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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE B TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1999 B-7 OBITUARIES Cont. from Page B-6 MRVOS MILDRED . Age 67, of Hortstown, PA, died Sunday, April 4, 1999 at daughter's home in Pgh., PA. Born July 20, 1931. A member of St. George Serbian. Orthodox Church, Hermitage, PA. Survived by husband Rudy Mr-vos; daughters: Celia Vuich & Maria Mrvos, of Pgh., PA; sons: Rudley Mrvos, of Pgh., PA, & Elliott Mrvos, of Hartstown, PA; six grandchildren. Friends may call LOUTZENHISER-JORDAN FUNERAL HOME, , 366 So. Main St., Greenville, PA on Tues., April 6, 1999, 3-5 & 7-9 P.M. Services at St. George Serbian Orthodox Church, Hermitage, PA on Wed., April 7, 1999 at 2 P.M. Burial Hillcrest Memorial Park, Hermitage, PA. Donations to the Church. MURILLO HENRY U. Age 88, formerly of Bedford St., on April 5, 1999, at Laurel Wood Nursing Care Center, born May 1, 1910, in Ecuandurero, Michoacan, Mexico; son of Guadalupe and Jose-fa (Urbano) Murillo; preceded in death by parents, wife Mary (Arellano); brothers Eliseo, Abel, Jose and Hermanlo; survived by children, Sister Rita Murillo, C.S.J., Pittsburgh, Henry, Pittsburgh, Es-peranza married to John Bair, Johnstown, Aurora, married to Scott Gilmour Johnstown, Juliete married to Bernard Keelan, Al-pharetta, Georgia; 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters Esther Prieto, Johnstown and Marie De Los Angeles Murillo, Mexico; brother-in-law, Benjamin Arellano and numerous nieces and nephews; retires crane operator at Bethlehem Steel Corp with 41 years service; former member of Johnstown Symphony Chorus. Member of St. John Gualbet Cathedral arid former choir member, where funeral Mass will be celebrated 10 a.m; Thursday, Msgr. George B. Flynn. Friends received from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at FRANK DUCA FUNERAL HOME, Downtown Chapel, corner of Jackson and Locusts Sts., Committal St. John Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers memo-rink mm ho mnrlp tn SUtprs nf St Joseph, 1020 State St., Baden, PA 15005 or St. John Gualbert Cathedral in tiis memory NATHANS DAVIDS. On Monday, April 5, 1999 Age 73 of Wilkins Twp. formerly of Shadyside -beloved husband of Jessica Nathans; dear father of Joseph W. ond Mark G. Nathans; grandfather of Lisa and Jennifer Nathans. Mr. Nathans was a Sales Rep. for Stuart's Medical Supply in Greensburg. RIAL, INC. Forest Hills Chapel, 3604 Greensburg Pike, 412-731-5001 Tues. 7-9 PM and Wed 2-4 & 7-9 PM. Services at Forest Hills Presbyteri an. Church Thurs. at 10:00 AM. Please meet at the Church. Memori als may be made to the Charity of ones choice. NIEBEL :- KENNETH E. ' Of Shaler Twp. on Sunday, April 4; 1999; husband of Joan C. Niebel; father of Thomas E. Niebel, Robert E. Niebel and Julie Schreiber; son of Marion and the late Louis Niebel; brother of Carole Ussack; also survived by seven grandchildren. Friends will be received Tuesday & Wednesday 2-4 8. 7-9 PM at the BOCK FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw where funeral services will be held on Thursday at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Building Fund of the Glenshaw Valley Presbyterian Church. O'CONNELL ROSE MARIE (AMMER) April 3, 1999, of Shadyside, In her 72 year; beloved wife of Thomas D. O'Connell; mother of Roseann Stewart and Thomas G. O'Connell; sister of George Ammer, of FL; survived by. two grandchildren. Family will receive friends in OSCAR MILLER FUNERAL HOME, Trov Hill, Mon. 7-9p.m. & Tue. 2-4 8. 