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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE H MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 200 1 B.5 OBITUARIES HOWARD A. KRESS BOB SNYDER Former NFL player, coach By The Associated Press Bob Snyder, who won three NFL championships with the Chicago Bears and later coached in the NFL and college, died Thursday in Toledo, Ohio, after suffering from diabetes in recent years. He was 87. Mr. Snyder also had stints as an assistant coach with the Steel-ersvHe was a quarterback and placekicker for the Cleveland Rams and Chicago Bears. He helped the Bears to three championships, including the Bears 73-0 romp over Washington in the 1940 championship. He kicked three field goals in a 37-9 victory oveir the New York Giants in the 1941 championship. ;,.Mr. Snyder was an assistant coach at Notre t)ame under Frank Leahy in 1942 before returning to play for the Bears a year later fpr another league championship. At Notre Dame, Snyder con-vprjed Angelo Bertelli and Johnny Lujack into quarterbacks. Both became Heisman Trophy winners. He became the NFLs youngest coach in 1947 at age 34 with the Los Angeles Rams after their move from Cleveland. The Rams finished 6-6 that year. -'Mr. Snyder coached some of the game's most famous names while with the Rams, including Norm Van Brocklin, Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch and three Heisman Trophy winners Tom Harmon from Michigan, Glenn Davis from Army and Les Horvath from Ohio State. . .Mr. Snyder, who grew up in Toledo, later came home to coach one season at the University of Toledo in 1950. Cont. from Page B-4 FECSKOVICS JOHN MICHAEL (FETSKO) Of Homestead, oge 75, on January 6, 2001. Brother of Mary Ko-rdick of White Oak, Ann Chir of Homestead, Eugene Fetsko of Homestead and the late Joseph Jr., Helen and Mildred Fetsko and Margaret Chir. Friends received SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 3501 Main St., Munhall (Member National Selected Morticians). Visitation Monday 7 -9 pm and Tuesday 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday in St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish, St. Michael Worship Site, time later. John was a member of First Catholic Slovak Union 315 and he greatly enjoyed hunting and fishing. FELDMEIER MICHAEL L. JR Of Penn Hills on Saturday, January 6, 2001; beloved husband of Frances (Leffler); father of Michael III, Mark & Matthew Feldmeier; also survived by grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mr. Feldmeier was a Penn Hills Police Officer and retired as a Sergeant after 26 years of service. He was a retired Itfe-member of F.O.P. Lodge 91 and a life member of BPO Elks Lodge 1668. Friends received at the WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 11735 Frankstown Road (at Rodi Road) Penn Hills. Funeral Wednesday 11 :30 AM. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph Church 12 noon. Visitation Monday & Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM. GICANTE VINCENT A. SR. - "Vince the Pony Man" on Sunday January 7, 2001 of Sharpsburg formerly of East Liberty; husband of the iate Mercedes (Meinert) Gi-gante; beloved father of Carolyn Schepis, Dolly Ellerbrock and the late Vincent Gigante Jr.; also 12 grdndchildren and 24 great grandchildren. Friends received Tuesday 1-9 PM at the WORRELL FUNERAL HOME, INC., Corner of Main and Ninth Sts. Sharpsburg. Funeral Mass Wednesday 10 AM St. Mary Church, Sharpsburg. In lieu of flowers family suggest contributions to Children's Hospital, 3705 Fifth Ave., Pgh. PA 15219. GRISCOM AGNES H. (GRAFF) fn St. Louis, MO, formerly of Mt. Lebanon, on Saturday, January 6, 2001. Beloved wife of the late Walter Griscom; daughter of the late George and Ottilia Graff; mother of Robert (Mary) Griscom and Sharon Cline; sister of Marie (Pat) Laquin-ta, Mercedes (Andrew) Medwid and the. late George (Ruth) Graff; grandmother of Mathew (Kelly) Griscom, Haley (Doug) Hurford, Maggie Griscom, Emilie Griscom and. Paul Griscom; great-grandmother of Cole 8. Austin Griscom and Kiley & Spencer Hurford. Agnes worked with her husband Walter in their printing and gift shop business. After Walter's death, she worked until her retirement as a receptionist for the Mt. Lebanon Municipal Dept. Service and interment will be private in Missouri. