Lloyd Ray Striner, 58, of Connellsville, died Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996, at his home. He was born April 13, 1937, in Connellsville, a son of the late Otto George and Kathryn Louise O’Nell Striner. He was a lifelong resident of Connellsville and worked as a self-employed lumberman and mine supplier. He is survived by his wife, Rosie May Reese Striner; two sons, Ellis Ray Striner and wife Susan, and Marvin L. Striner and wife Rhonda, all of Connellsville; three daughters, Mrs. Eric (Marjorie) Schroyer of South Connellsville, Brenda Striner of Mount Pleasant and Barbara Striner of Connellsville; two grandchildren, Samantha Striner and Erica Schroyer; a brother, Otto C. Striner of South Connellsville; and a sister, Mrs. Dale (Kathryn) Gradner of Connellsville. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by two brothers, John and Ralph Striner. Visitation and services will be private for the family. The Rev. Herb Dubler will officiate. Interment will be in Normalville Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville.
Charles F. Strobel [Stroebel], 42 years old, a Pittsburg & Lake Erie flagman, died Friday afternoon at 12:45 o’clock at his home at East Liberty following a lingering illness. Mr. Stroebel [Strobel] is survived by his widow and an adopted daughter.
Margaret STROBEL died in 1937. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Mrs. Margaret Strobel, 83, died at 10:45 o'clock, Wednesday morning, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maude Reynolds, of near New Salem.
Mrs. Strobel had been ill a short time and her death was attributed to complications.
In addition to the daughter, with whom she made her home, she leaves a brother, Louis Shauf, of Massission, Ohio.
Arrangements of the services will be announced later.
On Monday last, Mr. Hugh Cunningham, and Thomas Johnston, both of this county, and Mr. Strong, of Kentucky, were unfortunately drowned in the Youghiogeni river, near Connellsville. It appears that Mr. Cunningham was about to descend the river to Kentucky, with a cargo of Iron, and had received into his boat near three tons of iron at Col. Meason's Forge, and set out from thence accompanied by the above persons and two negro men, with an intention of landing his boat below the bridge, to receive the residue of his loading;-- that owing to some mismanagement of the boat, she was brought sideways against one of the fenders of the bridge, which caused the iron to roll to one side, and sprung a plank:--the water immediately poured into the boat: Upon seeing this, one of the negroes on board became alarmed and clung to one of the piers of the bridge, by which he saved himself. Mr. Cunningham, and the others on board, appeared to exert themselves to effect a landing, but the boat filling so fast with water, their exertions were unavailing;--she sunk about a quarter of mile below the bridge, near the middle of the river. The only person saved was the other negro man who swam ashore. The bodies of the deceased have not yet been found.
Joel Stoneroad STRONG died in 1935. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Joel Stoneroad Strong, aged 80, reputable citizens and widely known retired farmer, died at 5:30 o'clock Friday evening, June 14, 1935, in his home in Franklin township and on the same farm where he was born and reared. Mr. Strong was the last surviving member of the Henry Fox and Eliza Hunter Strong family.
Had he lived until tomorrow, June 16, he and Mrs. Strong would have celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary.
Surviving are: His widow, Mrs. Mary Frost Strong; 11 children: Mrs. Joanna Hartman, Benton, Ore.; Orland Strong, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Eliza Houle, McKeesport; Mrs. Belle McCoy, Clayton Strong, Anna Dunn, of Uniontown; Mrs. Mary Miekrantz, Oliver; Edison Strong, Dunbar, Joel, Hazel, and Olive Strong, at home; and a grandson, Stoneroad McCracken, at home. A daughter, Mrs. Pearl McCracken, died in 1929.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Members of the family request friends to please omit flowers.
(Herald - 6/15/1935)
Shock, grief and some anger hang over the Lake Lynn and Nilan areas this morning in the wake of a tragic school bus accident which claimed the life of a Lake Lynn girl. The mishap occurred on a legislative route in Springhill Twp. in a rural area about two miles east of the Point Marion bridge yesterday afternoon about 4:30.
Agnes Strosnider, 11, was pronounced dead at the scene by deputy coroner Richard Herod at 5:20 p.m. Herod said the child suffered a fractured skull and multiple head injuries and possibly a fractured neck. Herod aid the girl probably died on impact.
Emergency vehicles rushed 29 other persons including the bus driver to the West Virginia University Hospital in Morgantown and Uniontown Hospital. The driver of the bus, Raymond Gerald Murray, 34, of Smithfield R. D. 3, was reported in fair condition in Uniontown Hospital last night. All but three of the other injured children were treated and released. The students were all from the Friendship Hill Elementary School. Uniontown State Police, who are investigating the accident told the Herald-Standard last night the bus was traveling east when the accident occurred. Police said the bus went down a slight grade but failed to negotiate a 90 degree right turn. The bus struck a B&O railroad overpass abutment head-on. Police said the bus attempted to stop but was unable to do so. It was snowing lightly at the time of the accident and the roadway was dry and ash-covered according to troopers at the scene. Troopers also said there will be further investigation of the bus and the vehicle will be “torn apart” probably by the State Police garage investigator to try to determine if there was mechanical difficulty in either the steering system or brake system or elsewhere. There will also be a coroner’s inquest into the mishap. Meanwhile, emergency vehicles rushed to the scene following the accident including State Police, Point Marion Vol. Fire Dept., both on and off duty Point Marion Borough Policemen and ambulances from Bobtown and Smithfield. The injured were helped out of the bus by the bus driver and a nearby resident who was identified as William Bair.
Most of the injured were taken to the Blair residence while some children reportedly ran home. Those students admitted to the Morgantown hospital were identified as Viola McClain, 12, and Kim Strosnider, 6, both of Lake Lynn. Both were reported in fair condition last night. Meanwhile, six-year-old Jennie White Summerfield of Point Marion was reported in fair condition last night in Uniontown Hospital. Uniontown Hospital identified the students who were treated and realesed as Sheila Huffine; 10, Deanne Huffine; 9, Victoria Johnson, 7; Delores Stewart, 8; Donna Jo Crites, 7; Michael Sapp, 7; and John Sapp, Jr., 8, all of Lake Lynn and nine-year-old Sonya Pruitt of Point Marion. The Sapp boys are brothers and the Huffine children are sisters, according to the hospital. The Morgantown hospital gave the identities of the children treated there but could give no information on the ages, addresses or relationship of the youngsters. They were, Alcesta Wade, Charles Wade, Ricky Ruble, Samantha Strosnider, Annette Strosnider, Jerry Cobb, Joyce Stewart, James Stewart, William Stewart, Diane Diehl, Carol Strosnider, Robert McClain, Beverly Morland, and Norma Stewart. Carol and Samantha Strosnider are sisters of the victim. Meanwhile, the bus itself, owned by the Dundard and Springhill Bus Co. of Point Marion was totally demolished. State Police estimated the loss at $2,500. State Police and Point Marion officials tried to keep some order at the scene for the roadway to be clear for ambulances.
Ambulances from Point Marion, McClellandtown and Uniontown were also called to the scene but the injured had already been transported to the hospitals by the other ambulances, according to some reports, and private vehicles. The force of the impact reportedly torn several seats loose and moved the bus forward about two feet off the frame. The victim was found on the left side of the bus about six feet from the front. No date has been set for the coroner’s inquest which will be held at the office of Fayette County Coroner Dr. W. Ralston McGee in Uniontown.
Agnes Strosnider was a fifth grade student at the school and a member of the Nilan Apostolic Church. She is survived by her parents, Calvin and Betty Chipps Strosnider; four brothers, Jack, Calvin, Jr., Frank and Heath, all at home; and four sisters, Cathy, Samantha, Brenda, and Carol, all at home. Friends will be received at the Richard Herod Funeral Home in Point Marion after 7 o’clock tonight. Funeral arrangements were incomplete last night.
Albert Gallatin Area School District Superintendent George Plava last night expressed shock and sympathy. “The administration and the school board are deeply shocked,” he said. “The death of Agnes and the injuries to the others have been felt and we express our sympathy to the children and the families.” Plava went on to say “safety is always a matter of deep concern.” He pointed out the district transports about 5,500 students a day and the 36 busses log over 2,900 miles a day. “It only takes one such accident to make us realize now fortunate we have been in the past years,” he said. Plava also said in all his 23 years as an administrator he couldn’t recall any other serious mishaps although he said there have been some minor ones. Plava added the Friendship Elementary School instructs children in kindergarten through sixth grade.
Louis Rudolph, a Point Marion funeral director, owns the bus involved in the mishap and has operated the business but the past two years. Previous to that, according to Mr. Rudolph, the bus lines has serviced school districts in the area for about 30 years. Rudolph told the Herald-Standard last night the 1966 had had not previous record of trouble and had been inspected in January. Rudolph said the driver, Mr. Murray, has been with the company for about two years and is a regular driver and mechanic. Rudolph also said this was the first mishap the lines has had since he took over and the first one that he personally knew of. According to the Point Marion resident, the bus has a capacity of 66 passengers and as far as he knew, there were between 35 to 40 children in the vehicle at the time of the mishap. Rudolph was at the scene of the accident but said he didn’t know what went wrong and wouldn’t know until the bus was inspected by State Police this morning.
Article continues concerning a minor accident involving a school bus and a vehicle.
To see complete article, and all follow-up articles go to Raymond Gerald Murray.
Article begins with account of ongoing investigation, then continues….
A fifth grader in the school, Agnes is survived by her parents; four brothers, Jack, Calvin, Jr., Frank and Heath, and four sisters, Cathy, Samantha, Brenda, and Carol, all at home, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chipps, of Lake Lynn. Friends will be received in the Herod Funeral Home, Point Marion, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow until 2 p.m., the hour of service with Rev. William Provance officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Memorial Park, Point Marion. Funeral services for Mr. Murray will be handled by the Rudolph Funeral Home of Point Marion.
STROSNIDER, AGNES HENRIETTA— Age 11 years, of Lake Lynn, Pa. died Monday, February 25, 1974. She was a fifth grade student at Friendship Hill Elementary School and was a member of Nilan Apostolic Church. She was the daughter of Calvin and Betty Chipps Strosnider of Lake Lynn. In addition to her parents, she is survived by four brothers and four sisters, Jack, Calvin, Jr., Frank, Heath, Cathy, Brenda, Carol and Samantha, all at home; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chipps of Lake Lynn. The family will receive friends in the Richard R. Herod Funeral Home, Point Marion today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and until 2 p.m. Thursday, the hour of service with Rev. William Provance officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Memorial Park, Point Marion.
STROTHER— Near Smithfield, Pa., April 19, Mrs. Priscilla Strother, aged 82 years.
Theodore Lee Strother, Sr.
Theodore Lee Strother, Sr., 33, of Belle Vernon, formerly of Dawson and Perryopolis, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, July 22, 2012 in his home. A son of the late Willis Harvey and Malinda Belle (Keffer) Strother, Jr., he was born on December 19, 1978. Theodore was employed as a laborer. Survivors include: his wife Audrey-Rose (Burkhart) Strother; one son, Theodore Lee Strother, Jr.; one daughter, Ivy-Rose Strother, both at home; one brother, Timothy Strother and his partner Edward Fisher; one sister, April Fuoss and her husband, Howard; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Albert C. and Kathleen Burkhart; five sisters-in-law: Jessica Burkhart, Jeannette (Kenneth Crissman) Sollars, Cassandra (Lamont) Moorer, Kara Burkhart and Angel Gibson; two brothers-in-law: Jason Burkhart, Jake Gibson, and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his grandparents, Willis Harvey Strother, Sr., Anne Marie Strother, William E. Keffer and Dolores Keffer. Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the FERTUSON FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, INC., 700 Broad Avenue, Belle Vernon. 724- 929-5300 (www.FergusonFuneralHomeAndCrematory.com) A funeral service will be in the funeral home Wednesday at 8 p.m. with Pastor Eugene Spear of Char-Belle Free Methodist Church, officiating.
Mrs. Dora Martin Stroud, aged 67, died Tuesday morning, August 29, 1933, at her home on Woodvale Street, Dunbar. Cause of death is sighted as complications. She is survived by one son, Harry Stroud of Dunbar; Mrs. Stroud was preceded in death by her husband John B. Stoud. Interment at Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Mrs. Dora Stroud, aged 67, died Tuesday morning at her home on Woodvale street, Dunbar, of complications. She is survived by one son Harry Stroud of Dunbar. Funeral Services will be announced later.
Mrs. Dora Stroud, 67 years old, died at 11:30 o’clock this morning at her home on Wooddale street, Dunbar, following a week’s illness from complications. She is survived by a son, Harry Stroud, of Dunbar.
The funeral service for Mrs. Dora Stroud, 67 years old, who died Thursday at the home of her son, Harry E. Stroud at Dunbar, will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Dunbar Methodist Episcopal Church with Rev. W. MacDonald Whetzel, pastor, officiating. Internment will be made in Mount Auburn Cemetery. Mrs. Stroud, in addition to her one son is survived by one sister, Effie Martin of Dunbar, four brothers, Andrew Martin of Somerset, Frank Martin of Ruddsdale, and Charles Martin and Walter Martin of Dunbar, two stepdaughters, Mrs. Frank Pack and Mrs. McDowell of Uniontown and six grandchildren.
Mrs. Dora Stroud of Dunbar left a $4,000 estate to her son Harry who is also named executor. She passed away August 29th, 1933.
Notes from contributor:
Occupation–Telephone Operator, Member of the M. E. Church
Married–John B Stroud 1 Jul 1889
A House Painter who had been a Widower since 1872
STROUD, HARRY E., age 55 years, died suddenly in his home, Woodvale Street, Dunbar, Monday, December 23, 1945 at 4:00 p.m. He was the son of the late John B. and Dora Martin Stroud. Mr. Stroud lived his entire life in Dunbar where he operated a lunch room and restaurant for the past 25 years. He was a member of the Wesley Methodist Church at Dunbar, Fayette County Foreman's Association, and Dunbar Volunteer Fire Department for 26 years, of which he was the past president. He was also employed by the Department of Forest and Water for many years as a fire inspector and for the past two years was a caretaker of Kooser State Park. Surviving are his widow, Laura C. Stroud; one sister, Mrs. McDowell of Uniontown. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday December 26, in the late home at 2 p.m., with Rev. O. G. Cook, pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church officiating. Burial in Mt. Auburn Cemetery under the direction of the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar.
Harry E. (Dutch) Stroud, 55, prominent citizen and businessman of Dunbar, died suddenly at 4:30 o’clock Monday afternoon at his home of a heart attack. For the past 20 years he had managed a lunch room and restaurant at Dunbar. He was a member of Fayette County Firemen’s Association and the Dunbar Volunteer Fire Company for the past 26 years. He was past president of the latter. He was also a member of Wesley Methodist church, Dunbar. He was fire inspector for the Department of Forests and Waters and for the past two years has been caretaker of Kooser State Park in Somerset county. He was a son of the late John B. and Dora Martin Stroud and was born in Dunbar where he lived all his life. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Laura C. Stroud and one sister, Mrs. McDowell of Uniontown. The funeral service will be conducted at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon at the home with Rev. O. G. Cook, pastor of Wesley Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Auburn Cemetery.
John William Stroud, aged 38 years, died at the Uniontown Hospital at 6 o'clock Friday morning, June 30, 1922, following a long illness. He was the son of the late John R. Stroud and Alwilda Stroud of Dunbar. He is survived by his wife who was Miss Lillian Warman of Walnut Hill and one child, his stepmother, Mrs. Dora Stroud of Dunbar; two sisters, Mrs. Thomas McDowell of Uniontown and Mrs. Frank Peck of Hopwood; two brothers Walter D. of Morgantown, W. VA. and Harry E. of Dunbar. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Thomas McDowell, 148 Connellsville Street. Internment in Dunbar Cemetery (Mt. Auburn).
Notes from contributor:
Army WW I, Buried Section B Lot 101
STROUD, LAURA C.— Formerly of Dunbar, died suddenly Saturday morning, October 10, 1959 at 7:30 o’clock at the home of her sister, Mrs. John O’Hern, 34 Martha St., Uniontown. Friends will be received at the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar. Arrangements will be announced later.
A short funeral service was held Monday at Morgantown, W. Va., for Walter Stroud, a funeral director who died Saturday, September 27, following a short illness. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Florence Stroud; his mother, Mrs Dora Stroud of Dunbar, a brother, Harry Stroud of Dunbar, and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth McDowell and Mrs. Frank Kack, both of Uniontown; also the following cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Glotfelty, J. B. Crawford, Mrs. Jennie Halbritter and Mrs. W. G. Keffer of this city. Following the service at Morgantown, the party motored to Dunbar where an additional service was held. Burial was made in the family lot in the Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Daniel STRUBE died in 1931. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Daniel Strube, 35, of Ronco, died in the hospital of the County Home Wednesday evening from tuberculosis of the spine. He suffered an auto accident about two years ago and complications developed.
He is survived by his wife Charlotte, the following children, Charles, Henrietta, John and Herman and these brothers and sisters, Alvira of Ronco; Mrs. Corienne Lentz, Mrs. George Barnhart and Henry Strube.
Funeral services later.
(Morning Herald - Feb. 27, 1931)
Obituary is typed as published. Year in article does not match publication date.
Pauline Strycula, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Strycula of Tower Hill No. 2, died in the Brownsville General Hospital, Wednesday night, January 17, 1933, at 10:15 o’clock from burns suffered Monday afternoon when her clothing caught fire. She had attempted to retrieve a box of matches from the kitchen stove where they had been thrown by a younger sister. The box exploded, igniting her clothing. No funeral arrangements have been announced.
Funeral service for Pauline Strycula, fatally burned in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Strycula, House 301, Tower Hill No. 2, Monday, January 15, 1934, and died in the Brownsville General Hospital, Wednesday, January 17, 1934, will be conducted in the residence Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Rev. Fr. Joseph Foryslak, pastor of the Cardale R. C. church will conduct additional services in the church with burial in Footdale cemetery. Besides her parents Pauline is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Stanley, Alice, Joseph, John, Paul and Mabel Strycula, all at home.
Mrs. Anna Nancy Jane Abbey Stuck, 51 years old, died at 9:50 o’clock Tuesday night at her home at Ohiopyle. She is survived by her husband, Charles Stuck, and seven children: Helen R. and Anna Mae Abbey of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Goldie Phillips, Joseph Adolphus, Charles and Wayne Abbey, all of Ohiopyle. She also leaves two grandsons and these sisters: Mrs. Hattie Rafferty of Evans Manor, Mrs. Ewing Kennedy of Upper Middletown, Mrs. Oma Conway of Hopwood, Mrs. Elmer Wolfe of Ohiopyle and Mrs. Mae Richardson of Brownsville. The funeral service will be held at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in Middle Ridge Cemetery, near Ohiopyle, in charge of Funeral Director Milton V. Munk.
Betty Kubina Stuck, age 70, of Gates, Fayette County, Pennsylvania passed away on Sunday, April 24th, 2011 in LaFayette Manor, Uniontown, Pennsylvania with her loving Family by her side. She was born in Wickhaven, Pennsylvania on Friday, February 21, 1941 daughter of Joseph and Goldie (Morris) Kubina, both now deceased. Betty worked for Albert Gallatin Home Health Care for ten years. She was a member of Saint Mary, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Leckrone. Betty enjoyed playing bingo and her annual trips to the casinos. She will sadly missed by all who knew her! Left to cherish her memory are: her beloved husband of 53 years, Paul F. Stuck; children: Michael P. Stuck and his wife Deborah and Gary P. Stuck and his wife Adrienne all of Uniontown, Steven P. Stuck and Dianna Lou Forcier Stuck both of Gates; grandchildren: Shaunna M. Stuck, Gary P. Stuck Jr., Joshua A. Stuck, Zachary R. Stuck, Dakota S. Stuck, Julie Ann Forcier; great granddaughter, Anna Bella Stuck; sisters: Catherine Kubina Rattay of Monessen, Pennsylvania and Mary Lou Kubina Conrad of Powhaton, Virginia; her brother, Joseph D. Kubina of Fairchance, Pennsylvania; and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in the JOHN S. MAYKUTH JR. FUNERAL HOME, corner of Church and 7 River Avenue, Masontown, Pennsylvania today from 6 to 9 p.m., on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday, April 27, 2011 until 10 a.m. when the Funeral Service will be held in the Funeral Home Chapel. Mausoleum encryptment in LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill, Pennsylvania.
Darcus Anne STUCK died in 1863. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(11)
STUCK-September 20th, of Diptheria Darcus Anne, daughter of Daniel and Sarah Stuck, aged 15 years 2 months and 30 days.
