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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE H WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 2000 D-0 OBITUARIES BERTIE H. LOGAN JR. Talented jazz drummer, 25 years with Walt Harper i By Ed Masley ! .: ; Post-Gazette Pop Music Critic Jazz drummer Bertie H. Logan Jr. died of uremia Saturday in the Wilkins House Care Facility in WiMnsburg. He was 75. As a teen, Mr. Logan divided his drumming between the Rankin High School band and nightclub and radio gigs with local jazz band Gertie Long and her Night Hawks. From there, he went on to become the youngest member of the George Washington Carver Marching Band. During World War II, he was drafted into the Army's 92nd Division. While in Europe, Mr :Logan also studied medicine in Flo rence, Italy. A decorated soldier, Mr. Logan was awarded three bronze stars, the World War II victory medal, European-African Middle Eastern Campaign medal and the Good Conduct Medal. Returning to the United States and civilian life, Mr. Logan married Hilda Parr, his childhood sweetheart. "We grew up together," his wife said. "We'd known each other as babies." Their 52 years of marriage were happy ones, she said. "My husband, he was quite a guy. A good husband." Mr. Logan continued his education after the service, earning a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in social work from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to drumming, he worked for the state Department of Public Welfare as a social worker and eventually became assistant district director. Mr. Logan was known in the local jazz community as the drummer, for 25 years, in Walt Harper's Quintet. Harper described him as both "a very quiet, unassuming person" and "an excellent drummer." "His timing," said Harper, "was just extraordinary." More than just a drummer, Mr. Logan was, said Harper, an impassioned fan of the music who also taught drumming at BidweU Center in the North Side. "Very dedicated to the music, to jazz," said Harper. "He was like a biography of jazz. He could tell you something about every drummer. His hero, more or less, was Max Roach." In addition to his wife in Homewood, he is survived by a sister, Sue Lockett of Squirrel Hill; and a Drother, Roper Logan of Plum. Friends will be received from 10 a.m. to noon today in the George W Douglas Funeral Home, 721 Brushton Ave., Homewood. Services will be at noon. r r-- , - i'y f ', nMJl ;-t975 photo Bertie H. Logan Jr. LATEST DEATHS To our readers: The Post-Gazette's comprehensive listings of recent deaths Include two types of obituaries. News obituaries, prepared by our staff, are published at the discretion of our editors. Death notices are paid obituaries prepared by the funeral home directors, To place a death ' notice, call 412-263-1371. To suggest a news obituary, call 412-263-1601. The following list is provided free as a public service. Listings followed by (DN) Indicate that a death notice Is published elsewhere in these pages. We accept Information for the following list from funeral directors and employees of crematoriums and memorial societies, who may call 412-263-1601 from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. ALLEGHENY COUNTY AIELLO, Rosemary, of Overbrook, died April 30. Frank F. DeBor Funeral Home, Brookline. (DN) ALEXANDER, Millicent