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Subject: [PADELAWA] Ferry Pilot Dies - W. A. Webber Was 57
Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2008 10:21:14 EST
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Delaware County Daily Times, Monday, June 17, 1968, Page 4
Ferry Pilot Dies
W. A. Webber Was 57
William A. Webber, 57, of 1229-B Ward St., Chester, died Sunday in
Sacred Heart Hospital, Chester.
A first class pilot for the Chester – Bridgeport Ferry, Mr. Webber
was born in Bridgeport, N.J. and lived about 40 years in Chester.
He was a member of the Polish American Citizens Club and the Chester
He is survived by his widow, the former Helen Bingler; a daughter, Mrs.
Helen M. Imburgia of Chester; a son, William A. Webber Jr. of Upper Chichester,
and three grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Chester A. Renda Funeral Home,
9th St. and Highland Ave., Chester. Burial will be in Bridgeport Cemetery,
Calling hours will be Tuesday evening at the funeral home.
Delaware County Daily Times, Tuesday, June 18, 1968, Page 4
WEBBER, William A.
On June 16, 1968, William A., husband of Helen nee Bingler Webber
of 1229-B Ward St., Chester, Pa.
Relatives and friends, also employees of Chester Bridgeport Ferry,
members of Polish – American Citizens Club, and Chester Bowling
Asso. Are invited to attend the funeral services on Wed. at 10: 30
o’clock from the Chester A. Renda Funeral Home, 9th & Highland Ave.
Interment Bridgeport Cem., Bridgeport, New Jersey,. Friends may
call Tues. eve.
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