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From: "Victoria Hospodar Valentine" <>
Subject: [PA-CARNEGIE] POPICH, CAROTHERS, HENDERSON, STUCKWISH,MCMICHAEL Sept. 29, 1983 McDonald PA Record-Outlook
Date: Fri, 29 Feb 2008 13:25:46 -0500


POPICH, CAROTHERS, HENDERSON, STUCKWISH, MCMICHAEL



John J. POPICH, 69, of Carnegie, died Monday, September 19,
1983, in the St. Clair hospital.

A son of Anton and Frances USNICK POPICH, he was born October 8,
1913, in Bishop. He was a retired employee of Conrail and a member of the
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way.

Surviving are his wife, Joan Ruby POPICH; a daughter, Mrs. Gene
(Barbara) SNYDER of Loudenville, Ohio; four sisters, Helen MAUSER of
Finleyville, Mrs. Michael (Katherine) ZAHORSCAK of Glencoe, Ala., Mrs.
George (Dorothy) LEVJULICH of Bishop, and Mrs. Steven (Evelyn) BOYAN of
Canonsburg; three brothers, Andrew POPICH of Muse, Steve POPICH of Bishop,
and William POPICH of Columbus, Ohio; two grandchildren, and one
great-granddaughter. Three sisters, Mary, Agnes, and Frances, and four
brothers, Adolph, George, Anthony, and James, are deceased.

Mass of Christian burial was held the morning of September 21 in
St. Mary's R. C. Church, Cecil, in charge of the Rev. John O. GRIFFITH.
Burial was in St. Mary's cemetery.



Mrs. Marie I. CAROTHERS, 81, of Burgettstown, died Monday,
September 19, 1983, in the Ohio Valley hospital, McKees Rocks.

She was born May 25, 1902, in Carnegie and was a member of the
Venice U. P. Church.

Surviving are two sons, Richard CAROTHERS of R. D. 3, McDonald,
and Harry CAROTHERS of Bridgeville; a daughter, Mrs. Walter "Dutch" (Mary)
NEIL of Burgettstown; a sister Lucy JONES of New York City; 12
grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.
Her husband, John CAROTHERS, died in 1974, and a son, Charles CAROTHERS, is
deceased.

Funeral services were held September 21, in Burgettstown, in
charge of the Rev. W. Robert CALDWELL, pastor of the Venice U. P. Church.
Burial was in Venice cemetery.



William E. HENDERSON of Pittsburgh, formerly of Laurel Hill,
McDonald, died Friday, September 16, 1983, in his home.

A son of William E. HENDERSON and Emma RICHARDSON HENDERSON
KEYS, he was born September 7, 1920, in Bertha. Mr. HENDERSON served as a
corporal in the U. S. Army during World War II. He was a retired cook,
having last been employed at Islay's in Dormont.

Surviving are two sisters, Yosa M. BROOKS of McDonald and Leona
A. MORRIS of Las Vegas, Nev., a brother, Paul B. HENDERSON of Columbus,
Ohio; and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial services were held September 17 in Pittsburgh, in
charge of the Rev. Albert GANS, pastor of the Rodman Street Baptist Church,
Pittsburgh. Burial was in Robinson's Run cemetery.



Robert STUCKWISH, 67, of Oakdale, died Tuesday, September 20,
1983.

He was born June 24, 1916.

He is survived by a daughter, Beverly CHEDESTER; four sons,
Robert, John, Frank, and Richard STUCKWISH; a sister, Emma; two brothers,
John and Timothy; and 11 grandchildren.

Funeral services were held last Saturday morning in the Thomas
and Little funeral home, Oakdale.



Paul L. MCMICHAEL, 81, died Sunday, September 25, 1983, in his
home in R. D. 1, Imperial.

He is survived by his wife, Alma HAYS MCMICHAEL; three
daughters, Mrs. Lorraine WEBSTER, Mrs. Emmalu KOVAC, and Margaret MCMICHAEL;
two sons, Paul J. and John C. MCMICHAEL; 12 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren; a brother, Robert N. MCMICHAEL; and two sisters,
Elizabeth MCMICHAEL and Florence JONES.

Funeral services were held Wednesday morning in the Moody
funeral home, Clinton. Burial was in Montour cemetery.



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