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George Shriner m1 Helen Russin m2 Mary (Senak) Washlock -- here are his kids

Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE SHRINER was born May 15, 1886 in Leisenring No. 2, Fayette Co, PA, and died November 1964 in Brownsville, Fayette Co, PA. He married (1) HELEN ROSE RUSSIN, daughter of MIKE RUSSIN and MARY. She was born 1888 in Czechoslovakia, and died February 08, 1928. He married (2) MARY SENAK 1933. She died April 09, 1963.

His birthplace is in question by many different family members -- but this is what ww2 card and obit has indicated.

George Shriner
George Shriner, 79, of 82 Elm Street, Ellsworth, died at 6:20p.m. yesterday in Broewnville General hospital. Mr. Shriner was born May 8, 1885, at Leisenring, No. 2. He had resided in the Ellsworth community the past 50 years and had been employed in area coal mines. He was a member of the Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic church, Charleroi; UMWA local 197, Cokeburg, and Ellsworth Sportsmen’s association. He was married first to Helen Russin, who died February 8, 1928. He later married Mary Sayniak, who died April 9, 1963. Survivors include six sons, Mike, Ellsworth; John, Vestaburg; Thomas, Cokeburg; Paul, Coal Center, R.D.1;Carl, zyuma, La; and Joseph, Bentleyville; four daughters; Mrs. Mary Belak, Duquesne; Mrs. Ann Breitenbach, Gibsonia; Mrs. Helen Babiak, Monongahela R.D.; Mrs. Susan Procasky, Parma Heights, O.; four step-sons; three step-daughters; 39 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. A son, George, is deceased.


i. MICHAEL SHRINER, b. September 01, 1907; d. January 1975; m. EDNA MCMICHAEL.

ii. MARY "MARIE" SHRINER, b. July 30, 1910; d. June 21, 1996; m. JOE BELAK.

iii. ANN C. SHRINER, b. March 08, 1912; d. December 21, 1965, Gibsonia, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; m. RICHARD BREITENBACH; b. 1918; d. June 27, 1974.

Notes for ANN C. SHRINER:
Mrs. Ann C. Shriner Breitenbach
Mrs. Ann C. Shriner Breitenbach of Gibsonia died on Tuesday at her home at 4214 East Ewalt Road. She was the daughter of the late George and Helen Russin Shriner. Survivors include her husband, Richard A. Breitenbach; six brothers, Michael Shriner of Ellsworth, John of Vestaburg, Thomas of Cokeburg, Paul of Coal Center, Carl of Houma, La. and Joseph of Bentleyville; and three sisters, Mrs. Marie Belak of Duquesne, Mrs. Helen Babiak of Monongahela and Mrs. Susan Procasky of Parma Heights, Ohio. Friends are being received at the Freyvogel Sons, Inc. Funeral Home in Pittsburg.

More About ANN C. SHRINER:
Burial: December 24, 1965, Forest Lawn & Gardens Cemetery

Burial: July 30, 1974, cremated

iv. JOHN SHRINER, b. September 16, 1913, Fort Palmer; d. October 10, 1984; m. VIOLET M RODGERS, November 27, 1932; b. November 08, 1913; d. December 23, 2000.

John Shriner
John Shriner, 71, of Vestaburg was dead on arrival at Brownsville General Hospital at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday, October 10, 1984. He was born September 16, 1913, in Fort Palmer, a son of George and Helen Russin Shriner. He was a member of United Presbyterian Church of Vestaburg, Mr. Shriner was a retired employee of Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.'s Vesta 5 Mine. He was a member of United Mineworkers Union Local 762 of Vestaburg, the Beth-Center Senior Citizens and the UMW Pensioners Club. On November 27, 1932, he married Violet Rodgers, who survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Patricia Fuller and Elaine Yankura, both of Vestaburg; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren ; two sisters, Marie Belack of Dusquense and Susan Prockasky of Parma Heights, Ohio; three brothers, Paul Shriner and Joseph W. Shriner, both of Bentleyville, and Carl Shriner of Humao, La. A daughter, Millie Marie Shriner , a grandson, Dustin Fetsko, two sisters, Ann Britenback and Helen Babiak, and three brothers, Michael, George Jr. and Thomas Shriner, are deceased. Greenlee Funeral Home of Fredericktown is in charge of arrangements, which are incomplete.

