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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE D MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1997 B-5 THE REGION Monroeville couple takes stroll down fragrant aisle ' By Linda Wilson Fuoco ' Post-Gazette Staff Writer '' The bride wore a veil and a traditional floor-length white gown and Carried a floral bouquet. The rest f the wedding departed from tradition. 1 The groomsmen marched down the aisle wearing black tuxedos and carrying bottles of cologne. The bridesmaids also carried bottles of fragrance, nestled next to their bouquets. : - The aisle was in the middle of the cosmetics and fragrance department of the Lazarus department store at Monroeville Mall. Sally Ann McElligott, 25, and Stavros Kopsahilis, 24, exchanged marriage vows and wedding rings yesterday at 1 p.m. They stood on a small platform that had been erected toward the front of the cosmetics department. A trellis of red and white artificial flowers arched over their heads. i The store music was turned off so that a soloist could play soft mu-' sic on a large harp, and Monroeville Mayor Thomas R. Schuerger officiated. t Sally Ann is a fragrance model and a fragrance coordinator, ex- Elained Rosemary Dorisio, Lazarus usiness manager of fragrance. "I was doing a bridal show and I wanted Sally Ann to model." ' The bride herself takes up the narrative. "I agreed to model bridal gowns in the show. Then Rosemary said, , 'Why don't you just get married in the store?' It started as a joke but I thought it was a wonderful idea. "I had worked for Lazarus for a More automotive listings. Call Classified at 263-1201 9 9 ! '. 'Cont. from Page B-4 n - ENGLERT I ADAM J. . Of Bethel Park, age 62, on Sat. .April 19, 1997; beloved husband of Geraldine Kurimsky; father of Audrey A. and Stephen W. Englert; brother Gerald Englert, Irene De-Mare, Louis Englert and the late Bernadette Kurtz; many nieces and Jiephews. Friends received Mon. .and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at the PAUL L. HENNEY MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 5570 Library Rd. Rt. 88, (BETHEL PARK. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wed. at J0 A.M. in St. Joan of Arc Church. FUSIA 9 RICHARD J. I I Of Ligonier, on Thursday, April J7, 1997, age 88; beloved husband of the late Josephine L. (Nuzzo) Fu-(sia; beloved father of Elaine Fusia jFlanagan of FL, Richard J. Jr. of wissvale; grandfather of Kristen .Morris of. FL; brother of the late Joseph Fusca, Donald Fusia, Elizabeth Fusia Ortale, Jack Fusia, Victor Fusia, Kathryn Catino and Frank Fusca; also nieces and nephews. Friends received Sunday 7-9 p.m., Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the THOMAS L. NIED FUNERAL HOME, 7441 Washington St., ;Swissvale. Mass of Christian Burial 'on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Madonna tel Castello Church. Interment in .Braddock Catholic Cemetery. GABEL C ANNA M. On Sun. April 20, 1997; beloved wife of the late Carl; mother of Carl -D. Gabel. Survived by ten grand-children and several great-grandchildren. Friends received Mon. -tand Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at the SOXMAN FUNERAL HOME ROTH CHAPEL, 7450 Saltsburg Rd. Services Grace Lutheran Church, Universal Rd. Wed. 10 A.M. GEORGES JAMES A. . )r On Sat., April 19, 1997 of Bethel ,Park, age 71; husband of Nancy l.Georges; father of Sandy Georges i,of Bethel Park & James A., Jr., of -South Park; grandfather of Jamie .,& Jill; also survived by brothers & hsisters. Friends will be received at ..JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL iHOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Sunday 6-9, Monday, 1-4 '& 6-9 p.m. Funeral prayer on Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St . Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin Church at 10 a.m. GOOB ; SUSAN (KOMEC) Age 82, of South SideArlington area, on Sat., April 19, 1997; wife of the late William N. Goob; beloved mother of Margaret Spochacz, William M. & John J. Goob; sister of' Dorothy, Betty, Mary, Peggy, Julia, I " : year or two. Now I work for Alfred Sung Fragrances, and I travel to different stores, including this one." The cosmetics department wedding got the green light from every level of Lazarus management, and the rest is history. "This is our very first wedding," beamed Alex Sanders, Lazarus regional special events manager. "This is fun. It's a nice way to kick off spring." The reception was also held in the store, with a multi-tiered traditional white wedding cake, hors d'oeuvres and a fountain spewing non-alcoholic champagne. "We invited 2,000 people, but we are expecting several hundred to attend. Of course, this is a public event. Everyone who comes into the store is welcome to attend the wedding and the reception," Sanders said. Guests were invited to sample the fragrances surrounding the wedding, Sanders added. It was easy to tell the invited guests from the drop-ins. The men in tuxedos and suits and the women in the beautiful long gowns with the really good makeup were the friends, relatives and coworkers. The people in sneakers, jeans and T-shirts were the customers. The novelty of bumping into a wedding in the middle of an afternoon shopping trip brought smiles to the faces of shoppers except for one woman, burdened with two heavy shopping bags, who elbowed her way through the crowd right in the middle of the ceremony. Though she was within three feet of the bride at one point, she seemed to take no notice. An on-duty employee at one of the fragrance counters beamed at the bride, but told a bystander, "I once wore a mouse costume for a fragrance promotion, but I wouldn't go that far," she said, referring to the cologne bottles carried by the wedding party. The mall wedding also was a first for Mayor Schuerger. "No, I don't know the family of the bride or groom, but there is a Monroeville connection here, isn't there?" he suggested. "I am asked to do weddings maybe four or five times a year. It's one of the more pleasant jobs that a mayor can perform." The new Mr. and Mrs. Kopsahilis are residing in Monroeville. She will continue her work with Alfred Sung. He's a self-employed contractor. They are the parents of an 11-month-old daughter, Anjelica. . Ann, Michael; & Joseph; also survived by eight grandchildren & two great-grandchildren. Friends received at the HOWARD A FARN-SWORTH FUNERAL HOME, INC, 425 Brownsville Rd., Mt. Oliver. Funeral Tuesdjay, 11:00 a.m. Liturgy St John Vianney Parish, St Henry Church, 12:00 (noon). Visitation with family 2-4 & 7-9 p.m., Sunday & Monday. Interment St Joseph Cemetery, Carrick. GROOM LARRY J. On Weds. April 16, 1997, Larry J. Groom of Oklahoma City, OK; father of Natilie Gordon and Deana Keeter of Oklahoma City and the late Larry Groom Jr.; son of Anna (Alimena) Groom of Oklahoma City; brother of Charles C. Groom and Paul S. SarVer; also survived by one grandchild. Friends received Mon. 2-4 & 7-9 p:m. at the SIMONS FUNERAL HOME INC- 7720 PERRY HWY, where Services will be held on Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. HADDON , CATHERINE (YOST) ..Age 76, of McKees Rocks, on Sunday, April 20, 1997; wife of the late Thomas Haddon; dear sister of Paul Cline, Mary Lew Murray, James Cline, Patricia Toal, Margaret Whigham, Carol Ebaugh and the late Harry Gline; also survived by nieces and 'nephews. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1225 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks. Time and place of service to be announced later. HOLTZ EDWARD T. Of Aspinwall, on Sat., April 19, 1997; brother of Bertha Bougher, Alice McCarthy & Margaret Santo; also survived by nieces & nephews. Friends received Monday, 2-4 8. 7-9 P.tTUin WEDDELL-AJAK FUNERAL HOME, 100 Center Ave., Aspinwall.. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Funeral Mass ,10:00 a.m. in St Scholasticq Church, Aspinwall. HUNGERMAN f SR. M. FABIAN, O.S.B. On Friday, April 18, 1997, age 82, of the? Benedictine Sisters of Pgh; daughter of the late George & May Han-nan Hungerman; sister of Brother George Hungerman, M.D., sons of Mary of Farmingham, MA & John Hungerman of Sarasota, FL; also nieces & nephews. Visitation Sunday from 2-4 8. 