We loved her yes, no tongue can tell
How much we loved her and how well.
God loved her, too, and He thought best
To take her home to be at rest;
The Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa. Nov. 5, 1863.
Vol. 3, No. 39, Pg. 2, Col. 7.
James B. Stuck, aged 79, familiarly known to his many friends as "Bucky", who spent most of his life in North Union township, died at 1:40 Friday afternoon, April 8, 1938, at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Daniel Schiffbauer, 27 Forbes street, Uniontown, after a lingering illness. His wife, Jennie Stuck, preceded him in death by eight years. In addition to Mrs. Schiffbauer, he leaves the following other children: George, of Greensburg; Mrs. Henry Cook, Allison, and John Stuck, of Uniontown. He also is survived by 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a niece, Mrs. Daisy Dianchi, of Pittsburgh. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Monday afternoon in the Schiffbauer home. Rev. Alden J. Allen, pastor of Calvary M. P. church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. D. E. Minerd, of Connellsville. Burial will be in Park Place cemetery.
James R. Stuck, aged 87 years, a native and life-long resident of Smithfield, died in his residence there Thursday afternoon, August 8, 1935, at 1:30 o’clock. His wife preceded him in death in May, 1931. There are no immediate relatives surviving. The body has been removed to the funeral parlors of A. D. Ferguson, 108 Morgantown street, where it may be viewed until 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. At that time it will be removed to the Smithfield Presbyterian church where Rev. C. D. A. Noon will conduct services at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Mt. Moriah Baptist cemetery, Smithfield.
Mrs. Jennie E. Stuck, wife of James Stuck, died at her home, 39 Forbes street, Wednesday afternoon, June 11, 1930, at 12:25 from a complication of diseases. She is survived by her husband and the following children: George W Stuck of Greensburg; Mrs. Henry Cook of Allison; Mrs. Daniel Schiffbauer and John D. Stuck, of Uniontown. Funeral services Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home with Rev. Frank Hollinshead and the Rev. D. E. Minerd officiating. Interment in Park cemetery.
Laura STUCK died in 1918. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Laura Stuck, 19 years old, daughter of Charles Stuck of Ohiopyle, died yesterday morning in the Braddock hospital, following a three-week illness of typhoid fever. The body arrived at Ohiopyle yesterday afternoon and was removed to the family residence where funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, with the interment in Sugar Grove cemetery. The deceased was one of the best known young women of Ohiopyle and was held in high esteem by all her friends. Her father, a stepmother, who is in a critical condition, one sister, Miss Ethel Stuck, one stepbrother and several stepsisters survive. A brother, Herbert Stuck, was killed in action during the big battle on the Marne and Miss Stuck had been failing in health since receiving word of his death.
(Connellsville courier Oct 5, 1918)
Clema “Bonnie” McNair Student, 77, of Rosedale, Pa., went to be with her Lord and her beloved Frank on Monday, April 3, 2000. She was born February 22, 1923, in Confluence, Pa., daughter of Lester H. McNair and Laura Smith McNair. Mrs. Student was a member of Ss. Cyril & Methodius Roman Catholic Church, Fairchance. Her beloved husband, Frank Student, died November 8, 1998. Also deceased are a brother, Charles Norman McNair, and her parents. Surviving are three children, James E Bryner of Millerstown, Pa., Frank Phillip Student and Paula L. and husband, John Hunyady, all of Uniontown, and three grandchildren: Craig Phillip Student, Abigail Dawn Student, and Amelia Diane Student. Friends will be received in the DONALD R. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Hopwood, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Thursday until 9:30 a.m. A Mass of Christian Burial follows at 10 a.m., in Ss. Cyril & Methodius Roman Catholic Church, Fairchance, with the Rev. Fr. David Nazimek as celebrant. Entombment will follow in Sylvan Heights Garden Mausoleum.
Information taken from the obituary published in the local newspaper.
Albert W. Stull
Age 79, of Pearl Street, Scottdale. A retired employee of the
Mennonite Publishing Co., for 21 years of service.
Born—– April 27, 1908, Johnstown, Pa.
Died—– August 31, 1987, in Connellsville
Buried– Pennsville Green Ridge Cemetery
Father– David Albert Stull
Mother– Mary C. Shelter Stull
Spouse– Lucille C. Beck Stull
Children– Nina Stull Buzzard, Lois Stull Krieger, Kathy Stull Smoker, Lowell Albert Stull, Duane Stull
Allen Ray Stull, age 57, of McClellandtown, Pa., passed away on Monday, April 25, 2005, in Mount Macrina Manor, Uniontown, Pa. He was born August 27, 1947, in Greensburg, Pa., son of Kenneth Stull and Mildred M. (Sharpnack) Stull. "Al" graduated from Albert Gallatin High School and served in the United States Army during the Vietnam Conflict. His parents and a brother, Kenneth Sharpnack, preceded him in death. He is survived by these Brothers: Richard Sharpnack and his wife, Wilma, of Masontown, Pa., and James Stull and his wife, Darlene, of McClellandtown, Pa.; a sister, Shirley Caffery of Uniontown, Pa.; a Sister-In-Law, Elaine of Mayfield Heights, Ohio; nine Nephews and Nieces; and nine Great Nephews and Great Nieces. An invitation is extended to all Family and Friends to attend a Memorial Service at the LAMBERTON UNION CHURCH on Wednesday, April 27, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Robert Patton will officiate. Interment will follow in Church Hill Cemetery, McClellandtown.
Anna C. Stull, 93, formerly of 20 Pearl St., Scottdale, died Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1996, in West View Nursing Home, Scottdale, East Huntingdon Township. Friends will be received in the FRANK KAPR FUNERAL HOME, INC., 417 W. Pittsburgh St., Scottdale, today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in the funeral home, with the Revs. Doug and Wanda Amstutz, pastors of the Scottdale Mennonite Church, officiating. Private interment will follow Saturday in Richland Cemetery, Richland Township, Cambria County.
Information taken from the obituary published in the local newspaper.
Anna M. Dushaw Stull
Age 94, of 1122 Oak St., Connellsville, died in Lafayette
Manor, Uniontown. A former clerk for the Union Supply Co. A
member of the United Presbyterian Church.
Born—– March 19, 1892, Uniontown
Died—– February 1, 1987, Uniontown
Buried– Pennsville Green Ridge Cemetery
Father– Adam J. DuShaw, Sr.
Mother– Wilhelmina Pagan DuShaw
Spouse– Harvey Stull
Information taken from the obituary published in the local newspaper.
Arlene Hostetler Stull
Age 75, of of Jones Mill, died in Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh.
Funeral by Clyde Brooks Funeral Home.
Born—– March 20, 1920, Jones Mill
Died—– March 28, 1996, Pittsburgh
Buried– Walnut Hill Cemetery, Donagel Township
Father– Lloyd E. Hostetler
Mother– Ruby E. Tinkey Hostetler
Spouse– Jack Stull
Children– Ruth Ann Stull Matthews, Shirley Stull Bowers
Obituary is typed as published. Dates within article are not consistent with publication date.
STULL— September 14th, 1862, BRADY STULL, aged 13 years, 5 months and 4 days; September 11th, 1862, JOHN M. STULL, aged 8 years, nine months and 5 days; September 19, 1862, TOBITHA J. STULL, aged 7 years, 11 months and 5 days; September 14, 1862, MARY M. STULL, aged 5 years, 8 months and 6 days; August 31, 1865, MAHALA STULL, aged 2 years, 5 months and 16 days. Children of Charles P. and Sarah Stull.
STULL, C B, age 83 years, husband of Minnie Stull and a lifelong resident of Bennington Road, Hopwood, died Tuesday morning, June 17, 1947 at 5:45 o’clock. In addition to his widow he is survived by one brother, David Stull of Hopwood, two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Stickle and Miss Nellie Stull, both of Shady Grove, Pa., one grandson, Albert Stull or Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Stull was a retired employee of the West Penn Power Co., retiring in July 1946. He was a member of the M.P. Church of Hopwood and the IOOF, Fort Necessity Lodge.
He was preceded in death by one son, Ross Stull, who died in 1936. Friends are being received at the late residence where services will be conducted Thursday, June 19, at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. J. D. Carraway of Christ’s Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be in the Hopwood Cemetery, under the direction of the Gleason Funeral Home, Uniontown.
STULL, CHARLES— died Jan. 14, 1889, at the residence of his parents in Stewart Township, Charles, son of Wm. and Rachel Stull, aged 13 years and 9 months. His remains were interred in Lucals graveyard on the 15th.
Edith P. Stull, 72, of Dunbar, R.D. 2, died Monday, May 15, 1995, at Fayette Health Care Center in Uniontown. She was born Feb 18, 1923, in Dunkard, PA, a daughter of the late Charles and Maude Hiles Camp. She was a homemaker and of the Protestant faith. Surviving are one son, Richard Stull of Osawatomie, Kansas; two daughters; Mrs. William (Marsha) Shoenberger of Connellsville and Noreen Stull of Dunbar; one brother, Edward Camp of Dunbar; two sisters, Edith Camp of Dunbar and Dorothy Miller of South Connellsville; four grandchildren, Jason and John Stull, Jodi Shoenberger and Michael Crayton; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, John Stull in 1983; two brothers, Clarence and Charles Camp; one sister, Wisteria Camp; two sons, John Edward and Daniel William Stull. Friends will be received at the Burhans-Crouse Funeral Home, 28 Connellsville Street, Dunbar. Interment in Franklin Cemetery, Dunbar.
Etta Pauline Sapp Stull, 85, of Smithfield, Pa., died Thursday, October 5, 2000, in Smithfield. She was born November 25, 1914, in Kingwood, West Virginia, daughter of William Sapp and Ellen Josephine Richards Sapp. Her husband, George Howard Stull Sr., and her parents preceded her in death. Surviving are her children: Madelyn Loretta Keenan, Uniontown, Pa., Maxine Louise Maynard, Newark, Ohio, Mary Ellen and her husband Louis Weeder, Blosser Hill, Point Marion, Pa., Shirley Ann Barone, Smithfield, George Howard Stull Jr. and his wife Gail, Cabbage Flats, Greensboro R.D., Pa., Ronald Blaine Stull and his wife Susan, Morgantown, West Virginia, and Carol LaVonne Lawson and her husband, Al Lawson, Smithfield; grandson, Stanley Alfred Keenan and wife Marcie, Lake Lynn, Pa., and 23 other grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; and sisters: Louise Carr, Lake Lynn, Pa., and Mary Mayle, Rochester, New York. The family will receive friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 WEST CHURCH STREET, FAIRCHANCE, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday, October 9, until 11 a.m., the hour of Service with Rev. Sherman Riggleman officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield, Pa.
Franklin A. Stull, age 61, of Blosser Hill, Point Marion, Fayette County, Pa., died Friday, February 27, 2009, at his home. Born on May 14, 1947, in Baltimore, Maryland, he was the son of Okie Dennis Stull, Sr., and Edith Miller Stull Summerfield. He had formerly been employed as a Laborer at Mount Olivet Cemetery, in Baltimore, Maryland.
He was predeceased by his parents, a son, Franklin, two brothers, Okie Stull, Jr., and Michael McDonald, and a sister, Lorraine.
Surviving are his wife, Rose Valenzia Stull; sons: Franklin A. Summerfield and Kenneth Summerfield, both of Georgia; and daughters: Donna Jean Summerfield, of Westover, West Virginia, Lorraine Rose, of Point Marion, Fayette County, Pa., Bonnie Jean Stull Catlett, of Lake Lynn, Fayette County, Pa.; nine grandchildren and two step grandchildren; one great-grandchild; his sister-in-law, Joyce Stull, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa.; his favorite cousin, Butch and JoAnn Jackson, of Smithfield, Fayette County, Pa.; and his best friends: Dave and Lena Marshall, and also John Guthrie.
Friends will be received in the RICHARD R. HEROD FUNERAL HOME, Point Marion, Pa., on Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Tuesday, March 3, until 11 a.m., the hour of Service, with Dr. Joey Hickok, officiating. Private interment will be in the Mount Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield, Pa.
Gail (Windisch) Stull of Greensboro, Pa., passed away. A private service was held on July 5, 2005, for Gail Marie Stull who went to be with her Lord on July 1, 2005. Gail was born Aug. 6, 1949, in Uniontown, Pa. Gail is survived by her beloved husband, George, whom she adored with all her heart. They celebrated their 10th anniversary on Feb. 14, 2005. Gail knew the true love of a gentleman. Gail is also survived by her daughter, Trish and her husband, Frank. Trish was so blessed to have the unconditional love of her mother and she knows she will still be guided by that special lover all the days of her life. Also surviving are grandchildren, Rachel, Jenn and Alex. Gail loved being a grandma and was lovingly known as "Grandma Gail". Also surviving are a sister-in-law, Mary Ellen and nieces, Marisa and Mia; and nephew, Michael, who held a very special place in Gail's heart. Gail's brother, Michael, passed away two years ago and that broke her heart. Also surviving are brothers, Geno and Charles. Gail was a fabulous writer and poet. Many of her friends were comforted by her wisdom and words. She will be missed by family and many friends. The world is a better place because Gail was here. To say to someone, "I love you" is to say to that person, "you must not die, you must live forever". She will live on in the hearts of family and friends. Gail is loved. The funeral was held at the DEAN WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, in Fairchance, Pa., with interment at Sylvan Heights Cemetery.
George STULL died in 1924. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(5)
George STULL, aged 69 years, a highly respected and widely known resident of North Union township, died at his home at Youngstown, Monday evening, June 23, 1924 at 7:15 oclock, following a six months illness of a complication of diseases. Deceased had served as a justice of the peace and a constable in the township for a number of years and at the time of taking ill was employed as a company policeman by the H. C. Frick Coke Company.
He is survived by his second wife, Lillian STULL and the following children: David, Mrs. Mary STULL and Miss Nellie STULL, all of Cove Run; Mrs. Ada BARNETT of Oho; C.B. STULL of Hopwood, and Miss Elizabeth STULL at home.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Herald Tues 6-24-1924
SOMERSET, May 12—The owner of a saw mill which, admittedly, hasn’t been inspected for the past 10 years, was faced with an involuntary manslaughter charge today, a few hours after the mill’s boiler exploded, killing one employee and injuring five others, four seriously. Denver Shultz of Connellsville, Fayette county, owner of the mill, had the manslaughter information filed against him by Somerset County District Attorney Archibald M. Matthews.
Matthews said the charge was based on “negligence” and added that Shultz admitted not having the mill inspected for the past decade.
Killed instantly in the explosion earlier today was Henry
Stull, 43, of Berlin, R. B. 5, who was thrown over 100 feet through the
air by the force of the blast. The injured, all confined to the
Somerset Community Hospital, are:
Willard Nicholson, 18, and Emerson Hoffman, 23, both of Berlin, R. D. 2; Lloyd Shultz, 43, and Ralph Johnson, 45, both of Somerset, R. D. 5, Harrison Hoffman, 54, father of one of the more seriously injured, was treated at the hospital and released.
The accident occurred when the men were firing the boilers of the mill, preparatory to beginning the day’s work. Somerset County Coroner P. C. Dosch said he could not immediately determine the exact cause of the explosion but added he planned to hold an inquest.
The funeral service for Henry W. Stull, victim of a boiler accident at Somerset, will be held at 10:30 Saturday morning at the Funeral Home of J. T. Burhans at Dunbar. The body was taken there after being removed from the C. B. Brooks Funeral Home at Indian Head. Burial will be in Franklin Cemetery.
Note from contributor:
Born–March 2, 1899
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SOMERSET, July 25—Recommendation that Denver Schultz of Connellsville be held for grand jury investigation as owner of a Somerset county sawmill at which one worker was killed and five others injured in an explosion, May 12, was made Friday night at an inquest conducted by Coroner P. C. Dosch in the courthouse. Members of the jury ruled that Henry Stull, 43, of Indian Head, Fayette county, met his death instantly in the blast due to the “negligent and careless manner in which the sawmill was operated.”
Five men injured in the explosion testified before the jury composed of James A. Casey, Richard C. Miller, E. J. Farling, Charles I Metzler, G. F. Gorman and H. W. Boyds. The men injured when the boiler exploded were Lloyd Schultz, brother of the mill owner, Emerson Hoffman, Berlin, R. D. 2; Willard Nicholson, Bakersville; Ralph Johnson, Berlin, R. D,. and Harrison Hoffman, father of Emerson.
A charge of manslaughter was lodged against Schultz by District A. M. Matthews after the explosion and the sawmill operator furnished bond of $2,000 fixed by the court. The report of the coroner’s jury stated.
“Henry Stull came to his death as a result of an explosion of a steam boiler, said boiler being part of the equipment of the sawmill owned by Denver Schultz. The explosion happened on May 12, 1943, and was due to negligence and careless manner in which said mill was operated. We therefore recommend that the owner of the said sawmill be held for grand jury investigation.”
Following the explosion Coroner Dorch had ordered the arrest of Schultz as the result of “gross negligence.” He said that Schultz admitted that the saw mill and equipment had not been inspected for the past 10 years. The opinion was expressed during the inquest that cause of the explosion probably was due to the low water in the boiler which was used to generate steam to operate the mill.
Schultz failed to register his mill with the Department of Labor and Industry and had carried no compensation on the employees, it was charged.
Stull was killed instantly while standing on the gangplank when the blast occurred. His badly mangled body was found about 100 feet from the scene of the explosion. The other workers were showered by particles of steel and hot water, when the blast ripped the boiler apart and were hospitalized until recently.
The owner of the mill has been operating saw mills in Somerset county for the past three years. The mill had been located on the old Harvey Wall farm.
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SOMERSET, Sept. 20—A Somerset county jury Saturday acquitted Denver Schultz of Connellsville, a saw mill operator, of an involuntary manslaughter charge placed against him after a boiler at his mill blew up on May 12, killing one man and injuring six others. The jury returned its verdict after a deliberation of two hours. Schultz, 55, was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and the hospital bills of the injured.
The trial was marked by testimony of boiler experts. Alfred McCarthy, State boiler inspector, said the boiler at the mill, five miles from here, had not been registered with the State and had not been inspected. William Hower, a boiler maker, testified that the explosion was due to abnormal pressure.
Henry Stull of Dunbar was killed in the explosion.
Schultz took the stand to testify that he had purchased the boiler from his brother-in-law, Samuel Clark, of Fayette county in 1936 and he did not know boilers had to be inspected and had never done so. He professed to knowing nothing of boilers, saying his brother, Lloyd, who almost lost his life in the blast had complete charge of it while he only paid the bills for supplies and necessary repairs. Lloyd Schultz, walking feebly and with apparent effort due to the fractured pelvis and internal injuries he received, testified that on the morning of the explosion the water guage bobbed up and down in a rapid manner which it had not done previously.
William Doppelheuer of Connellsville, boiler maker and master mechanic, said the blast was not due to the thinness of the metal around the under seam but due to abnormal pressure which caused it to explode from the inside.
Ida Alma Stull, 76, of Farmington, Pa., formerly of Mill Run, R.D. #1, Pa., and Arlington, Va., died Tuesday, July 18, 1995, in the Bouras Personal Care Home. She was born Jan. 29, 1919, at Bear Run, Pa., a daughter of the late Jacob F. and Etta Hawk Stull. Ms. Stull was a graduate of Ohiopyle High School, Class of 1938. She was employed as a waitress and a hostess in the Washington D.C. area for many years, and was a member of the Hickman Chapel Church near Mill Run, Pa. Surviving are a brother, Noble Stull, of Frederick, Md.; a sister, Alverta Ream, of Mill Run, Pa.; and the following nieces and nephews, Thomas Stull, of Jones Mill, Pa., Kay Miller, of Connellsville, Pa., Wayne, Ronald, Noble, Jr., and Richard Stull, all of the state of Maryland, Leslee, Missy, James and Michael Stull, all of the State of Virginia and Robbie Stull and Joan Cleaver of Farmington, Pa. In addition to her parents she was predeceased by two brothers, Arnold and Lee Stull; and a sister, Verna Mowry. Friends will be received today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., in the CLYDE BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, INC., Route 711, Melcroft, Pa., where services will be held Friday at 11 a.m., with the Rev. Vincent Cable of the Wharton Furnace Church officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Indian Creek Baptist Cemetery, Mill Run, Pa. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to a favorite charity in memory of Ms. Stull.
Jefferson Stull, 85 years old, Civil War veteran, died Monday night at his home above the Dunbar Furnace following a stroke of paralysis. He is survived by his wife, 10 children and two brothers, John and Liston, who reside in the mountains above Dunbar. Mr. Stull served three years in the Army, a member of Company C, Third Regiment, Maryland Infantry. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family home with Rev. D. E. Minerd of Greenwood, officiating. The interment will be made in Franklin Cemetery.
