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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE SUNDAY. JULY 4. B-5 OBITUARIES Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in Copeland's. Brodhead Road. Moon. A Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Margaret Mary Church. Burial will be in Mount Royal Cemetery. Glenshaw. The family suggests memorial donations to the American Cancer Society, 241 Fourth Pittsburgh 15222-1744. Wildwood. Green Oaks. Edgewood. Rolling Hills and Fox Chapel country clubs. His brother Anthony J. "Don," who died in 1989. was for manv years the manager at Churchill Country Club. Another brother, Angelo, managed a country club in Christmas, Fla. before retiring. Patsy Donadeo, who grew up in Brush-ton, was in charge of a headquarters mess in Tunisia during World War II. While serving in North Africa, he met and became a friend of Ernie Pyle, the celebrated war correspondent. Pyle mentioned Mr. name in several of his columns and in one of his books. Mr. Donadeo was a member of the First Armored Division Association, VFW Post 6681, and American Legion Post 351. In addition to Angelo, Mr. Donadeo is survived by another brother, Dr. John of New York, and nieces and nephews. A memorial Mass will be celebrated at noon Saturday in St. John Fisher Church, Churchill. Burial was private in Allegheny County Memorial Park. Funeral arrangements by Soxman Funeral Homes, Penn. Hills. Geraldine K. Devlin, 78, nies, including Trans World Airlines. Calgon Carbon Corp. and Equipment Supplies Inc. She was a founding member of the Pittsburgh chapter of the National Secretaries Association of America. Mrs. Devlin was a past president of Pleasant Hills Estates Number One, Two and Three, a women's civic organization. She was an honorary life member of the Baldwin Players Community Theater and a member of the St. Elizabeth Church choir. Survivors include a son, Robert 0. ol Franklin Park; two brothers, Elmer Korn-probst of Munhall and Robert Hadzor of Whitehall; a sister, Viola Borcik of Homestead Park; and two grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the John F. Slater Funeral Home, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood. A blessing service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. A memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth Church. Memorials may be made to The Alzheimer's Association, Greater Pittsburgh chapter. Eugene C. Ort, 75, owned Moon glass, plastics firm Eugene C. Ort, 75, owner and operator of Manufacturing Specialty Glass and Plastics Products in Moon since 1985, died yesterday in Sewickley Valley Hospital after a lengthy illness. A World War II veteran and a member of St. Margaret Mary Church, he is survived by his wife, Sally Budhy Ort; a son, Gene of Spring, Texas; Jour grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. ELSEWHERE Edith Lloyd Garrison Bliss, 79, great-granddaughter of Civil War-era abolitionist publisher William Lloyd Garrison, Thursday in Salt Lake City. She was a former president of the Utah League of Women Voters and was involved with Planned Parenthood of Utah. R. Tyler Gatchell 50, a Broadway producer and manager who collaborated with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber on various musicals, including "Cats" and "Evita," Thursday of a heart attack Thursday in New York City. He was 50. Sophia Yarnall Jacobs, 91, a longtime civil rights and human rights advocate, Thursday in Northeast Harbor, Maine. She was president and chairwoman of the Urban League of Greater New York from 1955 to 1960, the year she became president of the National Council of Women. Samuel Mendel Melton, 93, retired founder of Capitol Manufacturing and Supply of Columbus, Ohio, and Capitol Pipe and Nipple Manufacturing of Detroit in the 1920s, Thursday in Columbus, Ohio. He established the Samuel Mendel Melton Foundation in 1951. Clarence M. Zener Mr. Zener was a physics instructor at secretary for area firms 1ITI1 TT-: CL inn vvasmngion university in ai. Liouis in ismo- Geraldine K. Devlin, whose secretarial career in the Pittsburgh area spanned four decades, died yesterday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at