7-9p.m. Funeral Mass Wed. Sacred Heart Church, Shadyside, time later. O'HARE VIRGINIA A. Age 67, on Monday, April 5, 1999, of Carrick, wife of the late John E. O'Hare; mother of Connie Fahrner, Thomas A., Mary Ellen, Cynthia Deshefy and Jackie Swiatek; sister of Ruth Coyne and Helen Helfrich; also survived by six grandchildren and .four great-grandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m., where funeral service will be held on Wedneday, 10:30 a.m. If desired family suggests contributions to the American Lung Association. PAULIN ROSE M. At her home, on Saturday, April 3, 1999, Rose M. "Meme", of Ingram, age 95; wife of the late Aime C. Pau-lin; beloved mother of Yvonne L. Botzer and her husband Robert, Aime L. Paulin and his wife Patricia, and Robert A. Paulin and wife Dolores; also 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; sister of Margaret R. Pribila, and the late Louise Booth. Friends received at the HERSHBERGER-STOVER INC., FUNERAL HOME 170 Noble Ave., Crafton on TUES. 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Mass of Christian Burial In Church Of The Ascension, Berry St. Ingram on Wednesday at 10 AM. If desired Memorial Contributions may be made to Family Hospice, 250 Mt. Lebanon Blvd., Suite 203, Pgh., PA. 15234. PAVLOT ELIZABETH (KOVACH) On April 4, 1999; wife of the late Charles, Sr., mother of Charles, Jr., Jean Gentille and John; grandmother of three; sister of the late John and Nicholas Kovach. Visitation Tuesday, 2-4 & 7-9pm at the NOVAK FUNERAL HOME, INC. 3313 Brighton Road. Blessing Service on Wednesday at 9:30am. PAYNE LAURIE ANN In Charlotte N.C., on Friday, April 2, 1999, Laurie Ann Payne, formerly of McCandless Twp.; beloved daughter of Lawrence R. and Mary Ann Sayut Payne of McCandless Twp.; sister of Larry and his wife Jill Payne of Marshall Twp., Jim and his wife Kelly Payne of Lexington S.C., and Kim Payne of McCandless Twp.; granddaughter of Martha Sayut of Ross Twp.; aunt of Sarah, Bailey, and Jackson Payne of S.C. Friends received on Monday 2-9 PM and Tuesday 10 AM-9 PM. at the SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, INC. 7720 Perry Hwy. Mass of Christian Burial in St. John Neumann Church, Wednesday 10 AM. Contributions may be made to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Dept., 601 East Trade St., Charlotte, N.C. 28202 in Honor of Laurie Ann Payne. PETECHUK (WIX) JOSEPHINE M. On Sat. April 3, 1999. Beloved wife of the late Steven. Mother of Georghina M. Ingold. Sister of the late Margaret Fitzpatrick, Ann Manuel, Mary Wix, Felix and William Leap. Grandmother of Georghina, Frank, Robert and Daniel Ka-petanovich. Also nieces and nephews. Friends received Mon. and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FUNERAL HOME, INC. 3552 California Ave., at Davis Ave. where funeral services will be held on Wed., 11 a.m. Pa-nachida, Tues. 8:30 p.m. PIEROTTI DONALD L -DON" On Mon. April 5, 1999, Donald L. "Don" Pierotti, 73, of Bellevue. He is survived by his children, Donald R. Pierotti of North Side, Cynthia A. Strickland 8 her husband Denny of Bellevue, Linda J. Rinehart & her husband David of Ross Twp., Keith H. Pierotti & his wife Suzanne of Rochester, PA, Brian W. Pierotti & his wife Erinn of West View and Shari L. Lansberry & her husband Don of Ross Twp.; brother William Pierotti & his wife Clara of Fair Hope, AL; dear friend Betty Jane Roberts of Bellevue; and by five grandchildren. Preceded in death by brother Ralph Pierotti and sister Jo Anne Pierotti. Mr. Pierotti was a veteran of WWI I having served with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific. A carpet installer by trade, he had worked for Boggs 8. Buhl's, Beck's Charter Oaks and, most recently for Roth Carpet. He was a member & past president of the North Borough's Lions Club and a member of the Air Force Sergeants Club and the Bellevue Democratic Committee. West View Post 2754 V.F.W., of which he was also a member, will hold services on Wed. at 7:15 p.m. Friends invited Tues. 7-9 p.m. & Wed. