August VINCENTI, 66, of Southview (R.D. 3, McDonald), died at 1:15 a.m.
Tuesday, September 1, 1942, in the Allegheny General hospital, Pittsburgh of
a fracture of the skull received when struck by a bus at Liberty avenue and
Eleventh street, Pittsburgh.
A son of Dominick and Speranza ROBOL VINCENTI, he was born August 4, 1876,
in Ala, Austria, and had been a resident of the McDonald community the past
fifty-six years. He retired from coal mining ten years ago.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ida RUSH VINCENTI, and the following
children: Thomas VINCENTI of Coraopolis, Tech. Sgt. John VINCENTI,
stationed in the Panama Canal Zone, Pfc. Lawrence VINCENTI, stationed at Ft.
Kobbe, Panama Canal Zone, and Marie, Fred, Pio, and Goldie VINCENTI, all
four at home. Two brothers, Leo VINCENTI of Primrose and Pio VINCENTI
Venice, and one sister, Mrs. Frank ANTHONY of Canonsburg R. D., also
Funeral services are being held this Thursday afternoon in Rogers Funeral
home, McDonald, conducted by the Rev. S. A. MC COLLAM, D. D, pastor of the
First U.P. church, McDonald. Burial in Robinson's Run cemetery.
(Source: Sept. 4, 1942 Obits. McDonald PA Record-Outlook)
(Contributor: Victoria Hospodar Valentine, firstname.lastname@example.org)
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