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1 V^jjEj*-' WAGNER Darrell M., 88, Youngstown, Ohio, died Dec. 29, 1995, at Southside Hospital, Youngstown. Born Sept. 2,1907, in Salisbury, son of Clyde and Bessie May (Meese) Wag ner. Preceded in death by parents; first wife, former Violet Keifer, who died in 1935; and second wife, former Mary Louise Trumbull, who died in Survivors include daughter, Mrs. Shirley Kuhlman, Somerset. Former salesman for Continental Baking Co., with 44 years' service. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Tuesday at Davis Funeral Home, Youngstown, Ohio. WAGNER - Lee M, 72, West Palm Beach, Fla., passed away June 4,1995,! at Hospice of Palm Beach County, Gerstenberg Center. Born Sept.~28j 1922, in Caimbrook, son of Scott "and Margaret (Shaffer) Wagner. He lived" in the Johnstown area until the age of 29, when he moved to the West Palm Beach area. Survived by wife, Dora-- thy M. Wagner; daughters, JanicerLr Janning, Palm Springs, Fla.,~afl<P Mary Jo Doerzbacher, Jupiter, Fla.; son-in-law, Wink Doerzbacher, grand-: children, Bradlee and Melissa; Doerzbacher, and sisters, Catherine Lasut and Rena Russian, both'"of! Cairnbrook, and. Jane Whitehill, Holtr Mich. Memorial service will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Grace Em-- manuel Bible Church, Jonathan Drive, Jupiter, Fla. The family- has suggested that donations be made.to Hospice of Palm Beach County, Ger stenberg Center, 5300 East Ave., West Palm Beach, Fla Dorsey.Euneral Home Inc., Lake Worth, Fla., in^ charge of arrangements. WAGNER - Marion E., 84, Church of the Brethren Home, formerly of Con nor Towers and long-time resident of Ferndale, died June 10, 1995, at the home. Born Oct. 10, 1910, in Johns town, daughter of Harry and Edna (Holsinger) Reitz. Preceded in death by parents, and husband, Eugene B. Wagner. Survived by sons: David R., Kettering, Ohio; Ray A., married to the former Diane Coup, Statesboro, Ga.; Robert G., married to the former Margaret Brown, LaGrange, N.Y. Also survived by five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mem ber of First Christian Church and for mer member of Moxham Christian Church. Member of Ladies Auxiliary of Ferndale Fire Company. Had been employed by Penn Traffic Co. Friends received from noon until time of service at 2 p.m. Tuesday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, the Rev. Francis T. Bach. Interment, P.O.S. of A. Cemetery, Hooversville. Family suggests contributions to American Heart Association. WAGNER - Rella I, 101, Valley View Nursing Home, Cheswick, Pa., died Jan. 1, 1995, at the home.. Born March 21, 1893, in Johnstown, daugh ter of the late William and Ruth (Smith) Custer. Preceded in death by husband, W. H. "Mike" Wagner, two sons,. Harry and Wayne;' brothers, Stanley and Durell; sisters, Bertha, Ona, Vesta and Mildred. Survived by daughter, Mary Jane Wagner, Pitcairn; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A life member of Brethren Church and lived in Pittsburgh for many years. No receiving of friends. Memorial services will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. Inter ment, Grandview -Cemetery. Ar rangements in charge of The Picking- Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc. WAGNER - Virgil" P., 89, Somerset; died April 19, 1995, at Somerset Hos pital. Born July 13, 1905, in Shade Township, Somerset County, son of late Carl E. and Annie Mae (Cook) Wagner. Preceded in. death by wife, former Maude Susan Elizabeth Pow ell, and brother, Archie Wagner. Sur vived by these children: Mrs. Robert (Patricia) Worthington, Oak Ridge, Pa.; Mrs. Bobby (Marjorie) Baugh, Colonial Beach, Va.; and Richard L. Wagner, married to former Judith Sarver, Somerset; also six grandchil dren and two great-granddaughters. Member of First United Methodist Church, Somerset. Former owner/op erator of Wagner's Service Station, Somerset. Was truck driver for Mostoller & Sons. Friends will be re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Hauger-Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset, where service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 22, the Rev. Dr. Arthur Gotjen. Interment, Somerset County Memori al Park. Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, Somer set Unit, Route 5, Box 364-A, South Lynn Avenue, Somerset, Pa rz o q %J v> O w WAGNER Zachery James, infant son of Susan Wagner, Nicktown. Sur vived by mother, maternal grand parents, Edward H. and Julia Wag ner, Nicktown; maternal greatgrandparents, Benjamin and Dorothy Wagner, Spangler, and maternal great-great-grandmother, Lilithe Moore, Warren, Pa. Also survived by aunts and uncles, Robert and Heather (Totten) Wagner, New Kensington; and Brian, Ann and James Wagner, all of Nicktown. Mass of the Angels will be celebrated at 11 ajn. Wednes day at St. Nicholas Catholic Churdf, Nicktown, Father Claude Pollack, O.S.B., celebrant. Interment, church cemetery. Arrangements by Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., Spangler. WAHL James T., 70, Hooversville R.D., died Dec. 30; 1994, at home. Born Jan. 30,1924, in Meyersdale, son of late Hilary and Rose Wahl. Sur vived by children: Paul, married..to former Dorothy Pasko, and Shirleyj wife of James Crisi, both of Hoovers ville R.D.; James, married to former Debra Hogue, Walnut Bottom; Donna, wife of James Custer, Cairnbrook R.D.; and Bonnie, wife of Keith Ringler, and Lavonne, wife of Keith Ross, both of Central City R.D.; also" 15 grandchildren and three great-grand children. Brother of Cecil,. Cairn brook; Vipla Deneen, Hooversville R.D.; Dorothy Willison, and Ray mond, both of Hyndman; Irvin, Mary land; and John, Everett Friends' re ceived after 2 p;in. -Sunday at Mulcahy Funeral Home, Central City, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Eric Smith officiating. Interment, McGregor Cemetery, Cairnbrook.

2 WAKEFIELD - Ira Eugene, 69, New Florence R.D. 1, died Oct. 12,1995, at Latrobe Area Hospital. Born Feb. 26, 1926, son of late Ira C. and Lillian M. (Muir) Wakefield. Preceded in death by first wife, Lois Jean Hall. Survived by wife, former Evelyn M. Penrose; daughter, Karen, wife of Daryl Secrist, Merrimack, N.H.; and these stepchildren: Michelle, wife of Vin cent Kosker, Bolivar, Debra Silvis, Bolivar; Marilyn, wife of Daniel Stinchcomb, Florida; Harry Condron, married to former Ronnette McLaughlin, Georgia; Lisa, wife of Michael DeWitt, New Florence; Angela, wife of John Manning, Iowa; Melony, wife of Michael Rudnik, Seward; David Condron, Massachussetts; and Terri Wommack, New Florence; 18 grandchildren and two; great-grandchildren. Brother of Alice Peoples, Bolivar R.D. 1; and Jack Wakefield, Bolivar. Member of Boli var United Presbyterian Church. Ma rine Corps veteran of World War II. Member of New Florence Post 7622, VFW; Charles Sutton Post 128, Amer ican Legion, Bolivar, Post 103, Amvets, Hopwood. Honorary member of Fairfield Volunteer Fire Co. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Kenneth A. Stuart Funeral Home, New Florence, and from 1 until the time of service at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bolivar United Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Sher man Ott. Interment, Fort Palmer Cemetery. Military rite by local vet erans organizations. WAKSMUNSKI - Albert B.f 64, Hast ings, died April 12, 1995, at Montefiore Hospital, Pittsburgh, of com plications from leukemia. Born Feb. 27, 1931,. in Susquehanna Township,' son of Joseph and Theophila Waksmunski. Preceded in death byparents; sisters, Rosalia, Ann Charles,' and Kaye Wagner, and brother, Thaddeus. Survived by wife, former Kath leen Anna, and these children: Kris-- tine, wife of Terry King, Marion, Mass.; Mike, married to former Car* rie Ergler, Carrolltown; Cliff, mar* ried to former Kate Sholtis, Hastings; and Rich, Hastings; seven grandchild dren. Brother of Francis, Barnesboro R.D.r Helen Bernard, Hastings; Cecelia Weakland, Inverness,. Fla.; Joseph, Osceoia Mills; and Patrick James, Patton; and Sylvia Laiti, Fair fax, Va. Korean Conflict Army veter:\ an. Member of Ironworkers Local 3,. for 38 years. Employed by Sender Or-, namental for 30 years. Member of. Hastings Moose and VFW; Spangler Polish Legion; and St. Bernard's" Catholic Church, Hastings. Friends' received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.- Saturday and from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday' at Easly Funeral Home, Hastings. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m. Monday at St. Boniface church, Fa-, ther Benjamin Dykas, pastor. Inter ment, St. Bernard's Cemetery. Dona tions may be made, to Leukemia" Society. WAKSMUNSKI - Francis J., 77, Barnesboro R.D., died Sept., 9, 1995, at Miners Hospital. Born July 10, 1918, in Susquehanna Township, son of Joseph and Theophilia Waksmunski. Preceded in death by parents; sisters: Rosalia, Ann Charles, and Kay Wag ner, and brothers, Thadeus and Al bert. Survived by wife of 51 years, the former Josephine Yaros; sons, Fran cis A., married to Elinor Reed, Eu clid, Ohio; Larry, married to Diane Ondecko, Barnesboro R.D.; and Da vid, Clymer R.D.; grandchildren: Mark, Alexis, Derek, and Andrea. Brother of Helen Bernard, Hastings; Cecelia Weakland, Iverness, Fla.; Jo seph, Oceola Mills; Patrick J., Patton; Sylvia Laiti, Fairfax, Va. A journey man with Ironworkers Local 3 for 47 years. Former member of Cambria & Indiana Baseball League. Friends re ceived 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Easly Funeral Home, Hastings. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m. Tuesday, St. Stanislaus Koska Church, Barnesboro, the Rev. Charles F. Bodziak, pastor. Interment, church ceme tery. WALKER - Daniel J., 77, Missouri Avenue, Somerset, died March 11, 1995, at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. Born April 19, 1917, in Somerset Township, son of the late Myrl J. Q. and Ada (Weigley) Walker- Bowman. Preceded in death by step brother, Fred Bowman; and two step sisters, Olive Maust and Ruth Egolf. Survived by wife, the former Ruth Becker, formerly of Meyersdale; and these children: Linda K., Listie; four sons: Daniel J. Jr., Leesburg, Va.; Galen M., Plant City, Fla.; Rodney M.,i Pittsburgh; and Jeffrey G., Friedens;! 12 grandchildren; six great-grandchil dren; two sisters: Irene Saxman, Allentown, and Mildred (Bowman) Struby, Millbrook, Ala.; a stepbrother, Clyde Bowman, Somerset. Member of Somerset Church of the Brethren; combat veteran of World War II; Somerset VFW Post 554; Somerset American Legion; Somerset Lodge 358, F&AM; Harrisburg Consistory; Altoona Shrine; Somerset County Shrine Club; Somerset Kiwanis Club; Cooties; 55 and Over Club; Meyersdale Elks; and Last Man's Club. Re tired from Standard Oil Co., North Station, Pa. Turnpike. Death would have terminated marriage union of 55 years as of March 17, Friends were received Sunday evening and will be received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Robert H. Halverson Fu neral Home, Somerset, where service will be conducted 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Roger L. Forry. Interment, Pike Cemetery, Brotherton. WALKER Donna F., 53, Briar Court, Nanty Glo, died July 2,1995, at Laurel Crest Manor. Born May 30, 1942, in Mineral Point, daughter of Walter "Red" and Erma (Boring) Walker. Preceded in death by father. Survived by her mother, Mineral Point, and brothers and sisters, Da vid, married to former Carol Rish, Maryland; William, married to for mer Sharon Bryant, Maine; Robert, married to former Wanda Stine, Maryland; Kenneth, married to for mer Gaye Lock, Colver, Thomas, married to former Darlene Thomas, Ebensburg; and Nancy and Gary, both of Mineral Point; also 17 nieces and nephews and five great-nieces and great-nephews. Member of Vinco Brethren Church. Lifetime member of Jackson Township Fire Auxiliary. Also member - of -Cambria County Firemen's Auxiliary, Nanty Glo VFW Post 3489, District 26, and Cambria County Council Auxiliary. Graduate of Central Cambria High School. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Askew-Houser Funeral Homes Inc., Nanty Glo, where service will be held 1 p.m. Thursday, Pastor Jerry Fike, officiat ing. Interment, Pike Brethren Ceme tery. 540

3 fr (71.ril WALKER - Helen Pearl, 82, Somer set R.D. 7, died Feb. 17, 1995,at Som erset Hospital. Born Feb. 29, 1912, in Listie, daughter of late Scott Dibert and Edith Pearl (Trent) Shaffer. Pre ceded in death by husband, Dalton Suc(er Walker, who died Jan. 2, 1981; daughter, Sally Ann Walker, son, Carl Walker; brother, Harold E. Shaffer; and sisters, Mildred Shaffer and Eve lyn Lambert. Survived by children: GuyE. Walker, Friedens R.D. 2; Mrs. Lester M. (Ruth) Miller, Friedens; Glenn S. Walker, Mechanicsburg; Mrs. Lois Neff, Shanksville; Dean J. Walker, Friedens R.D." 2; Mrs. Terry (Luella) Berkebile, Stoystown; Neil E. Walker, Stoystown R.D. 3; Mrs. War ren (Nancy) Cox, Stoystown R.D. 3; and Mrs. Wayne (Linda) Mostbller, Kearneysville, W.Va.; 25 grandchil dren and 28 great-grandchildren/sis ter of Ruth Hamer, Somerset; Rich ard V. Shaffer, Bowie, Md.; and Mrs.- Eileen Knupp, Somerset.. A 1929 grad uate of Somerset Township High School. Member of Stoystown United Church of Christ. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Hauger-Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Stoystown United Church of Christ, the Rev. Paul Claycomb officiating. Inter ment, Berlin IOOF Cemetery. View ing at the church one-hour prior to service. Contributions may be made to Stoystown United Church of Christ Main Street, Stoystown, Pa WALKER Ronald E., 34, Stoystown R.D. 1, died Sept. 14, 1995, at home. Born May 7,1961, in Somerset, son of Hazel (Turner) Walker-Penrod, South Fork, and the late Reuben Walker Sr. Also preceded in death by brother, Randy, and stepsister, Linda. Sur vived by children, Alicia, Kristy and Jesse. Brother of Judy, married to Larry Manges, and Carol, married to Carmen Perigo, both of Stoystown; Richard, married to former Janie Kmetz, Windber; Raymond, Ashtabula, Ohio; Patricia, married to Donald Wildenman; and Lois, married to Donald Charlton Jr., both of Stoys town R.D. 1; Reuben Jr., married to former Florence Sehn, Stoystown R.D. 2; Barbara, married to Randy Charlton, Friedens; and Robert, mar ried to former Melissa Kohan, Cen tral City. Stepbrother of Harold Penrod, married to former Donna Miller; John Penrod; and Tina, married to Scott Douglas, all of South Fork; and Debbie, married to Douglas Kamler, 54.1 Johnstown. Employed by Fleetwood of Somerset Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Deaner Funeral Home, Stoystown, where service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, the Rev. Gerald L. Myers. Interment, Otterbein Ceme tery. WALKER Mrs. Sophie A., 90, Dar by, Pa., formerly of Railroad Street, Windber, died Nov. 5, 1995, in Darby. Born Feb. 18,1905, in Windber, daugh ter of late John and Dorothy Sokol. Preceded in death by husband, Rob ert Giles Walker, sister, Ann Petro; and brother, John Soquel. Survived by son, Robert J., married to former Helen Kolson, Windber, and daughter, Dorothy J., wife of George Knapp, with whom she resided; also grand children: Helen S. Knapp, Darby, Mrs. Carol A. (Dave) Hrivnak, Johnstown; Mrs. Robert H. (Terry) Ott, Carlisle; Dorothy J. Walker, Windber, Mrs. Phyllis (Kevin) Hazy, Las yegas, Nev.; Robert J. Walker, married to former Diane Dayton, Windber, Cyn thia Dello, Windber, and Mary C. (Rodger) Cook, Windber, great-grand children: Kurt Hrivnak, Johnstown; Kevin J. and Robert Hazy, Las Vegas, Nev.; Ryan and Andrew Ott, Carlisle; Anthony and Phillip Dello, Windber, Nicholas, Calvin, Kathryn and Steven Cook, Windber, and Paul, Genna and Robert Walker, Windber. Retired from Windber Hospital, Dietary Dept, in Past member of South ern Allegheny Ceramic Association. Member of St. Benedict Catholic Church, Geistown, where funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, the Rev. Monsignor Joseph Kiniry, PA, VF. Interment, Richland Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at The Dalla Valle Funeral Home Inc., Windber, where wake service will be held. WALLACE - Edythe L., 91, 807 Goucher St., died June 20,1995, at Al legheny Lutheran Home. Born March 31, 1904, in Johnstown, daughter of late Thomas and Laura (Winter) Ray. Preceded in death by husband, Carl S., and several brothers and sisters. Survived by the following children: Nancy Brallier, Johnstown; John R., married to former Beverly Helsel, Mississippi; and Barry Lee, married to former Marilyn Morrill, Vermont; also four grandchildren. Sister of Pearl Barbour, Winfield, Kan. Mem ber of First Lutheran Church and auxiliary to the Lutheran home. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at The Picking-Treece- Bennett Mortuary Inc., where service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, the Rev. John F. Hess. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. WALLACE: James. L. Sr., 72, West-, mont, died March 28, 1995, at home. Born March 17, 1923, in Johnstown, son of Cecil and Leona (Stutzman) Wallace. Preceded in death by par ents; and daughter, Patricia Blythe. Survived by wife of 48 years, former Mildred Nemeth; children/ Barbara Huli, Johnstown; Carol J., married to Robert W. Deater Jr., Washington, Pa.; James Jr., married to former Beth Vejrna, Boswell; grandchildren, Michael' and Jennifer Hull; Allison and Melinda Deater, Scott and Matthew Blythe; and Steven and Stefanie Wallace. Served in Marine Corps from 1942 to 1945, saw action in the Marshall Islands. Retired from Hess's Dept. Store, Nov. 6,1991. Mem ber of Post 155, VFW; and Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, where Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 a.m. Thursday, Monsig nor Thomas K. Mabon. Friends re ceived-from 2 to 4 and. 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Frank Duca Funeral Home, Westmont Chapel, 1622 Menoher Blvd. Entombment, Grandview Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Our Moth er of.sorrows Catholic Church or to Good Samaritan Hospice in his mem ory. WALLACE - John F. Sr., 69, Johns town, died Nov. 9,1995, at Lee Hospi tal. Born Jan. 10, 1926, in Johnstown, son of John S. and Emma (Shoe maker) Wallace. Preceded in death by father. Survived by mother, wife, former Janet Maley, to whom he was married 48 years; children: John Jr., married to former Betty Savering; Karen, wife of Michael Roles; and Thomas, all of Johnstown; grandchil dren: Kimberly, Brian and Amy; and great-grandchildren, Cody and Chris topher. Mr. Wallace retired from the Pennsylvania Dept. of Welfare. World War II Army veteran. Member of St. John Gualbert Cathedral, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, Monsignor George B. Flinn. Interment, Grandview Cem etery, where military rite will be held. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at The Picking- Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc., where wake service will be said Sunday af ternoon and Rosary-Altar Society will lead the Rosary at 7:30.

4 ii* CJl ri WALSH - Robert Michael, 43, Chesterton, Ind., formerly of Ferndale, died July 19, 1995, in Indiana. Born March 1,1952, in Johnstown, be loved son of Robert E. and Bette I. (Gillin) Walsh. Survived by parents, Ferndale; children: Brandi Lynn, Johnstown; and Apryle Bonnie and Jeremy, both of Nanty Glo; sister, Bonnie Lynn Warren, Shelby, N.C.; and brothers, Mark JA and Scott Paul, both of Johnstown. Member of St. Andrew Catholic Church. Was an avid hunter and fisherman, member of Centennial Farms Gun Club; Jennerstown Community Sportsmen's Club; and Ferndale Sportsmen's Club. Also a member of Ferndale Volun teer Fire Co. Employed by Bethle hem Steel Corp., Burns Harbor, Ind. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where wake service will be held Sunday evening, followed by Rosary, Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Monday at St. Andrew's church, Father Barry J. Baroni. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Bob is at peace. WALSH Walter F., 89, Spangler, died Sept. 17, 1995, under the care of his daughter at her home. Born Oct. 18,1906, in Spangler, son of Lawrence M. and Ellen (Kennedy) Walsh. Pre ceded in death by parents; wife, for mer Dorothy Maholtz; brothers, Law rence and Paul; sisters, Bernadine O'Conner and Kathleen Hudson. Sur vived by daughter, Anne, married to George P. Elias, Esq., Barnesboro; granddaughters: Dorothy and Mary Elizabeth Elias, and grandson, George W. Elias, Barnesboro. Brother of Leona Dowey, Carrolltown; E<I: ward, Johnstown, Ohio; Zita Orlasky; Meadville; Irene Evans, Feastervillfef Mary King, Meadville; and Helen Rescinito, Warren, Mich. Member of the American Legion and Holy Cross Catholic Church and Cemetery Assn. A World War II Army veteran. Re tired from the U.S. Postal Service as postmaster of the Spangler Post Of fice. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Long-Contres Funeral Home Inc., Barnesboro, where wake service will be held Mon day evening. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Cross Catholic Church. Inter ment, church cemetery. WALSH - William J., 78, Brush Val ley, died March 4, 1995, at Lee Hospi tal. Born May 10,1916, in Jerome, son of Pierce and Irene (McGinty) Walsh. Preceded in death by parents; wife, the former Carrie Brown; and broth ers and sisters. Survived by these children: James, married to the for mer Peg Fairman, Lexington, S.C.; William C, married to the former Brenda Hewitt, of Robinson; and Bev erly, married to Paul Berezansky, Seward R.D. 2; 12 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Member of Brush Valley United Methodist Church. Retired from Pennsylvania Railroad with 35 years' service. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Jon A. Meese Funeral Home, VanHorn and Fifth street, Seward, where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, the Rev. John Logan. Interment, Brush Valley Cemetery. WALTER - Dorothy W., 85, 108 Merritt St., died Dec. 20,1995, at Lee Hospital. Born Sept. 20, 1910, in Johnstown, daughter of late William and Minerva (Walters) Ashcom. Pre ceded in death by sons, William and Vaughn; five brothers; and one sister. Survived by husband, Amos E., and these children: Fred, Tampa, Fla.; Patricia Walter Mikolic, Johnstown; Irvin, Tampa, Fla.; and Carl, Elizabethtown; also 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Member of Morrellville Church of the Breth ren. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at William T. Hindman Funeral Home, Chandler Avenue, where service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, the Rev. John Manges. Interment, Benshoff Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends who wish may make contributions to the Morrellville Church of the Breth ren. WALTERS Geneva Kathleen, 79, Somerset, died Sept. 28,1995, at Som erset Hospital. Born Sept. 27,1916, in Stoystown, daughter of late Harry Lincoln and Martha (Gilmour) Mar tin Also preceded in death by hus band, Blaine Foster "Bud" Walters, who died on July 28, 1990; and brother, Jack Lowell Martin. Sur vived by these children: Mrs. Charles T (Carol) Whitfield, Schellsburg R.D. 2; and James M. Walters, mar ried to former Beth Morris, Indian Lake; and grandchildren, Douglas Alan, Nanette Cheryl and Michael James Whitfield. Also survived by special cousin, Jolene Martin, Langhorne, Pa. Was co-founder, with her husband, of Walters' Tire Service of Somerset and Mountain Meadow Farms, Schellsburg. Member of Trin ity Lutheran Church, Somerset. Mem ber and past president of Somerset Hospital Auxiliary. Member and past president of Somerset Welfare League. Member of Trinity Chapter 138, OES. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Hauger- Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset, where service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, the Rev. Robert L. Hoover Jr. officiating. Interment, Somerset County Memorial Park. Family sug gests contributions be made to Mary S. Biesecker Library, 230 S. Rosina Ave., Somerset, Pa ; Somerset Welfare League, P.O. Box 605, Somer set, Pa ; or a charity of your choice. i WALTMAN - Floyd S., 65, South Fork, went home to our Lord Jesus on Oct. 19, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born Feb. 25,1930, in Cresson, son of Lloyd H. and Mary A. (Luther) Waltman. Preceded in death by father. Survived by mother, Mary Waltman, Rose of Sharon. Home, Stl Michael; wife, Goldie G., South Fork; and these children: Nola, wife of Theodore Eppley, Mechanicsburg; Kellie, wife of Barry Taylor, Balti more, Md.; Leah,1 wife of Bruce Ryan, Portage; Melinda, wife of Randy Dressier, Harrisburg; Floyd S. Jr., married to former Dawn Wasser, Dover, Pa.; also these grandchildren: Lona and Steven Epp ley; Tia, Amber and Misty Taylor, Jeremy Waltman; Leah Soule; Jesse Ryan; Shanna and Shane Fresch; and Shena, Eric,'Shane and Randy Jr. Dressier. Also survived by sister, Armelda Byrnes, Baltimore, Md.; and brothers, Duane, Baltimore, Md.; and Robert, Punxsutawney. Member of First United Methodist Church, South Fork. Graduate of St. Francis Col lege, Loretto, Class of Attended Vincennes University, Vincennes, Ind., and Penn State. Certified public accountant, from 1970, in Johnstown and South Fork. Friends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday and from 11 a.m. until time of service at 2 p.m. Saturday at Charles O. Dimond Fu neral Home Inc., South Fork, the Rev. John H. Weaver officiating. Inter ment, Forest Lawn Cemetery.