John Stull, 35, veteran of World War II, died at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday evening, at his home at Furnace Hill, Dunbar, after an illness lasting from his termination in the armed forces. He served two years and six months in the Canal zone and was formerly employed at New Castle Lime and Stone Company quarry at Dunbar prior to his war service. He was a member of the quarry union. Mr. Stull was born in Dunbar township and lived there virtually of his life. Surviving are one half-sister, Myrtle Stull, of Dunbar, and one half-brother, Jacob Gumberson, address unknown. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Burhans funeral home in Dunbar with Rev. W. S. Hamilton, pastor of Franklin Memorial Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Franklin Cemetery with Hughes Post No. 146, American Legion, conducting military rites at the grave.
Death notice taken from the Obit Index of the Pennsylvania Room of the Uniontown Public Library.
White, male, infant
Born—– September 4, 1897, Stewart Township
Died—– September 5, 1897, Stewart Township
Cause of death– Croup, sick 1 day
Buried– Local Cemetery
Father– Calvin Stull
Mother– Lucretia Stull
John Edward Stull, four-month-old son and only child of Mr. and Mrs. John Stull of Dunbar, died about 7:30 o’clock Tuesday night at the home of his parents.
John W. Stull, about 76 years old, died at about 1 o'clock this morning at his home near Greenbriar, Dunbar township, back of Dunbar, after a lingering illness. He is survived by two children, John W. Stull, Jr., and Myrtle, both of Dunbar. The body will remain at the James T. Burhans funeral chapel until Friday when it will be taken to home where the funeral service will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon with Rev. William S. Hamilton officiating. Interment will be in Roebuck Cemetery.
Mrs. Margaret F. Stull, 51, of Jones Mills, died at 4 a.m. today in Connellsville State General Hospital where she had been a patient since Jan. 28. She was born May 6, 1911, at Jones Mills, a daughter of John M. Kalp and the late Mrs. Mary J. Shafer Kalp and lived there all her life. She was a member of the Jones Mills Methodist Church and its Sunday school where she had 13 years perfect attendance. She also was a Sunday school teacher, choir director and pianist and a member of the W.S.C.S. Surviving in addition to her father are her husband, Arnold Stull; two sons. John W. Fretts of Somerset and Thomas Arnold at home; a daughter, Mrs. Wiley (Lois K.) Miller of Jones Mills; four grandchildren; a brother Earl Kalp, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles (Helen) Rimel and Mrs. Russell (Mildred) Rimel, all of Jones Mills. She was preceded in death by her mother Sept. 26, 1962. The body will be at the home at Jones Mills after 7 p.m. today where a prayer service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday followed by additional rites at 2 p.m. in the Jones Mills Methodist Church with the Rev. William Lytle officiating. Interment will be in the Mr. Calvary Cemetery.
Mildred M. "Pat" Stull, 77, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2007, in the Laurel Ridge Care Center, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. She was born September 12, 1929, in Connellsville, a daughter of the late William E. and Mildred Gladys Swink Giles. Pat was a life long resident of Connellsville. Prior to her retirement she worked as Lead Cook for the former Connellsville State General Hospital and late Highlands Hospital. She was a member of the Faith Bible Church, in Connellsville. Pat enjoyed playing cards. She played in various card clubs in the area and especially enjoyed playing in her weekly Ladies Card club which she had played in for 52 years. Pat also belonged to the Silver Sneakers at the Laurel Highlands YMCA. Pat will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by her loving daughters, Sandra Neufeld, of Hawaiian Gardens, Ca., Debra Cauffiel and her husband, David, of Greensburg, Westmoreland County, Pa., and Suzanne (Kinzey) Buzzelli and her husband, Robert, of Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland County, Pa.; her grandchildren, Garry Kinzey, Jr., Lindsay, Lauren, and Corey Cauffiel, Nicholas and Alysia Lane, Angela Oplinger, and Lisa and Aaron Buzzelli; her great grandchildren, Braedan Buzzelli and Makayla Oplinger; and her sister, Connie Harr, of Connellsville. In addition to her parents, Pat was predeceased by her husband, Wallace Eugene "Gene" Stull, in 1999, a daughter Candice Marie Stull, three grandchildren, a sister, Gloria Wilfong, and two brothers, Robert and Paul Giles. Family and friends will be received in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 111 East Green Street, Connellsville, today from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m., where a Funeral Service will be held on Friday at 11:00 a.m., with the Rev. Barry Witt, officiating. A Committal Service and Interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville, Fayette County, Pa.
Mrs. Minnie H Stull, 74, widely known and respected resident of Hopwood, died at 9:15 a.m., Friday, April 16, 1948, in her home, on Bennington Road. Mrs. Stull was a member of Hopwood Methodist Church, Women’s Society of Christian Service and teacher of the Anti-Can’t Sunday School class. She also was a member of the D.A.R.
Surviving are one grandson, Albert M Stull, Hopwood; one great-granddaughter, Cynthia Lee Stull, Hopwood; two sisters, Mrs. Lydia Cramer, Brownsville and Mrs. Etta Cramer, Uniontown. Her husband, Cambridge B Stull, preceded her in death June 17, 1947, and one son, Ross Stull in 1936. Burial will be in Hopwood Cemetery.
Okie Dennis Stull Jr., 55, of New Geneva, Pa., died Sunday, April 15, 2001, at home. He was born Sept. 30, 1945, in Baltimore, son of Edith Catherine Miller Summerfield, of Point Marion, Pa., and the late Okie Stull Sr. He was a member of the Crusade for Jesus Apostolic Church near Point Marion. He was a painter for auto body repair shops. He is also survived by his wife, Joyce Barber Stull; three children, Okie D. Stull III, of Uniontown, Pa., Catherine Lynann Stull, of Masontown, Pa., and Michael Kampe, of Pittsburgh; five grandchildren; three brothers, Frank Stull, of Point Marion, Frank Summerfield and Kenny Summerfield, both of Georgia; three sisters, Lorraine Summerfield, of Grafton, Donna Summerfield, of Hildebrand, and Bobbie Jean Summerfield, of Point Marion; and several nieces and nephews, including Derrick, Brandy and Tommi Barber, who live at his home. He was also preceded in death by a brother, Michael McDonald; and a sister, Lorraine Marie Stull. Friends may call at Richard R. Herod Funeral Home, Point Marion, Pa., from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday and from 10 a.m. Thursday, April 19, until the 11 a.m. service at the Crusade for Jesus Apostolic Church, U.S. 119 North, Point Marion, with the Rev. LeRoy Edgell officiating. Burial will follow in Mount Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield, Pa.
Mrs. Sarah Catherine Stull, 86, of Railroad St., Dunbar, died at 7:45 p.m., Monday in her home. She was born Oct. 15, 1882, in Dunbar, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes. Surviving are four sons, John of Dunbar and Clyde, Samuel J. and Harry in the western United States; five daughters, Mrs. Susie Murphy of Connellsville, Mrs. Bessie Thorpe of Shady Grove, Mrs. Hazel Murphy and Mrs. Peirehelen Beal of Dunbar, R. D. 2, and Mrs. Lulu Stimmel of Dawson; 40 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.
STULL— Friends of Mrs. Sarah Catherine Stull of Railroad St., Dunbar, who died Monday, March 18, 1968, may call from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily at the Burhans Funeral Home, Dunbar, where the funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, with the Rev. Ray Snair, officiating. Interment in Franklin Cemetery, Dunbar.
William Stull, 2-month-old son of Howard and Etta Stull, New Geneva, died Thursday afternoon, July 22, 1937, at 1:45 in the Uniontown hospital. Surviving in addition to the parents, are two sisters, Madeline and Maxine. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with burial in the Lutheran cemetery, Morris Cross roads.
Death notice taken from the Obit Index of the Pennsylvania Room of the Uniontown Public Library.
White, male, 69 years old, married, farmer
Born—– 1830, Stewart Township
Died—– June 14, 1899, Stewart Township
Cause of death– Paralysis, sick 1 year
The funeral service for George McClelland Stump of Dickerson Run, who died Wednesday evening, will be held at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon at the Charles A. McCormick funeral home in South Pittsburg street with Rev. Walter T. Merrick, pastor of the Christian Church of Vanderbilt, officiating. Interment will be made in Dickerson Run Union Cemetery.
Willie H. STURGEON died in 1864. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(73)
STURGEON - On Monday evening, Aug 15th Willie H, youngest child of Dr. Wm. H. and Emily V. Sturgeon, aged 1 year and 20 days.
Dearest Willie, thou hast left us,
And thy lose we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that has bereft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
The Genius of Liberty, Uniontown, Pa. Aug. 18, 1864.
In Baltimore, May 23, 1862, Mr. David Ross Sturgis, of Dunkard,
Greene Co., Pa., aged 32 years, 9 months and 25 days. He was one of
fifteen of the same family connection, whose patriotism drew them,
in this hour of their country's trial, from their loved homes to the
hardships and dangers of the camp and the battle field, to suffer,
and if need be, to die in support of the Constitution, law and
order. He was a private in Company G, of the 85th Regiment of
Penn's. Volunteers, and was in the service about 9 months, and
parted from the army at Yorktown on account of a decline of health.
Mr. S. was a gentleman of a fine personal appearance, of respectable
talents, good social qualities, and decidedly Christian deportment,
having been an esteemed member of the Baptist Church ten or twelve
years. Mr. Sturgis left a companion and three children, parents,
brothers and sisters, and an extensive circle of relatives and
friends, by whom his loss will be deeply lamented. But his friends
will not mourn as those without hope.
“What they now deplore, Shall rise in full, immortal prime; And bloom to fade no more.” Com.
Ernest G. STURGIS died in 1934. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Ernest G. Sturgis, 60, funeral director of East Liverpool, O., and well known in this section of the county where he has many relatives, died at his home in Minerva street, December 26, 1934, at 12:45 p.m. He had been in ill health for several weeks.
Deceased was born in Moundsville, Mo., September 27, 1874, a son of Dr. S. D. and Harriet E. Sturgis. He spent his boyhood days in Fayette county and attended Duff's college, Pittsburgh, later graduating from the College of Embalming of Pennsylvania. He located in East Liverpool in 1905 where he conducted his establishment in Dresden avenue for many years. He was a member of East Liverpool Lodge 681, F. and A. masons, Al Koren Shrine of Cleveland, and a member of the First Presbyterian church.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Alice Sturgis, one son Ernest E., and a daughter, Helen, of East Liverpool.
Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 in the Sturgis Funeral home, East Liverpool. A number of Fayette county relatives ???
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Simple but impressive was the service conducted yesterday afternoon at the funeral of Harold G. Sturgis, at his home, 313 Morgantown street, after which one of Uniontown's most prominent and most sincere workers for community betterment was laid to rest in the family plot in Oak Grove Cemetery. The Rev. Frank Hollinshead, pastor of the Great Bethel Baptist church, to which Mr. Sturgis belonged and in which he was such an active worker, was in charge of the funeral, assisted by Rev. Dr. J. S. Bromley, former pastor. Because of their long and intimate association with Mr. Strugis, both Rev. Hollinshead and Dr. Bromley in short talks spoke of the great service he had rendered his church and community. Dr. Bromley spoke of the immortality of the soul and the fact that death through life leads to eternity. "Abide With Me," "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," and “Crossing the Bar" were the hymns sun by the Bethel church quartet, composed of Mrs. J. Wayne Martin, Miss Dorothy Dilgarde, Curtis McBurney and Clarence Barclay, with Miss Garnet Jefferies at the piano. Attending the services in a body were Class Ten, of the Great Bethel Baptist Sunday school and the Rotary club. Mr. Sturgis was teacher of Class Ten and charter member and second president of the Rotary Club and its representative to the international convention in Edinburg, Scotland, in 1921. The active pallbearers were members of Class Ten, Lindsey Bierer, Isaac Bryte, Russell Umbel, Howard Ankeny, C. C. Catrow, Evans Crow, Charles A. Ellis and Russell S. Isiminger. Four members of the Rotary Club, H. Eastman Hackney, Ottis P. Powell, E. R. Miller and Howard H. King, and four associates in the Fayette Publishing company, W. P. Harader, J. Fred Shean, Ira W. Coldren and E. W. Kennedy, were the honorary pallbearers. The commitment ritual at the grave was read by Rev. Hollinshead, with a brayer by Dr. Bromley.
Judge Henry J. Sturgis, one of the most prominent members of the Oklahoma bar and a brother of the late Attorney W. J. Sturgis of Uniontown, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George D. Wassam at Enid, Oklahoma, on January 3rd, according to word reaching Uniontown Friday. Mr. Sturgis arose two weeks ago after a month’s illness and resumed work at this office only to receive a setback. He was 71 years old.
Born in Fayette county, and a resident here during his boyhood days, Mr. Sturgis migrated westward after graduating from the University of West Virginia Law School. He settled first in Kansas City, moved from there to Great Bend, where he married and then four years later with the opening by the government of the famous Cherokee strip, he made the “run” with thousands of others into Oklahoma.
There he became prominent in legal and political circles for the remainder of his life. He was active in Republican circles just as head his family been in Fayette county.
The Enid Daily Eagle, reporting his death, says:
“Judge Sturgis held but one public office. He was county attorney in 1901 and 1902, winning the reputation by being one of the most vigorous prosecutors this county ever had. He was a candidate for district judge and was once nominated by his party for justice of the supreme court but was not elected either time. More than four years ago he was selected by his party as a delegate to the National Republican convention which nominated Herbert Hoover for the presidency.”
Continuing a most interesting recital of Judge Sturgis' career, the Eagle
“News of his death brought expressions of sorrow and grief from all members of the bar in Enid. ‘He was a loyal friend and once your friend always your friend,’ one prominent member said. At the opening he was on the south line and rode a freight train into the Strip. When the train did not stop at Enid, the Rock Island at that time recognizing North Enid, he jumped off with a number of other noted pioneers and staked a town lot on East Main street. Taking an active part in legal work, Mr. Sturgis was personally acquainted with most of the older members of the Oklahoma state bar throughout the state. He was a life member of the Enid Elks lodge and had held most of the chairs and had been a member of the board of that lodge for years. Judge Sturgis, John F. Curran and Judge J. B. Cullison of the state supreme court all came to Enid the day of the opening and began the practice of law. Justice Cullison has been on the bench for years and Judge Curran has been out of active practice for the last few years. Possessing a deep knowledge of the law, a keen sense of humor and valuing friendship above all other possessions, Judge Sturgis was personally known and loved by all who knew him.
“Although Judge Sturgis was reluctant to talk much about his early day experiences, he was perhaps one of the best informed men on the early day happenings of Enid in the city. Judge Sturgis helped draw up the first provision government for Enid, which he always referred to when talking to friends as the 'Kangaroo city government.' Up until over a few years ago when his health began to fall, Judge Sturgis took as active a part in the building and development of this section of Oklahoma as any man in the legal professional. His name was linked with innumerable important law suits, both civil and criminal, that have gone down in the records as important landmarks in the history of the Cherokee Strip. Fellow attorneys both loved and respected Judge Sturgis. They knew when they met him in legal battle across counsel table they encountered a worthy foe, but one who battled fairly and honestly.”
At his residence in Hamilton county, Ohio, on the 23d ultimo, of Congestive Fever, Mr. ISAAC STURGIS, in the 73d year of his age. Mr. Sturgis was a native and formerly a citizen of this county. He emigrated to Ohio many years since, where he amassed considerable property, and was esteemed by all who knew him as an honest, courteous, Christian gentleman. His end was peace. J.
Lydia Frances STURGIS died in 1931. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Mrs. Lydia Frances Sturgis, widow of James Estep Sturgis, died Wednesday evening at 10:25 at her home in West Point Marion from a complication of diseases. She was 89 years of age. Mr. Sturgis died in 1918.
Deceased was a daughter of Ambrose and Elizabeth Dillinger. Three children, Leonard Ross Sturgis of Pittsburgh and Mrs. Carrie hall and Mrs. Elizabeth Creel of West Point Marion, survive together with a brother, W. L. Dillinger and four grandchildren.
Mrs. Sturgis was a lifelong member of the Methodist church. Funeral services will be held at her home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. J. E. Billings officiating. Burial will be in Wolf cemetery.
(Standard - July 3, 1931)
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STURGIS— Of Consumption on the 24th of March, in Uniontown, Pa., Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, wife of Mr. James Sturgis, aged 27 years, 3 mos. and 11 days. Mrs. Sturgis joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church on the 7th day of February last, and was peculiarly favored with rich manifestations of Divine love and favor. Her faith was very strong— her heart and soul trust in the Savior seemed complete. She not only rested in hope, but rejoiced in prospect of an “eternal weight of glory”—and a joyous immortality. She exhorted her friends in the way to heaven and sung even in her dying hour these two precious hymns—“I would not live always,” and “What’s this that steals, that steals upon my frame?” She died in the triumphs of Faith. May God take care of the three dear little children—Console, Bless and Comfort the mourning husband, widowed mother, and the many true friends of the deceased. B.
UNIONTOWN, Pa., May 16th,— Funeral services over the remains of the late Orin J. Sturgis, editor of the News-Standard, were held this morning at 10:30 o’clock in the Great Bethel Baptist church. Rev. J. S. Bromley, pastor of the church assisted by Rev. W. M. Ryan, of Smithfield, officiating. The church was crowded to the doors with relatives and friends of the deceased. The services were opened by the reading of the 23rd Psalms, followed by the favorite bible selection of the deceased, the first chapter of Joshua, seventh verse. The pastor then read his favorite Psalm, No. 103. The test of the sermon was Revelations, 14:14. Rev. Bromley delivered a very touching sermon, recalling to mind the deceased’s character and summed his whole life up in the one word, “Loyalty.” He said that he had been loyal to his church, to his family and his friends, and in this loyalty a noble character was displayed. He then spoke of his purity of life, his unimpeachable veracity and integrity and that he was a true Christian gentleman known by his friends as a gentleman of his word and honor. After the address “Lead, Kindly Light,” and “Peace, O Perfect Peace” were sung. The pastor’s favorite passage, “We know that all things happen according to god’s will,” was then read. The active pallbearers were Judge Edmund H. Reppert, Judge Nathaniel Ewing, Josiah V. Thompson, T. S. Gorley, E. H. Abraham and Attorney W. J. Sturgis. The honorary pallbearers were Attorney D. M. Hertzog, J. S. Douglas, M. P. Cooper, J. V. E. Ellis, George Sloan, David G. Evans, D. P. Gibson, Judge John Quincy Van Swearingen, and George W. Simmons. Samuel H. Hatfield, a deacon and bosom friend of the deceased, was not able to attend, as he is seriously ill. Interment was private in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Phineas STURGIS died in 1843. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(38)
Mr. Phineas Sturgis left this world of suffering, January 16th, 1843, a ged 66 years. For 45 years he was a member of the Baptist Church, and f or 40 years held the office of Elder in that church. He was born in Che ster County, Pa. and has been a citizen of Fayette County, Pa. for 55 y ears. He endured his last affliction with christian patience, and, as t he hour of his departure drew near, his prospects for heaven brightened . Sustained by the strong arm of Omnipotence, he met and conquered "man 's last enemy," passed "through the valley of the shadow of death" in c hristian triumph, and has gone to that land where "the weary are at res t."
The Genius of Liberty.
Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa.
Thursday, Jan. 19, 1843. Vol. 3, No. 41., Pg. 3, Col. 4.
Lois E. Sturtz, 49, of Scottdale, died Tuesday morning, Feb. 6, 1996, at her home. Family and friends will be received at the ROBERT B. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Additional viewing will be held Friday at the Christ United Methodist Church, 203 Market St., Scottdale, from 10 to 11 a.m., the hour of funeral service with her pastor, the Rev. Scott R. McCormick, officiating. Graveside committal services and interment will follow in Scottdale Cemetery. The family suggests memorials…[rest of article missing]
The funeral service for Hiram L. Stutler of Dunbar, who died in Connellsville State Hospital Friday morning will be held in the Franklin Memorial Methodist Church at Dunbar with Rev. W. A. Linaberger, Jr., pastor, officiating at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Internment will be in Mt Auburn Cemetery. He was a forty year veteran with the West Penn Power Company, having been employed as an assistant foreman in the carpentry shop at the time of his death. Deceased was a member of Local No. 1105, Association of Streetcar, Railway and Motor coach Employees of America. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ruby Stutler; nine children, H.L., Jr. of Kent, Ohio; W.E. and E.E. of California, Mrs. Clark Pierce of Nocona, Tex. George W. McNelis and Mrs. George Watson of Dunbar and Arthur and Roxie at home; 14 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Hiram L. Stutler rounded out 40 years of continuous duty with West Penn Railways Company today and received recognition from fellow workers on his employment record. He also joined the 40-year class of the West Penn Veterans’ Association. Starting his career with the railways company on March 30, 1910, Mr. Stutler was first employed as a carpenter at the Connellsville car barn. From 1918 until 1932 he had additional title of assistant foreman, but served continuously as carpenter until January 1946 when he was promoted to carpenter shop sub foreman, the position he holds at the present time. MR. and Mrs. Stutler and children reside at Dunbar. Mr. Stutler’s hobbies include hunting both large and small game, and his wood-working shop at home. He specializes in repairing and making new gun stocks.
