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26 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Friday, March 15, 1991 OBITUARIES ; Barbara R. Burnett, W& J president's wife Barbara Ransohoff Burnett, wife of Dr. Howard J. Burnett, president of Washington & Jefferson College, died of heart failure Wednesday in - Sarasota, Fla. Mrs. Burnett, 60, of Washington, Washington County, graduated in 1952 with a bachelor's degree in political science from Mount Hol-yoke College. She worked as a sales clerk for B.H. Blackwell's in Oxford, England, in 1953 and 1954. In the 1960s, she was the circulation manager for the ' Finger Lakes Chronicle magazine in Corning, N.Y. Mrs. Burnett moved to Washington in July 1970, when her husband ; was named president of Washington lit Jefferson College. She was a member of the founding board of ' directors of the National Duncan : Glass Society, based in Washington, '. and was a founder of Group Home Inc. ; In addition to her husband, Mrs. Burnett is survived by two daughters, Lee Berman of Stamford, Conn., and Susan Petito of New York City; a son, Mark of Lexington, Mass.; three grandchildren; her mother, Babette Ransohoff of Stamford; and two brothers, Jack and ' Martin Ransohoff. Friends may call from noon to 3 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in Piatt-Barnhill Funeral Home Inc., Locust I Avenue, Washington. Services will 'be at 11 a.m. Monday in First ; Presbyterian Church of Washington. Sister Dechantal Huber Sister Dechantal Huber, a missionary and elementary school teacher in Puerto Rico for 21 years, died of kidney failure yesterday in the Sisters of Divine Providence Convent infirmary in McCandless. Sister Huber, 83, entered the congregation of Divine Providence in 1923 from St. Cecilia Friary in Rochester, Beaver County. While attending Duquesne University, Sister Huber taught at elementary schools in the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese. In 1975, she retired to the Provincial House of the Sisters of Divine Providence. Friends may call in the Divine Providence motherhouse, 9000 Bab-cock Blvd., McCandless, from 2 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow from 9 until 11 a.m., when a Mass will be - said in the chapel. John Barufaldi John "Buzz" Barufaldi, a retired insurance salesman for the Slovene National Benefit Society, died of a heart attack Tuesday in the Leader Nursing & Rehabilitation Center on Greentree Road, Scott. He was 85. Mr. Barufaldi, of Second Avenue in South Fayette, was a member of the society, a fraternal organization known as the SNPJ, for 56 years. He was instrumental in the installation of bowling alleys at SNPJ Lodge 6 in the Sygan Hill section of South Fayette: Mr. Barufaldi had been an employee of the former Flannery Bolt Co. in Bridgeville. He was a member of St. Barbara Church, Bridgeville. Arrangements are by S.B. Fryer Funeral Home, 729 Washington Ave., Bridgeville. Sister Marie Hirsch Sister Marie Bernadette Hirsch, a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph for 75 years, died yesterday of heart failure in the motherhouse infirmary in Baden. Sister Hirsch, 93, entered the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1913 from St. John Gualbert Cathedral in Johnstown. She taught in the elementary schools in Pittsburgh, Greensburg, Altoona and Johnstown until 1976, when she retired to the motherhouse. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today in the motherhouse and tomorrow morning until 2 p.m., when a Mass will be said in the motherhouse chapel. Burial will be in the Sisters of St. Joseph Cemetery. ELSEWHERE Charles Herbert, 85, who portrayed the "Marlboro Man" commercial cowboy for eight years, Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after suffering a stroke. The carpenter, who didn't smoke, was one of the early models selected by Philip Morris for its cigarette advertising. Compiled by Ernie Hoffman 'Aging disease' kills girl, 6, in Children's By Henry W. Pierce Post-Gazette Staff Writer Jessica Davis, one of 16 children in the world with a rare disease that causes an appearance of premature old age, died yesterday at Children's Hospital. She was 6 years old. The Scottdale, Westmoreland County, girl died at 12:22 a.m. She had been under treatment for progeria, whose victims are abnormally small, have paper-thin skin, become bald and develop a dangerous buildup of plaque in their arteries. Jessica was to have been released from the hospital yesterday or today. Tomorrow would have been her seventh birthday, yet she was the size of an average 3-year-old. Jessica suffered a heart attack March 2 after a one-year series of small