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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1997 A-11 TIIE REGION Alcosaii loses QK expand N. Side plant ' ; ' ByJohnM.R. Bull ,M , j ; . Post-Gazellg Staff Writer '' City Council yesterday rescinded last week's anm-ov- al of expanding the Alcosah sewage "I'm happy that it was defeated." Dan Onorato, who voted Vesterday against the measure. ' ' r. . -,i He said he believed the "excessive" plant was added on to a much-desired plan calling for odor control. .; Mavor Murohv had said he nlannerf in vptn tact week's council decision. ,(i r v y But there is a serious Question actions of Murphy and council mean anything. Alcosan officials say they have permission from the state Department of Environmental Protection to proceed wim me piani expansion n Ju v. approval. . ' ' u : VJ, : ' Alcosan plans to sell $180 million May to pay for the plant expansion Last Week, council approved a" County Sanitary Authonty plan that 1 . : M III i Cont. from Paqe A-10 Jin. ; . CLARK ' ELMO K. (MILLER) U Age 8?, a resident of Woodland Retirement Center, Orbtsonia, for merly of Swissvalei on Actril 20, 1997; wife of ;the belated Thurman D. Clark; survived bv one daughter Mrs. Allen (Marlene) Hawk of Pgh.; four grandchildren, 12 great7 grandchildren and two sisters. Was a former memper or me swissvaie United Methodist Church. Service AM Wed., from the BROWN FUNERAL HOME, HUSTON- TOWN, PA, Visitation Tues 2-9 PM and Wed. 9-11AM. Interment Center Cemetery, Hustontown. ; CONNOLLY M MARGARET FIDELIS' ' On Friday, April 18, 1997,Aarg-aret Fidelis Connolly; beloved sister of Sarah C. Connolly & Helen M. Connolly; daughter of the late William J, & Mary Costello Connolly. Friends will be received'.'.at the JOHN A FREYVOGEL SONS, INC, 4900 Center Avenue at Devonshire St, Monday 2-9 p.m. FuneralTues-' day, Mass of Christian Burial St Paul Cathedral, 10:00 a.m. CROW ' 2- "' , RYAN WILLIAM , '. Age 14, of Hookstown ,reen Twp.), died quietly Saturday evening, April 19, 1997, with his.family around him at his home. Born November 12, 1982, in Miami, FL, He was the beloved son' of editorial artist for the Pittsburgh PosUSa-zette and former editorial artist for the Birmingham Post-Herald, James T. (Ted) Crow," and former editorial assistant for the Birmingham Post-Herald, Lisa Hearn Crow. ' An eighth grade student at the South . Side Middle School, Ryan was athletically and academically gifted. He was a former student at Washington Elementary School of 'Penn Hills.. Ryan was on the fourth'dhd fifth grade basketball teams"' at: McKee Elementary in Oakdale,qlso playing the clarinet during those years. He was a member of the South Side Sixth Grade Bantam League basketball team; dlso the seventh grade basketball, tepm., Rvan was a member of the Beaver: County Allstar basketball team during his seventh grade year also. He was an assistant coach for South Side's eighth grade basketball team during the f96-'97 season ; a mehlber ' of the South Side Little: Rams Midgets League football team in the' fall of '95, and assistantcoach'for the same team' in the fall of '96.) Ryan was gifted academically since' the first grade. He was one ol! the few seventh grade students Chosen nationwide to take the SAT test in' January Of 1996. Ryan was predeceased by his maternal grandfather Mr. C. Richard Hearn on April 2 1997. Surviving in addition to his parents are his brother, Timothy L. Crow at home; his paternal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crow of Lancaster, KY; his maternal grandmother Mrs. Sue Raper Hearn of Gulf Shores, AL; and his maternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Raper of Birmingham, AL; also surviving are numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and his many friends and classmates.' Friends will be received Tuesday only 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in the MOODY. FUNERAL HOME, Route 30, Clinr' ton. Committal services will be private at the; Milk Creek Hill Cemetery, Georgetown. . A public memorial service wil I be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Ryan W. Crow Memorial Fund, co Frank Nelson, 1336 State Route 168, Georgetown, PA 15043.