Tiley, of Munhall, formerly of Carnegie, died May 2. Leo J. Henney Funeral Home, Carnegie. (DN) ARTMAN, Frances M. Sherwin, 60, of Brentwood, died April 30. John F. Slater Funeral Home, Brentwood. (DN) ASBURY, Wilbur Ray, of Dormont, died May 1. Beinhauer's, Beechview. (DN) BARTUS, William J. "Bill," 87, of the South Side, died May 2. John J. Gmiter Funeral Home, South Side. (DN) BENOIT, Jack L, of West Mifflin, died May 1 . Griffith Mprtuary, South Park. (DN) BERGER, Serena, 88, ot Squirrel Hill, died May 2. Ralph Schugar Chapel, Shadyside. (DN) BLACK, Stephen H., 50, of Brackenridge, died April 30. Duster Fuenral Home, Tarentum. BRUNETTI, Joseph, of South Park, died May 2. Griffith Mortuary, South Park. (DN) CAREY, Francis J. "Frank," died May 1. John A.-Freyvogel Sons Funeral Home, Shadyside. (DN) COLLINS, Mary Ann Johnson, formerly of Allen-town, died May 1 . James J. Barry Jr. Funeral Home, Allentown. (DN) CORIMSKI, Tillie A. Janeszek, 87, of Blawnox, formerly of Sharpsburg, died May 2. Worrell Funeral Home, Sharpsburg. (DN) CORRADO, Marjorie Craig, of Whitehall, died May 2. John F. Slater Funeral Home, Brentwood. (DN) CUNNINGHAM, George A., 77, of Etna, died May 1. Ogrodnik-Hahn Funeral Home, Etna. (DN) DeFELICE, Edith Paul Campedel, 77, of Clairton, died May 1. A.J. Bekavac Funeral Home, Clairton. DelVERNOIS, Philip J. Ill, of Monroeville, died May 1. Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home, Turtle Creek. (DN) DIVEGLIA, Loretta Rosato, 72, of Shadyside, died May 1. McCabe Brothers Funeral Home, Shadyside. (DN) DUSCH, Anne D., 87, formerly of East Liberty, died May 2. L.M. Frye Funeral Home, Monongahela. EDWARDS, Wilhelmenia Rucker, of Wilkinsburg, died April 30. Spriggs & Watson Funeral Home, Homewood. (DN) FABER, Rose M., 81, of Frazer, died May 1. Duster Funeral Home, Tarentum. FEINBERG, Harry, of Shadyside, died May 2. Ralph Schugar Chapel, Shadyside. (DN) FELITSKY, Ralph R., died April 30. Thomas R Kunsak Funeral Home, Brighton Heights. (DN) FIKE, Rose M. Blandino, 91, formerly of Emsworth, died April 25. Orion C. Pinkerton Funeral Home, Avalon. (DN) FOUBERT, Patricia A., 78, of Upper St. Clair, died April 30. Milton E. Hamel Mortuary, Upper St. Clair. (DN) FRANCIONI, Louis R Sr., of Indiana Township, died May 1. Worrell Funeral Home, Sharpsburg. (DN) GAUSCHEMAN, Gertrude E died May 1. Sox-man Funeral HomeMorasco Chapel, Penn Hills. (DN) GETTY, Elmer E., 79, of West Mifflin, died May 1 . Edward R Kanai Funeral Home, Greenfield. (DN) GORAY, Madeline M. Spataro, 73, of Mt. Lebanon, died May 1. Beinhauer's, Beechview. (DN) GRIER, Eleanor Turner, 103, died May 1 . H. Samson Funeral Home, Oakland. (DN) GROVES, Catherine Coyne, of Munhall, died May 2. Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Home, Munhall. (DN) GUINEY, Winifred V, formerly of Greenfield, died April 29. H. Samson Funeral Home, Oakland. (DN) HERRON, Jane Y, 67, of Pittsburgh, formerly of Calcutta, Ohio, died April 30. Calcutta Chapel of the Martin-Maclean-Altmeyer Funeral Homes. IRR, Lawrence G: "Nigs," of Penn Hills, died May 2. Burket-Truby Funeral Home, Oakmont. (DN) JAKUB, Michael E 82, of Greenfield, died April 30. Edward R Kanai Funeral Home, Greenfield. (DN) KEENAN, Roselyn M 91, died May 1. Brusco-Falvo Funeral Home, Mount Washington. (DN) KENNEDY, Regis R, of Crafton, died April 