strokes. A hospital spokeswoman, Sue Cardillo, said the girl's heart failed to sustain her. "As a result of her heart attack, her heart muscle was damaged and was unable to pump enough blood through her body," Cardillo said. "Her doctors initially thought that her heart would be strong enough to carry her along for a while, but they knew that the attack was probably the beginning of the end." Jessica did not have a second heart attack, Cardillo said. Because progeria is so rare, there has been little research into its cause or treatment. It has been linked to a deficiency in a secondary growth hormone, somatomedin C, that helps tissues develop normally. Lack of the hormone has been blamed for the papery skin, brittle bones, small size, hardening of the arteries and weakened organs that progeria patients develop. Its victims have an average life expectancy of 14 years. Although they look much like elderly people, the disease does not cause premature aging in the strict sense of the term. Jessica had been receiving an experimental growth hormone under the direction of Dr. W. Ted Brown, chief of human genetics at North Shore University Hospital-Cornell Medical College. Brown is one of the world's leading authorities on progeria. Cardillo said the hormone injections had been temporarily discontinued. Jessica had gained one pound for a total body weight of about 15 pounds since the treatments began, Cardillo said. Jessica was a kindergarten pupil at Youngwood Baptist School and attended the junior church at Big Sewickley Baptist Church in Youngwood. She also was a member of the Sunshine Foundation of Philadelphia. She is survived by her parents; Donald Clyde and Rachel Ann Eutsey Davis; her maternal grandparents, Charles S. and Katherine Eutsey of Scottdale; her paternal grandparents, Samuel C. and Betty Peterson Davis of Scottdale; her maternal great-grandparents, Wade and Edna Eutsey of Acme, Fayette County; and her paternal great-grandparents, Viola Beal Davis of Scottdale and Robert and Ann Ansell Peterson of Scottdale. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in the Robert B. Ferguson Funeral Home, 105 Spring Street, Scottdale. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the Big Sewickley Baptist Church, Youngwood. Burial will be in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Bullskin, Fayette County. IN BRIEF Fire damages ex-school A former school building that was undergoing demolition in Shaler was damaged yesterday in a three-alarm fire, police said. The fire was reported at 4:39 p.m. at the former Dehaven Elementary School, 2912 Mount Royal Blvd., where demoli- . tion crews have been working since Monday to make way for a planned townhouse development, police said. .The two-story schoolhouse has been vacant for about five years, police said. The fire may have been caused by workers starting a small fire near the site to keep warm, police said. Uehlein picked for PUC Gov. Casey nominated former Pennsylvania AFL-CIO President Julius Uehlein to a seat on the Public Utility Commission yesterday. If the nomination is confirmed by the Senate, Uehlein would succeed Frank Fischl Jr. of Allentown, whose term expires April 1. Uehlein, a Camp Hill resident, retired in June after serving eight years as Pennsylvania AFL-CIO president. He previously served as a Harris-burg representative for the United Steelworkers Union. He also served as a field representative for both the United Steelworkers and the Congress of Industrial Organization. 2 Beaver clerks charged Two former Beaver County accounting clerks were charged yesterday with siphoning about $31,000 in petty cash and employee cafeteria receipts from the county nursing home where they worked. District Attorney Theresa Ferris-Dukovich said Rose M. White, 41, of Aliquippa, and Mary Cerasi, 27, of Midland, were accused of theft from the Beaver County Geriatric Center. Ferris-Dukovich said none of the cash taken came from patient accounts, and a statement from the county commissioners' office said the money was from petty cash funds and cafeteria income. Driver killed in crash Jon P. Greenawalt, 33, of Mount Pleasant Township was killed when his car went out of control on snow- covered Route 981 and struck an embankment Wednesday night, according to the Westmoreland County coroner's office. Greenawalt, who suffered neck injuries, was pronounced dead at 12:16 a.m. yesterday in Frick Community Health Center. Shot misses store guard State police are looking for a man who fired a shot at a security guard for a K mart in East Huntingdon while trying to steal $706 in merchandise from the store. Store officials told state police that guard Larry