Burial: Beallsville Cemetery, Vestaburg, Pennsylvania

v. GEORGE SHRINER, b. April 15, 1915, Ligonier, West Moreland Co, Pennsylvania; d. June 14, 1958, Washington, Washington Co, Pennsyvania; m. VERONICA; b. 1920.

George Shriner, Jr.
George Shriner, Jr., 43, of 268 Wood Street, Richeyville, died at 6:35p.m. Saturday, June 14, 1958, in Washington Hospital. Mr. Shriner was born April 15, 1915, in Ligonier. He was a member of St. Agnes R. C. Church and UMWA Local 2399, Richeyville. Surviving are his wife, Veronica A., the following children: Mrs. Tressa Sabatello, Pittsburgh, and Michael, Bernard, Darlene, Georgia, Lenori, Lorrie, Corrine, and Barry all of the home; his father, George Sr., Ellsworth; four sisters, Mrs. Marie Belak, Duquesne; Mrs. Ann Breitenbach, Gibsonia; Mrs. Helen Babiak, Mononogahela, and Mrs. Susan Procasky, Pittsburgh; six brothers, Mike and Paul, both of Ellsworth; John, Vestaburg; Thomas, Cokeburg; Carl, Lake Charles, La., Joseph, Bentleyville; one grandson, Leonardo Sabatello III, Pittsburgh, and one aunt, Mrs. John Popovich, Scenery Hill.

vi. THOMAS HOWARD SHRINER, b. June 10, 1917; d. June 24, 1970; m. ANNA WASHLOCK; b. 1922; d. 1984.

Thomas H. Shriner. 53, of. 27 Franklin Street, Cokeburg, died unexpectedly at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, 1970, while C; at work at Bethlehem Mine No.60. A resident of Cokeburg for the e past 32 years, Mr. Shriner was employed by Bethlehem Steel Co. as an assistant mine foreman. He was a member of St. Joseph R. C. Church in Cokeburg. Surviving are his wife, Anna Washlack Shriner; three sons: Thomas H., Jr., of Foxboro, Mass., and Richard and Joseph E at home; four daughters: Shirly McCombs, of Pittsburgh; Mary Chopp, of Indianapolis, Ind.; Carol Olson; of Columbus, Ohio, and Anna May Shriner, at home; nine grandchildren; five brothers: Michael, of Ellsworth; John, of Vestaburg; Paul, of Coal Center, R. D. 1; Joseph, of Bentleyville, and Carl, of Lake Charles, La.; three sisters: Helen Babiak, of Monongahela, R. D. 2; Marie Bellak, Duquesne, and Susan Procasky, of Berea. Ohio.

vii. PAUL ANDREW SHRINER, b. August 08, 1919, Fairfield Township, Westmoreland Co, Pennsylvania; d. March 07, 2002, Washington, Washington Co, Pennsylvania; m. JUNE ETTA LAMBERT, August 10, 1940, Washington, Washington Co, Pennsylvania; b. June 04, 1921, Coal Center, Washington Co, Pennsylvania; d. February 25, 1995, Chaleroi, Washington Co, Pennsylvania.

Paul A. Shriner (Bentleyville)
Paul A. Shriner Sr., 82, of Bentleyville, died at 9:50a.m. Thursday, March 7, 2002, in Washington County Health Center, Washington. He was born Aug. 8, 1919 in Fairfield Township, Westmoreland County, a son of the late George and Helen Rushkin Shriner. Mr. Shriner was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Roscoe. He retired from Bethlehem Mines Corporation Mine 51 in Ellsworth. Surviving are two daughters, Delores Green of Windsor, Mo., and Nancy Robertson of Corcoran, Calif.; one son, Richard Shriner of Bentleyville; one brother, Joseph Shriner of Bentleyville; one sister, Susan Procosky of Cleveland, Ohio; seven grandchildren, Karen Stafford, Daryl Shriner, Michael Carr, Paul Carr, Debbie Cappino, Dorothy Shriner and Donald Shriner; and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, June Etta Lambert Shriner, who died Feb. 25, 1995; one son, Paul A. Shriner Jr., who died in April [March] 1996; three sisters Helen Babiak, Ann Birtenback, and Marie Bellak; and five brothers, George, John, Thomas Sr., Michael Sr., and Carl Shriner Sr. Friends will be received in the GREENLEE FUNERAL HOME, 619 Main St., Bentleyville, on Friday from 7 to 9p.m. and Saturday from 2 to 4 and 5 to 7p.m. Funeral services will be held at 12:30p.m. Sunday, March 10, in the funeral home with the Rev. David Zona officiating. Interment will be in Maple Creek Cemetery.