30. Schepner-McDermott Funeral Home, Crafton. (DN) KRENZ, Thelma C, 94, of McCandless, died May 1. Schellhaas Funeral Home, West View. (DN) LAYLAND, Doris W, of Pittsburgh, died May 2. Simons Funeral Home, Ross. (DN) LEBOWITZ, Bernard, 84, of Squirrel Hill, died April 30. Ralph Schugar Chapel, Shadyside. (DN) LEMESH, Donald C, 66, of Kennedy, died May 1. Stover Funeral Home, McKees Rocks. (DN) LOGAN, Bertie H. Jr. "Bert," died April 29. George W. Douglas Funeral Home, Homewood. (DN) LOWE, Ronald J. "Butch," 57, of West Mifflin, died April 30. Jefferson Memorial Funeral Home, Pleasant Hills. (DN) MADDALON, Dal H 86, of McKees Rocks, died April 1 . McDermott Funeral Home, Kennedy. (DN) MALARKY, Francis J., 85, of Robinson, died May 2. Joseph M. Somma Funeral Home, Robinson. (DN) MANCERELLA, Lucille M., 75, of Stanton Heights, died May 1. John F. Murray Funeral Home, Lawrenceville. (DN) MARTORELLI, Emma, 80, of Pine, died May 2. George A. Thoma Funeral Home, McCandless. (DN) McDONALD, John J., 89, formerly of the North -Side and Avalon, died April 28. (DN) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MEHAFFEY, Betty Schauwecker, formerly of Whitehall and Scott, died April 30. Orion C'. Pinker-ton Funeral Home, Avalon. (DN) MEILINGER, William J., 73, of Penn Hills, died May 1. Findlay C. Wylie Funeral Home, Penn Hills. (DN) MIKOLAY, Ann J. Kochis, of Swissvale, died April 30. Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home, Swissvale. (DN) MILLER, Doris Zorka, 83, of White Oak, died May 1 . Jaycox-Jaworski Funeral Home, McKeesport. MILLER, Margaret E of Arlington, died May 1. Howard A. Farnsworth Funeral Home, Mount Oliver. (DN) MONITO, Helen Catherine O'Leary, died May 1. Burket-Truby Funeral Home, Oakmont. (DN) NICKOLOFF, Nickola, of Dormont, died April 30. Laughlin Memorial Chapel, Mt. Lebanon. (DN) ORAVEC, Janet R., of Plum, died May 1 . Thomas D. English Funeral Home, Oakmont. (DN) PAPPATERRA, Rocco J., 84, of Stowe, died April 30. Anthony J. Sanvito Funeral Home, Stowe. (DN) PATTERSON, Edythe H 75, of Blawnox, died April 30. Thomas M. Smith Funeral Home and Crematory, Blawnox. (DN) PAYNE, Stanfield. Gaines Funeral Home, East Liberty. (DN) PERSINSKI, Mary R 87, of Harrison, died May 1 . Ajak Funeral Home, Harrison. REKOWSKI, Ronald B. Sr., 62, of Shaler, died May 1 . Ogrodnik-Hahn Funeral Home, Etna. (DN) RICH, Aurelia Miller, of Sewickley, died May 1. Copeland's Funeral HomeIrvine Chapel, Sewickley. (DN) ROSEPINK, Joseph A. "Rosy," of Monroeville, died May 2. Jobe Funeral Home, Monroeville. (DN) ROTA, Nicholas A., 86, of Bethel Park, died May 2. David J. Henney Funeral Home, South Park. (DN) ROTH, Richard E., of Verona, died May 1. Thomas D. English Funeral Home, Oakmont. (DN) SCHMITT, Lavergne A., of Shaler, died May 2. Neely Funeral Home, Shaler. (DN) SCHNURR, Lawrence G. Sr., died April 30. McCabe Brothers Funeral Home, Friendship. (DN) SCHULAK, Rose B., formerly of Bellevue, died May 1 . Lawrence T. Miller Funeral Home, Bellevue. (DN) SCHWARZ, Frank L, 87, of Squirrel Hill, died May 1. Ralph Schugar Chapel, Shadyside. (DN) SCOTT, Clinton Jr. "Chip," died April 29. West Funeral Home, Hill District. (DN) SCOTT, Dolores A. Smith, 85, of East Carnegie, died May 1. Schepner-McDermott Funeral Home, Crafton. (DN) SEDLAK, Madeline Cardemone, 66, of Kennedy, died May 2. Anthony M. Musmanno