STYLE, SUSAN— Age 3 years, died in Baltimore Friday afternoon, April 10, 1959. She is survived by her parents, Edward L. and Elizabeth Dunay Style of Baltimore, a sister, Elizabeth, her maternal grandfather and grandmother. Friends are being received in the Haky Funeral Home, 139 W. Fayette St. after 3 o’clock Sunday. Funeral arrangements will be announced.
STYLE, SUSAN— Friends are being received in the Haky Funeral Home, 139 W. Fayette St., until Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. An Angel Mass will be sung at 9 a.m. in St. Mary’s Church with the Rev. Fr. John Blazic as celebrant. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
Anna Mae Suba
Anna Mae Suba, age 82, of Lowhill, Pa., formerly of Republic, Pa., died Wednesday, August 15, 2012 in Rolling Meadows Care, Waynesburg, Pa. She was born May 25, 1930 in Republic, Pa., a daughter of the late Charles and Anna Suba. Anna Mae was a 1948 graduate of Redstone High School. She worked for many local businesses as a clerk and bookkeeper. She was also a family caregiver. Anna Mae was a member of St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church, St. Oliver Plunkett Parish, Fredericktown, Pa. Her family was extremely important to her and she prayed the Rosary faithfully. She enjoyed cooking and baking. Surviving are one sister, Nellie M. Stotka of Lowhill, Pa. and several nieces and nephews. Deceased in addition to her parents are six brothers: Andrew Suba, who was killed in action in WWII, John Suba, Charles Suba, Stanley “Stush” Suba, Joseph Suba and Edward “Eddico” Suba and one sister, Frances Bourdess. Friends will be received Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in the GREENLEE FUNERAL HOME, 42 Bank Street at Crawford Road, Fredericktown PA where a prayer service will be held at a time to be announced, Monday, August 20, 2012 followed by a Mass of Christian Burial with Rev. Paul Grunebach as celebrant. Online guestbook and … [rest of article missing.]
Three deaths occurred in the Uniontown Hospital Saturday. Martin Hope of Smithfield succumbed at 12:20 o’clock, Fadastine Denarchi of Masontown at 3:30 o’clock and Mrs. Katy Subar of Mount Braddock at 4:45 o’clock.
Michael Sucevic, 96, of Irwin, Pa., died Sunday, April 27, 1997, in Baldock Health Care Center, Irwin. He is survived by a son, Paul T. Sucevic and wife, Carol, of Hopwood, Pa.; a daughter of Irwin; grandsons: Michele Hajduk of Brownsville, Paul E. Sucevic of Uniontown, and David Sucevic of Scottdale; and three great-grandchildren. Friends will be received in the Teichart-Gracon funeral Home Inc., corner of Kennedy and Wilmot streets, Duquesne, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday, April 30, until 9:30 a.m.
Peter Suchar, aged 21 years, 10 months and 19 days, of New Wynn, died in the Uniontown Hospital Wednesday morning, June 5, at 2:30 o’clock of complications. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Suchar of New Wynn; three brothers, Steve of Detroit, Mich., and George and Mike Suchar at home and four sisters, Anna, Catherine and Pauline all at home and Mrs. Mary Olesh of Puritan. Brief services will be held in the home Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock followed by additional services in St. John’s Greek Catholic church, this city, at 2:30 o’clock. Burial will be in the church cemetery at Hopwood.
Michael Sucich, 44, died at 4:45 Tuesday morning, April 20, 1937, at his home in Gates following an illness of complications. Surviving are his widow, Josephine, and the following children and step-children: Ann and Mary McCann, New York; John, Katherine and Frank, Effie Sucich, Anthony and Mary, at home. Requiem mass will be held in St. Mary’s R. C. church, Leckrone, at 9 o’clock Thursday morning, Rev. Fr. Kondria officiating. Burial in the church cemetery.
Samuel Suderlock, 50 years old, of Normalville, R. D., near Rogers Mill, died Saturday morning in Connellsville State Hospital. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mary Suderlock, and three daughters, Mildred of Cleveland, Ohio, Mary of Youngstown, Ohio, and Mrs. Susan Grimm of Normalville, R. D. Mr. Suderlock was born February 12, 1890, in Czechoslovakia and came to this country in 1913. He was a coal miner for years and, about 18 years ago purchased the farm in Springfield township where he had resided. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon. There will be a brief service at the home at 12:30 o’clock with full rites at the Normalville United Brethren Church at 1:30 o’clock. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. Rev. F. A. Handley, pastor of the Indian Head Church of God, will officiate.
Jack A. Suich
Jack A. Suich, age 69, of Uniontown, Pa., died suddenly on Saturday, September 15, 2012 at home. He was born on January 12, 1943 in Uniontown, Pa., son of Albert and Pauline Suich. Jack was affectionately known as “Chubby” by his family and close friends. He was an avid Classic Car fan and enjoyed gardening and working in his yard. He retired from the Pennsylvania State Highway Department where he had been an Inspector. His parents, sisters, Betty, Shirley and Mary Louise, and a brother, Robert, preceded him in death. Left to cherish his memory are his wife of 46 years, Judith A. (Hillen) Suich; two children: Michael A. Suich and wife Diane and Jennifer A. Suich and loving companion Jack Shaffer Jr. all of Uniontown, Pa.; grandchildren Jessica, Jake, and Ellie Suich; a brother, Bill Suich and wife Angela of Girard, Ohio; two sisters: Judy DiDominico and husband Hank of Seminole, Florida and Dolores Coyne of Largo, Florida; many dear nieces and nephews; special caregiver, Kyna Leapline of Dunbar, Pa. He also leaves behind his beloved pets, Molly and Stanley. Friends will be received at the STEPHEN R. HAKY FUNERAL HOME INC., 603 North Gallatin Avenue Extension, Uniontown, Pa., on Tuesday, September 18, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the hour of the Service to be held in the funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be private. Your personal written tributes and memories are welcomed and encouraged at www.hakyfuneralhome.com
George SULIPECK died in 1937. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Stricken by an heart attack while at work on the yards at Bessemer Friday morning, May 28, 1937, George Sulipeck, 56, of Masontown, died at 2:30 o'clock before medical aid could be summoned. He was widely known in the Masontown district.
His wife, Lucy Sulipeck, preceded him in death.
Surviving are the following children: Mrs. William Galobieski and Mrs. F. J. Grada, both residents of San Diego, Cal.; Andrew, Millie, Helen, Thomas and John Sulipeck, all at home, and Mrs. Mary Bartoroni, of Masontown. Funeral services will be conducted at 8 o'clock Monday morning in All Saints R. C. church, Masontown, in charge of Rev. Fr. Francis Kolb. Burial will be in St. Agnes cemetery, Leckrone.
Frances E. Hresko Sullenberger, 65, of Youngwood, died Wednesday in the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. Surviving are her husband, Ralph E. Sullenberger; three sons, Richard of Greensburg, George C. of Mount Pleasant and Ed Sullenberger of Youngwood; one daughter, Susan Kozar of Greensburg; five grandchildren; one brother, Andrew Hresko of Mount Pleasant; four sisters, Josephine D’Amico of Tarrs, Katherine Gach of Greensburg, Dolly Cramer of Connellsville and Dorothy Kindra of Mechanicsburg. Friends will be received in the Luther J. Grimm Funeral Home, Mount Pleasant from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and until 11 a.m. Saturday.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– May 17, 1928
Died—– January, 1994
Mrs. Grace Sullenberger, 59, of Wick Haven, died at 5:45 o'clock this morning at Frick Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for more than a week. The body has been removed to the undertaking establishment of Ira Blair & Sons, at Perryopolis.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA, January 23, 1947
Grace Whipkey SULLENBERGER ( -1947)
The funeral service for Mrs. Grace Sullenberger, 59, of Wick Haven, who died Thursday morning in the Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Upton, at Dawson, with Rev. Jefferson King officiating. Burial will be made in Cochran Cemetery under direction of Ira Blair & Sons of Perryopolis.
Mrs. Sullenberger is survived by her mother, Mrs. Cora Sullenberger of Dawson; four daughters, Mrs. Warren Boone and Mrs. Fred Raupach of Wick Haven, Mrs. Charles Rimmell and Mrs. Upton of Dawson; two sons, Arthur of Poland (Greene county), and Raymond of Dawson; two brothers, Roy and Milo Sullenberger of Poland; five sisters, Mrs. Roy Christner and Miss Samantha Sullenberger of Dawson, Mrs.Minnie Gable and Mrs. Charles Boone of Adelaide and Mrs. William Rinehart of Brownsville; 31 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA, January 24, 1947
Contributed by Jamie Danker <jdanker at joimail.com>
John L Sullenberger, 63 years old, died at 12:15 o'clock this morning at his home at Dawson following a lingering illness. He formerly was a miner. He was born at Bridgeport, near Mount Pleasant, on March 3, 1869. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cora B Sullenberger, and the following children: Leroy and Milo, Poland, Greene county; Arthur and Mrs. Nettie Rinehart, Millsboro; Mrs. Leona Boone, Star Junction; Mrs. Edna Goshin, Dunn Station; Mrs. Margaret Christner, near Dawson; Mrs. Minnie Gable, Adelaide; Mrs. Catherine Raupach, Broad Ford; Samantha, Ruby and Raymond, at home. A brother, David Sullenberger, lives at Greensburg and another one, Samuel, South Hempfield township, and a sister, Mrs. William Wingrove, of Perryopolis, also survive.
The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home with interment in Cochran Cemetery at Dawson in charge of Funeral Directors Ira Blair & Son.
The Daily Courier, Connellsville, PA, May 27, 1932
Contributed by Jamie Danker <jdanker at joimail.com>
DUNBAR, JULY 8— The funeral of the late Amos Sullivan was held of Thursday morning at 10 a.m. from the late home at Mahoning. Services were conducted by Rev. David E. Minerd and assisted by Rev. C. C. Miller of the Presbyterian. The funeral was largely attended by friends and relatives. Interment made in Old Franklin Cemetery.
Notes from contributor:
Veteran of Civil War
Anna Clister SULLIVAN died in 1927. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(42)
Mrs Anna Clister Sullivan aged 86 years died on Saturday morning February 12 at the home of her son,Albert Sullivan in Steubenville Ohio. She was ill for four weeks and confined to her bed. Her health had been failing for a long time.
Mrs Sullivan was born near Markleysburg ,Fayette County in February 1841.She was the daughter of Peter and Ellen Bird Clister, pioneers of that section of Pennsylvania. She married James Sullivan as his second wife,December 30,1861. He died October 29,1898.
To Mr and Mrs Sullivan were born eleven children,of whom one died in infancy and ten survived. The surviving children are; Calvin P.: Richard L.: and James B Sullivan of Pittsburgh; Mrs Ella Anderson of Homestead; Miss Mary A. Sullivan, Confluence; Charles and Scott Sullivan of Wilmerding; Oscar of McKeysport ; Albert of Steubenville Ohio and Thomas Sullivan of Baltimore Md. Two step sons Lewis and Lloyd Sullivan; 30 Grandchildren one sister Mrs Elizabeth Griffin,Kansas City Mo. One brother, William Henry Clister Markleysburg, also survive her.
Mrs Sullivan lived in Confluence for 54 years,her home being at the corner of Meyers and Page Streets. For a number of years she and her daughter Miss Mary Sullivan spent the winters in Steubenville and had been there since the month of October.
The remains were brought from Steubenville on Sunday to her home at Confluence where they lay until 10 o'clock Tuesday Morning when the funeral took place at the Christian Church Rev H.M. Jeffreys officiating. Internment in the Confluence Cemetery.
Obit located in the Meyersdale Republican
Charles H. Sullivan, 70, one of Coolspring's oldest residents died Saturday morning in the home of his son Ralph Sullivan. Mrs. Sullivan died 17 years ago; three children also preceded him in death. Surviving are three sons and a daughter, Roy Sullivan of Barricksville, W. Va.; Kenneth and Ralph Sullivan of Coolspring; Mrs. Edna Guthrie, of Uniontown; 12 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two half-brothers, John and Tate Lewis, of Fairchance. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in Coolspring Methodist Protestant Church in charge of Rev. William King. Burial will be in Park Place Cemetery.
Charles Robert Sullivan, 18, of North Gallatin avenue, died at 12:40 a.m. today in Uniontown hospital. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sullivan, and two sisters, Ethel and Beryl. Funeral arrangements in charge of the R. L Sharp funeral home are incomplete.
Funeral services for Charles Robert Sullivan, 18, will be held at the R. L. Shary funeral home, Fairchance, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. J. W. Shell of Christ Methodist Church will officiate. Burial in Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown.
EDWARD J. SULLIVAN, SR., of Bradenton, Florida, who was born in Dunbar Township, Fayette County, Pa., retired Superintendent with 41 years service from United States Steel's Robena 3 Coal Mine (Garards Fort Shaft), who was active in Gold Lake Estates as former Council Member, president several times, and recently on the Board of Directors, died Sunday, July 8, 2001. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Nancy Kyle Sullivan; sons: Edward J. Sullivan, Jr., and his wife, Sheran, and their children, Tracy and Jeff; and William B. Sullivan and his wife, Patti, and their children, Caitlin and Michael; and sisters: Anna Mary Sullivan Mercier of Ellicott City, Maryland, and Marian Sullivan of Uniontown, Pa. Services on Saturday, July 14, at 11 a.m. will be private for the family. Arrangements are under direction of the GRIFFITH-CLINE FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICES, Manatee Avenue, Bradenton, Florida.
Notes from contributor:
Born–1918 Dunbar Pa
Mrs. Ethel Mae Sullivan, 55 years old, wife of Charles H. Sullivan, died Thursday morning at her home in Coolspring. In addition to her husband and five children, one brother, Harry R. Downs survives. Burial Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown.
Mrs. Flora Belle Sullivan, 69 years of age, died at noon Saturday at her home in Coolspring of complications after a lingering illness. Her husband, Henry C. Sullivan, died in 1937. Mrs. Sullivan is survived by the following children; Mrs. Ruth McMahon of Lemont, Carl Sullivan of Rice’s Landing, Guy Sullivan, Lemont, Mrs. Esta Maraugha of Filbert and Todd Sullivan of Coolspring. Seeward Hill of Uniontown is a brother. There are many grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Coolspring Church with Rev. Peterson of Uniontown and Rev. E. A. Gilmore of Yauger Hollow officiating. Interment will be in Park Place Cemetery at Uniontown in charge of Funeral Director James T. Burhans of Dunbar.
Henry Clayton Sullivan, 76 years old, died at 12:30 o’clock Sunday morning at his home at Coolspring, of complications. He is survived by his wife, Flora, and five children: Carl Sullivan of Clyde No. 3; Mrs. Esta Marancha of Filbert, Todd Sullivan of Coolspring and Mrs. Ruth McMahon and Guy Sullivan of Lemont. There are also a number of grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home, with Rev. William King, pastor of the Percy Methodist Protestant Church, officiating. Interment will be made in Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown, in charge of Funeral Director James T. Burhans.
Hoffa B. Sullivan, 82, of Bobtown, Pa., died Monday, April 30, 2001, at Beverly Health Care Center in Waynesburg, Pa. He was born Aug. 6, 1918, in Burnesville, son of the late James and Florence Clemens Sullivan. He was formerly employed at Houze Glass in Point Marion, Pa., and also worked as a coal miner in several small area mines. He was a member of the Polish Club in Bobtown. He is survived by two sisters, Helen Moody, and Elizabeth Rohulich, both of Bobtown. He was also preceded in death by a sister, Marguerite Sullivan. Richard R. Herod Funeral Home, Point Marion, is in charge of arrangements.
James "Jim" Francis Sullivan,age 63, of Pittsburgh passed away Monday, September 27, 2010, in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born March 1, 1947 in Uniontown, son of the late Mack Sullivan and Mildred Laughran Sullivan of Grindstone. Jim attended Fraizer High School. He is survived by his children: Kimmi Ropejko and husband Chris of Grindstone, Craig Sullivan and wife, Missy of Masontown and James Sullivan; his grandchildren: Cheree Parrill, Jessica Parrill, Brittany McFadden, Hannah McFadden, Christian Sullivan and Dylan Sullivan; his great-grandchildren: Jonathan Grow and Jimmy Basinger; and his brother, Thomas Sullivan of Elizabeth. Funeral arrangements were private under the direction of DEARTH FUNERAL HOME, New Salem. Interment was in LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill.
James Marshall Sullivan, aged 79 years, died at his home at Sullivan's Crossing, Sunday night, at 11:50 o'clock of burns suffered earlier in the day when his clothing caught fire from a grate fire. Funeral services will be held in the home Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock followed by burial in Park Place Cemetery.
Notes from contributor:
Veterans Administration Burial Records, Civil War Veteran, Army, Buried Section K Lot 99
John SULLIVAN died in 1855. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(17)
On the 9th inst., of hemorrhage of the lungs, John Sullivan, of this place, in the 57th year of his age.
Genius of Liberty, May 17, 1855. Volume 1. Number 18, Page 3, Column 3
SULLIVAN, LENA (COBURN)— Age 69 years, widow of Thomas b. Sullivan, Sr., of 144 Walnut St., Uniontown, Pa., died at her family residence, Sunday, October 9, 1967, at 5:30 a.m. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Patrick (Margaret) Monahan, Greensburg, Pa., Mrs. Mary Bulina and Mrs. Donald (Cecelia) Arthur, both of Uniontown, Mrs. Geza (Rita) Lux, Walecit, Conn., and Mrs. Gary (Marlene) Dunlevy, New Salem; three sons, Thomas R. Sullivan, Jr., Uniontown and Edward and John Sullivan, both at home; twenty-one grandchildren and four great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Samuel (Cecelia) Williams, Washington, D.C.; two brothers, John and Charles Coburn, both of Lemont Furnace, Pa. She was the daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Traynor Coburn, and a member of St. John’s R.C. Church, Uniontown. The family will receive friends this evening after 7 and on Tuesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., and until Wednesday, October 12, at 9 a.m., in the Harold S. Gleason Funeral Home, 114 E. Fayette St. Requiem High Mass will be intoned at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. John’s R.C. Church, Uniontown, with Rt. Rev. Msgr. Andrew J. Schneider, as celebrant. Interment will be in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. Parish Rosary will be recited at the funeral home, Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m.
SULLIVAN, LLOYD L----aged 82 years died at his residence in Markleysburg, Monday, May 17, 1943, at 6:30 p.m. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ella Sullivan and the following children; George of 210 North Avenue, Uniontown, Beryl, of Uniontown; Dorsey of Markleysburg. Four step children, Paul Davis, Mt. Pleasant; Harry Davis, Greensboro; Mrs. Martha Fisher of Uniontown; Raymond Davis of Farmington.
Short services will be held at the residence, Thursday, May 20 at 1:30 p.m. followed by services in the Church of God, Markleysburg. Interment in Thomas Cemetery.
Margarita T. (Tarapchak) Sullivan, age 92 years, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., passed away Wednesday, November 23, 2005, in the Uniontown Hospital with her loving family at her side. She was born January 15, 1913, in Brownsville, Fayette County, Pa., the daughter of John Tarapchak and Anna (Kusnir) Tarapchak. Margarita graduated from Brownsville High School Class of 1931. She was a member of Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Uniontown, The Catholic Daughters of America, The Confraternity of Christian Mothers, and Beta Sigma Phi. She had been a Girl Scout Leader for many years and enjoyed bowling, gardening and making and selling crafts such as hand-made braided rugs.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a son, Jerry Sullivan, an infant grandson, Robert Scott Rupp, a brother, George Tarapchak, and a sister, Ann Zilko. She is survived by her loving husband of 56 years, Samuel E. Sullivan; a son, Donald Sullivan and his wife, Rachel, of Newburg, Pa.; a daughter, Suzy Rupp and her husband, Robert, of Nicholasville, Kentucky; a daughter-in-law, Tonya Sullivan Tissue; and seven grandchildren: Gregory Rupp and John Rupp, Michael Sullivan and Holly Sullivan, Christopher, Gregory and Jeremy Sullivan.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME INC., 80 Morgantown Street, Uniontown, Pa., where friends will be received today from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. and on Saturday, November 26, until 9:30 a.m. A Mass to celebrate her life will be held on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, 50 Jefferson Street, Uniontown, Pa., with the Rev. Father Michael J. Crookston as Celebrant. Interment will follow in LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill, Fayette County, Pa. The family suggests donations in her memory be made to the Saint John's Confraternity of Christian Mothers.