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Anthony Hospice, 10016 Kennerly Rd., St. Lois, MO 63128. Locdl arrangements by LAUGHLIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. HASKINS MARLENE G. 63 of Trafford died January 4, 2001; wife of the late Donald H. Haskins; mother of Larry D Bruce A.; Robert J. and Brian K. Haskins; sister of Norma Jean Martin; 16 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild. Friends received at the JOHN M. DOBRINICK FUNERAL HOME, 429 Duquesne Ave., Trafford, Monday & Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM. Services Wednesday 11:00 AM in the Funeral Home. HEINZ RALPH W. Of Penn Hills, on Friday, January 5, 2001; beloved husband of Genevieve (Testa); dear father of Ralph "Dusty" J. Heinz and wife Joan and Cynthia A. Volenti and husband Paul; brother of Alice Jane Matranga, Leona Hughes and the late Vernon Heinz; grandfather of Lindsey, Nicholas, Valeree & Kristin. Friends may call 7-9pm Sun. & 2-4 & 7-9pm Mon. at MAURICE L. KNEE LTD., FUNERAL HOME, 7663 Saltsburg Rd., (Across from S & T Bank) Plum. Blessing Service on Tues. at 11am. HINTON NARLIE R. Age 75, of Squirrel Hill, on January 3, 2001; beloved mother of Toni Booker, Shirley Clark and Nykole Hinton, both of New York, Barbara Wertheimer, Ruth Thomas, Tracey Stokes and the late Linda Harris; 1 1 grandchildren, Steven, Terry, Sebri-na, Lance, Dawn, Paige, Margo, Malcolm, Khalilah, St. Lawrence and Julian; 15 great-grandchildren; beloved sister of O'Dell Watson, Flo Crozier, Estelle Hancock, Leida Howard and Bea Houze; other relatives and friends. Visitation Sun. & Mon. 2-4 & 7-9pm in the GEORGE A. WARDEN FUNERAL HOME, 1100 North Homewood Ave. Funeral Tues. 2pm Central Baptist Church. Interment Homewood Cemetery. HUGHES DOROTHY A. On Saturday, January 6, 2001. Beloved daughter of the late Thomas F. and Margaret Sullivan Hughes; sister of Penny Hughes and Thomas F. Hughes Jr.; aunt of Daniel, Dale, Margaret Elizabeth and Colleen; great aunt of Thomas. Funeral from MCCABE BROS., INC., FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St., Shadyside on Wed. at 9:30 am. Mass of Christian Burial in Sacred Heart Church at 10:30 am. Visitation with family Mon. and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 pm. JOHNSON ELMER H. Born Sept. 23, 1912, a lifelong resident of Beechview until moving to Asbury Hts., on Saturday, January 6, 2001. Loving brother of May Fel-meth of the Baptist Homes, Ida Barker of Huntley, IL, Margaret Risler and brother-in-law, Clark Risler of Cary, NC and the late Harold, Edward, Carl, and close friend Mary Baldwin; also survived by seven nieces and nephews and 1 2 grand nieces and nephews. Elmer was a member of Dormont Lodge 684, F.&A.M. for 62 years and served as Army Staff Sgt. in India during WWII. Funeral Arrangements by BEINHAUERS, Friends welcome at 2630 West Liberty Avenue Dormont, (412) 531-4000, Tues. 7-9 pm, where service will be held Wednesday, 11 am. Interment, Jefferson Memorial Park Cemetery. Woodruff Family Services, LLP. JOHNSTON ANNA MAE (COLE) Age 88, of Hampton, SC, on Friday, January 5, 2001 in the Hampton Regional Medical Center after a brief illness. Mrs. Johnston was born in Carnegie on July 9, 1912, a daughter of the late John and Annie Sexton Cole. Mrs. Johnston had retired from the Publix Supermarket in Hallendale, FL and was a member of the Lutheran Church in Hallendale. Surviving are one daughter, Yvonne J. Hunt of Fayetteville, GA; two sons, Lee W. Johnston Sr. of Hampton, SC and Clifford J. Johnston of Barnwell, SC. There are seven grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Funeral service will be held Tuesday, 1 :00 pm in BRAD-WELL & NIRELLA FUNERAL HOME, Chartiers St. at Mansfield Blvd., Carnegie, with burial following in Chartiers Cemetery. Visitation will be 6-8 pm Monday and 11 am -1 pm Tues. at BRADWELL & NIRELLA FUNERAL HOME. JONES WILLIAM A. Quietly on January 2, 2001 in Ohio formerly of Pittsburgh; brother of Haywood Jones of Pittsburgh; uncle