Funeral Home, Stowe. (DN) SOBCHAK, Joseph, of McKeesport, died May 2. William H. Craig Funeral Home, McKeesport. (DN) SONICK, Joseph B., 76, died May 1. Winter Funeral Home, Bloomfield. (DN) SOWERS, Steven J., 42, of Monroeville, died May 2. Gene Van Horn Funeral Home, Monroeville. (DN) SPRINGER, William T, 51, of Duquesne and West Mifflin, died May 1. R.V. Anderson Funeral Home, Homestead. (DN) THOMAS, Mary G., formerly of Oakmont, died April 30. Burket-Truby Funeral Home, Oakmont. (DN) VECENIE, Ethel Aletha Bergner, 85, of West Mifflin, died April 30. George Irvin Green Funeral Home, Munhall. (DN) VELMER, Michael, 85, of South Park, died May 2. David J. Henney Funeral Home, South Park. (DN) VERNO, Kathryn Kushner, 81, of Munhall, died May 1 . R.V. Anderson Funeral Home, Homestead. (DN) WAGLE, Katherine A., 86, of Whitehall, died May 2. Jefferson Memorial Funeral Home, Pleasant Hills. (DN) WALDRON, Stephanie Hubick "Steffie" "Aunt Stef," 85, formerly of Sheraden, Dormont and Stowe, died May 2. William F. Conroy Funeral Home, Sheraden. (DN) WALKER, Dumeir S., died May 1 . White Memorial Chapel, Point Breeze. (DN) WALKER, William R Sr., 71, of Crafton, died April 30. Schepner-McDermott Funeral Home, Crafton. (DN) WARD, Velma L, of McCandless, died May 1. Bock Funeral Home, Shaler. (DN) WASSEL, Helen, of Pine, died April 30. George A. Thoma Funeral Home, McCandless. (DN) WEBER, George Curryer, 76, of Pine, died April 30. H.R Brandt Funeral Home, Ross. (DN) WEIGER, Rita Newberg, 90, of Squirrel Hill, died May 2. Burton L. Hirsch Chapel, Squirrel Hill. (DN) WILSON, Ellis E., 74, of Moon, died May 1. Copeland's Funeral Home, Moon. (DN) BEAVER COUNTY AZADIAN, David J., 35, of Bell Acres, died April 30. Paul E. Bonn Funeral Home, Ambridge. LEE, Garry Dewane, 22, of Aliquippa, died April 28. Gooden & Brown Funeral Home, Aliquippa. SINGER, Eunice S., 70, of Hopewell, died May 1. Huntsman Funeral Home, Aliquippa. BUTLER COUNTY ADAMS, Anthony "Tony," 61, of Chicora, died April 30. Steighner Funeral Home, Chicora. GREEN, Vincent J 68, of Buffalo Township, died April 30. Fox Funeral Home, Saxonburg. WASHINGTON COUNTY ANGOTT, Pete Sr., 80, of Morris, died May 1. William G. Neal Funeral Home, Washington, Pa. ARCERI, Nanette Sankey, 66, of Canonsburg, died May 2. Sollon Funeral Home, Canonsburg. COOPER, William, 90, of McDonald, died May 1 . Nation Funeral Home, McDonald. (DN) DAGG, Dorothy Irene, 85, formerly of Canonsburg, died May 2. Bogan Funeral Home, Canonsburg. EWING, William A., of Peters, died April 22. Freyvogel-Slater Funeral Home, Bethel Park. (DN) HOOP, Carol R 69, of Washington, Pa., formerly of Mount Pleasant, Washington County, died May 1 . Warco-Falvo Funeral Home, Washington, Pa. KENNEDY, Zana R. Leonard, 74, of Centerville, died May 1 . Greenlee Funeral Home, Beallsville. KRAYNAK, Joseph W. Sr., 60, of Canonsburg, died May 1 . Sollon Funeral Home, Canonsburg. SPROWLS, John M. II, 18, of Claysville, died April 30. William G. Neal Funeral Home, Washington, Pa. WATSON, Robert M. Jr., 47, of Roscoe, died April 30. Ed Melenyzer Funeral Home, Roscoe. YOHE, the Rev. Marcus Gamble, 85, of Washing- ton, Pa., formerly of Nottingham, died May-tl;.lvi, Frye Funeral Home, Monongahela. ;.., WESTMORELAND COUNTY;-: FRY, Seibert "Bub," 64,of Export, died May'?. Ed- win N. Wolfe Funeral Home, Export. " - . ; MORELU, Laura A., 80, of White Valley, diefl May -1 . Edwin N. Wolfe Funeral Home, Export. PAGE, Thomas N., 61, of North Huntingdon;' died v May 2. Shirley-Kukich Funeral Home, North Hunting- ' don. -1 ! i!'