Paul Micklow had followed the thief after he left the store with a shopping cart containing merchandise. The thief pointed a handgun at Micklow and fired a shot that missed the guard. Waterworks Road detour Waterworks Road will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday while Allegheny County work crews repair damage caused by recent landslides. Workers also will be drilling in the area around the road, which stretches through Sewickley, Sewickley Heights and Aleppo, county officials said. Motorists should use alternate routes on Glen Mitchell and Blackburn roads while the road is closed. Route 28 lane to close The right inbound lane of Route 28 between Etna and Millvale will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today while crews complete concrete work, the state Department of Transportation says. Crews will be redoing the road surface to improve traction. The work is expected to take one day. State park adds farm An 88-acre farm has been added to Moraine State Park, and it will be preserved as farmland to buffer the park from development, the Moraine Preservation Fund Inc. announced yesterday. The Moraine Preservation Fund, the Frank Preston Trust and the state Bureau of Parks bought the 88-acre tract. The AccU'Weather forecast for noon, Friday, March 15. 50 LlnM show high temperature. COLD WARM STATIONARY C1991 Accu-Wftathor. Inc (S3 ' HON LOW SHOWERS RAM T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT.CLOUOV CLOUDY WEATHER TODAY Partly sunny, high in the mid-40s. Tonightclear, low 25 to 30. J . TOMORROW Mostly sunny, low 15 to 25, high 35 to 45. SUNDAY Mostly sunny, low in the 20s, high 45 to 55. MONDAY, TUESDAY A chance-of rain Monday, low in the 30s, high in the 40s. Partly cloudy Tuesday, low 25 to 35, high 35 to 45. Travelers' forecast Nation Today Tomorrow , Sky Sky H L cond. H L cond. Anchorage : 26 21 Cloudy 30 12 Cloudy Atlanta 59 37 Clear 60 45 Cloudy Atlantic City ...... 46 34 Cloudy 50 32 Clear Baltimore 48 37 Snow v 55 30 Cloudy Boston 37 31 Snow 44 30 Clear Buflalo 41 25 Cloudy 45 23 Clear Charleston. C. 65 43 Clear 66 41 Cloudy Chicago 43 27' Clear 46 28 Clear Cincinnati 52 27 Clear 55 31 Clear Cleveland 46 27 Clear 51 27 Clear Dallas 56 41: Rain 64 42 Rain Denver 39 26 Cloudy 44 25 Cloudy Detroit 48 26 Clear 50 28 Clear Honolulu 81 69 Clear 81 69 Clear Houston 57 46 Cloudy 61 51 Cloudy Indianapolis 47 26 Clear 50 28 Clear Jacksonville 70 45 Cloudy 72 49 Cloudy Las Vegas 53 40 Cloudy 57 39 Clear Los Angeles 54 49 Rain 62 44 Clear Miami Beach 77 67 Cloudy 80 66 Cloudy Milwaukee 40 25 Clear 44 27 Cloudy Minneapolis 45 24 Cloudy 42 27 Cloudy New Orleans 63 48 Cloudy 70 55 Cloudy New York 43 33 Cloudy 52 32 Clear Norfolk 47 34 Cloudy 50 34 Cloudy Orlando 72 63 Cloudy 76 55 Cloudy Philadelphia 45 32 Cloudy 53 28 Clear Phoenix 64 45 Cloudy 60 46 Cloudy St. Louis 47 r27 Cloudy 50 33 Cloudy San Diego 5851 Rain 61 48 Clear San Francisco ... 57 .44 Cloudy 59 42 Cloudy San Juan 89 71 Cloudy 88 71 Cloudy Seattle 51 36 Cloudy 56 36 Clear Tampa 75 . 56 Cloudy 77 56 Cloudy Washington 52 35 Snow 54 36 Cloudy 24-hour report National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Radio broadcasts latest weather information or warnings 24 hours a day on VHFband at 162.55 MHz. District Today's Sky loracaat: H L cond. Altoona 35 28 Snow Bradford 33 26 Snow DuBois 34 26 Snow Erie 40 23 Cloudy Harrisburg .... 37 28 Snow Johnstown.... 35 27 Snow Youngstown 37 23 Snow Foreign Ye,t.rdy Beijing 43 27 Clear Berlin 55 36 Clear Buenos Aires 66 63 Clear Cairo 73 52 Clear Geneva 54 39 Cloudy Jerusalem 54 41 Cloudy London 64 48 Clear Madrid 57 45 Cloudy Mexico City .. 88 54 Clear Montreal 37 23 Cloudy Moscow 34 32 Cloudy New Delhi 89 57 Clear Paris 61 46 Clear Rome 59 45 Clear Sydney 79 61 Clear Tokyo 52 45 Cloudy Toronto ........ 36 14 Clear Vancouver.... 46 36 Rain Almanac Since-1874, March 15 highest temp, was 80 in 1990; lowest temp, was 8 in 1960. Airport temperatures 1 a.m 30 2a.m 30 3 a.m 31 4 a.m 31 5 a.m 31 6 a.m 32 7 a.m 32 8 a.m 33 9 a.m 33 10 a.m 34 11 a.m 35 Noon 36 Temp, and precip. '90 '89 High 80 64 Low 59 36 Mean 70 50 Prec 0 .16 1 p.m.... 2 p.m.... 3 p.m. ... 4 p.m.... 5 p.m. ... 6 p.m. ... 7 p.m.... 8 p.m. ... 