Interment will follow in Greenlick Cemetery, Mount Pleasant. In addition to his widow, he leaves a daughter, five sisters, a brother and his mother. Death slipped into a South Prospect home at the hour of midnight Sunday, removing another of the Baltimore & Ohio veterans, Dean G. Among the mourners at his passing is his mother, Jrs. Largely attended was the funeral Thursday morning for Dean G. He was constantly fused with the high fire of ambition and purpose. She also leaves behind a dear friend and former husband, Harold Bowden of Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Wagner, about 76 years old, a resident of Moyer for a number of years, died Saturday morning at the home of his son, Albert Wagner at Moyer, following a lingering illness. Moyer was a miner, and about ten years ago while on his way to work at the W. Rainey mines at Moyer, he suffered a stroke of paralysis and since then had been unable to work. He always considered his calling as a funeral director a sacred one and deemed it a privilege to serve efficiently in any way that was most helpful to a family in time of bereavement. Walters Wahler, 79, of Elyria, Ohio, and formerly of Uniontown, Pa., died Saturday, April 26, 1997, at EMH Regional Medical Center, Elyria, Ohio. Wahler of Los Angeles, Calif., and a brother, Lindsay B. Friends may call at the Busch-Curtis-Scheuffler Family Funeral Chapel, 114 Second St., Elyria, Ohio, today until a.m.
In addition to her parents, Susie was predeceased by a sister, Bonnie Means. and Monday until 11 a.m., the hour of service, with the Pastor Shelby Mc Coy officiating. Wagner, 66, a former resident of Uniontown, died at midnight Sunday at his family home at 232 South Prospect street, Connellsville. He was an employee of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad at Connellsville. Wagner was born on a Sunday at noon and died on the Lords Day 66 years later. The roundhouse fire threw him out of a job there, but he later became fire marshal for the company. His character took shape under the hand of a genteel mother and a practical and thoughtful father. She was very proud of her six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Woodrow Cooley, established the Wagner-Cooley Funeral Home, in Fairchance, which Wagner was co-owner and operator until 1982. Walker, 82 years old, died at oclock Sunday evening at his home, 205 Arthur avenue. He remained with that firm until seven years ago when he was retired. of Enola, Pa., survive, together with one grandson, Norman H., a brother, John F., of Lakeman, Fla., and a sister, Mrs. The funeral service will be held at 7 oclock Tuesday evening at the home in charge of Rev.
Friends will be received in the late home, Mt Braddock after 8 this evening, until 12 noon on Thursday, April 4, when the body will be taken to the Cove Run Free Methodist Church and lay in state from 1 to 2 the hour of services with Pastor J. Funeral services will be held in the Keister Union church Sunday afternoon at with Rev.
Va.; and a close friend and roommate, Barbara Nicholson. Herod Funeral Home, 501 Morgantown St., Point Marion, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. She was a resident of Brownsville for the past fifty one years.
Phillips of Monongahela, Pa.; a grandson, William Wade, Phillips; two sisters, Mrs.
He was born in Johnstown, PA, September 11, 1875, son of the late Mathias and Margaret Wadsworth. Ada May Piper Wadsworth and three sons; Alva of Lemont Furnace; Willard, Canton, Ohio; and Ernest Ray, Mt.
Braddock, died Monday afternoon in the Connellsville Hospital, April 1, 1957.