. PLANINSEK, Jennie A., 91, of UnityedlApri! . 30. John J. Lopatich Funeral Home, Latrdbe ' ROCK, Thomas A., 68, of Hempfield, died May 1 . Bacha Funeral Home, Greensburg. . - . ROTHWELL, Edmund D. "Bud," 85, of North Irwin, died April 30. Vincent V Rodgers Funeral Home, Irwin. SCHRODER, Samuel R., 67, of Manor, died May j I.Vincent V. Rodgers Funeral Home. Irwin. f SWIDERSKI, Catherine Fadrosh, 89, of Mount '. Pleasant Township, died April 30. Jay A. Hotter Funeral Home, Mount Pleasant Township. ZATORSKY, Michael, 82, of West Newton, formerly of Finleyville, died May 1 . J. William 1VteCauly Jr. Funeral Home, West Newton. (DN) . : J ; OTHER BARBER, Gertrude A., 88, of Erie, died April 29. John J. Quinn Funeral Home, Erie. (DN) CUSTRED, Marilyn Jane McMurry, 70, of Ford City, Armstrong County, formerly of Butler, died April 30. Mantini Funeral Home, Ford City. GEIGLE, Ralph Calvin, 88, of Lucerne, Calif., formerly of Reading, Berks County, died April 4. Jones Mortuary, Lakeport, Calif. HERRON, Jane Y, 67, formerly of Calcutta, Ohio, died April 30. Martin-MacLean-Altmeyer Funeral ' Homes, Calcutta, Ohio. (DN) t . '; PARRAN, Veolante Bennett, of Phoenix,; died'1' April 30. (DN) RABATIN, Robert A., 72, of Riverview, Fla.,"Wr- merly of North Braddock. died April 30. National Cre mation Society, Tampa., Fla. SCHMOTZER, Sister M. Hildegarde, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., died May 1. Howard A. Farnsworth Funeral Home, Mount Oliver. (DN) SHINER, Ruth Ann Palmer, 89, of Kittanning Township, Armstrong County, formerly of Gilpin,' Armstrong County, died May 1. Clawson's Funeral Home, Leechburg, Armstrong County. . . STAPINSKI, Leo R., 72, of Surprise, Ariz., fOrrtler- " ly of Turtle Creek, died Aprio 24. (DN) . , . ; . STEWART, Irene L. Burkett, 74, of Glassboro, N.J., died April 29. Mathis Funeral Home, Glassboro. , (dn) . ; . SUNDAHL, Jean Barton, 86, of Savannah, Ga., formerly of Pittsburgh, died April 27. Orion C. Pinker-ton Funeral Home, Avalon. (DN) VALENT, Ronald E., 52, of Jacksonville, Fla., formerly of Pittsburgh, died April 29. Nation Funeral ., Home, McDonald. (DN) 1 WILKING, Joseph G., of Williamsport, Lycoming v County, formerly of Brookline, died April 29. Frank F. DeBor Funeral Home, Brookline. (DN) ZIMMERMAN, Arthur R., 81, of Kiskiminetas, Armstrong County, died April 29. Curran-Shaffer Funeral Home, Apollo, Armstrong County. AIELLO ROSEMARY Of Overbrook, on Sunday, April 30, 2000; wife of the late Frank; beloved mother of Jean Mazzei, Mary Jo Damer, Anthony Zorzi, Frank Aiello, Louise Bucci, Michael Aiello and Denise Phemister; sister of Josephine Bart, Lena Dunworth and the late Ralph and Patsy Nacco; also, 15 grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren. Friends may call at FRANK F. DE BOR FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1065 Brookline Blvd., 412-561-0380, Tuesday 7-9 pm and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday 10 am in St. Norbert Church. Interment will follow in St. Michael Cemetery. ALEXANDER MILLICENT (TILEY) Of Munhall, (formerly of Carnegie), on Tuesday, May 2, 2000. Wife of the late Robert Alexander, Sr.; mother