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. in THE ORION C. PINKERTON FUNERAL HOME, INC. A GOLDEN RULE MEMBER FIRM. 1014 California Avenue Avalon, (North Boros) where funeral services will be held on Thurs. morning at 11. Memorials suggested to Western Pennsylvania School for the Blind. QUATCHAK REGIS L. Of McCandless, unexpectedly, on Saturday, April 3,1999; beloved husband of Joan E. Frank; father of Gregory P., Julianne Mulvaney, David J., Douglas R., Nanette M. and Bradford J. Quatchak; brother of Emil Quatchak and Florence Wurdock; also four grandchildren. There will be NO VISITATION. Funeral Mass in St. John Neumann Church, Franklin Park, on Weds, at 1 :30 p.m. A reception will follow at SS John 8. Paul Social Hall, Route 910, Wexford, from 2 : 30 to 5 : 30 p.m. If desired contributions may be made to the Central Blood Bank, Platelet Recruitement, Attention Michele Tysarccyk, 812 Fifth Ave., Pgh. PA 15219. Arrangments by GEORGE A. THOMA FUNERAL HOME, INC., (724) 935-3400 RAYMOND FRED J. "CALLY" On Friday, April 2, 1999, Fred J. "Cally"; beloved husband of the late Mary Swadlo; father of Robert R. Raymond; father-in-law of Angie Raymond; brother of Jennie Delmo-naco and the late John Raymond of Lake Placid, FL; grandfather of Leslie, Robert F. and Fred P. Raymond; great-grandfather of Robbie, Alyssa, Chase and Mia Raymond. Friends received ANTHONY M. MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 Seventh St., McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass in St. John of God Par-' ish, Mother of Sorrows Church, on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Visitations Monday 8c Tuesday 2-4 8. 7-9 p.m. REISER MICHAEL LAWRENCE Of Springfield, VA, formerly of Pittsburgh. On April 3, 1999. Beloved husband of M.A. Sargo; father of Ari & Lauren Reiser; son of Elmer and Anna Reiser; brother of August Rumski of Ohio, Ginger Reiser 8, Bunny Stapinski and the late Barbara Stankus. Services in Springfield VA on April 7, 1999. No visitation or flowers. Donations In the name of Michael L. Reiser, Francis Scott Key Elem. School, 2301 Scott Key Drive, District Hts, Md 20747. RI8IC ANTHONY T. Age 86 of Turtle Creek, on April 3, 1999; husband of Esther Miller Rlbic for 66 years; father of Anthony J. Ribic of Munhall, Esther Schneck of Penn Hills, Mariorie Ann Boley of Roswell, GA, and David A. Ribic of Monroeville; brother of Catherine Galket of East McK-eesport and Margaret Bennett of Polk, PA and the late Marie Mccracken and Ann Yenchi; also seven grandchildren. Mr. Ribic was a life member of Wilkins Twp. 1 Fire Dept. Friends will be received Sunday 7-9 p.m., Monday 8 Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the JOBE FUNERAL HOME, INC., corner Shaw & Triboro Ave. Turtle Creek. Service will be held at Alpha Lutheran Church on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. ROHM LAWRENCE A. "FATTY Of Bethel Park, on Saturday, April 3, 1999, age 86; beloved husband of Frances (Steingraber) Rohm; father of Lawrence R. Rohm, and Jacqueline A. Slogan; grandfather of Lawrence R. Jr., Chessi Slogan, Victor Mikush, Nick-olas Rohm, and Rachel Rohm. Mr. Rohm was a member of the Carpenters Union Local 142 and a past member of the Carrick Eagles. Visitation 7-9 PM Monday, and 2-4 and 7- 9 PM Tuesday at the DAVID J. HENNEY FUNERAL HOME, 6364 Library Rd. (Rt. 88) Library. Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Joan of Arc Church. Contributions may be made to Greene Co. Special Olympics, RD 1, Box 124, Clarksville, PA. 15322. SABOL, JR. JOSEPH Of Pinellas Park FL., formerly of Duquesne, on Saturday, April 3, 1999, in Mt. St. Macrina Manor, Uni-ontown, PA. Born in Austria Hungry, April 11, 1909; son of the late Joseph Sabol Sr., and Anna Banko Sabol; husband of the late Mary Ste-fanik Sabol; survived by a brother Michael Sabol of W. Mifflin, sister, Margaret Vassel of Duquesne; also nieces and nephews. He was a retired Realtor and Insurance Agent in Duquesne, and Former Mayor of Duquesne; member of St. Therese Byzantine Catholic Church, St. Petersburg FL., and SS. Peter And Paul Church in Duquesne. He was a graduate of Duquesne University and also attended St. Procopius Seminary in IL. He was the first Eagle Scout in PA. in 1923. He was a member of various organizations including Knights Of Columbus, 4210 Duquesne, W. Mifflin, Polish National Assoc, Moose, Slovak Catholic Assoc., Elks, the G.B.U., and member and officer of the Greek Catholic Union. Friends received at the WILLIAM S. SKOVRANKO MEMORIAL HOME, Richford 8. Commonwealth Ave., Duquesne Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Liturgy Wednesday 10:30 AM. in SS. Peter And Paul Church, Duquesne. Burial in SS. Peter And Paul Cemetery, W. Mifflin. SACHS LEONARD 79 on Mon., April 5, 1999; beloved husband of Shirley Sachs. Father of Carol S. (Gary Chase) Weisman of Ann Arbor, Ml, Gail Sachs of Pgh, David (Deanna Morris) Sachs of Mill Valley, CA; brother of Sylvia Sachs of Pgh; also 2 grandchildren, Sarah Weisman & Alexander Chase. No visitation. Services and Interment private. Family suggests contributions to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements by BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL, 412-521-2600 SCHARPF KATHRYN L. On Monday, April 5, 1999, age 73, of O'Hara Twp., beloved wife of Fred E. Scharpf; loving mother of Eric T. and Gregory V. Scharpf and Kathryn L. Romea; also survived by seven wonderful grandchildren: Erica, Gregory and Kalen N. Schar-ph and Robert, Noel, Maura and Brittany Romea; sister of Rose, Flora, Henry, Gregory, Anthony and Sam Danile. Friends received from 6-9 p.m., Tuesday and 12 noon - 4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the THOMAS M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, 930 Center Ave., Blawnox, where prayers will be recited Thursday morning at 9:30, followed by a Mass of Christian burial in St. Edward Church at 10 o'clock. SCHOPPE ELIZABETH LOUISE At her home, on Easter Sunday, April 4, 1999, Elizabeth "Betty" Schoppe, of Kennedy Twp., age 80; beloved wife of Charles C; beloved mother of Kerry G. Schoppe, Charlotte L. Noble, Rev. Fred C. Schoppe, David M. Schoppe and Helen E. Long; also eleven grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren; sister of Helen Sharpe and Josephine Hutter. Friends received at the HERSHBERGER-STOVER INC., FUNERAL HOME 170 Noble Ave., Crafton on TUES. 2-4 & 7-9p.m. Funeral Service in the Ken Mawr United Presbyterian Church, 1760 Pine Hollow Rd., Kennedy Twp. (McKees Rocks, PA 15136) on Wed. at Ua.m. If desired Memorial Contributions may be made to the Ken Mawr U.P. Church. SEPP HENRY A. On Saturday, April 3, 1999, Henry A. Sepp; beloved husband of Mildred (Richardson) Sepp; father f of Loreen M. (James J.) Uselman, Raymond E. (Jacqueline R.) Sepp and Henry