5 I'Uitr- ' WhRCHOLA-Michael, 70, of 19 Re ^ U, IB, at Memorial gency South, Carlisle, died Sunday at Meajcal Center, after an extended ill home. Born Nov. 14, 1924, in Johns town, son of the late Philip and Magdelena Warchola. Retired from the U.S. Navy and David W. Green Co., ness. Born July 31, 1931, in Johns town, daughter of Andrew and Mary Ann (Rusnica) Rzasa. Preceded in Columbia, Pa. Member of St. Joseph death by parents; husband, Thomas C.'and Anna (Lupek) Wargo. Preceded in death by parents; son, Leonard; and brother, Robert Wargo. Survived by Church, Mechanicsburg. He was pre W. Walucas; sisters, Veronica Rzasa and Matilda Mytrysak; and brothers, Stanley, WARGO James R., 72, o[oo vc,,augo St., died Feb. 5, 1995, at Cone maugh hospital. Born March 3, 1922, in Franklin Borough, son of Anthony ceded in death by a daughter, Patri cia A Palese. Husband of Betty. L. (Ellsworth) Warchola; father of Thomas M, of Philadelphia; Lynde K. Henry and Andrew Rzasa. Survived by these brothers and sis ters; Anthony Rzasa, New Carrollton, wife of 50 years, former Lucille Wood, and these children: Renard of Carlisle; Susan L. Warcho Md.; Genevieve Kogut, Homer City; Mae Kiraly, Duncansville; and Fred Rzasa, Johnstown. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews; greatnieces and great-nephews; and great- la of Lancaster, Beth A. Warchola of Carlisle, Mary A. Metzgar of Silver Thorn,. Colo. Brother of John, of Johnstown. Grandfather of eight and great-grandfather of three. Mass of great-nieces and nephews. Retired employee of Conemaugh Memorial Hospital. Lifetime member of St. Kuan Burial will be 10:30 a.m d Ray mond, married to in his church. Burial wi11 Casimir's Catholic Church where Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 11 a.m. Friday, the former Connor, Carol Johns-' town; Kathleen Smith, Johns town; and Janet, married to Kevin. O'Neill, Tarpon Springs, Ala.; grand children: Leonard E. Wargo Jr.; Kimberly Diehl; Nicole K. and Robert Wargo; Jason N. and Jennifer M. Smith; and Kristen M. and Michael J. O'Neill- and two great-grandchildren. Also survived by mother-in-law, Grace Wood; and brother, Char es A married to former Evelyn Flon, Ba - Umore,Md. World War II Army vet "Bozo," 85, Cen- a5%sept, Wid hpr HosDital Born June 1 MorreUvme, son of Pete and Theresa WAREFIELD - Clara A^ (WoodUng), fio Patton R.D., died Friday, Aug. 25, Rorn Nov 16, 1934, in Twin Rocks, daughter of Harold and Adabelle (Crawford) Woodling. Preceded l Hpath bv parents, and an an, where a Mass of Christian 'will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. MonMjjor Warefield whom she marnea uti. *, view daughter" Married 43 years to Philip married Ford f to 1952 former N J Larry, married to former Jerz of Post 954 CWV; Harmon" Sb5 at Miner^ Hospital, Spangler. in Wheeling, W.Va. Surviving are her husband, and these.children. Central City; step- Thomas Mabon. Mermen*. gran* Cemetery.-'Fnends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Francis Goi Funeral Home Inc., Broad Street where wake service will be Held at 3 P.m. Graveside military rite by Post 5107, VFW. rdb^iti»rat*rss G?^r»sband\sas; Marv Barzydlo and Ann Kochan, both ^Central City, and Helen D'Esposito ariionpassd S.rvi.ed b, hus- Ravonne N J. Member of Local b4iu, SmWA Friends received from r,dj W«Ua«, I VVarhul, an A?a to 4 ill and 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday a[ Mufcahy S R Miles Zdinak. Mermen Euneral home. service being i Cemetery, Patton. Sert Uenbangb. Grandview Cemetery., I M «-1

6 WARNER - Myrtle P. "Mert," 88, 132 Shapiro Road, Loretto, formerly of Gallitzin, died Feb. 5, 1995, at the Club and Art Association of Indiana. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at RobinsonLytle Inc., Indiana, Pa. Services will home of her daughter with whom she resided. Born Dec. 27, 1906, in East be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Carroll Township, daughter of late Timothy J. and Anna P. (Sherry) Elig. Preceded in death by husband, Harry C, on Jan. 11, 1954; son-in-law, Mil- Grace United Methodist Church, Indi ana, Pa., with the Rev. R. Gerald Schmidt Grandview lard "Hez" Gallagher; brothers, Al bert, Joseph and Earl; and sisters officiating. Interment, Cemetery, Johnstown Contributions may be made to Ameri can Cancer Society, or to Grace Unit Patricia DeHann, Elsie Holmes' Alma Blair, Marie Illig and Catherine Be lo. Survived by daughter, Laverne Ga lagher, Loretto R.D., and grand ed Methodist Church Memorial Fund. Harris Jr., Cresson; Debra, married to David E. Rose, Loretto; Donna Conemaugh Memorial Medical Cen WARZEL - Anna V., 82, 120 Fifth St Iwin Rocks, died April 5, 1995 children, Virginia, married to John ter. Born July 15,1912, in Homestead daughter of John Sr. and Maria (Jacob) MacKanick. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Theodore who died on July 13, 1988; sister, Mar married to Charles Baran, Windber Joseph, Johnstown; Sharlene, married to Roger Ellis, Foster, Okla.; and t>cott a special grandson; also nine ie Sitarsky; and brothers Andrew great-grandchildren. Sister of Robert Washic, all of Colver. Army veteran of World War II. Retired from East ern Associated Coal Member Wash, Union Dale, N.Y.; Bernadine Nazarak, Ebensburg R.D.; Rita Church, Colver. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Matevish vvpr7di ice will be held. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Thursday at Holy Family Catho lic Church, Colver, the Rev. James B. Coveney celebrant. Interment, church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Station 40 Tech and Rescue oi Colver in Andrew's memory. WmtWMnJSUN) - Mrs. Mary TNrn'n d i "ai^ei, i win Kocks; gj Jacqueline Bencosk'y Thomas Maher. Interment, st jp neks Cemetery, Gallitzin. Liturgical wake service will be held Tuesday af fnrd7fn-flends received from 2yto 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Lenz-Gib bons Funeral Home, Gallitzin pllll - Johnstown., 74, at - received from 7 to 9 prn June ^l, 1921, m Johnstown daughter lnursday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 nm (opeicher) Coll vpr c.m,; Home. Nanf,7 m~ y at Bowser-OndriezekF fsolh Tr,?1W d and jkss?iday^ Bo Ondriez k punes Home, Nanty Glo, where wake ~i.. UIlcIdJ LW? e F ^ o?c r W Burial, Fdda of Christian Sat Father Matthew Misurda. Interment" Holy Name Cemetery, Ebensbu ' WASHIC WASHIC - Andrew, 77, Box 111 lerd APf ". 1995,'at Altoona Born Aug i ) hic.0fjh Preceded in death bv parent;; wife, the former Frances Chensky, to whom he was married for ae year; ^ thers Michael, C _, Monday odiiko, "'uulcl ui ueorge s Steven, Madera; Christine (JSCGOla IVf i II C *** - sky, Madera; also th'ree^grand^hil- t ew Cemetery serv "rday at St. Charles chu^hs Ret st Funeral Sarah T i^m*5'1 maitied to fo' er S ' Loretto, where, Mass of BiH. Matevish ^arah J Little, Twin Rocks; daughter i-jiaine J U11 aa.m. mmwwednesday, TaI WiI1 bethec^brated a Rev' Mser mfrk 1 ^ i &. Home, Ebensburg, where wake serv former Arlene Drabbant, Laurel Md IigKeEiadr?d!ZaS' Fo;merdlyJOSemh yed by Grain", Pn,,u,,, Ga^lit^. i L_ Corp., Colver. of Holy Family Catholic so0*" i* a",d T.Ge rgesons, Edward Warzel,Survived married by to A- -tag, Ebensburg R.D Genevieve Dec. at dren: KndrevJ, MlC^ 544

7 "(ft 111- ct(rilmm-(ini'iiutrr<ml WASKO - George J., 82, Portage, died Oct. 23,1995, at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Born Dec. 11,1912, in Portage, son of George and Theresa (Wassel) Wasko. Preceded in death by parents and sisters, Elizabeth Vasas and Theresa Nagy. Survived by wife, former Margaret "Peg" Vidinsky, and these daughters: Peggyann, wife of Kenneth Trimbath, and Barbara, wife of Dave Prostejovsky, also sur vived by grandsons, Kenneth Tiger, Brett and Jeff Trimbath, and great grandchildren, Tyler, Taylor and McKenna. Mr. Wasko was a self-em ployed businessman who established, owned and operated several area businesses that include: Wasko Auto Supply ( ), Rex Theater (1950), Rivoli Theater (1953) and Bar- Ann Drive-in Theater ( , all of Portage; Dale Theater, Johnstown ( ); WWML-AM radio station Portage ( ); Norge Wash and Dry Laundry, Geistown ( ); and a closed-circuit TV station in Portaee. He was formerly employed SaXd miner ( ), PennDOT bridee inspector ( ), PrudentSl insurance agent ( ) and fireman and engineer on the railroad ( ). Mr. Wasko served as pres ident of P.V.F.C. (1950); president of Cambria County Fire Association (1952); president of Mainhne Industri al Development Association ( ); trustee of Pennsylvania State Hospital, Homdaysbure board mem ber of Portage Water Authority ( ); Portage Area school board member, Portage Township supervi- S ); president of Portage Area Businessmen's Association; or ganizer and first president of Portage Lions Club; and organizer of Low Cost Housing Project to Portage Mr Wasko also served his church in many capacities: First altar boy for Se newly formed Hungarian Church in Portage in 1921, served under eight priests. Under last five priests, he was a grown man and served asi need ed Served as lector ( ) and interpreter for Hungarian priests. Taught catechism and Hungarian reading and writing. Supervised the choir, helped redact Easterpassion nlavs for 40 years and assisted the gsts for 30 "years with the Blessing of the Homes. 4th degree Kmght of Columbus and member of Council 2275 K. of C. Organizer and first pres ident for 10 years of Nocturnal AdoratSn Society. Mr. Wasko receded the first "Man of the Year Award from the Portage Development Asso ciation and received the first Prince Gallitzin Cross awarded by the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 11 a.m. Friday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Portage, Father Ronald Yogus, celebrant. Interment, church cemetery. Fire company memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Christian wake service will be held at 8 p m Thursday. Family suggests that memorials be made to Portage Li brary or St. John's Church. WASS - Ann R., 85, 1236 O'Connor St died May 29,1995, at Good Samar itan Nursing Care Center. Born Feb. 25, 1910, in Johnstown, daughter of John E. and Juliann (Rusnak) Wass. Preceded in death by parents- broth ers, George, John, Edward and Ber nard; and sister, Mary Buettnen Sis ter of Elizabeth Wass, Gertrude Scott Ida Clark and Agnes Diamond, all of Johnstown; and Leo Wass Ene. Re tired secretary at Hiram G. Andrews Center. Member of Mother Seaton Guild, Rosary Society and Visitation BVM Catholic Church, where Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 a.m. Thursday, the Rev. Martin D. McCamley. Interment Im maculate Conception Cemetery Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Francis G Ozog Funeral Home Inc., Broad Street where wake service will be held Wednesday evening. WASSER - Robert J. "Ike," 65, Ete ensburg, died June 29,1995, at home. Born Dec. 14,1929, in Ebensburg, son of Robert A. Wasser and Florence (Litzinger) Wasser-DeScanio. Preced* ed in death by father and infant sis ter, Naomi. Survived by mother, Ashville; wife, former Betty Natcherrand these children: Diane, wife of Fred Coposky, Revloc; Debra Burk and friend, Michael Zapp, Duncansville; Barry and friend, Christine Keener,' Erie; and Brian, Strongstown; also. grandchildren, Scott, Sondra and Seth Coposky and Dawn and David Burk. Brother of Jane Hatch, Betty Lou. DeSalvo, Rita Eckenrode, Fred and; Jay, all of Ebensburg. Also survivedby special nephew, Joe Wasser, with. whom he spent much time, and nu-; merous nieces and nephews. Member of Holy Name Catholic Church. Life. member of Dauntless Fire Company," where he had served as a former trustee. Member of Volunteer Fire-, mans Association of Cambria County; and Vicinity. Retired from Bell Tele phone Co. An Air Force veteran he. had served stateside during the Kore-. an Conflict. For many years, hew an avid football fan of Central Camjbria High School. He will be missed. a he 40-yard line. Friends received: from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4- and 7 to 9 p-m. Sunday at Askew-. Houser Funeral Homes Inc., Ebens-; furg, where liturgical wake service;, will be held Sunday evening Mass o siras sr Name Cemetery. Fireman^ memori al service will be held at 7 pm Sun. day at the funeral home Memorial, contributions may be made to Cen tal Cambria High School footballteam. WATEEHOUSE - Dolores M* (Aitken), 68, Tucson Ariz died June- 4, 1995, in Tucson. Born Nov.1,1926, \n Tolver Pa., daughter of late WU-_ Skm and Borgia (lu) Aitken^ rpded in death by husband, Surged by dauw' "^ Borland; son, Lamoine Jr.; and grandchildren, all of Tucson^and ters, Betty Anthony, CoIvct R.D., and Shirley Griffith, Northfield, Oh^ S erment, Thursday in Tucson,

8 WATERMAN Frederick "Fritz," 69, Grand Junction, Colo., formerly of Johnstown, died May 8, 1995/at his residence. Born Aug. 10, 1925, in Chi cago, 111., son of Fred Walters and Elizabeth Margaret (Waters) Water man. Preceded in death by parents and brother, John D. Waterman. Sur vived by wife, Barbara (Thompson) Waterman, whom he married Dec. 4, 1965, in Helena, Mont.; sons, Freder ick, and wife, Karen Waterman, Sci- tuate, Mass.; Daniel F.' Waterman, Munich, Germany;, and Nathaniel P. Waterman, Grand Junction; daughter, Barbara, and husband, Peter Folger, San Francisco, Calif.; also six grand children. Brother of Barbara W. Fisher, Guilford, Conn.; Elizabeth W. Eagleton, Sanibel, Fla.; and Alice June Eastman, Baltimore, Md. Grad uate of Phillips Exeter Academy, Ex eter, N.H.; and Yale University, New Haven, Conn., with a bachelor's de gree in engineering and English. Owner and operator of Western Slope Welding Supply and the Great Plains Co. Ln Cheyenne, Wyo. Regional man ager of Linde Division of Union Car bide Carbon Corp. for 17 years. Mem ber of Immaculate Heart' of Mary Catholic Church, Grand Junction, Quiet Birdman, Chamber of Com merce, International Oxygen Manu facturers Association and Interna tional Welding Distributors Association. U.S. Navy World War II veteran, serving on the USS Cleve land. Previously lived in Iowa, Cali fornia, New Jersey and New York, moving to Grand Junction in Had been a pilot since 1953 and held the ratings of single engine seaplanes and single and multi-engine land with commercial and instrument valida tions. He piloted a twin engine Cessna across the Atlantic Ocean in His special interests were flying and golf ing. He spoke German and French fluently. Was a prodigious reader. There will be no visitation. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Thursday at Immacu late Heart of Mary Catholic Church, the Rev.,Jerome Rykowski. Burial, Mesa View Cemetery, Delta, Colo. Callahan-Edfast Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Memorial contribu tions may be made to Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 776 Bookcliff Ave., Grand Junction, Colo., G WATTMAN Rachel B., 55, Town House Towers, died Feb. 28, 1995, at home. Born Feb. 24, 1940, in Johns town, daughter of late John A. and Rachel (Haddle) Adams. Preceded in death by brother, John Adams Jr. Survived by these children: Louis Jr., Valerie, and Lisa, all of Johnstown; also six grandchildren; longtime fam ily friend, Tiffany Alicardi; and spe cial friend, Jon Podvojsky. Sister of Ralph Adams, Johnstown. Member of. Calvary United Methodist Church. No visitation at family's request. Memo rial service, 3 p.m. Saturday at Cal vary United Methodist Church, Chan dler Avenue, the Rev. Edison B: Heard. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to American Cancer Society or Community Nurs> ing Hospice. Arrangements by Wil liam T. Hindman Funeral Home, Chandler Avenue. WAVREK - Elizabeth C. "Libby," 73, Richland, died May 13, 1995, at Laurelwood Convalescent Center. Born May 30, 1921, in Johnstown, daughter of John and Veronica (Nagy) Wavrek. Preceded in death by parents; a halfsister, Helen Whittemore; and a halfbrother, Andrew Vanglarick. Brother of Cletus B., Richland; and these nieces and nephews: Janet Moore, JoAnn Mock, Cletus J. "Skip," and Scott E. Wavrek, and Wayne, Colby, the Sisters of St. Ann at Ebensburg. A leader for many years with Troops 55 and 96 at St. Emerich's church. Friends received 2 to 9 p.m. Monday at The Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland. Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Emerich's church, Father George D. Koharchik. nephews. U.S. Air Force veteran. Barnesboro Borough employee. Local shop steward for AFSCME. Avid sportsman. Member of Mountain Country Sportsmen Club, Sinnamahoning. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Long-Contres Funer al Home Inc., Barnesboro, where fu neral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, the Rev. Peter.Foley. Interment, North Barnesboro 'Ceme tery. WEAKLAND Katherynf 84, Indi ana R.D. 5, formerly- of Allport, died Feb. 2,1995, at Indiana Hospital. Born June 22, 1910, in Allport, daughter of Jacob and Mary (Kieznar) Zernick. Preceded in death by parents; hus band, Gerald, who died in 1951; and brothers, Andrew and Stanley. Sur vived by son, Joseph, and grand daughter, Carrie Sue, Fort Washing ton, Md. Friends received from 12:30 p.m. until time of service at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at 'Long-Contres Funeral Home Inc., Barnesboro, the Rev. Msgr. Anthony Little. Interment, St. WEAKLAND Marie T. (Harriganj, ich Catholic Church and a friend of Scout Also survived by several nieces and Bernard's Cemetery. and Richard Whittemore. Also sur vived by family friend, Patricia Croyle. She retired with 40 years' service at the Tipton Plant No. 27 of PPG Industries. Member of St. Emer- Girl death by parents; brother, Ronald; and infant sister, Lorraine. Survived by brother, Harold, Baltimore, Md.; sisters, Verelda Churella, Whittier, Calif.; and Ada Baker, Norwalk, Calif. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. WEAKLAND - Calvin Blaine, 60, Barnesboro, died April 24, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center, Johns town. Born Sept. 29, 1934, in Barnes boro, son of Andrew V. and Ruth (Rhodes) Weakland. Preceded in 91, West Carroll Street, Carrolltown, died Sunday, Aug. 20, 1995, at Miners Hospital, Spangler. Born Oct. 15,1903, in Spangler, the^daughter of Myles and Ella (Scanlan) Harrigan. Preced ed in death by parents; husband, Fred D. Weakland, who died Jan. 27, 1971; brother, Myles Patrick Harrigan Jr.; and sister, Eleanor Lacey. She is sur vived by her son, Denny F. Weakland, of Carrolltown; also these nieces and nephews: Drinda Harrigan, Carol Ann Hauzie, Arthur M. Harrigan, Georgia Rose Spontac, Shirley May Angerman, Lois June Watson, Joseph Ashcroft, Daniel Ashcroft, and Ronald Ashcroft. She was a member of St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church and its Altar Rosary Society, the Carroll town Fire Company Auxiliary, and the American Legion Post 506 Ladies Auxiliary. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Stevens Funeral Home Inc., Carrolltown, with vigil service being held Monday evening. Funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment, St. Benedict Cemetery, Carrolltown.

9 <J1 Ijr CJI i iluinr-(idrtiim in I WEAKLAND - Nell ' Ruth, 77, Greensburg, formerly of Bolivar R.D. 1, died Feb. 8, 1995, at West moreland Manor, Greensburg. Born March 9, 1917, in Hempfield Town ship, daughter of late George and Anna Treasure. Preceded in death by husband, Norman Paul Weakland. Survived by a niece and two nephews. Member of Bolivar United Presbyte rian Church. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at J. Paul McCracken Funeral Home, Bolivar, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, the Rev. Caroline W. Wilson.. Interment, Bolivar Westview Ceme tery. WEAKLAND - R.A. "Spud," 86, Ven ice, Fla., formerly of Pittsburgh* and St Boniface, Pa., died^at 9 p.m. Tues day, March 14, 1995, at Venice Nurs ing Pavilion South, Venice, Fla. Pre-: ceded in death by parents and sisters, Gen^vieve Gooderham, Beatrice Yahner and Bernadette McCann. Survived*by wife, former Ann Mcllwee; sisters, Elizabeth Seymour and Con stance Gueguen; and a number of nieces and nephews. Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m.- Satur day, March 18, at St. Boniface Catho lic Church: Arrangements by Easly Funeral Home, Hastings. WEAKLAND - William _W., 73, 3221 Wayne St., Erie, passed away Nov. 27, Born June 12, 1922, in Altoona, son of late Russsell B. and Veronica (Eichensehr) Weakland. Mr. Weakland was owner and operator of Weakland Insulation, retiring in He served with the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II, Pacific Theater. Member of Erie Yacht Club; East Erie Turners, Past Commodore Erie Power Squadron. Preceded in death by brother, Thomas R. Weakland. Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Marian L. (Knecht) Weakland; sons, George Weakland, Mount Pleas ant; and William J. Weakland, Hud son, Fla.; six grandchildren; brother. Russell E. Weakland, Holiday, Fla.; sisters, Vera May Trabold, Johns town; and Patricia Jackson, Erie; and many nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at A. Brugger & Sons Fu neral Home, 845 E. 38th St., Erie, and may attend services at 10 a.m. Thurs day at the funeral home, followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m. at St. Peter Cathedral. Interment, Trinity Cemetery, Erie. WEAT Mary R., 73, Upper Yoder Township, died June 20,1995, at Wind ber Hospice. Born March 21, 1922, in Johnstown, daughter of late Joseph E. and Marion A. (Santarcangelo) Weat. Survived by sister, Phyl J., married to Richard L. DelSignore, with whom she resided; nephews, Joseph R., maried to former Nancy Thompson, and Richard M., married to former Michele T. DiGuardi; niece, Lisa M., married to Robert Hoegg; and these grandnephews and grandnieces: Christopher, Matthew, Richard, Dan iel, Jodi, Victoria and Jill DelSignore and Bryan Hoegg. Member of St. Clement's Catholic Church. Former supervisor at Penh Traffic dining room. Friends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where wake serv ice will be held at 2:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Clement Church, the Rev. Msgr. William Shultz. Entombment, Grandview Mausoleum. Memorial contribu tions may be made to.windber Hos pice. WEAVER-PRICE - Mrs. Catherine J., 81, Portage, died Feb. 4, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born April 30, 1913, in Portage, daughter of John and Anna (Pavelek) Kanis. Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Elmer Price; second husband, Richard ;E. Weaver; sisters, Mary Barren and Anna McQuillen; brothers, John"Jr. and Joseph; also sister-in-law, Elea nor Kanis. Survived by brother,; Ste phen; Glen Burnie, Md.; also numer ous nieces and nephews, including Mel McQuillen, Portage, and Joann Engle, Williamsport: Member of."as sumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church and Portage Senior Citizens. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Jean H. Kinley Funer al- Home, Portage, where wake serv: ice will be held Monday evening. Mass of Christian Burial at noon Tuesday at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, the Rev. Msgf. John R. Sasway, celebrant. Interment^church cemeterv. 547 WEAVER. David D., 72, 30 Lucinda Lane, Windber, died Jan. 9, 1995, at home. Born Feb. 6, 1922, in Windber, son of late Levi and Lucinda (Custer) Weaver. Preceded in death by sister, Hazel; brothers, Stanton, Merrill, Levi, Eugene, Dwight, and Dalton; and infant brothers, Samuel and Glenn. Survived by wife, former Gla dys Schaller, Windber, and these chil dren:. Mark, married to former Judy Rummel, Windber, Cynthia, wife of Walter Florimont, Wildwood, N.J.; Craig,"married to former Rose Ann Tomkosky, and Joel, married to for mer Kris Philibin, both of Windber; also survived by seven grandchildren. Brother of Edward, married to for mer Jane Hechler; and Martha, wife of John Vargo; both of Windber, and Lillian Janosik, Euclid, Ohio. Member of Mount Zion Lutheran Church, Scalp Level. Lifetime Windber area farmer. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Meek Fu neral.home.inc.,.windber, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. Brian Armen. Interment; Berkey Cemetery. WEAVER..Dorothy Mae, 85, Laurelwood Convalescent Center, -for merly of Mowrey.Ave., died Jan.*-7, 1995, at Conemaugh hospital, after*an extended illness. Born Dec. 16, 1909, in Johnstown, daughter of Carl O^and Catherine Gertrude (Pfaller) Bow man. Preceded in death by parents, and son, Rodney. Survived by daugh ter-in-law, Ruth, wife of Russell Thomas, Reseda, Calif.; and sisters: Josephine Bowman, who is residing at Laurelwood Convalescent Center; and Emma Jean, wife of Wilfred E. Boxler," Johnstown; grandchilcken: Mary Kay, wife of Thomas Mopre, and Dorothy, wife of Terry Bartnefcfc, both of Mesa, Ariz.; and Holly, wife of William Tant,- Reseda, Calif. Alsojurvived by nieces: Jean Ann Sullivan, Kathleen Kroehl, and Susan SeFfert and four great-grandchildren. Alifellong member of Franklin Street Unit ed Methodist Church. Retired teacher with Johnstown School District teaching in the Roxbury School. A graduate of Indiana University of Penna. No visitation. Private service at convenience of the family, the Rev. Donald J. Joiner. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Arrangements, by John Henderson Co. Funeral Home.

10 Cfiljr (Jlrilumr.fflrmnr WEAVER Hazel W., 91, 207 Ottawa St., died Aug. 14, 1995, at home. Born Nov. 7, 1903, in Portage, daughter of late William H. and Alice Belle (Watkins) Towle. Preceded in death by husband, William H.; and sisters, Vio la Fullmer, Alma Mauro and Flor ence Eicher. Survived by nephew, Evan C. Jenkins, Johnstown; and nieces, Elda Stuver, Johnstown; and Clarbel Hoyt, Corry, Pa. Member of First United Methodist Church. No visitation. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday at Arbutus Park Manor Chapel. Interment, Grandview Ceme tery, at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to First United Methodist Church memorial fund. Arrange ments by Henderson-Ketterer Funer al Home, Geistown. WEAVER - James Robert, 73, Johnstown, died Oct. 5,1995, at Windber Hospice. Born Sept. 27, 1922, In Dunlo, son of late Harry and Marga ret (Young) Weaver. Preceded in death by brother, Charles. Survived by wife, former Dorothy Orlando; daughter, Linda, wife of John Orlosky, Johnstown; and much-loved grandchildren, Christopher Leffler, Pittsburgh; Tracy Fleck, and Rebec ca Leffler, both of Johnstown; and great-grandchildren, Amanda and Benjamin Fleck. Brother of Oliye Mock, Johnstown. Retired rigger from mechanical dept., Bethlehem Steel Corp. Member of Retired Meft's Club. Volunteer and member of Sen ior Citizens. Volunteer for St. Vincent DePaul. Army veteran of World War II. Served on various committees; of and was a member of St. John Gualbert Cathedral, where Mass of Chris tian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Monsignor George B. Flirin, VG. Interment, Richland Cemetery. Friends received from 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday at The Picking-Treece^Bennett Mortuary Inc. Vigil service will be held Sunday. In memory of James Weaver those who wish may make contributions to Windber Hospce, 600 Somerset Ave., Windber, Pa WEAVER Marie M., 75, Atrium Manor, formerly of Miles Street, died Aug. 22, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born Dec. 3, 1919, in Johnstown, daughter of late William and Helen (Bischof) Kirchner. Preceded in death by hus band, Wilbur F.; and brothers, Harry, William H., Robert C. and John. Sur vived by sisters-in-law, Elda Varner; and Amelia, Marge and Laura Kirchner; and numerous nieces and nephews. Member of Walnut Grove Church of the Brethren. At Mrs. Weaver's request, there will be no viewing or visitation. Interment, Richland Cemetery. Geisel Funeral Home, Dale, is in charge of arrange ments. WEAVER - Odie M., 95, 1005 Hoff man Ave., formerly of 546 Moringland Drive, Windber, died Dec. 6, 1995, at the Church of the Brethren Home. Born Oct. 8,1900, in Somerset County, daughter of late Solomon and Julia (Pebley) Manges. Preceded in death by husband, Austin; daughter, Harriet; great-grandson, Dwayne; and 10 brothers and sisters. Survived by daughter, Twila, widow of Ber nard Helman, Windber, eight grand children; 19 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Mem ber of Berkey Church of the Brethren. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Meek Funeral Home Inc., Windber, and from noon until time of service at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Berkey,Church of the Brethren, Pastors Earl Crissman and Roger Thomas. Interment, Berkey Ceme tery. KRISE-WEAVER - Rose Mary, 85, Johnstown, died Sept. 3,1995, at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Born Jan. 6, 1910, in Johnstown, daughter of William J. and Jane (Boyle) Sweeney. Preceded in death by parents; hus band, George W. Krise; grandsons, Thomas and Joseph Weaver; broth ers, Thomas, John and Webster, and sisters, Anne, Margaret, Julia, Eve lyn, Miriam and Elizabeth. Survived by sons, Francis, Albert "Ted," and William; and daughters, Joan Grego ry, Kathleen Ciotti and Joan Weaver Hinkle. Also survived by 29 grand children, 22 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. Last surviving member of her immediate family. Member of St. Patrick Catho lic Church and Altar-Rosary Society. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Moskal & Kennedy Colo nial Funeral Home, Ohio Street and Highland Avene, where wake service will be held Tuesday evening. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick church, Father Harold N. Biller, cele brant. Interment, Grandview Ceme tery. Memorials may be made to American Lung Association, 634 Main St., Johnstown, Pa WEAVER Theima E., 85, Windsor, Pa., died April 24, Bom Oct 6, 1909, in Scalp Level, daughter of Charles V. and Suie (Wingard) Yeager. Preceded in death by brother, Vernon.. Survived by hus band, Cecil C. Weaver; daughter, Joan Redenberger, Altoona; sons, Ronald L., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; and L. Thomas, Parker, Colo.; three grandchildren; brother, Ellsworth, Charlotte, N.C.; and sisters, Florence Kaufman, Windber, and Betty Deyarmin, St. Michael. Memorial service was held at First Church of the Brethren, York. WEBB-KELLEY - Esta H., 85, Up per Yoder Township, died Aug. 4, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born Nov. 17, 1909, in Johnstown, daughter of David H. and Sarah (Noon) Saylor. Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Hugh S. F. Kelley; second husband, John C. Webb; infant daughter, brother, Wilbur Saylor, sister, Mil dred Gamblin; grandson, Hugh W. "Sammy" Kelley Jr.; and an infant great-grandson. Survived by children: Helen L., wife of William A. Bracken; Sarah A. Witko, and fiance Jack Stra it; and Hugh "Sam" Kelley, married to the former Donna Carbaugh; all of Johnstown. Sister of Mable Crotsleyi Todd, Pa.; and Ruth Ripple, Johns town. Also survived by grandchildren: Michelle and William Bracken, Kimberli Green, Charles Witko, and Brian and Pam Kelley; also great-grand daughter, Sarah Green. Member of Roxbury Church of the Brethren. Had been employed at Glosser Bros. Dept. Store and Memorial Hospital. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held 1 p.m. Monday, the Rev. John F. Hessf Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Family suggests contributions to the Roxbury Church of the Brethren. 548