--. ': rv'iir: .) ro'Tj treatment plant said C.mmriman expansion nf the. as to whethpr the even wkhmit rtv . in bonds bv mid- work. 20 - vear Alleehenv would have allowed DAMIANO DONALD M. Of Homestead, April 21, 1997, age 48, beloved husband of Debbie (Grant) and father of Dawn Michelle "Shelly" Damiano of Homestead and Denise Lynn Damiano of Fla.; also one granddaughter Maranda. Friends received at SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME INC. 3501 Main St., Munhall, Weds. & Thurs. 2-5 & 7-9 with funeral service Friday, 11 a.m. . DelSIGNORE DORA On Sunday, April 20, 1997, Dora of Stowe Twp., beloved wife of the late Venanzio; mother of Mary Pritchard & the the late Silde Del-Signore; also five grandchildren & five great-grandchildren. Friends received at ANTHONY M. MUSM-ANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 7th St., McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass in St. Malachy Church on Wednesday at 1:30 pm. Visitation Tuesday .12-4 & 7-9 pm. DeMUZZIO CHARLES C. Of Dania, Fla. April 7, 1997, former resident of Forest Hills and Turtle Creek, former Fire Chief and Police Officer of Forest Hills. Member of the American Legion of Dania, Fla.; life member of the Syria Shrine of Pgh and a Mason; husband of the late Evelyn Bianchi; father of Richard DeMuzzio of Muse, Fla., Edward DeMuzzio of New London, CT and Janice Boots of Baldwinsville, NY; brother of Jim DeMuzzio and Minnie Shapiro; both of Turtle Creek, Eva Dopko of Valdosta, GA; also 7 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren. Service were held at the AKIN DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, in LaBelle, Fla. Notice by JOBE FUNERAL HOME, INC. DeNARDO ROSE (MOLETZ) .' On April 20, 1997, Rose (Moletz) DeNardo, of Kennedy Twp.; wife of the late Carmen; mother of Kenneth of Moon Twp. and Carol DiNello of Raccoon Twp.; sister of Susan Krieg of Glenshaw and Margaret Moletz of Etna; also four grandchildren. Friends received .ANTHONY J. SANVITO INC. FUNERAL HOME, 1650 Broadway, Stowe Twp. until Wed. at 9:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Malachys Church at 10 A.M. Visitation Mon. & Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. DERK LEO P. On Saturday, April 19, 1997, Leo P. Derk, age 78, of Ross Twp.; beloved husband of Elizabeth "Betty" Derk; beloved father of Leo J. Derk of West View, Ruth Ann Crawford (and her husband Daniel D.) of Kittanning, Mark E. Derk (and his wife Cynthia) of Avalon, and David G. Derk (and his wife Ragini) of CA; brother of Theresa Fuchs and Marie Yeager and the late Frank Derk, Hermina Straka and George Derk; grandfather of Taylor Derk. Friends received Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the LAWRENCE T. MILLER FUNERAL HOME INC., 460 Lincoln Ave., Bellevue. Mass of Christian Burial in the Church of the Assumption on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Memorials may be made to.Allegheny General Hospital in memory of Leo P. Derk, 320 East North Ave., Pgh., PA 15212, Fund Development for education of coronary care unit nursing or pulmonary research. V DiLISCIA EUTIMIO M. TIM" Of North Versailles, on Sunday, April 20, 1997; husband of Lucy La'lli DiLiscia; father of Delma Sassano of Monroeville, Anthony DiLiscia of North Versailles and the late Silvio DiLiscia; eight grandsons and seven great-grandchildren; brother of Giovanni DiLiscia in Italy; also nieces and nephews. Visitation Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 P.m. at the E. A. FORGIE FUNERAL HOME, 1032 Broadway, East McKeesport. Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Robert Bellarmine Church. the plant to be expanded, sewage rates to be increased up to 55 percent in January 1998 and work on an odor control project to begin in July. Council approved the measure by a 6-3 vote. In threatening to veto council's action, Murphy said the sewage-rate increase was excessive and that state and federal funds should be sought before anything was approved. Murphy is up for re-election in May. Vesterday, only three council members voted in favor of the Alcosan plan. They were Alan Hertzberg, Sala Udin and Joe Cusick. Cusick said the plan "is the right thing to do." Four others Councilmen Gene Ricciardi, Bob O'Connor, Dan Cohen and Onorato voted against it. Ricciardi had voted last week in favor of the measure. Two others, Council President Jim Ferlo and Coun-cilwoman Valerie McDonald, abstained. Last week, both voted in favor of the measure. The approval of the plan was rescinded through a little-known clause in council rules that allows a final vote to be reconsidered if the approved bill hasn't been forwarded to the mayor for his signature or veto. The maneuver, though, left some members scratching their heads. "I don't know what the heck is going on here," McDonald said. "I am not going to try to figure out the games going on here," said Hertzberg, who stuck with his vote to approve the plan. Murphy congratulated City Council for shooting down the plan he disliked. OBITUARIES DONAHUE WILLIAM J. JR. 71, of MOon Twp. on Sat. April 19, 1997; beloved husband of Martha (Scherzer) Donahue; father of Eileen Miller, William J. Donahue III and Kathi M. Tennant; brother of Norma Gattuso; grandfather of Erica and William C. Miller III. Visitation Mon. and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at the COPELAND'S, Moon Twp., 981 Broadhead Rd. Mass Wed. at 10 A.M. at St. Margaret Mary Church. Memorials may be made to The Am. Heart Assoc., 414 Pehn Hills Mall, Pgh., PA 15235 in his name will be appreciated. DONNELLY PETER Age 71, of Regent Square, on Friday, April 18, 1997; beloved husband of Margaret (Peggy) Keane; beloved father of Mary Worden and her husband Jeff of Mt. Lebanon, and Patricia Fuscaldo and her husband Pete of Squirrel Hill; grandfather of Megan and Erin Worden, and Patrick Fuscaldo; brother of James, Francis, Helen Keatings, Sr. Vera O.P., and Maureen McEr-lean, all of Ireland, Terry Renucci of Glasgow, Scotland, Lucy Stock, Anne MacDonald, and John Donnelly of England, and the late Patrick, Michael, and Mary Jane Donnelly; also survived by nieces, nephews and cousins in Ireland. Friends received Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the THOMAS L. NIED FUNERAL HOME, 7441 Washington St., Swiss-vale. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Anselm Church, Word of God Parish, on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Interment in Calvary Cemetery. ELDER THOMAS ANDREW On Sunday, April 20, 1997, age 81, of Shaler Twp.; beloved husband of the late Elmira K. Anson Elder; mother of Daniel G. "Nick" Anson and Joyce Anson Jucha; grandmother of Cynthia Heintzinger and Daniel Hosek; great-grandfather of Robin, Steven, Danny and Joey Hosek. Friends received 3-9pm Wednesday at HEALY-HAHN FUNERAL HOME, 425 Grant Ave., Millvale. Blessing Service Thursday, 12:00. ELLIOTT CATHERINE (Mc ESNEY) On April 21, 1997, of Ross Twp., wife of John Elliott; mother of Christine Statton; sister of Almyra Goettmann; niece of Alberta Krac-zon; aunt of Donna Totin; cousin of Norman Nething. Friends received at the NOVAK FUNERAL HOME INC, 3313 Brighton Rd., Funeral Service Thursday, 10 am. Visitations Tues. & Weds, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. ENGLERT 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 nephews. 