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Mary E. Gillispie of Middlesex Township, formerly of Allison Park, died Sunday, Jan. 11, after an illness. She was 67.
Born in Pittsburgh on March 18, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Marjorie Williams Courtney.
A homemaker, she was a member of the Parkwood United Presbyterian Church on Mt. Royal Boulevard. She had been a commissioner of the Parkwood Troop #17, Boy Scouts of America, for more than 20 years.
Surviving are her husband, Kemp T. Gillispie Jr.; a daughter, LuAnne Manz of Middlesex Township; three sons, Michael Noftz and Kemp T. Gillispie III, both of Middlesex Township, and Joseph Noftz of Morningside; two sisters, Verna Kreps of Florida and JoAnn Taylor of Harrisburg; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
There was no visitation. Friends attended a memorial service at Parkwood United Presbyterian Church on Thursday, Jan. 15.

Donna Mae Thomas of Fombell died Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998, at Ellwood City Hospital after a short illness. She was 67.
Born in West View on May 16, 1930, she was the daughter of Kathryn Moore Bergman of Zelienople and the late Wilbert Bergman.
She was a salesperson in the electronics department at Hills Department Store and a Protestant by faith. She belonged to the local craft club.
In addition to her mother, she is survived by two sons, Jeffrey E. and Randy Thomas, both of Fombell; two brothers, Lyle Bergman of Bethel Park and Larry Bergman of Amissville, Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Carol) Gardner of Ames, Iowa, and Mrs. Lawson (Lynn) Klauss of Stubenville, Ohio; and two grandsons, Joshua Ethan and Lawson Aaron Thomas, both of Fombell.
In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her husband, J. Edward Thomas; and one brother, Glenn Bergman.
Friends were received at the Glenn-Kildoo Funeral Home in Zelienople on Monday, Jan. 19. Services were held at the funeral home on Tuesday, Jan. 20, with the Rev. Larry Bergman, brother of the deceased, officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Burial Estates, Butler.
The family requests memorial contributions be made on her behalf to the charity of the donor's choice.

William A. Hill, 56, of Cranberry Township died on Wednesday, June 10 [1998] at St. Francis Nursing Center in Cranberry.
He was born Sept. 18, 1941 in Chicago, the son of the late Edward T. and Lois Watt Hill.
He retired in 1991 as a service technician with Eastman Kodak Company. Following his retirement, he worked locally at the Bulk Mail Center in Cranberry.
He was a member of North Hills Church of God and was an avid fisherman.
He is survived by his mother, Lois G. Hill of Marseilles, Ill.; a sister, Joyce McGarvy of Detroit, Mich.; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father and a nephew.
Friends were received at the Glenn-Kildo Funeral Home in Cranberry Township.
The Rev. Kenneth Church, pastor of the North Hills Church of God, officiated. Burial was in Marseilles, Ill. and memorial contributions may be made to the North Hills Church of God at 2580 Wexford-Bayne Road, Sewickley, Pa. 15143.

Edgar D. Say, 53, of Zelienople, died unexpectedly on Sunday morning, May 28, [2000] at St. Francis Hospital Cranberry, of natural causes.
Born in Bruin on April 12, 1947, he was the son of the late Edgar F. and Betty O. Uhlenburg Say.
A U.S. Postal Service employee at the Bulk Mail Center in Warrendale, he worked in the maintenance department and was a heavy-equipment trainer.
An Army veteran of Vietnam, Mr. Say was a member of the West View Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. He also was a member of the Sinnamahoning Sportsmen's Club and the National Rifle Association.
Surviving are his wife, Suzanne Crane Say, whom he married on May 16, 1969; two daughters, Brenda Say of Cranberry Township and Brandie Say of Zelienople; a brother, Robert Say of Butler; two aunts, May Uhlenburg and Eileen Zinkham, both of Zelienople; and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister.
Friends were received at McDonald-Aeberli Funeral Home Inc., 238 Crowe Ave. in Mars.
The funeral will be held today (Wednesday) at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home. The Rev. Jim Klein, a family friend, will officiate.
Burial will be in Crossroads Cemetery in Pine Township.

