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>Here are obits for the week of 9/24/01
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>9/24
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>Dorothy Marie STEELE, 79, formerly of Tyrone, RD. 4, died Sunday, Sept.
>23, 2001, at 1:14 am., at Epworth Manor, Tyrone.
>Born Jan. 1, 1922. in Saulsburg, Huntingdon County, she was a daughter
>of the late James L. and Ella (Haulman) Bookhamer. She married Boyd W.
>Steele Oct. 24, 1943, in Tyrone. He preceded her in death Nov. 30, 1991.
>Surviving are a daughter and three sons: Deborah E. Jackson. Petersburg;
>Ret. Col. Edgar W. Steele, Huntingtown. Md.; Richard P Steele, Tyrone;
>and Timothy B. Steele, Spruce Creek. There are nine grandchildren and 17
>great-grandchildren.
>Also surviving are a sister, Margaret Taylor of Clearfield, and a
>brother, James L. Bookhamer of Huntingdon. RD. 2.
>She was preceded in death by a son, Thomas L. Steele, and a sister.
>Mrs. Steele was a member of the Sinking Valley Presbyterian Church,
>where she was a deacon and a member of the Harnish Mission Circle.
>She was also a member of the Tyrone Cootiettes No. 585, Howard Gardner
>American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Epworth Manor Auxiliary: and the
>Tyrone Hospital Auxiliary. She was a Red Cross bloodmobile volunteer for
>25 years and served as a volunteer at the James E. VanZandt VA Medical
>Center in Altoona, with 500 hours of service.
>Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 11 am., at the
>Feller Memorial Home. Tyrone, with the Rev. Bruce Boyles officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Eastlawn Cemetery.
>
>Charles Daniel RUPERT, 52, of rural Alexandria, formerly of Ohio and
>Huntingdon County, died Thursday, Sept. 20, 2001, at J.C. Blair Memorial
>Hospital in Huntingdon.
>Born July 23, 1949, in Huntingdon, he was a son of Charles Elmer and
>Joyce McGinnis Rupert, who survive in Canada.
>On Sept. 9, 1966, at the First Church of the Nazarene in McConnellstown,
>he married Judy Ann Hetrick, who survives at home.
>He was a 1967 graduate of Juniata Valley High School.
>Since 1987 he was a roofer for R. W. Johnson's Construction of Spring
>Mills.
>He was a Protestant.
>He enjoyed hunting and spending time with his grandchildren.
>In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Wanda Denise
>Ruiz of Petersburg and Barbara Joanne Rupert of Alexandria; a sister,
>Virginia Louise Baxter of Canton, Ohio; three brothers, Jeffrey Wayne of
>Massillon, Ohio, David Wesley of Canton, Ohio, and Donald Scott Rupert
>of Phoenix, Ariz., and six grandchildren.
>He was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Kimberly Anne, who died
>in 1971.
>A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m., Monday September 24 at
>Cutright-Speck Funeral Home, 207 Ridge Road, Smithfield with the Revs.
>Thomas and Verna Cahill officiating.
>Burial will be private.
>
>William Edward YINGLING, 66, of RD. 1, Box 292, Porter Township,
>Alexandria, died Friday. Sept. 21, 2001 a 3:45 p.m., at the Altoona
>Hospital.
>Born March 29, 1935, in Altoona, he was a son of the late Edward Ralph
>and Alice Rachel (Wogan) Yingling. He married Nora Elizabeth Graffius
>Aug. 19, 1967, at
>Calvary Independent Baptist Church, Huntingdon with Brother Dick Myers
>officiating. Mrs. Yingling survives at home, along with a son William
>Daniel Yingling of Danville
>Also surviving are two brothers and a sister: David F. Yingling of
>Hesston, John E. Yingling of Center Union and Jane I. Snare of
>Huntingdon.
>Mr. Yingling was a member of Calvary Independent Baptist Church,
>Huntingdon.