6-8 p.m. & Monday, from 2-4 p.m. at St Benedicts Monastery. Wake service Sunday, 7:00 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial, Monday 7:00 p.m. in the Marian Hall Chapel of St Benedict Monastery, 4530 Perrysville Aye. Family suggests memorials to St Benedict Monastery, Pgh., PA. Ar Praying parents' trial starts today HEAL FROM PAGE B-1 The Nixons will need that kind of protection against a prosecution that plans to portray them as par-, ents who foisted their beliefs on a daughter who could easily have been saved. Local diabetes specialist Dr. Michael Humphrey estimates that, even comatose, only 2 percent to 3 percent of patients like Shannon Nixon can't be rescued by medicine. ' But arguments like that thrown up in fiery pretrial courtroom confrontations between Pas-sarello and District Attorney William Haberstroh have only drawn Faith Tabernacle's smallish congregation into an even tighter circle. "I imagine we just believe even more deeply," said Esther Wom-bacher of Altoona, a Faith Tabernacle member and great-aunt to a 4-month-old Altoona girl who died six years ago after untreated flu ravaged her body. "The Bible says we will be persecuted." Faith Tabernacle is a century-old denomination born of Pentecostal fervor when, according to a church-approved history, Austrian irnmi-, grant Alexander Dowrie saw a child ' Healed by prayer. Today, the denomination is a Philadelphia-based network of nine Dealing with adversity to be ex - By Bob Dvorchak Post-Gazette Staff Writer When Gerald Coffee speaks on "Overcoming Adversity" to the Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program on Thursday, he will draw on his own experience in a North Vietnamese prison camp. Coffee, a retired Navy captain, was a prisoner of war for seven years after his reconnaissance 1 plane was shot down. Now he gives about 60 inspirational speeches a year to veterans groups, corporate boards and family groups. , "What I try to do is use my experience as a vehicle. The last thing I want to think is that I'm a professional POW,". Coffee said.. OBITUARIES rangements by: OGRODNIK-HAHN FUNERAL HOME, INC. IGNACZ REGINA On Sun. April 20, 1997, Regina Ignacz, wife of Frank Ignacz, of Ross Twp; sister-in-law of Jane Carbonell; aunt of Andrew and Nichole. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Tues. at the H. P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME INC., 1032 Perry Hwy., Perrysville, where Blessing Service will be held Wed. at 10 A.M. KESSLER HARRIETTE RUTH (COHEN) On Sunday, April 20, 1997; daughter of Minnie Siegal Cohen of Riverview Towers and the late Jacob Cohen; mother of Jack J. Kessler of Pgh., Stephanie Baker of NJ and the late Lawrence S. Kessler? sister of the late Marvin and Alan Cohen; grandmother of Lee, Jamie, Hannah and Erica. Services at the RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, INC., 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside, on Monday at 2 p.m. Visitation one hour prior (1-2 p.m.). Interment Beth Shalom Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Riverview Towers, 52 Garetta St., Pittsburgh, PA 15217. KINZ JOSEPH E. Age 78, of Greenfield, on Sunday, April 20, 1997; beloved husband of the. late Jean (Helbley) Kinz; brother of Claire K. Brown; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received in the EDWARD P. KANAI FUNERAL HOME, 500 Greenfield Ave. Funeral Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. with Funeral Mass in St. Rosalia Church at 10 a.m. Visitation with the family on MONDAY ONLY 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. KLEIN AUDREY J. On Sat., April 19, 1997; beloved wife of John D.; mother of Garry J., Edward D. & John R. Klein; sister of Mrs. Norma Dupuis; also survived by nine grandchilldren & two great grandchildren. Friends received MONDAY only, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. SOXMAN FUNERAL HOME ROTH CHAPEL, 7450 Saltsburg Rd. Mass of Christian Burial St John The Baptist Church, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. KOPCZYNSKI ALFONS On Friday, April 18, 1997; husband of the late Josephine Kopicko; father of Richard Kopczynski; father-in-law of Gerry Kopczynski; grandfather of Judy Cygnarowicz, Sandy Durso and Kevin Kopczynski; also six great-grandchildren; brother of Sally Hroncich, Sophie Cavasina, Wanda Bugay, Eileen Kakol, the late Jennie Harenski, Charles, Henry, Pearl