Angeline Spinelli DeLuca, 83, of Forest Hills died April 12, 2000.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph DeLuca; and a sister, Toni Vargo.
Surviving are her sister, Edith Ambrose and her husband, James, of Florida; and nieces and nephews.
Friends were received at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home.
Mass was at St. Maurice Church.
Interment was at Braddock Catholic Cemetery.
Memorial donations are suggested to St. Maurice Church, 2001 Ardmore Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15221.

James Alton Howell, 78, of Winter Haven, Calif., died April 8, 2000.
He was born in Greensburg, the son of James and Mary Stuart Franklin Howell.
He was a retired minister at Free Gospel Church.
He also had served churches in North Braddock, McKees Rocks, Pittsburgh's North Side, Youngstown, Ohio, and Akron, Ohio.
Surviving are his wife, Charlene Howell; his daughters, Mary Ellen Palmer and Ruth Charlene Scoville; a sister, Dorothy Dutka; and four grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home, where services were held with the Rev. Todd Scoville officiating.
Interment was at Hillview Cemetery.

The Rev. Dr. William Minteer, 89, of Monroeville died April 16, 2000.
Born Aug. 5, 1910, in Wilkinsburg, he was a graduate of Muskingum College, Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary and the University of Pittsburgh graduate school.
His full-time pastorates included Brockton United Presbyterian Church in Mass-achusetts, Broadway United Presbyterian Church in East McKeesport, Homewood Unit-ed Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Bellevue United Presbyterian Church in Pitts-burgh and Hillcrest United Presbyterian Church in Monroeville.
After retiring, the Rev. Minteer served as interim pastor for many area congregations.
The Rev. Minteer also was pastor emeritus of Hillcrest United Presbyterian Church.
He was a member of Hillcrest AARP Chapter 2557.
The Rev. Minteer also was a member of Pittsburgh Pres-bytery, where he served on several committees.
Surviving are his wife, Dorothy Strong Minteer; a daughter, Emily Leff; and a nephew.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home in Monroeville.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. today (Wednesday) at Hillcrest United Presbyter-ian Church.
Interment will follow at Church Hill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the church.

Janet Jean Stutz, 62, of Turtle Creek died April 11, 2000.
She was born in Butler, the daughter of George and Eva Gibson.
She was a retired cook at Palmieri's Restaurant.
Surviving are her husband, Gregory Stutz; a daughter, Sheri Lynn Gumpher; a sister, Leora Barnhart; a brother, Dale Gibson; and four grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home.
Services were at St. Colman Roman Catholic Church with the Rev. Patrick Hynes officiating.
Interment was at Long Run Cemetery.

John M. Suley, 83, of Turtle Creek died April 11, 2000.
He was born in Universal, the son of Michael and Susan Buvala Suley.
Mr. Suley was a retired Union Railroad brakeman .
Surviving are his wife, Estelle Pecora Suley; children, Charlotte Ban and Richard Suley; sisters, Annie Zenetti and Margaret Spontak; brothers, Steve, Joseph and Edward Suley; and a grandchild.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home.
Services were at St. Colman Roman Catholic Church with the Rev. Patrick Hynes officiating.

Jacqueline Lynch Taylor, 63, of Monroeville died April 14, 2000.
She was born in Braddock, the daughter of Bernard and Rose Salkai Lynch.
She was a demonstrator with Friendly Homes.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her daughter, Rhonda Adams; sisters, Patsy Novosel and Gerri Terk; and a brother, Bernard Lynch.
Surviving are her sons, James, Kenneth Gregory, Jon and Chris Taylor; a daughter, Luanne Speir; brothers, Ira and Edward Lynch; 16 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home, where services were held with the Rev. Patrick Hynes officiating.
Interment was at Restland Memorial Park.

Catherine B. Vlasick of Monroeville died April 10, 2000.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Peter Vlasick.
Surviving are her brother, Thomas Vlasick and his wife, Eileen, of North Huntingdon; a sister, Anna May Chanyl and her husband, John, of Swisshelm Park; a sister-in-law, Helen Vlasick of Wilkinsburg; and several nieces and nephews.
Friends were received at Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home.
Mass was at St. Mary BVM, Word of God Parish.
Interment was at All Saints Braddock Catholic Cemetery.