11 (Jlljr CJT i ilnuir -ffllriiini-r;i I WEBB (WASILISIAN) - Mrs. Mary, 77, of New Jersey, formerly of Johns town, died Nov. 18, 1995, in New Jer sey. Born April 4, 1918, in Johnstown, daughter of Andrew and Anna (Hollis) Wasilisian. Preceded in death by par ents; sisters, Anna Gomez and Rose Murphy; brothers, Michael Wassil and Paul Wasilisian. Survived by hus band of 23 years, Franklin Webb. Sis ter of Catherine, wife of Steve Dedianko, Johnstown; Irene, wife of Mario Sanna, Johnstown; Stephanie, wife of the late Paul L. Pratt, Illinois; James, married to former Shirley Werner, Johnstown; also numerous nieces and nephews. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Edward Moskal Funeral Home, 79 J St., Johnstown. Brief service, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at funeral home, followed by Divine Liturgy at 10 a.m. at Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Johnstown, the Very Rev. Msgr. Frank Miloro. Inter ment, Grandview Cemetery. WEBBERKING - Olive (Leidy), 85, Springfield, Pa., died Nov. 25, Born Jan. 22, 1910, in Ambridge. Graduate of former Memorial Hospi tal School of Nursing, Johnstown. Preceded in death by parents, John and Mabelle Leidy, and brother, Warren. Survived by husband, Dudley; son, Larry, Glen Mills; daughter, Doris King, Fredericksburg, Va.; sis ters, Thelma Clark and Violet Fuller, Conemaugh; and Miriam Smith, Johnstown; also two granddaughters; and one great-grandson. WEGRZYNIAK (VIRGENOCK) - Joseph J., 76/ 1815 Somerset Ave., Windber, died April 3, 1995, at home. Born July 7, 1918, in Windber, son of Frank and Katherine (Bednarczyk) Wegrzyniak. Preceded in death by parents; sisters, Mrs. Agnes Devoti, and her husband, Patrick; and Mrs. Mary Toto; and brothers, John Wegrzyniak, and his wife, Grace; and Louis Wegrzyniak, and his wife, Madeline. Survived by brother, Frank Virgenock Jr., married to former Pauline Lucas, Windber, sisters, Ann, wife of Charles Petrilla, Windber, and Rose Ann, wife of Charles Gallo, Cherry Hill, N.J.; also brother-in-law, Vincent Toto, Long Island, N.Y.; and numerous nieces and nephews. A 1980 retiree of Alaska Laborers Construc tion Industry, with 40 years' service, where he worked on the Alaksa Pipe line. Member of Laborers International Union of North America. Member of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Windber, where a memorial funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Friday. At the deceased's request, there will be no viewing or visitation. Interment, St. John Cantius Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements by William Kisiel Funeral Home, Windber. WEIBLE Hazel L., 68, Johnstown, died Sept. 14,1995, at home. Born Feb. 21, 1927, in Spring Hope, Bedford County, daughter of late Wilbur and Estella (Beutman) Miller. Preceded in death by husband, Harry E.; and sisters, Betty and Virginia. Survived by these children: Wanda, wife of Donald Tribett, Phoenix City, Ala.; Gail, wife of Russell Gaylor, Johnstown; and David, married to former Donna Hofe, Omaha, Neb.; and five grandchildren. Sister of Frances, wife of Russel Miller, Mildred, wife~.of Richard Stahl; Naomi Jean, wife of Samuel Wallace; Connie, wife of Duane Carney; James, married to for mer Leona Boring; Allen, married to former Alice Altmiller, and Samuel, married to former Elaine Russell, all of Johnstown; and Alton, married to former Susan Webster, Kentucky. Member of Emmanuel Baptist Church. Family will receive friends from 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Geisel Funeral Home, Dale, where fu neral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Pastor Ray Streets. Inter ment, Grandview Cemetery. ".. WEIBLE - Lester H., 83, Kantner, died June 17, 1995, at Windber Hos pice. Born March 23, 1912, in Shade Township, son of John and Myrta (Weyand) Weible. Preceded in death by parents, and brother, Kenneth. Survived by his wife of 58 years, the former Edna Mae Croyle; daughter, Mrs. Wayne (Betty Ann) Shaffer, Windber, grandson, Brandon Shaffer, sister, Adda Reihl, Twinsburg, Ohio; and sister-in-law, Jeannie Weible, Hooversville R.D. 1. A retired me chanic from Lohr's Implements, Kantner. A World War II Army veter an, having served as a master ser geant in an antiaircraft division. Member of Kantner United Methodist Church; Forbes Area Senior Citizens; and Kantner Rod and Gun Club. Les ter enjoyed woodworking. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Deaner Funeral Home, Stoystown. Viewing from 1:30 p.m. Tuesday until time of service at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Kantner UM Church, the Rev. Jason L. McQueen. Interment, Odd Fellows Cemetery, Stoystown. Memorial contributions may be given to Kantner UM Church Building Fund. WEIDLEIN Karen, 32, Johnstown, died Oct. 30,1995, in Allentown. Born Sept. 19,1963, in Johnstown, daughter of James R. Jr. and Anna (Swineford) Weidlein. Survived by parents; and daughter, Carolyn. Sister of Robert, Maryland; Kathy, Texas; and Kurt; and Kim McClain, both of Johnstown. A 1982 Johnstown High School gradu ate. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Frank Duca Funeral Home, Westmont Chapel, 1622 Menoher Blvd., where funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday. Inter ment, Grandview Cemetery. WEIMER Ermina E. "Minny" (Swank), 89, formerly of Boswell R.D. 2, and Laughlintown, died July 13, 1995, at Maple Mountain Manor, Berlin. Born Oct. 29, 1905, in Lincoln Township, Somerset County, daughter of John and Elsie (Shotts) Swank. Preceded in death by parents; hus band, Frederick H. Sr., in 1965; sister, Annie Weimer, and brother, John Swank. Survived by sons, Frederick H. Jr. "Grammy," married to Emma Roberts, Boswell R.D. 2; and Roy E. "Cork," married to Sandra L. Iscrupe, Laughlintown; special niece, Louise, wife of Don Riffle, Piedmont, S.C., who was raised by the Weimers; grandchildren: Debbie Hall, Vicki Ramsel, Scott Weimer, Galen Rob erts, and Troy and Rene Riffle; and seven great-grandchildren. Sister of Wesley, and Dora Bittner, both of Somerset R.D. 3; Ella Beal, and Elsie Mickolich, both of Acosta. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Hoffman Funeral Home, Allegheny Street, Boswell, where service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sun day, Pastors C.J. Ickes and Gary An derson officiating. Interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Laughlintown. 543

12 (fihr (Jl i iltunr-,itlruuir r.m I WEIMER Reid A., 78, Somerset, died unexpectedly on Jan. 16, 1995, in Somerset Hospital. He was born Sept. 1, 1916, at the Weimer Farm in Milford Township, a son of Reid A. Sr. and Susan Elizabeth (Hay) Weimer. Survived by son, Attorney Douglas Reid Weimer of Somerset and Wash ington, D.C.; two sisters, Leah Mac- Millan of Middletown, Md.; and Leafa MacArthur of Gastonia, N.C.; and a brother, Earl H. Weimer of Somerset; and by numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife of 26 years in 1973, Thelma L. (Lint) Weimer; by., his parents; infant brother, William T. Weimer, and sis: ter, Nellie "Winge'rt. He was an alum: nus of.california State- University (B.S.), and Indiana University (M.Ed.), and did extensive graduate work. He was a combat veteran of World War II and served tours of duty' in North Africa and Italy. He'taught in local schools from 1937 until his retirement from Rockwood High School in He was employed by the.somerset Borough from 1973 until his retire ment in He was serving as a borough judge of elections and doing extensive substitute teaching in coun ty schools at the time of. his death. He served on the advisory board of the Office of Aging, and was a member of Samuel's Lutheran Church; IOOF; VFW (district commander ); Eagles; RSVP; Somerset Grange; Cardiac Club; and Trinity Fellowship. He did substantial volunteer.work with the veterans; Meals on Wheels*' Somerset Hospital Auxiliary; Cancer Society, Somerset. Memorial Day Committee; and other local charities. Friends received at Robert H. Halverson Funeral Home, Somerset, on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Service will be conducted at St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Som erset, with Pastor John Palko~pfficiating, assisted by Rev. Glenn E. Sadler, Friday at 1:30 p.m. No view ing in church.. Interment, Husband Cemetery, Somerset. The family re quests that in lieu of flowers, expres sions of sympathy may be made to the Reid Weimer Scholarship Fund, c/o Fike, Cascio & Boose, <Scull Build ing, Somerset, Pa WEIMER Ruth H., 51, Johnstown, formerly of Conemaugh, died Aug. 4, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born June 21, 1944, in Johnstown, daughter of the late Raymond G. and Margaret L. (Devorick) Killian. Preceded in death by brothers, Raymond and Frederick. Survived by children: Richard, Cone maugh; Robert, married to the for mer Kathy Weikel, Saxton; and Georgia, wife of Ken Vivis, Park Hill; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Also survived by two brothers and two sisters; and fiance, Kenneth Shaffer. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Henderson- Makuchan-Ketterer Funeral Home, Conemaugh, where funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Donald B. Beam. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. WEINZIERL - Mildred R. "Millie," 68, Main Street, Summerhill, died Aug. 13,1995, at Laurel Wood Conva lescent Center, Johnstown. Born Nov. 21, 1926, in Summerhill, daughter of Louis M. and Mary G. (Wirfel) WeinzierL Preceded in death by parents; brother, Leonard Weinzierl; and an infant sister. Survived by brother, Gerald C, married to the former Rose Marie Leach, Johnstown; and sisters, Louise, wife of Raymond Bodenschatz, New Germany; Agatha, wife of Robert Markum, Johnstown R.D. 2; and Grace, wife of Donald Lane, Ebensburg; also sister-in-law, Elizabeth Jacoby, Ebensburg; and many nieces and nephews. "Millie" will be greatly missed in her commu nity of Summerhill. She was a mem ber of St. John's Catholic Church, SummerhilL Friends will be received from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Char les 0. Diamond Funeral Home Inc., South Fork, where wake service will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. John's, the Rev. Daniel Wolfel, O.S.B. Interment; St. Mary's Cemetery, New Germany. If desired, the family requests memo rial contributions to the American Cancer Society. WEISER - William S., 86, Geistown, died March 12, 1995, at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. Born Aug. 15, 1908, in Pittsburgh, son of Frank and Anna (Miklavics) Weiser. Preced ed in death by parents; a brother; and wife, former Alberta McCahan, who died March 30, Member of Johnstown Lions Club, Johnstown Lodge 175 BPOE, Amvets, Johnstown Musical Society Local 41, American Federation of Musicians, Johnstown American Legion Post 294, TPA and Johnstown Saddle Club. Army veter an of World War II. Owner of former Weiser Music Studio. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Henderson-Ketterer Fu neral Home, where wake service will be held Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Benedict Catholic Church, Geistown, the Rev. Msgr. Jo seph Kiniry, PA, VF. Interment, St. John's Cemetery, Geistown. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be made to a favorite charity. WELLENDORF Charlotte (Rodkey), 71, San Antonio, Texas, formerly of Woodvale Heights, died Sept. 4, 1995, in San Antonio, Texas. Born Nov. 8, 1923, in Woodvale Heights, daughter of John and Theresa (Bohmeyer) Rodkey. Preceded in death by parents, husband and broth ers and sisters. Survived by son, Keith, and wife, Debbie, Texas; sister, Elizabeth, Woodvale Heights; and nu merous nieces and nephews and fami lies. Burial, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. WELLER - Mrs. Ethel M., 86, 407 Hoffman Ave., Windber, died Sept. 15, 1995, at Windber Hospital. Born July 13, 1909, in Paint Borough, daughter of late Irvin and Minerva (Shaffer) Livingston. Survived by husband, C. David; and daughters, Kathy, wife of Robert Benson, LaVerne, Calif.; and Susan, wife of Tom Iagulli, Alum Bank; also grandchildren, Jennifer (Benson) Sale; Jonathan, Jill Anne and Jeffrey Iagulli. Sister of Wilbur, married to former Virginia Callihan, Johnstown. Also survived by niece, Wilma, wife of Jim Ferguson; grand niece, Kelley, and husband; and grand niece, Julie, Huntington Beach, Calif.; nephew, Dr. James Livingston, and wife, Marta; grand nephew, James; and grand niece, Nati, Macon, Ga. Taught school for over 30 years in the Windber area. Was a life member of Windber Museum. Member of Cen tennial Committee; PSEA; Somerset County Retired Teachers; and Scalp Level Church of the Brethren, where she sang in the choir and was a dea coness. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at The Dalla Valle Funeral Home Inc., Windber. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Scalp Level Church of the Brethren, the Revs. Ronald St. Clair and Lee Weaver will officiate. Interment, Berkey Cemetery. Deacon's service at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. J

13 WELLER - Myrtle M., 91, Richland Manor, formerly of Napoleon Street, died Aug. 14,1995, at the manor. Born Jan. 14, 1904, in Johnstown, daughter of late William Murray and R. May (Kuntz) Murray-Deschon. Preceded in death by husband, Foster J.; brothers, William and Jo seph. Survived by daughters, Sarah, wife of John Marlowe, and Myrt, wife of Paul Custer, both of Johnstown; seven grand daughters, John nie Smith, Dallas, Texas; Cynthia Mitchell, State Col lege; Bonnie Eash, Johnstown; Linda Custer, Alexandria, Va.; Tammy Mish, Johnstown; Christine Lundmark, Wilmington, Del.; and Jolene Cunningham, Johnstown; 13 great grandchildren; also sister-in-law, Louise Murray, Harrisburg. Lifetime member of First Lutheran Church. Past president of Elk's auxiliary. Member of American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Forty et Eight Ladies Aux iliary, Knights Templar #61 Ladies Auxiliary, Eagle Lodge 778 Ladies Auxiliary. Member of Decapolis Shrine 29; Cambria Court 27, Order of Amaranth; and Johnstown Chapter 183, OES. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at The Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc., where service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, the Rev. Dr. Robert G. Swanson. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. In memory of Myrtle Weller, contributions may be made to Richland Manor activities depart ment. WELLS Beatrice A., 79, Moxham, died April 23,1995, af Memorial Med ical Center. Born March 29, 1916, in Ryot, daughter of John R. and Mabel (Fyock) Bloom. Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Robert Frank Gordon; sisters, Florence Biss, Hazel Inman, and Arlene Seibert; brothers, Percy Bloom, Ross Bloom; and an in fant brother, Algie. Survived by hus band, William Wells, and son, Robert "Barry" Gordon, married to former Dianne Richards, Dallas, Texas. Sis ter of Dale Bloom, and wife, Louise, Seward R.D. 1; also survived by sis ters-in-law, Elizabeth ' Bloom, Youngstown, Ohio; and Marie Bloom, Delmont; and grandchildren, Robert Charles, married to former Lindsay Williams, Dallas, Texas; and Vicki Annette, Durham, N.C. Member of Walnut Grove Church of the Breth ren. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at John Hender son Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday," the Rev. Gale H. Younkins. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery. Family sug gests contributions to New Day Inc. WELMS - William W., 74, Conemaugh, died May 28,1995, at Memori al Medical Center. Born Aug. 6, 1920, in Oil City, son of late Charles W. and Lillian L. (Hall) Welms. Preceded in death by brother, Carl J. Survived by. daughter, Kimberly J. Welms, Erie; and sister, Rosalie M., wife of John Riley, Oil City. Retired from Bethle hem Steel Corp. Member of Christ Lutheran Church, Oil City, Post 5107, VFW; Post 849, American Legion; Chapter 2, DAV, Johnstown; Seventh Armored Division Association; Cover Hill Fire Co.; and Aerie 283, Frater nal Order of Eagles, Oil City. World War II Army veteran. Friends re ceived from 1 p.m. until time of serv ice at 3 p.m. Wednesday at The Pick ing-treece-bennett Mortuary Inc., the Rev. Dr. Robert G. Swanson offi ciating. Interment, Indiantown Gap Cemetery. WENDEL Dorothy L., 80,-New Paris, died Feb; 3, 1995, at Annaburg Manor Nursing Home, Manassas, Va. Born Jan. 23, 1915, on Alum Bank R.D., daughter of late Charles and Elizabeth (Mickle) Barefoot. Preced ed in death by husband, Carl, on April 6,1991; three brothers; one sister, and two grandchildren. Survived by daughter, Carol, wife of Ray Wentz, Nokesville, Va.; also four grandchil dren and three great-grandchildren. Sister of Ruth McMillen, New Paris; Thelda Fleegle, Pleasantville; Lois Morrison, New Providence; Glenn, Lancaster, and Jack, Alum Bank R.D. 1. Member of New Paris United Methodist Church. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to, 9 p.m. Saturday at Jack Geisel Funeral Home, Pleas antville, where funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday the Rev. Robert Hinrichsen. Interment, Fishertown Cemetery. In lieu of flow ers, donations may'be made to New Paris United Methodist Church, New Paris, Pa WENKLAR (VENKLAR) - Mary T., 78, Parkhill, died Nov. 10, 1995, at Laurel Wood Convalescent Center. Born Aug. 20, 1917, in Conemaugh, Pa., daughter of the. late Stanley and Rose (Buczek) Venklar. Preceded in death by nephew, Robert J. Waltos. Survived by" brothers: Casimer, Panama City, Fla.; Ed ward, Ashville, N.C;.and sisters: Helen Waltos, Hooversville, and Genevieve Mercik, Vinco. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Member of As sumption B.V.M. Church, Conemaugh. Retired from Conemaugh Memorial Hospital, where she worked as a baker for 42 years. Friends received 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Henderson-Makuchan-Ketterer Funeral Home, Cone maugh. Rosary to be recited at 7 p.m. Sunday. Mass of Christian Burial to be held 11 a.m. Monday at Assump tion B.V.M. Church, the Rev. Bernard Grega. Interment, Assumption Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Ameri can Cancer Society. WERTZ - Alvin, 81, died Oct. 17, 1995, at South Bend, Ind. Born July 16, 1914, in South Fork, son of Roy and Grace (Whitehead) Wertz. Preceded in death by parents; wife, Violet (Wissinger) Wertz; and brothers, Wil liam, Earnest, Arthur, Samuel, Thom as and Clyde. Survived by brother, Earl, Deny, Pa.; and sons, Barry, Mishawaka, Ind.; David, South Bend, Ind.; and Stuart, New Jersey, and grandchildren, Janelle and Jason. World War II veteran, Pacific The ater. Previously employed by Paul Richards Chevrolet, Peru, Ind. Serv ices Friday morning at Bubb Funeral Chapel, 3910 N. Main St., Mishawaka, Ind Interment, Peru, Ind. 551

14 WERTZ - Jane L., 35, 1850 Homewood Blvd., Defray Beach, Fla., died Dec. 6, 1995, in Delray Beach. Born Sept. 20, 1960, in Pittsburgh. Beloved daughter of Jane L. Wertz, Johns town, and late Dr. Robert R. Wertz. Beloved sister of Lynn A., wife of Mark Chornick, Johnstown; Robert R., married to former Kristine Tomashosky, Latrobe; and Emily S., wife of Rhett Carlo, Palm Springs, Fla. Also, beloved aunt of Matt Chornick, Robert Wertz m, and Hannah Jane Carlo. Also survived by uncle and aunt, James R. and Marlene Livingston, Johnstown. Manager of Boston's on the Beach. Member of Grove Avenue United Methodist Church. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at The Picking-Treece- Bennett Mortuary Inc. where service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, the Rev. Fred C. Vanderhoff. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. In memory of Jane Wertz those who wish may make contributions to Memorial En dowment Fund, c/o Grove Avenue United Methodist Church. WERTZ Wadena Ganell, 80, Augus ta, Ga., formerly of Conemaugh, died Oct. 30, 1995, at Augusta Regional Medical Center. Born April 18, 1915, in Conemaugh, daughter of Arthur and Olive (Knavel) Stormer. Preced ed in death by parents; stepfather, Grover Snyder, husband, Walter C; infant son, Ronald Dean; and brother, Paul. Survived by sister, Ann Wil liams, Augusta, Ga.; stepsisters, Rose Snyder, Conemaugh, and Ruth Snyder, and stepbrother, Rev. Blaine Snyder, both of. Winona Lake, Ind.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Formerly employed by Memorial Hospital as a licensed practical nurse. Life member of Conemaugh Grace Brethren Church and former secretary of Sunday school; also taught Sunshine Girls class; assisted in Florence Gribble's class; and had 40 years' perfect attendance in Sun day school. Life member American Bible Society. Formerly active as president of Conemaugh Woman's Missionary Society. Assistant secre tary of Pennsylvania Brethren, Dis trict Conference of Brethren Church. Secretary of Pennsylvania District, Woman's Missionary Society. Vice president of Woman's Missionary Na tional Society of Brethren Church. Taught craft and gave flannel graph presentations at chapels in Pennsyl vania Brethren Church Camp, Junia- 552 ta. Traveled with her husband work ing in National Brethren Sunday school camps in Southeast Ohio, Indi ana, Kansas and Florida. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Conemaugh Grace Brethren Church, the Rev. Don K. Rager. Inter ment, Headrick Cemetery. Friends were received Thursday at The Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel, Cone maugh, and will be received one-hour prior to service at church. WERNER - Sallie (Hay), 92, Southmont, died May 5, 1995, at Good Sa maritan Medical Center. Born Sept. 14, 1902, in Berlin, Pa., daughter of Clarence H. and Carrie Doretta (Lentz) Hay. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Ellis S.; son, Larry H.; and sister, Marion Baker. Sur vived by daughter, Mary Doretta, married to Charles Kane III, Johns town; two grandchildren; six greatgrandchilden; sister, Harriet Ruth, married to Mark Maust, Salisbury; and brother-in-law, Roy Baker. Re tired teacher from Somerset County. Member of Westmont Presbyterian Woman's Circle; and Westmont Pres byterian Church. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Frank Duca Funeral Home, West mont Chapel,.1622 Menoher Blvd., where service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, the Rev. T.J. Parlette offici ating. Interment, Hay Church Ceme tery. WEST ~ Bryan Keith, 20, of Seward, died March 4,1995, as a result of inju: ries sustained in an automobile acci dent Born Dec. 13, 1974, in Darnel Army Hospital, Fort Hood, Texas, son of Edward A. and Vicki (Boring) West. Survived by mother, Vicki Barchich, and stepfather, Gary Barchich, Seward; ' sister, Nicole, at home; maternal grandparents: Charles Bor ing, Brush Valley, and Shirley Keller, New Florence R.D. 1; paternal grandparents, Earl and Sally West, Bolivar R.D. 1; maternal greatgrandmother, Mina Boring, Seward; paternal great-grandmother, Olive Claire West, Bolivar. A veteran of U.S. Air Force. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Kenneth A. Stuart Funeral Home, New Flor ence, where service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday. Interment, Fort Palm er Cemetery. WEST - Olive Claire, 97, Bolivar R.D. 1, died Dec. 25, 1995, at West moreland Manor, Greensburg. Born March 12,1898, in Fairfield Township, daughter of late William G. and May (Crusan) Muir. Preceded in death by husband, John Scott West in 1971; brothers, Clyde and Glenn Muir; sis ter, Ethel Shetler; son, John Sherwin West; grandson, Brian West; and sonin-law, Escoe Bard. Survived by daughter, Ornetta Bard, Bolivar R.D. 1; and sons, Robert W. and wife, Eleanor (Robinson) West, Jeanette Pa.; Earl G. and wife, Sally (Arford) West, Bolivar R.D..nl; and Arthur E. and wife, Olive (Martin) West, New Florence; also 15 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and two greatgreat-grandchildren. Sister of Helen Shetler, Bolivar R.D. 1 and Vesta Garland, Bolivar R.D. 1; also daugh ter-in-law, Jane (Stiffey) West, Pitcairn, Pa. She was the oldest member of Bolivar First Church of Christ. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at J. Paul McCracken Funeral Home, Bolivar. Service will be held at 2 p.m. Thurs day at First Church of Christ, Boli var, the Rev. Gabriel G. Mraz. Inter ment, Fort Palmer Cemetery, Bolivar. Memorial gifts may be made to Bolivar First Church of Christ WEST Paul, 69, Elmora, (Bakerton), died Jan. 12,1995, at Conemaugh hospital. Born Feb. 14,1925, in Bakerton, son of Ruben and Rose (Dowey) West. Preceded in death by parents; first wife, Betty (Maedl) West, who died Jan. 29, 1970; brother, Earl; and sister, Florine Sherry. Survived, by wife, Julia (Hartman) West; daughter, Carolyn R. Johnson, Bakerton; and grandchildren, Amy Rose Vina, and Lenny Bruce Vina. Brother of Zella Carson, Bakerton; Mildred Nichols, California; Fred, Buffalo, N.Y.; and Larry, Florida. Army veteran'- of World War II. Member of Bakerton Post, VFW. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Ste vens Funeral Home Inc., Carrolltown. Friends also received from noon until time of service at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bakerton United Methodist Church, the Rev. Roy Gearhart officiating. Interment, church cemetery. Military graveside rite will be conducted by local veterans organizations. WESTOVER Adam, 9-month-old infant son of Clayton and Staci Westover, of Westover, died Jan. 13, Friends received from, noon until ".1 p.m. service time, Monday, at Easly Funeral Home, Hastings.

15 WETZEL - Sarah P. "Pauline," 76, of 726 St. Thomas St., Gallitzin, died Nov. 22, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center, Johnstown. Born July 30, 1919, in Gallitzin, daughter of late John Walter and Henrietta (Carnell) Howell. Preceded in death by son, Paul, Feb. 2, 1994; daughter, Susan; brother, Andrew; sister, Edna Wilt; and twin sister, Evelyn McGarry. Survived by husband, Thomas H., whom she married Feb. 26, 1944, in Delaware County, and these children: Thomas Jr., married to Sharon De- Vall, Lawrenceville, Ga.; Sharon, married to Dr. Richard Sunseri, Cresson; Edward, married to Connie Sue McWhorter, Orlando, Fla.; Carol, married to Jim Grassi, Cresson; Don ald, married to Cindy Sheffield, Hun tingdon; Joseph, married to Robin Greene, Chesterfield, Va.; and Rich ard, married to Janice Geisbrecht, Ashville R.D.; also 15 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. Last member of immediate family. Death ends a marriage union of,51 years. Worked at various garment factories in the Gallitzin area. Member of Gal litzin Senior Citizens and United Methodist Church, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Darlene Wiewora officiating. Inter ment, St. Patrick Cemetery, Gallitzin. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m..saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sun day at Lenz-Gibbons Funeral Home, Gallitzin. WETZEL William D. Jr., 82, Hambden Twp., Ohio, died Aug. 26, 1995, at Claridon Twp., Ohio. A resi dent for 32 years. Born May 26, 1913, at Carrolltown, Pa. Worked for Sifco Co. in Cleveland, Ohio, for 26 years, retiring in A dye setter. Married Leona Shuss May 14,1936, in Alverda, Pa. Member of St. Mary's Church in Chardon, Ohio. Survived by wife, Leo na, of Hambden Twp.; sons: William D. Wetzel III (Pauline), of England; Eugene (Nancy), of Chardon, Ohio; Robert (Marilyn), of Bloomington, 111.; and Joel, of Hambden Twp.; sis ters: Helen McConnell of Loretto, Pa., and Margaret Creighton of Murrysville, Pa.; brothers: Melvin of Havelock, N.C.,-and Tom of Gallitzin, Pa.; seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents, three sisters, three brothers, five children. Visitation, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Burr Fu neral Home, 116 South St., Chardon, Ohio, and from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Stevens Funeral Home Inc., Car rolltown, where vigil service will be held 8 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, at St. Bene dict's Catholic Church, Carrolltown, Father Blane Resko, O.S.B. Burial, St. Benedict's Cemetery, Carrolltown. Family suggests donations to charity of your choice in Mr. Wetzel's mem ory. WEYANT Donald, ;37, Bedford R.D. 1, died Feb. 17, 1995, in Bedford. Born Jan._2,.J.S»58, in Bedford, son. of late Bud and Betty Mae (Ritchey) Weyant. Survived by stepfather, Eu gene Nycum, Bedford; and children, Misty Dawn Weyant and Ashley Dawn Weyant, both of Bedford. Brother of Patty Davis, Bedford R.D. 1; and Sue Spiker, Osterburg R.D. 1. A 1975 graduate of Chestnut Ridge High School. Previously worked at Cannondale in Bedford and then as an electrician for Mortimore Electric of Bedford. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Edward Blackburn Funeral Home, Pleasantvillei; where service willbe held at 2 p.m.' Sunday, the Rev. Rob ert G. Ritchie. Interment, Osterburg Community Cemetery. WHALEN James Patrick, 78, Spangler, died March 30,1995, at Min ers Hospital, Spaitgler. Born June 21, 1916, in Spangler, son of Michael E. and Euliah (Peters) Whalen. Preced ed in death by parents; brothers, Rob ert and Edward; and sister, Regina. Survived by wife of 56 years, former Rose. Marie Roberts; son, Michael, married to former Terri Sasway, Manassas, Va.; and daughter, Jean Ann, wife of Richard Reilly, Greenbelt, Md.; also grandson, Michael Jr., and wife, Leslie; and granddaughter, Lisa. Brother of Retired Lt Col. Louise Ann Whalen, Silver Spring, Md.; and Geraldine Doran; Spangler. Honorary life member of Spangler Volunteer Fire Co. Member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Spangler, UMWA, Local 1269, Elmora; Western Pa. Firemen's Association; Central District Firemen's Association; and Cambria County Firemen's Associa tion. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Moriconi Funeral Home, 1303 Bigler Ave., Spangler, where wake service will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, the Rev. Nicholas J. Mancini celebrant. Interment, cjiurch ceme tery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Spangler Fire Co. WHARTON Grant P., 76, formerly of Sunberry Street, died Oct. 12, 1995, at Hollidaysburg veterans home. Born Nov. 4, 1918, in Chest Springs, son of Edgar and Madelane (Byrnes) Wharton. Preceded in death by par ents; and wife, Irma (Gearhart), who died Jan. 30,1995. Brother of Harry of Cramer, Pa.; Tom of Quakerstown; and Hazel of New Jersey. Served in World War II in the Army Air Engi neer Corps. Member of Post 155, VFW. Retired from Operating Engi neers Local 66, Pittsburgh. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Henderson-Ketterer Funeral Home, Geistown, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Neil D. Siefert. Entombment, Richland Mau soleum. WHARTON - Irma A., 73, formerly of Sunberry St., Johnstown, died Jan , in Sebring, Fla. Survived by husband, Grant; daughter, Gladys A. Hull; sister, Wilda Miller, four grand children and five, great-grandchil dren. Viewing from 7. to 9 p.m. Thurs day at Henderson-Ketterer Funeral Home, Geistown, where" service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, the Rev. William C. :Thwing. Entombment, Richland Mausoleum. WHERRY-COPE Evelyn Mae, 85, 309 Erma St., died Feb. 20, 1995, at Arbutus Park Manor. Born March 12, 1909, in Portage, daughter of George and Mary Catherine (Miles) Bowser/ Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Eugene H. Cope; an infant daughter, and sister, Margaret Ste phens. Survived by'husband, Wilbert Wesley Wherry, and daughters, Betty Mae Cope," wife of Dominic Massimo, Las Vegas, Nev^ and Dolores Evelyn Cope Ferguson, Monroeville; also seven grandchildren eight great grandchildren; and one great-greatgranddaughter. Sister of Florence Schillinger, and Freda Homer, both of Johnstown. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Hen derson-ketterer Funeral Home, Geis town, where service will be held at 1 p.nx Wednesday, the Rev. Ray Streets. Interment, Dunmyer Ceme tery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Ameri can Cancer Society.

