Son-in-Law Of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Rorick And Vice President Of Sadler & Rorick
Funeral services were held for Frank Sweeney Saturday morning at 9 o’clock in the Delaware Avenue Cathedral in Buffalo, N.Y. Mr. Sweeney, aged 44 years, died last Wednesday night at his home on Lafayette avenue after a short illness. He was the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. William Rorick of this city. Mr. Sweeney and his family spent several summer vacations here with Mr. and Mrs. Rorick and were well known in this community.
For the past several years he had served as vice president of the Sadler & Rorick Livestock Company. Mr. Sadler died many years ago, but the firm name had never been changed. Mr. Sweeney, until his death, was a member of the City Welfare committee of Buffalo. He had also served on numerous other boards of the city.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ivah Sweeney, formerly Miss Ivah Rorick of this city; two daughters, Norma, at home, and Mrs. William Munschauer of Buffalo; one sister, Miss Ann Sweeney, one brother, James, of Buffalo.
Burial was made in Mt. Holyoke cemetery in Buffalo.
Mr. and Mrs. Rorick, Mrs. Alma Scott and Gerald Bryant left for Buffalo, N.Y. last Thursday morning. Mrs. Scott and Mr. Bryant returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rorick will remain in Buffalo indefinitely.
Source: Morenci Observer, November 12, 1936.