Ellsworth Gearinger, 81, of Penn Hills died April 10, 2000.
Mr. Gearinger was a 1937 graduate of Wilkinsburg High School, where he served on the reunion committee.
A veteran of World War II, he served with 5th Army Headquarters, earning three Bronze Stars and a Good Conduct Medal.
He worked as head of delivery for Kaufmann's Depart-ment Stores from the 1940s to the mid-1960s and with Pru-dential Insurance Co. as a special agent for 20 years. In 1998, he retired from West Penn AAA at the age of 80.
Mr. Gearinger was well-known in the area for his acting, having been seen for decades at the Pittsburgh Playhouse and in the East Suburbs with Penn Hills Players. He also made several TV commercials and played small parts in two locally filmed movies.
He was an active member of South Avenue Methodist Church for more than 60 years.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret Gearinger; daughters, Helen Claus, Barbara Simpson and Vivian Claus; a sister, Mildred Louise Gearinger; a brother, Marlin Gearinger; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Arrangements were handled by Soxman Funeral Homes.

Fred William Goddard, 68, of Turtle Creek died April 28, 2000, at Forbes Regional Hospital.
Born in Braddock, the son of Fred and Mabel Ola Goddard, he was a retired lathe operator with Celwave.
Surviving are his wife, Judith Elaine Goddard; his children, Sharon Welch, Robin Goddard and Linda Goddard; sisters, Faith Johnson, Sara Devareaux and Marie Betts; and five grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home, where services were held with the Rev. Bryl Shaver officiating. Interment was at Monongahela Cemetery.

Paul Heasley, 63, of Monroeville died April 29, 2000.
Mr. Heasley was a retired employee of Westinghouse with most of his career spent at the Nuclear Division, Forest Hills.
He was a veteran of the Army.
Surviving are his wife, Genevieve Hughes Heasley; his children, Michele Mathews and Renee Scocherra, both of Monroeville, Kevin Heasley of Mamont, Jeanine Colozza of Cleveland, Brian Heasley of Penn Hills, Chris Heasley of Georgia and Erin Pascarella of Pitcairn; sisters, Delores Early and Sally Martire; brothers, John and Thomas Heasley; and 14 grandchildren.
Friends were received at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home. Mass was at St. Bernadette Church.

Harry E. "Butch" Heller Jr. 57, of North Versailles died April 21, 2000.
Surviving are his sister, Carol Trappen of Greenock; a brother, Edward Heller of North Huntingdon; and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held in Linway United Presbyterian Church. Arrangements were handled by Forgie-Snyder Funeral Home.

Grace Hill, 90, of Plum died April 29, 2000 in Beverly Manor in Monroeville.
She was born Jan. 22, 1910, in Turtle Creek, the daughter of Jacob and Wilda Cunning-ham Strale.
Mrs. Hill was a member of Holiday Park United Meth-odist Church.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Hill.
Surviving are her daughters, Wilda Curtis of Delmont and Mary Remaley of Louisville, Ky.; sons, Frank Hill of Murrysville and Kevin Hill of Raleigh, N.C.; a sister, Alda Minnis; eight grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.
Friend were received at John T. Hart Funeral Home.
Interment was at Twin Valley Memorial Park.

Margaret M. Goldner Hoegle, a lifelong resident of Turtle Creek, died April 30, 2000.
Mrs. Hoegle was a member of Christian Mothers and Catholic Daughters of America at St. Colman Church. She also served at St. Colman Parish as CCD teacher, lector and eucharistic minister.
She was preceded in death by her husband, George Hoegle; and sisters, Catherine Tighe and Marie Divens.
Surviving are her sister, Mildred Hursh; and many nieces and nephews.
Friends were received at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home. Mass was at St. Colman Church. Interment was a t New St. Joseph Cemetery.