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 10 A.M. in St. Joan of Arc Church. ' GABEL ANNA M. On Sun. April 20, 1997; beloved wife of the late Carl; mother of Carl D. Gabel. Survived by ten grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Friends received Mon. and 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. GARRITY MARGARET A. (PEG) MATHIESON Died April 20, 1997, of Munhall, age 81 ; wife of the late John (Jack) Garrity, Jr.; mother of Norma Jean Mortimer of Whitehall, Georgianna Arbes of S. Dakota, Sandra McGill of North Huntingdon, Norman Garrity of New York, Jack Garrity of Pleasant Hills, Andy Garrity of North Carolina and David Garrity t Five will represent at talks on nation's By Frank Reeves Post-Gazette Hamsburg Correspondent HARRISBURG Gov. Ridge yesterday appointed five delegates to represent the state at next weekend's President's Summit for America's Future. Pennsylvania's official delegation will include the Rev. Martin R. Bartel, president of St. Vincent College in Latrobe, and Leon E. Haynes III, executive director of Hosanna House Inc. in Wilkinsburg. The other delegates are Rose V. Gray, director of housing for the Philadelphia-based Asociacion De Puertorriquenos En Marcha; Daniel Elby, co-founder and executive director of Alternative Rehabilitation Communities Inc. in York; and Alan L. Jennings, executive director of the Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley. The three-day summit, which will convene Sunday in Philadelphia, is expected to draw more than 1,500 delegates to discuss the role of volunteerism and community ser of Munhall; sister of Mary Cook, Munhall, Norman Mathieson of Kentucky; also survived by 16 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren. Friends received Tuesday, 7-9 p.m., Wed. 2-4 & 7-9 p.,m. at th GEORGE IRVIN GREEN FUNERAL HOME, , INC., A Golden Rule Member, 3511 Main St., (Homestead Park) Munhall, where Service will be held on Thursday, 10am. . . 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 Cline; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mon-Tues at the MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1225 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks. Mass of Christian Burial Wed 10am. St. John of God Parish i St. Mary Church. HARRIS LOLA A. Lola A. Harris, age 90, on April 19, 1997, formerly of New Homestead; widow of Mason Harris; mother of Myra Brewington, George M. Harris, Thelma Johnson and John M. Harris; godmother of Patricia Perry Brown; also 8 grandchildren. Member of the Mary Lee, Chapter 96 O.E.S. of Braddock. ' Friends received Wednesday, 2-4 & 7-9pm at TUNIE FUNERAL HOME, 1205 West St., Homestead. Funeral Service Thursday, 11am, Mt. Rise Baptist Church, New Homestead. Interment Homestead Cemetery. Fraternal seryice Wednesday, 7pm. 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. JESEK VICTORIA G. On Mon., April 21, .1997; wife of the late Charles J. Jesek; mother of Charles J. Jesek Jr.; sister of Rose Snak, Mildred Jusczak and Alex Stafa and the late Joseph and Andrew Stafa; grandmother of Bridgetfe and Chad Jesek; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received Wed. 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the SZAFRANSKI-EBER-LEIN FUNERAL HOME, INC., 101 Third St., Carnegie.' Mass of Christian Burial in All Saints P.N.C. Church on Thurs. at 10 AM. JOHNSON CATHERINE E. Of Forest. Hills, age 84;beloved sister of Ivar C. Johnson and the late Margaret Gallagher; also 3 nieces. Friends received at GENE H. CORL INC. FUNERAL CENTER OF MONROEVILLE, 4335 Northern Pike (1 block E. of Mos-side Rt. 48). Visitation llam-lpm followed by Service. Living Memorial Corl Family Directors; 372-2100. KEPKA ALMA (CORNETT) On Sunday, April 20, 1997, beloved wife of the late Chester F. Kepka Sr., mother of Robert C. and Chester F. Kepka Jr., and Carol ' Cromie; grandmother of Kenneth, Katherine, Kimberly and Robert. Sister of Martha Huffman. Friends received in MCCABE BROS INC. FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St., Shadyside, on Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m., where service will be held Thur. at 11 a.m. KOSKI EDWARD H. Of Wilkins Twp. on Sun April 20, 1997; beloved husband of Sarah (Sally Ochiva) Koski; father of Steven Koski; grandfather of Danielle and Aaron; brother of Ceil Terk; uncle of David Terk. Funeral Services will be held at the McK vice in solving the nation's problems. A major focus of