1701. Douglas A. Larrow Sr
Which Stahlman is this Arlene married to? I have no Larrow’s in my FTM
Douglas A. Larrow Sr., 55, of
Maple Drive, Lucinda, died early Thursday evening, Aug. 3, 2000, in his
home. Born March 22, 1945, in New Kensington, he was a son of the late
Louis Larrow Jr. and Viola Hoover Larrow of Lower Burrell. He worked for
American St. Gobain in Arnold, Bendix Homes, Astro Manufacturing, Dupont
Homes and Commodore Homes. Mr. Larrow was member of St. Joseph Church in
Lucinda. He also was a member of Lucinda Antler Club and Fryburg
Sportsman's Club. Mr. Larrow enjoyed hunting. He was married March 27,
1976, to Faye M. Schmader, who survives.
In addition to his wife and
mother, he is survived by a son, Douglas A. Larrow Jr., at home; six
daughters, Deanna Larrow at home, Teresa Stanko of Mt. Jewett,
Arlene Stahlman of Clarion,
Veronica Greek and her husband, William, of James City, Anita McMaster
and her husband, Steve, of Fisher and Julie Skovera and her husband,
Dave, of Williamsport. Also surviving are three brothers, Timothy J.
Larrow and Philip Larrow, both of Lower Burrell and Kevin J. Larrow and
his wife, Cindy, of Uniontown; four sisters and their husbands, Victoria
D. and Anthony Farina, Valerie K. and Andrew Cambal, Lori M. and Anthony
Tamarella, all of Lower Burrell and Bridget C. and David Surma of New
Kensington; and seven grandchildren, Danielle Larrow,
Erica Stahlman, Heather and Billy
Greek, Brooke and Riley McMaster and Isabelle Skovera. In addition to
his father, Mr. Larrow was preceded in death by two brothers, Louis and
John F. Larrow and a sister, Janet Czap.
Friends and family may call
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Sunday at the Borland Funeral Home
in Leeper. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at
St. Joseph Church in Lucinda with the Rev. Joseph Czarkowski, pastor, as
celebrant. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. The family
suggests memorials be made to the Clarion-Forest VNA Hospice, the
American Cancer Society or St. Joseph School.
Gerald L. Shaffer
August 29, 2007 The Courier Express, Dubois, Pa
Gerald L. Shaffer of 3006 Rt.
322 Brookville, died Sunday, August 26, 2007 at his home. He was 57
years of age. Mr. Shaffer was born on March 27, 1950 in Marienville. He
was the son of Ursel and Faye (Stahlman)
Shaffer. He was married to Kim Shaffer. He worked as a
Survivors include: Two sons,
Jerry E. Shaffer of Lancaster and Aaron Shaffer of Falls Creek; Four
daughters, Christie Houck of Rimersburg, Candie Cordwell of Summerville,
Jess Robinson of Ramseytown and Jennifer Robinson of Roseville and eight
grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, Jim Shaffer of
Marienville, and Joe Shaffer of Brookville. He was preceded in death by
his parents. Private services were held by the family. The McKinney
Funeral Home in Brookville was in charge of the arrangements.
Who were Faye
1706. George S. “Buddy”
The Derrick, July 29, 2004
George S. "Buddy" Harbison, 57, of Tionesta and a resident of Beverly
Health Care - Kinzua of Warren, died Tuesday, July 27, 2004, at Beverly
Health Care. Born June 12, 1947, he was the son of the late Charles L.
and Eleanor "Ellie" Wolpert Harbison Sr. Mr. Harbison was married Oct.
24, 1987, in Moon Township to Martha Cuteri, who preceded him in death
on Sept. 24, 2001.
Surviving are a son, John
Harbison and his wife, Jolene, of Clarion; two daughters,
Tina Stahlman and her husband, Jeff,
of New Bethlehem and Mary Lener and her husband, Jim, of Titusville; and
seven grandchildren. He is also survived by three brothers, Charles L.
Harbison, Jr. and his fiancée, Lena Baker, of Missouri, James "Jimmy"
Harbison of Wisconsin and Larry Harbison and his wife, Sis, of
Pittsburgh; three sisters, Mary Darlene Pfister and her husband, Jim, of
Wisconsin, Ceal Summerville and her husband, Ken, and Kim Wadlow and her
husband, Pete, all of Endeavor; as well as several nieces and nephews.
All funeral arrangements are private. Interment will be in the East
Hickory Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Norman J.
Wimer Funeral Home in Tionesta.
Who are Jeff Stahlman's parents?
