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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE H SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 2001 OBITUARIES Dedicated By Dennis McLellan " ' The The Los Angeles Times ''Ralph Davis, a West Coast skin-" diving pioneer who founded the International Underwater Spearfishing Association a half century ago, has died. He was 83. .-.Mr. Davis, a longtime resident of Laguna Beach, Calif., south of Los Angeles, died of heart failure June 13. - ,"He dedicated his entire life to organizing the sport of spearfishing, .not only in the United States but .worldwide," said Skip Hellen, current president of the IUSA, which .registers world free-dive spearfishing records. "Ralph is the person that put com-' petitive spearfisning on the map and kept it there," said Locky Brown of Ventura, Calif., a former competitive Cont. from Page E-5 1 CANCELMI MARY M. ',. .1 Age 86, on Thursday, June 21, .2001 of Baldwin Boro; wife of the '.late Harry J. Cancelmi; mother of Norbert A. (Kathleen), Louis G. 1 (Annette) and Harry J. Jr. ' (Margaret) Cancelmi; sister of Edward Smetana, Adoria Frei and Margaret Ryzak; grandmother of James, Noreen, Daniel and Anne-Marie, Louis and Michael; also eight great-grandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Sun- day 7-9 pm and Monday 2-4 8. 7-9 pm, Funeral prayer on Tuesday ' niorning at 9:15. Mass of Christian burial in St. Elizabeth Church at 10 "am. In lieu of flowers, family suggests memorial contributions to Friends of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 44 Binney St., Boston, MA 02115. CARLOS CATHERINE M. On Friday, June 22, 2001, of As-pinwall; wife of the late John E. Carlos (former funeral director in Etna); mother of Mimi and her husband Dr. Michael Brenyo and John C. Carlos and his wife Gina; four grandchildren. Friends will be received Mon. 7-9pm & Tues. 2-4 & 7-9pm in the CHARLES B. JARVIE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 801 Pittsburgh St., Springdale, PA. Christian ''funeral mass will be celebrated ' Wed. at 11am in All Saints Church, Etna. Memorials may be made to ' ' the Catherine Carlos Fund co Cath-, olic Diocese Pittsburgh Foundation, Diocese Bldg., Ill Blvd. of the Allies, Pgh., PA 15222. ;" CAVILL :. ' MARGARET K. (DALLAS) - 'On Saturday, June 23, 2001, age 77, of Indianapolis, IN. Born in Pittsburgh on October 15, 1923 to William and Margaret (Long) Dallas; wife of the late Charles; mother of David of Indiana, PA, Charles of Tokyo, Japan, William of Bettendorf, IA, Mark of Indianapolis, IN, Timothy of Pgh, Scott of Ft. Myers, FL and . ;Theo Carlins of of Pgh; sister of La- Verna Henke of Pgh; 18 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; preceded in death by brothers, John & William Dallas. Calling hours Monday 6-8 pm at SINGLETON & HERR MORTUARY, IN. Funeral services private. ! COLSNIK l; JOSEPH M. Suddenly, on Friday, June 22, 2001, age 77, of Verona; husband of Vera J. Colsnik; father of Michael J. Colsnik; brother of the late Albert and Edith Colsnik. NO . VISITATION. A Committal Service . -will be held Wed. morning at 10 . o'clock at St. Joseph Cemetery, Verona. Arrangements by THOMAS M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME & . CREMATORY, Blawnox. CHAIN ATHALENE 0. 'Age 80, of Sewickley, on Thurs day,, June 21, 2001, beloved wife for 55 years of Andrew H. Cram; be' loved mother of Darde C. Khan, Stephanie Crain Larson & her hus band Leif, Andrew H. Crain Jr. & his wife Marlene, Nancy. Stewart 8. .her; husband Tom 8. the late Craig Crain; sister of Susie Tuck & Mag sie Porter; also two grandchildren i ' .Nadia Khan & Jessie Stewart. Visi-'.ta,tion Saturday 8c Sunday 2-4 8c 7-9 pm at COPELANDS SEWICKLEY fRVINE CHAPEL, 702 Beaver St where service will be on Monday at 10 am. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Forbes Hospice, 6655 Frankstown Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15206. DANIELS AUDREY E. ' On Thursday, June 21, 2001, Au " drey E. Daniels of Emsworth; wife Of the late Harold Truxel Daniels; '" mother of David T. Daniels and his 'wife Arlene and Miriam Mc A Cullough, all of Emsworth; sister of Walter Ritchey of Franklin, OH and RALPH his life to the sport of spear fisherman. "He's the one that had the vision and the determination to stick with it and make it the sport it is today." Born in Los Angeles in 1917, Davis was the son of future Los Angeles police chief James Davis, who taught him to skin-dive for abalone. Ralph Davis joined the Los Angeles Fire Department, where ne worked as a firefighter for 43 years and helped found the department's Neptune Club, one of the first diving clubs in California. While serving in the Navy during World War II, he participated in the Normandy invasion and served as an instructor for underwater rescues. In the late 1940s, Davis helped standardize the rules for speared-fish world records. the late Emily Schweitzer and Will iam Stanhope. Funeral services and I nterment wil I be private at the con venience of the family. Arrangements by MCDONALD LINN FU NERAL HOME, INC., Avalon. DUFFALA MARY ANN Of East Pittsburgh, age 71, on Friday, June 22, 2001. She was a re tired employee of Westinghouse, Tele Computer Center with 43 years service. Also, she was the CCD. Coordinator for Holy Cross Parish; sis ter of Helen "Pat" Martino of North Braddock, Margie Duffala of East Pittsburgh and the late Alice Duffala; aunt of Michael Martino of TX, Joseph Martino of North Versailles and Tony Martino of Phila.; grand-aunt of Samantha and Noah. Friends may call Sunday 8. Monday 2-4 8. 7-9 pm at the PATRICK T. LANIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 Linden Avenue At Cable, East Pgh., (412-824-8800). Mass of Christian burial in St. Helen Church of Holy Cross Parish on Tuesday at 10 am. FANA NANCY CEIER Of Brookline, on Fri., June 22, 2001, loving mother of the late Charles Fana, beloved sister of Frances Souza, Theresa Zeher, La-Verne Griffith and the late Providence Fera, Frank Fana and Helen Ambrose, grandmother of Dr. Charles Fana Jr., Michele Fountain and Joseph Fana, great-grandmother of Tate Fountain, dearest friend of Rose Funaro. Nancy was a loving mother, grandmother and endear ing friend; a self-made and independent woman who will be missed by all. Funeral Arrangements by BEINHAUERS, Friends welcome at 2630 West Liberty Avenue Dor-mont, (A Woodruff Partner), (412) 531-4000 Sun. l-9pm. Mass of Christian Burial Mon. at 10am in St. Bernard Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. FARRELL RICHARD F. JR. Age 51, of Brookline, after a long illness, on Thursday, June 21, 2001; beloved son of Bernice E. and the late Richard F. Sr.; brother of Michael (Debra), Patricia (Robert) Sands, Martin (Carole) and Paul (Elizabeth); also nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements handled privately by BEINHAUER (412) 531-4000. FEDAK ALBERT J. Age 81 of Plum on Thrus. June 21, 2001; beloved husband of Mary ( Ferencz) ; dearest father of Janice E. (Robert) Kalik and David A. Fedak; brother of Stephen Fedak, Mary Holub and Raymond Lepako; grandfather of Janine, Timothy (Tracey) and Richard (Ann) Kalik; great-grandfather of Joseph, Jacob, and Paige Kalik. Friends may call Sat. & Sun. 2-4 & 7-9 pm at MAURICE L. KNEE LTD., FUNERAL HOME, 7663 Saltsburg Rd (Across from S & T Bank) Plum. Mass of Christian Burial on Mon. at 10 am in St. John the Baptist Church, Unity. FEYES EVA COMA BALOGH "Aunt Eva" Of N. Huntingdon, died June 22, 2001; aunt of Toni Bukovac, Ruth Behary; widow of Ray Feyes and Alexander Balogh. Eva was a flea market matron. Friends will be received in the SHIRLEY-KUKICH FUNERAL HOME, INC., Clay Pike, N. Huntingdon, Sun. 7-9pm & Mon. 2-4 & 7-9pm. Funeral Service Tues. 10am in the Funeral Home Chapel. FRIESNER CAROLINE Age 69, of Crescent, GA, died Wednesday, June 6, 2001 at Hospice of the Golden Isles, Brunswick GA. A memorial service was held on June 9th at St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Darien, GA. She was a native of Brunswick, GA and a graduate of the University of Florida. Over the years, she committed much time and energy to volunteer organizations including serving as President of the Albany, NY Junior League, Chairman of Volunteers of DAVIS In 1950, he founded the IUSA, which