Bonk and Eleanor Olszewski. Friends received at the WALTER J. churches stretching from New Jersey to the Johnstown area, its leaders are publicly silent about anything from membership census to doctrine. "Most of these Pentecostal churches evolved to where there is no objection today to medical care," said Rita Swan, president of Sioux City, Iowa-based Children's Healthcare Is a Legal Duty, a group opposed to using religious grounds to deny children medical care." "Others believe the crucifixion of Christ redeemed man from sickness and sin, that sickness has no power over you ... and that when a child dies, it's the will of God." To outsiders, Altoona's Faith Tabernacle Congregation is a closed loop, a cocoon that shuns publicity and for 23 years has schooled its own children. There are .currently 37 students, in grades one through 12. The pastor is Dennis Nixon's father, Charles Nixon, a man who keeps faith with his Faith Tabernacle counterparts by refusing all questions. The quiet extends to Dennis and Lorie Nixon, emotionless in their courtroom appearances, although Passarello insists they're "nervous, a little scared" at the prospect of trial and "devastated by the loss of their daughter." v "We're all prisoners at one time or another. We all get shot down. I've been shot down many times since." Coffee, a California native who lives in Hawaii, said the key to his survival were the elements of faith in himself, in others, in his country and in God. In his speeches, he also contends that although the battle for Vietnam was lost, America won the Cold War against communism at least in part because of the stand it took in Southeast Asia. , "When I talk to veterans, I tell them the shiny black wall of the Vietnam War Memorial had to go up to make the Berlin Wall come down that their service did count for ,, something " Coffee said. . ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 3201 Dobson St., Polish Hill, Sunday Noon-4 and 7-9 p.m., Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Tuesday at 12 noon. KUSS MARY ROSE Age 68, of Brentwood, formerly of Allentown, passed away on Thursday, April 17, 1997, at her residence. Narv was born on December 25, 1928 in Brookyln, NY, she was the beloved wife of the late retired Pittsburgh Firefighter and Postal Carrier, Norman E. Kuss; she was the loving mother of Diane M. Assenat, Frank E. Kuss, Norman R. Kuss, Marcia K. Hoel and Edward J. Kuss; mother-in-law of George Assenat, Loretta Kuss, Jan-Erik Hoel and Reidun. Kuss, Mary is also survived by her mother, Helen Limbach; sister, Carol Casale; brotherWilliam Zuzalski and 10 grandchildren. Her beloved sister, Florence Olsen, was recently deceased. Friends and family will be received on Sunday and Monday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM at CIESLAK & TATKO FUNERAL HOME, INC, 2935 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Sylvester Church on Tues., 10 AM. LUZELL ROBERT M. On Sat., April 19, 1997, age 60, of Sheraden; husband of the late Barbara Jane Forsyth Luzell; father of Jeff Luzell; brother of David Luzell; many lifetime friends who will miss him dearly. Friends received attheWM. F. CONROY FUNERAL HOME, 2944 Chartiers Ave, Sheraden, Monday 2-9 p.m., where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.- MACHETA . BESSIE . On Sat., April 19, 1997, Bessie; wife of the late- Michael Macheta; mother of Michael J. & Ann M. Ballantine; sister of Anne Dragov-ich, Theodore Jochim, Sophie Albi-nger & Jenny Zivkovich; also seven grandchildren 8- four great-grandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, INC, Butler at 52nd St, Lawrenceville. Mass of Christian Burial St Matthew Parish, St Kie-ran Worship Site, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. Visitation Sunday & Monday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. MALEK DAVID JOHN On Sun. April 20, 1997, David John of Stowe Twp.; beloved companion of Antonette Cypher; father of Dana and David Malek; brother of Walter, Gilbert and Bob Malek, Shirley Angelo and Lois Walsh; beloved by Jerry, Barbara, Theresa, Cindy, Tom and JaneLCypher; grandfather of Justin, Jason, Som-mer and Natasha Malek; loving pap Silence, though, does not