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Verne G. Blair

died 15 Nov 1942  

 

 

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  Verne G. Blair 

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PERIODICAL NAME: THE SHARON HERALD
DATE: NOVEMBER 16, 1942
HEADLINE: Verne G. Blair

Verne G. Blair, 59, died at 8:55 p. m. Sunday at his home, 119 N. Walnut-st, Sharpsville, following a brief illness.
Mr. Blair was a son of Robert and Martha Brunson Blair and leaves many friends who mourn his death.
One brother, Frank Blair, Sharpsville, is the only survivor.
The body has been removed to the Love Funeral Home, Sharpsville, where services will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Burial will be in the West Side cemetery.
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PERIODICAL NAME: THE SHARON HERALD
DATE: NOVEMBER 18, 1942
HEADLINE: Blair Services

Funeral services for Verne G. Blair, Walnut-st, Sharpsville, were held yesterday at 2 p. m. from the Love Funeral Home, with Rev. Louis E. Elbel, pastor of the Methodist church, in charge. Burial was in the West Side cemetery.
Pallbearers were George Wasiklo, Joseph Senaro, George Flynn, Charles Morford, Peter Dolan and Tony Rondinilli. 
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Transcriber's Disclaimer: This obituary is transcribed as it was published. All facts, dates and places are subject to verification and revision based on subsequent research. No guarantees of the accuracy of the information transcribed are expressed or implied by the transcriber thereof.

 

Transcribed By: J. Thomas Kolepp
Transcription Date: May 27, 2001

 

                                                     

                                                                

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