St. John's Lutheran Care Center in Mars. She was 78. Mrs. Devlin, who was born in Pittsburgh, worked as a secretary for several compa Clarence Zener, 87, renowned CMU physicist Clarence M. Zener, a worid-renowned physicist, died of heart failure yesterday at his home Squirrel Hill. Mr. Zener, 87, was a professor in the physics department at Carnegie' Mellon University whose work expanding the theoretical study of solid-state physics often was years ahead of its technological applications. The Zener diode, a voltage regulator developed in the 1950s and used in modern computer circuitry, resulted from a paper explaining the breakdown of electrical insu-- lators that Mr. Zener published in 1934. "He was very well known for early work he did on the properties of solid materials some of which led to the Zener diode," said John Fetkovich, the associate head of the physics department and assistant to the president of the university. "The most remarkable thing about him is how he could be given a problem he hadn't faced before and, with speed and accuracy that is very rare, come to understand it and see the way to deal with it," Fetkovich said. "Even in recent months, at that age 87, he was as sharp as most scientists that I know and he continued to be intellectually curious and active Just being with him and seeing how he worked actually helped me," Fetkovich, said. Herbert A. Simon, who won the Nobel in economics in 1978, said Mr. Zener was "a very pleasant and congenial person he was very well liked." "He certainly was one of the outstanding scientists on our faculty," said Simon, a former dean of the Carnegie Mellon Graduate School of Industrial Administration. Mr. Zener was credited with helping to develop geometric programming, a dard technique useful in mathematical studies as well as practical engineering and business administrative problems. He was internationally recognized for introducing a field of scientific study with his work on internal friction, the process by which the energy in a vibrating metal is converted to as the vibration subsides. He also pioneered the concept of ocean thermal energy conversion, a form of solar energy using the temperature gradient in the ocean while avoiding environmental problems found in other methods. Hubert Aaronson, R.F. Mehl professor of metallurgical engineering and materials science, called Mr. Zener "a rare, strange genius" in the winter 1985 edition of Carnegie Mellon Magazine. The Material Research Society in 1982 called him one of the "most fundamental and original of any 20th century scientists." Before joining the Carnegie Mellon faculty in 1968, Mr. Zener had been dean of science for three years at Texas University. He joined Texas after retiring from Westinghouse Electric Corp. Research Laboratories, where during his 14 he was director of research and director of science. OBITUARIES 37 and at the City College of New York in 1937-40. He was an associate professor at Washington State University from 1940-42, then a principal physicist at the Watertown (Mass.) Arsenal during World War II. After the war, he taught at the University of Chicago until 1951. He was the author of more than 125 papers and books and a member of the National Academy of Science. His honors included the Von Hippel Award of the Materials Research Society, the Bingham Award of the Society of Rheology, the Wetherill Medal of the Franklin Institute and the Albert Souveur Achievement Award and the Gold Medal of the American Society for Metals. A native of Indianapolis, Mr. Zener graduated in 1926 from Stanford University and received his doctorate in physics in 1929 from Harvard University. He also studied at the University of Leipzig. Survivors include his wife, Ruby Zener; two daughters, Jean Lepley of Seattle, and Ann Edwards of Pittsburgh; two sons, Robert of McLean, and Thomas of Irvine, and 11 grandchildren. There will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, Ellsworth and Morewood avenues, Shadyside. Arrangements are by H. Samson, Oakland. Patsy F. Donadeo, 82, ex-country club manager Patsy F. Donadeo, retired manager of the Sunnehanna Country Club in Johnstown, died