Samuel J. Brown Jr.; An Artist And Teacher
October 26, 1994|by Jim Nicholson, Daily News Staff Writer
(Page 4 of 5)After World War II, he served with the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean aboard the heavy cruiser USS Newport News. He retired in 1959 as a chief gunner's mate.
From 1960 to 1974, Delaney worked at the Marine Corps Supply Activity Center at Broad Street and Washington Avenue. In recognition of 40 years of federal service, he received a certificate and ruby lapel pin from the Secretary of the Navy.
Survivors include his wife, the former Emily A. Kozlowski, and a stepson, Edward L. Odom.
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Mass of Christian Burial was to be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. today at St. George Church, 2700 E. Venango St. Burial will be in St. Peter Cemetery, Almond and Tioga streets.
LISA MICHELLE RICHARDSON
Services were held Oct. 1, for Lisa Michelle Richardson, a Prudential Life Insurance Co. employee who died Sept. 27, of Devick's illness, a rare malady that attacks the spine. She was 27 and lived in North Central Philadelphia.
Richardson had worked for Prudential for 8 1/2 years at the firm's Fort Washington facility where she was an accounting clerk. She had previously worked for a number of years at the City Blue clothing store.
"She had a very free spirit and a very positive outlook on life. Her personality reflected that," said her mother, Barbara Richrdson.
A graduate of Olney High School, Richardson was a meber of New Way Missionary Baptist Church at 13th and Rockland streets.
Survivors also include a son, Amir; four sisters, Andrea, Tanya, Yinka and Tamara "Ki-Ki"; a grandmother, Thelma Jubilee, and a grandfather, James Upshaw.
Services were at New Way Missionary Baptist Church. Burial was in Merion Memorial Park.
Fannie Wood, the former Fannie Washington, died Saturday. She was 73 and lived in South Philadelphia.
"Fannie was a devoted mother and wife, who strived to develop strong Christian values for her family," said a family member. "She was a homemaker but would often work part time to provide extras for her family. She taught her children to be self-reliant, self-sufficient and to follow their dreams."
Survivors include four sons, Richard, Ronald, Robert and Anthony; three daughters, Delores, Antoinette and Anita; a sister, Janie Grandy, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Church of the Redeemer, 24th and Dickinson streets, where friends may call two hours before the services. Burial will be in Mount Zion Cemetery, Springfield Road and Bartram Avenue, Collingdale, Delaware County.
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