WILLIAM F.  WOLFE---20 May 1952----- Times Leader newspaper obituary


William F. Wolfe, 39, who appeared to be in good health, died suddenly last night at 8:30 following a heart attack in his home, 41 East Hillside Avenue, Plymouth.  He had worked yesterday as usual as a truck driver for the W. G. Downs coal firm of Wilkes-Barre.


Sgt. Alfred Mundy and Patrolman Bernard Bernick, of the Plymouth Police Department, and Deputy Coroner Joseph W. Piszczek, of Plymouth, investigated.


Mr. Wolfe, was born in Wilkes-Barre and had resided in Plymouth most of his life.  He was a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Plymouth.


Survivors are: His wife, Susan, and eight children: [all at home Hillside Ave.]


William Jr., Lois, Lorraine, Ruth, Richard , Barbara , Josephine , Ernest.


Also three brothers:


Leo, Wilkes-Barre, Harry Wilkes-Barre, Richard , Hanover Township.


And four sisters:


Mrs. Loretta Wolfe--Wichert, W-B, Mrs William Deitrick, W-B, Mrs.Donald Foley, W-B,
Mrs. John Hughes, Harrisburg.


The funeral will be held from the Kenneth R. Williams Funeral Home, 114 West Main Street, Plymouth, on Thursday afternoon at 2.  Rev. W.A.R. Gilbride, pastor of the First Welsh Baptist Church, Plymouth, will officiate.


Interment will be in the Maple Hill Cemetery.


Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Wednesday.