9 p.m.... 10p.m 36 11 p.m 36 Midnight 37 this date: '88 '87 '86 '85 55 31 40 58 24 21 25 40 36 33 0 .01 T 47 52 .60 Airport at midnight yesterday: Press. T H Wind Weather 29.98 37 67 NW 7 Cloudy Yesterday's high 41 Yesterday's low 30 Yesterday's mean 36 Yesterday's precip , T Normal temp.day 38 Detic. temp.day 2 Excess temp.month 41 Excess temp. year 334 Total prec. month 1.95 Normal prec.month 1.66 Total prec.year 6.39 Normal prec.year 6.92 Pittsburgh skies Sunset Fri , 6:27 p.m. Sunrise Sat 6:31 a.m. Pollution index Downtown Good. Clairton Good. Avalon Good. Hazel-wood Good. Liberty Borough Good. North Braddock Good. Oakland Good. South Fayette Good. The Allegheny County Department of Health's 24-hour pollution complaint number is 578-8111. River report Rivers in the Pittsburgh district were generally falling and will continue to fall during the next 24 hours. River stages were reported as follows: Allegheny River: Warren. Pa. 7.3 F. Franklin. Pa. 8.4 F. Parker. Pa. 8.3 F. Mononga-hela River: Greensboro, Lock 7, Pa. 10.7 F. Cheat River: Parsons, W.Va. 4.1 F. West Fork River: Clarksburg, W.Va. 6.8 R. Youghiogheny River: Sutersville, Pa. 5.0 F. Beaver River: Beaver Falls, Pa. 5.8 F. Ohio River: Pittsburgh, Pa. 16.2 P, Dashields Dam 17.2 F, Montgomery Dam. Pa. 16.7 F, Pike Island Lock and Dam, W.Va. 19.7 F. F Falling; M Missing; P Pool; R Rising; S Stationary; U Unknown. LOTTERY PENNSYLVANIA Yesterday's daily number 431; Big 4 4138. ' OHIO Pick 3 062; Pick 4 8217; Cards 6 of Hearts, Jack of Clubs, 3 of Diamonds, Jack of Spades. WEST VIRGINIA Daily 3 580; Daily 4 3053. 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices ABRAMS At Melbourne Fla., on Tues., March 12, 1991, Harry, beloved husband of Elva Abrams and the late Bess Abrams, father of Mrs. Larry (Barbara) Weltmon of Nia-gra Falls, NY, Jack Abrams of Commock, NY, and David Abrams of West Hartford, CT, also seven grandchildren ond four great-grandchildren. Services at the BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL 2704 Murray Ave- Sa. Hill (odd. Mor row field Apts.) on Fri. at v: juam. interment Bern Abraham Cemetery. Visitation 1 hour prior to services. Family suggests contributions be mode to the American Heart Association. BARUFALDI Suddenly on Tues., March 12, 1991, John (Buzz), one 65, of Sygan Hill, South Fayette Twp., husband of the tote Elizabeth (Liz) Ce-dela Barufaldi, father of Dolores Dernovsek and John A. Barufaldi, brother of Christine Barzanty and Irene Brittoin, brother-in-law of Thereso DeSantis, also three grandchildren, five great- ?randchlldren. Visitation hurs. & Fri. 2-4 and 7-9 at S. B. FRYER FUNERAL HOME, selected as A Golden Rule Funeral Home in the South Hills Area of Pittsburgh, 729 Washington Ave., Bndgeville Interchange, Interstate H wy. 79, where Blessing Service will be held on Sat. 11:30am. The family suggests contributions be made to St. Barbara Church, Bridgeville Public Library, S.N.P.J. Scholarship Fund. BECK Ruth Wlngerson, on Thurs., March 14, 1991, wife of the iaie wmiam l. deck jr.. De-loved mother of Cvnthia A, Otlano, grandmother of John Anthonv, sister of Jean Tal- lent, Nancy and Leo Win-qerson. Friends may call Friday 2-4 and 7-9pm at the KUl n CMAr-fcL Ul- MUK AS CO KNEE SOXM AN, LTD, 7450 Saltsburg Rd. at Universal, Penn Hills. Funeral Mass Saturday 1 0am at St. John The Baptist Lhurcn, BEZJLLA On Tuesday, March 12, iwi, Manna M. oaerrner; beloved wtte ot Joseph J. Bezilla; mother of Bonnie Dziubek. and Suzanne (Sue) Dirck; sister of Luelia (Solly) Ley ana james ooenner; olso survived by six grandchildren. Friends received 7-9 Dm. Thurs.. 2-4 & 7-9 om. Fn. at HEARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4047 Perrysville Ave., N.b. moss or cnrisrian Burial Nativity of Our Lord Lnurcn, baruraay to am BROWN BASS On Wed Mor 13, 1991, Frank beloved husband of the tote Eva Bass; father of Mrs Morris (Selma-Sippie Bass) Kubrtz, the late Sadie (Chikkie) Rothstein; sister of Mary Cooper of Los Angeles, CA; grandfather of David Muskat, Helen Cohen, Howard, Koren, bhert Koth-stein, the kite Jamie Roth-siein. Norma & Diane Bass, Mrs Aion (Janet Boss) Berman. & 9 great grandchildren Friends wiM gather at the BUKIUN L. HIKitrt CHAPEL. 2704 Murray Ave.. Sq. Hid (op p. Morrowfield Apts.) on Fn. at 1 lam. to leave to attend a graveside service ot Beth A bra ho ti cemetery. Family suggests contributtons mode to River-view Ctr for Jewish seniors. BATTS William H. (Popeve) of Homestead on 31391 . World War II Veteran; son Of Mary Batts, father of Terry Wotkins Batts and Ri-cheile Strothers; brother of Leecolia Jew, Annobelle Bankston, Georgianetto Mttier ond Frank Batts; also three grandchildren ond the oeiovea tneno towora iuu Lee Franklin Batts. Friends received Fri. 2 4 & 7 9PM TUHIE FUNERAL HOME, 1?05 West St., Homesteod Funerot Service Sat. II AM Second Baptist Church, Homestead. interment -Home-ftieod Cemetery. Gloria Eileen, on Wed. Morch 13,1991. wife of Ben jamin Leroy Brown; mother of Damon and Mark; sister ot w line Beatrice Bernard. Friends received at FLOYD ALEX HOPEWELL FUNERAL CHAPEL, 907 Lincoln Ave., i-a ona if. r-unerai bar. n