16 WHINNIE John R., 72, Anderson Avenue, Nanty Glo, died July 13,1995, at James E. VanZandt VA Medical Center, Altoona. Born Jan. 26,1923, in Vintondale, son of Thomas and Ruth (Gray) Whinnie. Preceded in death by parents, and daughter, Carol Bucca. Survived by wife, former Leta James; son, Thomas R., married to former Barbara Becquet, Nanty Glo; grand children, Barbara Mechanic, Vinco; and Thomas R. Jr., Nanty Glo; and great-grandchildren, Nicholas Me chanic and Thomas Whinnie. World War II Army veteran, served as ser geant technician, fourth grade. Mem ber of First Baptist Church, Nanty Glo. Retired foreman from Thiel Ga rage. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Bowser-Ondriezek Funeral Home, Nanty Glo, where service will.be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. Paul Harrington. Interment, Lloyd Cemetery, Ebensburg. WHINNIE - Thomas, 75, 1757 W. 21st St., Erie, died Oct. 18,1995, at his residence. Born April 1, 1920, in Vintondale, son of late Thomas Sr. and Ruth (Gray) Whinnie. A 1938 graduate of Vintondale High School. Served in U.S. Army Infantry in Eu ropean Theater during World War II. Was a POW in Germany during the last month of the war. Had worked in Erie Plating Co. for over 20 years as a shipping clerk, and retired in Member of Kingsley United Method ist Church and sang in the choir as well as with the Siebenbtierger Sing ers Club, the Moniuszko Singing Soci ety and RSVP Chorus. He loved play ing the piano and was also an avid gardener and loved yard work. Mem ber of Post 5211, VFW, Nanty Glo. In addition to his parents, he was pre ceded in death by sister, Dorothy Em ery, and brothers, John and Francis. Survived by wife of 50 years, Elma George Whinnie, whom he married June 10,1945; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Sallie) Curtis, Columbus, Ga.; sons, Francis T., Rowlett, Texas; and Wil liam R., Erie; brother, Gordon Whin nie, Nanty Glo; grandchildren, Rich ard Curtis, Portsmouth, Va.; Gregory Curtis, Columbus, Ga.; and Erin and Karl Whinnie, both of Rowlett, Texas; also many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Burton Fu neral Home, 602 W. 10th St.', Erie, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and are invited to attend services there at 11 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Todd Davis officiating. Burial, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Johnstown. Memori als may be made to Kingsley United Methodist Church, 913 Cranberry St., Erie, Pa WHITCOMB - Clarence, 87, Osterburg, died July 16, 1995, at James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center, Altoo na. Born Jan. 4, 1908, in Horton, W. Va., son of late William and Halub (Smith) Whitcomb. Survived by wife, Cleo (Mock) Whitcomb, whom he married July 27, 1927, in New Paris, ending a marriage of 68 years; chil dren, Betty Stiffler, Breezewood; Nancy Coty, Texas; and Joyce Eicher, Osterburg; also six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Brother of Carl Whitcomb, Osterburg and Arlene Hinton, Osterburg. Member of Osterburg United Church of Christ. Army veteran of World War II. Re tired fire warden and retired as a su perintendent from Blue Knob State Park. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Edward Blackburn Funeral Home, Pleasantville, where service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, the Rev. Charles Rhodes. Interment, Osterburg Com munity Cemetery. Military graveside service by Fort Bedford Honor Guard. WHITE - Hilda M., 93, Summerhill,, died Oct. 28,1995, at home. Born May 27, 1902, in Summerhill, daughter of Andrew and Margaret (Wess) Betz. Preceded in death by parents; hus band, Edgar F. White; brother, Alex Betz; and sister, Genevieve Lenz. Sur vived by son, Edward A., married to former Dolores Cole, Pittsburgh; daughter, Claire Murphy, Sum merhill; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren and one greatgreat-grandchild. Member of St. John Catholic Church, Summerhill. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Charles O. Dimond Funeral Home Inc., South Fork, where wake service will be held at 8:30 p.m. Sun day. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday at St. John Catholic Church, Father Daniel Wolfel, OSB. Interment, St. Mary Cemetery, New Germany. WHITE - Jean (Conner), 68, Flint Rock Drive, Beltsville, Md., for merly of Johnstown, died May 11, 1995, at Laurel Hospital, Beltsville. Born May 3, 1927, in Johnstown, daughter of the late Paul A. and Beulah (Yarger) "Conner. Survived by hus band, Edward, and children: Sharon and Edward Jr., both of Beltsville, Md. Sister of James Conner, Johns town. Member of Emmanuel Method ist Church, Beltsville, and Friendship Chapter 17, Order of Eastern Star. At tended Johnstown High School and University of Maryland. Retired from Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Md. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home. Graveside service at 10 a.m. Thursday at Grandview Cemetery, the Rev. Fred C. Vanderhoff. WHITE Marian E. (Mervine), 63, 47 Jefferson St., Clymer, died Jan: 29, 1995, at Indian Haven Nursing Home. Born June 9, 1931, in Johnstown, daughter of Melvin and Louise (Mil ler) Mervine. Mrs. White had lived her early life in the Johnstown area, then moved to the Indiana area 20" years ago. Prior to her retirement she was employed asa cook for Indi ana Hospital for 10 years. She was a member of the Christian Missionary Alliance Church, Indiana. Survived by sons, Melvin N., Punxsutawney; and David F., Penn Run; daughters, Mrs. Richard (Mary) Rainey,. and Mrs. Paul (Jeanne) Ashbaugh, both of Cly mer; Mrs. Frank (Velma) Neal, Rossiter, and Daureen Lydick, Punxsu tawney; brother, Clair, Strongstown; sister, Mrs. John (Velma) Findley, Brush Valley; and 22 grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband, Will'ard B. White; parents; and brother, Francis. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Robinson- Lytle's, Indiana, where service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Pas tor William Murphy officiating. Inter ment, Greenwood Cemetery.

17 WHITE - Patricia Jane, 61, Laurel Crest Manor, Ebensburg, formerly of Johnstown, died Jan. 10, 1995, at the manor. Daughter of Nellie (Kauffman) Stormer. Preceded in death by husband, Eugene J. White. Survived by mother, Ebensburg; daughter; Vic toria J. Kauffman, Johnstown; step brother, Kimberly Kauffman, - Troy, Ohio; stepsisters, Dee Ave, married to Jay Wasser, and Jacquita, wife of Jeff Fulton, both of Ebensburg; uncle, David Kauffman,' Oakton, Va.; and aunts, Beatrice Kauffman, Oakton, Va.; and Mildred Kauffman, Johns town. Had been employed as a nurse's aide at Laurel Crest Manor. At the request of the family, there will be no viewing. Private memorial service at the convenience of the family. Fami ly suggests contributions to American Cancer Society. Arrangements by John Henderson Co. Funeral Home. WHITE Patricia Jane, 61, Laurel Crest Manor, formerly of Johnstown. Patricia is survived by stepbrother, Kimberly Stormer, Troy, Ohio, whose bame was printed incorrectly in her Driginal obituary WHITLOW John Anthony, 42, 620 Kennedy Ave., died Sept. 3, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Nov. 19, 1952, in Johnstown, son of Emery and Luminary (Holiday) Whitlow. Preceded in death by father and son, Ramdice. Survived by mother, wife, former Rosalind Shaw; and the fol lowing children: Kamillah, Nzingah, Umaadda, Mgeti and Animator, all of Atlanta, Ga.; and Mekiya, Zaykius, Ciera, Contessa and Nefertiti, all of Johnstown. Brother of Emery Jr., Elmhurst, 111.; Michael, Coatesville, Pa.; Beverly, Johnstown; Cecily, Washington, D.C.; Carol Lee, Indian apolis, Ind.; and Gary, California. Also survived by stepmother, Marion Whitlow, and a host of nieces, neph ews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Ma rine veteran of Vietnam. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Satur day at The Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc. WHREN (UHREN) - John P., 80, Benscreek, Lilly R.D. 1, died Aug. 15, 1995, in Altoona Mercy Hospital. Born Oct. 5,1914, in South Fork, son of An drew and Mary, Ann (Furmon) Whren. Preceded in death by parents; wife, former Julia Orlosky, brothers, Jo seph and Andrew; and sisters, Mary Whren, Elizabeth Slage, and Sophia Hall. Survived by daughters, Sonja, wife of James Moyer, and Lilliann, wife of Gerald Duke, both of Lilly R.D. 1; also survived by grandchil dren, Jonn and Gerald Duke; and Ju lie and Nicole Moyer. Brother of Dor othy DuBritz, Portage R.D.; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Retired coal miner. Mem ber of UMWA. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lilly, Father Ronald V. Osinski celebrant. Inter ment, church cemetery. Wake service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Friday. WIACKLEY Barbara, 54, Coopersdale, died March 9, 1995, at Cotfe*- maugh hospital. Born Sept. 26,1940, in Johnstown, daughter of John D. and Erma (Rector) Boring. Preceded,in death by parents. Survived by these children: Larry, and wife, Tracy,-"Ste phen, married to.former Kathleen Feeney; and Kenneth, Melany and Melissa Wiackley, all of New York; also five grandchildren. Sister ol Do lores Safko, Johnstown; Linda Lanzetta, New York; and Norma Jean Kursey, Maryland. Friends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday at Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home Inc., Broad Street, where funeral service will be held Jit noon Saturday, the Rev. Rita Platt. Interment, Benshoff Hill Cemetery,' WIDMANN - Mary.F., 95, Washing ton, D.C., formerly of Johnstown, died Feb. 4, i995, in Washington. Beloved wife of late Edward T. Widmann. Mother of Barbara M. Widmann; Claire E. Morley; Edward M. Wid mann; and the late Josephine W. O'Donnell. There are also seven grandchilden and five great-grandhcildren. Friends may call at St. Ann's church, Wisconsin Avenue at Yuma Street, NW, Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, from 9 to 10 a.m., where Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment, Gate of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flow ers, contributions to Alzheimer's Headquarters, P.O. Box A3727, Chica go, Arrangements by DeVol Funeral Home. WIEDWALD - Ronald G., 71, Moxham, died Aug. 29, 1995, at his resi dence. Born April 20, 1924, in Gallitzin. Preceded in death by parents, one brother and two sisters. Survived by wife, Charlotte; and these children: Larry, married to former Gale Shreffler, Gary; and Sherry, wife of Riodney Hillman; also five grandchildren; brother, John; and sisters, Dorothy and Alice. Member of Moose Lodge 48, GBU, and VFW Post 155. Retired from Jamesway. Army veteran of World War II. Friends received from 1 p.m. until time of service at 2 p.m. Thursday at John Henderson Co. Fu neral Home, the Rev. Earl Crissman. Interment, Kaufman Cemetery. WIKTOR Edward J., 68, Mile Hill Road, Mundys Comer, died Aug. 12, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born March 30, 1927, in Franklin, son of the late Jo seph and Genevieve (Grata) Wiktor. Preceded in death by brother, Ches ter. Survived by wife, the former Anne "Betty" McCarthy, to whom he was married 44 years, and these chil dren: Anne D. Wiktor, The Plains, Va.; E. Daniel, Boston, Mass.; Mary M., wife of Robert Morgan, Mount Leba non; Robert G., Maryland; also three grandchildren. Brother of J. R. "Bob," Vinco; Josephine Ballow, Benshoff Hill; and Connie DeBella, Rome, N.Y. Member of St John Vianney Roman Catholic Church. A World War II Navy veteran. Secretary of Ridge Runner Snowmobile Club, Vinco. For: mer employee of Koppers & Cornstock Engineering. Friends will be re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Askew-Houser Funer al Homes Inc., Nanty Glo, where a li turgical wake service will be held Tuesday evening. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Vianney Church, the Rev. Father Paul Robine; celebrant. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery.

18 WILDNER - John E., 86, Johnstown, died Aug. 7, 1995, at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Born Feb. 23,1909, in Johnstown, son of Louis and Anna (Weis) Wildner. Preceded in death by parents; and brothers, Louis and Jo seph. Survived by brothers and sis ters, Ann Wildner, Hilda, married to John Honchar, Herbert; and Karl "Doc," married to former Helen Vamos, all of Johnstown; also several nieces and nephews. Member of St. John Gualbert Cathedral Parish; Ro sary-altar Society, Nocturnal Adora tion Society; Catholic Foresters; American Legion; F.O.E.; BPOE; NRA; Retired Men's Club; Senior Citi zens; and Kernville Reunion Commit tee. John was the middleweight box ing champion 1929-'31. Army veteran of World War II. Retired employee of Harman & Handy Silver. A former physical therapist and professional investigator. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where vigil service will be held Wednesday. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph, where he was a longstanding member, Monsignor George B. Flinn, VG. Inter ment, Grandview Cemetery. WILKIE Andrew Gardner Sr., 71, Mclntyre Avenue, Patton, died Fri day, April 28, 1995, at Miners Hospi tal, Spangler. Born Dec. 10, 1923, in Patton, son of Duncan and Rose Ann (Lodge) Wilkie. Preceded in death by parents; sons, Augustine, Joseph Sr., Daniel Sr., James Robert, and Dennis; daughter, Mary G.; also seven broth ers and seven sisters. Survived by wife, Mary G. (Luther) Wilkie, whom he married Feb. 19, 1946, and chil dren: Andrew G. Jr., married to Dawn Hall, Trenton, Mich.; Duncan T., married to Evelyn Tuttle, St. Ben edict; David A., married to Elaine Noel, Patton; Leo M., married to Con nie Puckett, Fayetteville, N.C.; Jean Ann, married to Albert Grata, Ebensburg R.D.; Raymond J., married to Antoinnette Salvia, Barnesboro; Rose A., married to Gary Molitsky, Patton; John E., married to Judy Small, Jack sonville, Fla.; and Ronald B., Patton; 23 grandchildren and one greatgrandson; also one'surviving sister, Mildred Wilkie, California. A life member of John White Post 779, VFW, and Sons of Italy, both of Pat ton; also UMWA District 2. An Army veteran of World War II. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 'Q\\\v p.m. Tuesday at Stevens Funeral Home Inc., Patton, where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Wednes day, the Rev. Kieran Rodgers, O.S.B. Interment, Fairview Cemetery, Pat ton. Military services will be con ducted by local veterans organiza tions. WILKINSON - James R., 75, Eastlake, Ohio. Born Nov. 24,1920, in Pat ton, Pa., son of the late Joseph and Frances (Furgeson) Wilkinson. Died Friday, Dec. 22, 1995, at Lake West Hospital in Willoughby, Ohio. Sur vived by wife, Blodwyn E. Wilkinson (nee: Moel). Married 53 years. Also survived by son, James Wilkinson Jr., (wife, Jackie) of Mentor, Ohio; daugh ter, Gail Jacobson (husband, Jerry) of Grosse Isle, Mich.; grandchildren: Jerry Jacobson, Tricia Jacobson, Matthew Wilkinson; sisters: Vivian Tummino (husband, Mickey) of Mesa, Ariz.; Minerva Gutwald (husband, Harold) of Weirton, W.Va.; brother, Arthur Wilkinson (wife, Olive) of South Fork, Pa. Preceded in death by parents and four brothers. Residence: Eastlake, Ohio, for past 35 years, for merly of Pennsylvania. Occupation: retired mechanic and assistant mana ger of the BP Oil Co. Station in Cha grin Falls, Ohio. Retired in 1982 after 22 years of service. (BP Oil Co. is suc cessor to the former Standard Oil Co.) Prior to BP Oil Co., he was a coal miner for Bethlehem Mines for 20 years in Pennsylvania. Memberships: Shoregate United Methodist Church, Willowick, Ohio; American Legion Post 678, ^Willowick-Eastlake; United Mine Workers. Army veteran of World War II. Enjoyed hunting and fishing. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 26, at Davis Funeral Home, 4154 Clark Ave., Willoughby, Ohio, ( ). Calling hours: Tuesday, Dec. 26, from noon until time of serv ice at 2 p.m. Officiating: the Rev. Robert A. Gaston, chaplain of Lake Hospital Systems, Willoughby, Ohio. Burial: Western Reserve Memorial Gardens, Chester Twp., Ohio. WILL - Dorothy L.f 76, Fairhope RD 1 died Dec. 16, 1995, at home. Born June 18, 1919, in Allegheny Township, daughter of Harry and Nellie (Manges) Mowry. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Lawrence A "Wish" Will; and infant brother, Carl Mowry. Survived by these chil dren: Lawrence A. "Larry," married to the former Janice Adams, Bethel Park; and Mrs. John (Hope) Yotko, Fairhope R.D. 1; eight grandchildren four great-grandchildren. Sister of Charles R. Mowry, married to the former Hilda Kern, Berlin. A retired Fairhope postmistress. Member of bt. John the Baptist Catholic Church, New Baltimore. Family will receive friends from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Deaner Funeral Home, Berlin, where wake service will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St John the Baptist Catholic Church, the Rev. Mark S. Begly. Interment, church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the American Cancer Society or American Heart Association. WILL Esther F., 89, Johnstown,- died March 3, 1995, at Miners Hospk tal. Born Oct. 30, 1905, in Johnstowju1 daughter of Milton,B. and Louise (Cover) Jones. Preceded in death,.by. parents; husband, Henry; brothers; Eugene and Frank< sister, Louise Kauffman; and niece, Amelia BaackT Survived by stepdaughter, Catherine Cooke, Baltimore, Md.; nieces, Rachet Hargreaves, Somerset; and Harriet Padgett, Texas; and dear friend, Fetfi Auman, with whom she resided: Member of Memorial Baptist Church/ Employee at former Sanitary Daicy. Dairy-Dell. Friends received 2 to^4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at John Hen derson Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held 10 a.m. Monday., Interment, Grandview Cemetery. 5r>r> J

19 "(71 I r (7f ril WILL George E. "Gene," 81, New Baltimore, died Dec. 6, 1995, at Lee Hospital, Johnstown. Born Feb. 4, 1914, in New Baltimore, son of late Lawrence A. and Virginia A. (Topper) Will. Preceded in death by infant son, George E.; infant daughter, Patricia; brothers, DeSales, Aloysius, Henry, Russell and John; and sisters, Marga ret and Grace. Survived by wife, for mer Mary E. Manges, whom he mar ried Jan. 13,1940; and these children: James H. "Yogi," married to former Rita Dull, Berlin R.D. 3; Paul F., married to former Tracy Moore, East Freedom; Audrey M., wife of Larry Benning, New Baltimore; Mary Alice, wife of Jeff Hobson, New Baltimore; John J., Washington, D.C.; Virginia A., Somerset; Nancy L., wife of John Trentini, Golden Gate, Calif.; Eugene T. "Po," married to former Beverly Bradford, Hookstown; Henry G. "Ike," Schellsburg R.D. 2; Edward C, mar ried to former Melinda Grasser, New Baltimore; Donna L., wife of Ken Suder, Windber, Gail E., New Balti-j more; Patrick S., married to former; Connie Winegardner, Manns Choice RJD. 1;. Kevin R., Manns Choice RJD. 1; and Ronald H., New Balti more; 30 grandchildren; and 16 great grandchildren. Brother of Dr. Thom as Will, Dallas, N.C.; Robert J. Will, Friedens; Mary Theresa Keller, Lan caster, and Rose Ann Webreck, Berlin R.D. 3. He was a retired farmer, con struction worker and coal miner at Central City. Member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, New Balti more; New Baltimore Sportsmen's Club; and Laborers Local 910, Johns town. Friends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mickle-Geisel Funeral Home, Schellsburg, where wake serv ice will be held at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Sat urday at St John the Baptist Church, New Baltimore, the Rev. Mark Begly, celebrant. Interment, St. John the Baptist Church Cemetery, New Balti more. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John's church or New Baltimore Fire Company. c: tr 7 WILL Gregory F., 74, Central City, formerly of Berlin R.D. 3, died Jan. 9, 1995, at Conemaugh hospital. Born May 3,1920, in New Baltimore, son of Gregory. A. and Clara (Fisher) Will. Preceded in death by parents; first wife, Ada (Manges); and brothers, Cletus Fisher, and Joseph B. and A. Loren Will. Survived by wife, for mer Irene Polacek; and these chil dren: Faith, wife of Robert Krouse, Home, Pa.; Janet, Somerset; Kay, wife of Larry Deaner, Berlin; and Gregory R., married to former Karen Hillegass, Berlin R.D. 3; and step daughter, Ellen Stern, Central City. Also survived by seven grandchil dren, two stepgrandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Brother of Ed ward J., Berlin R.D. 3. Forty-year member of International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 66. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mulcahy Funeral Home, Central City, where a brief service will be held at 9 a.m. Friday, followed at 10 by Mass of Christian Burial at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, New Baltimore, the Rev. Mark Begly. Interment, parish cemetery.. Vigil service will be held at 8 p.m., Thursday at the "funeral home. WILL Mary Grace "Mame," 69,121 Barnhart St., formerly of Hornerstown, died March 23, 1995, at Good Samaritan Medical Center. Born Nov. 15, 1925, in Johnstown, daughter of late Harry J. and Catherine (Scholly) Will. Preceded in death by sister-inlaw, Trudy Will; and nephew, James K. Will. Survived by brother, James D., Johnstown; and sisters, Dorothy Jean, wife of Joseph Mathews, of Johnstown; Jane, wife of William Blackham, Leesburg, Fla.; and Nan cy, wife of Patrick Greenwood, Menoher Heights; and numerous nieces and nephews. Retired secre tary, with 37 years' service, at Bishop McCort High School. Member of Wednesday Night Bowling League at Westmont Lanes. Member of St. Pat rick's Catholic Church, where Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, the Rev. William H. McGovern. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at The Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc., where wake service will be held 3 p.m. Sunday. WILLEBRAN - Mrs. Julia A., 88, 429 Keystone Ave., Cresson, died Aug. 10,. 1995, at Laurel Wood Convalescent Center, Johnstown. Born Nov. 25, 1906, in Portage, daughter of late Louis and Julia (Chernisky) Spinner: Preceded in death by husband, Ed ward J., who died March 21, 1980; daughter, Esther Nedimyer; and sister, Mary Sobotka. Survived by children: Ray mond, married to former Lorraine Malliard, Duncansville; Rita, wife of Francis Heiss, Ebensburg R.D. 1; and Velma, wife of Arthur! Derring, Landisville; also eight grandchildren and five great-grand children. Sister of Annie Deskevich,! Nanty Glo; Mildred Repko and Doro-; thy Voss, both of Jamestown; Joseph," Ebensburg R.D. 1; Steven, Altoona and George, Cresson. Formerly was; employed as a cook at the Ebensburg* Dairy Dell for 25 years. Former vol-z unteer at Cresson Senior Citizens for 10 years. Member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Cresson: Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 tar 9 p.m. Sunday at Charles M. Kennedy- Funeral Home, Cresson, where wakeu service will be held. Mass of Chrisj; tian Burial will be celebrated at 11- a.m. Monday at St. Francis Xavierl church, the Rev. David Roesch. Inter-; ment, church cemetery. - WILLETT John Chalmer, 86, t Hockessin, Del., died Oct. 6, Born Nov. 22,1908, in Johnstown, son of late James B. and Emily G. (Wil son) Willett. Preceded in death wife, Edna Grace (Boring); and by son, Charles W. Survived by sons, George C, Newark, Del.; Jack C, Burlington, Wis.; and Carl E., Delaware City, Del.; daughter, Joan E. Grabenstein, Wil mington, Del.; 14 grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; 16 great-grand children; and eight stepgreat-grandchildren. Attended Western Pa. Insti tute for the Blind, Pittsburgh, and graduated from Johnstown High in A graduate of Temple Universi ty, Philadelphia. Had been a piano tuner in the Philadelphia and Wil mington, Del., areas for several years, retiring in Private serv ice and burial. Donations may be made Western Pa. Institute for the Blind, 201 N. Bellefield Ave., Pitts burgh, Pa

20 (Jl.ljr (JI riluuir- WILLIAMS Alja "Rooster," 69. rear 308 Arthur St., Dale, formerly of Cooper Avenue, died Feb. 7, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born June 21, 1925, in Pennington, Ala., son of late Eddie Williams and Viola (McMillan) Wil liams-noble. Preceded in death by daughter, Lisha Williams, and stepfather, Nel son Noble Jr. Sur- vived by wife, former Nancy Krivach, and these children: Betty M. Lewis, Johnstown; Glo ria J. Jenkins,._... Springfield, 111.; Debbie Pearson, Jamestown, N.Y.; Jacqueline Wilson, Waynesboro; Anita Williams; Violet Williams and Alja Williams Jr., both of Tennessee; ami Julianne "Gigi" Williams, Johnstown; also 22 grand children and nine great-grandchil dren. Member of St James Mission ary Baptist Church, Johnstown; and Flood City Lodge 371, IBPOE of W. Was employed with AARP. Retired from Local Union 910. Family will re ceive friends from 2;to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Geisel Funeral Home, Dale, where the Flood City Elk Lodge will hold a service at 7:30 p.m. Fri day. Mr. Williams will lie in state from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday at St James Missionary -Baptist Church, where funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. the Rev. Dr. Ralph E. Johnson Sr. Interment Benshoff Hill Ceme tery. WILLIAMS (DUNMIRE) - Mrs. Bea trice M., 87, Ligonier, formerly of South Fork, died March 16, 1995, at her home. Born June 15, 1907, in Johnstown. Predeceased by her par ents, John and Margaret (Suder) Dunmire; her husband, Willis; her chil dren, Ruth Smoter, Christopher Williams and Joan Monahan; her sonin-law,-francis Costlow; her grand daughter, Kimberly Strayer, her sis ter, Vera Wolfe; and her brothers, Leo, Eugene, Charles, Lawrence and Richard. Survived by her children: Mary Lou, widow of Francis Costlow, Phoenix, Ariz.; Margaret, wife of Robert C. Mainhart, Portage, Pa.; Helen, wife of Daniel Yuhascik, Lake Placid, Fla.; John, New City, N.Y.; Eugene, married to former Madlyn Teno, Livonia, Mich.; Rita, wife of Rudy Matchik, Garden Grove, Calif.; Lucille, wife of Jack Goughnour, Lig onier, Pa.; Janice, wife of Robert Donnelly, Hanson, Mass.; Judy, wife of Glen Jones, Wayne, Mich.; Richard, Livonia, Mich.; and Adrienne, wife of Steve Serwo, Boxford, Mass.; also 53 grandchildren and 70 great-grand children; sons-in-law, John^ Smoter, Conemaugh, Pa., and Robert Monahan, Peabody, Mass.; and daugh ter-in-law, Jean Williams, St Boni face, Pa. Sister of Gertrude Giles, Mary Trossbach, Catherine Hettle, Robert Dunmire and Paul Dunmire. Member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Ligonier. She was a devoted mother, who dedicated her life to raising her children and who took great pleasure in their individual joys and accomplishments. She spent the last 20 years traveling throughout the country visiting her brothers, sisters, children and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mass of Chris tian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday at her former parish church, St. James Catholic Church, South Fork, Pa., Father Louis J. Mulvehill. Interment to take place at South Fork Cemetery. Friends and family to be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Charles O. Dimond Funeral Home Inc., South Fork, where wake service will be held Sun day. Donations may be made to West moreland Hospice, 532 W. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, Pa., 15601, in mem ory of our mother, if desired. WILLIAMS Bert, 96, Midtown Apartments, Patton,.died Sunday, March 19, 1995, in Lantana, Fla-. Born Jan. 21, 1899, in Abertillary, Wales, son of Alfred James and Matilfla (Dorrington). Williams. Preceded in death. by parents; wife, Margaret (Morgan) Williams, who died Oct. 23, 1989; son, John; granddaughter, Sheila Volk; brother, William; and sisters, Maude Dowey and May Miller1." Sur vived by sons, Bert A., Lake Worth, Fla.; Robert, Jamestown, N.Y.r Mil ton, New. Hope, Ala.; and daughter, Sylvia Volk, Jamestown, N.Y.; also 17 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchil dren; two great-great-grandchildren; ' brother, Fred, Wilkes Barre; and s&- ter, Gladys Owens, Joppa, Md. Re tired coal miner. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Stevens Funeral Home Inc., Patton, where service will be held^at-2 p.m. Friday, Pastor Gary Grau offici ating. Interment, Fairview Cemetery, Patton. WILLIAMS Bonnie J., 52, Johns town, died June 10, 1995, at home. Born Nov. 21,1942, in Johnstown. Pre ceded in death by mother, Anna M. Williams. Retired from Bethlehem Steel Corp. Member of Ferndale United Methodist Church. Friends re ceived 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at The Picking-Treece-Bennett Mor tuary Inc., where service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Debra Groeger. Interment, Grandview Cem etery. WILLIAMS - David R., 53, Johns town, died Jan. 10, 1995, at his resi dence. Born May 12, 1941, in Pitts burgh, son of William and Marguerite (Alberter) Williams. Preceded in death by daughter, Sheila. Survived by mother and father, Johnstown; wife, Donna L. (Thomas) Williams; daughters, Crystal, wife of Michael Bates, San Diego, Calif.; and Michelle, wife of James Burge, Valparaiso, Ind. Brother of Michael, Springfield, Va. Also survived by mother-in-law, Al pha Thomas, Johnstown; and grand children, David, Samantha, and An drew. Member of St. David's Lutheran Church; Patton VFW, Post 779; Marine Corps League; American Legion, Post 849; Laurel Highlands Chapter 364, Vietnam- Veterans of America; Marine Corps Association; Marine Corps League, Conemaugh Valley Detatchment; DAV, Chapter 2; American Indian League of Nations; and American Legion Action Corps. Was founder of United Veterans Council of Cambria County. Was* ex ecutive director and founder, of West ern Pennsylvania Veterans Develop ment Center. Served in Vietnam War from 1959 to Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at John Hen derson Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Satur day, the Rev. Raymond A. Sistek. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be jmade to Western Pennsylvania Vet erans. Development Center, 1040 Jacoby St., Johnstown, Pa c: r. o