the gathering is expected to be juvenile violence and other problems facing young people. "These delegates represent the true spirit of community," Ridge said. "They've recognized the challenges their communities face juvenile violence, family disintegration, lack of affordable housing and teen pregnancy and met these challenges head on. These men and women are examples of how the private sector and government can and must work together to create a partnership that empowers community-led programs that are already working in hundreds of communities across the commonwealth." Besides serving as head of St. Vincent, Bartel who is a lawyer, certified public accountant and Benedictine monk is now chairman of the Pennsylvania Community Service Advisory Board, or PennSERVE. The board helps Pennsylvanians, especially young people, perform community service eesport and Versailles Cemetery Mausoleum Chapel on Wed. at 12 noon. Arrangements by ROBERT P. KARISH FUNERAL HOME, Braddock Hills, 271-3430. KOVACS JOSEPH Age 65, of Munhall, on April 20, 1997; beloved husband of Ann; loving father of Deborah Nadzam; brother of Helen Mikula, Mary Mancino and Michael Kovac; also survived by 2 grandchildren. Visitation, 7-9 pm Tuesday, and 2-4 & 7-9 P.m. Wednesday at the JEFFERSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 301 Curry Hollow Rd Pleasant Hills, where Service will be held 11am, Thursday. KRASIK FRANCES GOLDBERG On Monday April 21, 1997, beloved wife of the late Dr. Sidney Krasik; beloved mother of Carl & Elaine Krasik of Pgh., Sophie Krasik 8 Julian Lazrus of MD; sister of Laurence 8 Diana Gould of NY; grandmother of Curt & Scott Krasik; also survived by nieces. Services at RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside on Thursday at 11 am. Visitation one hour prior (10am-11am). Interment Tree of Life Mem. Park. Contributions may be made to Sidney Krasik Scholarship Fund co CMU Dev. Office, 5000 Forbes Ave., Pgh. 15213 or to The Curtis & Scott Krasik Endowment Fund co JCC, 5738 Forbes Ave., Pgh. 15217 LOBAUGH . ANGELA (MILLER) On Sunday, April 20, 1997 Angela Miller Lobaugh of McCandless Twp; beloved wife of the late William R. Lobaugh; mother of Yvonne Kirsch and Diane Dougherty; mother-in-law of Bud Kirsch; also survived by 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Friends received Tuesday and Wednesday, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 7720 Perry Highway. Funeral Liturgy in St. Alexis Church on Thursday 10am. LOWY DR. ALEXANDER D., JR. On Sunday, April 20, 1997, beloved husband of Sybil S. Lowy; father of Dr. M. Alexander Lowy of Ardmore, PA, Arlene Lowy Rau of Pgh, Dr. Howard W. and Susan Lowy of Topsf ield, MA and Edward R. Lowy of Pgh; son-in-law of Gertrude Silvert of Winnipeg, Manitoba; brother of Mrs. Robert J. (Muriel Lowy) Fleishman of Pgh and the late Evelyn Lowy Hersh; brother-in-law of Dr. David Silvert of pine Plains, NY; grandfather of Jordan Rau, Julian Lowy and Samuel Lowy. Services at Rodef Shalom Temple, 4905 Fifth Ave., on Wednesday at 12 Noon. Interment West View Cemetery of Rodef Shalom Congregation. Family requests attendance at services only, NO PRIOR VISITATIONS. Family suggests contributions to the Lowy Seminar Room, Clapp Hall, co the Univ. of Pgh., Pgh., PA 15213, or a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements by the BURTON L H I RSCH CHAPEL, 521-2600. MAKAR CLARA (GACA) Of Penn Hills on Sun., April 20, 1997; beloved wife of Michael; sister of Helen Freiland, Theresa Slomer and the late Elizabeth McGinty and Walter Gaca; daughter of the late Martha Gaca; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends re ceived at the WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME LTD., 11735 Frankstown Rd., (at Rodi Rd.), Penn Hills Wed. 2-9 p.m. Funeral Thurs. 10:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Bartholomew Church, 11 a.