Give your file an eight character name - do NOT call it OBITS or it will overwrite someone else's file. After his retirement, he worked as a chemist for Hill Petroleum Co. Tom was a member of the Panama City Seventh Day Adventist Church and the local Experimental Aircraft Association. He also worked for American Color and Chemical and taught school for a time in Jasper, NY and Conneaut, OH. She was predeceased by an infant son; her brothers, John Minarik and Joseph Minarik; sisters, Mary Bills, Anna Mras, Veronica Perogoff, Sister Mary Anthony (Julia), Order of Pool Claire, Susan Striney and Helen Calaman. Dean Homer Funeral Home, 206 Water St., Dushore, Pa. Also, Tena enjoyed many trips including trips to visit relatives back in her ancestral Italy. Mark, at the age of 17 became a printer’s “devil.” At Corning, N. he started his first paper and married his first wife. He became prominent in politics as an active Democrat and was rewarded by being appointed Deputy United States Marshal, but was so outspoken in favor of Stephen A. After one or more unsuccessful newspaper ventures he landed at La Crosse and bought a half interest in a paper called the Union and Democrat. He was removed to the church parlor where he died within thirty minutes. He was seventy years of age and is survived by his widow and one daughter, Isabelle, both of this village. "Mac" retired from the North Penn Telephone Company in 1999 after several years of devoted service as the outside plant manager. in the Church of Christ 165 Miller Street Horseheads, N. –Towanda Daily Review MARSH –ELLEN MARSH BOYER, 60, Ralston died with her family by her side on Saturday, June 13, 2009 following a stroke. Additionally she is survived by her daughters-in-law, Betty Fleming of Georgia and Jeanette Fleming of Florida. MOTT, 79, a native of Canton, who resided in Palmer Township, died July 16, 2010 in VNA Hospice House of St. Born July 14, 1931 in Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, he was a son of the late Harry G. He was a fifth generation on The Noble Far, settled in 1833. As an editor his vigorous and outspoken way of setting forth his opinions made for him thousands of active enemies and lots of enthusiastic friends. Typed obituaries may be submitted by email to Joyce M. She was also predeceased by 1 grandson, Christopher Franklin in 1986. He was the son of the late Joseph George and Eleanor Rae (Bottorf) Miller. Here she pursued a successful career as a hotel owner/manager. Friends may call at the funeral home from 10 to 11 a.m. He was attending church and was observed to suddenly sink back in his seat and in a few moments was dead. STANTON, an old resident of Brookfield Township died in Chatham last Friday. –Canton Independent Sentinel 4/9/2009 STEELE –MADELINE E. Birchard of Colonial Towers in Towanda died Wednesday, Dec. Birchard, at home; a son and daughter-in-law, David S. Ellen was preceded in death by her father, George C. In lieu of flowers, please make charitable contributions to the Ralston Volunteer Fire Company or the SPCA of Williamsport. EUGENE (GENE) Mc MAHON, 66, Dushore, PA died February 2, 1996 at his home. Mc Mahon was born August 8, 1929 in Cherry Township, son of the late Francis B. He was raised on the family farm and graduated from the New Albany High school, class of 1948. Mc Mahon started out on the family farm and then worked as Rural Mail Carrier in Dushore for three years; later worked at GT Sylvania for three years before starting in the Line Department where he worked for 11 years and later in the Meter Department for 12 years, retiring in 1990. Basil’s Church, its Holy Name Society, served as the first lector and eucharistic minister and was very active in church activities. Restoring early V-8 Fords soon became his passion and he would search Florida and other states for cars to restore, finding many in meadows and pastures deep in mud. On the 7th of November 1873 she was united in marriage to Mr. She was baptized into the membership of the First Baptist Church of Westfield, Oct. One day there appeared in the Democrat that famous editorial in which the wish was expressed that if Lincoln refused to keep the pledges made in his second inaugural some daring hand might strike a poniard into his breast. PLEASE put OBITUARY SUBMISSION in the subject line of your email to help me sort the several hundred emails I receive weekly. Tom retired as a major after 22 years as a fighter pilot in the U. Air Force, serving during the Korean War and Vietnam era. Franklin is survived by 3 sons; Charlie (Yvonne) Franklin of Palmyra, N. Joe was employed as a chemist with the former Henkel (Trylon) Company in Lock Haven. Elizabeth Marshall of Towanda; a devoted niece, Clarice Poplin of Mildred; and several other nieces and nephews. Tena loved the interaction with the people she encountered. White induced his brother-in-law, the late Robert Roy of this borough to take Mark and make a druggist’s boy out of him. Roy that Mark was not cut out for a merchant and so he took him back to his uncle. It was in this paper that appeared the “Brick Dust Sketches” which gained for him his unique sobriquet. 