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Henry A. Dittman, 86, of 605 Union St., McKeesport, a former resident of Duquesne, died at his home yesterday at 6:42 p.m.

He was the son of the late Frederick and Catherine M. Hengelsberg Dittman, and was born in Allegheny County Aug 8, 1855. Surviving are his widow, Mary Raab Dittman; six sons, Leo, Clarence, Jerome and Adelbert of Duquesne: Raphel of Versailles Borough; Cyril of McKeesport; four daughters Mrs. Amelia Rendine of Connellsville; Mrs. Frank Zewe, Mrs. Paul Madden; and Mrs. Lawrence Weber of McKeesport; 32 grandchildren; and 3 great grandchildren.

Mr. Dittman was a member of St. Mary's German Roman Catholic Church of McKeesport and a former employee of the Duquesne Steel Works.

He will be buried in the New St. Joseph's Cemetery Tuesday following services at St. Mary's Church at 9 a.m. in charge of the Rev. W. C. Fromme. Friends are being received at the Hunter-Edmundson-Striffler Funeral Home.

From the McKeesport Daily News, July 25, 1942; Page 7