>He attended the Huntingdon area schools and had served as an aircraft
>mechanic engineer, with the U.S. Air Force, stationed at McCoy Air Force
>Base in Orlando Fla from May 16, 1955, to Jan 28, 1959
>For many years he worked as a mechanic at the former Specks
>Pontiac-Oldsmobile dealership in Huntingdon. After the dealership was
>sold, he worked at Rog Garner Chevrolet and Car Care for a number of
>years, retiring in 1997.
>A lifetime resident of Huntingdon County, he had resided at his Porter
>Township home for the past 34 years.
>He enjoyed hiking and reading and had a special love for young children.
>Funeral services will he held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the
>Calvary Independent Baptist Church, 300 Standing Stone Ave., Huntingdon,
>with the Rev. Dr. Thomas C. Coleman officiating.
>Interment will he made in the Alexandria Presbyterian Cemetery.
>
>Charles Daniel RUPERT, 52, of RD. I Box 369B, Alexandria, died Thursdav,
>Sept. 20, 2001 at 5:15 p.m. at J.C. Blair Mernorial Hospital. His death
>was sudden and unexpected.
>He was born July 23, 1949, in Huntingdon, the son of Charles Elmer and
>Joyce (McGinnis) Rupert. He married Judy Ann Hetrick Sept. 9. 1966, at
>the First
>Church of the Nazarene, McConnellstown.
>He is survived by his wife at their home, and by his parents in Canada.
>He is also survived by two daughters; Mrs. Ezequiel (Wanda Denise) Ruiz
>of Petersburg and Barbara Joanne Rupert of Alexandria.
>Three brothers, Jeffery Wayne Rupert of Massillion, Ohio; David Wesley
>Rupert of Canton, Ohio, and Donald Scott Rupert of Phoenix, Ariz and a
>sister, Mrs. Paul (Virginia Louise) Baxter of Canton, Ohio survive.
>He is also survived by six grandchildren and was "neighborhood
>grandfather" to a number of young people.
>Mr. Rupert was of the Protestant faith. He graduated from Juniata Valley
>High School in 1967 and had been employed by R.W. Johnson's Construction
>of Spring Mills as a roofer.
>Except for a number of years spent in Ohio., he was a lifetime resident
>of Huntingdon County and had lived at his current residence for the past
>two years. He enjoyed hunting and spending time with his grandchildren.
>A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24 at the
>Cuthright-Speck Funeral Home, 207 Ridge Road, Smithfleld Township, with
>the Revs. Thomas Cahill and Verna Cahill officiating.
>Interment will be private.
>
>Henry L. "Hen" Himes Sr., 73, of RD. 1, Box 330, Mapleton, died at 9
>p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, 2001, at his home. He had been in failing health.
>Born Jan. 1. 1928, in Mount Union, he was a son of the late Lewis Jay
>and Mae (Johnson) Himes. He was united in marriage to Lydia A. Cox June
>15,. 1949, in
>Mount Union.
>Mrs. Himes survives at home, along with four children: Mrs. Dale (Lydia
>M.) Hepner, Yadkinville, N.C.; Mrs. Clyde (Kathy j.) Weidner, Carlisle;
>Mrs. Dwight (Cynthia S.) Aurand, McVeytown. R.D. 1; and Henry L. Himes,
>Lewistown. There are 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
>Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Elizabeth Booher,
>Mount Union; Mrs. George (Minerva) Ziegler, Woodland Retirement Center,
>formerly of
>Mount Union; Annabelle Brant, Mount Union; Melvin "Mike" Himes, Fort
>Littleton, formerly of Mount Union; Josephine Ripple, Lewistown; Mrs.
>Robert (Betty Jane) Counsman, Florida; Helen Baker. Huntingdon; and
>Robert Himes, Mount Union.
>He was preceded in death by two sisters and abrother: Madeline Rhodes,
>Mabel Hampton and Arthur Himes.
