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 William I. LIDSTER died suddenly at 5:30 p.m., Monday, April 12, 1954, at
his home in Fannie street, McDonald.
 A son of William and Marie HALL LIDSTER, he was born March 27, 1879, in
England and came to the United States at the age of five years.  He was a
member of the First Presbyterian church, McDonald, and of the Men's Bible
class.  When he came to McDonald he was employed by the Pittsburgh Coal Co.,
and later by the Collins Boiler Works, McDonald.  He later was employed at
the Disco plant and the Nation al Supply Co. of Carnegie.  He retired in
 Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary CASE LIDSTER; one daughter, Wilma Jean,
Wife of Elmer BROWN of McDonald; two sisters, Mrs. Florence FRITCH of
Carnegie, and Mrs. Harriett TUCKER of East Liverpool, Ohio, and two
grandchildren.  A sister, Mrs. Fannie SECHRIST, preceded him in death in
February, 1954.
 Friends are being received at the Pettit funeral home, McDonald, where
services will be held April 15 at 2:30 p.m. in charge of the Rev. Donald L.
AIREY.  Burial will be in Robinson's Run cemetery.
(Source: Apr. 15, 1954 Obits. McDonald PA Record)
(Contributor: Victoria Hospodar Valentine,

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