of Gretchen Bryant; also survived Optometrist and inveterate amateur photographer By Lynda Guydon Taylor Post-Gazette Staff Writer After 45 years as an optometrist, Dr. Howard A. Kress still took it hard when a patient faced blindness and there was nothing he could do to help. He was very sensitive, said his wife, Dee. Dr. Kress, whose specialty was contact lenses, particularly the kind allowing the wearer to sleep in them, was personally affected by a patient's ability to handle blindness. He would come home very emotional if he was treating someone he couldn't help, she said. His patients appreciated the care he took and the fact that he did not rush through appointments. Dr. Kress of ML Lebanon died Friday at Manor Care in Scott from complications of renal failure. He was 71. Because of his own failing health, he had stopped seeing patients in OBITUARIES by other friends and relatives. Friends may call Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at WHITE MEMORIAL CHAPEL of POINT BREEZE, 7204 Thomas Blvd., at Homewood Ave. Where funeral ceremony will be Wednesday 11 AM. Interment Rest-land Memorial Park. KASMARIK MARY E. On Friday January 5, 2001 of Chalfont PA formerly of Pittsburgh; wife of the late Andrew Kas-marik; mother of Karen A. Sinna-mon and her husband Bob of Chalfont PA; grandmother of Rob, Anne, Katherine, Andrew and No-elle Sinnamon all of Chalfont; sister of Anne Kropp of Knocksville TN, Bette Davis of Moorehaven Fla, Dorothy Patterson and Ethel Hebda Both of McKeesport, PA. Relatives and friends are invited to commital services Tuesday January 9, 2001 1 1 AM Jefferson Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel. Arrangements by WITTMAIER-SCANLIN FUNERAL HOME, Chalfont, PA KERNER NANCY (HESS) On Saturday January 6, 2001 Nancy (Hess) of Baldwin Boro formerly of Carrick; beloved mother of Terry W. and his wife Judith Kerner of Brentwood, Patty and her husband Fred Heeren of Chicago, I Land Jeff D. and his wife Barbara Kerner of Whitehall; also 10 grandchildren; sister of Vera and her husband John Clarke of Bethel Park; aunt of Dennis & Nancy Clarke; cousin of Adelaide and her husband Kenneth Morgan. Friends received Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the GRIFFITH MORTUARY, INC. 5636 Brownsville Road, Broughton-Curry-South Park Twp where services will be held on Wednesday at 11 AM. KERSNICK HARRIET H. Age 75, of Imperial, PA, on Saturday, January 6, 2001 . Wife of the late George J. Kersnick; beloved mother of George and wife Lynda Kersnick, Angela Kersnick, Amy Kersnick, Charles and wife Liana Kersnick, Andrea and husband David Good and Anita and husband George Brecosky; also six grandchildren. Friends received at WHARTON-HERRICK FUNERAL HOME, 951 Cliff Mine Rd., Imperial, Mon. 7-9 pm & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Columbkille Church, Rt. 30, Imperial, Wed., 10 am. Followed by interment, Resurrection Cemetery. KOEHLER RICHARD DAVID Age 94, on Saturday, January 6, 2001, formerly of Churchill; husband of the late Margaret Smith Koehler; dear father of Richard D. Koehler Jr. and his wife Jana of Lexington, KY.; grandfather of Richard D. Koehler III, and Timothy Koehler of San Rafael CA. A graduate of Penn State and University of Pittsburgh. He served as Principle of Munhall Vocational School, Instructor at the University of Pittsburgh, and Developer of the State Vocational System. Friends received at WOLFE MEMORIAL, INC. Forest Hills Chapel, 3604 Greensburg Pike, 412-731-5001, Monday 2-4 and 7-9 pm, and Tuesday 10 am until time of Service at 1 1 am. KORAIDO SCOTT M. On Friday, January 5, 2001, age 39, of McDonald. Husband of Beth S. Koraido; father of Thomas M. "Tiger" and Madeline M. "Princess" Koraido; son of Mary J. Koraido; brother of Mary Lynn Koraido and Amy S. Patterson; grandson of Helen "Mammy" Koraido. NO VISITATION. A memorial mass will be held at St. Alphonsus R.C. Church, McDonald on Saturday, January 13 at 11 :00 am. The family respectfully suggests memorial contributions to the Koraido Children's Trust Fund, Beth Koraido trustee, Reliable Bank, McDonald Branch, 311 Barr St., McDonald, PA 15057. Arrangements by the