a.m. from the chapel. CONNOR Margaret M., daughter of the late Patrick & Nancy Honey Conner, on Wednesday, March 13, 1991, sister of Mary V. Aaron, ount of raui Aaron, Kev. James L. Aaron, Nancy R. Wei- Sand, Sr. Mary Philip Aaron, .C. & Br. Philip TT Aoron, S.M. The family will receive visitors FRI DAY ON LY 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. at The Little sister of f ne Poor, 1028 Benton Ave., N.S. Funeral Mass in the Home Chapel on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. CRAWFORD Mary Jordan, on Sunday, March 10, 1991, at South Pasadena. Florida (formerly of Wilkinsburg), wife of the late William T. Crawford, beloved sister of Mildred Jordan and the late Anna Kochick. Friends may call Thursday 7-9 p.m. & Friday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. ot MAURICE L. KNEE, LTD., Center at South, Wilk. (parking on premises). Mass of Chnstian Burial Saturday at 10 A.M. at St. James R.C. Church DUFF Son Wed., March 13, 1991, Elizabeth (Betty) Keggis; wife of the late Thomas Duff; mother of Margaret Hutzier, tiizaoeTn neny, Thomas, Ale and John Duff, sister ot worgarer ro-mmsky, Ethel Breen, Mary Thompkins. John, Ale ond and 2 great-grandchildren. Visitors welcome at FOR-SAITH SAUVAGEOT FUNERAL HOME, 126 Hazelwood Ave.. Hazelwood, (lighted parking lot), Thurs. A. Fn 2-4 & 7-9. Service Sot. 11 a.m. SAUVAGEOT, 421-115 DUKAS George S., 86 of Chippewa iwp. on warcn i; nusDand of Desse Aravros Dukns; fa ther of Kathy Campoli, Silver aMnngb, rvu, aonaer o. uu-kas, Virginia Beach, VA, Olga Florence, Robinson Twp; 3 grandchildren; brother of John Drakos, Rochester, PA; several nieces & nephews; Retired owner of Tne inippewa r-ruit Market, former merchant of Rochester PA & Chippewo Twp. Visitation Thurs. 7-9, Fri 2-4 & 7-9 CAMPBELL'S, Chippewa 2618 Darlington Rd. Service Sat. 11am (Kimisis) Tis Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church, 2111 Davidson St. Aliquippa. Interment Wood-lawn Cemetery, Aliquippa. Contributions to The George S. Dukas Memorial Fund c o the church. Trisagion Service will be held Thurs. 7:30pm in the funeral home. GALLO On Wed. Mnrrh 1 1. 1 QQ1 Gabriel Gallo; beloved son of Sam ond Elenore LaFace Gallo; brother of the lote Joseph M. Gallo; uncle of Jo- sepn and Mary Ellen Gallo; Cousin of Rase H. I nmnnnn Friends received Thurs. & rn. ia & 7-9 p.m. at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS. INC.. 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. Funeral Saturday. Mass of Christian Burial St. Philo- mena Lhurch 10 a.m. GIORDANO (Rowlands) Doisy F., age 85, died In the Baptist Home on Thurs, March 14, 1991, of Pleasant Hills; wife the late Anthony F. Giordano; mother of Car-mella Wenorvn. arandmothpr ut rcene ana Eugene r, amun, ana me are jonn a. Wenorvn; areat-arandmother ui iiribiopner smnn. rnenas receivea ot tne JOHN p SLATER FUNERAL HOME, inc., Aim Brownsville Rd. Brentwood. Thurs. 7-9. Fri. i-A & i-9. Funeral on Sat. morning at 9:15. Mass of cnnsnon bunal in 5t. tliza-beth Church nt 10 n m Mr Giordano was o member of the St. Elizabeth Senior Citizen Club and the Pleasant runs araen uuo. GREGG Emma Gertrude of Mnnme- ville, on Wed., March 13, i; oaugmer ot the late Maude ond Carl Gmnn: tit ter of the late Kenneth C. Gregg; dear aunt of Mrs. Joseph (Gertrude) Rosepink of Monroeviiie; great-aunt of Larry McKinney ond Joey Rosepink; great-great -aunt of Heather ond Sean McKinney. Friends may call at- 40NROEVILLE. COI HFN RULE member firm, Beotty Rd. at Rtp 4fl North (frnm Pan. take Parkway East EXIT 16B - Plum - 4th in tersection), on Friday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. where Services will be held on Sat. at 10:30 om GROBSTEIN On Wed Mor 13, 1991, Lillian Judd beloved wife of Barney Grobstem; mother of Richard H. Judd; Sister of Mrs Rose Silver, Mrs Samuel (Helen) Berkowitz, Julius, Sidney both of Pah. & Jo-1 seoh Greenberaer of Homo ton VA; grandmother of joraan juaa. services ot tne BURTON L. HIRSCH CHA PEL, 2704 Murray Ave., Sq. Hill (opp. Morrowfield Apts!) on Fri at 2 pm. Interment iree or Lire wemonoi Hanx. Visitations 1 hour prior to services. Family suggests coniriDunons oe maae to a cnariTy ot tne donors choice HARE On Wed., March 13. 