A. (Lorraine A.) Sepp, Jr.; grandfather of Dr. James H. Uselman, Jeffrey R. Uselman, Susan E. Simms, Lorl A. Noal, Diane L. Carney, Raymond J. Sepp, Dr. Jennifer L. Sepp, Matthew H. Sepp and Jana M. Sepp; great-grandfather of Jeffrey R Kelly N., Emily A Daniel J., Justin J., Daniel E., Joshua M. and Tristan A.; brother of Helen Turner; of FL. Funeral from McCABE BROS., INC., FUNERAL HOME, 5300 Penn Ave., Bloomfield, on Wed. at 9a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph Church Bloomfield, at 10a.m. Visitation with family Mon. & Tues. 2-4 8 7-9p.m. SULLIVAN WANDA V. (ZABELA) Of Crafton, formerly of Sheraden, died on Fri., April 2, 1999, at the home of her son in Connellsville, PA, surrounded by her loving family; wife of the late Casimir B. Zabe-la and Raymond J. Sullivan; mother of Casimir P., Richard J. and Edward M. Zabela; sister of Frank Baiers, Lillian Manning and Dorothy Beattie; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends received Monday 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at WM. F. CONROY FUNERAL HOME, 2944 Chartiers Ave., Sheraden. Funeral Mass in Holy Innocents Church on Wed. at 10 a.m. Mrs. Sullivan was a volunteer at Allegheny General Hosp. and Crafton Library, and was retired as secretary at Holy Innocents Church. Memorials may be made to Catholic Charities. SWETNAM GEORGE F. George F. Swetnam, 95 years, of Glenshaw, PA, passed away Saturday, April 3, 1999 at the Crouse Community Center, Morrisville, NY. He was born March 11, 1904 in Hicks Station, OH, the son of William W. and Flora Stafford Swetnam. He married the former Ruth I. Kulam-er on December 31, 1936 in Union-town, PA. She predeceased him in 1989. Mr. Swetnam led an interesting life as an author, clergyman, commercial photographer, college teacher, hobo, newspaperman, historian, dramatist and folklorist. He began writing at an early age, and was listed in Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature while still in high school. After attending the University of South Carolina and the University of Alabama, he graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in English. Entering Columbia Theological Seminary, he graduated with a degree of Bachelor of Divinity, scoring the highest grades in Hebrew in the school's 100-year history. An ordained Presbyterian minister, he held pastorates in Alabama and Mississippi, and then received a graduate fellowship from Auburn Theological Seminary, where he received a Master of Theology degree, maioring in Semitic Language. He attended the Hartford Seminary Foundation, where he received his Ph.D. degree in Assyriology. He taught English at the University of Alabama, founded a photographic firm, gave it away, and was a hobo for for two years. He claimed to have ridden more freight trains than any other Ph.D. alive. Following his nomadic period, he edited a weekly newspaper in Tennessee, was managing editor of a daily newspaper in Pennsylvania, and became a columnist and feature writer for the Pittsburgh Press. He authored a dozen books, including a three-volume history of Pittsburgh, and the only history of transportation in Pennsylvania. He co-authored a half dozen more books, as well as three produced historical dramas. He edited the Keystone Forklore Quarterly for six years, founded the Institute of Pennsylvania Rural Life and Culture, and was a former member of the Pennsylvania Historical Association. He was also a member of the Western Pennsylvania Historical Society. Surviving is a daughter, Anne M. Perry, of Hamilton, NY; a son and daughter-in-law, John and Laurel Swetnam, of Las Vegas, NV; a daughter-in-law, Nancy Swetnam, of Herndon, VA; a brother, Walter Swetnam, of Sayre, PA; eight grandchildren; four great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; he was predeceased by a son, George Swetnam, Jr. in 1996. A Memorial Service will be held at 1 1 :00 A.M. Monday, May 10, 1999, from the Calvary Episcopal Church, Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, PA. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Contributions may be made in his memory to the National Wildlife Federation, or the the Crouse Community Center, RD3, Box 137, Morrisville, NY 13408. Arrangements are by the BURGESS FUNERAL HOME , 25 Broad St., Hamilton, NY. SYLVESTER ALBERT A. Of Brookline, on Monday, April 5, 1999; son of the late Innocent! and Philomena Sylvester; beloved husband of Alphonsina; father of Donna Rossa and Gregory J. Sylvester, both of Brookline, and Clarice Angelo of Brentwood; brother of Netta Ciaccia and the late Raymond Sylvester; also six grandchildren. Friends may call at FRANK F. DE BOR FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1065 Brookline Blvd., 561-0380, Wednesday only, 2-4 and 7-9pm. Mass of Christian Burial, Thursday, 10am, in the Church of the Resurrection. Interment will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in Mr. Sylvest- er's name to the Church of the Resurrection, 1100 Creedmore Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15226. SZABO (CATHERINE On Saturday, April 3, 1999, age 87, of Lincoln Place; sister of Joseph Sabo, Ann Puzzini and the late Agnes Sabo; also nieces and nephews. Visitation Tues. 2-4 8. 7-9p.m. at the MARK V. SAUVAGEOT FUNERAL HOME, 126 Hazelwood Ave. (on premises parking) 421-1165 or 800-421-4578. Funeral Mass Wed. 10a.m. at St. Stephen Church. THOMPSON EVAE. Of Greentree, on Sunday, April 4, 1999, wife of the late Thomas L. Thompson; mother of Caron R. Springer (Jack) and Thomas L. Thompson, Jr. (Lyn Marie); grandmother of Edward and Richard Springer. Friends may call LAUGHLIN FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 222 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon TUESDAY 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Service at the funeral home, Wednesday, 10 AM. THOMPSON WILLIAM R. On Easter Sunday April 4, 1999, William R. Thompson of Avalon; husband of the late June Shook Thompson; father of William R. Thompson Jr. and Louise Ann Thompson both of Avalon and Janet Lessin of HI; brother of Richard of West View and James Thompson of Brookline; also three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Friends received Weds. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the MCDONALD-LINN FUNERAL HOME, INC., 529 California Avenue, Avalon, where Services will be held Thurs. at 11 a.m. TIMMINS EARL R. Age 73, on April 3, 1999, born December 6, 1925 in Pittsburgh, formerly of Avalon & North Side; survived by his wife, Irene Timmins; daughter Patricia McGurgan, two sons, Richard J. and Earl J.; two grandsons, Shaun and Justin McGurgan; brother of Lois Richards; nephew of Violet Timmins; also nieces and nephews; and great nieces and nephews. UTHMAN ANNA (McALISTER) Age 84, of Coraopolis, died on Easter Sunday, April 4, 1999, beloved wife for 26 years of Floyd D. Uthman; mother of Donna Bolen and her husband Sam, Douglas Uthman and his wife Linda; grandmother of Shelley Johnson and Kathy Bolen; great-grandmother of Samantha Bolen; aunt of Colleen Steffas and her husband Steve. Visitation Wednesday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM at COPELAND'S CORAOPOLIS 867 Fifth Ave., where