of Margaret "Peggy" Man-ion, Robert Alexander, Jr., and the late Barbara Rosgone; also four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren'.. Friends are invited to call 2-4 & 7-9 pm Wednesday and Thursday at the LEO J. HENNEY FUNERAL HOME, 323 Second Ave., Carnegie. Funeral Service Friday, 11 am. ARTMAN ., . FRANCES M. (SHERWIN) Age. 60, suddenly on Sunday, April 30, 2000, of Brentwood; wife of Bruce C; mother of Denise, Dar-lene, Brian (Susan), Karen (Todd) Sowul, James and Pamela; grandmother of Rachel and Brenna Art-man and Kayla Sowul; daughter of the late Edward and Catherine Sherwin; step-daughter of the late Regi-nar sister of George, William, Ann Bench, Paul, Mary Lou Natale, Robert, Judith Sunserl and the late Edward and Thomas. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville ROad, Brentwood, Tues. & Wed. 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Funeral Prayer Thursday morning at 11 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Sylvester Church ayjU30a.m. ASBURY WILBUR RAY Suddenly, on Monday, May 1, 2000, of Dormont, beloved husband of Gloria Lee Asbury; father of David Ray Asbury & wife Karen Asbury, Jeffrey Lee Asbury & wife Angle Asbury; brother of Delbert Asbury &Wilma King; grandfather of Jason, Phillip, Jacob & Jenna Asbury. Wilbur worked for the Pittsburgh Press from 1967 to 1991. He was a member of the Pittsburgh Association of The Deaf, The Pennsylvania Society For The Advancement of The Deaf, The West Virginia Association of The Deaf, The National Association of The Deaf & a member of CWAITU. Friends received Wednesday 2-4 & 7-8:30 pm at BEINHAUER, 2630 West Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, (412)531-4000 where a service will be held Wednesday at 8:30 pm. Additional visitation Thursday 5-8 pm. at Gat-ens Funeral Home, Poca, West Virginia. Funeral service Friday at 11 am. in Rock Branch Independent Church, Nitro, West Virginia. Interment in Asbury Cemetery. Family suggests memorial contributions to a charity of ones choice. BARBER DR. GERTRUDE A. Resident of Erie, PA died suddenly April 29, 2000. She was the daughter of the late John J. Barber, Sr. and Kathryn Cantwell Barber. She was preceded in death by two sisters; Cecelia and Marion Barber and by six brothers; George B. Barber, Robert A. Barber, John J. "Walla" Barber, former mayor Charles R. Barber, Judge Thomas W. Barber and Attorney Joseph C. Barber. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Martin (Kathryn) Durkin of Erie along with many nieces and nephews. Friends are Invited to call at the Barber residence, 405 Sanford PI. on Wed. from 1-8 pm. Further visitation Thurs. at the Dr. Gertrude Barber Center, 136 East Ave. from 11 :00 am until 8:00 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Fri. at 10:00 am in St. Peter Cathedral. Burial in Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Dr. Gertrude Barber Center's Project 2000, 136 East Ave., Erie, PA 16507 or to a charity of one's choice. Arrangements by the JOHN J. QUINN FUNERAL HOME. ft BARTUS WILLIAM J. (BILL) On Tuesday, May 2, 2000, William J., age 87, (Bill) of S.S.; husband of the late Regina Win-niewicz; father of Regis Winniewicz, Peter P. and. Matthew Bartus, Mary Pluto and the late William, Jr.; grandfather of Tracie, Regis, Beth, Jean, and Stephen; great-grandfather of