2nd Article: While attending union memorial services at the Baptist Church Sunday evening Morris Snyder was taken ill. Submissions will be arranged alphabetically by SURNAME AT BIRTH, so make sure I know the correct birth name if you know it. went home to be with his Lord on Monday, July 25, 2005 peacefully at the Arnot Ogden Medical Center. Mac Ronald was a faithful member of the Church of Christ and was dedicated to his Lord. He was preceded in death by brothers, Sam, Carl and Charles Manley and sisters, Kay, Frances and Matie. He was a life-member of the Lock Haven Elks Club; other memberships included Canton’s Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 429, Red Run Rod and Gun Club in Ralston, Blossburg’s Hillside Rod and Gun Club and a social member of Canton’s V. Joe’s cats were like a family to him and “his girls”, Socks, Blackie, Scooter, Sugar and Spice gave him much enjoyment. Miller is survived by his father-in-law and mother-in-law; Car and Janet Terry, Canton; sister and brother-in-law; Janet (Lee) Ordway, Apple Valley, CA and two nephews; Lance and Sean Ordway, Apple Valley. His family suggests those who wish send memorials to your local SPCA. 24, 2006 at the Skilled Nursing Unit of the Memorial Hospital, Towanda, Pa. 14, 1917 in Lopez, a daughter of the late Joseph and Veronica Youpa Minarik. She was an active member of her church and community. Prior to that, he was employed as an elementary school teacher for five years. John's UCC Church of Farmersville, Bethlehem Township. Memorial contributions may be made to the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, 1165 Island Park Rd., Easton, PA or the National Kidney Foundation, 111 S. They settled the matter by each taking one-half of the paper, and for weeks the sheet appeared with scorching denunciations of Douglas on the inside and hot shot for Breckinridge on the outside. She attended Church of the Nazarene in Muncy Hills. Additional clippings can be found in the Birth, Marriage, and some other partitions. –Griffin Scrapbook (handwritten on article 1894) JOSEPH R. Born on May 27, 1913, the eldest daughter of Anthony and Antonette Moscatello, she grew up and lived her early life in Towanda, Pa. She was formerly employed by the Shoe Factory in Montrose, the Montrose Independent Newspaper, and was also a housekeeper, for the Pennsylvania state police barracks in Towanda for 15 years. The following truthful and graphic sketch of our genial and highly esteemed townsman appeared first in the Journal. The more highly educated and better paid physicians who have succeeded to his practice may well feel satisfied if they shall have inherited also his skill and equaled his success. Stout married in 1837, Miss Matilda Knight of Independence, a lady of rare qualifications for the trying duties of a doctor’s wife, and these duties she always discharged with rare fidelity. (Not an obit) –Griffin Scrapbook (Handwritten on article 1894) MR. He was eight-six years of age and was seized with an attack of grip last week Thursday and owing to his advanced years was unable to recover from the debilitating effects of the disease. Strang was a highly respected farmer of Cayutaville and was an earnest and conscientious member of the Episcopal Church. FORSBURG, 83, was promoted to glory on October 14, 2010 to meet her Lord and Savior. She was born March 2, 1927, the daughter of Mary (Shoup) and Edward Szendrey. You'll also find obituary and other newspaper clippings using the three county-level Obits by Cemetery buttons. He has been a remarkably strong and able man till within the past fortnight being in town about that time. –Towanda Daily Review 2/25/2006 MOSCATELLO –CLEMENTINE ‘TENA’ MOSCATELLO FLEMING of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., formerly of Towanda, Pa. 20, 2006 after a period of illness and was called home to peace with our Lord. His father was a very skillful harness maker and he learned the trade. Forty years of labor which under present conditions would have made him wealthy left him still a poor man. He never aspired to office, but was chose a Republican elector in 1880, an honor which he well deserved. died at the home of his son, Frank Strang of this borough, Tuesday evening, January 22nd at 6 o’clock. –Canton Independent-Sentinel/Troy Gazette-Register 8/13/2009 SZENDREY –MARY E. She was a wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. This page includes obituaries of people with connection to our three counties but not buried in them or cemetery not identified. MILLER, 69, of Canton died peacefully on December 21, 2009 at the Community Hospital in Troy. Tena was an employee of the Berlinger Silk Mill in Towanda and also a long-time employee of the Sylvania plant, also in Towanda. Saturday at Mc Carty-Thomas’, 557 East Water Street, Hughesville with the Rev. Fishel, pastor of Hughesville Baptist Church officiating. The funeral occurred from his late home Tuesday afternoon and the burial was in Lake View Cemetery. in Montrose with her twin sister, Kathleen Steele Davies. Madeline was a member of the Independent Baptist Church of Towanda. 4 at the Independent Baptist Church on Cherry Street in Towanda, with Pastor Donn Hauser officiating. Doctor Stout of Lewisville has been since last December, considerable of the time confined to his bed. Fifty years ago he began the practice of medicine here and continued in active practice for forty years. About a year ago his home was left desolated by the death of his beloved wife, Eliza, and the first of December he came to Westfield and since then has lived with his son, Postmaster Frank Strang.