Eward L. Czachor RitesApril 20,2013Edward L. Czachor Rites
A funeral Mass for Edward L. Czachor, 89, who died April 14, 2013, was held Friday, April 19, in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.
Officiating was the Rev. Remigius Ntahondi, pastor.
Burial followed in Evergreen Cemetery by the Rev. Ntahondi.
Organist was Richard Brown.
Vocalist was Lori Routhier.
Readers were Chuck Rose and Tom Donahue.
Eulogist was Lynn Rose.
Bearers were Chuck Rose, Kevin Chandler, Joe Tripodi, Tom Donahue, Aaron Mack and Chris Donahue.
Military honors were provided by Rutland American Legion Post 31. Presenting the flag to the family was Jim Burke. Taps was sounded by Jim Mills.
A reception followed in St. Anne’s Hall.
A prayer service was held Thursday in the Clifford Funeral Home by the Rev. Ntahondi.
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