Burial: March 10, 2002, Maple Creek Cemetery, Bentleyville, Washington Co, Pennsylvania

viii. HELEN SHRINER, b. September 25, 1921, RD 1 Bolivar, Pennsylvania; d. September 04, 1973, Taylor Run Road, RD2, Monongahela, Pennsylvania; m. FRANK BABIAK; b. March 09, 1914; d. August 22, 1980.

Helen Babiak
Helen Babiak, 53, of Taylor Run Road, RD2, Monongahela, died suddenly at home, Thursday, Oct. 4, 1973 at 12 noon. She was born in RD 1, Bolivar, Pa., Sept. 25, 1920, the daughter of George and Helen Shriner. Mrs. Babiak had lived in this area most of her life and was a member of St. Mary’s R.O. Church of Monongahela. Surviving are her husband, Frank; three sons, Frank Jr., Raymond and Michael all of Monongahela; two daughters, Nancy Beitsinger of Coraopolis, Helen Marie Thomas of Wichita, Kansas; four grandchildren; five brothers, John Shriner of Vestaburg, Paul Shriner of California, Joseph Shriner of Bentleyville, Mike Shriner of Cokeburg; Carl Shriner of Luisana; one sister, Mrs. Mary Bellak of Duquesne. Friends will be received after 2 p.m. Friday at the L. M. Frye Funeral Home, 427 W. Main Street, Monongahela.

Funeral Notices:
Babiak … Helen Babiak, 53, of Taylor Run Road, RD2, Monongahela, died suddenly at home, Thursday, Oct. 4, 1973. Friends will be received after 2 p.m. Friday at the L. M. Frye Funeral Home, 427 W. Main Street, Monongahela. Services in the L. M. Frye Chapel, Saturday, Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. with Rev. Nicholas.

ix. CARL CHARLES SHRINER, b. October 08, 1923; d. July 29, 1991; m. MARIE HARGRAVES.

Carl Shriner
Carl Charles Shriner Sr., 67, a native and a resident of Bentleyville, Pa., and a resident of Houma, died at 1:50 a.m. today, July 29, 1991. He was a former resident of Lake Charles, and was employed as a tool pusher in the oilfields. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 to 10p.m. and Wednesday from 8a.m. until funeral time at the Chauvin Funeral Home. A Mass will be said at 2 p.m. at the funeral home chapel with interment in the St. Francis de Sales No.2 Cemetery in Houma. He is survived by his wife, Marie Hargraves Shriner of Houma; three sons, Carl Charles Jr. and Darrall Glenn Shriner, both of Houma and Joseph Granville Shriner of Thibodaux; four daughters, Mrs. David (Marie) Savoy of Iowa, La., Mrs. Ronald (Catherine) Barnett, Beverly Ruth Shriner and Mrs. Kevin (Helen) Scott, all of Houma; two brothers, Paul and Joseph Shriner, both of Bentleyville, Pa.; and one sister, Mrs. Joseph (Marie) Bellak of Duquesne, Pa.; 14 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Helen Rose Shriner; three brothers, Tom, Mike and George Shriner Sr.; and one sister, Ann Shriner. He was a parishioner of Maria Immacolata Catholic Church and a World War II veteran.

Burial: St. Francis De Sales #2, Houma, LA

x. JOSEPH SHRINER, b. June 27, 1927; m. ANN NEMETH, October 26, 1946; b. May 26, 1930; d. May 11, 1988.

More About ANN NEMETH:
Burial: Beallsville Cemetery, Vestaburg, Pennsylvania

xi. SUSAN SHRINER, b. Aft. 1933; m. EDWIN PROCASKY; d. April 11, 2009.

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