June 26 in Braddock General Hospital. Mr. Donadeo, 82, of Wilkins, was one of four brothers, three of whom are now dead, who were country club managers. His brother Adolph who died in 1981, was manager of the old Pittsburgh Press Club after serving stints as manager at FABIANO On Saturday, July 3, 1993, Giosue (Josh), of Stowe husband of Norma DiCenzo; father of Renee and Peter Fabiano; grandfather of Shelley and Peter brother of Carmella the late Joseph Fabiano and Micheline Leone; brother-in-law of Yolanda (Tootsie) DiCenzo. Friends received at the ANTHONY M. MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 7th McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass St. John of God Parish, Mother of Sorrows Church, on Tues. at 10 a.m. Visitation Sun. and Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. FLOWERS On July 2, 1993, Anna, age 99, of Mt. Lebanon; wife of the late Joseph Flowers; mother of Rita McGaffin, Ted Flowers, Ann Czajowski Joseph Flowers; also 19 grandchildren; 14 great 10, 1993, at 12 noon. Arrangements are being handled by SOXMAN FUNERAL HOMES, LTD. ENIE On Sat. July 3, 1993, George E. Sr. of Sharpsburg; husband of Lucy (Marcoly); father of George E. father in law of Sally P. Enie; grandfather of Tara Marc Brad J. and Maria G. Enie. Friends received Sun. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Mon. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the WORRELL FUNERAL HOME, 820 Main Sharpsburg. Funeral Mass Tues 9:30 a.m. in Madonna of Jerusalem Church. EVANS Of Carrick, on Friday, July 2, 1993, Gladys Dilla Evans; wife of the late Benjamin M. Evans; beloved mother of Mary Ann Arnold, Kathleen Lubawy, Benny and Shawn Evans; sister of Joe, Jim, William, John Dilla, Dolly Sherred, SLATE, The Rev. Ralph, 79, of Ruffsdale, died July 2. Brooks Funeral Home, Mount Pleasant SULLIVAN, Joseph Patrick, of Denver, formerly of Pittsburgh, died July 3. Services will be held in Denver. J.W. Poland Funeral Home, Conway. (0) SWANSTROM, Walter 72, of Holiday Park, died July 2. Gene H. Corl, Funeral Center of Monroeville. (0) SWOOPE, Evelyn Reynolds, 68, of North Brad-dock, died July 1. Elkin Mortuary, North Braddock. (0) VECCHIOLA, Mary, 92, formerly of Pittsburgh, died July 1. Charles W. Trenz Funeral Home, Penn Hills. (0) WILKES, Frederick R. 58, of Pgh. died June 30. George A. Warden Funeral Home, 1100 N. Homewood Ave. Pgh. (0) WITTMER, Margaret 67, of Plum, died July 2. William F. Gross Funeral Home, Penn Hills. (0) YARDIS, Dorothy M. Rohm, 79, of Ross, died July 1. Bock Funeral Home, Shaler. (0) ZENER, Clarence 87, of Squirrel Hill, died Friday, July 2, 1993. H. Samson Funeral Home, Squirrel Hill. (0) BALTISH Eugene G. of Munhall, on June 30, 1993, husband of the late Genevieve (Gill); son of Mary Penta; stepson of the late Valerie Penta and son of the late Thomas Baltish; father of Dianne (Cookie) Cornetta, Janet Ebaugh, Carole Lynne Schroeder, E.Robert Baltish and William J. Baltish; brother of Thomas Boaltash; also nine grandchildren. Friends received SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME, 3501 Main Munhall. Visitation Saturday Sunday 2-4 7-9PM. Mass of Christian Burial 10AM, Resurrection Church, West Mifflin. BENDZOCK (Benjock) Paul V. of Munhall, died July 1, 1993, husband of Pauline (Korchmaros); father of Paul of West Homestead; brother of Andrew of N.Carolina, Margaret Cool of Utah, the late John, "Michael and Anna Crevar; also grandfather of Jennifer Ryan. Friends received at SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME, 3501 Main Munhall. Visitation Sat. Sun. 2-4 7-9PM. Mass of Christian Burial 11AM, St. Therese Church, Munhall. BENNEY (DeMark) On Saturday, July 3, 1993, Eleanor; wife of the late John mother of the late John grandmother of John and Tony Benney; sister of Edward A. and Vincent J. DeMark. Friends received at the HERSH-BERGER-STOVER, FUNERAL HOME, 170 Noble Crafton, Monday, 2-4 7-9 p.m. where Blessing Service will be Tuesday at 12 noon. BUDZIK Stanley 78, on July 3, 1993. Beloved husband of Mary Casciola Budzik; father of Mary Ann Antonioli and Kathryn An-dreone and the late Jean Budzik; grandfather of David Antonioli, Tracey Vi-cinski, Ashley Andreone and Angelica Andreone; great-grandfather of Jessica Vicinski. Friends will be received 7-9 Sunday and 2-4 and 7-9 Monday at the EUGENE C. COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME, Rt. 50, Cecil. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 11 o'clock St. Mary R.C. Church. BUTLER Thursday, July 1, 1993, Jack, beloved husband of Elsie; father of Alvin, John Jack Willie, Char-lene and Darlene Butler and Carolyn Butler Moore; father-in-law of Kimberly Webster Butler, Alvin L. Brown and Herman D. Moore; eight grand and two great-grandchildren. Brother of Louis, Lester, Roy, Ronald, Henry and Catherine Butler, Edna Bell and Adalaide Rivers. Visitation Sunday and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 at the GEORGE A. WARDEN FUNERAL HOME, 1100 N. Homewood Ave. Funeral Tuesday 2 p.m. in Naza-rene Baptist Church. CHILCOTT On June 30, 1993, Nathan G. (Nate), at Man-kato, KS, formerly of Forest Hills; husband of the late Vesta; beloved father of Ralph W. of Franklin, PA, Merle D. of Forest Hills nd Marvin E. of Ozawkie, KS; also seven grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren. Mr. Chilcott retired as a Patent Attorney after 36 years from Westinghouse. He held various church positions and served as a boy scout volunteer from 1935 to 1975. Charter Member of Forest Hills Lions Club. Friends received at Forest Hills Presbyterian Church' on Wed. at 10:30 a.m. until time of Memorial Service at 11 a.m. Memorials may be made to the Forest Hills Presbyterian Church Building Fund, 1840 Ardmore PA 15221. Arrangements by ROBERT A. WOLFE MEMORIAL, Wilkinsburg COLE Amelia widow of Edward H. Cole, of Wexford, on July 2, 1993; beloved mother of Mary E. Gonet, Dr. Charles E. Cole, Jeanne C. McCor-mick Shirley C. Wilson; also 19 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Friends may call 2-4 7-9 Sat. Sun. at GEORGE A. THOMA FUNERAL HOME, 10418 Perry McCandless. Funeral Mass in St. Alphonsus Church on Monday at 11:30 a.m. Family suggests memorials to St. Alphonsus School Scholarship Fund. DEAK On July 1, 1993, Helen Corba of Oklahoma City, formerly of Carnegie; beloved wife of the late Michael Deak; mother of Shirley Ford, Michael and the late Ronald Deak; sister of Steve Corba Vladimir S. Corba, Harvey L. Corba and the late Dr. Joseph S. Corba; also six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends received Sun. 11 a.m. -4 p.m. and 7-9 and Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the VLADIMIR S. CORBA FUNERAL HOME, 300 E. Main Carnegie. Funeral Tues. at 9:30 a.m. with Funeral Service in SS. Peter Paul Ukr. Orth. Church at 10 a.m. Paras-tas Mon. 7:30 p.m. DeLUCO James L. (Jinx), on July 3, 1993; beloved husband of Marguerite; father of Peter, Lawrence, James, Patricia Matzko; brother of Dominic Russo, Anthony Russo, Emma DeRiso, Carmen DeLuco and the late Nita Colaizzi; also nine grandchildren. Friends received Sun. and Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the CHARLES W. TRENZ FUNERAL HOME, 11110 Frankstown Penn Hills. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Bartholomew Church, Tues. 11:30 a.m. DONADEO Patsy F. Donadeo, 82, of Wilkins on Saturday, June 26, 1993, in Braddock General Hospital. Husband of the late Elsie. Brother of Rose of John of NY and Angelo of Fla. Also survived by 8 nieces and nephews. Pat was retired as manager of the Sunnehanna Country Club, Johnstown, PA. He was a member of the First Armored Div. VFW Post 6681 and American Legion Post 351. Interment was held privately in Allegheny County Memorial Park. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated in St. John Fisher Church, Churchill Boro, by Father Francis Lacknetfon Saturdav. Julv grandchildren; sister of Fred Kramer and Katherine Higginson. Friends received Sun. Mon. 2-4, 7-9 at LAWRENCE T. MILLER FUNERAL HOME, 460 Lincoln Bellevue. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of the Assumption Tues. 10 a.m. FRY Jane, born Magherafelt, County Londonderry, Ireland, Oct. 10, 1906. Passed away June 28, 1993 in Oceanside CA. Beloved wife of the late Lowers L. Fry; cherished mother of Mildred Ott of Penn Hills Thomas L. Fry of Oceanside William R. Fry of Hawthorne CA. and Donald R. Fry of Los Angeles blessed with 14 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. "When I am dead, my dearest, Sing no sad songs for me." Services July 3, 1993, 11 a.m. at the PIERCE BROS. DEL FOX MORTUARY 3918 W. Marine Lawndale CA. 90260. Interment Inglewood Park Cemetery. GREALISH On Weds. June 30, 1993, Joseph P. Grealish of Mt. Lebanon formerly of Gal-way, Ireland; beloved husband of the late Annie T. Lydon; father of Maureen Graner of Mt. Lebanon, Ann Coll of Mt. Lebanon, Barbara Long of Philadelphia, PA and Kathleen Grealish of NY; also survived by 10 grandchildren; brother of John Grealish of Boston, MA and Peter Grealish of England. Friends welcome at BEINHAUER MORTUARY, Member of the Golden Rule, 2630 West Liberty Ave. Sat. Sun. 2-4 7-9 p.m. NO PUBLIC VISITATION MONDAY JULY 5. Mass of Christian Burial Tues. 10 a.m. St. Bernards Church. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. HAMILTON Clyde age 81, of Homestead, died suddenly on July 1, 1993; retired employee of the US Steel Corp. Homestead works; beloved father of Charles and David Hamilton. Friends received Mon. 2-4 7-9 p.m. TUNIE FUNERAL HOME, 1205 West Homestead, where Services will be held on Tues. at 11 a.m. Interment Homestead Cemetery. KCont. on page B-6 Mary Merhaut and the late Robert Dilla; also survived by eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Friends received at the HOWARD A. FARNS-WORTH FUNERAL HOME, 425 Brownsville Mt. Oliver. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m. Liturgy St. Basils Church 10 a.m. Visition Sunday Monday, 2-4 7-9 p.m. Interment St. Michaels Cemetery. EVANS On July 2, 1993, Rev. William C. Evans, of Ems-worth; husband of the late Juanita; beloved father of Douglas P. Evans; also survived by four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Services and Interment will be private in Glen Burnie, MD. Arrangements by STOVER FUNERAL HOME, McKees Rocks. FIANO John A on July 2, 1993 of Forest Hills; beloved husband of Irene Kupec; dear father of Stephanie Shockey and James Fiano of Meyersdale and John Fiano of Forest Hills; brother of Rose Gerace, Lucy Perrino of Mt. Lebanon and Nick of Sebring, FL; also nieces and nephews. Mr. Fiano was a retired Engineer at Westinghouse Elec. Corp. after 45 years of service, he served in the US Army Infantry in Europe during WWII and an active member of the Sr. Citizens Center of Forest Hills. Private family visitation at the EDWARD T. PERRONE MORTUARY, 7455 Church Swissvale, on Tues. July 6, 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Maurice Church, Forest Hills 12 noon, Friends invited. FEICK Robert E. of Chicago formerly of Carrick, on Wed June 16, 1993, beloved son of the late Edward J. the late Agnes Feick. Brother of Betty Feick Means, uncle of Deanne Means Edwards, Dwight B. Means Jr. Robert was a retired teacher at Niles West High School, Skokie, was a veteran of WWII. A private interment was held at Jefferson Memorial Park. The family respectfully suggests memorials to be made to the American Heart Assn. Arrangements by READSHAW FUNERAL home, LATEST DEATHS The following is a list of recent deaths, provided free as a public service. Those listings followed with the letter in parenthe- sis (O) indicate that a classified obituary is running elsewhere in these pages. For the following listing, we accept information only funeral directors and employees of crematoriums and memorial societies who may call 263-1601 from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily. BUDZIK, Stanley 78, of McDonald, died July 3. Eugene C. Coleman Funeral Home, Cecil. (0) CARUSO, Eleanor 63, of Squirrel Hill, died July 3. H. Samson, Oakland. CHILCOTT, Nathan 96, formerly of Forest Hills, died June 30. Robert A. Wolfe Memorial, Wilkinsburg. (O) DAVIS, Ida 83, of West Newton, died July 2. J. William McCauley Funeral Home, West Newton. DEAK, Helen, 79, of Oklahoma City, died July 1 Vladimir S. Corba Funeral Home, Carnegie. (O) DeSANTIS, John D. 71, of Kingview (Scottdale), died July 2. Robert B. Ferguson Funeral Home, Scottdale. DONADEO, Patsy 82, of Wilkins, died June 26. Soxman Funeral