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Pasquale Rinaldo “Patrick” Dinard

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Pasquale Rinaldo “Patrick” Dinard

Birth
Avellino, Provincia di Avellino, Campania, Italy
Death
7 Mar 1945 (aged 36)
Trumbull County, Ohio, USA
Burial
Niles, Trumbull County, Ohio, USA Add to Map
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GIRARD MAN LEAVES BUS, KILLED BY PASSING TRUCK

Niles Daily Times
Thursday, March 8, 1945

Patrick "Push Rinaldo Dinard, 37, of 231 S. Market St., Girard, widely-known in Niles, was killed at 5:30 yesterday afternoon when he was struck by a truck at the corner of North State St. and Smithsonian Ave.

According to witnesses, Dinard stepped off Warren-bound Penn-Ohio coach No. 65, driven by Thomas Watt of Youngstown, started to cross State St. in front of the stopped coach, and walked into the side of a passing truck which is owned by the Midwest Haulers of Cleveland and driven by Maurice Harmon, also of Cleveland.

Dinard was driven to St. Elizabeth's Hospital in the Blackstone-Reese ambulance and was pronounced dead on arrival. Mahoning County Coroner David A Belinkey attributed death to a fractured skull and other injuries.

Witnesses to the tragedy were Ray Weeks, Youngstown, George Carlson, Lowellville, and William C Meyer, 1013 Washington St., Girard.

Dinard was born March 29, 1908 in Avellino, Italy, coming to the United States when he was three years old. Eleven years ago he married Elizabeth Verbias of Niles. He had been employed by the Ohio Leather Co. in Girard for 22 years.

He is survived by his wife, his mother, Mrs. Salvatrice Dinard, 633 S. State Str., Girard, three brothers, Frank of Girard, Peter of McDonald, and Anthony in Youngstown, and three sisters, Mrs. Alphonso Christopher of Girard, Mrs. Albert Calderone of Youngstown, and Anne at home.

He was a member of the FOE Lodge of Girard No 2172. His family is well known in Niles and has many relatives here.

Funeral services will be held at the Rossi Funeral Home at 2:30 Saturday. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. The body will remain at the Rossi Funeral Home.
GIRARD MAN LEAVES BUS, KILLED BY PASSING TRUCK

Niles Daily Times
Thursday, March 8, 1945

Patrick "Push Rinaldo Dinard, 37, of 231 S. Market St., Girard, widely-known in Niles, was killed at 5:30 yesterday afternoon when he was struck by a truck at the corner of North State St. and Smithsonian Ave.

According to witnesses, Dinard stepped off Warren-bound Penn-Ohio coach No. 65, driven by Thomas Watt of Youngstown, started to cross State St. in front of the stopped coach, and walked into the side of a passing truck which is owned by the Midwest Haulers of Cleveland and driven by Maurice Harmon, also of Cleveland.

Dinard was driven to St. Elizabeth's Hospital in the Blackstone-Reese ambulance and was pronounced dead on arrival. Mahoning County Coroner David A Belinkey attributed death to a fractured skull and other injuries.

Witnesses to the tragedy were Ray Weeks, Youngstown, George Carlson, Lowellville, and William C Meyer, 1013 Washington St., Girard.

Dinard was born March 29, 1908 in Avellino, Italy, coming to the United States when he was three years old. Eleven years ago he married Elizabeth Verbias of Niles. He had been employed by the Ohio Leather Co. in Girard for 22 years.

He is survived by his wife, his mother, Mrs. Salvatrice Dinard, 633 S. State Str., Girard, three brothers, Frank of Girard, Peter of McDonald, and Anthony in Youngstown, and three sisters, Mrs. Alphonso Christopher of Girard, Mrs. Albert Calderone of Youngstown, and Anne at home.

He was a member of the FOE Lodge of Girard No 2172. His family is well known in Niles and has many relatives here.

Funeral services will be held at the Rossi Funeral Home at 2:30 Saturday. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. The body will remain at the Rossi Funeral Home.


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