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; be loved by Jerry, Barbara, Theresa, Cindy, Tom and Janet Cypher; the state problems projects. Bartel said he hoped the summit would encourage community service and volunteer programs across the country, much as PennSERVE has been a catalyst for such programs in Pennsylvania. He said his interest in community service stems in part from his role as St. Vincent College president, as a molder of young minds. "I recognize the need to foster community service from a young age," he said "We need to foster a spirit of giving back." Haynes is Hosanna House's first executive director since the organization was founded in 1989. Hosanna House is a human services agency that works to bring quality health care to Wilkinsburg residents. Haynes was responsible for organizing Brothers Keeper, a group that works with young men from single-parent homes. The project is a joint venture with Covenant Church in Pittsburgh. - i grandfather of Justin, Jason, Sorrv; merand Natasha Malek; loving pap" to Brendan, Jordan, Jerad ard Olivia Cypher. Friends received al' the ANTHONY MUSMANNO FIK. NERAL HOME, 700 7th St., McKees: Rocks. Funeral Mass in St. Malachy Church on Wed. at 11:15 am. Visir tations Mon. 7-9 and Tues. 12-9 P.rVV.-- MAROTTA ESTHER JOAN (LESOON) On Sunday, April 20, 1997, Esther Lesoon Marotta, beloved wife of Phil Marotta; mother of Marc J. Marotta and Dean E. Marotta; sister of Edward J. Lesoon, Jr. and Lorraine L. Martino; grandmother of Karley and Cameron Marotta; mother-in-law of Kim Heller Marotta. Friends will be received at JOHN A FREYVOGEL SONS, INC, 4900 Centre Ave. at Devonshire St.7 Tues., 2-4 and 7-9 PM. FuneraT Wed., Mass of Christian Burial Sa-i cred Heart Church, 10:30 AM. McTIGHE AGNES N. 87, a resident of RiverWoodsf Lewisburg for three years and a former resident of Allegheny Center, Pittsburgh died Sunday, Aprlt 20,1997, at Evangelical Comm.. Hospital, Lewisburg. Mrs. McTighe was born in Pgh., a daughter of the late Joseph A. and Anna Krome Schmitt. Her husband, Andrew F. McTighe died in 1957. Mrs. McTighe attended St. Peter's School in Pgh: A homemaker, she also was a caregiver for many years to Pittsburgh area families. She was a member for many years of St. Peter's Church, Pgh. She was active in the Duquesne Chapter of the Ladies of the Moose. She enjoyed gardening. She is survived by a son, Dr. Arthur H. McTighe, M.D. and husband of Susan of Lewisburg. Dr. McTighe is a pathologist at Evangelical Comm. Hospital. She is also survived by four granddaughters and two great-granddaughters; sister-in-law, Mary Schmitt of Pgh. She was preceded in death by four brothers: Joseph, Paul Marcus, and Arthur and by one sister Rose Salvia. Services will be held in Lewisburg, Thursday. A graveside Service will be held at 11 AM, Friday at, St. Mary's Cemetery, Troy Hill. Contributions may be made to River-Woods (U. Methodist Homes), Lewisburg, PA or the Evangelical Comm. Hospital, 'Lewisburg, PA 17837. Arrangements by CRONRATH'S of Lewisburg: NONNENBERG THOMAS P. Of Hamilton Twp. (formerly of Carnegie) on Sunday, April 20r 19997, husband of the late Clapa. (Sigal) Nonnenberg; father of the late Sandra Uriah; father-in-law of. Gerard J. Uriah; grandfather of Candice Russo and Gerard Thomas Uriah; brother of Esther Volk qnd-the late Homer Nonnenberg and Grace Matesia; brother-in-law of Jean Nonnenberg; also nieces and nepphews. Friends are invited, to call 7-9 PM Tuesday and 2-4 and 7-9 PM Wednesday at the LEO J HENNEY FUNERAL HOME, 323 Second Avenue, Carnegie. Service Thursday, 11:00 AM. POLICICCHIO - ANTONESCA (TONI) SCATENA Formerly of Bloomfield, on Sun. April 20, 1997; beloved wife of Jerry Policicchio; mother of Angela Cook & Jerry Policicchio; mother-in-law of Chris Cook & Mary Jane Policicchio; also survived by brothers, sisters, grandchildren, nieces, nephews & the Scatena family; friends received Tues. & Wed,.2-4 & 7-9pm at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral Thurs. 9am, Mass of Christian Burial 10am in Immaculate Con ception Church. 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