deflect publicity each time Faith Tabernacle members wind up in court. In 1983, northern Cambria County residents William and Linda Barnhart were placed on probation after conviction for involuntary manslaughter and endangering the welfare of 2-year-old son Justin. An abdominal growth that experts said was easily treatable had swelled to the size of a soccer ball. The Barnharts appealed the conviction until the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review it in 1988. Dennis and Lorie Nixon were sentenced to 125 hours of volunteer service after pleading no contest to involuntary manslaughter and endangering the welfare of 8-year-old son Clayton In 1991. An untreated ear infection spread through the child's body, killing him after dehydration dropped his weight from 49 to 32 pounds. ' Altoona residents John and Kathy Friedenberger each spent 10 months in Blair County Prison after their 4-month-old daughter died in April 1991 of complications from influenza that was treated only through home remedies and anointing by the Rev. Charles Nixon. In 1991, a Philadelphia judge ordered measles vaccinations for children of Faith Tabernacle members after five died of measles. Gorman says he doesn't know if the string of cases has tempered Faith Tabernacle members' resis-, tance to medicine. "It's frustrating ... but if you don't do it, would more children have died?" he said. "I don't know." Tom Gibb is an Altoona freelance writer. POYV's topic Coffee, 62, was awarded the Silver Star, the Distinguished Flying Cross, two Purple Hearts, two Bronze Stars and the Vietnam Service Medal with 13 stars during his 28-year Navy career. The author of a book titled "Beyond Survival," he also has a master's degree in political science from the University of California at Berkeley. His speech will be held at a 6:30 p.m. dinner at the Doubletree Hotel on Thursday. The cost is $70 per individual. Proceeds will be used to provide employment assistance and support for jobless or homeless veterans ' and family members: ;'.Ofc-'- 1 iv.-r. to Brendan, Jordan, Jerad and Olivia Cypher. Friends received at the ANTHONY MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 7th St., McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass in St. Malachy Church on Wed. Time Later. Visitations Mon. 7-9 and Tues. 12-9 P.M. McNAMARA MALVINA A. Of Mt. Lebanon, formerly of Oakland, on Sat., April 19, 1997; wife of the late James J. McNamara; mother of Jim, Mary Barbara Her-sh, Bob, Suzanne Tamilia Swartz & the late Ed J. 8, Patty Binek; sister of Josephine Palashoff, Jesse Izai, Dowis Greer, Frank Schultz, Janet Hartman & David Schultz; also survived by 20 grandchildren & 20 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN FUNERAL HOME,, LTD, 222 Washington Rd, Mt Lebanon, on Monday, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered in St Bernard Church on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. MEYERS ROWENA L. Of Murrysville, age 54, on Friday, April 18, 1997; beloved wife of Harry C; mother of Deanna L.; daughter of Ruth M. Brown; sister of Jane Dobbs, Diana Rice, Suzanne Brady,.John F. Brown, Gerald W. Brown 8c the late Ruth V. Brown & Johnette Naugle. Friends received at: GENE H. CORL, INC. FUNERAL CENTER OF MONROEVILLE, 4335 Northern Pike (1 block east of Mosside Blvd-Rt 48). Visitation Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Services in Corl chapel, Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. Living memorial Corl Family Directors, 372-2100. MILLER ' MARY (DUMONT) - Of Ross Twp. on Sat. April 19, 1997; wife of the late James H. Miller; mother of Melanie A. Berneburg; grandmother of Scott Berneburg; mother-in-law of Howard Berneburg; sister of Betty Dumont, Edward and Robert Albert. Friends received Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 at the H. P. BRANDT FUNER AL HOME INC., 1032 Perry Hwy., Perrysville. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Theresa of Avila Church, Tues. at 10 A.M. Internment Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Peters Twp. MONTESANO ANTOINETTE T. Quietly on Friday, April 18, 1997, age 73, of Oakland; beloved wife of the late Frank Montesano; mother of Jean Caler, John Montesano & Joyce Cetra; sister of the late Joseph, Frank & Samuel Parrotto; survived by 11 grandchildren. Friends received Monday & Tuesday, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial on Wed., in St PAl Cathedral Church at 10 a.m. ' Fire damages 7 rovlioufcSl FIRE FROM PAGE B-1 rowhouses. J. ' 7 One resident who had recently been having chest pains was taken to the hospital for observation, EMS, supervisor Ron Curry said. Officer Glen Cummins, the firsf officer on the scene, was going door to door advising residents to leave, He was treated for smoke InhalaV tion at Allegheny General llospilal, police said. r, The blaze, which yas Reported, just before 9 p.m., apparently, started on the first floor oM82'Q,Hatield; St., worked its way up the interior Jf the home, then spread ihraugh the third floor and roofs of ihe- six,brtck, rowhouses, Pittsburgh Deputy Fire Chief Bob Conley said 1 1 ,. He said he did not have a damage, estimate but that 4820 was guttedj and the other connecting homes heavily damaged. "None have roofs, and third floors are all gone," Conley said. A seventh home at 4814 Hatfield that was not connected by the roof sustained smoke and water damage. "When the first companies got here, the fire had taken hold of 4820. It spread across the third floors and took the roofs off of all sue units," Conley said. In 4820, where the fire started, fie said, the staircase burned qu'tmak1 ing it difficult for firefJm Wgel up into the building 0 $eoto$w blaze. ... 6 lesppue o 1 The cause of the firwodsi nder investigation. 1 ' -Knueu .jiy, . Those left homeless ftrt'&dftg helped by the American" RedCfoss. YMCA facility Groundbreaking for a 10,000-square-foot YMCA building to serve the Kiski Valley will be held next month in Allegheny Township. , Virginia Fox, executive director of the Kiski Valley YMCA, said a three-year campaign to raise $700,000 for the facility paid off. "The goal was $700,000 and we have been successful in raising that," she said, although final costs are expected to be higher. The new Y wilt be along the Route 56 bypass next to a newly opened Apollo Trust Co.c branch office. Groundbreaking'-Witt'be at ' noon May 9. ; ' Hhoiomck- -, it (J) .neDsiant MONTGOMERY? r P. JEAN (PAINTER) v.- . , 69, on Sat. April 19, 1997, Jean Montgomery, of N. Huntingdon) formerly of Pitcairn; wife of David R. Montgomery; mother of David S. Montgomery of Chicago, ILy Robert A. Montgomery of Birmingham, AL, Cynthia K. Montgomery of Harrisburg, PA and John W. Montgomery of Dallas, TX; sister of Lois McCarl of Pitcairn, Shirley Byer of Harrisburg, PA and Roberit C. Painter of Knoxville, TN; also three grandchildren. Friends received Mon. and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at the WM. O. PEARCE FUNERAL HOME, 318 Wall Ave, Pitcairn where Services will be held on Wed. at 11 A.M. m- .c-,-itf. , iuT no:?ci2l; OIJIIUT .'xif, MULHOLLAND' , JAMES R. (RICH) Suddenly, on Friday, April 18, 1997; husband of Mary Helen Bogacki Mulholland; father of Heather L. Mulholland and Kelli Hyde; grandfather of Breanno Hyde; brother of June Witm'er, Betty Bernardini, Ralph and Robert Mulholland, and the late Alice Godleski and Thomas Mulhollqnd. Visitation Sunday and Monday Z-4 and 7-9 p.m. at BORON FUNERAL HOME INC., 1719 Brownsville Road. Relatives and friends invited to attend his funeral on Tuesday, "dt 9:30 a.m. Liturgy "in St. "Basil Church at 10 a.m. : -'f vA mi'tic' , n p OA- '-, MUNN ,,o,o CALVIN D. JR n .... On April 20, 1997, of West Home stead. He was a retired plumber for Proud Foot Plumbing Co. and;a Veteran of W.W. II in the Navy'; husband of Lois Geisel; father 'Of Calvin D. Munn III of Munhall and Linda Munn of IL; brother of Lillian Schobel of New Mexico, George Munn of Eseyville, PA,, Nolo Wood of New Mexico and the, late Robert Munn; father-in-law , of ,. Carole Munn; grandfather, of Calvid D. Munn IV. Friends received Mon-'2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at the GEORGE IRV- IN GREEN FUNERAL HOME INC., A Golden Rule Member, 3511 Main St. (Homestead Park), Munhall where Services will be held on Tues. Notice of Time Later. " . ont. on Page B-6

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