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Philip T. Medico 215 Luzerne West Plttston, died Friday night at home. Born In Plttston he resided in West Plttston the past 33 years. He was the son of the late SCataldo and Tina (Gelso) Pi MpHIrn ha nttonHoH Rev. Joseph G.
Kane Rev. Joseph G. Kane, 87, Westminster Presbyterian Home, Columbus, Ohio, a former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Nantlcoke, where he served from 1929 to 1952, died in Westminster Presbyterian Hospital, Columbus, on Thursday. During World War I he served with the Army. Other pastorates he served Included Presbyterian Church, St.
Mary's, West Virginia and Westminster Presbyterian Church, Harrlsburg. Following his retirement, Rev. Mr. Kane served as associate fti WW, HIIVII.M VWIIII 3 the Evangelist School in Pitt- -Philip Medico Laflln; Thomas Swoyersvllle; William II, West Plttston; Philip West Plttston; daughter, Mrs. Charles (Tina) Aqullina, West Wyoming; 14 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs.
Grace Giarran-tlno, West Plttston; Mrs. Pearl Butera, West Plttston; Mrs. Mary Son, West Plttston; brother, Charles West Plttston. funeral will be Tuesday at 9 from the Adonizlo Funeral Home, 251 William Plttston with Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 in Immaculate Conception Church, West Pittston. Interment in Dcnison Cemetery, Swoyersvllle.
Friends may call Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Memorial Contributions may be made to Our Lady of Fatlma Spiritual Center, P.O. Box 163, Elmhurst, Pa. 18416. I 5 ston.
8 Mr. Medico was president general manager of Medico Industries, 1500 Highway Route 315, Plains Township. He was a director of Fox Hill 2 Country Gub. past exalted w- ruler of the Elks Gub, and a 2 member of Immaculate Con-g ceptlon Church, West Pittston and its Holy Name Society, ft Surviving are his wife, the former Winifred Qulnn of Avoca; sons, Charles Joseph C. Schilling Joseph C.
Schilling, 63, Box 194 RD Hickory Hills, Dallas, died at home Saturday morning of an apparent heart attack Born In Duryea, July 20, 1919, he was the son of Mrs. Alice Sobeskl Schilling and the late Joseph Schilling. He was a graduate of Duryea High School and Fordham University. He was employed by the Lehigh Valley Coal Company Sales Division, and most recently as a real estate broker associated with the Frank Crossln Agency. He was an Army veteran of World War Il serving overseas.
Surviving are his mother; wife, the former Eileen Morris; sons, Robert, Boston, Alan, Mount Pleasant, daughters, Mrs. Jane Fetko, Shavertown; Mrs. Donna Crossln, Kingston; sisters. Miss Gara, Duryea; Mrs. Eleanor O'Connor, Brooklyn, N.Y.; three grandchildren.
Funeral will be Tuesday at 9 from the Hugh P. Boyle Funeral Home, 333 Wyoming Kingston with Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 In St. Therese's Church, Shavertown. Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Carverton.
Friends may call Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Rosary at 7:15. Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania. 71 N. Franklin SL, Wilkes-Barre.
Mrs. Julia Zaremba Mrs. Julia Zaremba of SI0 South Avoca, died Saturday at her home after being stricken with a heart attack. Born In Dupont, she was a daughter of the late Martin and Julia Kristula. She attended the borough schools and last was employed at the Char Grill Restaurant, West Pittston.
She was a member of the Holy Mother cf Sorrows Polish National Catholic Church and its Maria Konoplnickl PHJLIPT.MEDICOSr. pastor of various churches in Ohio, lie was preceded In death by his wife, Mildred. Surviving is a sister, Miss Esther Kane, Catasaqua. Funeral will be Monday at the Shoedlnger-Llnden Chapel, Columbus, Ohio with Interment in McConnelsvllle Cemetery, McConnelsvllle. Memorial gifts, if desired, may be sent to the American Bible Society, 1855 Broadway, New York, New York.
Mrs. Miriam F. May Mrs. Miriam F. May, 88, formerly of Dallas, died Saturday afternoon in General Hospital after and illness.
Born in Johnstown, she was the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Fry.
She resided In Wesley Village, Jenkins Township, since 1975. Prior to residing In Dallas she lived In Kingston. She was a of Dallas United Methodist Church. Her husband, William H. May, died in 1975.