funeral service will be held Thursday, at 1 PM. Mrs. Uthman was a beautician with Harriet McAlister and at the Baptist Home, a member of the First Baptist Church and theGBU. ' VERDREAM ATTORNEY ANTHONY FRANCES Age 60, of Youngstown, OH, on Mon., March 29, 1999. Attorney at the Law Office in Youngstown, OH presently working after 35 years. Worked for and Vice President of Heinz Corp., Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel, American Can, Navistar, A&P, Staley's, also worked for the City of San Francisco. Graduate South High 1956, Undergrad of Y.S.U. (4 years), Graduate of Washington 8. Lee in VA. (1962) 8. MBA from Harvard. A member of PA Bar Assoc. Son of Providence Anzel-mo Verdream and the late Paul Ver-dream; four sons: John Paul, of Sole, S. Korea, James, of Youngstown, OH, Tony 8. Brandon, of Pittsburgh, PA; two daughters: Miss Erin Verdream, of Youngstown, OH & Miss Alexander Verdream, of San Francisco, CA; A twin sister Mrs. Marie Verdream Stanley, of Lake Worth, Fla.; six grandchildren. Memorial Visitation & Services 5-7 P.M., April 8, 1999 at FABRIZIO FUNERAL HOME, , 619 East Indi-anola Ave., Youngstown, OH. Memorial contributions to Millcreek Metro Park, P.O. Box 596, Canf ield, OH 44406. WARNER MARY (HOULIHAN) On Sun. April 4, 1999 Mary Houlihan Warner, age 97; beloved wife of the late Minor (Joe) Warner; daughter of the late Patrick and El-lie Sullivan Houlihan; sister of the late Agnes Bock, Eugene Houlihan, Ann Wessell, Nellie Sharpe, John (Hap) Houlihan and Catherine Oberlin; survived by niece and nephews. Ma ry Warner was reti red Secretary from Duquesne Light Company. Funeral from McCABE BROS., INC., FUNERAL HOME, 5300 Penn Ave., Bloomfield, on Weds, at 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in Our Lady of the Angels Parish, St. Marys Church, 46th St. at 10 a.m. Visitations with the family Tues. 12 noon to 9 p.m. WHITE CATHERINE FRANCESE 71, of Jeannette, on Monday April 5, 1999. Mother of J. Gerald (Jerry) White, of Pittsburgh, Mark White, of Conway, SC, Cathy Lawson, of Culpeper, VA; sister of Madeliene Manning, of N. Huntingdon, Alicia Francese, of Philadelphia, and Carol Francese, of Jeannette; three grandchildren, Megan and Erin White, and Eric Buncie. Friends received Tuesday 2 to 4 8 7 to 9 P.M. JOHN V. GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME, INC., 228 N. Second St., Jeannette. Funeral Mass Wednesday 10:00 A.M. Ascension Church,1 Jeannette. Entombment Twin Valley Memorial Park Mausoleum, Delmont. Memorial Contributions to Forbes Hospice, 320 E. North Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15212, or Ascension Church Memorial Fund, 615 Division St., Jeannette, PA 15644. WOJCIECHOWSKI JOHN J. (WASHY) On Saturday, April 3, 1999; husband of the late Cecelia Woiciechowski; father of 'John: E; and Robert D. Wasky; brother qf Stella Gorczyca, and the Idte Anna' Kyazon ana Kose w. Nosiorn; uisu survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.' Friend's received Mon. 7-9 PM, andTues.-2-4 and 7-9 PM at the SZAFRANSKI-EBERLEIN FUNERAL' HOME' INC., 101 Third St., Carnegie. Mass of Christian Burial in All Saints P.N.C. Church on Wed. 10 AM. WOLF RUTH A. (MEYER) Of Shaler Twp., on Sunday, ,Aprl 4, 1999, beloved wife of Elmer A.J"J Wolf; mother of Dr. Wayne B. Wolf & the late Tyce Wolf; grandmother of Tracy Wolf. Friends received at the FRANK R. PERMAN FUNER- al numt, ini. in saxonDury Blvd., at Rt. 8, Shaler Twp on Tues-, - rinu ft. WaHnocHnu 1-A ft. 7-0 nm Qor. vices at Christ Lutheran Church, Millvale on Thursday at 11 am. WYDRA BETTY (ROBB) ;..' Of Robinson Twp., on S0nd"dy'' April 4, 1999; wife of James E'.'Wy. dra; mother of Ken L. G'de'hring... Mike Wydra and Lori Wydra; sister " of Ann Domenick and Ellen Bryant; also 5 grandchildren. Visitation Monday, 7-9, Tuesday, 2-9pm at COPELAND'S CORAOPOLIS 867 Fifth Ave, where Service will be held .' Wednesday, 11am. YONEY ELIZABETH M. On Friday, April 2, 1999, of MN",- formerly of Universal, age 87; .