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The body will be removed this evening to the home of Mrs. Pleasant Hospital, Tuesday morning, March 21, 1922, at oclock following an operation in that institution last Thursday morning. Mc Elroy, of Gallatin avenue, Friday afternoon at 2 oclock, Rev.

Radtke, aged 29 years, of Scottdale, died in the Mt. She is survived by her husband, her parents, and the following brothers and sisters, Mrs.

He is survived by his widow, Anna Rabel, and the following children: Steve and Andy, Isabella; Mrs. Rackoff's death will be mourned by a wide circle of friends. RACUTT ( -1966) RACUTT, JOHN M.— Age 45 years; died at the Huron RD Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, April 6, 1966. Raczkowski, and one daughter, Elaine Raczkowski Saccani, both of Sutersville; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one brother, Adam Raczkowski of Monessen; and three sisters, Anna Duda of Norvelt, Mary Kufka of Bridgeville, and Sophie Chelen of Monessen. Nothing unusual had been noticed about him, and from all appearance he was in good health during the day.

Surviving are eight children, including Ferris, Mrs. Death was attributed to pneumonia with which he had been suffering only two days. He was at his regular work Monday of this week at Filbert. Mary Racosky, aged 54, died Saturday afternoon, September 25, 1937, at the family home in Fairbanks. Funeral services will be held in the home at Tuesday morning, with additional rites in St. Fifteen grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive. Funeral services will be held Wednesday in Pittsburgh. (Herald - Sep 27, 1937) Rudolph Racosky, aged 21, of Fairbanks, died suddenly on Sunday, December 26, 1937, at the family home on the anniversary of the death of his mother, three months ago. Friends are being received at the Jack Monreal Funeral Home, Wickcliffe, Ohio.

Meeting at the residence the funeral cortege will proceed to the New Salem G. church where services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in charge of the pastor, Rev. JOSEPH RACOSKY Joseph Racosky, of Fairbanks, died at o'clock Wednesday night, April 21, 1937, in the family residence. He had been ill for two days and his death was attributed to a complication of diseases.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced on Friday by the Haky Funeral Home of Uniontown. She was also predeceased by her husband, Patrick J. in 1978; two sons: James and John Rafter; and eight brothers and three sisters.