>Mr. Himes was of the Protestant faith.
>A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served during World War II and was
>decorated for outstanding marksmanship.
>He retired from Harbison-Walker Refractories in Mount Union, after a
>number of years of service.
>Mr. Himes was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed gardening.
>Funeral services will be held at 11 am. Tuesday. Sept. 25, at the Robert
>D. Heath Funeral Home. Mount Union, with the Rev. Jeff Winstead and the
>Rev. David Maynard officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Mount Union Cemetery.
>
>9/25
>
>Betty J. (Maines) BALDEMOR, 52, of Centerville, Ohio. died Tuesday,
>Sept. 18, 2001, at her residence.
>Born May 30, 1949. in Huntingdon, she was a daughter of Lee B. and Jean
>(Baker) Maines, who survive in Huntingdon. She married Greg Baldemor,
>who survives at home.
>Also surviving are two sons and a daughter: Michael Baldemor. Durham,
>NC.; David Baldemor, Tempe, Ariz.; and Amanda of Chicago. Ill.
>Two brothers survive: Robert Maines of Huntingdon and Jim Maines of
>Lowell, Mass.
>A 1967 graduate of Huntingdon Area High School, she was primarily a
>homemaker.
>A funeral service was held in Centerville Friday, Sept. 21.
>Interment was made in the Heritage Hills Memory Gardens.
>
>Margaret WARD, 91, a resident of the Woodland Retirement Center,
>Orbisonia, formerly of Mount Union, died at 4:35 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21,
>2001, at the retirement center. For many years, Margaret had resided
>with her niece, Betty Schutawie in Mount Union.
>Born May 23, 1910, in Taylor Township, Fuiton County. she was a daughter
>of the late John and Myrtle (Bergstresser) Gracey. She was united in
>marriage to Elbert J. Ward Sept. 20, 1946, in Ardmore. He preceded her
>in death Nov. 23, 1967.
>She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
>The last surviving member of her immediate family, she was preceded in
>death by the following brothers and sister: Homer Gracey, Earl Gracey,
>David Gracey, Elwood Gracey and Mae Duvall.
>Mrs. Ward was employed in retail in the Philadelphia area prior to her
>retirement and relocation to Huntingdon County.
>She was of the Protestant faith and enjoyed spending time with family
>and friends.
>Funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family.
>
>9/26
>
>John Victor EDWARDS, 84, of Ellenton. Fla., a longtime resident of
>Huntingdon, died Sept. 17, 2001,
>In Blake Medical Center.
>Born in Huntingdon, Mr. Edwards moved to Manatee County, Fla.. from
>Warren, Ohio. in 1976.
>He is survived by his wife, Betty, a son, Thomas Hutton of Cupertino,
>Calif., three grandchildren
>and one great-grandchild.
>Also surviving are two sisters: Kathryn Wagner of Ellenton. Fla., and
>Alice Joy Hohmann of Palm
>Springs, Calif.
>A 1935 graduate of Huntingdon High School, Mr. Edwards was a lineman for
>a utility company.
>Funeral services were held in Palmetto, Fla.
>
>Veronica Jean HOOVER, 50, of Robertsdale, died Monday, Sept. 24, 2001,
>at her home.
>Born Nov. 10, 1950, in Huntingdon, she was the daughter of the late Paul
>Didyk and Ethel (Ramper) Didyk, who survives in Robertsdale. She married
>Daniel S. Hoover Jr. Aug. 5, 1972, at the Robertsdale Church of God. He
>preceded her in death July 9, 1979.
>In addition to her mother, she is survived by a daughter. Krista Hoover
>of Martinsburg. and one granddaughter.
>Also surviving are two brothers, Paul Didyk of Robertsdale and Ronald
>Didyk of Cassville, along with several nieces and nephews.
>Mrs. Hoover was a member of the Robertsdale United Methodist Church.