Kayla; brother of Mary Hagovsky and the late John Bartus, Helen Ruszala and Joseph Markowski. Friends received Thursday and Friday, 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. at JOHN J. GMITER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 119 S. 15th St. (S.S.). Funeral Sat., 9 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Adalbert Church, Prince of Peace Parish, 10 A.M. BENOIT JACK L. Peacefully on Monday, May 1, 2000 surrounded by family 8c friends, Jack L. of West Mifflin passed away; beloved husband of the late Irene M. Benoit; father of John E. Benoit & his wife Sandi of Manassas, VA; grandfather of Faith Marie Benoit & John E. Benoit II; also survived by a close family friend Ernestine Gerlach. He was the owner of Jacks TV. A member of the Hays Moose 8. the N.R.I. Alumni Assn, Veteran of U. S. Army. No visitation. A memorial Mass will be held on Thursday at 11 :00 am in Holy Angels Church, 408 Baldwin Rd, Pgh., PA 15207 (Hays). Arrange: GRIFFITH MORTUARY, INC. (412) 655-4400 - BERGER SERENA On Tuesday, May 2, 2000; beloved wife of 68 years of the late Leo Berg-er; beloved mother of Eva 8 Dr. Jules Golubow of NYC 8c Paul 8. Marilyn Berger of Pgh; sister of the late Roszi Garae; beloved grandmother of Karen & Steve Pollock, Lynne 8. Rick Gans, Kenneth 8. Glenda Golubow, Steven 8 Jody Berger 8. Janet 8 Charles Winitch; great-grandmother of Bari 8 Charles Pollock, Lauren, David 8c Stephanie Gans, Jillian Golubow & David Winitch; also survived by nieces 8c nephews. Services at RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, INC. 5509 Centre Ave., Shadyside, on Friday at 12:00 noon. Visitation 1 hr prior to service. (llam-12:00 noon). Interment Poale Zedeck Memorial Park Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Congregation Poale Zedeck, 6318 Phillips Ave., Pgh., PA 15217 or a charity of choice. BRUNETTI JOSEPH On Tuesday, May 2, 2000, Joseph, of Broughton-South Park Twp. Beloved husband of the late Sophie (Sid) Brunetti; father of Etta Lou Schenzinger of CA and Stanley J. Stankiwicz of Mt. Washington; grandfather of Melinda Potts, Mar-lena Stankiwicz and Dariusz (Derek) Stankiwicz; brother of Alice Bruno of AZ and the late John Brunetti, Lou Brunetti, William Brunetti, Daisy Androlli and Albert Brunetti. Friends received Wednesday 8c Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 pm at the GRIFFITH MORTUARY, INC. 5636 Brownsville Road, Broughton-Curry-South Park Twp. Funeral Prayer, Friday at 9:30 am with Mass of Christian Burial in Nativity Church at 10 am. Please make donations to Nativity Church. CAREY FRANCIS J. ESQ. Suddenly on Monday, May 1 2000, Francis J. "Frank" Carey, Esq., beloved husband of Donna L. Carey; devoted father of Kristen A. and Michael J. Carey; brother of Thomas and Patrick Carey. Friends will be received JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC. 4900 Centre Ave. At Devonshire Street, Wednesday 7-9 p.m. and Thursday 2-4 8c 7-9 p.m. Funeral Friday. Mass of Christian burial St. Bernard Church, 10 a.m. COLLINS MARY ANN (JOHNSON) After a brief Illness on Monday, May 1, 2000, formerly of Allentown. Wife of the'late George M. Collins, Sr.; beloved mother of George "Skip" Collins, Jr. and Mary Jane Collins Flick; loving grandmother of Denise, Kimberly and Troy; also six great-grandchildren; sister of the late Christine