Harold "Dood" Jackson, 85, of Wilkins died April 24, 2000.
Mr. Jackson was a retired locomotive engineer for Westinghouse East Pittsburgh. He also was a part-time employee of Best Feeds Centers in Turtle Creek.
Surviving are his wife, Catherine Drozdowski Jackson; his children, Norma Jean Rubash of Illinois, Marlene Croyle of Florida and Mark Jackson of Chalfant; seven grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.
Friends were received at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home. Interment was at Good Shepherd Cemetery.

E. Lillian Kim, 82, of Forest Hills died April 22, 2000.
She was a past matron of OES and Order of the Amaranth.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Kim.
Surviving are her son, Robert Kim; a sister, Margaret Antolovich; brothers, Frank and Joseph Salopek; and a grandson.
Friends were received at Wolfe Memorial Funeral Home. Services were held at St. James Episcopal Church with the Rev. Jay Geisler officiating.

Mary I. Lingenfelter, 75, of North Versailles died April 30, 2000.
Surviving are her husband, Edward Lingenfelter; her children, Toni Long, Mark Sharpless, Nancy Lee Wakefield and Georganne Lingenfelter; a brother, Jack Jordan; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home, where services will be held at 10:30 a.m. today (Wednesday) with the Rev. Gordon Cummings officiating.

Robert E. Mild of Churchill died April 25, 2000.
Mr. Mild was a member of Masons, Westinghouse Male Chorus and Wilkinsburg AARP No. 3765. He also was a member of the choir for 45 years at South Avenue Methodist Church.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret Frey Mild; sons, Dr. Robert Mild Jr. and John Mild; brothers, Donald and Frederick Mild; and two grandchildren.
Friends were received at Wolfe Memorial Funeral Home. Services were held at South Avenue Methodist Church with the Rev. Robert Wilson officiating.
Memorial contributions are suggested to South Avenue United Methodist Church or the American Society.

Jase Anthony Palmieri, son of James and Lynn Ramsey Palmieri of North Huntingdon, died shortly before his birth on April 22, 2000.
Besides his parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Anthony and Alberta Palmieri, and Russell and Janice Ramsey, all of North Versailles.
Private arrangements were handled by Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions are suggested to St. John's Lutheran Church, 715 Lincoln Highway, North Versailles, Pa. 15137.

Julia E. Foldvary Russo, 46, of Pittsburgh, formerly of North Versailles, died April 26, 2000.
She was the daughter of Elvira Lux Foldvary of North Versailles and the late Vincent Foldvary.
Besides her mother, she is survived by her husband, Samuel Russo; a stepson, Jason Russo of Carnegie; a stepdaughter, Brenda Gorley of Washington; two sisters, Eva Mediate of Irwin and Anna Marie Tyburski of North Huntingdon; and a stepgranddaughter.
Friends were received at Forgie-Snyder Funeral Home. Mass was celebrated at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Holy Souls Worship Site, Carnegie.

Marie Seminora, 92, formerly of Penn Hills and Forest Hills, died April 28, 2000, in Connecticut.
Born in Brushton, she was the daughter of Concezio and Rose Carecca DeSantis.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Seminora; a son, Louis Seminora; and brothers, Angelo and Joseph DeSantis.
Surviving are her daughter, Carole Brei; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at William F. Gross Funeral Home. Mass was at St. John the Baptist Church. Interment was at Mt. Carmel Cemetery.

Margaret M. Sobester, 80, of Monroeville died April 27, 2000, at Forbes Regional Hospital.
Born May 25, 1919, in Wall, she was the daughter of Andi and Lizzie Tenycsik Krivi.
Mrs. Sobester was a member of St. Colman Church.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Sobester.
Surviving are her daughters, Barbara Ann Stiffey of Pitcairn, Loretta Mae White of Summersville, S.C., and Mary Elizabeth Tyburski of Hudson, Fla.; a son, Joseph Thomas Sobester of Latrobe; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at Alfieri Funeral Home. Mass was at St. Colman Church. Interment was at Good Shepherd Cemetery.