1991 Edith Landis Hare, in hei 91 st year of Amesville, OH formerly of Laurel Gardens; wife of the late Frank F. Hare Sr.; beloved mother of Jennie (Jean) Ringland of wesT view, Kev. r-ranK b Hare Jr. of Amesville. OH Rev. Robert W. Hare of Scarborough, NY and Rev. David L. Hare of Glanton-bury, CT; also 13 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Friends invutru rri. z-fl a -V Qi OKIUN C. PINKERTON FU NERAL HOME, INC., A GOLDEN RULE MEMBER FIRM, 1014 Colifomia Ave., Avalon (North Boros). Funeral Services on Sat. at 17: JO p.m. in the North Hills U P. Church, Chalfonte at tsenevue wes west view, HUBER Sr. M. DeChantal, C.D.P., on Thurs., Morch 14, 1991; daughter of the late Nicholas and Anna Karst Huber; survived by nieces & nephews. Friends received 2-9 Friday, 9 a.m. until time of Mass Sat. at the Divine Providence Mother House, 9000 Babcock Blvd., North Hills. Moss of Christian Burial in the Mother House mopei baruraay u a.m. JONES William S- of Belle Vernon. on Weds., March 13. 1991: husband of the late Clara Springer Jones; father of William S. Jones Jr. & George W. Jones ond Clora Jones; sister ot Sara Bar ney; tnree grandchildren four areaf-arandchildrn Friends received ot the jntLBT O. FERGUSON F H. 700 Broad Ave., Belle Vernon, t-n. 2-4 and 7-9 Funeral Services from the Funeral Home Sat Ham. Interment Rehoboth Cemetery. JUNSTROM Carl A aae 63. of Munhall. beloved husband of the lote Nell (Walters) Junstrom step-father of the late oeorge word; befoved brother of the late Rheinart, Gottfried, Ester, Elsie, Elmer, E mie & Gilbert: hmther-in- law of Cora Junstrom; also survived by many nieces ana nepnews; a gronocnn-dren and 4 great-grandchildren. Friends received Thurs. 7-9, Fri 2-4 & 7 9 at R. V. ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME, INC., 315 East 10th Ave., Homesteod, where service will be Sal. 11:30 a.m. LATEST DEATHS PREVIOUS DEATHS 001 Death Notices Bass, Frank Batts, William H. (Popeye) Beck, Ruth Wingerson Brown, Gloria Eileen Connor, Margaret M. Crawford, Mary Giordano (Rowlands), Daisy F. Gregg, Emma Gertrude Grobstein, Lillian Hare, Edith Landis Huber, Sr. M. DeChantal, C.D.P. Jones, William S. Kashuba, Stanley Kleina, Josephine Kornman, Frank Wesley Krichbaum, Ralph Benjamin McGrogan, John Patrick Mitnick, Dorothy May Williams Morgenstern, Albert Jacob Ogilvy, Grace Conway Patalski, Walter Pilston, Monnajean E. Monnie Rengers, August B. Jr. Rheam, Philomena Suess Riccardi, Bernard J. Schiller, Richard A. Wilker, Dorothy I. Williams, Clara Marie Wilson, Marian (King) Wood, Susan B. Zdybak, Joseph Zummo, Vincent J. Abrams, Harry Barufaldi, John (Buzz) Bezilla, Martha M. Gaertner Duff, Elizabeth (Betty) Keggis Dukas, George S. Gallo, Gabriel Junstrom, Carl A. Poremba, Veronica B. Prezioso, Rose M. Thompson, Lois Tack Trojanowski, Frank X. Unverzagt, Nancy Wilson, Julia Kulak 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices KASHUBA Stonley. of West Mifflin. suddenly Morch 14, 1991; beloved fofhef of Stonley; si grondchildren; four Qreot-grondchildren. Fnenos received JOSEPH A. PROKOPOVITSM FUNERAL HOME. INC.. 431 9th Ave., Munholl. Fri. 2-4 & 7.9 prn. guiefOl Moss Sat. loom. KLEINA On Wed Mor IX 1991, Jose phine R. of Mt. Oliver, be loved wife of Williarr (Butch) Kleina; olso survivec by nieces & nephews Friends received Sat & Sun 2-4 & 7-9 ot the JOHN J. GMITER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 119 S. 15th St. Funeral Mod at 815 om. Mass of Christian Burial in St Adol- oen cnurcn or v am. (sr was a retired former employee of the Duquesne Dub). KORNMAN At Cooneoutvilie on Thunj. March 14, 1991 Frank Wesley formerly of West View husband of the tote Morv E. Kornman; father of WiHiom W. and Thomas F, Kornmon both of Lines ville; also five Grandchildren and one areat granddaughter. Members of Bellevue Christian Church, and tnends received Fri. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the Mc DONALD-LINN FUNERAL HOME, INC., AVALON, 529 California Ave., where services will be held Sat. ot 1p.m. Mr. Kor-man was a member of the McKinley-Stuckralh Lodge KRICHBAUM Ralph Benjamin, age 88 of Piano, TX, retired Traffic wonoger tor Bessemer ond Lake Erie Railrood; survived by wife, Sylvia Krichbaum, Piano, TX; son Ralph Pog-son Krichbaum of Pittsburgh; daughters Julia Swan of Cambridge, OH ond Norma Smith of Plana. TX; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Private memorial service was held. McGROGAN John Patrick on Wednesday, Morch 13, 1991 of Heidelberg; husband of the late Stella Klein McGrogan; father of Vol John H. Pot wicurogan, Auarey BroyteS. Evelyn McGrogan & Mory Bradford; 15 grandchildren & 15 great-grandchildren. Friends received Fri. 2-4 & 7-9 at the BOGAN-WOLF FUNERAL HOME, 715 Mill St. (off Bower Hill Rrl 1 Rnrtn. ville. Moss ot Christian burial Sot. 11:30 o m. St. Luke i-nurcn. lamegie. MITNICK Dorothy May Williams on Unnrh 1 1 idol i i Township; mother of Barbara Jenkins, Thomas, Herbert ond David Mitnick; survived oy seven grandchildren. 9 p m ot the KING fUnER- nuwc, int. KouTe o at Woodland Circle. Allison Park where service wiH be held Saturday at 10 a.m. MORGENSTERN On Morch 14. 