMI FUNERAL HOME, Broad and Wolf Sts. Mass of Christian Burial ll AM Epiphany Church, 11th Jackson Viewing Wed. eve. PM Evening parking Rota Building Lot, 2304 S.
Broad St. Donations may be made the Ronald McDonald House, 3925 Chestnut PA 19104 in his memory MASON KENNETH on June 25, 1995. Funeral Services will be held on Wed. July 5, 1995. Viewing from 9 to 1 1 AM Services immediately following at Trinity United Methodist Church, Baton and DuvWe Sts.
Int. wilt held in Mt. Lawn Sharon HiM, PA. Arr. by POWELL FUNERAL By Bob Thomas ASSOCIATED PRESS LOS ANGELES Gale Gordon, 89, whose prissy manner and comic tantrums made him a favorite on Our Miss Brooks and three Lucille Ball series, has died.
Mr. Gordon died Friday at the Redwood Terrace Health Center in Es-condido of cancer, Joan Seward, a nurse at the center, said Saturday night. His actress wife, Virginia, died a few weeks earlier in the same nursing home, she said. Mr. Gordon's most enduring performances were delivered on The Lucy Show, on which he appeared from 1963 to 1968 as the stubborn, stuffy bank manager Mr.
Mooney, whose life was bedeviled by his part-time employee Lucy Carmichael. From 1968 to 1974, Mr. Gordon played Lucy Carter's equally blustery brother-in-law and employer at the Unique Employment Agency on Here's Lucy. Miss Ball considered Mr. Gordon so indispensable that she cast him again in her short-lived 1986 series Lije with Lucy.
For nine years on radio and television, Mr. Gordon grumped as the high school principal Osgood Conk-lin on Our Miss Brooks. When the original Mr. Wilson on Dennis the Menace, Joseph Kearns, died in 1962, Mr. Gordon took over the role.
His verbal skills made him perhaps the busiest actor on radio in the years just before television knocked radio drama and comedy aside for good. In the early 1950s, he was playing Deaths Here John Rosolowicz, 84, a cartoonist who offered a bit of whimsy to anyone who has ever peeled open a piece of Bazooka gum, died Thursday at Albert Einstein Medical Center. He lived in West Oak Lane. Mr. Rosolowicz drew cartoons until the day of his death, said his cousins.
He used the pseudonym "John Rosol" because the shorter name fit better next to a cartoon, said his cousin, Kathleen Battaglia. A graduate of Germantown High School, Mr. Rosolowicz received a bachelor of arts degree from the Philadelphia College of Art. He began and remained a freelance artist, drawing for King Fisher, Saturday Evening Post and Globe magazine. His most widely circulated work came in the form of the wrappers folded around pieces of Bazooka Bubble Gum.
There, he created the adventures of Bazooka Joe and a motley crew of friends, his cousins said. He also published a children's book, The Cat's Meow, his cousins said. His last project was a cartoon book on safety for the Philadelphia Transit Co. Survivors: several cousins. Services: viewing, 10:30 a.m.
Friday, Nasevich Funeral Home, 109 East Tabor Rd. in Philadelphia; funeral, 11:30 a.m. at the funeral home; burial, Oakland Cemetery. Dorothy L. Baines, 67, a retired Philadelphia elementary school teacher and Northeast resident for the last 36 years, died at her home Tuesday after an apparent heart attack.
Mrs. Baines was born in Harris-burg. She was a 1948 graduate of Cheyney University and earned a master's degree in education the following year from Pennsylvania State University. She taught in Philadelphia from 1952 to 1982, usually fifth-grade classes. Early on, she taught at the George Meade and John Barry Elementary Schools, but she spent the last 20 years of her career at Thomas Holme Elementary in the Northeast.
Mrs. Baines was an active community volunteer, working with the Friends of the Torresdale branch of the Free Library, Friends Hospital, and the Opera Guild. For many years, she had done volunteer work for the Northeast YWCA. Survivors: daughter, Laura Moore-head; and sisters, Kaye Allen and Marva Mathieu. Services: viewing, noon today, African Episcopal Church of St.
Thomas, Overbrook and Lancaster Avenues; service, 1 p.m., at the church. Interment will be private. Mary B. Jenkins, 56, an active volunteer, died Friday at her home in Willow Grove. For years, Mrs.
Jenkins was active with the Pioneer Partners of Liberty Bell Chapter No. 6 of the Telephone Pioneers of America, a community service organization composed of retired Bell System employees. Her husband, Thomas, is president of the local unit. "She was very popular for her unselfish giving of her time," said her husband. Mrs.
Jenkins also co-founded the Moreland Hills 4-H Club and was active in the Willow Grove Welcome Wagon program for many years. Survivors, in addition to her husband: daughters, Maribeth Lubitsky, Wendy Marthers and Marjory Bond; mother, Marie Donnelly, and two sisters. Services: viewing, 9 a.m. Thursday, Heritage Chapel of George Washington Memorial Park, Stenton Avenue and Butler Pike in Plymouth Meet ing; funeral, 10:30 a.m. at the chapel; entombment will be in the park.