-prp1;; ceded in death by her husbtmd 'Jo-' seph; survived by granddaughter " Lorie and her husband JohndrastV," ' and their four children; also"su'r-( vived by brother Andrew Seaman' ; and two sisters Helen Maver and-; Bertha Bertovic; and numerous oth- er nieces and nephews. Visitation Wed. 2-4 and 7-9 PM at SOXMAN ' FUNERAL HOMES LTD., ROTH ' CHAPEL 7450 Saltsburg Road at ' Universal Rd.) Penn HjllS-With Mass of Christian Burial at St. Bar' tholomew Church Thurs. 10 AMv :" ZANDIER "A. :' AGNES S. (BRONDER); ... Of BrentwoodBaldwin, .on Fri.,:, April 2, 1999. Wife of the late-Joseph , Zandier. Mother of Donald, Tho-, mas, Doris Jankowski 8 Joseph , Zandier. Also survived by 19 grand & 30 great-grandchildren. Sister of the late Wendel Bronder, Mary Dili-v. la, Cecelia Dilla, Joseph Bronder, Rosella Breier, Margaret Hoker,-; Christy Bronder 8, Clara Carleton, ; Friends received at the CIESLAK & TATKO FUNERAL HOME, INC. 2935 Brownsville Road, Brentwood on Mon. & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral prayer on Wed. at 9-: 15 ami 7' Mass of Christian Burial in St. Wen-' delin Church at 10 a.m. ' '- ':'. ZARECKI ' ', HELEN A. (BOBNESj , " , Age 77, on Friday, April 2, 199?, pf , Carrick; wife of the late Sylvester R. Zarecki; beloved mother, of Sylvia Solarczyk, Ronald Zarecki,. Carol Nerone, Donna Lawsan, Elizar beth March, and the late Gorman . Zarecki; sister of Joseph .Bobnes, John Bobnes of CA., Vincent Bobnes of CA., Albert Bobnes, and Cathe:. rine Wislocki; also survived by line grandchildren and six greqf-grand-children. Visitation on Monday 7-9 ! PM, and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9, tM at . BORON FUNERAL HOME.,' INC.,,; 1719 Brownsville Road . Relatives ; and friends invited to attend fer Fu-, , neral on Wednesday at 9:30 AAl-Lit-. urgy in St. Basil Church at J&AM.. ZUBALIK ANGELA G. On Monday, April 5, 1999, age 84, of Ross Twp., beloved wife of. the late Joseph F.; beloved mother '.Qf . Carol A. Lison and her tiusbctnjj Stephen and the late Frab.c'e.ser.' enyenko; grandmother of 'cfi'g'Lj; , son and the late Tracey Sefehyenkp, '' Friends are invited to attend a rnQss of Christian burial in St. Athanasi,u Church on Wednedsay at 10 a.m. ri-. terment will follow in NpVth Side'. Catholic Cemetery. If desired memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. Arrange-!! ments by SCHELLHAAS FUNER-.' AL HOME, West View. 003 In Memoriam SCOTT ;v,rr,. Ja-NelnG. ?? i " ' The family of Ja-Nein::G::Scotf wishes to express their heart-felt ap preciation for the kind expressions-of sympathy and love showri during their time of Bereavement. . "'! STEWART FOSTER A. Passed one year ago, on April 6, 1998. Your humor, intellect, counsel and wisdom are missed greatly,' The Promises you spoke of continue to come true. You are always incur-hearts. DDAGTM. Love, Anne, Fos Lindsay, Laurie and Adridrt 'or,' werwie i r":;! ANN , October 21, 1929-Aprif 6,'l998'1,;1 Sweetest wife and mother .'we"' hold you close in our hearts. Your, beauty and kindness graced our, lives. We are so blessed to have had! , you with us. We will always cherish, your dear memory. t '. Your loving family. .' '

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