>A 1968 graduate of Tussey Mountain High School, she had been employed as
>a material handler at Seton Company in Saxton.
>She enjoyed fishing with her mother, spending time with her
>granddaughter, taking walks and reading.
>Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27. at the
>Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home, Broad Top. with Pastor Donald Simmons
>officiating.
>Interment will be made in the IOOF Cemetery, Broad Top.
>
>James D. MILLER, 85, of Box 65, Williamsburg. R.R. 1, died Tuesday,
>Sept. 25, 2001, at his residence, after an extended illness.
>Born July 11, 1916, in Saxton, he was a son of the late James 0. And
>Julia Ann (Dick) Miller. He married Elizabeth L. Haney Oct. 18, 1935, in
>Cumberland, Md.
>Surviving, along with his wife, are two sons, James R. and Mathias F.
>Miller, both of Williamsburg, seven grandchildren, 12
>great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
>Two grandchildren, Justin and Melanie, are deceased.
>The last surviving member of his immediate family, he was preceded in
>death by 21 siblings.
>Mr. Miller formerly attended the Williamsburg Church of God. He retired
>as a driller and shooter at Grannas Brothers Construction in
>Hollidaysburg in 1981, after 21 years of service.
>Prior to that, he was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad for ten
>years and was a self-employed farmer and woodsman in Entriken.
>Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, at the Bolger
>Funeral Home. Inc., Williamsburg, with Pastor Rodger L. Traxler and
>Pastor Charles 0. Sprowls officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Sparr Cemetery, Williamsburg. R.R. 1.
>
>9/27
>
>Robert Eugene ESTEP Sr., 79. of 7054 L.W.W., St. Thomas, died Sept. 26,
>2001, at his home.
>He was born Oct. 29, 1921, in Broad Top City, the son of the late James
>C. and Mary (Edwards) Estep. He married Urcille A. Hess
>Oct. 12. 1946. She survives in St. Thomas.
>He is also survived by a daughter. Mrs. Dennis (Susan) Barnes of
>Chambersburg, and by four sons: Robert E. Estep Jr. of Chambersburg:
>Richard W. "Rick" Estep of Martinsburg, W.Va.; James B. Estep of
>Chambersburg and Todd Estep of Mercersburg.
>He is also survived by two sisters. Mrs. Paul (Lola) Boyd of New Market,
>Va. and Fern Stinson of James Creek, as well as by 10 grandchildren and
>10 great-grandchildren.
>He was preceded in death by one grandson, three sisters and five
>brothers.
>Mr. Estep was a member of the St. Thomas United Methodist Church. He
>served in the United States Army during WW II, earning the
>European/African/Middle Eastern Ribbon with one Silver Star.
>Prior to his retirement, he worked as a budget analyst for Headquarters
>DESCOM at Letterkenny Army Depot. After his retirement, he worked as a
>starter and ranger at Majestic Ridge Golf Course.
>He was a life member of the Detrich-Brechbill American Legion Post 612,
>St. Thomas and of the Mercersburg VFW. He was also a member of the
>National AARP and the National Association of Retired Federal Employees.
>He was an avid sports enthusiast, was active in the Broad Top City
>Oldtimers Baseball Association and was a member of the Broad Top City
>Oldtimers Baseball Association Hall of Fame.
>A funeral service will be held a 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at St.
>Thomas United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Paul Crawford officiating.
>Interment will be made at St. Thomas Cemetery, St. Thomas. The
>Detrich-Brechbill Honor Guard will conduct graveside services.
>
>Frederick Lynn HAZZARD, born Sept. 25, 2001. in Saxton, died the same
>day at 5:22 am., at Bedford Memorial Hospital. His twin brother, Michael
>Harrison Hazzard, died Wednesday. Sept. 26, 2001, at 9:25 am., at Lee
>Regional Hospital in Johnstown.
>They were the twin sons of Tina Hazzard of Saxton.