21 WILLIAMS Clair W. of Mount Leb anon, an active member of the Ma sons and the Shrine, died July 11, 1995, at the age of 84, after a long ill ness. Clair was raised in Somerset County and formed the Cambria Sales Company of Ebensburg, a food distributing company. When the com pany was purchased and became a di vision of Meadow Gold Foods, a sub sidiary of Beatrice Foods, he came to Pittsburgh as general manager of the frozen foods division. In 1959, Clair left to form the C.W. Williams Com pany, which became a prominent food brokerage firm, later becoming Williams and Burkholder Company, in association with George Burkhold er. When Clair retired, in 1977, the company continued and today oper ates as Williams and Drake Company Inc., with Clair's son, David, as CEO. Clair was a member of the National Food Brokers Association, The Na tional Frozen Food Association and the Manufacturers Representatives of. Pittsburgh. Clair was past presi dent of the International Shrine Horse Patrol; was president of the Syria Horse Patrol in 1971 and 1972; was member of Summit Lodge 312, F. & A.M. in Ebensburg; took his 32nd degree in the Valley of Williamsport Scottish Rite Consistory, joined the Shrine in Jaffa Temple of Johns town in 1950; and Syria Temple of Pittsburgh in 1965.' After his retire ment in 1977, Clair remained active in various Masonic activities. While living in Naples, Fla., he became an associate member of Araba Temple in Fort Meyers, and was elected di rector and treasurer of the Naples Shrine Club. As a Shriher, Clair was active in numerous fundraising activ ities for the Shrine Burns Unit and the Shrine Children's Hospital, (which serve patients at no charge). Clair was also a member of the original committee to raise funjis for St. Clair's Hospital in Mount Lebanon. Clair Williams is survived by his be loved wife, Alice Z. Williams; loving father of seven children: Natalie Lawson, Marion Tisdale, and Judith Hunter of the South Hills; Kathleen DeJohn of Canonsburg; David Wil liams of Upper St. Clair; Terry Chan dler of Bunker Hill, W.Va.; and Debrah Vater of Schnecksville; also 16 grandchildren: David Lawson, Doug las Lawson, Sheryl Tisdale, Lex Tis dale, Brock Tisdale, Tim Hunter, Al ice Jacobs, Kurt Hunter, Robert Rodgers, Sandra Rudzki, Sharon Hritsko, Richard Rodgers, Todd Wil liams, Ashley Williams, Ned Chan dler, and Julie Chandler; and nine great-grandchildren, Lauren Hurley, Brittany Tisdale, Zachary Tisdale, Shane Hunter, Kevin Hunter, Oron Jacobs, Caleb Jacobs, Claire Rodgers, and Gabrielle Hritsko. Friends re ceived at Beinhauer Funeral Home, 2828 Washington Road, Peters Town ship, Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service will be at West minster Presbyterian Church on Route 19 in Upper St. Clair on Friday at 10 a.m. Contributions may be di rected to the Family Hospice, 1910 Cochran Road, Manor Oak Two, Pittsburgh, Pa WILLIAMS - Dorothy Adair, 93, 415 Table Rock Road, Gettysburg, for merly of Johnstown, died Dec. 24, 1995, in Gettysburg. Born March 19, 1902, in Johnstown, daughter of late Dr. Alexander Marcus and Edith (Roy) German. Preceded in death by husband, Charlton "Red" Williams in Survived by daughters, E. Louise Williams, Gettysburg and B. Adair Nicol, Newark, Ohio; also three grandchildren and five great-grand children. Also survived by sister, Bet ty Gifford, Gettysburg and halfbrother, George German, Wellsboro, Pa. Member of Franklin Street Unit ed Methodist Church, Johnstown. Graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Grandview Cemetery, Johnstown. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. WILLIAMS - Hazel J., 65, 133 W. Campbell St., Carrolltown, died Aug. 6,1995, at home. Born June 11,1930, in Pittsburgh, daughter of Isaac and Cecelia (Halt) O'Shell. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Charles; son, Earl Albert; sister, Dorothy Dishong. Survived by these children: Marianne, wife of Donald R. Conner, Carrolltown, and Cecelia M., wife of John T. Parfitt, Patton; grandchil dren: Melanie Ann Conner, Jodi Lynn Conner, Kelly R. Parfitt, and Joshua C. Parfitt. Sister of Herbert O'Shell, Pittsburgh. Family request for close friends and relatives, calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Matevish and Matevish Funeral Home, Ebensburg, where funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Marty Cartmell, officiating. Interment, Lloyd Ceme tery, Ebensburg. 5 (d WILLIAMS - Jennette D., 86, for merly of Edson Avenue, died Sept. 7, 1995, at the Brethren Home in New Oxford, Pa. Born July 17,1909, in Fru gality, daughter of late Frank A. and Margaret (Bell) Williams. Preceded in death by sisters, Margaret L. Wil liams and Mary L. Williams. Sur vived by sister, Anna W. Wright, York, Pa.; also nieces, Georgeanna Bittner, Johnstown, and Margaret E. Shaffer, York; seven great-nieces and great-nephews; and nine great-greatnieces and great-great-nephews. Taught in Nanty Glo for 44% years. Received bachelor's and master's de grees from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Charter member of Kappa Delta Pi Sorority at Indiana University. Active member of First Presbyterian Church. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at The Picking-Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc., where service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, the Rev. James P. Stobaugh. Interment, Union Cemetery, Hastings. WILLIAMS - John P. Sr., 72,^ei ietery Road, Portage, died Sept -48,' 1995, at VanZandt VA Medical Cen ter. Born Feb. 3,1923, in PortagOpn of Paul and Anna (Nesbella-HVilliams. Preceded in death by parents; infant daughter, Mary Ann; brcfft^s, Steve and Paul; and sisters, Dorothy Jones and Mary McCreary. Survived by wife, former Olga KerteSTTiS&d these children: Patricia, wife-^pf James Tomlinson, Quakertowripohn Jr., married to former Judith KS8B&), Portage; Paul, married to former Theresa Reaping, Dutch Town^SSargaret, wife of Pat Spenlau, Kentucky; Dorothy, wife of Steve Eckenrode, Cresson; Steve, Portage; Francis, Houston, Texas; and Robert,.Wash ington, D.C.; also 10 grandchildren. Brother of Anna McGough, Detroit, Mich.; and Katherine Borsatd^Portage; also survived by sister-iiflaw, Julie Williams. Death ends a-mar riage union of 43 years. Retired'from Conrail, after 43V2 years1 service. Army veteran of World War II. Meinber of Post 430, American Legion, Portage; and St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Portage. Deceased requested private viewing. Mass^pf Christian Burial was held Thursday at St. John the Baptist churdcihe Rev. Ronald Yogus. Interment, church cemetery. Arrangements were made through Dennis C. Beck Funeral Home, Portage.

22 '(?!.[{r (JIrilumr-fIDrinuri\M t WILLIAMS -. Ross E. Sr., 90, Carrol's Personal Care Home, Bed ford R.D. 5, formerly of Schellsburg R.D. 1, died Wednesday, Jan. 11,1995, at Memorial Hospital of Bedford County. Born Nov. 10, 1904, in Napier Township, son of late Harry B.- and Emmaline (Willis) Williams. Preced ed in death by wife, former L. Orise Wright, who died Sept. 18, 1989; and sisters, Elizabeth Slack, Alice Ware, Mary C. Williams, and Dorothy B. Williams. Survived by children: Bet ty, wife of John Coolbaugh,- Schells burg R.D. 1; Kathryn Manspeaker, Everett R.D. 1; Ross E. Jr., married1 to former Mildred Levchik, Schells-j burg; Lillian, wife of Robert Dilling; Martinsburg R.D. 1; and Rayford, married to former Margaret Hinson, Harrisburg; also 12 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Retired farmer. Member of United Church of Schellsburg. Past director of Bedford Farm Bureau. Former school board director for Schellsburg-Napier School. Former board member of Schellsburg & Chestnut Ridge Union Cemetery. Life member of Shawnee Valley Volunteer Fire Co. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mickle-Geisel Funeral Home, Schellsburg, where funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Satur day, the Rev. Arden Fritz officiating. Interment, Schellsburg Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to United Church of Schellsburg, Schellsburg, Pa NELSON-WILLIAMS Verna, 70, Springfield, Va., died May 24, Mother of Vernon "Skip" Nelson, married to former Debbie L. Balya, Stoystown; Gregory Nelson; married to former Carol Stopa, Clinton, Md.; and Mark Nelson, married to former. Sharon Shaffer, Central City. Grand mother of Patti Jo and Julie Nelson, Stoystown; Kristin Nelson, Orlando, Fla.; and Scott and Mark Nelson, Cen tral City. Viewing will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Cunn ingham Funeral Home, corner of Cameron and North Alfred, Alexan dria, Va., where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her name to Hospice of Northern Virgin ia, 6400 Arlington Blvd., Suite 1000, Falls Church, Va GO WILLIAMS - W. LeRoy "Lee," 80, Dravosburg, died July 31, Born Jan. 10, 1915, in Barnesboro. Retired in 1980 from Harbison-Walker Re fractories, with 31 years' service. Former Cub Scout master at Home stead Park United Methodist Church, for 28 years. Fifty-year member of Homestead Park United Methodist Church. Son of late Ralph and Rose (Bassett) Williams. Husband of Gaye (Berringer). Father of Zella Rose Fulmer, Plum Borough; Constance Jamison, Lincoln Place; W. LeRoy Williams Jr., North Royalton, Ohio; and late Janet Williams. Brother of Ralph Williams, Jennie Stetson, Kathryn Miller, and Ethel Price; also survived by nieces and nephews; 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grand children. Preceded in death by grand sons, Philip Fulmer, Bryan Krajniak; and great-grandson, Christopher Fowler. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Saturay, Aug. 12, at Homestead Park United Methodist Church, and a re past for the family and friends will follow. Memorial donations to Home stead Park United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 4231 Shady Ave., Munhall, Pa Arrangements by George Irvin Green Funeral Home Inc., 3511 Main St.r Munhall. (412) WILLIAMS M ;& burg, diedfsept-r21,vi995,^at home;' Born Nov. 14, 1908, in Pattori, sonnbtf Arthur and,eva (Adams) WilHafiis. Preceded in death by parents; Wife," former Edith ~Dowejr, sons, Dqirald and Kenneth; brother, Charles; :s pri Jestina Codori. Survived by these children, Jean, wife of William Barnhart, Mundys Corner, and Rob ert, married to former Leoma Sherry, Ebensburg R.D. 4; daughter-in-law, Maryann Williams, Nanty Glo;~12 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchil dren; seven great-great-grandchil dren; and a special great-grand daughter, Lisa Cochren, who took special care of Walter during his ill ness. Brother of Arthur of Emeigh. Army veteran. Member of Local 850, UMWA, Revloc; and VFW, Ebens burg. Life member of Lodge 681, LOOM, Ebensburg. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Matevish & Matevish Funeral Home, Ebensburg, where funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Steve Blake officiating. Interment, Lloyd Ceme tery, Ebensburg. WILLIAMS - William H. "Bill," 90, Cassandra, died Sept. 26, 1995, at home. Born March 30, 1905, in Spangler, son of John and Margaret (Wil liams) Williams. Preceded in death by parents; wife, former Ruth F. Hazlett; brothers, John, Albert and Idris; and sisters, Florence Barger and Ella Pearson. Survived by daughter, Miri am Ruth, wife of John Boreck, Jamestown, N.Y.; granddaughters, Jackie Murry, Sheryl Boreck, Mi chelle Philbrick, Tina Stauski and Miriam George; and 15 great-grand children. Brother of Ethyl Raymond, and Peg Brunett, both of Jamestown, N.Y. Also survived by his beloved dog, "Buddy Boy Pal." Former coal miner. Retired from Proto Tool Co., Jamestown, N.Y. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Bethany United Methodist Church, Portage, Pastor James E. Rank officiating. Inter ment, Propsect Cemetery. WILLIAMS - Willis "Wid", 73, 85 Governors Circle, Groton, Conn., died July , at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, New London, Conn^ Born March 8,1922, in Jphnstown. Preced ed in death by^^er^h^^ther, Jackie; and brbther-in-iawf Rickf Sur vived by mother, Margaret (Seth) Williams; sisters, Jane Reighard, Do lores Ribblett, Sis and Marge, all of Johnstown^ also nieces and nephews. Married to MaryA Burggraf of Led: yard, Conn:; son, -Gary Williams, Orangeville, Utah; and daughter, Carol Burpee of Ledyard, Conn.; fa ther-in-law, Rudy Burggraf; three grandchildren; and one great-grand child. Served in the Marines in World War II, surviving the battle of Iwo Jima. Worked as a welder at Electric Boat in Groton, retiring in Mem ber of American Legion Post 294 and 40 et 8 of Johnstown, Hugo Simonelli Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mys tic, Conn.; and Social Society of Frohsinn, Mystic. Funeral and burial ar rangements at Memorial Home at Byles,Conn.

23 ZEANCHOCK - Mary M., 76, 818 Hemlock St., Gallitzin, died May 23, 1995, at her residence. Born April 13, 1919, in Gallitzin, daughter of late Mi chael and Susan (Sajnoski) Pigza. Preceded in death by husband, Mi chael, on April 17, 1989; brothers, Mike, George, Andrew and Joseph; and sister, Veronica Jerosky. Sur vived by stepson, Michael Jr., and daughter-in-law, Kate Zeanchock, Bakerton; and these brothers and sis ters: John, and. wife, Muriel Pigza, Milford, Del.; Agnes, and husband, Ted Zajac, Gallitziri; Margaret, and husband, Peter Marnecheck, Cleve land, Ohio; and Paul, and wife, ShirleyyPigza, Willoughby, Ohio; and nu merous nieces and nephews. Member of St. Mary Catholic Church, Gallit zin, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday, the Rev, Anthony Pollack. Interment, church cemetery. Friends received from 1 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Lenz- Gibbons Funeral Home, Gallitzin, where scriptural wake service will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday. ZERBEE Mary Jane, 69, of 3661 Col. Drake Highway, Dysart, died Dec. 17, 1995, at Indiana Hospital. Born Jan. 10, 1926, in Patton, daugh ter of the late Albert and Veronica (Gongloff) Saltsgiver. Preceded in death by husband, Henry, who died June 7, 1968; grandson, Michael Hen ry, and brother, William. Survived by these children: Veronica (Ann), mar ried to Paul Sunseri, Patton; Leona, married to Walter McConnell Jr., Ebensburg; James, married to the for mer Coletta McConnell, Erie; Pauline Lechene, and Mary, married to Rob ert Cence, both of Barnesboro; Paul, married Maria Calombaris, Laport, Ind.; Jean Snyder and fiance, Mark Eger, Ashville; Linda, married to Rodney Dibert, Claysburg; and John, married to the former Donna Nagle, Dysart; 19 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A sister of Agnes Little, Connecticut; and Albert, of Patton. Member of Chest Springs Senior Citizens; the Altar Rosary So ciety, and St. Monica's Catholic Church, Chest Springs, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. Clark George, officiating. Interment, church cemetery. Friends will be re ceived 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Gib bons Funeral Home, Ashville, where Scriptural Wake Service will be held 3 p.m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the American Diabetes Association. ZELLAM - John J. Sr. "Pee Wee 71 Blough, Hooversville R.D. 1, died Oct. 4,1995, in Bedford County. Born Jan. 4, 1924, in Blough, son of Peter and Rose (Homick) Zellam. Preceded in death by parents; sisters, Elizabeth Zellam; and Nellie, wife of Frank Kostro Sr., Den- * msmm ver, Colo. Sur vived by wife of 48 years, former Mary Rullo; chil dren: Nicolette, married to Ray mond Steele Clawson, Hoo versville R.D. 1; Rosalie Beck, and Kenneth Kayian, Tampa, Fla.; Gerri, Johnstown; and John Jr., and Sherrie Gleason, Windber, grand sons, Bailyn, Evan, Kenny and John III. Brother of Rose, widow of Tony Yonish; Mary, wife of Mike Summits; and twin sister, Helen, wife of Andy Kubek, all of Michigan; Anna, widow of John Yuschick; Eva "Honey" Zel lam; and George Zellam, all of Blough; and Michael, married to for mer Frances Blucas; and Kathryn, widow of Jack Boyer, both of Hoo versville; also survived by many lov ing nieces and nephews. World Wai-II Army veteran of 17th Infantry,7th Division. Twice-wounded on Oki nawa. Received the Purple: Heart, with Oak Leaf Cluster. Retired from Reitz Coal Co. at Camp Hamilton. Member of Local 6410 UMWA; Hoo versville Post 7565, VFW; and Hoo versville Sportsmens Club. Social Sber of Hooversville VFD Avid hunter and fisherman and loved to pick fruit in Bedford County. Family will receive friends from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday at Deaner Funeral Home, Hooversville, where service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, the Rev. Conrad Salach, O.F.M., Conv. Inter ment, St. Anthony's Cemetery, Wind ber. Memorial contributions may be given to Hooversville Volunteer Fire Co. Graveside service by Menoher Post 155, VFW. 583 ZIANCE - Regina D. "Doris," 76, of 1224 Monroe Ave., Altoona, died Dec. 10, 1995, at the home of her son, James, in Juniata. Born July 30,1919, in Spindley City, daughter of the late Edward and Inez (Davis) Gallagher. Preceded in death by husband, Ed ward J., on March 30, 1994; sisters: Jessie Auberzinsky, Gertrude Storm, Jean Grevis and Patricia McMullen; and brothers: Paul and Francis. Sur vived by these children: Dr. Robert, married to the former Joyce Sidwar, Greensburg; Dr. Ronald, married to the former Mary Moore, Lexington, Mass.; and James, married to the for mer Linda Dietrick, Juniata, Altoona; also seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Sister of Nelson, Garden Grove, Calif., and Joyce Kapello, Hastings. Member of Senior Citizens, Altoona, and AARP. Mem ber of St. John's Catholic Church, Lakemont, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. Paul Turnbull, celebrant. Entombment, Calvary Mausoleum, Altoona. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Lenz-Gibbons Funeral Home, Gallitzin, where a Scriptural Wake Service will be held Tuesday. ZIESMAN - Gustave J., 94, Laurel Crest Manor, formerly of Daniel Sreet, died April 18,1995, at Lee Hos pital Born Oct 26, 1900, in Johns town Preceded in death by parents; wife,' the former Elizabeth Cable; Tons James, Lawrence and Ebemzer; Asters Pauline and Theresa; and brother, Paul. Survived by children Naomi Crouch, California; Margaret Hearn, Johnstown; Gustave, married to the former Callista Heidenthal, York Marlyn, wife of Charles Ber- Iaw^lorid?Shirley, wife of Anthony Pellzzani, Manchester, Pa., and Glenn, married to the former Dawn Mowery, Virginia; also 23 grandchrtdren and 23 great-grandchildren A brother of Lawrence, California and G Ozog Funeral Home, Inc., Broad Street where funeral service will be held at U a.m. Friday, the Rev Hans Peter Helmer. Interment, Grandview Cemetery.

24 nl ZIEWACZ Phyllis (Jarest), 79, San Francisco, Calif., died Jan. 24,1995, in Oakland, Calif. Born Nov. 9, 1915, in Johnstown, daughter of Blase and Helen Ziewacz. Preceded in death by parents; and husband, Joseph. Sur vived by daughters, Diane, San Fran-* Cisco; and Margaret, Philadelphia. Also survived by brothers, Chester, Tennessee; and William, married to former Shirely Adamy, Johnstown;; and sister, Agnes, New York. Member of the Catholic faith. Viewing will be private at the family's request. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, the Rev. Francis Balestino. Burial Grandview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Edward Moskal Funeral Home. ZIMA - Martha, 77, 81 Arch Ave., died May 31, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born April 4, 1918, in Johnstown, daughter of Anthony and Anna (To-; porcek) Bartosky. Preceded in death by parents; daughter, Marsha A.; Bowers; brothers, John and Anthony Bartosky, and sis ters, Mary Skubak,. Anna Puzak and Helen Blosko. Survived by hus band of 54 years, Joseph Zima; daughters, Linda, marrid to Rich ard Kovach, Erie; Donna, married to Joseph Vella, Lake Worth, Fla.; and son-in-law, Russell Bowers. Also survived by grandchildren, Denise Katzenstein, Darren Bowers, Dena Bowers and Rebecca Kovach and great-grandchildren, Jeremy, Zachary and Alisha Katzenstein and Eliza beth Kovach. Sister of Josephine Imerich, Johnstown. Member of St. Stephen's Mother's Club and Catholic Church, where Mass of Christian Bur ial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Sat urday, the Rev. Lawrence Lacovic. Interment, church cemetery. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home Inc., Broad Street, where wake service will be held Friday evening. ZIMMERMAN - Mervin J. "Si," 85, Davidsville, died May 1, 1995, at home. Born Jan. 17,1910, in Somerset County, son of Noah and Harriet (Fry) Zimmerman. Preceded in death by parents; wife, former Lois M. Berkey, who died July 14, 1992; and four sis ters. Survived by several nieces and nephews; brother and sisters-in-law, Charles Berkey, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Ruth, wife of Charles Keim, Davids ville; Wilma, wife of Rev. John Eash Jr., Pittsburgh. Member of St. David's Lutheran Church, Davidsville. Owner-operator of Zimmerman's Economy Food Market, Davidsville, from Charter member of Conemaugh Township Water Authori ty. Member of Masonic Blue Lodge. Family receiving friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at George E. Mason Funeral Home Inc., Davids ville. Friends will also be received from 10 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. David's Lu theran Church, the Rev. Nelson Ilgenfritz. Interment, Maple Spring Ceme tery. ZIMMERMAN - Pauline (Yonisti), 66, Aspinwall, died Sept. 28,1995. Wife of Charles W.; mother of Ronald C. and Stephanie M. Zimmerman. Also survived by four grandchildren. Sis ter of Mary Casper, Nick, George, Jo seph, Alex, Michael and John Yonish. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Sat urday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sun day at Weddell-Ajak Funeral Home, 100 Center Ave., Aspinwall. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Mon-, day in the Temple of the Crucified One, th Ave., Homestead. Ev eryone please meet at the church. : ZIMMERMAN - Shirley Mae (Wills), 65, died Dec. 15,1995, as a result of an accident in Laurel, Miss. Resident of! Albertville, Ala. Daughter of Maude1 (Pugh) Wills, who also died in the ac cident. Born Sept. 7, 1930, in Somer set, Pa. Preceded in death by infant daughter, Linda Sue. Survived by de voted husband, Paul Zimmerman, and these children: Cheryl Marlene, wife of B. Patrick Allen, Hattiesburg, Miss.; Paul Keith, married to Nita, Houston, Texas; Bobbi Jane, wife of Dr. John Carr, Albertville; grandchil dren: John and Lorianne Allen, Chris topher, Paul Keith Jr., Peter and Heidi Zimmerman, and Rebecca and Rachel Carr, mother-in-law, Irene Statler, Sebring, Fla.; father-in-law and wife, Fred and A. Elizabeth Zimmerman; and sisters-in-law, Leona Phillips, widow of Thomas Phil lips, and Doris, wife of J.D. Barber, all of Johnstown. Also survived by aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins. A 1948 graduate of Johnstown High School. Member of Hewitt Memorial Methodist Church. Shirley was a qui et, gentle lady, skilled in needlework, painting and photography. She was wonderfully kind to everyone and she will be sadly missed. Her life will continue to be an inspiration to all who knew and loved her. Friends will be received Thursday at the Adams Brown Funeral Home, Albertville. Funeral Friday at Hewitt Memorial Church followed by burial at Douglasville Cemetery. Donations to the Arthritis Foundation in Shirley's memory will be appreciated. ZIMMERMAN - Todd William, 16, Armagh, died March 4, 1995, at Indi ana Hospital. Born Jan. 12, 1979, in Johnstown, son of Robert and Sharon (Maley) Zimmerman. Preceded in death by grandparents. Survived by parents; brothers, Robert John and Michael Patrick; at home; aunts and uncles: Sally and.bland Chamberlain; Bill and Margie Zimmerman, Seward; and Ter ry, of Florida; nieces and neph ews: Teddy Vander -Naillen, and Billy and Melissa Zimmerman. A 10th grade student at United High School where he was a member of the track and field team. Member v of United * Junior Legion Baseball League and former midget football, baseball and basketball player. Also a guitar player. Member of Holy Family Catholic Church, Seward, where friends and family will meet for a 10 a.m. Wednesday Mass, of Christian Burial, the Rev. John Wilt. Interment will follow- at Armagh Cemetery. Friends received 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. p.m. Tuesday at The Picking- Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc., where wake service will be said 7 p.m. Tues day. Todd was deeply loved by fami ly, friends and special friends, Father Pierce and M.J.

25 (Eire ZABALA Loretta 3:, 60; Johnstown, died Jan. 24, 1995, at home. Born Feb. 20, 1934, in Johnstown, daughter of late Charles and Cora (Schneider) McClure. Preceded in death by broth ers, William and Charles; and sisters, Mildred and Violet. Sister of Marga ret McClure, Portage; and Theda Morse, Ohio. Private service will be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements by The Picking- Treece-Bennett Mortuary Inc. ZABROSKY Mary, 73, Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Windber, died Oct. 6, 1995, at home. Born April 17, 1922, in Windber, daughter of late John and Mary (Cherbak) Knapp. Preceded in death by husband, Steve, and brother, John. Survived by sons, Steve and Da vid; and daughter, Marisa, all of Cleveland; and one grandchild. Sister of George, Windber, Michael, Deltona, Fla.; and Anna, wife of David Christ, Pasadena, Calif. Also survived by sisters-in-law, Mary Kosturko, Windber; and Erma Prohonic, Lan caster. Services and burial were held Oct. 9 in Cleveland. ZAGROD Ann Marie, 77, Richland Manor, formerly of Central Avenue, died April 29, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born Oct. 26,1917, in Windber, daugh ter of Theodore and Anna (Myslawski) Sobotka. Preceded in death by parents; sisters: Mae Kovach, Jean Molnar and Lucy Sobotka; and brother, John Sobotka; and halfbrother, Walter. Beloved mother of Patricia, wife of 0. Raymond Smay, and Theresa, wife of Allen Smith, both of Gibsonia; Linda Owens; John G., married to the former Martha "Marty" Gallagher; Michael J., and fiancee, Mary Helen Wills, all of Johnstown. Also survived by,a num ber of nieces and nephews and these grandchildren: Kelly, Kristine and Karin Smay; Aaron and Craig Smith; and Lee Andrew Yuhas; and a greatgrandson, James Ryan. Member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. An avid card player. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at John Hen derson Co. Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick's Church, the Rev. Wil liam H. McGovern. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Wake service will be held Tuesday afternoon. z ZAGRODNICK - John, 85, 604 Iolite Ave., died Nov. 4, 1995, in Lee Hospi tal. Born Jan. 16, 1910, in Johnstown, son of Michael and Catherine (Pawlat) Zagrodnick. Preceded in death by parents; daughter, Patricia Pavlosky; sister, Mary Petrusky; and brothers: Michael, James, Adam and Peter. Survived by wife of 58 years, the former Nellie F. Urick; sons: John T., married to the former Terri Deck er, Texas; and Douglas J., Florida; grandchildren: Carol M. and Robert J. Pavlosky and Aaron J. Zagrodnick. A brother of Katie and Nicholas Za grodnick, both of Johnstown; Julia Zagrodnick, Texas; and Rose Martin, Chester, Pa. A retired employee of the Open Hearth Dept., Franklin Divi sion of Johnstown Plant, Bethlehem Steel Corp. A member of St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church (Byzantine Rite), where a private Fu neral Liturgy will be conducted at the convenience of the family by the Rev. Anthony T. Kubacki. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. At the request of the family, there is no public view ing or visitation. Arrangements by Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home Inc., Broad Street. ZAHAR Joseph J., 72, 305 Alleghe ny St., Boswell, died March 4,. 1995, at Maple Mountain Manor, Berlin. Born Dec. 25, 1922, in Ralphton, son of Justyn and Anna (Barchock) Zahar. Pre ceded in death by parents; and brother, John. Survived by wife( the former Sarah L. Snowberger;.and son, Claude, married Cynthia Sachs, Chambersburg. Brother of Catherine Saponsky, Niles, Ohio; Edward, mar ried to Mary Perry, Erie; also numer ous nieces and nephews. A member of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Bos well; Boswell Post 461, American Le gion;- Jenner Rod and Gun Club; and Jerome Nest 556, Polish Falcons of ZAJDEL - Catherine B., 76, Lilly, died July 25, 1995, at Altoona Hospi tal. Born Nov. 4, 1918, in Benscreek, Portage Township, daughter of John and Marianna (Czajka) Barnas. Pre ceded in death by parents; husband, John, who died Oct. 30, 1978; and brothers, Frank and John. Survived by sons, Casimir, married to former Bonnie Zupon, Marietta, Ga.; Thomas, married to former Trish Williams Marra, Huntingdon; and devoted son, Alan, Lilly; grandchildren, Jeffrey, Phillip, and Michelle Zajdel, Mariet ta, Ga. Sister of Anna Weshalek, Roy al Oak, Mich.; Rose Yanik, Strongsville, Ohio; Joseph Barnish, Hoschton, Ga.; Sophie-Trudy Budziak, Westland, Mich.; Mary Caucci, Olmsted Falls, Ohio; and Stanley Barnish, Berea, Ohio. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews; and special friends, Char Wedge and Lucy Muriceak, Cresson. Resident of Laurel Crest Manor, from Dec to July 1995, following an extended illness. Member of former Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Lilly. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Thomas F. Cloherty Fu neral Home, Lilly, where wake serv ice will be held Thursday. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of the Alleghenies church, Lilly, Monsignor John R. Sasway. Interment, church cemetery. ZAJICEK Marie (Bocek), 95, Oakmont, Pa., formerly of Patton, "died Feb. 18, 1995, at Presbyterian Medi cal Center in Oakmont, Pa. Born Dec. 8, 1899, in Czechoslovakia, daughter of Frank and Anna (Husek) Bocek. Preceded in death by parents; hus band, Thomas Zajicek, who died Dec, America. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Retired resident in spector with Pennsylvania General Services Authority. Would have ob served,. 49th wedding anniversary 26, 1967; son, Leo T. Zajicek, who died ceived Sunday evening and will be re ceived 2 to -4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Hoffman Funeral Home, Allegheny St., Boswell, where wake service was held Sunday evening, the Rev. Father Blase Wegierski, O.F.M. Conv. Funer al service at 11 a.m. Tuesday at fu neral home,-the Rev. Michael A. Dunlap, officiating. Interment, Somerset County Memorial Park. Graveside military service by VFW Post 155 ischenko, Pittsburgh; and Mark.Thomas Zajicek, Penn Hills; and twin great-grandsons: Brent and Matthew March" M, 1995.' Friends were re Ritual.Team. March 26,1992. Survived by daughterin-law, Margery (Pfister) Zajicek, Penn Hills; also these grandchildren: Judith DeNinno, Trafford; Teresa Baughman, Greensburg; Sue Ann An- Ba'ughman. Friends will be received from noon until time of Funeral Mass at 1 p.m. Monday at St. George Roman Catholic Church, Patton, the Rev. Robert J. Roche, O.S.B. Inter ment, church cemetery. Stevens Fu neral Home Inc., Patton, is serving the Zajicek family.