1991, Albert of Brentwood, beloved hus- minu or t'ei-o Morgenstern many nieces and neonww Friends and relatives may rnuuy tV -vpm, Saturday from Innm until time of service at 1pm at ine WILLI AM t. HIKT PU-NERAL HOME, INC., 704 Brownsville Rd. at Alice. In- Termem Birmingham cem. OGILVY Grace Conway Ogilvy, on March 13, 1991 of Baldwin; wife of the late Stewart: Ogilvy; sister of Agnes nnurun ut ni, rnenas received Friday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at READSHAW FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1503 Brownsville Rd., Car rick. Funeral service aax. ai if p.m. PATALSKI On Thurs- March 14, 1991, Walter of Forest Hill&: hut- bond of Jean; father of Sophie Welesko, Edward Patalski and Linda Taylor all of Forest Hills; also six grandchildren. Friends may coll Thurs. 7-9 p.mj Friday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at PATRICK T. LANIGAN FUNERAL home, oo Linden Ave- E Pah. Mass Of Christian Buri al in St. Leocodia Church, wiimeraing, iat, at to a.m. PILSTON Monnoiean E. (Monnie). aoe 83 of Boynton Beach, FU formerly of Natrona Heights suddenly on Monday, March ii, ivvi; rviemoer i nniry unnea nneinoaiST murcn, Brackenridge; wife of late Harold P. (Skinnv) Pilston; mother of Mrs. Wilburf (Sandra Jean) Rose of Fairview Village, Mercer County, PA, Keith A. Pilston, Boynton Beoch, FL and the late Neil Emory Pilston; dauahter of the late Emory ond Edith Coin Snoop; also survived by five grandchildren, 10 greatgrandchildren. Visitation Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the ALBERT H. DUSTER A SONS FUNERAL HOME. 347 E. 10th Ave- Tarentum. Service Saturday in the funeral home, 1 1 a.m. Buriot Prospect Cemetery, Brackenridge. POREMBA On Tues- March 12, 1991, Veronica B. of Ingram; beloved wife of Walter J ; mother of Barbara Gold ond Nancy Poremba daughter of Joseph & the late Rose No-wahj sister of Raymond & Joseph Nowak, Jr. & Dorothy btacko. Friends received at HERSHBERGER-STOVER, INC., FUNERAL HOME, 170 Noble Ave- Crafton. 2-4 & 7-9. Funeral Sat. 9; 30 a.m. Moss of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Church of fhe Ascension, 114 Berry St. Ingram. 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices PREZIOSO On Wed. Morrti IT )W1 Rose M., beloved wife of rne tore Nicholas A-- mother of John T. Preioso, Mary. Wilkins and Froncis M. Prezioso; Sister of AngelO Rus-so; also eiQhf grondchHdren ond two grpat-grondchilaren. Friends welcome ot the BEINHAUE R MORTUARY, Member of the Goden Rule. west Liberty Ave., Thurs. 7-9pm & Fri. 2-5 & 7-9pm. Moss of Christian Buriot Saturday at lOorn in St. Bernard Church. RENGERS Suddenly on Thurs. March 14, 1991, August B. Rengers Jr., of Mt. Wash.; beloved brother of 'jAndrew Stanger umu ine luiv rruim rttrnyer, brother-in-low ot Mildred Rengers; untie of Frank, Donna, Kathy Rengers; great-uncle of Renee and Melissa Renaers. Friends re ceived FRIDAY 12-9PM at Ihe JAMES 1 BARRY JR. FUNERAL HOME, INC., 608 Warrington Ave. Funeral on Sat. 9am with Funeral Mass in St. George Church 10am. RHEAM On Wed., March 13, 1991, Philomena Suess; beloved wife of the (ate Michael J. Rheam; mother of John M. Reheam, Potricio A. Meyer and Michele J. Rheam and the late Mary Carol Feigel; sister of Margaret Suess, Rosalie Suess and Caroline Hickey; also eight grandchildren; IS great-grandchildren. Visitation 7-9PM Thurs., 2-4 & 7-9PM Fri. at the HEALY-HAHN FUNERAL HOME. 425 Grant Ave Millvale. Mass of Christ ion burial St. Ann Church Sot. 10AM. RICCARDI On Thurs- March 14, 1991, Bernard Jj beloved husband of Angel in Pino; father of Rose Marie Monaco of St. Petersburg, FL, Phyllis Mo-chel of USC and Richard of Dormont; brother of Cecelia (Sis), Roberto and Bruno Riccardi, Jeannette (Lapia) Pilardi, antf the lote Dominic Riccardi; .si grandchildren. Friends welcome at the BEINHAUE R MORTUARY, Member of the Golden Rule, 2630 West Liberty Ave- on Friday 7-9 pm. Sat. and Sun. 1- pm. Mass of Christian Burial Mon. 10 a.m. in St. Bernard Church. Entombment Calvary Cemetery. SCHILLER On Wed. i worcn .j- 't., Richard Aj beloved husband of Mary Ann; father of Enc, Roy, & Ban; brother of Audrey Brondabpra, Rita MCL'innis, jo"", T 1 Vr. A Mr iH-HVMl fit CENE M. CORL, INC. FU- SOEVILLE, 4335 Northern hi Ark nst of Wowide Bld.-Rte. Visi tation 2 : J. ... of Christian bunol St. Bemo- riette Church on Sot. 10-30am. CORL DIRECTORS. 