>Surviving are their maternal grandparents. Jerry and Melva Hazzard of
>Saxton, and an uncle, Frederick Lynn Hazzard. One brother, Ridge Michael
>Hazzard, survives at home.
>A graveside service was held September 27, at the Grandview Cemetery,
>with Pastor Todd Templeton officiating.
>
>Andrew LUKONDI Jr., 58, of Monte Vista, Colo., died Sept. 25, 2001, at
>the San Luis Valley Regional Medical Center in Alamosa, Colo.
>Born May 6, 1943, in McKeesport, he was a son of the late Andrew and
>Amelia (Hoinkes) Lukondi. He married Marie Del Carmen Sanchez Jan. 30,
>1965, in
>Santa Ana. Calif.
>Surviving, along with his wife of 36 years, are his children: Ray
>Lukondi of Blanca, Colo.; Joseph Lukondi. Honolulu, Hawaii; Andrew
>Lukondi, Portland. Ore.; and Marie Holeso, Mosca. There are 12
>grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
>Also surviving is a sister, Peggy England of Huntingdon.
>Mr. Lukondi loved to collect things and spend time with his family.
>Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at the
>Rogers Family Mortuary in Alamosa, Colo.
>Interment will be made in the Blanca Cemetery.
>
>Frances R. BUSECK, 65, of 712 Station St., Saxton, died Wednesday. Sept.
>26, 2001, at 5:15 a.m., at J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Huntingdon,
>following an extended illness.
>Born Sept. 11, 1936, in Philadelphia, she was a daughter of the late
>Matthew J. and Dorothy R. (McNulty) Campbell. She married Arthur H.
>Buseck Oct. 19, 1957, at St. Joseph's Church in Ambler. He preceded her
>in death March 31, 1999.
>Surviving are the following children: Thomas H. Buseck of Lansdale;
>Patricia Gower of St. Clair. Fla.; Dennis M. Buseck and Michael P.
>Buseck, both of Ambler; and Teresa Williams. Hopewell. There are six
>grandchildren.
>Also surviving are a brother and a sister: James J. Campbell of Ambler
>and Anne Zenobio of Clearwater, Fla.
>Mrs. Buseck was a member of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Dudley.
>She was primarily a homemaker.
>A funeral Mass will be held Saturday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m., at the
>Immaculate Conception Church, with the Rev. Patrick Leahey officiating.
>Interment will be made in the IOOF Cemetery, Broad Top.
>
>Madaline A. COWAN, 82, of HCR 62, Neelyton, died at 5:22 am. Wednesday,
>Sept. 26, 2001, at Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md.
>Born April 12, 1919, in Dublin Township, Huntingdon County, she was a
>daughter of the late Paul H. and Olive V. (Carlin) Wilson. She married
>Harry W. "Barney" Cowan March 17, 1942. Mr. Cowan preceded her in death
>May 18, 2001.
>Surviving are three children: Randall D. Cowan of HCR 62, Neelyton; Kay
>Larue Book, Chambersburg; and Ian Paul Cowan, HCR 62, Neelyton. There
>are seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
>One infant son is deceased.
>Two sisters survive: Cordelia Burdge of Hershey and Mamie Anderson,
>Shade Gap.
>Four brothers and two sisters preceded her in death.
>Mrs. Cowan was a member of the Fair Ridge Assembly of God Church, Shade
>Gap. R.D.
>She was a life member of the Shade Gap Area Fire Company Ladies
>Auxiliary and a former member of the Tuscarora Grange.
>She was primarily a homemaker.
>Funeral services will be held at 11 am. Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Fair
>Ridge Assembly of God Church, Shade Gap. R.D., with the Rev. Wilson Boyd
>and the Rev. Belvy White officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Shade Gap, R.D.
>
>Donald R. PETERSON, 80, of Shade Gap, formerly of Port Matilda, died
>Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001, at the University Park Nursing Home in State
>College.