Funeral arrangements were being planned today for Marshall Sullivan, 35 years old, of Mt. Independence, killed at noon on Tuesday when caught under a falling tree in front of his home. Sullivan, a bridegroom of three months, and Albert Miller of Dunbar were clearing dead trees and wild shrubbery around the newlywed’s home when the accident happened. The two men had used a saw and alternating in wielding an axe. The Bride was sitting on the front porch, watching the two fell a large dead tree a little over a hundred feet from the cottage. They chopped in such a manner to have the tree fall in the opposite direction from the home. As the tree started to sway in the breeze, Sullivan gave a shout and he and Miller ran to safety. But the tree toppled in another direction and a large limb dropped on Sullivan as his wife looked on. The man's neck had been broken as were his right leg and collar bone. Death was believed to have been instantaneous. Sullivan is survived by his wife, two step- children, his mother, Mrs. Flora Sullivan of Coolspring; three brothers, Carl of Pitcairn, Todd of Coolspring and Guy of Lemont and two sisters, Mrs. Ruth McMann of Lemont and Mrs. Esther Moracle of Filbert.
Mary Ann SULLIVAN died in 1862. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(4)
June 20th , Mrs. MARY ANN SULLIVAN, in the 85th year of her age.
The Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa., June 26, 1862.
Vol. 2. No. 21. pg 5, col. 3.
SULLIVAN, MARY ELLA, age 71 years, born January 2, 1873, died on Tuesday, August 1, 1944. She is survived by the following children; Paul Davis of Mt. Pleasant, Harry Davis of Greensboro, Mrs. Martha Fisher of Uniontown, Raymond Davis, Markleysburg, Beryl Sullivan of Uniontown, Dorsey Sullivan of Markleysburg, and two step-sons, Harvey and George Sullivan.
Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon August 4, at 2 o’clock in the Church of God, Markleysburg. Burial in the Thomas Cemetery, Markleysburg.
White, female, age 7 months
Cause of death–Typhoid Fever
Died–9 Oct 1895
Mildred L. Sullivan, age 84, of Vanderbilt, Pa., formerly of Grindstone, Pa., passed away Tuesday, July 19, 2005, at the home of her caregiver, Maxine Sullivan. She was born September 25 1920, in Uniontown, Pa., daughter of James and Thelma Shea Laughran.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Mack Sullivan. She is survived by her two sons, James Sullivan of Dallas, Pa., and Thomas Sullivan of Perryopolis, Pa.; three grandchildren: Kimberly Ropejko of Grindstone, Craig Sullivan of Searights, Pa., and James Sullivan of Uniontown, Pa.; and several great-grandchildren.
Friends will be received in DEARTH FUNERAL HOME, 35 South Mill Street, New Salem, Pa., today from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday until 11 a.m., the hour of service, with the Rev. Roland M. O'Brien officiating. Interment will follow in LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill, Pa.
Nancy E. (Kyle) Sullivan, R.N., age 86, of Bradenton, Florida, passed away recently. She was born in Coolspring, Fayette County, Pa. Nancy was a Registered Nurse, who graduated from the now former Uniontown Hospital School of Nursing, Fayette County, Pa., Class of 1942, and became a dedicated housewife and mother after her marriage to Edward J. Sullivan, Sr.
Her beloved husband, Edward J. Sullivan, Sr., and her oldest son, Edward J. Sullivan, Jr., preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her sister, Vernetta Tissue, and two brothers, Andrew Kyle and Henry Kyle. Surviving are her youngest son, William B. Sullivan and his wife, Patricia, and two grandchildren, Caitlin Sullivan and Michael Sullivan, all from Apple Valley, Minnesota, along with her twin sister, Minnie Kyle Tippins, youngest sister, Edith Francis, and sisters-in-law, Marian Sullivan, Anna Mary Sullivan Mercier, Jean Kyle and Mary Kyle.
The family will receive friends at the STEPHEN R. HAKY FUNERAL HOME INC. AT SYLVAN HEIGHTS CEMETERY, A Dignity Memorial Provider, 603 North Gallatin Avenue Extension, Uniontown, Pa., today (Monday, April 10) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, 50 Jefferson Street, Uniontown, PA 15401.
SULLIVAN, MINOR (SULLY)— Aged 81, Ohiopyle, died in the Connellsville State Hospital, Friday, August 22, 1958 at 9:30 a.m. He was employed by the Holt Department Store, Ohiopyle for fifty years. He was a member of the Falls City Baptist Church. Friends will be received in the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holt, Ohiopyle, after 1 p.m. today, until 12 noon Sunday and in the Falls City Baptist Church from 1 until 2 p.m., the hour of service, with Rev. Ned F. Maes officiating. Interment will be in Sansom Chapel Cemetery, under the direction of the Gleason Funeral Home.
Sarah Orr Sullivan, 99, of Farmington and formerly of Mount Washington, Pa., passed away Tuesday, June 22, 2004, in King's Personal Care Home. She was born Aug. 24, 1904, in Youngstown, Pa., daughter of the late William N. and Suzan Garlick Harford. Sarah was a live long member of the Free Methodist Church, holding membership in Farmington Free Methodist Church for over fifty years, where she also was the church organist and pianist, her husband Rev. George Sullivan built the original church. She had worked at Bell Telephone in Pittsburgh for many years, and worked as a Practical Nurse up until the age of 87 when she retired.
In addition to her parents she is predeceased by her first husband, Clarence L. Orr, her second husband, Rev. George Sullivan, a son Samuel P. Orr Sr., a grandson, Randell J. Orr., five brothers, Caleb, Plympton, Wilbert, Welden, and Edgar Harford, four sisters, Frances Whetsel, Gertrude Ryan, Matilda Cramer and Blanche Adams.
Surviving is her son, William H. Orr and his wife, Virginia, of Hopwood, Pa.; Daughter-in-law, Beverly Orr, of Jefferson Hills, Pa.; six grandchildren, Debra J. Crawford and husband, Donald, of Hopwood, William R. Orr and his wife, Tammy, of Uniontown, Linda Susan Martin of Uniontown, David R. Orr and Shelly of Upper Middletown, Pa., Samuel P. Orr Jr. and his wife, Diane, of Jefferson Hills, Pa., Jeffrey Orr and his wife, Mary Ann, of McCandles Township; 11 great-grandchildren; five great great-grandchildren; two special nieces, May Wise of McClellandtown, Pa. and Gwendolyn Holland of New Castle, Pa.; and many other nieces and nephews.
Friends will be received in the DONALD R. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Hopwood, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday, until 11 a.m., the hour of service, with the Rev. Dale Rexrode, her pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Church Hill Cemetery, McClellandtown.
William SULLIVAN died in 1931. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Funeral services for William Sullivan, aged three, of Vestaburg, who died Monday in the Brownsville General hospital from a fractured skull, will be held this afternoon between 2:30 and 3 o'clock at the Lemont Catholic cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sullivan and the following sisters and brothers, Thomas, Jr., Edward, Margaret M., Mary A., and Dorothy Jean, all at home.
(News Standard - January 21, 1931)
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SULLIVAN, WILLIAM GUY—Aged 58 of Uniontown, died suddenly, Monday afternoon, September 5, 1955. He was the son of the late Henry C. and Flora Hill Sullivan. He is survived by these children, Mrs. Emory Fetscho, Lemont Furnace; Mrs. Jeanette Miller, Detroit, Mich.; James, Garnetta and Henry, Cleveland, O.; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth McMahon, Lemont Furnace; Mrs. Esta Mauraugha, Uniontown. Friends are being received in the Minerd Funeral Home, 196 W. Main St., where private services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Earl P. Confer officiating. Interment will be in Cove Run Cemetery.
B. F. SUMEY died in 1936. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
B. F. Sumey, 84 years, 13 days, died of complications and infirmities of old age at 7 o'clock Tuesday morning in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edward Jordan, Uppermiddletown.
Mr. Sumey was the son of the late Jacob and Delilah Sumey of Elliottsville. In 1875 he was wedded to Caroline Brougher of Wharton township and the couple resided in Elliottsville for 40 years, later moving to Uppermiddletown where Mrs. Sumey died May 25, 1923, exactly 13 years ago Tuesday, May 25, the date of her husband's death.
The deceased was a member of the Baptist church with which he became affiliated early in his boyhood.
A daughter, Mrs. Emma Sumey Haines, died in Uniontown May 4, 1905. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Cora Sumey Jordan, and two granddaughters, Ruth and Edna Jordan, all of Uppermiddletown.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the Jordan home with brief additional services to follow in Brown cemetery, Elliottsville.
Brashear W. Sumey Sr., 87, of Vanderbilt, died Monday in Highlands Hospital, Connellsville. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Hubert (JoAnn) Reed of Fombell, Pa.; and one son, Brashear W. Sumey Jr. of Vanderbilt; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; four half-sisters, Erma, Marie, Lorraine and Wanda; and two half-brothers, Paul and Daniel. Friends will be received at the Blair-Lowther Funeral Home Inc., 106 E. Independence St., Perryopolis, until 11 a.m. today.
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Born—– February 18, 1910
Died—– February 24, 1997
Calvin Sumey, 55 years old, died at 6 o’clock Saturday evening at his home near Buena Vista of complications after a lingering illness. He was a farmer. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Carl of Shady Grove, George of Vanderbilt, Mrs. Newton Bishop of Thornbottom, near Bitner, Calvin of Franklin township, Mrs. Jane Craftcheck of Vanderbilt, and Paul, Daniel, Marie, Grace, Irma, Wanda, Lorraine and Leonard, all at home. David Sumey of Franklin township is a brother and Mrs. Carrie Ross of Uniontown is a sister. A brief service will be held at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon at the home followed by a full service at 2:30 o’clock at the Waltersburg Church of the Nazarene. Rev. J. S. Bailey, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be made in Pleasant View Cemetery.
L. Burdette Sumey, 87, of Uniontown died in Uniontown Hospital, Wednesday, March 1, 1995. He was born in Uniontown, on July 27, 1907, son of the late James W. and Laura Caton Sumey. Mr. Sumey was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Uniontown and served on the church council for 25 years; and was also a member and teacher of the men’s Sunday school class. He was a retired letter carrier of the Uniontown post office, with 30 years of service. He also served as scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 1 for 12 years. Surviving are his wife, Anna Louise Holland Sumey; two children, Mrs. Robert W. (Eloise) Jackson of Farmington and James William Sumey of York; two granddaughters, Mrs. Rod (Sharon) Mell of Pittsburgh and Carol Jackson of Farmington; a sister, Elizabeth Dils of Smithfield; a niece, Lurline Evans of Smithfield, and a nephew, Kenneth Wayne Johnson of Wisconsin. Friends will be received in the J. HARRY JOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME, 65 North Gallatin Ave., Uniontown, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and Friday until noon. Funeral services will be conducted Friday in St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery, Chalk Hill. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
Leonard E. Sumey Sr., 61, of Little Brownfield passed away Thursday, March 28, 1996, in his home after a long illness. He was born Oct. 1, 1934, in Vanderbilt, Pa., son of Calvin Robert and Olive Mae Thomas Sumey. In addition to his parents he was predeceased by an infant brother, Oliver Sumey, and a sister, Alta Grace Childs. Surviving are his wife, Mary Brink Sumey, and these children and grandchildren, Leonard E. Sumey Jr., his wife, Kimberly, and their three children, Tanya, Sean, and Brianna, Terry Sumey of Little Bluff, Ark., and his two children, April and Scott, Mrs. Kenneth (Kathy) Lewis and their three children, Nicole, Jonathan, and Kellie Jo, Mrs. Tony (Kellie) Kostandina and daughter, Cassandra, Patricia Sumey and her fiancé, Blaine DeLorenzo, all of Uniontown, four sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Floyd (Blanche) Hawk of West Leisenring, Paul Sumey and his wife, Bessie “Toots”, of Dunbar, Daniel Sumey and his wife, Alice, of Dunbar, Mrs. John (Wanda) Hawk of Lemont Furnace, Mrs. George (Erma) Fuller of Dickerson Run Hill, and Ms. Lorraine Ruffner of Dunbar. Mr. Sumey was a member of Brownfield Free Methodist Church, a welder with SME Machine Company who also worked 16 years with Westinghouse Electric, and was a U.S. Army Veteran. Friends will be received in the DONALD R. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Hopwood, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday, April 1, until 11 a.m., the hour of service. Pastor Donald D. Rosenbaum will officiate. Interment will be in Church Hill Cemetery.
Edith C. Summerfield, 84, of Point Marion, Fayette County, Pa., died Thursday, May 22, 2008, in the Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa. Born November 10, 1923, in Dunbar, Fayette County, Pa., she was the daughter of William Miller and Mary Hennen Miller. She was a faithful member of The Crusade for Jesus Apostolic Church, in Point Marion, and a former nurse's aide at Ruby Memorial Hospital, in Morgantown, W.Va.
She was predeceased by her parents, her husband, Joseph J. Summerfield, in 1985, two sons, Okie Denny Stull, Jr., and Michael McDonald, a brother, Jim Miller, and sisters, Leona Jackson, and Edna Kelch.
Surviving are three sons and their spouses: Frank and Rose Stull, of Point Marion, Pa., and Frank and Veronica Summerfield, and Kenny and Julie Summerfield, both of Georgia; three daughters: Donna Summerfield, of Booth, W.Va., Lorraine Rose, of Point Marion, Pa., and Bobbie J. Summerfield, of Uniontown, Pa.; a daughter-in-law, Joyce Stull, of New Geneva, Fayette County, Pa.; and by a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends at the RICHARD R. HEROD FUNERAL HOME, Point Marion, Pa., on Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. Visitation continues on Wednesday, May 28, 2008, in THE CRUSADE FOR JESUS APOSTOLIC CHURCH, in Point Marion, Pa., from 11 a.m. until 12 Noon, the hour of Service, with the Rev. LeeRoy Edgell, officiating. Interment follows in Mount Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
DIED— On the morning of Thursday the 27th, ult., Mrs. Elizabeth Summers of Union township, at an advanced age.
Ill for the past several years, John Ross Summers, aged 72, died at 9 o’clock Saturday night, September 24, 1938, at the family home in 10 East Craig street. Born January 21, 1866 in Preston county, West Virginia, Mr. Summers was a highly esteemed resident of Uniontown for many years. He was a son of John and Susan Summers. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Blanche Moyer; one brother, Harvey, of Uniontown and two sisters, Mrs. Martha Moats and Miss Viola Summers, both of California, Pa. Mr. Summers, a member of the Third Presbyterian church and the John Knox Class, was affiliated with the I. O. O. F. Lodge for over 50 years. Friends will be received at the A. D. Ferguson funeral home, 80 Morgantown street, until the funeral services, to be conducted at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Plummer Harvey will officiate, and burial will be in Sylvan Heights cemetery.
Lois Esther (Masten) Summers of Isaac Creek Road, Clarksburg, West Virginia passed away on Friday, March 11th, 2011 in the home built for her by her late husband of sixty-seven years, Charles Clark Summers. Esther was born Tuesday, December 12th, 1916 in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania the middle daughter of Anna Laura (Stephens) Masten and Louis Cope Masten. Esther and Charles spent the early years of their marriage in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, moved to Oklahoma after World War II, and then returned to West Virginia in 1956. Mrs. Summers was a Bible class teacher at Central Church of Christ in Clarksburg a very devoted homemaker and mother of four children, Joseph Warren, Patricia Elaine, Doreen Ruth and Florence Anna, all of whom survive and are listed below with their respective families. Esther was employed for several years at Children's World in Clarksburg. She was a gifted artist whose paintings, done mostly in oil, adorn the homes of many of her family and friends. She also made untold numbers of sock monkeys and numerous other gifts of love. She was a friend to all and especially to the children who were privileged to know her.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Ruth Ella Masten Hawker and Grace Elmira Masten Prewett Rossell; and brothers-in-law. Survivors include a Son, Joseph Summers and his wife Louella Edwards Summers of Isaac Creek Road, Clarksburg, West Virginia; granddaughter Sherri Lynn Craddock and her husband David of Lumberport, West Virginia; great-grand daughter, Hannah Scott; grandson, Timothy Joseph Summers and his wife Janet of Akron, Ohio; great-grandson Jeromy Sparks; a great- granddaughter, Jamie Novak; three great-great grandsons, Caleb, Timothy "TJ" and Lliam. Daughter, Patricia McCormick and her husband Dennis of Martinsburg, West Virginia; granddaughter, Rebecca Jo Treadway and her husband Steve and great-grandchildren Madison, Steven, Kendall and Charlie of Mount Hope, West Virginia; and Clark McCormick and his wife Kristi of Beckley, West Virginia with great- grandsons, Mason, Wyatt and Levi. Daughter, Doreen Rexroad and her husband Caird Jr. of Gambrills, Maryland; grandson, Caird Rexroad and his wife Laurie of Round Hill, Virginia; and granddaughter, Leah Harrell and her husband Adam of Odenton, Maryland. Daughter, Florence Lough of Isaac Creek Road, Clarksburg, West Virginia; grandson, Charles Lough and his wife Janey of Crab Orchard, West Virginia; great-granddaughter Paradise and great-grandson Nicholas; grandson, Joseph Lough and his wife Melissa of Parkersburg, West Virginia and great-granddaughters, Julia and Heather, and great- grandsons, John and Chris. Also surviving are her cousins: Thomas Palmer and his wife Nell of Charleroi, Pennsylvania and Lois Faye Stanley of Perryopolis, Pennsylvania; three sisters-in-law; and numerous beloved nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Family and Friends may call at the AMOS CARVELLI FUNERAL HOME, 201 Edison Street, Nutter Fort, WV 26301 (304.622.0270) on Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. The Funeral Service will be held at the Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 at 10 a.m. where Friends and Evangelist Perry Henegar and Evangelist Andy Jenkins will preside. Interment will follow in the West Virginia National Cemetery in Grafton.
Michelle Summers, age 42, of Republic, Pa., passed away in Ruby Memorial Hospital on August 4, 2012. She is the daughter of Ruth Marbury of Republic, Pa. A Memorial Service will be held in her honor on Saturday, August 11, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. from MT. ARARAT BAPTIST CHURCH in Cardale, Pa. with Bishop Leonard Tucker officiating. Services are entrusted to LANTZ FUNERAL HOME, INC., 297 E. main St., Uniontown, Pa.
William E. Summers, 82, of 1409 S. Arch St., died Tuesday afternoon in Connellsville State General Hospital. He was born Nov. 25, 1892, in Burnham, a son of the late Hugh Arthur and Emma Jane Bollinger Summers. He attended United Brethren Church. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Helen) Felton of Tenndale, Mrs. Michael (Eleanor) Yarnell of Fairless Hills and Mrs. Norma Johnston of Connellsville; four sons, Earl and Blaine of Buena Park, Calif., William of Warminster and Donald of Levittown; 20 grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Howard Plessinger of Lewistown and Mrs. Ruth Geedy of Lewistown, and three brothers, Richard of Millersburg, Norman of Camdin, N.J., and Hugh of Harrisburg. He was predeceased by his wife Mary Jane Summers, in 1944.
SUNSERI — Francis E. Sunseri of Mount Pleasant died Sunday, April 10, 1994. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. today and Wednesday at the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 406 E. Washington St., Mount Pleasant, where a blessing service will be held at noon Thursday, followed by a Mass at 12:30 p.m. in the Visitation Roman Catholic Church, Mount Pleasant, with the Rev. Gregory F. Premoshis as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Visitation Parish Cemetery.
Clifford Supansic, 64 years, of Gadsen, Alabama, and formerly of Eighty-Four, Washington County, Pennsylvania, passed away Monday, January 12, 2009. Born August 21, 1944, in Brownsville, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, he graduated from the former Redstone High School, in Fayette County, Pa., with the Class of 1962. He served in the United States Army and was employed by the United States Postal Service for 37 years in Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Bobbie Studdard Supansic; parents, Lawrence and Mildred Supansic, of Grindstone, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; sister, Aileen and husband, Art Ridgeway, of California state; special Godchild, Kathleen Broadwater, and a special aunt, Geraldine Ward, of Grindstone, Pennsylvania. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to American Diabetes Association.