Stanley and Irene Ot-way. Mary Ann was a long time employee of Columbia Gas Co. Friends received THURSDAY 2-4 and 7-9 pm. at the JAMES J. BARRY, JR. FUNERAL HOME, INC. 608 Warrington Ave. Funeral prayer on Friday at 10:45 am with Mass of Christian Burial in St. John Vianney Parish, St. George Church at 11 :30 am. COOPER WILLIAM Age 90 of McDonald, died May 1, 2000; husband of Anna M.; father of Dennis Cooper and Donna Klimas; grandfather of four; great-grandfather of four. He was a Serviceman at West Penn Power for 45 years. Visitation Tuesday 7-9 p.m., Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in the NATION FUNERAL HOME, INC., 220 E. Lincoln Ave., McDonald. Services will be held May 4, 2000, at 11 a.m., at Montours Presbyterian Church, North Fayette Twp., with the Rev. James Evans officiating. Interment Montours Cemetery. Donations may be made to Montours Presbyterian Church. CORIMSKI TILLIE A. (JANASZEK) 87, of Blawnox, formerly of Sharpsburg, on Tuesday, May 2, 2000; wife of the late Andrew J. Corimski, Sr.; mother of Albert Jan-aszekand Andrew J. Corimski, Jr.; also 5 grandchildren; 4 greatgrandchildren; brother of the late John and Stanley Janaszek, Mary Farbacher, Helen Poerio, Alice Tu-tchko, Rose Wysocki and Frank Sta-siefski. Friends received Thursday, 2-9pm at WORRELL FUNERAL HOME, INC., Corner of Main and Ninth Sts. Sharpsburg. Funeral Mass Friday, 12 noon in St. John Cantius Church, Sharpsburg. CORRADO . MARJORIE CRAIG On Tuesday, May 2, 2000, of Whitehall; mother of Paul J.Corra-do and Ann Corrado Sahaida; also survived by eight grandchildren. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Wed. 7-9 8. Thur. 2-4 8 7-9pm. Funeral Service on Fri. at Zion Lutheran Church. Notice of Time L.ater. t CUNNINGHAM GEORGE A. On Mon., May 1,2000, age 77 of Etna; beloved husband of Helen E. Weidle Cunningham; father of Linda Stroyne, Jeffrey Cunninghom, Karen Cunningham, Robert Cun-' ningham 8c the late Jimmy8c John ; Cunningham; grandfather of Jennifer 8c Michelle Stroyne; brother of the late Dorothy Arture. Friends re- ceived 6-9 pm Tues. 8c Noon-4 & 6-9 Wed. at OGRODNIK-HAHN FUNERAL HOME, 333 Butler St., Etna. Mass of Christian Burial Alh Saints Church, Etna Thurs. 10 am. ., Parish Vigil Service Wed. 2:30 pm. DIVEGLIA LORETTA (ROSATO) ,' On Monday, May 1, 2000, Loretta (Rosato) Diveglia, of Shadyside, beloved wife of William P. Diveglia; mother of Darlene Diveglia, Bill Diveglia Jr. and Betty Ann Rancator of Anaheim, CA; sister of Betty Ko-sska and Anna Mae Wilbert. "Interment private. DUSCH ANNE D. Age 87, formerly of East Liberty, on May 2, 2000. Mrs. Dusch was retired from Nabisco Brands, Inc. of Pittsburgh with over 30 years of service. Beloved aunt of Velma Jean , Federer of Monongahela; sister of Irene Persi of CA, Velma Gaglia of Pittsburgh and Betty Helmantoler of Monongahela; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her hus-, band Edward F. Dusch in 1978; four brothers, Steve, John, Andy and. Benny Chiedor and a sister-Mary Nadostup. Friends will be received; Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 pm at the L.M.' FRYE FUNERAL HOME7-TNC. 427 ' W. Main Street, Monongafiela where service will be held at TO-am Friday. Interment will fol1ow.it) CjiV vary Cemetery, Pittsburgh, ' . '. ' Cont. on Page B-6

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