THOMAS M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, Blawnox. April. Dr. Kress opened his first office in McDonald, followed by another in Burgettstown, both in Washington County, where he remained for 20 years. His last office was in ML Lebanon, where he practiced for 25 years. He graduated from New Kensington High School in 1947, Bethany College in 1951 and the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1954. He also was a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. As serious as he was about optometry, he also knew how to have a good time and enjoy the company of others. He made the pages of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Seen column on more than one occasion. Dee Kress, an interior designer, gave large parties in which he loved to participate. Sometimes her design assignments took her to the Middle KRESS DR. HOWARD A. Of Mt. Lebanon, on Friday, January 5, 2001; beloved husband of Dee Kress; loving father of Leia R. Kress, and Alexandra R. Kress, both of New York City; son of the late Frank and Rose Kress of New Kensington. Howard will be greatly missed by his extended family and friends, and by his patients, who adored him for being the kind and caring eye doctor he was. Private Service and Entombment at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, followed by a celebration of his life on Monday, January 8, 2001, at the Pittsburgh Athletic Assoc., 4215 Fifth Ave. Oakland at 1 pm. Family suggests donations to Pittsburgh Vision Services, 300 S. Craig St., Pgh, PA. 15213. Arrangements by the BRUSCO-NAPIER FUNERAL HOME LTD. KUCZYNSKI JOSEPH Of Ohio Twp., suddenly on Friday, January 5, 2001; beloved husband of Frances McKibben; father of Stephen B., Shireen Lynn and Joseph W. Kuczynski; brother of Helen Staniewicz and the late Bernard S. and Frances Kuczynski; also four grandchildren. Friends received Monday 2-4 and 7-9 pm at H.P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1032 Perry Highway, Perrys-ville. Mass of Christian Burial St. Catherine of Sweden Church, Wild-wood, on Tuesday at 9:30 am. LAUKAITIS JOHN L. Of the South Side age 91 on Sunday, January 7, 2001 ; husband of the late Sarah (Morgan) Laukaitis; beloved father of John J. and Janet Laukaitis; brother of Valeria "Honey" Shields, Sylvia Korth, Elizabeth Romick and the late Anna Le Grand and Helen Engle; grandpap of William, John Paul, Michael and Joseph Laukaitis; also survived by many nieces and nephews. John was a life long member of the Teamsters Local 249 and past President of the Lithuanian Citizens Society. Friends received on Monday & Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at WENSLO-VAS MEMORIAL, INC., 79 South 19th Street, South Side, Pgh. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday (Time Later) at Prince of Peace ParishSt. Matthews Church. Interment will follow in St. Casmir Cemetery. LEARY RICHARD JAMES Peacefully on January 6, 2001, Richard James Leary, age 79, of Mt. Lebanon, formerly of Bethel Park. Dearly beloved husband of Rosemary E. (Dempsey) for 50 years; loving father of Richard J. Ill of Salisbury, MD, Maureen (Milan) Mam-ula of Mt. Lebanon, Patrick (late June) of Spring Mills, PA, Kate of Pgh, Mary (Roy) Burford of Bethel Park and Dr. Joseph (Beth) of Austin TX; adoring grandfather of Brendan and Barry Leary, Emily Mamula, Christy, Tricia and Ashley Burford and Paul, Matthew, Kelly and Michael Leary; he is also survived by brother, Dr. Herbert J. Leary of Cooperstown, NY; also numerous nieces and nephews. A native of Syracuse, NY, he was a metallurgist and mineral economist for US Steel and the US Bureau of Mines. He was a graduate of Syracuse University and Duquesne University School of Law and a member of numerous professional and honorary organizations, including: AIME, SME, Engineers Society of W. PA, TMS, Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity and the Notre Dame Club. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. 