that year held the first National Underwater Spearfishing Championships in Laguna Beach. Two years later, with the cooperation of the Helms Athletic Foundation, Davis established the United States National Underwater Spearfishing Athlete of the Year, an annual award that is still given. In 1952, he also helped establish the Inter-America Underwater Spearfishing Championships in Mexico, and he established underwater spearfishing championships in Algeria, New Caledonia and Ceylon. "Ralph's vision from the beginning was to get the sport of underwater spearfishing into the Olympics," Hellen said. "That really drove all his efforts his entire life." Although he never achieved that goal, Davis never stopped promoting OBITUARIES the American Red Cross, United Way, Atlanta, GA, the American Red Cross, Pittsburgh, PA, Ashan-tilly Center, Mcintosh County Book Boosters, School Friends, Darien, GA and was an avid bridge player. Survivors are her son, John William Friesner, Jr. of Seattle, WA, daughter Leigh Friesner Munsick, son Robert Lane Friesner, granddaughter Carey Janine Munsick; grandsons Jonathan Karl Munsick, Lane Carson Friesner all of Pittsburgh and a brother, Daniel Lee Lane Krauss, Jr. of Crescent, GA and nephew, Daniel Lee Lane Krauss, III, Longmont, CO; and other relatives. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or Hospice of the Golden Isles, 1692 Glynn Parkway, Brunswick, GA 31520. FULTON, JR. ROBERT V. On Thursday, June 21, 2001, Robert V. Fulton, Jr., 89, of Mt. Lebanon; beloved husband of Jean Flynn Fulton; father of Katherine F. Leger and Robert V. Fulton, III; brother of Anna Fulton, Jane Fulton and Alice Andrew; grandfather of A.J. and Rob Leger and Kevin, Dan and Brian Fulton; friends will be received JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC. 4900 Centre Ave. At Devonshire Street Saturday 7-9pm and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral Monday, Mass of Christian Burial St. Bede Church (Pt. Breeze) 10am. Remembrances may be made to the Notre Dame Club of Pittsburgh Scholarship Fund, 153 Main Entrance Drive, Pgh, PA 15228. GANNON FATHER CLAIR F. O.S.B. Father Clair F. Gannon, O.S.B., a monk of St. Vincent Archabbey, La-trobe, PA, died June 23, 2001, after a long illness. He was 89 years old. Father Clair was born in Pittsburgh on December 26, 1911, the son of the late James and Margaret (Bell) Gannon, and was one of seven children. He attended Saint Stephen Parochial School and Schenley High School, both in Pgh and received a bachelor of arts degree from Saint Vincent College in 1941. He entered the Saint Vincent monastic community in 1934, making simple profession of vows on August 1, 1935 and solemn profession of vows on August 1, 1938. He was ordained as a priest on June 15, 1941. Father Clair worked in the Archabbey's pastoral apostolates from 1941-1950 in Erie, PA and Covington, KY. In 1950 he returned to the monastery. There he held numerous positions at Saint Vincent College and Archabbey over the next several years including dean of men, director of the book store & post office, alumni secretary, Archabbey public relations director and Director of Lay Retreats. He also served as chaplain of the Saint Vincent Preparatory School and as Archabbey guestmas-ter. From 1955-1959 he was spiritual guidance director of Saint Benedict Academy in Erie. He returned to the pastoral apostolate in 1964, serving at parishes in the dioceses of Erie and Altoona-Johnstown. His final assignment was parochial vicar and chaplain to the senior citizens of the Saint Vincent Basilica Parish. He is preceded In death by his parents; 4 brothers, George, James, John and Henry; and 2 sisters, Sr. Mary Ida, S.C and Anna Gannon. Father Clair's body will be received at the Elizabeth Roderick Center at Saint Vincent Archabbey on Sunday, June 24, at 3 pm. A viewing for Father Clair will be held in the parlor of the Elizabeth Roderick Center on Sunday, June 24, from 3-5 pm 8 7-9 pm and on Monday, June 25, from 2-5 pm. A wake service will be held in Saint Vincent Archabbey Basilica on Monday, June 25, at 7:15 pm. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at Saint Vincent Basilica on Tuesday, June 26, at 10 am. Memorial contributions may be made to the Benedictine Health & Welfare Fund at Saint Vincent Archabbey. spearfishing spearfishing. Over the years, he taught skin diving and founded numerous junior skin-diving clubs in the United States and Mexico. And he was a familiar face at local, national and international competitions. An accomplished violinist and linguist who spoke five languages, Mr. Davis was an adventurer in his early years. As a teen-ager he hiked through South America, earning meals by playing the violin. He also skin-dived in places such as American Somoa, Japan and the West Indies in the late '30s. Davis is survived by his wife, Dorothy; his stepdaughter, Judie Manto of Laguna Beach; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild; and two brothers, Dr. Edgar Davis of Indian Wells, Calif., and Charles Davis of Los Angeles. GETSY DORANN (MILLER) Of Whitaker, on June 23, 2001, age 71; mother of Linda (Thomas) Har mon, of North Versailles, Andrea (Frank) Gamrat, of West Mifflin, Caroline Mattie, of Whitaker and the late Andrew "Butch" Getsy; also survived by eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends received at the SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 3501 Main St., Munhall (Member Selected Independent Funeral Homes). Visitation Mon. 2-9pm. Service Tues. at the funeral home. Time to be announced. Dorann was a volunteer for 20 years teaching Bible school at Second United Presbyterian Church in Wilkinsburg. GRAU ROY H. JR. Of Allison Park, on Friday, June 22, 2001; beloved husband of Mary Gloria (Gerlach) Grau; father of Karen L. Costello and her husband Bob, Diane G. Kuhn and her husband Bob, Roy H. Grau III "Dutch" and his wife Sandy, Scott Alan Grau and his wife Brenda and the late Joan Michele Grau; brother of Ethel Klinefelter,' Kenneth Grau and Beverly Overand; also survived by nine grandchildren and two step-grandchildren. Friends will be received Sunday 12-4 & 7-9 pm at the BOCK FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw. A Funeral service will be held in the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 6th and Clay Sts, Sharpsburg, on Monday at 10 am. Roy was a USMC Veteran of WWII, a retired agent for the U.S. Dept. of Treasury, was treasurer of the Allison Park AARP, past president of the Glenshaw AARP and secretary of the Allison Park Sportsman Club. Contributions may be made to the Church or to the Leukemia Society, Western PA Chapter, 2 Gateway Center, Pgh, PA 15222. GRIFFIN JOHN A. JR. "JUNIOR" On Thursday, June 21, 2001, in the Wilkins House. Visitation Monday, June 25, 2-4 8. 7-9pm in the NEW SAMUEL E. COSTON FUNERAL HOME, 427 Lincoln Ave., E. Liberty. Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, 11am. HALGAS WILLIAM G. "BILL" Age 58, Tuesday, June 18, 2001 in Columbus, OH; son of the late George W. and Cassy Przybylski Halgas. Formerly of Wilmerding, PA. Survived by daughter, Tanya Cahalan of Gold River, CA; son, Billy Halgas of Columbus, OH; grandson, Jerry Cahalan; brother, George Halgas of Monroeville, PA; dear friend of Carol Benson. Private services held by EGAN-RYAN EAST CHAPEL, 4019 E. Livingston Ave, Cols., OH 43227 HANTUSCH CHARLES "CHUCK" R. Age 79, of Pennsbury Village, formerly of Long Island, NY, on Wednesday, June 20, 2001; loving husband of Patricia Starr Hantusch; beloved father of Janice Hud son and Douglas Hantusch; five grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; brother of Walter and the late Rudy, Marian Hantusch and Anna Reman. Chuck was a WWII veteran with the A.A.F. with the 349th Bomber Sq. Bloody 100th Group and also a member of the American Legion Frank Kirk Post 145. Friends received Saturday 2-4, 7-9 pm; Sunday 1-4 & 7-9 pm at the SCHEPNER-MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 165 Noble Ave., Crafton. Mass of Christian Burial 10 am Monday St. Philip Church, 50 W. Crafton Ave. Pgh. 15205, where family suggests memorial contributions be made. HEJNOSZ THADDEUS "TED" On Thursday, June 21, 2001, of North Braddock, retired from ET Works and a WWII Army Veteran; husband of the late Delia