172-HM THOMPSON On March 12, 1991, Lois Tack Thompson, of Sewickley, PA; wfe of the late Donald Thompson jr.; dougrtter of the late Harry S. ond Mone Louise Tock. Private services and inter ment. Contributions rnay be mode H dPS'fed to fhe D. T. vwnton Rehabilitation Hosni- tol, Comp Meeting Road, Sewtcfciey, r. or tvusic Wimstrv, co St. Stephen Church, 405 Frederick Ave-Sewickley, PA 15143 Arrangements by the DALLAS $. IRVINE FUNERAL HOME. TROJANOWSKI On Wed., March 13, 1991, Frank X., beloved husband of Bertha (Gromacki); father of Francis C Howard F., Audrey F. and KODerr t. Trojohowski of Marietta, GA; aiso survivea oy live grana children and six areat-qrand' children. Friends received in EDWARD P. KANAI FUNER AL home, sou oreenneia Ave. Funeral Saturday, with Funeral Mass in St. Paul Cathedral at 10 a.m. Visitation with the family Thurs, 7-9 pm, Fri. 2-4 & 7-9 pm. UNVERZAGT On Wed., March 13, 1991, Nantv Snivpiv of Sherwood Oaks formerly of Ligonier ana en Avon; wire oi ine late William K. Unverzagt; mother of William S. of Salem, OR, Anne Unverzagt of Cleveland Hgts., OH and Kathryn Kelso of Doyles-town, PA; sister of John Snively of Ben Avon; also eight grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at the community Presbyten-an Church of Ben Avon. Church Ave.. Saturday at II a.m. Family wili receive friends following the Service in tne Lnurcn Honor, memorial contributions are suggested to a favorite charity. Arrangements McDON ALD-LINN FUNERAL HOME, INC., AVALON WILKER On Thurs. March 14, 1991, Dorothy I., of the N.S.; wife of the lote Joseph; mother of Sr. Rosa ire, S.C. of Seton Hill, Greensburg, PA; olso survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received at the NOVAK FUNERAL HOME, 3313 Brighton Rood. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Leo Church Sot. 1.30pm. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9pm. Family requests Memorials to Assumption Hall Nursing Home, Greensburg, PA. WILLIAMS Of Moon Twp., formerly of March 13, 1991, Clara Ma le, wire or tne late Albert, beloved mother of Dorothvi fimith nnrt CKiriau vju.,i 1 I sister of Elizabeth Kortz,, also six grand, 17 great and nine great-great-grondchil- COPELAND'S, CORAOPOLIS, 867 5th Ave. Services Satur-I M' I JUOI71. Northgate Chapter 2736 AARP. Memorials suggested to St. Barnabus Home. WILSON Marian (King) of Friendship Village on Wed. Mar. 13, 1991; beloved mother of Pauline W. Ackenheil; arondmother of Marcia ooding, Susan Snow and John Ackenheil; great grandmother of Erica, B.J. ond Marian. No visitation. A chapel service will be ot Home-wood Cemetery Fri. Mar. 5 lpm. Arrangements, BEIN-HAUERS, Member of the Golden Rule, Peters Twp WOOD On Wed. March 13, 1991, Susan B wife of the late Miles Fj mother of Robert W. and Marjorie Yearick; also 7 grandchildren ond 8 great-grandchildren. Friends received T. D. TURNER'S, rv waiiace Ave., wi k.. Fri. 2-4 & 7-9, where services will be held Sot. at 1pm. ZDYBAK JoseDh on March 14. 1991, of Monroeviiie, beloved hus band ot Jone t. Kuscn, fa ther of Linda J. Cole, Janice L. Zdybak, brother of Helen Zeok, Evelyn Harbocho ond the late Walter Zdvbak, also two grandchildren. Friends receivea at tne judc ru-NERAL HOME, INC., Cor. Show & Triboro Ave., Turtle Creek. Services will be held at the Rosecrest Lutheron Church, Sat. at 10am. Visitation Fri. 2-4 and 7-9pm. ZUMMO Vincent J j on Tues., Mor. 12, 1991; husband of Zelia Rusby Zummo; father of Zelia Krusev, Jeffrev J., late Gary S., and (ate Vincent T. Zummo; also survived by two grandchildren. NO VISl- i a i iun. rrtvaie Lnurgicoi Service was held on Wed. 004 In Memoriam WILSON On Wed., Morch IX 1991, Julia Kulak; beloved wife of William Dale Wilson of Bellevue; mother of Robert D. Wilson ond his wife Marjorie of Avalon; sister of Catherine Korch, Mory So-tak, Verno McElroy, Martha Lucas, Michael Kulak, George k uiok and the late Susan Retihon, Anna Dut-kowsky, Helen Brozeil and John Kulak. Friends invited Thyrs & Fri. 2-4 S, 7-9 at ORION C. PINKERTON FUNERAL HOME, INC., A GOLDEN RULE MEMBER FIRM, 1014 Colifomio Ave., Avalon (No'th BohdsI, when? funeral se-vtce will be hpid Sat. at 10J om, Mrs. Wilson was a member of MISSOURI KEMP Morch 15, 1984 In loving memory of our dear wife, mother & grandmother who passed away 7 years ago today. As you rest, in heaven lv oeace vou live forever in our hearts. Sadly missea oy nusDona, cnoaren 8, grondchildren 007 Mon. -Cemetery ALLEG. MEM CEMETERY-2 crypts. Temple of Memories Mausoleum. $6000. Fla., 813-385-4071 JEFF MEM-6 Christus plots SiOO'per. 504-891-8989 collect JEFFERSON MEM PK Garden of Temple, 2 grove spoce. $1200 both. Coll collect oft 7pm 1-904-684-2484. JEFFERSON MEMORIAL -4 plots. Garden of Virtues, $800 pr. 619-272-2893 "RIVERVIEW CEMETERY 4 bunal lots. $300 ea. or $1000 all. 468-3061 eves. RIVERVIEW MEM. PARK-Verona, PA; 4 lots, reosl, estate executor, 412-545-6434

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