Lawrence Supansic, Jr., 88, of Grindstone, Pennsylvania passed away peacefully on Friday, February 5, 2011 in the Cherry Tree Nursing Home, Uniontown, Pennsylvania. He was born in Grindstone, Pennsylvania son of Lawrence Sr. and Lydia Supansic. Lawrence was a native to the area and was well known for his baking skills. He worked at the now former Richard's Bakery in Uniontown for over 40 years. He was a member of the Morning Star Grange and the Saint Cecilia's Roman Catholic Church both in Grindstone. He was preceded in death by his parents; his son, Clifford L. Supansic in January 2009; and his sister, Dorothy Pearsol. He is survived by his wife, Mildred Supansic; daughter, Aileen Ridgway and husband Art of Humboldt, Tennessee; one daughter-in-law, Bobbie Supansic, Gadsden, Alabama; one sister, Irene Peach of Jeannette, Pennsylvania; and special niece, Kathleen Ward of Grindstone, Pennsylvania. Friends will be received in the NOVAK FUNERAL HOME 515 Front Street, Brownsville, PA 15417 (724.785.4700) on Monday, February 7, 2011 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. A Blessing Service will be held in the Funeral Home on Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 10 a.m. with Reverend Father Micah E. Kozoil officating. Interment will follow at LaFayette Memorial Park in Brier Hill, Pennsylvania
Mildred A. Supansic, 89, of Grindstone, PA, passed away Sunday, March 27, 2011 at Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, PA. She was born in Brownsville, PA, the daughter of Joseph and Lena (Aldridge) Politte. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence Supansic, Jr. February 4, 2011, son, Clifford L. Supansic in January 2009, five sisters and two brothers. Mildred was a member of the United States Army. She also belonged to St. Cecilia's R. C. Church and the Morning Star Grange, both in Grindstone, PA. She is survived by her daughter, Aileen Ridgway and husband, Art, Humboldt, TN; daughter-in-law, Bobbie Supansic, Gadsden, AL; sister, Geraldine Ward, Grindstone, PA and special niece, Kathleen Ward, Grindstone, PA. Friends will be received in the NOVAK FUNERAL HOME, 515 Front Street Brownsville, PA. A Blessing Service will be held today, March 30, 2011 at 10 AM, in the funeral home with Rev. Father Micah E. Kozoil. Viewing was held Tuesday, March 29, 2011 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM. Interment will follow in the LaFayette Memorial Park in Brier Hill, PA.
Jeanette Esper Surgenor, 81, of Steubenville, Ohio, died Friday, July 26, 1996, in the Trinity East Medical Center. She is survived by a son, Thomas Surgenor of Steubenville, Ohio; five daughters, Sara Larson of Columbus, Ohio, Margaret Mason of Madison, Conn., Donna LaPrete of Wintersville, Ohio, Catherine Kepley of Akron, Ohio and Billie Hibbits of Steubenville, Ohio; three brothers, George Esper of Boston, Mass, Michael Esper Jr. and Thomas Esper, both of Uniontown; four sisters, Rose Jabour of Waynesburg, Ann Mullen, Catherine Coughenour and Freda Nypaver, all of Uniontown; 17 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services were held on Monday, July 29, 1996 in St. Peters Catholic Church, Steubenville, Ohio. Arrangements were under the direction of the McClave Chandler-Mills Funeral Home, 611 North 4th St., Steubenville, Ohio.
Joseph Susa, Jr., 25, died Monday morning, October 22, 1934, at 1:05, in the Uniontown hospital, following a two weeks illness of pneumonia. Surviving are the widow, Anna Susa; one daughter, Lillian; his father, Joseph Susa, Sr., and the following brothers and sisters: Steve, Republic; George, Cardale; Mrs. Mary Flakovich, Repubic. His mother preceded him in death September 7, 1915. Deceased was a member of N. M. W. A. Local 6292, Republic. Funeral services will be conducted briefly in the home at Cardale Thursday morning at 8:30 with requiem mass following in the Holy Rosary church, Republic. Fr. A. J. Balok will officiate. Burial in St. Procopius cemetery, New Salem.
Margaret Roth SUSANEK obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project. (2)
Ill for some time with heart disease and complications, Mrs. Margaret Roth Susanek, 65, mother of Patrolman Frank Roth, died Friday in the Uniontown hospital. She had been a patient there since Monday. Mrs. Susanek was a resident of Sullivan's Crossing.
She is survived by the following children: Frank Roth, R.D. No. 2, Uniontown; William and John Roth, of Toronto, O.; Charles, of Sullivan's Crossing; Mrs. Albert Kermes, Edenborn, and Mrs. G.F. Stothart, of Savannah, Ga. A brother, Frank Yarris, of Crawford street, and fifteen grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon. Interment in Hopwood.
Charles had lived in Knoxville for many years he was distinguished engineer in both chemical and nuclear projects that were developed during the 1930’s. He came to Knoxville in 1934 to be in charge of TVA's Chemical Lab which at that time was at Ferris Hall, University of Tenn. In 1944 he went to work for Tennessee Eastman Co, in Oak Ridge. He worked on the famous Manhattan Project which led to the development of the atomic bomb. He attended Uniontown High School and was a star of the football team. He won a scholarship to Waynesburg College. He received his BS in chemistry at Waynesburg and his MS from the University of Michigan. While working of the TVA he studied law at the University of Tennessee and received his degree in 1937. He practiced law for a short period with his son. The son of Italian Immigrants Charles had gone to Italy during the summer of 1980 to visit his relatives still in Italy. He was among those in St. Peters for a general audience with Pope John Paul II the day he was shot. As a young man he lied about his age and enlisted in the U.S. Navy at age 15 and served during WWI. He was a retired associate director of Analytical Chemistry at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His son Charles, Jr. is a Knoxville lawyer. He died, 4 October 1981, Knoxville, KY.
James M. Susano, 69, of Uniontown, Pa., died Saturday, September 1, 2001, in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born February 21, 1932, in Uniontown, Pa., the son of Anthony H. Susano and Mary Burke Susano. James was a graduate of the former North Union High School Class of 1950. He was a Veteran of the Korean War who served in the United States Army. Mr. Susano was a Painting Contractor and owned and operated James Susano Painting Company. He was a member of St. Therese de Lisieux Roman Catholic Church and also V. F. W. Post 47 both in Uniontown, and a former Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus, Council 1275. An avid golfer, James as Club Champion and a former partner at the Colonial Golf Course. He was also an avid grouse hunter and played baseball and softball in Fayette County. His parents preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Shirley Ann Zebley Susano; a daughter, Mary Jo, and her husband, Joel Chisler, of Hopwood, Pa.; a special aunt, Anna Margaret Phillips of Uniontown; a brother, Ronald A. Susano and his wife, Kay, of New Salem, Pa.; a sister Mary K. Susano Bailey and her husband, George Bailey, of Wayne, Michigan; many nieces and nephews; and two faithful pets, Molly and Spotty. Friends will be received at the STEPHEN R. HAKY FUNERAL HOME INC. AT SYLVAN HEIGHTS CEMETERY, 603 North Gallatin Avenue Extension, Uniontown, Pa., today from 7 to 9 p.m.
Ronald Anthony Susano, 76, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., died Tuesday, September 12, 2006, in his home, surrounded by his loving family. He was born December 6, 1929, in Uniontown, Pa., the son of the late Anthony Susano and Mary Burke Susano. He was preceded in death by his brother, James Susano. Ronald was a member of Saint Therese Roman Catholic Church, Uniontown, where he was an usher for many years. He belonged to the Knights of Columbus and was a lifetime member of the International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades. He was also a licensed Coast Guard Captain and a member of the Maryland State Charterboat Association. In his younger years, Ronald loved all sports, especially baseball, and even drew interest from the Detroit Tigers organization. He was notable in the Fayette County Baseball League throughout the 50's and 60's. He also excelled in golf, winning three club championships in three decades. In 1993, he retired from Giant Food, Inc., and returned to his love of farming on Stoney Point Road, raising cattle, and growing tomatoes. Ronald will be sadly missed by his wife of 58 years, Katherine Stevens Susano; his four loving children: Kathryn Susano Morris, of Uniontown, Pa., Anthony R. Susano, of Dunkirk, Md., Deborah Clements, of Berlin, Md., and Joel S. Susano, of Crownsville, Md.; and his beloved eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, and nephews. He is survived by a sister, Mary Kathryn Bailey, of Wayne, Mi. Friends and family will be received in the DOLFI FUNERAL HOME on Friday, September 15, 2006, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., and until 9 a.m., on Saturday, September 16, 2006, when a Blessing Service will be held. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow in Saint Therese de Lisieux Roman Catholic Church, Mill Street, Uniontown, with the Rev. Father Kenneth G. Zaccagnini, V. F., as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Uniontown.
SCOTTSDALE, Jan. 13— Andrew Jackson Suter, 87 years and seven months old died early this morning at his home a mile out of Ruffsdale. He was born in East Huntingdon township, June 15, 1837. He was a son of the late Solomon and Elizabeth Cruse Suter. He suffered a stroke on Christmas day and did not rally. He was engaged in farming in the Ruffsdale community all his life. The funeral service will be at the Lutheran Church at Ruffsdale at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Burial will be in Mount Lebanon Cemetery at Tarr.
Gladys Gail, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Suter, died Monday. She was six months and 23 days old. Funeral services were held at the Suter home at 3 o’clock Wednesday. Interment in Mount Lebanon Cemetery at Tarr.
Shirley Ann Suter, 59, of Park Avenue, Scottdale, Pa., died on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 1994, at her home. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. James M. (Pamela Ann) Otto of Morgantown, W.Va., Mrs. Gary E. (Candice Lee) Ohler of Fort Hill, Pa., Mrs. Duane R. (Nancy Lyn) Stull of Scottdale, Pa., and Mrs. Gregory E. (Peggy Jo) Daniels of Alverton; nine grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Richard (Marjorie) Stoner and Mrs. George (Frances) Kintigh, both of Alverton R.D. 3; and four brothers, Quintin L. Suter, Jr., Donald C. Suter, and Frank E. Suter, all of Ruffsdale R.D. 2, and Joel B. Suter of Ruffsdale R.D. 3. Friends were received in Robert B. Ferguson Funeral Home, 105 Spring Street, Scottdale, Pa., Thursday, Oct. 20, 1994, from 7 to 9 p.m., and will be received today from 2 to 9 p.m.
SUTHERLAND, ALICE REBECCA— Age 73 years of R.D. No. 1, Hopwood, Pa. died Monday, October 4, 1971 in Uniontown Hospital at 2:15 p.m. Preceding her in death was her husband Ray in 1946. Surviving are two sons, Jesse Mann of Ellsworth, Pa., and Ray of Hopwood; two daughters, Mrs. Patsy (Helen) Pizzolo, Lancaster, Pa., Mrs. Leo (Hazel) Makovsky, Fayette City: ten grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mary and Josephine, both of Akron, Ohio. She was a member of Central Christian Church. Friends will be received in the Jerome W. Shell Funeral Home, 164 S. Mt. Vernon Avenue today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. where funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. with Dr. Earl Canier Officiating.
Ray Sutherland, 79 years, of Hopwood, Pennsylvania passed away Wednesday, April 6, 2011 in Uniontown Hospital. He was born on Thursday, April 9, 1931 in Washington, Pennsylvania the son of Roy and Alice (Wilson) Sutherland. He was a member of Central Christian Church, Uniontown. He was a veteran serving in the United States Navy during the Korean War and was a member of the General George C. Marshall AMVETS Post 103 in Hopwood and also the Hutchinson Sportsmen's Club. He graduated from Indiana Technical College in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Ray was an Engineer with Rockwell International where he was awarded 'Engineer of the Year' in 1980. Ray was predeceased by his parents; and a sister, Hazel Makovsky. Surviving are his wife, Willa Fern Shelling Sutherland; two children: Ray B. Sutherland and wife Marcia of Elwood City, Pennsylvania and Kathy Masi and husband Mitchell of Hopwood; grandchildren: Matthew, Pamela Masi and Mitchell A. Masi; a brother, Jesse 'Jack' Mann and his wife Antonette of Ellsworth, Pennsylvania; a sister, Helen Pizzolo of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; numerous nieces and nephews; and his faithful companion, 'Duchess'. Friends will be received in the DONALD R. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME, Hopwood, today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. and Friday, April 8, 2011 until 11 a.m., the hour of the Service with the Rev. Randy Costolo officiating. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery, Uniontown, where Military Rites and Honors will be accorded by General George C. Marshall AMVETS Post 103 of Hopwood, Pennsylvania.
Belle Jane SUTTLE died in 1862. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(4)
At Peryopolis, Fayette County , Pa., of Consumption, Belle Jane, daughter of Thomas J. and Hannah E. Suttle, aged 10 years 9 months and 23 days.
The Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa., June 26, 1862.
Vol. 2. No. 21. pg 5, col. 3.
SUTTON— April 10th, of Congestion of the Brain, Calvin P. Sutton, in the 16th year of his age. Within a comparatively short space of time, the family circle to which our young friend belonged has been sadly broken by the cold hand of death. First an older brother was suddenly cut off by an accident, then ___ a loving and devoted mother, and now the younger brother, just in the morning of his life, has also fallen. May these solemn and afflictive providences admonish us all that we have no abiding or continuing city here. ___ to make haste to seek one that is to come.
Charles E. Sutton, 75, of Fairchance, died at Uniontown Hospital. He was a member of the U.M.W.A. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Josephine Mitchell Sutton; three sons, including Russell of Fairchance; a daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Genevieve) Swaney of Fairchance; 11 grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; six brothers, Jesse, Omer, Robert and Joseph of Fairchance and Rubin and Elias of Smithfield. R.D. and five sisters, including Mrs. Samuel (Nora) Bowlen and Mrs. Cora Steve of Fairchance. He was predeceased by a sister, Eliza Jane Ellsworth, in June 1966.
In Georges township, on Saturday the 19th inst., Mr. DAVID SUTTON, aged ___(unreadable) years.
Ernest C. Sutton
Ernest C. Sutton, age 75, of Brownsville, Pa., died Thursday, August 2, 2012 surrounded by his family. He was born on May 3, 1937 in Myersdale, Pa., the son of the late Elmer and Laura Housel Sutton. He was preceded in death by his wife, Edna Mae Stimmel Sutton; daughter, Roxanne; sister, Katherine and brothers, John and George. He worked as a coal miner from 1974 thru 1986 and at Southwest Marina and Boat World from 1987 thru 1993. He was a member of UMWA Local 762. He loved his animals and being outside working in the yard and was always busy. He also enjoyed all kinds of auctions. He is survived by his sister, Carrie; son-in-law, Dana Berish, Sr. and wife Kimberly Berish, his caregiver; five grandchildren, Dana Berish, Jr. and wife, Katrina, Duke Berish and sons, Christiana and husband, Bill Brewer and children, Jolene and husband, Jamie Swihart and son, Katherine and husband, Peter Kasper and children and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in the SKIRPAN FUNERAL HOME, 135 Park St., Brownsville, PA on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. where a funeral service will be held on Monday at 1:00 p.m. with the Rev. Kenneth Thompson officiating. Interment will be in LaFayette Memorial Park. www.skirpanfuneralhome.com
SUTTON— May 8, Harvey Sutton of south Union township, aged about 63 years.
Mrs. Lydia M. Sutton, aged 59 years, six months, 29 days died Saturday, June 10, 1933 at 1:28 p.m. in her home, near Sulphur Springs, Death was due to complications. Surviving are her husband, William E. Sutton; six daughters, and seven sons, as follows: Mrs. William Ellsworth and Mrs. Samuel Bolen, Fairchance; Mrs. Earl Wolf, Smithfield; Mrs. Coleman Walton, Uniontown; Mrs. George Steve, Fairchance; Elizabeth, at home; Jesse L. and Charles E., Fairchance; Reuben F., William O., Robert E., Joseph W., and Elias E., of Smithfield. Four brothers, Asbury Lilly, Uniontown; Elias Lilly, Tower Hill; John of Allison and Robert of Smithfield; 33 grandchildren and one great grandchild, also survive. Services will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with additional services in the Fairchance Free Methodist church, in charge of Rev. Long and Rev. Leight. Burial in Maple Grove cemetery.
SUTTON— In South Union township, Nov. 30, 1869, Martha Sutton, consort of Harvey Sutton, aged sixty-two years. Mrs. Sutton was remarkable for her industry, benevolence and affectionate disposition, with kind words for all. She had no enemies, but many friends, and died as she lived, a practical christian, and member of the Uniontown Baptist Church.
Mary Belle Sutton
Mary Belle Sibert Sutton, 80 years of Smithfield, Pa. died August 11, 2012 and went to be with her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. She was born June 10, 1932 in collier, Pa. daughter of George Warren Sibert and Anna Madaline Collier Sibert. Preceding her in death were her parents and a brother, George Sibert Jr. Mary Belle was a member of the first Baptist Church of Fairchance; the Church Choir and the Philathea Sunday School Class. Surviving are her loving family: loving husband of 52 years, Osman E. Sutton; daughter, Deborah S. Geiss Nicklow; grandchildren: Kristin Nasal and husband Joe and Angela Kutek and husband David; great-grandchildren: Benjamin and Owen Nasal and David Kutek Jr.; sisters: Anna Meryl Rutt, Loretta Rosenbaum and Naomi Tercha and husband Joe; brother, Robert Sibert and wife Pat and many loving nieces, nephews and close friends. The family will receive friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church Street, Fairchance, Pa. on Friday from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Additional viewing in the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 17 North Morgantown Street, Fairchance, Pa. on Saturday, August 18, 2012 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. with Rev. Pete Malik officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Moriah Baptist Cemetery, Smithfield, Pa.
NATHANIEL SUTTON, of South Union township, was killed on Thursday morning last, by a tree falling on his head. He was engaged in cutting timber, and a tree that had lodged, fell upon him, producing his death in a few hours. He was a highly esteemed citizen, and leaves a wife and child to deplore his untimely death.
SUTTON— Nov. 29th, of croup, Omer, child of Mr. John Sutton, near Smithfield, Pa., aged 8 months and 22 days.
SUTTON— April 28th, 1868, at his residence in Smithfield, Fayette county, Pa., after a lingering illness caused by Consumption, which he bore with great resignation, William R. Sutton, in the 31st year of his age.
Campbell SWAIN died in 1862. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(49)
June 2nd, '62, CAMPBELL, son of John and Sarah Swain, in Bullskin tp., aged 2 years and 4 months.
The Genius of Liberty. Uniontown, Pa., July 3, 1862.
Vol 2, No. 22. pg 5, col. 3.
Earl “Les” Swallop, 88, died in Houston, Texas, May 24, 1995. He was a sales manager for Anchor Hocking Glass for 42 years. He is survived by his wife, Addie.
Alfred G. Swan of Luzerne township died Friday, aged 77 years. He was a wealthy and influential citizen and was for years a ruling elder in the Hopewell Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, four daughters and one son.
Connellsville — Beatrice A. Swan, 75, of Connellsville, died unexpectedly, Tuesday, May 21, 2002, in Highlands Hospital, Connellsville. She was born Jan. 31, 1927, in Wheeler, a daughter of the late Robert E. and Annabelle Cominsky Swan. She was a graduate of the former Dunbar Township High School with the Class of 1944. She had worked as a clerk for the former Swan's Drug Store in Connellsville and the Second Selection Store in Uniontown. She was a member of the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Connellsville.
She is survived by a sister, Betty J. Callahan of Connellsville; a brother, Wayne Swan and his wife, June of Kissimmee, Fla.; a niece, Sheila Metz of Connellsville; and two nephews, Wayne Swan, Jr., of South Carolina, and Patrick Swan of England. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Robert E. "Duck" Swan.
Family and friends will be received in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, on Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m., and on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m., in the funeral home, with the Rev. Dr. Byron Tate Fulton officiating. A committal service and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville.
Betty E. Swan, age 86, of Mount Lebanon, formerly of Uniontown passed away Wednesday, July 27, 2005 in the Manorcare Health Services of North Hills. She was born September 28, 1918 in Aliquippa, Pa., to Frederick and Laura Peoples Duggan.