222 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon on Monday and Tuesday 2 - 4 and 7 9 East and Dr. Kress accompanied his wife. It took him completely away from his own work, but she found he loved the people they met. Coincidentally, one of his hobbies seemed to complement his profession. As a doctor, he dealt with eyesight but as a hobbyist he was consumed by photography, focusing a different sort of lens on the world. He owned close to 100 cameras, his daughter, Leja R. Kress of New York City. said. She said she and her twin sister became photographers as a result of his interest. He also enjoyed gardening and was fond of visiting New York City, where he and his wile maintained an Upper East Side apartment. He liked going to movies and the theater. While in New York, he also enjoyed dining out, frequenting Italian restaurants. "He was Jewish and I think he was convinced he was Italian. He just pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered in St. Thomas More Church on Wednesday at 11:30 am. If desired, in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to: Little Sister's of the Poor, 1028 Benton Ave., Pgh, PA 15212 or The St. Thomas More School Angel Fund, 126 Fort Couch Rd., Pgh, PA 15241. LUBET RAYMOND S. On Sunday, January 7, 2001. Beloved husband of the late Rea M. Lu-bet; father of Lloyd and Margie; brother of Bertha Rose and Fred Lu-bet; also two grandchildren. Notice of funeral service day and time later. Arrangements by RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, INC. MCDONOUGH JAMES V. On Sunday, January 7, 2001; son of the late Delia Bonner and Stephen McDonough and brother of John McDonough. Friends received at the O'CONNOR & SON FUNERAL HOME, INC., 5106 Second Ave., Hazel wood 41 2-521 -81 1 6 on Monday 7-9 PM Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM and Wednesday 8 AM before a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Stephen Parish at 9:00 AM McG RAW-FRANCES (MARTINELLI) Age 72, of Turtle Creek, on Jan. 6, 2001; wife of the late Kenneth McGraw; mother of James McGraw of Turtle Creek, and Janet McGraw of Wilkins Twp.; grandmother of Aaron Smeltz and Tony Troisi; great-grandmother of Kait-lyn Salvadore; sister of Rose Hummel and Mary Fallon; special friend of George Chester of Forest Hills. No Visitation. Service Private. Arrangements by JOBE FUNERAL HOME, Turtle Creek. MEYER THELMA M. Age 56, of Stowe Twp., suddenly, on Saturday, January 6, 2001; beloved daughter of Elmer and Thel-ma (Moose) Meyer; dear sister of Father Blase Meyer and Patricia Samarin; also survived by nieces and nephews and one grand-niece. Friends may call 2-4 & 7-9pm Mon. at MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1225 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks (Family owned & operated since 1886). Mass of Christian Burial 10am Tues. at St. John of God Parish in St. Mary's Church. Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery. MEYER WALTER Of the Arlington area, on Saturday, January 6, 2001, Walter Meyer, beloved husband of Florine A. Sie-bauer Meyer; father of Elizabeth Ann Flannery; grandfather of James and Michael Flannery and Amy Hochbaum; great-grandfather of Sarah and Emily. Friends received HOWARD A. FARN-SWORTH FUNERAL HOME, INC., 425 Brownsville Rd., Mt. Oliver. Funeral Thursday, 9:00 am. Liturgy, St. John Vianney Parish, St. Henry Church, 10:00 am. Visitation with family 2-4 and 7-9 pm Tues. & Wed. MILLER MARY A. (FOX) Peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2001, age 69, of Greenfield. Beloved wife of the late Oliver V. Miller; mother of William "Doc" Miller, Christine Obsincs, Janet Hahalyak, Holly Schwarzmeier and the late Mark D. Miller; dear sister of Lois Brozovich and Ruth A. Ladley; also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends will be received Monday and Tuesday 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 pm in the EDWARD P. KANAI FUNERAL HOME, 500 Greenfield Ave., where funeral service will be held on Wednesday, 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers the family suggest donations to Sivitz Jewish Hospice, 200 JahDr., Pgh. PA 15217. MILLER RAYMOND "JACK" J. JR. Of Ross Twp. on Saturday, January 6, 2001; husband of the late Lois Stander Miller and the late Rita Nist Graham Miller; father of Nancy Folks of Shaler, Barbara Cooper of Shaler, Janet Freismuth of Ross loved anything Italian," Leja Kress said, noting that her father wore fhe medal of St. Lucy, patron saint of eyes, on a chain around his neck. She also was impressetf with her father's encyclopedic knowledge although he never made others feel inferior about what he knew and they didn't. - ; j Besides his wife and daughter, Dr. Kress is survived by another daughter. Alexandra It. Kress, also of New York City. A private service and entombment will be held today at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Peters, followed by a Celebration of his life at 1 p.m. 