Charles M. Quasney, 69, pipe fitter, Marine veteran

March 04, 2003

Charles M. Quasney, a retired pipe fitter and Marine Corps veteran, died of cancer yesterday at his Pasadena home. He was 69.

Mr. Quasney was born in Baltimore and raised on South Hanover Street. He attended city public schools before serving in the Marine Corps, and was a drill instuctor at Camp Lejeune, N.C., at the time of his discharge in 1959.

He was employed as a pipe fitter at Eastern Stainless Steel Co. until retiring in 1982 on a medical disability.

Mr. Quasney was an avid hunter and fisherman.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at McCully-Polyniak Funeral Home, 3204 Mountain Road in Pasadena.

Survivors include his wife of 47 years, the former Angelina Sidiropoulos; two sons, Gary J. Quasney of Delta, Pa., and Andrew G. Quasney of Pasadena; two daughters, Pamela J. Marshall of St. Michaels and Cynthia J. Pfaff of Stewartstown, Pa.; two brothers, Everett Quasney of Pasadena and John Quasney of Queenstown; two sisters, Marlon Davis of Baltimore and Mary Butkowski of Annapolis; and seven grandchildren. Another daughter, Donna Quasney, died in 1961.

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