Stoffel, Mrs. Anna M. 1919

MRS. ANNA M. STOFFEL
EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
DEC. 19, 1919

Mrs. Anna Stoffel Succumbs Following Illness of Several Weeks.

MRS. ANNA M. STOFFEL, aged 66, died at her home, corner of Third and Monroe streets yesterday afternoon at 2:45, following a brief illness of complications following a stroke about a month ago. The deceased was born in Ireland but came to this country at an early age and has resided in this city for the past 40 years. Always of a cherry disposition and willing to assist those more unfortunate in dire circumstances, her death will cast a gloom over the community. A member of the St. Aloysius Catholic church she was always regular in attendance and took an active interest in the work of the church. She is survived by the following children, Marcella, George, John, Lawrence, John, Mrs. Frank O’Hanlon, Sr., and Mrs. Lawrence Kindsvatter, all of this city. Three sisters also survive, the Misses Alice and Dorothy O’Burne and Mrs. Hastings of Philadelphia. Six grandchildren also survive. Funeral services over the remains will be held at the St. Aloysius Catholic church Monday morning at 9 o’clock, Rev. T. A. Dunne officiating. Interment will be made at St. Aloysius cemetery. Friends may view the remains Saturday and Sunday.