In addition to her parents, her husband William L. Swan preceded her in death in 1987, along with sisters Noreen Flynn Drylie, Margaret Flynn DePaulis, Frances Flynn and Beatrice Flynn Hackler. She was a member of the Saint John's Evangelist Church, UCC, Uniontown Hospital Auxiliary, the Bridge Club and served as a board member of the Laurel House. Surviving are her daughter Kathleen Swan of Pittsburgh, and sisters: Audrey Wagner and husband Charles A. of North Versailles, and Winfred Duggan of Holland, Pa.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, INC., 80 Morgantown Street, Uniontown, Pa., where friends will be received on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 to 8:30 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, 50 Jefferson Street, Uniontown with the Rev. Father William Kiel as Celebrant. Interment will follow in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. A Blessing Service will be held Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial emails may be sent to the family at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kissimmee, Fla. — Beverly June Swan, 80, of Kissimmee, Fla., formerly of Connellsville, died Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010, in Florida. She was born Nov. 14, 1929, in Greensburg, a daughter of the late Clarence H. and Edna DeBolt Given. She was a graduate of Connellsville High School, class of 1948.
She is survived by her husband, Wayne H. Swan; two sons, Wayne Swan, of North Carolina, and Patrick Swan and his wife, Sarah, of London, England.
There will be no public viewing or services for Mrs. Swan. Private interment will be in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville. Arrangements are under the direction of the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville. To sign the guest registry, please visit www.brooksfuneralhomes.com .
Charles D. Swan, 73, of Carmichaels, Pa., died at 10:15 p.m., on Saturday, June 14, 2003, at the Ruby Memorial Hospital, Morgantown, W.Va. Mr. Swan was a 1948 graduate of Clay-Battelle High School, Blacksville, W.Va. Early in his working life, Mr. Swan was employed at the former Moore's Bakery at Waynesburg, Pa. He owned and operated Jefferson Auction for 35 years and worked as a driver’s license examiner for the Pennsylvania State Police for a total of 25 years in Philadelphia, Pa., Washington, Pa., and lastly at Waynesburg, Pa. He retired from that position in 1994.
His wife, Ruth Presock Swan, whom he married on Sept. 29, 1963, survives. Also surviving are a son, William Carlton Michael Swan of Martinsburg, W.Va.; three daughters, Belinda Lou Swan of Waynesburg, Kelli Kathleen Baney of Rawlings, Md., and Heather Michaela Swan of Fort Ashby, W.Va.; six grandchildren; a brother, Louis William Swan of East Liverpool, Ohio; a sister, Natica C. Bruno of Waynesburg; a half brother, William Louis Swan of Chesapeake, Va.; two half sisters, Anna Rose Burgoyne of Tunnelton, W.Va., and Dottie Lou Snow of Nashville, Tenn.; and several nieces and nephews.
There will be no public viewing or memorial service. All arrangements are private and under the direction of the Yoskovich Funeral Home, 300 South Vine St., Carmichaels, Pa.
Daniel C. SWAN died in 1858. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(17)
On the 25th ult., of Congestion of the Brain, Daniel C. son of Mrs. Sarah E. Swan, aged 18 months.
The Genius of Liberty, Uniontown, Pa. April 1, 1858
Dorothy Swan, the 12-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Swan of New Salem, died Wednesday evening in the Uniontown hospital following an operation for appendicitis.
Douglas A. Swan, 69, of Indian Head, passed away peacefully Tue., April 10, 2012, in the Cedars Hospice Center, Monroeville. He was born April 29, 1942 in Connellsville a son of the late Elmer M. "Bud" and Helen B. Dawson Swan. Doug was a member of the New Beginnings Fellowship Center in Ligonier. Doug was a true servant to his fellow man. He was always willing to help people in anyway he could. He had a true servants heart. Doug will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by his loving family, his wife of 46 years, Marie L. McCormack Swan, his son Rev. Brian Swan and wife Kelly of Pittsburgh, his grandsons Colton and Clay Swan of Pittsburgh, and his brothers John R. Swan and E. David Swan both of Walhalla, SC., and Eugene D. Swan of Normalville, and his best friends john and Pat Arzbacher of Connellsville. Family and friends will be received Wed. from 7-9 PM and Thur. from 2-4 and 7-9 PM in the Brooks Funeral Home Inc, 111 E. Green St. Connellsville (724- 628-1430) where a funeral service will be held Fri. at 11:30 AM, with his son, Rev. Brian Swan officiating. A committal service and interment will follow in Green Ridge Memorial Park, Pennsville. To sign the on line guest registry please visit www.brooksfuneralhomes.com
SWAN, ETHEL BLANCHE— Age 87 years of Millersburg, Ohio, formerly of 11 Paisley Ave., Uniontown, died Tuesday, January 14, 1975 in Millersburg, Ohio. She was the daughter of the late Huston and Lucinda Brown Leckey. She was a life member of the former Second Presbyterian Church, and the Rebeccas. She was predeceased by her husband, James Richard Swan on December 27, 1965. Surviving are the following children, J. Richard, and Robert L., both of Orlando, Florida, Mrs. Carl P. (Lucinda) Show, Yardley, Pa., and Lt. Col. Retired Curtis Eugene Swan, San Antonio, Texas; twelve grandchildren; seventeen great grandchildren; a brother Quay Leckey. Friends will be received in the Edward E. Minerd Funeral Home, 196 W. Main St., Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday until 11 a.m. the hour of service. Dr. Vincent T. Ross will officiate. Interment in Oak Grove Cemetery.
SWAN, MISS FRANCES, died in Baltimore, Wednesday, February 23, 1944. She was the daughter of the late Charles and Ruth Phillips Swan. She was a life long resident of Luzerne Township and was preceded in death by one brother, William Swan and two sisters, Laura and Martha E. S. Goe. She is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Philip Gottling of Baltimore and Mrs. John H. Dunn of Uniontown. Funeral services at the Ross Funeral Home, Brownsville, Saturday afternoon, February 26, 1944 at 2 o’clock with Rev. Thomas DeLawrence officiating. Interment in Redstone cemetery.
Helen B. Dawson Swan, 86, of Indian Head, Pa., formerly of Connellsville, Pa., died Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2004, in Highlands Hospital, Connellsville, Pa. She is survived by sons, John R. Swan of Walhalla, S.C., Douglas A. Swan of Indian Head, Eugene Swan of Normalville and E. David Swan of Walhalla, S.C.; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a sister, Dorothy Hollister of Davie, Fla.
Friends will be received at the Brooks Funeral Home Inc., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville until 1 p.m. today.
Funeral services will be held at the Minerd Funeral Home at 2 p. m. today for James R. Swan, 70, of 11 Paisley Ave., who died suddenly Tuesday. Dr. John V. Berger of the Second Presbyterian Church will officiate, and burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends are being received at the Funeral home. Mr. Swan was with the Fayette Coke Co. at Shamrock for several years, and more recently had been associated with the Keystone Garage. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Blanche Lackey Swan; four children, Richard, Memphis, Tenn.; Robert, Cleveland; Maj. Eugene, with the Air Force in Germany, and Mrs. Carl (Lucinda) Show, Fairless Hills; 11 grandchildren; and 2 sisters. William Shriver, Uniontown, and Mrs. Prudence Gribble, Eureka, Calif.
Mrs. Jane E. Swan, aged 101 years, seven months and 10 days, believed to have been the oldest resident of Fayette county, died at 11:15 o’clock Saturday morning, in her home 235 Prospect street, South Brownsville. Mrs. Swan suffered a fall about two months ago and though she fractured no bones she never fully recovered from the shock. Surviving are four children: Miss Margaret Swan at home, Mrs. Harry Marshall, South Brownsville; Henry and Richard Swan. There are also a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren surviving. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon in the residence with Rev. J. Herbert Garner, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Brownsville, Rev. W. Scott Bowman, superintendent of Redstone Presbytery, and Rev. Earl L. Stehman, pastor of the Central Presbyterian church, Brownsville, in charge. Burial will be in Bridgeport cemetery.
Kathryn B. Swan
Kathryn B. Swan, 90, of Connellsville, widow of the late William H. Swan Sr., who died in 1996, passed away Tuesday, April 30, 2002. She was born May 15, 1911, in Youngwood, a daughter of the late George S. and Minnie P. Morris Kern. She was a 1929 graduate of Connellsville High School. She and her late husband operated Swan's Appliances of Connellsville. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star 247, Connellsville, and a charter member of the East Connellsville United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women. She was viewed as a grandmother by all who loved her. She leaves a son, William H. Swan Jr. and wife, Andrea, of Connellsville; two daughters, Judy Nardone and husband, Evan, of Connellsville and Linda Brubaker and husband, James, of Chazey, N.Y.; a daughter, Marjorie Lee Tressler and husband, James A., of Westerville, Ohio, are both deceased; grandchildren, Jeanine Tressler Howell, Janet Tressler Davis, Kimberly L. Work, Kathryn L. Work Enos, William H. Swan III, Kelly Swan Fuchs, Amy and Timothy Swan, Brian and Matthew Brubaker; great-grandchildren, Jessica, Jennifer and Juliann Howell, Jordan and Jason Davis, Jacob, Tyler and Logan Swan, Samuel, Noah and Nicholas Fuchs and Alysandra Swan; four sisters, Floretta Bradley and Laurena Stewart of South Connellsville, Dorothy Jean Love and Nelda Graham and husband, Art, all of Connellsville; several nieces and nephews; and many dear friends. In addition to those mentioned, she was predeceased by four brothers, Clyde, Roy, George W. and infant Wilbert Kern; and an infant sister, Ruth Kern. Friends will be received at the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville, today from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Additional viewing Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m., the time of service, in the East Connellsville United Methodist Church with the Rev. Elmer Reamer officiating. Entombment, Green Ridge Memorial Park Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, family suggest memorials to the East Connellsville United Methodist Church.
Laura SWAN died in 1941. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(84)
Miss Laura Swan, daughter of the late Charles and Ruth Phillips Swan, and a lifelong resident of Luzerne township, died yesterday at the house of her sister, Mrs. James H. Goe, in her 80th year.
Surviving are two sisters, Miss Frances Swan and Mrs. Goe, and two nieces, Mrs. Philip F. Gottling of Baltimore and Mrs. John H. Dunn of Uniontown.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Goe home.
Again has the archer shot his fatal dart into our midst, and cut down, in the prime of life a lovely and beloved member of the Presbyterian Church of Dunlap's Creek. Mrs. Miranda Swan, consort of Presly Swan, died at the residence of her father, Mr. John Hibbs, on the 5th inst. Her disease was the rapid form of pulmonary consumption. She has left an afflicted husband and five young children to mourn their early and irreparable loss. To her death's sudden approach did not seem a surprise. Obedient to the divine injunction she appeared to have her "house set in order." Dying with her was truly like going home, such was the heavenly tranquility that reigned around her and pervaded her mind through all her last sickness. It was the edifying close of a truly Christian life, in which divine race wrought out its befitting fruits. She had selected as expressive of her views and feelings in the prospect of her change, to be sung at her funeral service, that beautiful hymn
Brownsville, June 15.—Mrs. Ruth Swan, wife of Charles H. Swan, died at her home in Luzerne township on Sunday at noon, June 14, 1903, aged 77 years. Deceased is survived by her husband and three children, Mrs. James Goe, Misses Fannie and Laura at home; also by five brothers: William and Solomon Phillips of Uniontown, Thomas Phillips of Upper Middletown, James A. Phillips of Washington county and Dr. Ellis Phillips of New Haven.
Of Dysentery, on the 29th of Oct. 1865, William H. only son
of Charles H. and Ruth Swan, in the 11th year of his age. God loved
the loving boy.
"From adverse blasts and lowering storms, His favored soul He bore; And with yon bright angelic forms, He lives to die no more."
Death won in a pony race between Bud Swaney and his brother Jake, aged 15 years, at Mount Braddock last evening. In the friendly contest, Bud, who is 25 years old, was thrown from his pony and sustained injuries from which he died at the Uniontown Hospital last night at 11 o’clock. After their work yesterday the two young men, each of whom owned a pony, agreed to race from the street railway station to the brick works and return. The two ponies mixed up at the run and Bud was thrown to the ground. He struck his head and lay unconscious. His brother ran his pony on to the end of the course before it was discovered that Bud was badly hurt. The was hurried to the hospital as rapidly as possible. Both young men were well known around Mount Braddock and were popular. Coroner Hagan was notified of the death. It is not probable that an inquest will be conducted as the death was purely accidental.
Bud Swaney's remains were buried in Park Place Cemetery on Sunday, followed by a large concourse of relatives and friends. Two special cars were run on the West Penn.
Notes from contributor:
Father–Thomas Farr Swaney
Mother–Alcinda Mitchell Swaney
Charles W. Swaney, 79, of Hiller, Pa., died Saturday, July 26, 2003 in Brownsville General Hospital. Born February 1, 1924 in Mount Braddock, Pa., he was the son of Lester A. Swaney, Sr. and Carrie McNatt Swaney. Mr. Swaney worked for Sun Oil Refining and Marketing Company in Greensburg prior to his retirement in 1981.He was a member of First United Methodist Church in Brownsville for over 50 years.He also served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II with the Ninth Air Force in Europe. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Jean M. Teasdale Swaney, by brothers, Albert, Ralph, Frank, Henry and Robert Swaney, and by parents. Charles will be sadly missed by his wife, Doris Marks Swaney; by children: C. Keith Swaney, Cleveland, Ohio, Kenneth L. Swaney and wife Shirley, Cleveland, Ohio, Dennis R. Swaney and wife, Debbie, California, Pa., Barbara and husband Stephen O'Brien, Fairfax, Virginia, and Jeffrey S. Swaney, Keyser, West Virginia; by brothers: Thomas and Edwin G. both of Cleveland, Ohio; by sisters: Lillian White, Fredericktown, Pa., Gertrude Porter, Denbo, Pa., Catherine DeBord, Cleveland, Ohio, and Carrie Ann Davis, Iowa; by 11 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, one stepdaughter and husband, two step grandchildren and two step great grandchildren. The Family will receive Friends in the CONFER FUNERAL HOME, 515 Front Street, Brownsville, Pa., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Funeral Services will be then conducted with the Rev. Paul Wilson of First Methodist Church, Brownsville, officiating. Interment will follow in LaFayette Memorial Park, Brier Hill, Pa. Contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church Women's Society, Church Street, Brownsville, PA 15417.
Clark D. SWANEY died in 1938. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Clark D. Swaney, 68, for 15 years school director in Georges township and a brother of D. Ferd Swaney, died at 9:45 o'clock last night in the family home near Fairchance after a long illness.
He had been in failing health for several months and died following a stroke last evening. His death came as a blow to his many friends in Georges township and vicinity where he had been a farmer before ill health forced his retirement.
He was a son of the late Daniel and Martha Swaney. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Suda Swaney; three daughters, Mrs. Jane Hugh, Helen and Ruth Swaney, and a son, Ferd, all of Georges township; two brothers, D. Ferd Swaney, Georges township, and Jesse J. Swaney, of Hollywood, Cal. Preceding him in death were a daughter, Effie; one brother, Ewing B. Swaney, and a sister, Mrs. Martha E. Moats.
(Standard - June 4, 1938)
Eleanor Stephens Swaney, 83, of Redstone Highlands, Greensburg, and formerly of Belle Vernon and Monessen, died Thursday in Westmoreland Regional Hospital. She is survived by three daughters, Lynne Swaney McConnell of Monroeville, Nan Swaney Jones of Perryopolis, and Vicki Swaney Henderson of Redmond, Wash., five grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held in First Presbyterian Church of Belle Vernon today at 2 p.m. Arrangements are under direction of the Ferguson Funeral Home, 700 Broad Ave., Belle Vernon.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– April 29, 1912
Died—– January, 1996
Elizabeth B. Kennison Swaney, 80, of Uniontown, R.D. 6 (Stoney Point) passed away suddenly Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1994, in her residence. She was born October 12, 1913, in German Township, daughter of the late Joseph and Rose Bukowski. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her first husband, Mort Kennison; and her second husband, Henry Swaney; by two sisters, Mary Lint and Kathryn Blystone; and two brothers, Jake and Frank Bukowski. She is survived by the following children, Mrs. Ralph (Dolores) Freidel of Pittsburgh, James Kennison of Buffalo, N.Y., Mrs. John (Betty) Barry of Uniontown, R.D. 6 (Stoney Point), and Mort Kennison, Jr. of Picture Rock; 20 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; a sister, Agnes Steel of Grand Haven, Mich.; and three brothers, Joseph of Elyria, Ohio, Andrew of Chicago, Ill., and Albert of Palm Bay, Fla.
SWANEY, ELZA EWING— Aged 60, R. D. 2, Uniontown (Hutchinson), husband of Mary Moser Swaney, died in his residence Friday, December 1, 1961 at 11:45 a.m. Born in Fairchance he was a son of the late William and Hannah Swaney. He was employed as maintenance man by the South Union Schools. In addition to his widow he is survived by one son, William E., Willoughby, O.; three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Lytle, Brownfield; Mrs. Joan Edenfield, Aliquippa; Mrs. Shurley Kmetz, Perryopolis; eleven grandchildren; one brother, Russell, Brownfield; two sisters, Mrs. Fannie Riggar, Rosedale; Mrs. Frieda Riggar, Wilmington, Del. He was a member of the Brownfield Methodist Church. Friends will be received after 7 p.m. today in the Wagner-Cooley Funeral Home, Fairchance until 12 noon Monday and in the Brownfield Methodist Church from 1 until 2 p.m. the hour of service. The Rev. Harold Wilhams will officiate. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery.
Jackie Lee Swaney, infant son of Mr. & Mrs. William Swaney of North Union Twp. near Coolspring, died at the family home Saturday morning at 8:30 of pneumonia. Surviving are his parents, and two brothers, William and Leroy Swaney at home. Funeral services will be held at the home this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Rigger of The Free Methodist Church will officiate. Burial under the direction of R. L. Sharp of Fairchance will follow in Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown.
UNIONTOWN, May 24.— The body of Jacob Swaney was found in Coal Lick Run in the rear of the McCormick & Miller stable Sunday morning. Considerable mystery surround his death. When found the body was lying face downward in about three feet of water, and it is the general supposition that he was intoxicated and fell into the stream while in this condition. Swaney was about 40 years old, and for a number of years, lived in Dunbar. He had been employed in Uniontown for some time as a teamster. The remains were removed to the home of his sister, Mrs. C. W. Ellenberger, in Millvale Street.
Relatives and friends lf Jacob Swaney who was found in Coal Lick run requested a post mortem examination of the remains and after preparations were made, objected to it being performed. The county authorities state that the man met his death accidentally.
Notes from contributor:
Burial–Park Place Cemetery, Uniontown
Lewis M. SWANEY died in 1937. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Lewis M. Swaney, aged 61 years, two months and 16 days, died at 1:45 p.m. Monday, April 6, 1937, in his home in Grays Landing.
Surviving are the widow, Oma Hunter Swaney, and the following children: Elmer, Masontown; Lewis, Jr., Grays Landing; Garet, at home; Hannah, Julia, Esther and Margaret, all at home.
Services will be held in the family residence, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. Floyd Sibert officiating. Burial will probably be in the Fairchance cemetery.
Mrs. Margaret C. Swaney, aged 76 years, died Tuesday morning, February 28, 1922, at 10:25 o’clock at her home in Fairchance. She was the widow of Joseph M. Swaney and was a life-long resident of the Fairchance region. For practically her entire life she had been active in the work of the Fairchance Presbyterian church, being one of its oldest members. Surviving are one son, Charles, two daughters, Miss Perrie and Mrs. Jenny Board, one sister, Mrs. Mary Jane Goodwin, and one brother, L. G. Hartman, of Elkins, W. Va. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Friends have been asked to omit flowers.
Mary L. Swaney, 60, of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pa., passed away on Tuesday, January 3, 2006, in the Uniontown Hospital. She was born October 9, 1945, in Uniontown, Pa., the daughter of Margaret Wilson Bosley, of Uniontown, and the now late Earl. V. Bosley. Mary was a graduate of the former North Union High School, Fayette County, Pa., in 1963, and on the Class of 1963 Reunion Committee. She was a former owner of the Vermin Control Company. Her family was the joy of her life.
In addition to her mother, she is survived by two sons: Donald L. Swaney and his wife, Mary E. Swaney, of Uniontown, and Ronald A. Swaney and wife, Lisa, of Fredericksburg, Virginia; five grandchildren: Donald L. Swaney, III, Sara L. Swaney, Katheryn Swaney, Zachary Swaney and Emily Swaney; two sisters: JoAnne Stallard, of Wayne, New Jersey, and Linda Bosnic and husband Mike, of Uniontown, and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, INC., 80 Morgantown Street, Uniontown, Pa., where family will receive friends on Thursday, from 1 until 3 p.m. and 6 until 8 p.m. Mass time to be announced. ©The Herald Standard 2006
Michele E. Hugh "Mickey" Swaney, 66, of Uniontown, Pa. died suddenly on December 6, 2010. She was born August 9, 1944, daughter of the late Warren Hugh and Beatrice Smith Hugh. Preceding her in death are her parents, step-father, Milbourn Leydig, brother, Melbourn "Midge" Leydig, Jr., and sister, Rebecca Brisky.