Ruth I. Piel Wennagel, 87, of East McKeesport died April 26, 2000.
Mrs. Wennagel was a member of Linway United Presbyterian Church in North Versailles and OES Corinth Chapter No. 229 in Pittsburgh.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Russell Wennagel.
Surviving are her daughters, Shirley Repko of Ohio and Joyce Helfrich of East McKeesport; a sister, Florence Reither of Stoneboro; and two grandchildren.
Friends were received at Forgie-Snyder Funeral Home.

Dorothy White, 82, of Oakmont, died April 27, 2000.
Born in Wilkinsburg, the daughter of Reginald and Carrie Landwere Fuller, she was a secretary in insurance sales. Mrs. White was a member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Albert White.
Surviving are her daughter, Janice W. Wolfe of Oakmont; two grandsons; and three great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at Thomas D. English Funeral Home. Services were at St. Thomas Episcopal Church with the Rev. Jeff Murph officiating. Interment was at Deer Creek Cemetery.

Patricia E. Winton, 58, of Cohasset, Mass., died Feb. 1, 2000, at South Shore Hospital.
Born in Grove City, she was the daughter of J. Evelyn Heaton Winton of Allentown and the late Charles F. Winton.
Raised in Forest Hills, she received her bachelor's degree from Wilson College in Chambersburg and her master's degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh.
Her career as a linguist and translator included positions with Sumitomo Electric Co. in Osaka, Japan, and New York City.
She also held positions with Mitsubishi, Xerox and West-inghouse.
She was a founder of the Japan-America Society of Pittsburgh and executive director for that business group in both Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.
In 1997, she joined Christian Science Publishing Society in Boston as a translator and administrator.
Ms. Winton was a member of First Church of Christ Scientist in Hingham, Mass.
Surviving are a sister, Charlotte Hogan of Allentown; a nephew, John Hogan of Atlanta; and a niece, Meredith Birkett of Seattle.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, May 6, at New North Church, 1 Lincoln St., Hingham, Mass. Visitation from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. that day will be followed by the service at 11:30.
Memorial contributions are suggested to New England Wildlife Center, 19 Ft. Hill St., Hingham, Mass. 02043; or American Cancer Society.

Glen Hugus, 60, of Monroeville died June 8, 2000.
Born in Monroeville, the son of Arthur and Dorothy Tatters Hugus, he was a mechanic with UPMC. Mr. Hugus was a member of Bethel United Presbyterian Church.
Surviving are his wife, Lois Roberts Hugus; his children, Eugene of Turtle Creek and Paul of Monroeville; a sister, Jane Bischoff; and two grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home, where services were held with the Rev. Jeffrey Hopson officiating. Interment was at Restland Memorial Park.

Margaret C. Jancef, 94, of Murrysville died May 18, 2000, in Murray Manor.
Born in East Pittsburgh, she was the daughter of Steve and Mary Milko. Mrs. Jancef was a member of St. Colman Roman Catholic Church.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Jancef; and her son, Harold Fitzgerald.
Surviving are her children, Betty Cardone, Dolores Mizla and Lois Chabris; and 14 grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home. Services were at St. Colman Church with the Rev. Patrick Hynes officiating. Interment was at Restland Cemetery.

James Quinton Lenox, 86, of Turtle Creek died June 7, 2000.
Born in Uniontown, the son of James Quinton and Joanna Kennison Lenox, he was a retired electrical tester with Westinghouse Electric. He was a member of Electric Heights Methodist Church.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Helen Moore Lenox; and a son, Michael Lenox.
Surviving are his children, Mary Lenox of Turtle Creek and James Lenox of Turtle Creek; four grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions are suggested to Animal Friends, 2646 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.; or Electric Heights Methodist Church, 601 James St., Turtle Creek, Pa. 15145.

Cecilia F. Luketich, 91, of Forest Hills died June 8, 2000.
She was preceded in death by her husband, John Lucas Sr.
Surviving are her children, Charles Lucas of Forest Hills, John Lucas Jr. of Elizabeth, Cecilia Bobick of Forest Hills and Mary Thomas of Florida; a sister, Antoinette Grum of Michigan; three grandchildren; and three great-granddaughters.
Friends were received at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home. Mass was at St. Maurice Church. Interment was at Good Shepherd Cemetery.
Memorial contributions are suggested to American Cancer Society, 241 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222.

