In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Henry, Eugene and Walter Fronczak. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. to p.m., the hour of a prayer service in the funeral home.
The family formerly resided at Perryopolis where they had made their home for 20 years. The body was brought this morning to the parlors of Funeral Director Ira Blair of Perryopolis and will be taken to the home of a son, Elmer, at Perryopolis this evening, at which place the funeral service will be held on Sunday. At the time of his death he was serving with Company F, 365th infantry, 77th Division, under General Douglas Mac Arthur. 1, Paul, Peter and Adam of Baltimore, Md., Stephen of Connellsville and Emory of Wilkes Barre and two sisters, Mrs. Military rites will be conducted at the grave by American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts. (1886-1967) SKOVRAN, GEORGE, SR.— Age 80 years of Filbert, Orient Road, died Saturday morning, May 13, 1967 in the Uniontown Hospital. Gene is also survived by his five grandchildren: Bradford Boskovitch and wife April, Brian Boskovitch and wife Debbie, and Jonathan Boskovitch all of Uniontown, Jeremy Boskovitch, Columbus, Ohio and Felicia Skowronek Kettler and husband Craig of Leesburg, Virginia; five great grandchildren: Brycen Boskovitch, Lauren Cottom, Katherine Kettler, Benjamin Kettler and Jay Kettler.
The soldier was born in Whitney, Westmoreland county, May 15, 1913, and when a child his parents moved to Dunbar, later coming to Connellsville where they have resided since that time. He participated in the invasion of Guam and before that was in Hawaii. Veronica Hamborsky Skoloda; two children, Albert, Jr., and Catherine at home; his parents; nine brothers, Joseph, William and John of Pittsburgh, Frank of Leisenring No. Burial will be made in the church cemetery at Brookvale under direction of John J Spishak. He shared a very strong bond with both his children and their families and will be sadly missed. Ted (Pauline) Kanopko both of the State of Connecticut and Mrs.
Skoloda, 31, killed in action in Leyte, Philippine Islands, on December 13, 1944, will arrive here today and be removed to the home of his parents, John and Sophie Smolka Skoloda, in 141 South Ninth street. Frick Coke Company at Crabapple mine prior to entering the armed forces March 19, 1942. C., Louisiana, California, Indiantown Gap and Pickett, Va. He was predeceased by three brothers, John in 1958, Andrew in 1964, and Stephen in 1963, and one sister, Ann [illegible] are, his wife, Susan Soroka Skovran; the following children, John of Detroit, Mich.; George Jr. Skowronek and wife Cynthia of Uniontown and Jane E. Gene was a wonderful father and excellent role model.
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on Saturday when a prayer service will be held followed by a funeral mass of Christian Burial in St.