26 ZANIN Attilio Louis, 78, 543 Red Mill Road, Ebensburg, died Sept. 4, 1995, in Ebensburg. Born Nov. 4,1916, in Wehrum, Pa., son of Natale and Giustina (Dapont) Zanin. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Benjamin Zanin; sister, Zaira Zanin; son, Thom as; and sister-in-law, Eva (Gaydos) Zanin. Survived by wife, former Loretta Schirato; daughters, Zaira Zanin, South Charleston, Ohio; Elda Zanin, Boca Raton, Fla.; Virginia, wife of Tony Delgado, Lorain, Ohio; and Susan, wife of Thomas Cobaugh, Barnesboro; and sons, Dennis, mar ried to former Catherine Miller, Eb ensburg, and Thomas, married to for mer Carol Saunier, Knoxville, Tenn.; also 10 grandchildren; brothers, Bru no, married to former Margaret Parrish, Greenbelt, Md.; John, Alex andria, Va.; Sam, married to former Jean Lambert, San Diego, Calif.; Ray mond, married to former Barbara Gallo, Lanham, Md.; and George, married to former Lillian Kubat, Eb ensburg; and sister, Sister Giustina, nun of Sisters of the Presentation of. Blessed Virgin Mary of Washington, 111. Retired coal miner from Bethle hem Mines 31, Nanty Glo. Member of SS. Timothy and Mark Roman Catho lic-church, Twin Rocks; UMWA Local 1386, Nanty Glo; and Knights of Co lumbus 522, Ebensburg. He enjoyed gardening, woodcarving, reading and the Tridentine Mass. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Bowser-Ondriezek Fu neral Home, Nanty Glo, where a li turgical wake will be held Wednesday afternoon. Knights of Columbus Council 522 will hold a brief prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Thurs day at SS. Timothy and Mark Roman Catholic Church, Twin Rocks, the Rev. Father Matthew Misurda, cele brant. Interment, church cemetery. Donations may be made to SS. Timo thy and Mark Building Fund, Twin Rocks. A park bench will be donated in memory of Attilio Zanin to Blacklick Township Parks and Recreation Committee. 58 ZAPPERNICH - Robert "Andy," 67, 324 Voung St., died May 15, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Nov. 26, 1927, in Johnstotfn, son of John and Catherine (Benewiat) Zappemich. Preceded in death by parents; sisters, Sophie Solgan, Mary Luciw and Kay Cavalier; and brothers, John and James. Survived by wife, former Dor othy J: Svoboda; daughters, Denise, wife of Danny Smith, Summerhill; and Donna Zappemich, Los Angeles, Calif.; and grandchildren, Robert and Michelle Smith. Brother of Ann Azar and Shirley Soiamon, both of Johns town; Rose Lapovsky, Easton; Irene Monahan, New York; and Joseph Zap pemich, Cleveland, Ohio. Retired em ployee of Gautier Division; Johns town Plant, Bethlehem Steel Corp. Army veteran, Korean War. Member of Hollsopple VFW; Polish West End Citizens and Austrian HalL Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home Inc., Broad Street, where fu neral service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, the Rev. P. B. Morris. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. ZATEK - Edward S. "Sam," 66, Por tage, died Dec. 14,1995, at home. Born Jan. 19, 1929, in Portage, son of An drew and Mary (Karsynak) Zatek. Preceded in death by parents; broth ers, Andrew, Paul and Leo; and sis ters, Margaret Yarosh, Rita Zaremski and Clara Richards. Survived by wife, former Mary Ann Hudak; and these children: Diane, wife of Terry Walter, Lansdale; Edward, married to former Lori Dunmyer, Portage; and Mark, Elton; also four grandchil dren and one great- granddaughter. Brother of John Zatek, Michigan and Pearl Kassick, Conemaugh. Former coal miner, last employed by Bethle hem Mines 33. Korean War Army vet eran. Member of Post 430 American Legion, Benscreek Social Citizens Club, Benscreek Horseshoe League, Benscreek Wildlife Association and UMWA. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at Assumption BVM Catholic Church, Portage, Father Ronald V. Osinski, celebrant. Interment, St. Bartholomew Cemetery, Wilmore. Wake service will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday. Veterans memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday. Grave side military rite by Portage veter ans. ZATKQS - Stanley, 75, died April 23, 1995, at Holy Name. Hospital, Teaneck, N.J. Born in Amsbry and lived in Ashville before moving- to Ridgefield Park, N.J. Stanley worked in the coal mines in Pennsylvania un til he enliste.d in the Army where he served in the infantry as a sergeant and participated in the European, Af rican, and Middle Eastern cam paigns. In Chateau de Fontenay, France, he received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart". Worked for Struc tural Steel Corp., Lodi, N.J., until Survivors include his wife, Nangy (Suniak); sister, Mary Szymola, Nanty Glo; brothers, Danny, Buffalo, N.Y.; and Walter, Nanty Glo. Preced ed in death by sisters, Ida Kinash and Stella Russo; and brothers, John and Leo Zatkos. Funeral service will be held 9 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Apos tle R.O. Church, 19 Platt Ave., Saddle' Brook, N.J. Burial, George Washing ton Memorial Park, Paramus, N.J. ZDELAR Nicholas Jr., 79, Richland Township, died Dec. 20, 1995, at his residence. Born May 8, 1916, in Johnstown, son of late Nicholas Sr. and Amelia (Mastervich) Zdelar. Pre ceded in death by brothers, George, Michael, Charles and Milton; and sis ter, Amelia. Survived by wife, former Helen Jasjxebska, to whom he was married for 53 years; sons, Nicholas J., North Carolina; and Thomas J., married to former Joan Pataky, Greensburg; and six grandchildren. Brother of Ann, wife of Thomas Cone, and Joseph, both of New Cumberland; and Samuel, Johnstown. Member of St. George Serbian Orthodox Church. World War U Navy veteran. Retired employee of U.S. Steel. At the request of the family there will be no visita tion or viewing. Funeral service to be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. George Serbian Orthodox Church. Arrange ments by Henderson-Ketterer Funer al Home, Geistown. J J

27 WILLIAMSON - Irwin L., 73, Ashcroft Road, Patton,-died May 5, 1995, at home. Born Sept. 3, J921, in Patton, son of William and Agnes (Mertens) Williamson. Preceded in death Jby parents; sister, Iona Roberts; brother, William; infant sister, Reba; infant brother, Robert; and grandson, Wade Merrill. Survived by wife, Martha-J. (Gwynn) Williamson, whom he rnar^ ried May 12, 1944; three.daughters: Mary Ellen, and husband, Raymond Wendekier, Patton; Janet L; and hus band, Donald Merrill, Patton; Arle/ie E., and husband, Allen Neale Dow Jr., Patton; 14 grandchildren.. and: six great-grandchildren; sisters:; Arlefte Williamson, Detroit, Mich.; Mildred Williamson, Detroit, Mich.; and Nona Moore, Auburn, N.Y. Was a rettfcfed employee with 30 years' service with Barnes & Tucker Coal Co. An Army veteran of World War II, Purple Heart and Bronze Star, recipient. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Stevens Fu neral Home Inc., Patton, where serv ice will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Pastor William E.. Lawson.. InleF ment, Fairview Cemetery, Patton*NIir lieu, of flowers," memorials may be made to the Patton Area Ambulance Association or the Patton Presbyteri an Church. ' WILLIAMSON - Jerry A., 61, of 627 Tunnelhill St., Gallitzin, died March 4, 1995, at Altoona Hospital. Born July 20,1933, in Gallitzin Township, son of the late Alexander and Amy (Flaitz) Williamson.. Preceded in death by brothers:-.leroy, -Leo,.Thomas,- and Eugene; and sisters: Ida Mae Moses, Pauline Mandichak, and Nancy Eberhart. Survived by wife, the for mer Mary Lou Johnson, whom he married June 25, 1955, in Wabasha Minn., and these children: Yvonne Stoudnour, Gallitzin; Charles, mar ried to Cindy Bradley, Ebensburg Mary C, married to Gary Lynch, Gal litzin; Michael, married to Christine Moore, Gallitzin; Peggy, married to Ed Smuda, James Creek; Gregory, married to Lisa Adams, Gallitzin R.D.; also 11 grandchildren. Brother of Isabelle.Kent, Cresson; Mary Gray, Lilly, Alice Marino, Cresson; Donna Burk, Gallitzin. Employed as a truck driver for 7D Wholesale, Gallitzin. An Army veteran of Korean Conflict. Member of Gallitzin American Le gion, Gallitzin Sportsmens Club, Teamsters International Local 24 and Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, Cresson. Friends will be re ceived from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. until time of funeral service at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Lenz-Gibbons Funeral Home, Gallitzin, the Rev. James Milford, officiating. Inter ment, St. Patrick's Cemetery, Gallit zin. Military graveside rites by Gal litzin American Legion and other local military organizations. WILLIAMSON John H., 53, White Street, Nanty Glo, died March 7,1995, at Indiana Hospital. Born April 9, 1941, in Nanty Glo, son of late John and Louise (Jones) Williamson. Pre ceded in death by infant brothers,. John and Raymond. Survived by wife, former Kathy Roles, to whom he was married for "24 years; and children, Bradley and Brooke, both at home. Brother of Elizabeth Hill and Henri etta Toth, both of Nanty Glo; Jane Heming, Johnstown; James and Don ald, both of Nanty Glo; Margaret Heming, Twin Rocks; and Edward and David, both of Nanty Glo. Also numerous nieces arid nephews. Em ployed at Penelec in the Mobile Main tenance Division. Friends will be re ceived from,2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Askew-Houser Funeral Homes Inc., Nanty Glo, where funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, the Rev. Ralph Mostoller, officiating. Interment, Belsano United Methodist Cemetery. WILLINGER-RANERI Thelma Joann, 59, Indiana Street, Seward, died May 28,1995, at home. Born Jan. 15, 1936, in Pittsburgh, daughter of late 0. Jay and Thelma (Clark) Hall. Preceded in death by brother, John Hail. Survived by husband, Michael J. Willinger; son, Anthony Raneri III, married, to former Kelly Bargas, Johns town; and grand daughter, Kristen Marie Raneri. Sister of Betty' Jane Hall and Lorena Ree<J, both of Conemaugh. Sister-in-law of Helen Raneri and Betty Hall, both of Johnstown; Albert Willinger, Dallas, Texas; Jill Brewer," West Memphis, Ark.; Pam Willinger, Atlanta, Ga.; and Maria Montgomery, South Gate, Ky. Also survived by 20 nieces and nephews. Member of Lancaster Coun ty Historical Society. Self-employed in the insurance and income tax pro fessions. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Kenneth A. Stuart Funeral Home, New Florence, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. David B. Bow man. Interment, Richland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Theima's memory to Region al Hospice at Windber, 600 Somerset Ave., Windber, Pa , or to the family. WILLIS Barbara J., 38, and daugh ter, Calli, 17 months, Chester Springs, Pa., died April 18,1995, at home. Bar bara was born March 8> 1957, in Johnstown, and Calli was born Nov. 18, 1993, in Bryn Mawr. Barbara was the daughter of John Gray and Joan (Zimmerman) Askey-Gray. Barba ra was preceded in death by her father. Survived by mother, Joan Askey,. Johns town; paternal grandparents, John and Evalena Gray, Johnstown. A sister of Paula, wife of John Fecko, Johnstown; Lorie, wife of Robert Vizi, Downingtown; and David and fiance, Patti Trinidad, Coatesville. Calli is survived by grandmother, Joan Askey, great-grandparents, John and Evalena Gray; aunts, Paula Fecko and Lorie Vizi; and uncle, David. Bar bara was a former waitress at the Holiday Inn, Johnstown. Both were members of Garfield United Method ist Church. Friends received 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Francis G. Ozog Fu neral Home, Inc., Broad Street, where funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, the Rev. James Devorick. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. 561

28 OT ril WILLS Lucy, 95, 717 Maple St., South Fork died Jan. 7,1995 at Laurel Crest Manor. Born Oct. 7, 1899, in Beaverdale, daughter of Lawrence and Louise (DeVos) DeMoise. Preced- >ed in death by parents; husband,.how ard "Bucky"; children, Devon and Helen Louise; sistersr Josephine Gelston, Ceverine Seibert, and Gla dys Primel; brothers: Law rence and Am brose. Survived by these children: Ruth W., widow of Jack Kline, Eb- 11 ensburg; Raymond W., married to the former Ann Rentes, South Fork; Paul E., married to the former Mary Agnello, Berwyn, Pa.; and Twila M., wife of Stephen Sharar, Piney Flats, Tenn.; and 10 grandchildren: Judith K. Naughton,. Texas; J. David Kline, Ebensburg; Terry Wills, Ebensburg; Janet Baron, New Jersey; Lucie Rae Gurley, Florida; Paul David Wills, James Wills and John Wills, all of Philadelphia; Stephen T. Sharar II, North Carolina; Gretchen M. Smith, New York; and seven great-grand children; and sister-in-law, Erma Wills, Petersburg, Pa. Member of First United Methodist Church and the church Elderberries, and the Dames of Malta, all of South Fork. Was a 45-year member of Johnstown Chapter «i83, O.E.S. Mother departed this life for the joys of Heaven to be with Our Lord. Family will receive friends from noon until 9 p.m. Tues day at the Homer J. George Funeral Home, South Fork. Service will;be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Unit ed Methodist Church, the Revs. John Weaver and Donald Rainey. Inter ment, South Fork Cemetery. O.E.S. service will be held 7 p.m. Tuesday.. WILLS Maude Elizabeth (Pugh), 89, died Dec. 15,1995, as a result of a traffic accident in Laurel, Miss. Resi dent of Albertville, Ala. Born March 12,1906, in Windber, daughter of Rob ert and Emma Pugh. Preceded in death by parents; brothers, Dale, Donald, Warren and Bert; sister, Violet; infant granddaughter, and daughter, Shirley Zimmerman, Dec. 15,1995. Survived by son-in-law, Paul Zimmerman, and these grandchil dren: Cheryl Marlene, married to Bonard Patrick Allen, Hattiesburg, Miss.; Paul Keith, married to Nita, Houston, Texas; and Bobbi Jane, mar ried to Dr. John Carr, Albertville, Ala.; and eight great-grandchildren. Also survived by sisters, Gladys Faidley and Ethel Pugh, both of Somerset; Dorothy Byrd Ogline, Hershey; and Grace Dallas of Kansas. Former em ployee of Veterans Administration, Johnstown Office, she also worked many years as a secretary in New York and Maryland. She remained active and busy in her later years, a loving and devoted mother, grand mother, sister, aunt and friend. An avid and creative needleworker. Her gentle, quite manner will be lovingly remembered by all who knew her. Friends will be received Thursday at the Adams Brown Funeral Home, Al bertville. Funeral Friday at Hewitt Memorial Methodist Church. Burial at Douglasville Cemetery, Alabama. WILLS Paul F. Sr., 71, Gallitzin R.D., died Dec. 7, 1995, at Altoona Hospital. Born March 5,1924, in Cresson, son of late Homer F. and Aman da (Conrad) Wills. Survived by wife, former Mary Ruth Williams, whom he married, Sept. 25,1946, in Loretto; sons: Clarence, married to former Mary Ann Quevy, Avon, Ohio; Gerald, married to former Catherine Lane, Gallitzin R.D.; and Paul Jr., at home; and five grandchildren. Brother of Rita Davis, Hilda Trexler, and Alverta McCauley, all of Altoona; Agatha Williams, Loretto R.D.; Corrine Curtis, Hopewell, Va.; Ken, Ashville; and Nancy Kent, Cresson. Army vet eran of World War II, having re ceived two Purple Hearts and five Bronze Stars. Employed by Pennsyl vania Railroad for 19 years as a trackman and retired as an auto me chanic. Member of St. Michael Catho lic Church, Loretto, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. Monsignor Thomas Maher.. Interment, church cemetery. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Gibbons Funeral Home, Ashville, where scrip tural wake service will be held Fri day afternoon. 1993; second hus band, Eugene* Wilson, on Dec. 28, 1978; son, Fess Toney Jr., in 1972; j WILSON-TONEY - Mrs. Corriej (Smith), 84, 174 Prospect St., died at 8:45 p.m. March 4, 1995, at Conemaugh hospital. Born March 20,1910, in Dawson, Ga., daughter of Robert and Ida (Bennett) Smith. Preceded in death by first husband, Fess Toney Sr., on June 13, «" «.- grandson, Alraphus Toney Jr., and stepson, Wil lie D. Bell Sr.; in Survived by these children: Doris, wife of Rev. Matthew Tisinger, Ida, wife of James Britt Sr.; Mary, wife of Earl Jackson Sr.; Alraphus Sr., married to former Georgia Hill Toney, Lois, wife of Monroe McGhee; Emmanuel Toney, married to former Linda Gunby, and Edward Toney, all of Johnstown; Joan Lawrence, Creola Baxter and Ruby, married to Kenneth Cole, all of Columbus, Ohio; also 61 grandchil dren, 111 great-grandchildren and 33 great-great-grandchildren. Also, daughter-in-law, Mrs. Annie Laura Toney, and a friend of long standing, Jenette Cole. Sister of Mrs. Ruby Por ter and William J. Smith, both of East Orange, N.J., and Mrs..Anna Woods, Colorado Springs, Colo.; also sistersin-law, Mrs. Piccola Crowder, Mrs. Rose Brown and Mrs. Bertha Alexan der, also a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Member of St' James Missionary Baptist Church. Was-a mother of the church and deaconess of the church. Friends received at St. James Church from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m Friday, and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. time of service, the Rev. Dr. Ralph Johnson, officiating. Interment, Benshoff Hill Cemetery. WILSON Robert Glenn, 77, former ly of Central City, died June 26,1995, at home. Born Oct. 26,1918, in Wind ber, son of Robert and Mary Jane (Galvin) Wilson. Preceded in death by parents; wife, former Hilda Hillegas; and brother, Gilbert. Survived by children, Glenn, Jean and Elaine, all of Lodi, Ohio. Air Force veteran of World War II. Brother of Leroy and Melvin, both of Central City, and Daniel, Cleveland, Ohio. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Baditt Funeral Home, North Royalton, Ohio. J J

29 (T[In* (J[ i il r.m i WILSON -Robert Graham, 62, Beaverdale, died April 6, 1995, at home. Born July 6, 1932, in Beaver dale, son of John R. and Mildred (Blackburn) Wilson. Preceded in death by parents, and brother, John. Survived by wife, former Elaine Maurer, and these children: Robert, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Kim, wife of Jarrett Horine, Portland, Maine; and Sandra, wife of Dennis Thomas, Hollsopple; also grandchildren: Brett and Kylee Thomas. Brother of Kenneth, Victor, N.Y.; Lynn, South Fork; and Mary Margaret Ricker, Ontario, N.Y. Marine veteran of Korean Conflict. Semi-retired from Beerman Auto Body. Member of Beaverdale Ameri can Legion. No viewing. Friends re ceived from 10 a.m. until the time of service at 11 a.m. Monday at Jean H. Kinley Funeral Home, Beaverdale, the Rev. Richard Rickef officiating. Interment, Forest Lawn Memorial Park. WIMBUSH - Kathryn M,, 49, Mannheim, Germany, died Sept. 21, 1995, in Mannheim. Born March 27, 1946, in Johnstown, daughter of George Jacob and Kay Margaret (Schoenberger) Mattern. Preceded in death by father. Survived by mother, Newport News, Va.; husband, James L., Mannheim, Germany; children, Margaret Edna and James Jacob, both at home; and sisters, Jane D. Wilson, Newport News, Va.; and Leona M. Steele, St. Louis, Mo. Past member of Zion Lutheran Church. A 1964 graduate of Johnstown.High School. Received BS degree from University of Pittsburgh in 1968; mas ter of education degree from Boston University in Recipient of Girl Scout Gold Award for Leadership, Awarded Presidential Teacher of the Year Award for the Dept. of Defense Dependents Schools in 1990, where she taught mathematics for three years in Zaragossa, Spain, and 19 years in Mannheim Germany, with outstanding service. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at John Hen derson Co. Funeral Home. Service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Zion Lutheran Church, the Rev. War ren Karshin, the Rev. Dr. Don McKee and Fred Steele. Interment, Richland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memori al contributions may be made to Na tional Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1040 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa WINDER Bert, 85, Portage, died May 29, 1995, at 227 Ottawa St., Johnstown. Born April 30, 1910, in South Fork, son of Harry Winder and Delia (Hutzell) Winder-Wicks. Pre ceded in death by parents; and wife, Freida "Petey" Eicher, who died in Survived by stepdaughters, Janet Kinley, Portage; and Marjorie Newman, New York; grandchildren: Lynne Doyle and Kathy Porinchak, both of Portage; Robin Johnson, Cali fornia; and Hope Newman, New York; great-grandchildren, Jack, Robyn, Christy and John; stepsister, Dorothy (Wicks) McCoy, Altoona; and stepbrother, Emerson Wicks, Bellwood. Member of Bethany United Methodist Church. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Jean H. Kinley Funeral Home, Portage, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. Thomas Gordon. Interment, Prospect Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, family requests con tributions to Bethany United Method ist Church or Portage Ambulance As sociation. WINEY - Dr. Wilfred H., 86, 207 Ot tawa St., formerly of White Star Vil lage, Jennerstown, died April 6, 1995, at Conemaugh Medical Center. Born May 28, 1908, in Richfield, Pa., son of late Rev. Charles W. and Edith K. (Brown) Winey. Survived by wife, for mer Edith (Yarnick) Edkins, and fol lowing children: W. Fred H. Winey, married to former Marilyn Tabor, Fairhaven, Mass.; Charles W. Winey, Delray, Fla.; Susan Winey, wife of Dennis Kelley, Waukesha, Wis.; step children: George J. Edkins III, mar ried to former Sharon Matthews, Tampa, Fla.; Dorothy (Edkins) Brown, Johnstown; nine grandchil dren; and two great-grandchildren. Dr. Winey was a 1933 graduate of Temple University Medical School. Attended University of Pennsylvania Graduate School. Completed intern ship at Lancaster General Hospital. Was on the staff of former Cone maugh Valley Memorial Hospital from 1935 to Was chief of medi cine at Conemaugh in 1946; president of Conemaugh medical staff in 1954; secretary-treasurer of Conemaugh medical staff from and Was chairman of medical department in 1960; and an executive committee member for 15 terms. Had a private practice of internal medi- cine for 52 years. Served in World War II as a captain in the Air Corps and chief of medicine. Member of Cambria County Medical Society; Johnstown-Conemaugh Lodge 538, F. & A.M.; Portage Royal Arch Chapter 195; Cambria Council #32;: Oriental Commandery #61 KT. A 50! year member of Sunnehanna Country! Club. Member of Jennerstown United Methodist Church. Served as Mayor i of Jennerstown for 20 years. There! will be no receiving of friends. Pri vate funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at The Picking-Treece- Bennett Mortuary Inc., the Rev. Paul Scruton. Interment, Grand view Cem etery. In memory of Dr. Winey me morial contributions may be made to Arbutus Park Manor Building Fund. WINGARD - Woodrow W. "Woody," 78, Davidsville, died April 7, 1995, at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Cen ter. Born March 5,1917, in Pittsburgh, son of Jacob and Dora (Havener) Wingard. Preceded in death by parents; seven brothers and sisters; wife, the former Joanna Marie McAchren, who died July 30, Survived by good friend, Norma Livingston; and these children: Judith, wife of Curtis Wa ters, Davidsville; Marlin, married to the former Patty Higgason, Ionia, Mich.; and Barbara, wife of Charles E. Shoemaker, Laguna Niguel, Calif.; Richard, married to the former Don na Frederick, Davidsville; Trudelle, wife. of Donald Alexander, Tampa, Fla.; Ruth, wife of Hans Kohan, Cher ry Tree; Harriet, wife of Larry Kush, Johnstown; 23 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, A brother of Ronald, Cleveland, " Ohio; and R. Owen, Johnstown. Member of Bethel United Methodist Church, Hollsopple, and Johnstown Flood City Antique Auto Club. Formerly employed by U.S. Steel Corp., and Sani-Dairy, where he was a member of the Quar ter Century Club. Also a self-em ployed contractor and master wood worker. Family receiving friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p'.m. Monday at George E. Ma son Funeral Home Inc., Davidsville. Services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday at Bethel United Methodist Church, Hollsopple, where remains will lie in state from 10 a.m. until time of serv ice, the Rev. Thomas Michalko. Inter ment, Richland Cemetery. Those who wish, please make contributions to the Windber Hospice. Sgi^^^J' 563

30 (JI riiuuui-(irir WINTERS - Marian I., 99, West Race St., Somerset, died Sept. 15, 1995, in Somerset Hospital. Born Nov. 12, 1895, in Quemahoning Twp., Som erset Co., daughter of the late Charles Christian and May Bell (Murray) Schmucker. Preceded in death by two brothers; four sisters; one grandson, Edward C. Brougher, husband, Melvin C. "Pat" Winters Sr.; son, Melvin C. "Pat" Winters Jr.; daughter, Betty Gaydos. Survived by one daughter, Jacqueline, wife of Edward "Bud" Brougher, Jennerstown; daughter-inlaw, Catherine Winters, Somerset; son-in-law* Steve M. Gaydos, Somer set; seven grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren; and one brother, John "Jake" Schmucker, Jennerstown. Member of Trinity'Lutheran Church, Somerset; Trinity Chapter O.E.S. 138, Somerset; Somerset Garden Club; Bykota Bible Class. Received a Grand Cross of Colors, Order of Rainbow for Girls. A volunteer at Somerset Hospi tal 30 years. Graduate of Indiana Normal School, Friends will be received 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Robert H. Halverson Funeral Home, where Trinity Chapter O.E.S. 138 will con duct memorial service at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Funeral services 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church, Pastor Robert L. Hoover Jr., officiat ing. Interment, Husband Cemetery. Will be no viewing in the church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Trinity Lutheran Church, or Educational Scholarship Fund, O.E.S. WIRICK " Raymond C. Sr., 71, Som erset, formerly of Jeannette,-died Jan.-10, 1995, "at his residence. Born Dec. 27,1923, in South Fork, Cambria County, son of late John and Harriet (Chappell) Wirick. Preceded in death by brothers, Glenn, Jacob, Wayne and William Wirick. Survived by wife, former Helen M. Meek, to whom he was married 47 years; and children, Mrs. David (Beverly) Penrod, Boswell R.D. 2; and Raymond C. Jr., married to former Donna Florence, Manassas, Va.; grandchildren, Cory Knorr, Wen dy Straka, Brian Wirick, Heather Wirick and Jeri Penrod; and greatgrandson, Nicholas Knorr. Brother of Mrs. Irene Hinderliter,- Richland; Mrs. Kay Kensinger, Central City R.D. 1; Mrs. Lena Tunnecliff, South Fork; Mrs. Rexford (Eileen) Hutzell, South Fork R.D. 1; and Charles Dean Wirick,' Lusby, Md. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Re- 564 tired plumber and pipefitter. Marine Corps veteran of World War II. A 1943 graduate of Adams Township High School.-Member of-grace Unit ed Church, Somerset, and Plumber & Pipefitters Union, #354. Formerly a member of Jeannette Lions Club. Member of Somerset American Le gion, Post #181...Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Hauger-Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset. Viewing at the Grace Unit ed Methodist Church, Somerset, from noon until the time of service at 1 p.m, Friday, the Rev >-Charles F. 01- sen officiating. Interment, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Johnstown. Contributions may be made to Som erset "In-Touch" Hospice, 651 S. Cen ter Ave., Somerset,. Pa or Grace United Methodist. Church, 320 Felgar Road, Somerset, Pa WIRICK - Richard J. Homer,: "Dick," 67, Ferndale Avenue, Johns town, died Aug. 13,1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Jan. 10,1928, in Johnstown. Preceded in death by par ents; foster parents, Ralph and Cora- Homer. Survived by foster sisters: Beulah, wife of Kenneth Faust, Wind-, ber, Eva, wife of Roy Dobson, Wind ier; half-brother, Donald Lehman,.and wife, Betty, Johnstown; and nieces, Kay, wife of Wayne Vardaman, Fort Wayne, Ind.; and Julia Leh man, Johnstown; and nephew, Frazier, and wife, Linda Dobson, Johnstown. Member of Rummel Church of the Brethren. An Army vet eran, Merchant Marines and Coast- Guard. A retired security guard at Hiram G. Andrews Center. An avid reader. Family receiving friends 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday and from 7 p.m. until time of service at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.; at The Dalla Valle Funeral Home Inc., Windber, Pastor Sandy Baker. WISE Charles F., 72, Akron, Ohio, formerly of Johnstown, died June 2, Born Aug. 11, 1922, in Wilbur, Pa., son of George and Elizabeth (Kiniry) Wise. Preceded in death by par ents; sister, Betty, and brother, James. Survived by wife of 50 years, former Patricia Parkinson, and these children, Charles R., Akron, Ohio; and Barbara Gegick, Wintersville, Ohio; also five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Brother of George, Akron, Ohio; Vivian Paulsen, New York; and Bernice Dettling, and Jane Corley, both of Johnstown. Navy vet eran of World War II. Formerly em ployed by Bethlehem Steel Corp., Johnstown, and McNeil Machine, Ak ron. Mass of Christina Burial was held in Immaculate Conception church, Akron, June 5,1995. WISE Zane Sr., 67, Bainbridge, Ga:, native of South Fork, died May 9, 1995, at John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital, Thomasville, Ga., after,a! lengthy illness. Survived by wife, Ma-j rian (Hutchinson) Wise; son, Zane G. Wise Jr., Bainbridge; daughters, Darlene Brogdon, Chattahoochee, Fla.; Pamala Wise, Bainbridge;' and Yvonne Smith, Colquitt, Ga.; four grandchildren; sister, Nancy Dela- Grange, Merlin, Ore.; and brothers, Albert Wise Jr., Johnstown; ' Paul Wise, Fullerton, Calif.; and Sheldon Wise, Trenton, N.J. He retired as'.a sergeant first class from the,ij.s. Army in 1973, having served during the Korean and Vietnam wars. He was the recipient of the Bronze Star. Funeral service was held May 11, WISOR Naomi, 87, Phillips High-, way, Jacksonville, Fla., formerly of 260 Nash St., Johnstown, went before her King on Oct. 18,1995, at Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, Fla. Born July 1, 1908, in Johnstown, daughter of Clarence Younkin and Alice (Grum bling) Younkin. Preceded in death by husband and four brothers. Survived by chil dren: Ronald, and wife, Margaret; Duane, and wife, Marianne; Wadena Ferenchik, and husband, Robert, _ all of Jacksonville, Fla;; 21 grandchil-l dren, 35 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren. Sister of Adah Hood, New Florence. Former daughter-in-law, Dorothy Wisor, Jacksonville, Fla. She also leaves many friends who will miss her greatly. Former member of Calvary United Methodist Church, Johnstown, and member of Lakewood Methodist Church, Jacksonville. Her many church activities include, being a member of the Belofe Sunday School Class. She was a loyal Workshop at tendee, and a member of the United Methodist Women Young at Hearts Group. She is an honorary member of Lower Yoder Volunteer Fire Compa ny, Johnstown. She generously volun teered many hours to the Cancer So ciety, American Red Cross, American Heart Association, M.S. Society, and Englewood Community Church. Viewing 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Ken neth A. Stuart Funeral Home, New Florence. Chapel services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23, at For est Lawn Cemetery, Johnstown.