Surviving Is a sister, Mrs. Marguerite Fryer, Tallahassee. Fla. Funeral will be Wednesday at 11:30 from the Hugh B. Hughes Funeral Home, 1044 Wyoming Forty Fort with Rev.
Robert Benson, pastor of Dallas United Society. Her husband, Alvln, died in March of 1957. Mrs. Helen Prukala Mrs. Helen Prukala (Prukalskl), 324 E.
Union Nantlcoke, died Friday in WltkesBarre General Hospital. Born in Nantlcoke, she was the daughter of the late Walter and Johanna (Regman) Barnat. She was a member of SL Mary's Church, Nantlcoke. A brother, died in 1982 and a brother Joseph, died in 1983. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Eleanor Lltchkowski, Nantlcoke; son, Eugene Prukalskl, Danbury, six grandchildren; brother. Stanley BarnaL Nantlcoke; sisters. Mrs. Lillian Krajewskl, Nantlcoke; Mrs. Eleanor Jarolin, Shcatown.
Funeral will be Monday at 8:30 from the Lohman Funeral Home, 14 W. Green SL, Nantlcoke with Mass of Christian Burial at 9 in SL Mary's Church. Interment In parish cemetery. Mrs. Ethel Conway Mrs.
Ethel Conway, IS Oak Lawn Lee Park, Hanover died Saturday at 5:35 p.m. In Mercy Hospital. Born in Wilkes Barre, she was a daughter of the late Michael and Rosa Vargo. She was a member of SL Aloyslus Church and its Altar and Rosary Society. Her husband, Neil P.
Conway, was the former principal of Hanover Township High School. He died In 1975. Surviving are a son, Nell L. Conway, Hazleton; three grandsons and five greatgrandchildren; brothers, Louis Vargo, Wilkes Barre and Edward Vargo, Pioneer, California. Funeral will be Tucway at 9 from the Lehman Funeral Home, 308 Parrtsh SL, Wilkes-Barre, Mass at 9:30 In SL Aloyslus Church.
Interment In SL Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. Friends may call today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. John C. Pcrnrinca John C. Pomrinca, 83, of 8139 S.
Marshall SL, Littleton, formerly of West Nantlcoke, died Friday In Englewood, Colo. He was a former member of West Nantlcoke United Methodist Church. His wife, Bertha, died in 1970. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mae Weeks, with hom he resided; two sisters-Inlaw, Mrs.
Helen Cotlrtno, Nantlcoke, and Mrs. Care Gull, Manchester, Conn. Funeral will be Wednesday from the Lohman Funeral Home, 14 W. Green SL, Nantlcoke. with Rev.
Thomas R. Jenkins, pastor of Nantlcoke United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment In Hanover Green Cemetery. Friends may call Robert D. (Hanko) Hanover Robert D.
(Hanko) Hanover, 50, of 4011 Thirty Sixth Mt. Rainier, former- ui ly of Edwardsville, died Friday night at rj home following an apparent heart attack after shoveling snow. Born in Edwardsville, he was the son of the late Andrew C. and Susan V. Dragonosky Hanko.
He was a graduate of Edwardsville High School. Gass of 1950. He received a bachelor of arts degree in history from the University of Maryland, and served as president of the Lamba-Chl Fraternity at the university. Mr. Hanover was active in Democratic politics and served on many committees and volunteer organizations in the Washington, D.C.
area. He was a member c. St. James Church, Hyattsvllle, and St. Mary's Annunciation Church, Kingston.
Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Susan McMahon. ML Rainier, Md. and Mrs. Rita Harmon.
Edwardsville; brothers, Edward, Garksvllle, Andrew New Car-ronton, Md. He was preceded In death by sisters, Mrs. Helen Williams and Miss Mary Hanko and brothers, Emit and Joseph. Funeral will be Thursday at 9 from the Edwards and Russln Funeral Home, 717 Main SL. Edwardsville with a Funeral Mass at 9:30 In SL Mary's Annunciation Church.
Interment In parish cemetery, Pr-Ingle. Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. A christian wake service will be Wednesday with Rev. Joseph Lasky, pastor, officiating. William StenuHs William Slanulls, 309 Kossak SL, Swoyersvllle, died Saturday morning In Nesbllt Memorial Hospital, Kingston.