Donald Grace, 48, a counselor at the Youth Study Center, died Thursday at Albert Einstein Medical Center. He lived in Mount Airy. Born and raised in North Philadelphia, Mr. Grace attended Edison High School. He enlisted in the U.S.
Army and served in Vietnam during the war. After six years of active duty, he served several more years in the Army National Guard. For 18 years, Mr. Grace was a counselor at the Youth Study Center, the city's detention center for juveniles. "He enjoyed working with the kids.
He felt like he was giving something back to the community," said his fiancee, Gwendolyn Walker. He was taking courses at the Community College of Philadelphia for a college degree. In his spare time, Mr. Grace was an avid bicycle rider, and he often rode to and from work. He was also an impeccable dresser, known for his stylish taste, Walker said.
Mr. Grace was a member of Morris Chapel Baptist Church. Survivors, in addition to his fiancee: daughter, Tonya Scott; son, Breck Grace; a sister, and three brothers. Services: viewing, 9 to 11 a.m. today, Morris Chapel Baptist Church, 12th Street and Lehigh Avenue; funeral, 11 a.m.
at the church; burial, Ivy Hill Cemetery. Death Notices ABDERHALDEN July 1, 1995, ROBERT husband of Dorothy of Middletown fattier of Dr. R. Thomas Abderhalden, David J. Abderhalden, Jan A.
Kenney and Sara E. Price; brother of George Abderhalden; also survived bv 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to attend his Funeral Service Wed. 7 PM, in THE J. NELSON RIGBY FUNERAL HOME, Baltimore Ave.
and Jackson Media. Friends may call to 6:45 P.M. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to Middletown Presbyterian Church, 273 S. Old Middletown Elwvn, Pa. 19063 or Middletown Fire Co.
Bids. Fund, P.O. Box 4257, Elwyn, Pa. 19063 would be appreciated ACGONCIAMESA MICHAEL, July 1, 199S, survived by his brother and sisters; also nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to his VIEWING AND FUNERAL Wed.
1:30 AM at St. Rita's of Cacia, Broad A Elsworth St. Mass of Christian Burial 9:30 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Arrangements by LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME, INC.
BARTH0LD July 1, 1995, MARY G. (nee Raffertv) of wife of the late Martin A. Barthold mother of Ann McAndrew, Thomas and the late Richard Barthold; sister of Anne Holdsworthan; also survived bv 6 grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Relatives and friends are invited to Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Holy Family Church. Int.
Calvary Cem. No Viewing, Tues. eve. (THE ROLLER FUNERAL HOME) BAUR June 30, 1995, JANET sister of Ruth OeFellce, June Corso, Matthew Baur, William Baur, Albert Baur, Joan Cosenia, Paul Baur, Charles Baur, Lorraine Mattie, and the late Frank X. Baur and the late Raymond.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Service II AM at JOHN R. DEADY FUNERAL HOME, 2501 S. Camac St. Int. Fernwood Cem.
Viewing Wed. morning 9 to II AM BREIMHURST LOUIS on July 1, 1995, of Newtown Square, beloved husband of lona E. (nee Summers), dear father of Diana L. Dunn; grandfather of Michael, Kelly and Brian Dunn; brother of Donald Breimhurst, Dorothy Steiner, Leona Breimhurst and Gertrude Sullivan. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral 1:30 AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 3300 WEST CHESTER PIKE, NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA.
and to Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Church of St. Anastasia, Newtown Square, Pa. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem.
Friends may can Tues. eve. 7-9. BREKDZA June 29, 1995, DAVID beloved son of Cyril F. and Mary Pureed Brendza, 25 years, brother Josseph W.
Relatives and friends are Invited to' Funeral, Wed. 10 AM in The Epiphany of Our Lord Church, Blue Bell, Burial Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call from 10 AM with Mass of Christian Burial at II AM In lieu of flowers memorials in his name to AMI of Eastern PA, PO Box 126, Oreland, PA 19075 would be appreciated. Arr. EMIL J.
CIA VARELLI F.H., Ambler CAREY On June 30, 1995, ARTHUR B. age 71, beloved husband of Martha (nee Dermodv) in FL, formerly of the Phila. area, father of Arthur B. David Christine N. and Catherine also survived bv his sister Lorraine WoH, his brother Bernard and his grandson Edward.
Relatives and friends may caH Wed. 1:45 to 9:15 AM. in the THE FRANK C. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Sprout and Lawrence Broomall. Funeral Service with Holy Communicion Wed.
10 AM Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, Drexel Hill. Memorial gifts may be sent to the American Heart 6ii W. Ridge Pike, Consnonocken, Pa. 19428. Int.
Calvary Cem i.
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