Surviving are her children: Kimberly Coffman, Derek Swaney, Deanna Szwedko, Yvonne Miller and Trent Swaney; grandchildren: Denny, Tony, Amanda, Heather, Brittney, Erica, Cody, Samantha, Jesse, Emery, Amber, Ryan, Kaleigh, Adam, Brandon and Tatiana; great-grand- children: Haley, Makenna, Brendan, Justin, Anthony, Dillon, Madison and Haven; brothers and sisters: Joyce, Charlie, Cindy and Robert and nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends in the DEAN C. WHITMARSH FUNERAL HOME, 134 West Church Street, Fairchance, Pa., on Thursday, December 9, 2010 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Services begin at 8:00 p.m. Interment will be private for the family.
Robert E. Swaney, 67, of Newbury Park, Calif., died March 25 at his home. Surviving are three children, all of California; four grandchildren, all of California; and two sisters, Mrs. William (Susan) Hart and Mrs. Charles (Barbara) Bryner, both of Connellsville. Funeral services were held in California.
Social Security Death Index:
Born—– June 13, 1926
Died—– March 25, 1994
Thomas Farr Swaney, 92, retired lumber dealer, died at 3:15 a.m., Sunday, November 28, 1948, in his home, 447 Coolspring street, following an extended illness. Born in Ohiopyle, Mr. Swaney was the son of Alpheus and Lucinda Farr Swaney. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Vincent Victor, were among the first pioneers to settle in Pennsylvania from Old Virginia. Mr. Swaney was a member of the Free Methodist church. Preceded in death by his wife, Alcinda Mitchell Swaney, on April 2, 1944, he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Tillie Gibson, Mrs. Minnie Keighley, Mrs. Edna Swaney Rhodes, Mrs. Jeannette Shaw, three sons, Clifford, Jacob M. and John C., all of Uniontown; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Ellenberger, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Lester Blaney, Uniontown; 14 grandchildren and 15 great- grandchildren. Two sons, Harry and Bud, and one daughter, Della Harper, also preceded him in death. Friends are being received after 5:30 today in the home, where funeral services will be conducted at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Rev. F. T. Diddle, of the Free Methodist church, will officiate, assisted by Dr. Cary S. Osborne, of Great Bethel Baptist church. Burial will be in Park Place cemetery under the direction of the Minerd Funeral Home.
SWANEY, THOMAS FARR, aged 92, died in his home, 447 Coolspring street, Sunday, November 28, 1948, at 3:15 a.m., following a lingering illness. Born in Ohiopyle, he was the son of the late Altheus and Lucinda Farr Swaney. Mr. Swaney was a retired lumber dealer and a member of the Free Methodist Church. Surviving are these children, Clifford, Jacob M. and John C. Swaney Rhodes and Mrs. Jeannette Shaw; 14 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Ellenberger of Pittsburgh; Mrs. Lester Blaney of Uniontown. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alcinda Swaney in 1944; two sons, Harry and Bud and one daughter, Mrs. Della Harper. Funeral services will be conducted in the late home Wednesday, December 1, at 4 p.m. with Rev. Fred T. Diddle officiating and assisted by Dr. Carey S. Osborne. Interment will be in Park Place cemetery, under the direction of the Minerd Funeral Home. Friends will be received in the late home after 5:30 p.m. today
SWANGER, MRS. BESSIE ANN— Aged 63, Smithfield, died Wednesday, December 12, 1962, at 12:50 a.m., in the Uniontown Hospital. She was predeceased by her husband, Grover Swanger in 1960. She is survived by these children, Charles Ray, Smithfield; Robert Roy, Pt. Marion; Mary Kathryn, Smithfield, Mrs. Aileen Zentkovich, Smithfield, R. D. 1; nine grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Robert Clark, Martin; Roger Clark, Cornish; Mrs. Mae Chapman, Smithfield; Mrs. Emma Krichbaum, Smithfield; Mrs. Loretta Rhodes, Masontown. She was a member of the Methodist Church, Smithfield, W.S.C.S. and Ruby Bible Class. Friends will be received in the James B. Vance Funeral Home, Smithfield today and Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 until Saturday at noon and in the Methodist Church from 1 until 2 p.m. the hour of service. The Rev. Jack Richardson and Rev. Paul Harcy will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Moriah Baptist Cemetery.
The funeral service for Charles C. Swank, 29, of 103 Gibson Terrace, who died at 10 p.m. Monday in Frick Community Hospital, Mount Pleasant, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Scottdale Church of the Nazarene. There will be a prayer service at 1:30 p.m. in the Brooks funeral home. The Rev. Elwood O’Dell will officiate. Interment will be in the Greenlick Cemetery.
Donald Ray "Javo" Swank, 65, of Connellsville, passed away Monday, Dec. 3, 2012, at home. He was born April 19, 1947, in Kingview, a son of the late John E. Swank and Mildred E. Clites Swank. He was Protestant by faith. Donald was an avid Steelers fan and enjoyed all sports activities. He is survived by his previous wife, Mabel "Dolly" Tressler, of Connellsville; two daughters, Meredith M. Swank and Rebecca L. Jordan and husband, Lawrence, all of Connellsville; a son, John E. Swank and wife, Connie, of Connellsville; five grandchildren; five brothers, Jesse Swank and Richard Swank and wife, Sharon, all of Connellsville, Edward Swank, of Georgia, Franklin Swank, of West Virginia, and Raymond Swank, of Scottdale; two sisters, Margaret Collins, of Scottdale, and Subulla Swank, of Scottdale; his pet dog, Tippy; also several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a brother, Silas Swank; and a sister, Jenny Lou Swank. Friends will be received from 1 to 7 p.m. Wednesday in the VITO C. MARTUCCI FUNERAL HOME, 123 S. First St., West Side, Connellsville, 724- 628-9033. Services will be held at 7 p.m. with Pastor Lee Maley officiating. Interment will be private.
Isaac Swank, 82 years old died this morning at the home of F. W. Martin at South Connellsville. He was a farmer for many years. A son, residing in Pittsburg, and one brother survive. Hittie was 90 years old.
Obituary was submitted twice, showing different publication dates each time.
Nov. 2d, in Bullskin township, at the residence Mr. JACOB SWANK, aged about 93 years. He served in the war of 1812.
James Allen Swank— age 78, of Kingview, Died at home, retired from Duraloy Blaw- Knox, Scottdale after 33 years. He also worked for the Federal Government in Baltimore, MD. He was married to Elsie Gladys Seehofer Swank.
Mabel R. Mills Swank, 82, of Navarre, Ohio, formerly of Vanderbilt, Fayette County, Pa. passed away in her home on Monday, June 19, 2006, following an extended illness. She was born on August 2, 1923, at Virgin Run, Fayette County, Pa., the daughter of William M. Mills, Sr., and Mary E. Foster Mills. She was a homemaker all of her life, and in her younger years she had worked for Spotto's Hardware, in Connellsville, Pa. In Pennsylvania, Mabel raised turkeys for Thanksgiving. Mabel was a doll collector and gardener, and enjoyed sewing, and being with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers, Earl, Raymond, and Kenneth Mills. Mabel is survived by her husband, Eugene H. Swank, to whom she was married for the past 48 years; her son, Robert E. Swank, of Navarre, Ohio; three sisters, Elsie F. Kirk, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., Emma M. (Robert) Grimm, of Vanderbilt, Fayette County, Pa., Ruth N. (Darrell) Harper, of Vanderbilt, Pa.; a brother, William M. (Helen) Mills, of Vanderbilt, Pa.; a sister-in-law, Betty Mills, of Vanderbilt, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be at the LEBOLD FUNERAL HOME, 248 Park Avenue, SW, Bolivar, Ohio 44612, 330-874-3113, on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held in the funeral home on Saturday, June 24, at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Irving Ross officiating. Interment will be in Fort Laurens Cemetery, in Bolivar, Ohio. Donations may be made in honor of Mabel to the Hospice of Tuscarawas, Stark and Carroll County, 201 West Third Street, Dover, Ohio 44622.
Margaret Ann Swank, 74, of Mt. Pleasant, R.D., Bullskin Township, Fayette County, Pa., passed away at 11:55 p.m. Tuesday, April 3, 2007, in RNC of Greater Pittsburgh, Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. Peggy was born in Mt. Pleasant, a daughter of the late Rudolph Earnesty, Sr., and Ethel Michaels Earnesty. She was married to Jack L. Swank, who passed away on June 23, 1997. Peggy was a loving mother, grandmother and sister. She was a 45-year volunteer member of the Girl Scouts of the Crawford neighborhood where she served as a troop leader, founding member of the Connellsville Little House Society and co-leader of Troops 3101 and 3054. Peggy was the recipient of the Green Angel Award in honor of her Girl Scout volunteerism. Years ago, she also worked as a teacher's aide at the Bullskin Township Elementary School, and was a graduate of Scottdale High School, Westmoreland County, Pa., with the class of 1950. Peggy will be sadly missed by her devoted family; her four children, Jacqueline Zupic and husband, Ronald, of Brownsville, Fayette County, Pa., Jack L. Swank, Jr., and Debra, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., Andrea Swank, of Connellsville, and Brian Swank, of Mt. Pleasant; seven grandchildren, Rachel Williams, Stephanie Ruby, Deanna Swank, Richard Swank, Jr., Nicole Swank, Kyle Smith and Hannah Columbus; five great-grandchildren; a sister, Ethel Warman and husband, Robert, of Glassport, Pa.; five brothers, James Earnesty, of Arkansas, Rudy Earnesty and wife, Donna, of Connellsville, Vince Earnesty and wife, Dorothy, of Connellsville, Robert Earnesty and wife, Theresa, of Mt. Pleasant, and Matthew Earnesty and wife, Ann, of Michigan; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Richard Swank, Sr., in October 2006; a grandson, Alex Columbus, on July 3, 2000; two sisters, Emma Earnesty and Madelyn Swank; and three brothers, John, Thomas, and Richard Earnesty. Personalized arrangements are under the professional supervision of the ROBERT B. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, Westmoreland County, Pa., (724-887-5300/email: email@example.com /GPS: N40 degrees 06.136, W79 degrees 35.278). Family and friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, in the Funeral Home Chapel, where Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, with Pastor Robert Bixel, officiating. Graveside Committal Service and Interment will follow in Greenlick Cemetery next to her late husband.
Information taken from the obituary published in the local newspaper.
Mary Marie Rhoades Swank
age 68, of Breakneck Road, Connellsville, who attended the
Connellsville Revival Center.
Mother– Ada Rhoades
Spouse– Thomas W. Swank
Richard A. "Rick" Swank, Sr., 50, of Mt. Pleasant, Bullskin Township, Fayette County, Pa., died Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006, in UPMC Presbyterian, Pittsburgh, Pa. He was born May 6, 1956, in Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., a son of Margaret "Peggy" Earnesty Swank, of Wooddale, Fayette County, Pa., and the late Jack Swank, Sr. Rick was a graduate of Connellsville High School, class of 1974. He was formerly employed by the Ritenour Lumber Co. and he also worked at Union Apparel in Norvelt, Westmoreland County, Pa. He was a member of the Assunta Club and a social member of the Fireman's Club, both of Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland County, Pa. He attended the Paradise United Methodist Church. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Joyce L. Smitley Swank; one son, Richard Swank, Jr., and one daughter, Nicole Swank, both at home; two brothers, Jack Swank, Jr., of Scottdale, Westmoreland County, Pa., and his wife, Debbie, of Connellsville, and Brian Swank, of Wooddale; two sisters, Jackie Zubic and her husband, Ron, of Brownsville, Fayette County, Pa., and Andrea Swank, of Connellsville; and many nieces and nephews. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the BROOKS FUNERAL HOME INC., 406 E. Washington St., Mt. Pleasant, where Services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, with the Rev. Doug Burns, officiating. Interment will follow in the Greenlick Cemetery.
Robert Swank, Jr., 31, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., died November 4, 2008 in UPMC Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. He is survived by his mother, Kimberly Swank; brothers: Shawn Swank and Jason Swank; sisters: Anna Swank and Wendy Sokol. Family and Friends will be received from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today, Friday in the VITO C. MARTUCCI FUNERAL HOME, Connellsville, Pa. until the time of service at 11 a.m. Saturday, November 8.
Susan Marie (Gula) Swank, 51, of Connellsville, Fayette County, Pa., died Sunday, May 27, 2007, in UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. Surviving are her son, Billy L. Swank, III; daughters: Mrs. Sal (Stacey L.) Domina, and Mrs. Tom (Penny S.) Nichelson; six grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, June 4, 2007, in APOSTOLIC HOLINESS CHURCH, Connellsville.
Thomas W. Swank Sr., 74, of Breakneck Road, Connellsville Township, passed away Tuesday afternoon, April 16, 2002, following a vehicular accident in Bullskin Township. He was born April 4, 1928, in Calumet, a son of the late Samuel Emerson Swank Sr. and Sadie Rogers Swank. He was the husband of the late Mary M. (Rhoades) Swank, who passed away Sept. 27, 1996. Tom was a loving father, grandfather and brother to his family. Prior to his retirement in 1982, he was employed as a pipe fitter and cutter by U.S. Steel, National Tube, McKeesport, for 32 years. He attended and enjoyed his time at the Connellsville Revival Center and the Scottdale Assembly of God Church. He also enjoyed fishing and frequenting the Connellsville Senior Citizens Center. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, honorably discharged as a private. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a granddaughter, April Dawn Lint, in October 1999; two sisters, Virginia Swank and Lucinda Wilkins; and six brothers, William, Samuel, James, Jack, Donald and Charles Swank. Tom will be sadly missed by his devoted family: his children, Thomas Swank Jr. and wife, Elvira, of Mount Pleasant, R.D.5, Carol Gray and husband, Bruce, of Yukon, Robert Swank and wife, Kimberly, of Dunbar, Barbara Walters of Alverton and fiancé, George Smith, Earl Swank and wife, Kathaleen, of Dawson, Samuel Swank of Everson and Jonathan Swank and wife, Marcia, of Mount Pleasant; his stepdaughter, Rose Wilkins and husband, John, of Scottdale; numerous grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a sister, Goldie Pritts and husband, Wayne, of Thornwood; and numerous nieces and nephews. Family and friends will be received Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the ROBERT B. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, 724-887-5300. Funeral services will be held Friday at 4 p.m. in the funeral home chapel with Pastors Daniel Cluck and Charles Pringle co-officiating. Graveside committal services and interment will follow in Greenlick Cemetery, Bullskin Township, next to his late wife. A fellowship meal will be held at the home of Thomas Swank Jr. following services. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Love Lasts Forever!
William D. Swank
William David Swank, 51, of Scottdale (Kingview), passed away
at 8:33 p.m., Friday, Feb. 24, 2012, in Excela Health Frick
Hospital, Mt. Pleasant. Bill was born Aug. 23, 1960, in Mt.
Pleasant, a son of the late James Allen and Elsie G. Seehoffer
Swank. He was married to the former Theresa Uhrinek. Bill was a
devoted husband, father, grandfather and brother. He worked as
an attendant at a gas station in Greensburg, and was a member
of the Scottdale Church of the Nazarene. Bill also attended
services at the Scottdale Assembly of God Church, and enjoyed
fishing and playing video games. He was a veteran of the Army,
having served as a sergeant. Bill will be sadly missed by his
loving family; his wife, Theresa Uhrinek Swank; his four
children, Whitney and Ashley Swank, both of Connellsville, and
William and Katrina Swank, both of Scottdale; his three
grandchildren; his three sisters, Janet Swank and Betty
Leasure, both of Scottdale, and Gwendolyn M. Kersten, of
Dawson; his four brothers, Ronald, Harold and James Swank, all
of Dawson, and Donald Swank, of Scottdale; and numerous nieces
and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in
death by a sister, Patty Swank. Personalized arrangements are
under the professional supervision of the ROBERT B. FERGUSON
FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale, (724-887-5300 /
Donald SWANSON died in 1937. His obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
His head crushed by the rear wheels, after he was thrown from the car in which he was riding with his father, 18-year-old Donald Swanson, Uniontown High school senior, died at noon Saturday before he could be removed from the scene of the accident on the Fairfield-Gettysburg highway, four miles west of the latter city.
The youth, with his father, Carl Swanson, of 64 Fayette street, this city, was en route to Philadelphia to spend Easter. Mrs. Swanson and a daughter, Dorothy, remained at home due to a last minute change in plans which originally had included the entire family in the trip.
State Highway Patrolman g. S. Harleman of the Gettysburg sub-station, making
an investigation, said that, tentatively, it was believed the tragedy
occurred when the driver failed to make a sharp curve. The car ???
. chance, and of the Catholic Union.
Prayer in the home at 8:30 o'clock Monday morning is to be followed by requiem high mass at 9 o'clock in the church. Rev. Fr. Thomas Harnyak will officiate. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery.
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(Herald - March 27, 1937)
James B. Swarner, 63, of 2115 Robing Drive, Erie, died Tuesday evening in St. Vincent’s Hospital after a short illness. He was born July 22, 1904, in Connellsville, a son of the late Daniel S. and Edith Eicher Swarner. Prior to his retirement two years ago he was employed by the Firch Baking Co. for 33 years as transport division manager. A member of the Elmond United Presbyterian Church, he served on the board of trustees, was teacher of the Men’s Bible Class, and served on the building committee for the new building erected in 1952. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary Kooser Swarner; three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Carolyn) Giffin of Temple Terrace, Fla., Mrs. James (Mary Lou) Thomas of Erie and Miss Ruth Ann of Euclid, Ohio; seven grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. W. H. Everhart of Erie.
SWARNER— Friends of James B. Swarner of 2115 Robin Drive, Erie, who died Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1968, may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Friday at the Chester A. Schaal Funeral Home, 550 West Ninth St., Erie, where the funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Robert D. Rose, D.D. pastor of Elmwood United Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Anna SWARTZ died in 1934. Her obit was contributed to the Fayette County USGenWeb Project.(2)
Mrs. Anna Swartz, aged 44 years, died at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, September 27, 1934, in the family residence, House 26, Filbert. She is survived by her husband John Swartz; nine children, Charles, at home; Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Dearthtown; Mrs. Helen Utterback, Tower Hill No. 1; Edward, Martha, John, Jr., Anna Mae, Betty Jean and James Swartz, all at home; a sister, Mrs. Paul Roucke, of Connellsville; and a brother, Frank Festog, of Fairbank.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
MOUNT PLEASANR, Nov. 16— Miss Elizabeth Swartz, 54 years old, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Swartz of Bridgeport, died at 2 o’clock this morning at her home, where she had been ill for some time. She was a graduate of the McKeesport Hospital Training School for Nurses, and had been employed at the hospital there until her recent illness. A member of the nurses association and the McKeesport Methodist Church, she is survived by four brothers, Andrew, John and Charles of Mount Pleasant and Thomas of South Hampton, Long Island; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Oldham of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Anne Guilleman of Mahopac, N. Y., Mrs. Jane Beadle of Landover Hill, Md., and Miss Nellie at home. The body was taken to the Grimm funeral home here. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
SWARTZ, LULA JOSEPHINE— Age 71 years of 79 MacArthur Terrace, Uniontown, died Friday, November 14, 1975 at 10:15 a.m. in the Uniontown Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Kisak. She was predeceased by her husband, Albert W. Swartz. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Alberta Lou Priolette, New Stanton, Pa.; a grandson, Gerald T. Dawson Jr., at home. She was predeceased by two brothers, Andrew and John Kisak and two sisters, Mary Kisak and Mrs. Emma Bolash. Friends will be received in the Haky Funeral Home, 139 W. Fayette St., Uniontown, this evening 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday until 1:30 p.m. the hour of service. Rev. Vincent T. Ross will officiate. Interment in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Obituary is typed as published. Surname is spelled differently.
On Thursday last, in the woolen factor, of Stewara & Tate, Sunny Side, near Saltsburg, Westmoreland county, Pa., Mr. Peter Swarts was killed instantly. The following are the particulars: Mr. Swartz in response to the 8 A. M. signal to go to work, repaired to his post and before going to work attempted to shorten one of the bolts, threw it off at the wrong side of the pully, which brought him in direct contact. It caught him around the legs, and in an instant drew him up among three metal pulleys, dashing his head with terrible violence against a beam which supports the second floor, mashing his head into almost innumerable particles, dispensing it in all directions. The skull was broken in many pieces.
William L. Swartz, 86 years old, died Wednesday at his home on the New Salem road, near Sandy Hill.