Homes, Penn Hills. (O) ENIE, George E. 87, of Sharpsburg, died July 3, 1993. Worrell Funeral Home, Sharpsburg. (O) FIANO, John 69, of Forest Hills, died July 2. Fdward T. Perrone Mortuary, Swissvale. (O) HAMILTON, Clyde 81, of Homestead, died July 1 Tunie Funeral Home, Homestead. (0) HOMER, lyiargaret 83, of Jeannette, formerly of Youngstown, died 'July 2. John V. Graziano Funeral Home. Jeannette. IANNACCHIONE, Ruth 73, of Durham, N.C., formerly of Penn Hills, died July 2. John F. Slater Funeral Home, Brentwood. (0) KEAR, Loretta, 72, of McKeesport, died July 2. Strifflers' of White Oak. (0) KOLARICH, Joseph, 67, of Coraopolis, died July 3. Daniel f. D'Alessandro Funeral Home, Lawrenceville. l. LAWLOR, Margaret 65, of Latrobe, died July 2. John J. Lopatich Funeral Home, Latrobe. LEECHES, Anna Hinger, 76, of Latrobe, died July 2. John J. Lopatich Funeral Home, Latrobe. LETZKUS, Jane Cushing, 85, of Forest Hills, died July 2. Maurice L. Knee, Wilkinsburg. (0) McGINNIS, Martha McPherson, 88, of Neville Island, died July 2. Copeland's, Coraoplis. (0) McKERCHER, James 95, formerly of Can-onsburg, died July 1 Maurice L. Knee, Wilkinsburg. (0) MEYER, Janet, 38, of Hazelwood, died July 2, 1993. John D. O'Connor Son Funeral Home, Hazelwood. (0) PETRILL, Alfred 76, of Greensburg, died July 3. John V. Graziano Funeral Home, Jeannette. PROBST, John 68, of Manor, formerly of North Hills, died July 3. William Snyder Funeral Home. Irwin. REID, Isadora 86, of East Liberty, died July 1 Spriggs-Watson Funeral Home, Homewood. ROSKO, Betty 66, of Latrobe, died July 2. John J. Lopatich Funeral Home, Latrobe. SCHAUDEL, Ruth 98, of North Side, died July 1. Heard Funeral Home, North Side. (0) SCHNEIDER, George W. 83, of Delmont, formerly of McKeesport, died July 2. William H. Craig Funeral Home, McKeesport. (0) SHIREY, Loucetta E. Cams, 75, of Greensburg, died July 2. James P. Gaut Funeral Home. Pleasant Unity, i SINE, Dorothy 61, of Greensburg, died July 2 John J. Lopatich Funeral Home, Latrobe. SKALKO, Mary 78. of Tarentum, died July 2. Albert H. Duster Sons Funeral Home, Tarentum, (0) I PREVIOUS DEATHS BALTISH, Eugene 64 of Munhall, died June 30. Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Home, Munhall. (0) BENDZOCK, Paul 74, of Munhall, died July 1 Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Home, Munhall. (0) COLE, Amelia of Pine, died July 2. George A. Thoma Funeral Home, McCandless. (0) FEICK, Robert 70, of Chicago, formerly of Carrick, died June 16. Readshaw Funeral Home, Carrick. (0) FLOWERS, Anna, 99, of Mt. Lebanon, died July 2. Lawrence T. Miller Funeral Home, Bellevue. (0) FRY, Jane, of Oceanside, died June 28. Pierce Brothers Del Fox Mortuary, Lawndale, Calif. (0) GREALISH, Joseph 76, of Mt. Lebanon, died June 30. Beinhauer Mortuary, South Hills, (0) JANSSEN, Jules J. 85, of Richland, died July 1. King Funeral Home, Hampton. (0) KEEGAN, Julia, 91, of Shaler, died July 2. Neely's, Shaler. (0) KEISLER, Morton 72, of Bradford, formerly of Homestead and Munhall, died July 2. Burton L. Hirsch Chapel, Squirrel Hill. (0) LAWSON, Alexander of Munhall, 83, died July 2. George Irvin Green Funeral Home, Munhall. (0) MANGO, Joseph Nicholas, 55, of Aspmwall, died July 1 Worrell Funeral Home, Sharpsburg. (0) MARTORELLA, Mildred, age 69-, of Scott, died July 2, 1993. Brusco-Napier Funeral Home, Beech-view. (0) MOLCHAN, Norman 56, of Monroeville, died July 1. Gene H. Corl Funeral Center, Monroeville. (0) MOTTILLO, Victor 60, of Robinson, died July 2. Copeland's, Coraopolis. (0) NAIR, Louis R. "Duke," 82, of Churchill, died July 1. Maurice L. Knee, Wilkinsburg. (0) O'NEILL, John 81, of Monroeville, formerly of Swissvale, died July 1 Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home. Swissvale. (0) RUKAVINA, Mile, 97, of Whitehall, died July 2. John F. Slater Funeral Home. Brentwood. (0) VARGO, Daniel 43, of Mt.Lebanon. died July 2. Freyvogel-Slater Funeral Directors, Bethel Park. (0) VEVERKA, Joseph 77. of Carrick. died July 1 Readshaw Funeral Home, Carrick. (0) ZARANEK, Rudolph, 79, of North Royalton, Ohio, died July 2. Mosinski Funeral Home, Broadview Heights, Ohio. (0)

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