'at (he Pittsburgh Athletic Association; 4215 Fifth Ave., Oakland. Arrangements are by Brusco-Napier Funeral Home. Donations may be made to, Pittsburgh Vision Services, 300 Craig St., Pittsburgh 15213. '.''.' and Jack Miller of Ross; brother Dorothea Osborn and the late Robert R. Miller; also survived by 10 grandchildren. Friends received i Monday & Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at ; the T.B. DEVLIN FUNERAL i HOME, 806 Perry Highway, North i Hills. Massof Christian Burial inSt. Teresa Church, Wednesday 10 AM. MINSKEY ":: HELENA R. " '' Age 100, of Oakmont, formerly of Bloomfield, on Saturday, January iS ' 2001. Beloved wife of Frank S.Mins-kev and the late Clyde Newton; aunt of Anno C. Ohrman of Pgh, Geraldi-ne Bricker of E. Liverpool, OH and Eleanor Barkovich of Redford, Ml; also survived by several great-nieces and great-nephews. Member 'of Allegheny Center Christian-& Missionary Alliance ChurcIV Funeral Arrangements by BEINHAUERS, Friends welcome at BEINHAUER-LUTZ, 4635 Butler St. Lawrenceville, (412) 682-2420 Tuesday 12 noon until time of service at 2 pm. Interment private. Woodruff Family Services, LLP. MOORE CLAUDIA M. Age 82, of Pittsburgh, on Wednesday, January 3, 2001. Beloved wife of the late Wesley Moore; ;Sr.'rlav-ing and devoted mother" o'f.Dph.ef Common, Alan Moore and his wife Marleen and the late Wesley Moore, Jr.; grandmother of Andrea Moore, . Antoinette Moore of Pgh, Michele Moore of New York, Christine and John Byars of Pgh, Joann Bvars of Washington, DC, Marvin-, William, Anthony and Michelle Common of Pgh; seven great-grandchildren; also survived by six sisters, 'ESthtr Summers, Alma Bruce, Phyllis BbS stick of Pgh, Rachel Stevens and Joann Berger of Greensburg, Dolores Johnson; and one brother Donald Hainesworth also of Greensburg; also survived by many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. . Friends received at SAMUEL J. JONES FUNERAL HOME, INC. 2644 Wylie Ave., Hill District ManJ -9 pm. Service Tuesday at 11:00 om in the Triumph Church of God and Christ, 7027 Apple St., E. Liberty .Interment, Allegheny Cemetery.' - ; NEFF EDWIN F. Of White Oak, age 83 on Sondav January 7, 2001. He was a retired employee of USX E.T. plant with 40 vears of service; husbandyf Valeria ; Mag" Neff; father of Edwin T. of ; Plum, John H. "Jack" of -Monro- eville, Joyce Becker of Ohio, Mari- anne Keslar of North Versailles, S Jamie Knoresborough of .North Huntingdon ana Anita conneily ot North Braddock; also survived by 14 grandchildren, 4 great grand.chj.l-dren, nieces and nephews.-Funeral Thursday (details later). Memorial donations may be made to St. Angela Merici Church, White Oak, PA 15131. OWENS HARRIETT A. On Saturday, January 6, 2001, Harriett A., formerly of McKees Rocks; daughter of the late James A. and Agnes M.Owens. Friends re-, ceived in the STOVER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 534 Island Avenue.-Mo Kees Rocks, on Monday 2-5pm only, where funeral service will be Tues. 11am. : ; . PETRAGLIA MARY (PETROPULOS) " ' On Friday, January 5,'200T; beloved wife of the late Dr.' Loura'A. Petraglia; mother of Mary Lou Reynolds, Elsie Petraglia and Kathryn Petraglia; grandmother of Alexandra Krelis; sister of George Petrop-ulos, Dorothy Mattesi and the late Peter Petropulos. Funeral from the MCCABE BROS., INC., FUNERAL HOME, 6214'Walnut St., Shadyside, Toes. 9am. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Raphael Church at 10am. Visitations with family Sun. & Mon. 2-4 & 7-9pm. . Cont. on Page B-6 V V (

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