>Born Sept. 5, 1917, in Bellwood, he was a son of the late Orval A. and
>Edna Bell Reigh Peterson.
>On May 5, 1940, he married Mary C. Adams, who died Oct. 22, 1996. He
>then married Barbara Zimmerman Snyder on July 14, 1974, in rural Tyrone.
>For 17 years he was a welder for the Pennsylvania Railroad. He became a
>custodian for the Juniata Valley School District, retiring in 1980 after
>eight years of service.
>He was a Protestant.
>He was an avid gardener and a farmer.
>In addition to his second wife, who survives in Shade Gap, he is
>survived by two daughters, Helen Harpster of rural Tyrone and Lois
>Savage of Pineville, La.; three sons, Harold B. of Philipsburg, Herman
>E. of Port Matilda, and John W. of Millheim;
>13 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a stepdaughter, Vickie
>Pollock of Petersburg; three stepsons, Richard E. Snyder Jr. of Holland,
>N.Y., Barry Neal Snyder and Steven Robert Snyder, both of Tyrone; 12
>stepgrandchildren, and six step-great-grandchildren.
>He was preceded in death by a sister.
>The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Feller Memorial Funeral
>Home, Tyrone, with the Rev. Patricia Gable officiating.
>Burial will be in Franklinville Cemetery.
>
>Roberta Jean BIGLEY, 65, of 1209 N. Haskell Ave., Apt. B, Dallas, Texas,
>died Thursday, Sept. 20, 2001, at her home.
>Born March 14, 1936, in Huntingdon, she was the daughter of Howard W.
>and Charlotte Hope (Bone) Bigley. Her mother survives in Huntingdon.
>Also surviving are four sons: Arthur Lee Kegler II and David Lawrence
>Kegler, both of New Alexandria; Stuart Keith Kegler and Bobby Gray
>Wagner Jr., both of Dallas, Texas. There are four grandchildren.
>One brother, Stephen H. Bigley of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., survives.
>A 1954 graduate of Huntingdon High School, she was primarily a
>homemaker.
>Funeral services will be held Friday, Sept. 28, at 2 p.m., at the Robert
>E. Peters Funeral Home, Huntingdon, with the Rev. David L. Dearing
>officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Russellville Reformed Cemetery, James
>Creek, R.D. 1.
>
>9/28
>
>Sue A (Weaver) HOOVER, 64, of Hummelstown, died Wednesday, Sept 26,
>2001. in the Hershey Medical Center.
>Born May 15, 1937, in Hunting-don, she was a daughter of the late Palmer
>Sr. and Pearl (Grainey) Weaver. She married Kenneth R. Hoover Sr., Feb.
>9, 1961.
>Mr. Hoover survives at home, along with one daughter and two sons.:
>Cathy S. Harlow. Huntingdon; Kenneth R. Hoover Jr.. Hummelstown, and
>Michael A. Hoover, Elizahethtown. There are eight grandchildren.
>Also surviving are two sisters and four brothers: Betty Reeder,
>Pittsburgh; Cordelia Wright. Huntingdon, John Grainey and Palmer Weaver
>Jr., both of Huntingdon; Robert Weaver of Kilmarnock. Va.; and Thomas
>Weaver, Salunga.
>Mrs. Hoover was primarily a homemaker. She enjoyed knitting and boating.
>Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 12:30 p.m., in the
>Trefz and Bowser Funeral Home, Inc., 114 W. Main S., Hummelstown, with
>the Rev. Dr. Emlyn H. Jones officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, East
>Hanover Township.
>
>Charley "Horse" McCABE, 82, a resident of Moran's Home in Bellwood,
>formerly of Huntingdon, died Wednesday, Sept. 26. 2001, at 11:45 p.m.,
>at Bon Secours Holy Family Hospital, Altoona.
>Born March 21, 1919. in Eminence. Mo., he was a son of the late James
>and Dessie Irene (Johnson) McCabe. He married Mary Donaldson, who
>preceded him in death.