Mary McFadden, 88, of East McKeesport died June 9, 2000.
Born May 30, 1912, in Donora, she was the daughter or George and Mary Tokach Dunyak.
Mrs. McFadden was a retired nurse who had worked in various area hospitals. She was a member of St. Robert Bellarmine Church in East McKeesport.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Edward McFadden; and a brother, George Dunyak.
Surviving are her sisters, Ann Dunyak and Margaret Moore; brothers, Mike and John Dunyak; and several nieces and nephews.
Friends were received at Forgie-Snyder Funeral Home. Mass was at St. Robert Bellarmine Church. Interment was at St. Michael's Cemetery in Donora.

James F. McVeigh, 74, died May 17, 2000.
Surviving are his wife, Alma Jean Weston McVeigh; brothers, Thomas and Charles McVeigh; sons, James, John and Jeffrey McVeigh; four grandchildren; and a great-grandson.
Friends were received at Rowland S. Cooke Funeral Home. Mass was at St. James Church.

Henry J. Prop, 88, of North Versailles died June 8, 2000.
Mr. Prop, the son of Henry and Mary McDavitt Prop, was a retired brakeman with Union Railroad.
Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Helen Langley Prop.
Surviving are his children, Mary Agnes Miller of Rockville, Md., James Prop of Bowdoinham, Maine, David Prop of North Versailles and Thomas Prop of State College; sisters, Winifred Bozza, Alice Moeller and Dorothy Mitchell-tree; nine grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at Jobe Funeral Home. Services were at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Wilkinsburg with the Rev. Diane Shepard officiating.

Leo Rochez, 84, of Penn Hills died June 6, 2000.
Mr. Rochez was CEO of Rochez Builders Supply of Braddock. He also had been involved in heavy construction, general contracting, steel fabrication, precision products, road salt and water treatment.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Matilda Snyder Rochez; his children, Darlene Palmer and Leon, Richard and Robin Rochez; a brother; five sisters; and a grandson.
Private arrangements were handled by Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions are suggested to American Cancer Society, 241 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222; or Hospice of Greater Pittsburgh, 3520 Route 130, Suite 3001, Irwin, Pa. 15642.

Helen Sergakis Stephens, 72, of Plum died June 8, 2000.
Mrs. Stephens was an executive secretary for the former Gil's Inc. of Monroeville.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Peter Stephens Sr.
Surviving are her son, Peter Stephens Jr. of Apollo, Thomas Stephens of Plum, Pamela Stephens of Braddock Hills and Kathy Benson of Florida; brothers, Emauel and Peter Sergakis; a sister, Ann Skulas; and a granddaughter, Sarah Ann Stephens.
Friends were received at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home. Services were at Monroeville Assembly of God Church. Interment was at William Penn Cemetery.

Carl E. Todd, 26, of Turtle Creek died June 8, 2000, at Allegheny General Hospital.
Born March 12, 1974, in Pittsburgh, he was the son of Edward Todd Jr. of Bloomfield and Joyce Todd of Pittsburgh.
Mr. Todd was a project manager for Service Master of Oakmont.
Besides his parents, he is survived by his wife, Crystal Isel Todd; a son, Joseph Todd; and a sister, Violet Todd.
Friends were received at Burket-Truby Funeral Home. Interment was at Deer Creek Cemetery in Harmar.

Albert Yamnitzky, 81, of Wilkins died June 1, 2000.
Surviving are his wife, Bertha Yamnitzky; his children, A. John Jr. of Pitcairn and James Yamnitzky of Plum; brothers, Michael and Steven Yamnitzky; sisters, Mary Dimmick, Margaret Blasko and Agnes Semes; and five grandchildren.
Friends were received at Wolfe Memorial Funeral Home. Mass was at St. John Fisher Church with the Rev. Carl Gentile of St. John Fisher Church officiating. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery.
Memorial contributions are suggested to St. John Fisher Church, Capital Improvement Fund, 33 Lewin Lane, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15221.


 

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