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In Memory

John Dzuback

John Childers Dzuback, 33

John Childers Dzuback, 33, died Aug. 9 in Davies Medical Center in San Francisco. A memorial service will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church Saturday. Sept. 7 at 4 p.m. Mr. Dzuback attended schools in Glonview. 111.: Wilton, Conn, and Porlville, N.Y. before moving with his family to Westfield in 1968. He was a Purcell Choir Boy at St. Paul's and belonged to Boy Scout Troop 77. He graduated from Westfield High School in 1977. In 1981 he graduated with a R.S. degree in biology from Davis and Elkins College. A member of Smtiui Phi Kpsilon Fraternity, he also served served as a volunteer with the Randolph County Rescue Squad and worked as a medical technician m I)avis Memorial Hospital while living in Elkins. lie was also a inert tech at Overlook Hospital and at Kaiser Pcrmauente in Sun Francisco. Surviving arc- his parents. Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Dzuback of Westfield; a brother, Joseph III of Fanwood; four sisters, Mary Ann Dzuback-Best of St. Louis, Meg Bloomileid and April Dzuback of San Francisco, and Jayne Bibb of Franklin. Term. In lieu of Mowers the family suggests contributions to the Hemophilia Assn. of New Jersey, 37 West Prospect St.. East Brunswick NJ 08816. 

Westfield Leader, September 5, 1991