Born in Exeter, he was the son of the late Joseph and Rose (Narcavage) Slanulls. Mr. Sta nulls was employed as a mtner for many years, having worked at various collieries, and the last one being the Henry Colliery, prior to his retirement. He was a member of Holy Name of Jesus Church, Swoyersvllle. His wife, the former Loretta McGuIre, died December 30, 1974.
Surviving are sons: William, Easton; Francis, Swoyersvllle; six grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Anna Bcrnoskl, and brother, Alex Stanulis, Swoyersvllle. Funeral will be Tuesday at 9 from the Lehman Funeral Home, 281 Chapel SL, Swoyersvllle, with Mass of Christian Burial, at 9:30 in Holy Name of Jesus Church, Swoyersvllle. Interment in Denlson Cemetery, Swoyersvllle. Friends may caU Monday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.
Rosary will be recited at I. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Dcloris Pollard, Camp Hill; Mrs. Valerie Williams, Mtffllnburg; Mrs. Stephanie Zuba.
Duryea, and Mrs. Mary Marsh, at home; nine grandchildren; sisters. Mrs. Catherine Dworak, Mrs. Anna Cebula, Mrs.
Victoria Slcida and Mrs. Lottie Zlolro. all of Dupont; Mrs. Mary Umongelli. West Pittston, and Mrs.
Sophie Weber. Long Island, N.Y. Brothers Frank and Michael Kristula preceded her in death. Funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 10 from Francis Bednarskl Funeral Home, 340 Main SL, Dupont, with a Requiem Mass at 10:30 at Holy Mother of Sorrows Church. Interment In the parish cemetery, Dupont Friends may call Monday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.
Michael J. Kckcra, Jr. Michael J. Kokora. 47 South Main SL, Shickshlnny, died Friday night In Berwick Hospital.
He had been In Ul health for several years. Born Feb. 18, 1941 In Shickshlnny, he was the son of Mrs. GemenUne Bloshlnskl Kokora, and the late Michael Kokora. He was the proprietor of Kokora's Service Station, Shickshlnny.
He served as a volunteer fire chief in Shickshlnny for 15 years. He was a member of SL Mary's Church, Methodist Church, officiating. Interment in Roselawn Cemetery, Berwick. Friends may call Wednesday from 10:30 until time of service. Memorial contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Dallas United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Estella Roberts Mrs. Estella B. Roberts, 93, of 30 Lake Dallas, died Saturday morning In General Hospital. A lifelong Dallas resident, she was the daughter of the late Ransome and Catherine Bertram Elston.
She was a member of the Dallas Community Church. Her husband. Jack, died in 1953. Surviving are sons, Burton, Shavertown; Carl. Dallas; Jack.
Trucksvllle; daughters, Mrs. Doris Puxak. Dallas; Mrs. Charlotte La Corte, Ashley; brother, Charles, Lehman; 16 grandchildren; 26 greatgrandchildren. Funeral will be Tuesday at II from the Richard II.
Dlsque Funeral Home, 672 Memorial Highway, Dallas with Pastor Fred Gilford of Dallas Community Church, and Pastor Giff C. Jones, of the HuntsvUle Christian Church, officiating. Interment in Id clown Cemetery, Idetown. Friends may call Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Joseph Zemarick Joseph Zemanlck, 79 Pulaski SL, Kingston, died Saturday morning at borne following an illness.
Born in Miners Mills section of Wilkes-Barre, he lived In Kingston for 39 years. He was formerly employed by the Atwater Throwing Company, Plymouth. He was a member of SL lied wig-s Church, Kingston. Surviving are his wife, the former Stella Yova; sister, Mrs. Mary Dobramky, Miners Mills.
Funeral will be Tuesday at 8:30 from the Kopicki Funeral Home. 2S3 Zerbey Kingston with Mass of Christian Burial at 9 In SL Hedwlg'i Church. Interment In Sacred Heart Cemetery, Dallas. Friends may call Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Mocanaqua.
He was a former councilman and was a member of 40 and 8 Columbia County Voiture. Surviving are his mother; wife, the former Patricia McGure of Shlckshinny; daughter, Deborah at home; brother. Paul. Nantlcoke; sister, Shlckshinny; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Stella BloshinskL Shickshlnny.
Funeral will be Tuesday at 9 from the Mikelskl Funeral Home, Shickshlnny with Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 in SL Mary's Church, Mocanaqua. Interment In parish cemetery. Friends may call Moo-day 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Rosary will be recited at 8:30, Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart Fund or to the Shickshlnny Volunteer Fire Department-.
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