31 WISOR Paul E.t 81, Johnstown, died April 16, 1995, at Lee Hospital Born in Johnstown Sept. 24, 1913, son of the late Clark E. and Leora E* (Boyer) Wisor. Preceded in death by first wife, the former Priscilla Davis; second wife, Doris Robertson; broth: ers, David and Clark; sisters, Cather ine and Gladys. Survived by sons^ Paul R., married to the former Panp ela MacLaren, Kensington, Md.; and Russell C, married to the former Su san Saylor, Darnestown, Md.; grand*- children, Kim, Scott, Meredith ancj Phillips Wisor, great-grandchildren) Timothy and Paul Hoover, Brother of John B., Charles R. and Florence,, wife of Jim Fetterman, all of Johns town; Betty Colbert, Towson, Md.7,' and Dorothy, wife of Don HazletJ, Frederick, Md.; also-survived by lov ing sister-in-law, Ruth Soltisz. Re^ tired from the mechanical depart ment of Bethlehem Steel Corp. with" 40 years1 service. Friends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at The Picks ing-treece-bennett. Mortuary Inc., where service will be held at noon Wednesday, the Rev. David; Parker. Interment, Grandview Ceme^ tery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Salvation Army; or charity of choice. WISSINGER Curtis, 86, Elton, died April 26, 1995, at home. Born Aug. 21; 1908, in Windber, son of Harvey and Olive (Boucher) Wissinger. Preceded in death by parents; brothers, Clif ford, Gilbert, Alfred and David; and first wife, former Mary Kovach. Sur^' vived by wife, Ottile (Helsel) Wiss: inger, sister, Helen Soltis, Altoona} daughter, Dorothy Jean Moeller, El ton; son, Gilbert "Sonny" Wissinger, Alum Bank; daughter, Pamela Hagins, Philipsburg; stepchildren: Bill Rodgers, Montana; Elizabeth (Rodgers) Smay, South Fork R.D.; Dick Rodgers, Elton; Percy Helsel, Elton; and Faith (Helsel).Crockett, Salisbury, Md.; along with numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren,' and great-great-grandchildren. Mem ber of.elton UM Church and Windber Moose Lodge. Retired coal miner. There will be no viewing. Funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.mj Wednesday, May 3, at Elton UM Church, the Rev. Keith Cutshall offi ciating. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the "wonderful; caring organization," the Regional Hospice of Windber. WISSINGER James Albert, 75, Connor Towers, formerly of Ferndale, died Aug. 29, 1995, at Good Sa maritan Nursing Care Center. Born Nov. 11, 1920, in Johnstown, son of Cloyd J. and Anna (Marshall) Wiss inger. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Walter, and sister, Louise Wissinger. Survived by wife, former Lenore Critchfield, Johnstown; chil dren, Mark J., married to former Deborah Roberts, Johnstown, and Marjorie J., married to Robert Dalzell, Bluemont, Va.; sister, Ruth Leber, Greensboro, N.C.; and grand children, Mark, Lindsay and Daniel Wissinger, Candace Van Hoy and Christoper Dalzell. Member of St. An drew's Catholic Church and Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company. Former machinist at Bethlehem Steel Corp. Navy veteran of World War II. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Father Bar ry Baroni, Father Joseph Maurizio and Deacon Herman Lux. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army. WISSINGER John C, 90, Alum Bank, died Oct. 22, 1995, at Donahue Manor. Born Jan. 5,1905, in Hooversville, son of late Thomas C. and Mary (Naugle) Wissinger. Preceded in death by son, Robert; one grandson, one great-grandson, one brother and two sisters. Survived by wife of 64 years, Etta (Weible) Wissinger, whom he married Sept. 19, 1931; and chil dren: John Wissinger Jr., Alum Bank; Thelma Blankley, Everett R.D. 4; and Gary Wissinger, New Paris; six grandchildren and 10 great-grand children. Brother of Florence Kipp, Fishertown. Member of St. James Lu theran Church, Pleasantville. Worked for 27 years for Conemaugh & Black Lick Railroad, Johnstown. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. James Lutheran Church, the Rev. Michael VanDyke. Interment, St. Thomas Cemetery, Hooversville. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Edward Blackburn Funer al Home, Pleasantville, and from 1 p.m. until time of service at Tuesday at the church. WISSINGER - Margaret Mary, 82, formerly of 706 Glenwood Ave., died July 19, 1995, at Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Born July 8, 1913, in Johnstown, daughter of Thomas Wissinger and Ellen (Dougherty) Davidson-Wissinger. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Walter J.; son, Richard J.; and brother, John. Survived by son, Robert, married to Nedra Brooksbank, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; brother, Robert, married to Romayne Davidson, Johnstown; and two grand daughters, Cindy Cuneo and Mary Wissinger. Member of Ferndale Fire Co. auxiliary. Former employee of Conemaugh medical center. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery. WISSINGER - Patricia M., 58, Alum Bank, died Dec. 7,1995, at home. Born Aug. 2, 1937, in Johnstown, daughter of Marie (Ling) Burgraff, Johnstown, and late Richard Burgraff Sr. Sur vived by husband, Gilbert C. "Sonny" Wissinger; children, Darlene, wife of Jerry Bowers, Johnstown; Richard, married to former Patricia Ickes, Osterburg; Pamela, wife of Robert Nicodemus, New Paris R.D.; Connie Weyant, Alum Bank, R.D.; Kimberly, New Paris; Patricia, wife of Alan D. Ickes, Osterburg; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Sister of Starlett McQuire and Richard Bur graff Jr., both of Johnstown. Was a singer with the family country and western group "Sonny and the Nash ville Sound." Memorial service will be Held at 7:30 p.m.. Dec. 13 at King dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Windber Congregation, Joseph Street, Windber. In lieu of flowers, contribu tions may be made to American Can cer Society of Bedford County, 133 S. Richard St, Bedford, Pa

32 (Hljr (71 riluinr-(fliruuirr«mi WITYCHAK - Nicholas J., 75, 1099 Caroline St., Nanty Glo, died Feb. 22, 1995, at Conemaugh hospital. Born Dec. 2, 1919, in Nanty Glo, son of Pe ter and Anastasia (Meleska) Witychak. Preceded in death by parents, and stepsister, Katherine Carr. Sur vived by wife, former Bernardine Boback; children: Ann Louise, wife of Robert Gilliland, Mount Union; Judith- Wood, Raritan, N.J.; and grandchil dren, Brett and Kimberly Gilliland and Whitney Wood. Brother of Mary, wife of Michael Krawetz, Cleveland, Ohio; Josephine Lefko, Nanty Glo; and Ann Durocher, Clarendon Hills, 111. "Also survived by stepsister, Mary, wife of Albert Kotelnicki, Nanty Glo. Member of St Mary's R.C. Church, Nanty.Glo. Retired from Bethlehem Mines #31, after 38 years. Charter and life member of John P. Hacala Council 8307, Knights.of Columbus. Fourth Degree Knight of the All Saints Assembly, Johnstown. Long time member of Lincoln Hunting Club. Member of Yellow Breeches Anglers. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Bowser-Onr dreizek Funeral Home, Nanty Glo, where liturgical wake service will be held Friday evening. Knights of Co lumbus service will be held Friday afternoon. Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Sat urday at St. Mary's church, Monsignor John Little. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. WOJNAROSKI - Mrs. Agnes L., 79, Conemaugh, died Aug. 19,1995, in Ebensburg. Born Nov. 9,1915, in Johns town, daughter of the late Augustus and Mary (Smith) Flaugh. Preceded in death by brothers: Charles, Vincent and Edward; also sister, Helen Hands. Survived by hus band, Walter, and these children: Edward Sr., mar ried to the former Sandra Rametta; Walter, married to the former Sharon Beidle; and Joan, wife of David Stephenson, all of Johnstown; Mary Agnes, wife of Ronald Appley, Parkhill; and Eileen, wife of Walter Vivis, Parkhill; Theresa, wife of James Preuss, Cone maugh. Also survived by 14 grand children, two great-grandchildren. Sister of Mrs. Leona Greeley, Richland Township. Death ends marriage union of 58 years. Member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Conemaugh, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday, the Rev. Richard Clark. Interment, Sacred Heart Cemetery. Friends will be received from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at the Henderson-Makuchan- Ketterer Funeral Home, Conemaugh, where wake service will be held Mon day afternoon. Family requests dona tions to the Alzheimer's Foundation. WOLANIN - Louise H., Ohio, passed away March 13, Beloved daugh ter of late Mary and Charles Wolanin. Sister of Francis (Helen), St. Bene dict, Pa.; Irene Dorko, Levittown, Pa.; Ralph, Solon, t)hio; Regis (Lucille), Brook Park, Ohio; Margaret Sholtis (Dan), Brooklyn Heights, Ohio; and Bernard (Blanche), Brook Park, Ohio; also late George (Ellen). Aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Thursday at Assump tion Church, Brook Park. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, Cleveland. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Chambers Funeral Home, 86 Adelbert St., Berea, Ohio. WOLK Ann Marie, 77, Johnstown, died Jan. 12; 1995, in Conemaugh;hos. pital. Born Oct 2,1917, in Johnstown, daughter of Harry and Elva (McGrew) Weaver. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Ignatius M. "Dutch"; brother, George Bernard; and'an infant brother. Survived by son, John "Jay," married to former Donna Lee Kelley, Johnstown; grand-: sons,.michael, "married to former Christine Williams, and David;-and great-grandson, David. Sister of Florr once Rose, Ohio; Norina Boyle, Vir ginia; Charles, Ned and Kermit, all of Johnstown; and Linda Jacobs and Pa tricia Euen, both of Virginia: A regis tered nurse, graduating from Mercy School of Nursing. Friends received1 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at John. Henderson' Co. Funeral Home, where prayer service will t^ held at 2 p.m. Sunday. Interment; Grandview Cemetery. WOLF Homer L. "Lenny," 44; Johnstown R.D. 6, died July 13, 1995; at Clarson Hospital, Omaha, Nebr Born April 26,1951, in Johnstown, son of the late Emory and Hazel (Wolfe) Wolf. Survived by daughter, Lorain G: Lange, Johnstown. Brother of Emory Jr., married to the former Kathryfl Beam, Seven Hills, Ohio; and Jean Geisel, West End; also a special friend, "Dee Dee"; also four nieces; three nephews, three great-nieces and one great-nephew. Member of Seward VFW and Parkhill America! Legion. Was employed by 'Berg Trucking Co. Served in U. S- AiF Force, Vietnam War. Friends re^ ceived 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Homer where service will be held 11 a!mt Monday, the Rev. Don Eller. Inter; ment, Mt. Carmel Cemetery. WOLF Laurence Mager, 78, Lake Placid, Fla., and Indian Lake, died Oct. 23, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born May 12,1917, in Ripley, N.Y., son of late Ross D. and Florence (Mager) Wolf. Preceded in death by brother, Robert, and son, Ross Wil liam "Bill." Survived by wife, former Kathryn Louise Gahagan, to whom he was married for 54 years; and these children: Fredrick, married to Peggy, Las Vegas, Nev.; Nancy, married to Mark Good, Johnstown; Lois, married to Larry Wendel, Camp Hill, Pa.; and Barbara, married to Mike Benson, Marietta, Ohio; also five grandchil dren and five great-grandchildren.; Member of Memorial United Method ist Church, Lake Placid, Fla. Retired from Ferndale Area School District, where he was a shop teacher for 35 years. No visitation by family re quest. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Mount Cal vary Lutheran Church, the Rev. Ron ald Reed. Interment at convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, fami ly requests that contributions be made to the American Heart Associa tion, Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Richland, or St. Paul's Lu theran Church, Buckstown. Arrange ments by Henderson-Ketterer Funer al Home, Geistown.

33 '(711 f WOLFE Margaret, 79, Westmont, died Feb. 12, 1995, in Doylestown. Born May 6, 1915, in Johnstown, daughter of William T. -and Annie (McColgan) Waters. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Judge Da vid C. Wolfe; and sisters, Patricia Katter, Eliza Clemens and Ann Fitzpatrick. Survived by children, Ann Wolfe, married to Richard Mead, Maryland; Gretchen Wolfe, Illinois; Marika Wolfe, married to Eric Parfrey, California; Christopher, married to Patrice Scully, Doylestown; and Lisa Wolfe, New York; and grandchil dren, Matthew Homer, New York; Megan Benett, Washington, D.C.; and Preston and Liam Scully-Wolfe, both of Doylestown. Graduate of Penn State University. Retired teacher from Westmont Hilltop School Dis trict. Former president of the Johns town Daycare Center Board. Member of Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, where Mass of Christian Bur ial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday, the Rev. Msgr.. Thomas K. Mabon. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pjn. Tuesday at Frank Duca Funeral Home, Westmont Chapel, 1622 Menoher Blvd. Inter ment, ^Grandview Cemetery. -Drina-% tions may be made to the Women's Help Center, 809 Napoleon St., Johns town, Pa , in Margaret's mem ory. WOLFHOPE - Francis H. "Barney," 80, Schellsburg, died March 20, 1995, at Memorial Hospital of Bedford County. Born March 4,1915, in Johns town, son of late Clement A. and The resa (Restly) Wolfhope. Preceded in death by brothers, Joseph and Mark; and grandson, Ron Degory. Survived by wife, former Clara A. Wither and these children: Joan A., wife of An drew Grandas, Johnstown R.D. 2; Barbara J., wife of David Esche, Portland, Ore.; Francis Wm, married to former Jean Warshel, Hollsopple; Elizabeth J., wife of George Statler, Germantown, Md.; Patricia Joyce, wife of Arthur Harrison, Johnstown; Mary Margaret, wife of Robert R. McKissick, Johnstown; Beverly, wife of Ron Degory, Palm Bay, Fla.; and Grace, wife of Jeff Stevens, West Palm Beach, Fla.; 25 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Brother of Mary Sarver, Manns Choice R.D. 1; Margaret Felten, Manns Choice R.D. 1; Robert Wolfhope, Mansfield, Ohio; and Rita Bailey, Collinsville, 111. Retired, after more than 30 years, from Bethlehem Steel Corp., Johnstown Works, where1 he worked in the coke oven plant. Member of St. John the Baptist Cath olic Church, New Baltimore; Bedford Moose, Lodge 480; and New Balti more Sportsmen's Club. Social mem ber of Post 4440, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Schellsburg. Life member of Shawnee Valley Volunteer Fire Co. Friends received from 12 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Mickle-Geisel Funeral Home, Schellsburg, where wake service will be held at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated -at 10 a.m. Thurs day -at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, New Baltimore, the Rev. Mark Begly, celebrant. Interment, St. John's church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to his church, New Baltimore, Pa WOLFHOPE - Russell David, 81, Laurel Crest Manor, Ebensburg, for merly of Salix, died April 27, 1995, at the'manor. Born Sept. 27, 1913, in St. Mictiael, son of David H. and Emma M. (Holsopple) Wolfhope. Preceded in death by parents; wife, former Freada F.' Brown; infant brother, Donald; brother, Robert; and'sisters, Violet Wolfhope and Lillian Plummer. Survived by these children: Charles R. Sr., married to former Jane Berkey, Elton; Nancy "Wolfhope, Sanford, N.C.; and Christine, married to Donald Lynn Knepper, Beaverdale; and six grandchildren.. Brother' of Vernon H. Wolfhope, Berlin R.D. 4; and William Wolfhope, and Clifford Richard Wolfhope, both of Salix. Member of Trinity Lutheran,Church, Sidman. Former member of Lutheran Men's Bowling League. Retired from Conemaugh & Black Lick Railroad. Family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Homer J. George Fu neral Home, Salix, where service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, the Rev. Denise Arpino. Interment, Dunmyer Cemetery. I WOLFORD Robert D. "Bob," 63, Johnstown, died April 29f 1995, at LaureJL^Wood Convalescent, Center. Born' March 13, 1932, in Johnstown, son of the late James E. Wolford! Sur vived by wife of 35 years, the former Nancy Bending; "mother, the former Irene L. Weaver, and these broth-. ersj and sister: I James R., mar-.f ried to-the former Donna. Liphart; Silver "Spring, M6.\ C. Joann Henley,: 'Willowick, Ohio; and (Jerry L., married tothe former Gloria Brown, Chardon^ Ohio; also a nephew and three nieces: Mark, Tracey, Kimberly and Sherri. An Army veteran of the Korean;Conflict, serving in France and Germany. A retired employee of Mechahical Department, of Bethlehem Steel Corp! Bob was a.life member of the Amvets and VFW. Also a member of Johristown-Conemaugh Lodge 538, F&AM; Jaffa Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S., Altooria; Tall Cedars of Lebanon; Johnsjtown Area Shrine Club; and BPO ;Elks Lodge 175. Also member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Ash Street. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at The Picking-Treece-Bennett,- Mortuary Inc., where services will be ;he}d Wednesday, the Rev. David N. Finney Jr. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. In remembrance of Bob, those[vr^o wish may make contributions to the Memorial Fund of the Trinity Lulhe'ran Church. 7 i

34 '(J\\\v WONDERS - Robert D., 74, Richland Township, died July 27, 1995, at St. Francis Medical Center, Pitts burgh. Born Jan. 4, 1921, in Johns town, the son of Henry A. and Marga ret (Himes) Wonders. Preceded in death by parents; great-grandson, Donald Martin III; brothers, Henry, George and Edgar, and sisters, Margaret Corle and Olivia Brown. Survived by wife of 55 years, the former Catherine A. Bearer, and these chidren: Robert D., married to the former Nancy Miller, Rowlette, Tex as; Jean, wife of James A. Mock, and James R., married to the former San dra Marsh, both of Richland; Barba ra, wife of Darrel Gillin, Gettysburg; Marilyn "Lyn", wife of Lewis L. Lorditch, Richland; and Carl A., married to the former Patricia Washington, Gettysburg; also 16 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Navy veteran of World War II. Retired in 1979 as a chemical engineer in the metallurgical department of.johns town Plant, Bethlehem Steel Corp., with 38 years of service. Member of St. Benedict's Catholic Church, Geistown, where he was a former mem ber of the Ushers Club. Former mem ber of S.H.A.R.P. (Spring Hill Area Residents1 Patrol) and the Pennsylva nia Club while residing in Spring Hill, Fla.; also a former Cub Scout leader in Geistown. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland, where wake service will be held Sun day. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Benedict's Church, the Rev. Msgr. Jo seph R. Kiniry, PA, VF. Entombment, Richland Mausoleum. Family sug gests donations to St. Benedict's Ren ovation Fund or the charity of their choice in memory of Mr. Wonders. WOOD Dorothy Evelyn, 74; Waynesboro, Pa., formerly of Nanty. Glo, died April 16, 1995, at her home> Born Nov. 8, 1920, in Nanty Glo, daughter of Robert L. and Mary E. MacBlane. Preceded in death by par< ents; husband, James Wood; and two brothers, Jack MacBlane and Sheldon Kenneburg; sisters, Lorene Linblom and Lillian Rhodes. Survived by these children: John R., married to the for mer Kathorine Lincoln, Hesperia, Calif.; James C, married to the for mer Cookie Heming, South Mountain, Pa.; Sandra Lee, wife of George Pott; and Donna Jean, wife of Samuel Wel: ty, Waynesboro, Pa.; three sisters; Doris Chilcott, Nanty Glo; Gladys- Johnson, Nanty Glo; and Doreen Banfield, Revloc; two brothers, Lawrence Kenneburg, Whittier, Calif.; and Jim Kenneburg, New York; also eight grandchildren and four great-grand1 children. Was member of Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, Nanty Gio. Family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until time of service at 2 p.m.- Wednesday at the Bowser-Ondriezek Funeral Home, Nanty Glo. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Johnstown. WOOD Mrs. Joan J., 62, Orange Park, Fla., formerly of Windber, died April 18, 1995, at home. Born July 12, 1932, in Paint Borough, daughter of late William and Anna (Romanic) Al: exander. Preceded in death by first husband, Viggo Christiansen; infant son; and son, Gregory. Survived by husband, Donald; and these children: Deborah, wife of Scott Peterson; Valerie, wife of William Marquis; Viggo, married to former Judith Banger, and Marie, wife of Jack Cheek, all of Florida; also four step-; children, four grandchildren and six step-grandchildren. Sister of Mary,' wife of John Fletcher, Windber. Fu neral services and burial were held in Florida. WOODS Elma C, 94, Bamesboro, died April 26' 1995, at home. Born June 17,1900, in Garmantown, daugh ter of Warren and Etta (Wagner) My ers. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Harry, who died in 1972; an infant son; brothers, Dean, Floyd, and Earl Myers; sisters, Dolly Myers, Gertrude Hamilton, and Mae Justham. Survived by children: Esther, married to Robert Pardee, Arthur City, Texas; Naomi, married to Rob ert McClelland, Barnesboro R.D.; and Ronald Woods, Lockport, N.Y.; 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchil dren and 17 great-great-grandchil dren. Sister of Mable Weakland and Donald Myers, Garmantown; Dessie Anderson, Ohio; and Lilly Kreimandahl, Lehighton; and Ward Myers, Erie. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and from 12:30 until the time of service at 1 p.m. Sat urday at Long-Contres Funeral Home Inc., Barnesboro, the Rev. Ronald Marshall. Interment, East Ridge Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memori al contributions may be made to the church of your choice. WOOMER - George E., 93, Haida Manor, Hastings, formerly of Patton, died Wednesday fcpril 19,1995, at the manor. Born July 21, 1901, in Patton; son of Howard S. and Sara (Tippery) Woomer. Preceded in death by par ents; son, Edwin H.; brother, Ralph E.; and sisters, Zella Williams and Mary Woomer. Survived by wife, Mary (Sherry) Woomer, whom he married in 1920; daughter, Mary Louise Donato, and husband, Frank, Sanborn, N.Y.; and son, James Woomer, and wife, Marie Smith, New Germany; also grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grand children. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Stevens Fu neral Home Inc., Patton, where serv ice will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, the Rev. Germain Lieb, OSB. Inter ment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Patton. WOOMER - Mary S. (Sherry), 94, Haida Manor, Hastings, formerly of Patton, died Sunday, April 30,1995, at the Manor. Born April 8,1901, in Pat ton, daughter of Edwin and Rose (Bishop) Sherry. Preceded in death by parents; husband, George E. Woomer, who died April 19, 1995; son, Edwin H.; sister, Loretta; and brothers, Paul and John. Survived by daughter, Mary Louise Donato and husband, Frank, of Sanborn, N.Y.; son, James Woomer, and wife, Marie Smith, New Germany; also grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren; sisters: Esther Farrell, Patton; Louise Holtz, Patton; and brother, Clair "Red" Sherry, Patton. Member of St. Mary's Church, Patton, and Barnesboro Court of Catholic Daughters of America. Friends re ceived 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Stevens Funeral Home Inc., Pat ton, where vigil service will be held Monday evening. Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Church. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. C. D. of A. will pray the Rosary at 2:30 p.m. Monday at funeral home. 5G8 J

35 (71 Ijr (JI riliui!r-rclruuirr.m 1 X^^^" WORK Benjamin B., 76, Barnesboro, died Nov. 16, 1995, at Altoona Hospital. Born Nov. 16, 1919, in Barnesboro, son of Harl P. and Mar tha (Thurstin) Work. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Dale; and niece, Peggy Ellen Work. Survived by wife, former Maxine Fleming; and these children, Benjamin D., married to former Ruth Land, Barnesboro; and Richard F., at home; grandchil dren, Jessica and Erin Work; and sis ter-in-law, Hazel Work. Member and treasurer of Northern Cambria School Board. Member of Admiral Peary Vo-Tech School Board, Ebensburg; and Northern Cambria Parks & Recreation Board. Member of Sum mit Lodge 312, F. & A.M., Ebensburg. Lifetime member, session member and elder of St. Paul Presby terian Church, Barnesboro. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Long-Cpntres Funeral Home Inc., Barnesboro. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Marty Cartmell. Interment, North Barnes boro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, family requests that memorial con tributions be made to St. Paul Pres byterian Church Memorial Ftiiid, Chestnut Avenue, Barnesboro, IPa WOZNIAK Kathryn (Burdzel), 78, Boswell, died Aug. 12, 1995, at home. Born Feb. 11, 1917, in Ralphton, daughter of Lawrence Brogin Burdzel and the former Catherine Morziak. Preceded in death by parents; brother, John; and sisters: Estella Bellom, Sophia Thomas, and Ann Taborsak. Survived by sisters and brother: Mary, married to John Les ter, Pittsburgh; Victoria, widow of Frank Baraniak, Jenners; Helen, married to Paul Baraniak, Boswell; and Stanley Brogin, married to the former Dorothy Leasure, Friedens R.D. 1. Member of All Saints Parish. Private viewing at convenience of the family. Mass of Christian Burial at 1Q a.m. Wednesday at All Saints Parish, St Stanislaus Church, Boswell, the Rev. Blase Wegierski, O.F.M., Conv. Interment, church cemetery. Ar rangements by George E. Mason Fu neral Home Inc., Davidsville. Those who wish, please make donations to Somerset Hospice. WRIGHT Bert, 87, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa., died Feb. 12, 1995, at Laurelwood Convalescent Center. Born Nov. 7, 1907, in Manchester, England. Preceded in death by par ents and three brothers and four sis ters. Survived by wife, former Mary Walters and daughter, Karen Azer, wife of Dr. Magdi Azer, Westmont and four grandchildren. Also survived by three sisters, who live in England. Life member of Zaradatha Masonic Lodge, i.millvale, Pa. and member of the Johnstown Area Shrine Club. Was a member of the Westmont Presbyte rian Church. Friends received from 10 a.m. to noon "Wednesday "at the Robert Neely Funeral Home, 2208 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw, Pa. with fu neral service immediately following at noon. Interment, Mt. Royal Ceme tery. The Rev. Thomas J. Parlette, of ficiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his honor to the Presbyterian Home, 787 GoucherSt WRIGHT - Harry D. "Bud," 70, Schellsburg R.D. 1, died Dec. 19,1995, at Pennknoll Village. Born Nov. 23, 1925, in Spring Hope, son of late Elmer and Florence (Wilson) Wright. Preceded in death by two brothers. Survived by wife, former LaFerne Hinton; and these children, Robert, married to former Joanne Henry, Niles, Mich.; and David, Falls Church, Va.; also three granddaughters, Kristine, Karen and Jamie. Brother of Laverne Barefoot, Trenton, Mich.; Dale, Schellsburg R.D. 1; and Jean, Titusville, Fla. Member of Point United Methodist Church. Co-owner of Wright Orchards. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Jack Geisel Funeral Home, Pleasantville, where service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, the Revs. Alberto Pons and Erenie Pons. Interment, Fishertown Cemetery. In lieu of flow ers donations may be made to Point United Methodist Church or Home Nursing Agency. WRIGHT - Helen D., 81, Old Nanty Glo Road, Nanty Glo, died June 10, 1995, at Lee Hospital. Born Feb. 8, 1914, in Johnstown, daughter of the late Frank and Mary Dudash. Preced ed in death by her husband, George. Survived by her children: Cliff, mar ried to former Jeanne Willhite, Louis ville, Ky.; Frank G.; Gary L., married to former Karen Irons, both of Nanty Glo; and Robert M., married to for mer Diane Pomponi, Harrisburg; also five grandchildren and one greatgranddaughter. Sister of Martha Thoroughgood and Magdalen Hebda, both of Harrisburg. Had been a school teacher in the Johnstown Public Schools. Retired with 21 years of service from the Central Cambria School District. In honoring the wish es of the deceased, there will be no viewing or visitation. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Askew-Houser Funeral Homes Inc., Nanty Glo. Interment, Grandview Cemetery, Johnstown. In lieu of flow ers, memorial'contributions may be made to the American Lung Associa tion, 634 Main St., Johnstown, Pa WRIGHT. -. Violet (Homer), 77, Churchill Borough, Pittsburgh, died May 14, 1995, at home. Preceded in death by son, Richard B. Wright. Sur vived by husband, Richard Wright; daughters, Barbara Wright Russell and Sharon L. Wright; twin sister, Lil lian Schoemer; and brother, John Russell Homer, all of Pittsburgh; and grandsons, Randall L. Russell, New Kensington; and Lon S. Wright, Pitts burgh. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Was a major owner of 12 subsidiary companies, in cluding Penn Machine Co. of Johns town, of the Richard Wright Corp. of Pittsburgh. Was a lifelong Republi can and active in Allegheny County Republican Party, along with; her husband. Avid bridge player. Member of Churchill Bridge Club; Beulah Presbyterian Church of Churchill; Edgewood Country Club; Oakmont Country Club; Rolling Rock Club; and life member of Lakeview Country Club. Friends received from 2 ta 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Maurice L. Knee Ltd., 800 Center St., Wilkinsburg. Service, 11 a.m. Wednesday in Beulah Presbyterian Church, Churchill, Pittsburgh. Burial, Alle gheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh. Memo rials may be made to Animal Rescue League of Allegheny County, Pitts burgh, Pa.

