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From: "Victoria Hospodar Valentine" <>
Subject: [ALL] June 18, 1959 Obits. McDonald Record-Outlook
Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2001 22:47:25 -0500
OLIVER, VERMEULEN, LACKNER, McEWEN, RIMER, DUNN, NICKLASH, CASCIOLA
Charles S. OLIVER
Charles Smith OLIVER, 76 of Gladden Heights, R. D. 4 McDonald, died suddenly
on Wednesday June 17, 1959 in the West Penn Hospital.
A son of the late Alexander and Jane SMITH OLIVER he was born April 29, 1883
in McDonald. He was a retired West Penn Power Co. employee, having been a
substation operator. A resident of McDonald for the past 40 years he was a
member of the First U.P. Church, Mc
Donald, where he was an elder.
He is survived by 4 sisters, Miss Margaret OLIVER, at home, Mrs.
Elizabeth STOKLEY of McDonald, Mrs. George YOUNG of Washington, and Mrs.
Harold MATTICKS of Sewickley.
Friends will be received at the Petitt Funeral Home McDonald. Funeral
arrangements are incomplete
Mrs. Prosper VERMEULEN
Mrs. Mary PIQUE VERMEULEN, 86, of R. D. 4 McDonald, wife of the late
Prosper VERMEULEN, died Monday, June 15, 1959 in Washington Home for the
Aged after an illness of 6 months.
Mrs. VERMEULEN was born October 20, 1872, in Belgium. She had been a
resident of the McDonald area for the past 61 years.
Surviving are 13 grandchildren, and 37 great-grandchildren. Two sons,
Camille and Herman are deceased.
Friends are being received in the Rogers Funeral home McDonald. Funeral
services will be held at 10 am Thursday in St. Alphonsus church, McDonald,
in charge of the Rev. Fr. Joseph P. Lonergan. Burial will be in Robinson's
Mrs. Gustave LACKNER
Mrs. Julia SPRINCE LACKNER, 70, died Wednesday, June 10, 1959 in her
home in Fannie Street, McDonald following a lengthy illness.
She had been a resident of McDonald for the past 35 years and was a
member of the First Presbyterian Church of McDonald, the Auxiliary to VFW
Post No.567, and the Auxiliary to American Legion Post No. 485.
She is survived by her husband Gustave F. LACKNER, three sons. Henry D.
LACKNER, and Gustave O. LACKNER, both of McDonald and Earl E. LACKNER of
Pittsburgh, and a sister Mrs. Susan OLSON of West Newton. There are two
Funeral services were held Saturday in the Petitt funeral home,
McDonald, in charge of the Rev. Edward DeLair, pastor of the first
Presbyterian Church, McDonald. Burial was in Robinson's Run Cemetery.
Mrs. Harry C. McEWEN
Mrs. Euretta CUBBAGE McEWEN, 87, of R. D. 3 McDonald died Saturday June
13, 1959 in the home of her son Harry McEWEN in Parkersburg WV.
She was born September 9, 1871 in Cecil Twp. where she spent her
entire life. On Sept 9, 1891 she married Harry C. McEWEN who died June 28,
Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Wallace KELSO, of R. D. 3 McDonald, 5
sons, John of Ingram, Harry of Parkersburg, WV, Carl of Warren, OH, Nelson
of Canfield, OH, and William of Woodburg, NJ. There are 18 grandchildren,
32 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Rogers funeral home
McDonald, in charge of the Rev. W. Robert Caldwell, pastor of the Venice
United Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Robinson's Run Cemetery.
Mrs. John RIMER
Mrs. Janet NOBLE RIMER died Thursday June 11, 1959 in Butler Memorial
Hospital following an illness of 5 weeks.
She was born April 28, 1883 in Midway, a daughter of William and Mary
Ann McDONALD NOBLE. She was married in 1913 to John RIMER and moved to
Butler where she resided until Mr. RIMER's death in 1953.
Surviving are two brothers, Charles NOBLE Sr. of Burgettstown and
George NOBLE of St. Cloud FL, a sister Belle, the wife of Guy PARKER of
Steubenville Oh, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Sunday in the Wilson funeral home Midway in
charge of the Rev. Robert Veydt, pastor of the Midway Methodist Church.
Burial was in Center Cemetery.
Mrs. Mathilda C. DUNN
Mrs. Mathilda C. DUNN, 79, died suddenly Tuesday June 2, 1959 in her home in
R.D. 1 Coraopolis.
She leaves a daughter Mrs. Caroline WINTERSGILL, two sons Henry and
DUNN and three brothers Ernest, Charles and William AHLBORN. There are four
grand children and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in the Weir funeral home, Imperial. Burial
was in the Montour Cemetery
Joseph NICKLASH, 53 of R. D. 1 Clinton, died suddenly on Friday, June 4,
1959. He was a self-employed contractor and had been a lifelong resident of
the Clinton community.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ann NICKLASH, his mother, Mrs. Pearl NICKLASH,
two sisters Miss Mary NICKLASH of Philadelphia. and Mrs. Ann MEEKER of
Monaca, and two brothers Ronald NICKLASH of Ambridge, and John NICKLASH of
R.D. 3 Coraopolis, Funeral services were held Monday morning. Burial was in
Mt Olivet Cemetery.
James CASCIOLA 74, of Bridgeville, formerly of R.D. 3 McDonald, died
June 15, 1959. Surviving are his wife Bernadine, and 4 children Mrs. Mary
BUDZIK, Nardo, Hugo and James W. There are nine grandchildren.
Friends are being received in the Fryer funeral home Bridgeville. Funeral
services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Mary's, RC church Cecil
charge of the Rev Fr. Peter M. Shirra. Burial will be in the church
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