M. Brunet-ti Heinosz; father of John and An- OTHER DEATHS Neil Vander Dussen, 69, a former president of the Sony Corp. of America, died June 9 in Savannah, Ga., of a brain aneurysm. Mr. Vander Dussen joined Sony in New York m 1981 as president and chief executive of the Sony Broadcast Products Co., which made equipment for the broadcasting industry. , . , . He became chief executive officer and president of Sony Corporation of America in 1985. He served concurrently as vice chairman of Sony Corporation of America, Sony Engineering and Manufacturing of America and Sony Recording Media of America until his retirement from Sony in 1992. When Mr. Vander Dussen joined Sony in 1981, U.S. sales totaled about $800 million. By the time he retired, the company's annual revenue had increased six-fold to $5 billion. During his time at Sony, Mr. Vander Dussen guided efforts to make Sony products more competitive and sell them through mass-market retailers. The company introduced the Video 8 camera and Handycam video cameras. Ninfa Rodriguez Laurenzo, 77, the founder of Ninfa's restaurants, June 17 in Houston of bone cancer. She was 77. Ms. Laurenzo was credited with expanding the food industry by introducing tacos al carbon and fajitas to the United States, said Sandra Schleicher, Ninfa's marketing director. Ms. Laurenzo was active in Republican politics, leading the Pledge of Allegiance to open the 1992 GOP national convention in Houston and seconding George Bush's nomination for president in New Orleans in 1988. Ninfa's opened in July 1973. There are now 55 locations, including franchises in Georgia and Louisiana. thony Heinosz and Frances Harcar- ik; brother of Helen Augusty, Stella Schultz, Mary Balocik, Jean Lehman, Theresa Crans, and the late Clara DiBernardo; also survived by four grandchildren, Elizabeth and Sarah Heinosz and Jeffrey and Anis-sa Harcarik. Friends will be received Saturday and Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 pm at the RONALD V. LUCAS FU- NERAL HOME, corner of Bell 8. Jones Ave., North Braddock (412) 271-1361. Funeral Mass will be held Monday 10:00 am Holy Cross Parish, St. Helen's Church. HENSLER KATHRYN (KAHLE) Age 91, of Mt. Lebanon, peacefully on Thurs., June 21, 2001; beloved wife of the late John F. Hensler, Sr; loving mother of Carl P. and John F. Hensler, Jr.; sister of the late Virginia Kahle Campbell; grandmother of Janine, Rebecca and Benjamin; stepgrandmother of Elena. Friends may call LAUGHLIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. 222 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon SUNDAY 1-4pm only. Blessing Service at the Funeral Home Monday, 10:30am. Interment Queen of Heaven Cem. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of ones choice. HERTEL ESTHER MARGARET Age 90, of Mt. Lebanon, on Sunday, June 17, 2001, beloved wife of the late Godfrey I. Hertel; loving and devoted mother of William D. Hertel of Mt. Lebanon and the late Janis Ann Barrington; also survived by two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; two nieces and one nephew. Esther was a graduate of Wittenberg Univ,, a member of Southminster Presbyterian Church and the P.A.A. of Pittsburgh. Services and interment were in Van Wert, OH. Memorials may be made to Southminster Presbyterian Church, 799 Washington Rd., PGh, PA 15228. Arrangements by LAUGHLIN MEMORIALCHAPEL HOLOWKA CAMELLA "CAM" On Wed., June 20, 2001 of Baldwin Boro, beloved wife of the late Edward, loving mother of Michael "Mike" and Marta (Bob) DiMarcan-tonio, beloved grandmother of Josh and Gina, beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Pavone, beloved sister of Eleanor Squillante and Margarite Bevevino. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Mon. & Tues. from 2-4 and 7-9pm. Funeral Prayer on Wed. Morning at 9:15. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Wen-delin Church at 10am. HOOKE CHARLES E. 75, of N. Huntingdon, died June 22, 2001; husband of Alice Loutsen-hizer Hooke; father of Debbie Jav-or, Kathy Furia, Sue Smith and Bill Hooke; grandfather of 11 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; brother of Tom .Hooke and the late Billy and Albert Hooke, Eleanor Tennant, Marilyn Townsend and Maxine Strang; he was preceded in death by a grandchild Jared Lee Hooke. Friends received in SHIRLEY-KUKICH FUNERAL HOME, INC., Clay Pike, N. Huntingdon, Sun. 2-4 L 7-9pm. Funeral Service Mon. 11am in the Funeral Home Chapel. HUTCHISON LEO A USMC Veteran of D Day, died on Friday, June 22, 2001, he was the dear friend of Eileen Higgins; fa ther of Catherine Richardson, Nan cy Friedman, Doris Kichi and the late Linda Snyder; nine grandchildren and one great-grand-child. Leo was the last of a family of fourteen. Friends will, be received at the JOHN D. O'CONNOR & SON FU NERAL HOME, INC., 5106 Second Avenue, Hazelwood. (412) 521-8116 on Saturday and Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. and Monday 9 a.m. before the Blessing Service at 10 a.m. KATRINICH STEPHEN PAUL Age 43, of McKees Rocks, on Fri day, June 22, 2001; beloved son of Sophie and Steve Katrenich; dear brother of Tom (his wife Cathy), Barb Persichetti and her husband Michael; also survived by nieces and nephews, Thomas, Sara and Catherine. Visitation Mon. 2-4 & 7- 9pm in MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1225 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks (Family owned & op erated since 1886), where a Parast-as Service will be held Mon. evening at 8pm in the funeral home. Liturgy of Christian Burial in Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the Down Syn drome Group of Western Pennsylva nia, 3705 Fifth Ave., Pgh., PA 15213 in memory of Stephen. KELIN BENJAMIN D. On Sat., June 23, 2001. Born Feb. 11, 1910; husband of the late Ruth Kelin; beloved father of Janet Kuechler and Glenna Kusluch, of FL; grandfather of Sandra Quinn, Robert Kuechler and Susan Stafford, of FL; also survived by four great-grandchildren. No Visitation. Funeral Service Tues. (Time Later) in Allegheny County Memorial Park Mausoleum. Arrangements by MATTHEW ARENA FUNERAL HOME, P.C. KELLEY CYNTHIA Age 32, of Turtle Creek, on June 20, 2001; beloved wife of John Robert Kelley; daughter of Keith Wesley & Roseann (Cecere) Welsh of Turtle Creek; loving mother of Arthur Russell Hill, Jonathan Keith Kelley, & Jenna Marie Kelley; sister of Renae (Eugene) Thelin of VA, Keith (MaryJo) Wesley Welsh, Jr of Pitcairn, & Tracy (John) Lynn Ba-darof N. Braddock; granddaughter of Rose Cecere; daughter-in-law of Linda Lou (Jerry) Beveridge; sister-in-law of Jeremy Beveridge; aunt of Candice, Heather, Samantha, John, Justin, & Allyssa; also many aunts & uncles. Friends will be received Saturday 8t Sunday 2-4 8. 7-9 pm at the JOBE FUNERAL HOME, INC., corner Shaw & Tri-boro Ave. Turtle Creek. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Monday, 9:30 am. KENNA EDWARD B. II Age 72, of Plum, on Thursday, June 21, 2001; husband of the late Kathleen (Hart) Kenna; beloved father of Diane Kenna, Kim K. and Bill Bremmer and the late Edward B. Kenna III; grandfather of Traci, Brian, LeAnn, Julie and Bill. Friends may call Monday 2-9 p.m. at MAURICE L. KNEE LTD., FUNERAL HOME, 7663 Saltsburg Rd., (Across from S & T Bank) Plum. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of Joy Catholic Church, Plum. Memorial donations may be made to the Brendan Foley Memorial Scholarship co Word of God School, 7436 McClure Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15218. KERBER ISABELLE M. Age 88 of Mt. Lebanon on Thursday June 21, 2001; wife of the late Howard R. Kerber; mother of Sally Ann Feeney of Baltimore, MD, James Michael Kerber of the Republic of Cypress, Barry Thomas Kerber of Libertyville, IL and John Christopher Kerber of Mt. Lebanon; also survived by twelve grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Friends may call LAUGHLIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. 222 Washington Rd., Mt. Lebanon THURSDAY 9 am until time of Mass at 11 am in St. Bernard Church. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Joseph House of Hospitality, 1635 Bedford Ave., Pgh., PA 15219 or the Alzheimer's Association, Greater Pittsburgh Chapter, Suite 200, 1323 Forbes Ave., Pgh., PA 15219. Cont. on Page E-7

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