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37 '(El[i! mineral ^JitfllfcUJ^ YACK - John J., 65, Seward, died Dec. 14, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born June 7, 1930, in Seward, son of George and Anna Marie (Gridler) Yack. Preceded in death by parents. Survived by these brothers and sisters: Margaret, married to Jo seph Ritenour, New Florence; Mary Jane Yack, Seward; Phyllis, married to Richard Blankenbicker, Seward; Robert Yack, Seward; Katherine, married to Neil Foote, Ocean City, Md.; and beloved friend, Betty Saintz, Johnstown; also numerous nieces and nephews. Retired from Pennsylvania Electric Company, Conemaugh sta tion. Member of Holy Family Catho lic Church. Member of All Saints As sembly of Knights of Columbus. Army veteran of Korean War. Life time member of Seward VFW. Hon orary member of Seward Volunteer Fire Company. Member of American Legion, Bolivar post. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Jon Meese Funeral Home, Van Horn and Fifth streets, Seward, where Holy Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Sunday. Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Monday at Holy Family Catholic Church, the Rev. John Wilt. Interment, Gr^ndview Cemetery. Graveside military service in charge of local military or ganizations. YACOS Veronica "Verna," 94/ El Paso, Texas, formerly of Portagg, died Jan. 18, 1995, in El Paso. Born Oct. 7,1900, in Philadelphia, daughter of William and Tekla Kashmericfc. Preceded in death by parents; hus band, John Yacos; five brothers arici one sister. Survived '"by daughters, Marion, wife.of Bill Anderson,'El Paso, Texas; and Dolores Powers, Sa"n M'ateo, Calif.;, also granddaughter^, Cynthia Jonasen,. Laurel' Roberts, Beth Edwards and'rev. Alice Ander son;" four great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral serv ices were held Friday at the chapel of Fjrst Presbyterian Church, El Pasfl, Texas; they were conducted by hej granddaughter, Rev. Alice Anderson, and the Rev. Roland Purdue.' Inter ment will be held in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Johnstown. Local arrange ments by Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. YAHNER Joseph N., 49,.Col. Drake Highway, Patton, died Saturday, March 25,1995, at home. Bora Oct. 16, 1945, in Spangler, son of Mahlon G. and Rita A. (Wirtner) Yahner. Pre ceded in death by parents, and' brother, Kenneth. Survived by wife, Beth Ann "Betsy" (Farabaugh) Yahner, whom he married Sept. 11, 1978; two daughters, Jennifer and Amanda Yahner; two stepchildren, Angelo and Mary Beth Pompa; and three sisters: Janet Brungo, Coaiport; Bernice Yeager, Hastings; and Mar sha Troy, Saxton. An Army veteran of Vietnam Conflict, also served in Ko rea and Germany. A former coal miner with 18 years' service. A life member of Patton VFW. Member of St. George Catholic Church; Patton Garden Club; Cambria Heights Band Boosters; and UMWA Local 1368, Ebensburg. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Stevens Funeral Home Inc., Patton, where wake serv ice will be held Monday evening. Fu neral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. George Church, the Rev. Robert J. Roche, O.S.B. Interment, St. "Mary's Cemetery, Patton. Military graveside rites will be conducted by Patton VFW and American Legion. YANIK - Mrs. Martha S. (Kubovcik), 87, Eureka 42,. Windber, died May 21, Born April 3, 1908, in Lilly, daughter of A^ert and Mary Eliza beth (Wojcik) Kubovcik. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Anthony J. Yanik; granddaughter, Gabriella Yanik; infant brother, Albert; infant sister, Katherine; and brothers and sisters, Mrs. Marie Adams, Mrs. Eliz abeth Ward, Joseph Kobosky, George, Anna, Mrs. Rose Mclntyre, John D. Kay, Sylvester, Edward, William and Bernard. Survived by these children: Patricia, with whom she resided; Ronald,- married.to. former. Gloria. Jean Petruna, California; Melvin, married. to former Carolyn Jarvis, Alabama; Steton, married to former Judith Grabowski, Ohio; Veronica, wife of Robert Homyak, Johnstown; David Michael, Virginia;. Valeria, wife of Michael Zarnesky Jr., Davidsville; and Bernadine, wife of Paul Mayket, South Fork; 24- grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Also survived by sister, Betty Lou, wife of Fr.ed Najda; and Robert, and his wife, Carol, both of Ohio; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Kubovcik; Mrs. Agnes Kay; and Mrs. Ethel Kubovcik. Mem ber of Legion of Mary. Member of SS. Y Cynl & Methodius Catholic Church, Windber, where funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m." Thursday, the Rev. James H. Conrad. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at William Kisiel Funeral Home, Windber Vigil service, Wednesday evening YARCHAK - Christina C, 92, Graceton area, died Oct. 17,1995, at Beacon Manor, Indiana. Born April 3,1903, in Guttenberg, N.J., daughter of Emil and Anna (Virostek) Mlinarsky. Pre ceded in death by parents; husband, Charles Yarchak; son, Thomas L.; sis ter, Mary; and brothers, Edward and Joseph. Survived by daughter, Doro thy, wife of Henfy F. Ghezzi, Mel bourne, Fla., formerly of Johnstown; son, Carl W., married to former Mary Mollen, Blacklick; grandchildren, Keith, Mary Kay, Kevin, Joyce, Nan cy, Tama, Kathleen and David; and eight great-grandchildren. Also sur vived by many nieces and nephews. Member of St. Francis RC Church, Coral; St. Francis Rosary Society, Sacred Heart Society, and Christian Mothers of St. Francis. Charter mem-, ber of Queen of Mary Court 1685, CD. of A.,* Coral. Friends deceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at C, Frederick Bowser Funeral Home, Homer City, where parish Ro sary will be recited 3 p.m. Thursday by the CD. of A. and Father Kacinko. Prayer service will be offered at 9 a.m. Friday at the funeral home fol lowed by funeral Mass at 9:30 at St. Francis Roman Catholic Church, Coral, Pa,, the Rev. Elmer A. Kacinko celebrant. Interment, St. Francis Cemetery, Coral. i

38 YARNICK Cora A, 86, Laurel Crest Manor, formerly of Richland Township, died Feb. 18, 1995, at the Manor. Born Jan. 8, 1909, in Johns town, daughter of Michael and Caro line (Stach) Heidingsfelder. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Harry A.; one brother and seven sisters. Sur vived by sons: Ronald, married to the former Joan Drinkwater, Ontario, Canada; and Roger, Johnstown. Sister of Frieda Kurpf, Masury, Ohio. Also survived by grandchildren: Roger, William and Kathy Patterson; and one great-granddaughter, Alayna Ni cole Patterson. Member of Zion Lu theran. Church. Friends received from 11 a.m. until time of service at noon Monday at John Henderson Co. Funeral Home, the Rev. Warren S. Karshin. Interment, Grandview Cem etery. YARNISH - Edward U.T 68, 1024 Fifth St., Cresson, died Feb. 1,1995, at Mercy Regional Health System, Altoona. Born Noy^ 6, 1926, in Lilly, son of late John and Caroline Yarnish. Preceded in death by daughter, Roberta Ann Weldon; brother^jstanley, and sisters, ] Mary Compardo j and Josephine! Panek. Survived j by wife, former I Loretta McCart-- ney, whom he f married June 1, 1948, in Washing ton, D.C.; chil dren: Mark. W., married to former Pamela Lucas, Tucson, Ariz.; John, married to for mer Teresa Speck, Seattle, Wash.; Re becca, wife of Bruce Schettig, and Carol Nearhoof, both of Cresson; also 11 grandchildren. Brother of Nellie Leap and Annie Leap, both of Detroit, Mich.; Alice «Marcinko, Titusville, Fla.; and John, Lilly. World War II Navy veteran, serving with the Armed Guard. Formerly employed as food broker for Don Irwin Inc., Pitts burgh. Former tax collector for Cres son Township. Member of St. Aloysius Catholic church and its Legion of Mary; Knights of Columbus; and Americair*Legion,: Post 238, all-of Cresson. Retired member of Altoona Manufacturers Association. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Charles M. Kennedy Funeral Home, Cresson: Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11* a.m. Saturday at St Aloysius church, the Rev. William Mullen. Interment, church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may. be made to St. Aloysius church or AH Saints Catholic School, Cresson. K. of C. memorial service, 7 p.m. Thurs day followed by Legion of Mary Ro sary Wake service, Friday afternoon. American Legion memorial service, 7:30 p.m. Friday. YARRISON Ruth B., 79, Somerset, died Oct. 29,1995, in Johnstown. Born Feb. 17, 1916, in Somerset, daughter of late Ira Luther and Edith (Bow man) Barron. Also preceded in death by first husband, Clyde Miller, and brother, Robert A. Barron. Survived by husband, Boyd L. Yarrison; chil dren: Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Morgart, Ormond Beach, Fla.; Barbara Custer, Shanksville; William C. Miller, Phoenixville; and Mark L. Yarrison, West Chester, also 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grand children. Sister of Mrs. Helen Marteeny, Somerset R.D. 6; Dean Barron, Somerset R.D. 3; Mrs. Teddy L. (Floy) McClintock, Somerset R.D. 3; and Mrs. Dale (Delores) Cramer, Rockwood R.D. 3. Member of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Hauger-Zeigler Funeral Home, Somerset. Funeral service will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, where viewing will be held from 12:30 p.m. Tuesday until the time of serv ice, the Rev. John Timm. Contribu tions may be made to Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, R.D. 6, Box 452 1A, Somerset, Pa. Interment, Somerset County Memorial Park. YARTIN John, 79, 48 Railroad St., Cresson, died April 5,1995, at Altoona Hospital. Born Oct. 22, 1915, in Cres son, son of late Michael and Mary (Smilnak) Yartin. Preceded in death by brothers, Francis and George. Brother of Helen Nazad, Michael, Mary Lassak, and Thomas, all.of Cresson; Pete, Gallitzin; and Dorothy McGuire, Hollidaysburg. Also sur vived by numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews; two greatgreat-nieces; one great-great-nephew; and sisters-in-law, Sophie Yartin, Cresson; and Margaret Yartin, Gallit zin. -Retired UMW coal miner. Friends, received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Charles M. Kennedy Funeral Home, Cresson, where Panachida will be held at 9:30 a.m. Satur day. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at SS. Peter & Paul Byzantine Catholic Church, Portage, the Rev. Myron Kochaba. Interment, St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, Cresson. YARTIN - Ronald G. Jr., 19, 822 Sharpe Road, Loretto, died Nov. 2, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center, Johnstown. Born June 25, 1976, in Al toona, son of Dorothy Yartin, Loretto, and Ronald Sr. and Susan (Otto) Yar tin, Clifton Park, N.Y. Preceded in death by grandfather, George Yartin. Survived by these brothers and sis ters: Dan Adams, Columbus, Ohio; Vicki Vincent, Cresson; Amy Adams, Ashville; Matthew Yartin, Clifton Park, N.Y.; and Erica Reed, Loretto. Also survived by grandparents, Oscar and Mary (Bruce) Sherry, Loretto; and Sophie (Klisiewicz) Yartin, Cres son; numerous uncles, aunts and cous ins; nephew, Corey Vincent; and nieces, Cara and Kirsten Adams, and Richelle Slebodick. Member of Senior Class of Penn Cambria High School, Cresson, and St. Thomas Catholic Church, Ashville, where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday, the Rev. James Bunn officiating. Interment, St. Mi chael Cemetery, Loretto. Friends re ceived from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Gibbons Funeral Home, Ashville, where scriptural wake serv ice will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday. YASECKO - Mary, 90, Puritan R.D. 2, Portage, died June 21,1995, at home. Born Nov. 29,1904, in Puritan, daughter of Karl and Anna Yasecko. Preceded in death by parents; broth ers, Edward and Joseph; and sisters, Anna Klanick, Margaret Ciokota and Julia. Survived by daughter, Ethel, wife of John Seder, North Hunting don, Pa.; grandson, John K. Seder, and wife, Patricia, Puritan; and great-granddaughters, Jennifer and Christina Seder. Former seamstress at Portage Silk Mill. Friends received from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mark A. Serenko Funeral Home, Portage. Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 a.m. Saturday at As sumption BVM Catholic Church, Por tage, the Rev. Msgr. John R. Sasway, VF, celebrant. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. ^t0

39 YASICK - Walter E., 74, Spangler R.D., died April 19, 1995, at his resi dence. Born Dec. 28,1920, in Spangler, son of Joseph Sr. and Mary (Felas) Yasick. Preceded in death by parents; sisters, Anna Gusick, Stefany Pizewoznik, Christina Wilk and Emma Schilling; and brothers, Mi chael, Joseph, Freddy and John. Sur vived by loving wife of 50 years, Eliz abeth Hovanec, and these children: Carol Ann Weiland, wife of Robert, St. Augustine; Edward, married to Mary Mehall, Penn Run; Walter Jr., married to Marie Sackie, Spangler R.D.; Stephen, married to Theresa Venesky, Carrolltown RD.; Diane Archick, wife of Ray Hamden, Connecti cut; and Mary Ann Rrumenacker, wife of David, Carrolltown R.D.; also 18 grandchildren. Brother of Bernadine Sewecke, Marie MacKiewicz and Cecelia Wargo. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Veteran of World War II, where he was awarded the Bronze Star, Good Conduct Medal, Distinguished Unit Badge, WWII Victory Medal, European Afri can Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with two Bronze Stars. Member of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Span gler, American Legion Post 569, Spangler, VFW Post 8897, Elmora; and UMWA Local 1269, District 2, El mora. Retired from Barnes & Tucker Coal Co. with 39 years of service. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Moriconi Funeral Home Inc., 1303 Bigler Ave., Span gler, where wake service will be re cited at 7:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 2 p.m. Friday at Holy Cross Church, Span gler, the Rev. Nicholas J. Mancini celebrant Interment, church ceme tery. Military rite by.local veterans organizations. YASIKA Patricia Ann, 53, Colum bus, Ohio, formerly of Conemaugh, died Nov. 1, 1995, in Columbus. Born June 15, 1942, in Conemaugh, daugh ter of August and Dorothy (Rishell) Tomak. Preceded in death by grand father, Eugene Finnegan; father, Aug ust; son, Todd; brother, Tim; and sister, Sylvia. Survived by grandmother, Anna Finnegan; mother, Dorothy Shirey, daughter, Michele Lavely, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; son, Troy, South Carolina; and grandchildren, Kenneth and Brooke Lavely. Sister of Linda Egts, Johnstown; Larry, Jef frey, Buddy Joe and Barry Tomak, all of Oklahoma; Randy Shirey, Pamela Williamson and Joann Dauer, all of Ohio; uncle, Joseph Rishell, Cone maugh; August Tomak, Maryland; Raymond Tomak and Donna Darling, both of Ohio. Member of St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church. Friends re ceived from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at The Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel, Cone maugh, where Pomen will be held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. A brief service will be held at 12:30 p.m. Monday, fol lowed by funeral service at 1 p.m. at St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church, Rev. Dr. Nedeljko Grgurevich. Interment, Mount Hope Ceme tery. YASKANICH - Charles B. Sr., 77, of North Huntingdon, Pa., formerly of Windber, died Sunday, Dec. 3,1995, in the Mountain View Care Center, Latrobe. He was born April 9, 1918, in Windber, son of the late John and Elizabeth (Hurny) Yaskanich. Prior to his retirement, he was employed as a fitter-welder for the Westinghouse Electric Plant of East Pittsburgh. He was a veteran of World War II, hav ing served in the U.S. Army. He was a member of the Immaculate Concep tion Church of Irwin and its Golden Echoes, and the VFW Post 781 of Irwin. Surviving are his wife, Chris tine (Ceslovnik) Yaskanich; two sons: Charles B. Jr. of Monroeville, and Robert J. Yaskanich of Johnstown; and a daughter, Claire McGuire of North Huntingdon; five grandchil dren; five brothers: John and James, of Toronto, Ohio; Joseph, of San Anto nio, Texas; Richard, of Tucson, Ariz.; and Donald, of Winterville, Ohio; two sisters: Agnes Zidzik, of Westland, Mich., and Anna Onderko, of Lansing, Mich. Friends will be received at the Joseph F. Ott Funeral Home, Fifth & Oak Sts., Irwin, on Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Immaculate Conception Church. Interment will follow in the Immaculate Conception Cemetery, North Huntingdon. YATSKY.- Anna "Biondie,"/:77, Highway Street, South Fork, died Jan. 12,1995, at Conemaugh hospital. Born July 5, 1917, in South Fork, daughter of Dimitrius and Mary (Mirdalik) Yatsky. Preceded in death by-par ents; sisters, Catherine Delinay, Mary Johnson and Margaret Yatsky; and brothers, George, John, Michael, Jo seph and Stephen. Survived by brother, Elias, and sister, Helen, both of Cleveland, Ohio; also survived by nieces and nephews. Member of St Michael Byzantine Catholic Church, South Fork. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Charles O. Dimond Funeral Home Inc., South Fork, where Panachida will be sung at 7 p.m. Brief service at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, fol lowed by Divine Liturgy at 11 a.m. at St.. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church, Father Myron E. Kochaba, OSB, celebrant Interment, SS.lPeter & Paul Cemetery, Portage, ' YEAGER - Ida A., 107, St. Boniface, died April 9, 1995, at Haida Manor. Bern Dec. 7,1887, in Westover, daugh ter of the late Daniel and Anne (Eckenrode) Kitchen. Preceded in deaw by husband, Edward; daughters: Edith Cence, Dorothy Johnson, Ger trude Nagle, and Elizabeth Buck. Sur vived by daughters; Agnes Stair, Patton; Norma Fletcher, Parma, Ohio; and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews and nieces. Member of St. Boniface Catholic Church, where she was a member of the Rosary Society, Ladies Aide, and Legion of Mary. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Easly Funeral Home, Hastings. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Father Benjamin ^ykas, pastor. Interment, church cemetery. r. 7 5

40 YEAGER - Leona A., 62, 114 Birch St., New Florence, died March 25, 1995, at Conemaugh Memorial Medi cal Center, Johnstown. Born March 4, 1933, in West Wheatfield Twp., Indi ana County, daughter of the late Roy and Hazel (Boring) Boring. Also pre ceded in death by husband, Thomas D. Yeager in 1992; son, Ronald; brother, Homer Boring; sisters, Doris Baird and Delnora Baker. Survived by these children: Jackie, wife of Richard Lichtenfels, New Florence; Deborah, wife of Russell Simpson, Mesquite, Texas; Cindy, friend- of Todd Silk, New Florence; Thomas, married to Tammy Jones, Seward; 14 grandchildren, two great-grandsons. Sister of Hazel Eckman, Avonmore; Marie Spack, Johnstown; James Bor ing, Robinson; Herbert Boring, Fair fax, Va.; Chester Boring,, Albany,.NX Member, of Shannon Creek Baptist Church. Former employee of the Green Thumb at Laurel Valley Senior Citizens. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Kenneth A. Stu art Funeral Home, New Florence, where service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday,. the Rev. Dean Shields. Interment, Germany Lutheran Ceme tery. In lieu of flowers, family re quests donations be made in Leona's name to Shannon Creek Baptist Church, New Florence, Pa YEAGER - Mrs. Sylva L., 104~Lau-j rel View Village, formerly of Elton, I died Dec. 2,1995, at Laurel View VU-' lage. Born Oct. 11, 1891, in Richland Township, daughter of the late Peter J. and Eva (Hoffman) Layman. Pre ceded in death by husband, Frank L., who died in September The last member of her immediate family. Survived by these children: Violet, wife of Raymond Perry, Ft. Myers, Fla.; Melva, widow of Paul Bloom; and Iva, wife of Roy Havener, both of Elton; and Ronald, married to the former Patricia Carolus, Pittsburgh. Also survived by 12 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and seven greatgreat-grandchildren. Member of Zion Elton United Methodist Church. Friends will be received one hour pri or to funeral service at 2 p.m. Mon day at Henderson-Ketterer Funeral Home, Geistown, the Rev. Keith Cutshall. Interment, Richland Ceme tery. Family requests donations to the Zion Elton United Methodist Church, or Laurel View Village. YECKLEY-HANEY - Mrs. Minnie (Smith), 72, Dutch Road, Carrolltown, formerly of Wythe County, Va., died Feb. 15, 1995, at Miners Hospital, Spangler. Born May 5, 1922, in Wythe County, daughter of John William and Mahalia Ellen (Shelor) Smith. Sur vived by husband, Francis Fred Yeckley, daughter, Connie Haney Lauro, Greenville, S.C.; son, Jerry Ha ney, Dublin, Va.; sister, Ruth Cox, Max Meadows, Va.; brother, John Vf- Smith Jr., Lenoir, N.C.; step daughters, Barbara Valis, Cleveland Heights, Ohio; Marlene Lieb, Joppa, Md.; and Jacqueline Lazorik, Madi son j Wis^ also six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 18, in Pulaski, Va. Interment, Draper Valley Pentacostal Cemetery, Wythe County, Va. Stevens Funeral Homes Inc., Carrolltown, served the family. YETSKO Elizabeth "Betty," 83, Wilmore, died Dec. 22,1995, at Memo rial Medical Center. Born May 22, 1912, in Milfield, Ohio, daughter of Adam and Mary Lesko. Preceded in death by parents; sisters, Ann Tigyer and Mary Hudak; and brothers, George and John Lesko. Survived by husband, Mike Yetsko, and these chil dren: Michael, married to former Theresa Shefsik, Sayreyille, N.J.; Donna, at home; and David, married to former Bonnie L. Arnold, Wilmore; also survived by grandchildren, Christopher Michael, Craig Matthew, Tina Heidler, Jason Scott and Laura Lynn. Death ends a marriage union of 54 years. Friends received from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at Mark A. Serenko Fu neral Home, Portage. Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Tuesday at SS. Peter & Paul Byzantine Catho lic Church, Portage, Father Myron EL Kochaba, OSB, celebrant Interment, church cemetery. Panachida will be sung at 7 p.m. Monday and Rosary will be recited immediately follow ing. Family suggests memorial con tributions be made to the church building fund. YINGLING - Irene C, 87, Lilly, died Nov. 18, 1995, at home. Born Jan. 1, 1908, in Altoona, daughter of the late John and Irene (McCloskey) Mclntosh. Preceded in death by infant son, and brother, John K. "Huck" Mclntosh. Survived by husband, Arthur, of Lilly. She was a mother of Ronald, at home. A sister of Mary Quartz, Cresson; Dorothy Perry, Chardon, Ohio; also several nieces and nephews. She was a retired registered nurse at Al toona Mercy Hospital. Member of Lilly Democratic Club; Catholic Daughters of America; and former member of Lilly Firemen's Auxiliary. Friends received 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Thomas F. Cloherty Funeral Home, Lilly, where wake service will be held 3 p.m. Monday. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of the Alleghenies Church, Lilly, by Msgr. John R. Sasway, V.F. Inter ment, St. Brigid's Cemetery, Lilly. YOCCA - John A., 83, Yonkers, N.Y., formerly of Windber, died June 13, Son of Frank and Assunta Yocca. Preceded in death by parents; wife, Ida (Donato); and sisters, Angeline Leonardis and Anne Vesta. Sur vived by son, Frank; wife, Karen; and grandchildren, John, Jennifer and Jill, all of McMurray, Pa.; sister, Mary Scaglione, New York; brothers, Joseph and Nunzio; and sister, Jean Tengeres, all of Windber. Mass and interment, Yonkers, N.Y. YODER Henry L., 89, Siemon's Lake View Manor, Somerset, former ly of Hollsopple R.D. 1, died Dec. 18, 1995, at Somerset Community Hospi tal. Born June 19, 1906, in Paint Township, son of Alex and Lizzie (Naugle) Yoder. Preceded in death by parents; one brother, first wife, for mer Carrie Dull; and second wife, for mer Stella M. Thomas. Survived by son, Donald; and daughter, Da, widow of Charles Stiffey, both of Somerset R.D. 7; stepchildren, Ruth, wife of Denver Friedline, Jennerstown; Marlin, married to former Nola Hostetler, and Janet, wife of Richard Mostoller, both of Hollsopple R.D. 1; Alan, and wife, Penny, Willoughby, Ohio. Also two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; stepgrandchildren; and stepgreat-grandchildren. Brother of Goldie Shaffer, Hooversville R.D. 1. Member of Ridge Church of the Brethren. Retired from Cassler Lumber Company, Caimbrook. Also a member of Maple Spring Senior Citi zens. Family receiving friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at George E. Mason Funeral Home Inc., Davidsville, where funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, the Rev. Beverly Good. Interment, Berkey Cemetery. 576

41 (H Ijr "CTT ril YODER - Ina 0., 66, Hollsopple R.D. 3, died Nov. 6,1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Dec. 21,1928, in Johnstown, daughter of Walter E. and Susan (Keating) Schell. Preceded in death by parents; one infant son; and sisters, June Gardner and Leah Witherite. Survived by husband, William J.; and these children: Walter J., mar ried to former Cornelia M. Wagenfeld, Lancaster, William Jay, married to Tina North, Windber, Wesley, mar ried to Kathy Cable, Hollsopple R.D. 3; Wendell J., married to former Leslie A. Shaffer, Greensburg five grandchildren. Sister of Lois Crissey, Bullhead City, Ariz. Member of St. Andrew Catholic Church. Death breaks a marriage union of 47 years. Friends received from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at George E. Mason Fu neral Home Inc., Davidsville, where wake service will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, followed by Rosary. Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. An drew's church, Father Barry Baroni. Interment, Grandview Cemetery. Those who wish may give to the American Cancer Society or Scleraderma Fund of New Castle. YODER - Mary T., 79, Thomas Mills, Hollsopple R.D. 2, died Sept. 15,1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Jan. 25, 1916, in Conemaugh Township, Somerset County, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Thomas. Pre ceded in death by parents; husband, John W, who died Aug. 12, 1984; two brothers; and daughters, Barbara Lasure and Virginia Burkett. Sur vived by son, John E., married to for mer Kimberley Habel, Johnstown; and foster children, Ed Ogline, Holl sopple R.D. 2; Ray Lasure, Hollsop ple R.D. 2; and Don Hart, Virginia; 12 grandchildren; and several great grandchildren. Sister of Paul Thom as, Somerset. Member of Laurel Hill Gospel Tabernacle. Family receiving friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at George E. Mason Funeral Home Inc., Davidsville. Service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Laurel Hill Gospel Tabernacle, where remains will lie in state from 10 a.m until time of serv ice, the Revs. Chauncey Ickes and Gary Daniels. Interment, Maple Spring Cemetery. YODER - Stella M., 91, Hollsopple R.D. 1, died March 22, 1995, at Siemon's Lake View Manor, Somer set. Born March 19, 1904, in Cone maugh Township, Somerset County, daughter of David I. and Alice (Thom as) Thomas. Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Clyde Mibhier, who died in 1945; an infant son and daughter; son, Clyde Jr., who died in 1962; six sisters and three brothers. Survived by husband, Henry Yoder, and these children: Ruth, wife of Den ver Friedline, Jennerstown; Marlin, married to former Nola Hostetler, Hollsopple R.D. 1; Janet, wife of Richard Mostoller, Hollsopple R.D. 1; Alan, married to Penny, Willoughby, Ohio; stepchildren, Donald Yoder, Somerset; and Ila, wife of Charles Stiffey, Rockwodd; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; four stepgreat-grandchildren; and daughter-in-law, Stella, wife of Paul Edmiston, Boswell R.D. 1. Sister of Suie Mishler and Hazel Lease, both of Hollsopple R.D. 1; Clyde Thomas, Richland; and Carl Thomas, Hollsopple R.D. 2. Also survived by sister-in-law, Myra Thomas, Windber. Lifelong member of Maple Spring Church of the Breth ren and Maple Spring Senior Citizens. LPN for former Raymond Hospital and Brethren Home, Windber. Death breaks a marriage union of 28 years. Family receiving friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at George E. Mason Funeral Home Inc., Davids ville. Service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Maple Spring Church of the Brethren, where remains will lie in state from 9 a.m. until the time of service, the Rev. Beverly Good. Inter ment, church cemetery. Those who wish, please make contributions to Maple Spring Church of the Brethren Memorial Fund or' Siemon's Lake View Manor. YONISH George, 64, Maple MounG tain Manor, formerly of Blough, died Feb. 16,1995, at the Manor. Born May 5, 1930, son of Michael and Katherine (Pasnak) Yonish. Preceded in death by parents; brothers: Tony, Walter-; Charles, Steve; sisters: Anna Vivaldi; Mary Marcinak, Helen Janus. Sur vived by brothers and sisters: Thelma, widow of John Stopko, Mine 37; Pauline, wife of William Zahm; Alex; and wife, Josephine; John, and wife,- Barbara; and Rose Marie, wife ol Leonard DeJack; all of Michigan; also 38 nieces and nephews. Member of-ss: Peter & Paul Orthodox Church, WIHEE ber. Friends received 2 to 4 and 7trr? p.m. Sunday at the William Kisiel-Funeral Home, Windber, Brief service 9:30 a.m. Monday at the funeral home^ followed by Divine Liturgy at 10 Shm: at SS. Peter & Paul Orthodox Church^ Windber. Interment, church ceti e3 tery. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. YOUCHAK - Alex, 78, Moxham, died July 6, 1995, at Memorial Medical Center. Born Oct 6, 1916, in Johns-: town, son of John and Anna (Zegarowich) Youchak. Preceded in death by parents, and brother, MK chael. Survived by wife, former Doro thy Smay; children, Barry, married to former Michelle Sarlouis, Johnstown;' and Marsha, wife of John J. Smith, Hollidaysburg; grandchildren: Angela and Jeremy Smith; and Wynter Youchak; and sister, Mary, wife of John Mihalick, Roxbury. Deathbreaks a marriage union of 49 years. World War II Army veteran, served with 115th Infantry Regiment, 29th Division, during Operation Overlord (D-Day) Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, June 6, Recipient of Purple Heart and Distinguished Serv-. ice Star. Retired manager of Troy Laundry. Life member of Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company. Member of Teamsters Union; American Legion; and Harmonie Singing Society. Friends received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Moskal & Kennedy Colonial Funeral Home, Ohio Street and Highland Avenue, where service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. Don K. Rager officiating. Inter ment, Richland Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company. Grave side military rite by VFW Post 155 Ritual Team.

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