>Surviving are the following siblings: Calvin McCabe, Texas; Gerald
>McCabe, St. James, Mo.; James McCabe, Salem. Mo.; Ima Jean Wisdom, St.
>Louis. Mo.; Lucille Rainbolt, St. Louis Mo.; and Roy L. McCabe,
>Alexandria, R.D. 1.
>He was preceded in death by two brothers, Eugene and Orville. and a
>sister, Lula Parker.
>Mr. McCabe was of the Baptist faith.
>He was employed as a logger primarily in Illinois until his retirement
>and move to Huntingdon in 1970.
>Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family.
>Interment will be made in the Huntingdon Memorial Gardens, Huntingdon,
>R.D. 1.
>
>Virginia L. RICHARDSON, 80, of 105 W. Garber St., Mount Union, died at
>10:55 a.m. Friday, Sept. 27, 2001, at the Woodland Retirement Center,
>Orbisonia. She had been in failing health.
>Born May 22, 1921, in Mount Union, she was a daughter of the late Boyd
>S. and Mary M. (Cornelius) Rosensteel. She married Kenneth E. Richardson
>June 27, 1940. He preceded her in death Nov. 6, 1997.
>Surviving are two daughters: Mrs. Richard "Rick" (Marlene) Reeder of
>Wilmington. N.C., and Mrs. Brad (Deborah) Rogers of HC 71, Orbisonia.
>There are three grandsons.
>She was preceded in death by a daughter, Donna Schieb.
>Three brothers survive: Bernard Rosenstecl and Robert Rosensteel, both
>of Mount Union, and Raymond Rosensteel of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.
>The following brothers and sisters preceded her in death: Fred
>Rosensteel, Arthur Cornelius, Dorothy King, Stanley Rosensteel and Betty
>Rosensteel, who died in infancy.
>Mrs. Richardson was a member of the Wesleyan Church, Mount Union, where
>she also attended Sunday School for many year.
>She was employed by L. Greif Brothers Manufacturing in Mount Union.
>Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 1. at the Robert
>D. Heath Funeral Home, Mount Union, with the Rev. Rod Uhlig officiating.
>Interment will be made in the Mount Union Cemetery.
>
>9/29
>
>Frances G. FORGY, 82, of Fairview Road, McVeytown, died at 1:24 p.m.
>Friday, Sept. 28, 2001, in the emergency room of Lewistown Hospital.
>Born Jan. 31, 1919, in Wayne Township, she was a daughter of the late
>Merle S. and W. Faye (Gearhart) Kane. She married Roy L. Forgy Sept. 19,
>1942. He preceded her in death in August 1984.
>Surviving are a daughter, Sheryl A. Stoner of Irvin Ridge Road,
>McVeytown; three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and many foster
>children reared by Mrs. Forgy.
>Also surviving are two brothers and a sister: Fern R. Kane, Palmyra; G.
>Elwood Kane, Meade, Kan.; and Mrs. Robert (Ethel) Rosensteel, Mount
>Union.
>She was preceded in death by a brother, Thurman S. Kane.
>Mrs. Forgy was previously employed by L. Greif Brothers Manufacturing in
>Mount Union and as a cook at Kountry Kitchen Restaurant in McVeytown.
>She also
>helped her husband on their dairy farm.
>She was a member of the Atkinsons Mills United Methodist Church, where
>she taught children's Sunday School classes for many years, served as
>church historian and participated in the ladies' class of the church.
>She was also a member of the Country Crossroads Senior Citizens Center,
>Atkinsons Mills. and enjoyed quilting.
>Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the
>Atkinsons Mills United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Robert A. Brown
>Sr. officiating.
>Interment will be made in the church's cemetery.
>
>
>
>--
>Ken Boonie
>Co-Coordinator, PaGenWeb Project
>Huntingdon County
>http://www.rootsweb.com/~pahuntin/


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