1707. Mary L. Stahlman
(Ohio) — Mary L. (Scott) Stahlman, 93, of Mount Vernon passed away
Saturday, Nov. 20, 2004, at the Country Court Nursing Center. She was
born March 4, 1911, in Wabash, Ind., to Daniel Oren and Viola (Thompson)
Scott. Mary was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene, and a
former member of the First Wesleyan Church. She is survived by special
friends, Freda Farmer, Peg Williams and Margaret Poland, all of Mount
Vernon. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her
Ferdinand Stahlman; one
brother; and one sister.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday
at 2 p.m. at the Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul Merki
officiating. Friends may call from 1 p.m. until the time of service.
Interment will follow in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Camp
Sychar, 201 Sychar Road, Mount Vernon 43050. This obituary and guest
registry may be viewed online at
Who were Ferdinand Stahlman's Parents?
BA 9/19/1960 via C. Orris
Mrs. Laura Frances Sage, of
Leeper R. D. 1, Clarion County, died Wednesday, September 14, 1960, in
the Warren, Pa., General Hospital at 77 years of age.
A native of
Jefferson county, she was born June 22 1883 a daughter of Sylvester M.
Annie Margaret (Dinger) Songer. She was married to Otis V. Sage, who preceded her in death on
April 30, 1954, leaving to survive two daughters, Mrs. Lyle N. Schuller,
of Warren, PA., and Mrs. Lewis Crosley, of Youngsville.
brothers and four sisters survive. They are: Mrs. Leroy Seeley. of
Knoxdale; Mrs. William Mauersberg, of Sigel; Mrs. John Hagerty, of
Crown; Elmer Songer, of Leeper R.D.1; Robert A. Songer, of Warren, Pa.;
Sarry G. Songer, of North Warren; Clyde Songer, of Freeport; Edward
Songer and Mrs. Walter Bednies, of Oxnard, Calif.
services were held on Saturday morning, September 17, at 10:00 a.m. in
St. Mary's church at Crown, Clarion county. Rev. George Dwyer,
pastor of the church of which she was a member, officiated at the
funeral mass. Interment was in the church cemetery. Funeral
arrangements were handled by the Reitz Funeral Home in Brookville.
Who was Annie
Margaret Dinger’s parents?
1713. Alta (Leonard) Stahlman
WHITE, Alta - Passed away at age 95. Loving wife of the late
Charles A. Stahlman, and of the
late William A. White; devoted mother of John L.
Stahlman; cherished grandmother of John
P. Stahlman, Laurie A. Alexander, Patricia A. Andershock; beloved
daughter of the late Arthur W. Leonard; dear sister of Lloyd Leonard,
Lester Leonard and Juanita Blunt; also survived by great-grandsons, John
W. Stahlman, Donovan Alexander, and great granddaughter Chloe
Andershock. Friends may visit after 10:30am and are invited to attend
the Funeral Service Thursday, May 26 at 11:30am at DUGGAN'S SERRA
MORTUARY, 500 Westlake Ave., DC. Interment will follow at Cypress Lawn
Memorial Park. This article appeared on page Z - 99 of the
San Francisco Chronicle Sunday, May 22, 2005.
Who were Charles A.
1714. Flossie Mae Stahlman
from The Gainesville Sun
Flossie Mae Stahlman, 89, passed away peacefully at 11 p.m. on Aug. 31,
2008, in Gainesville, FL. She was born in Hopkinsville, KY, on April 30,
1919, to Mose and Cora Johnson. Flossie was a loving mother, devoted
wife and a great-great grandmother. A faithful member of Lighthouse
Baptist Church, Flossie will always be remembered by her warm heart,
kind generosity, and her love for the Lord and all mankind. She was a
skilled seamstress for many years in Gainesville and had a large
following of loyal clients.
She was predeceased by her
husband, Leon L. Stahlman,
by her daughter, Peggy Ann Smith, by her granddaughter, Gala Anne Hayes,
and by her grandson, Randall Ray Hayes. Flossie is survived by her
daughter, Marguerite L. Boydell of Sarasota, FL; and by her
granddaughters, Cindy Henley DeMay of Sarasota, Sherry Bartnicki of
Hickory, NC, and by Shelia Kessel, also of Hickory. She also is survived
by two sisters, Syble Scott of Pembroke, KY, and Shirley Bromley of
Olathe, KS. She also leaves behind six great grandchildren, Nicole
McClain of Spring Hill, FL; and Keith Nicholas, Richard Nicholas, Luke
Kessel, Rachel Kessel and Julia Kessel, all living in Hickory. Flossie
also is survived by four great-great grandchildren, Sincere Littles and
Shamar Littles of Spring Hill; and Graceyn Nicholas and Kendall Nicholas
Flossie chose cremation and asked that her ashes be buried next to her
husband's in Paducah, KY. A memorial service will take place Sunday,
Sept. 7, 2 p.m., at Lighthouse Baptist Church, 2611 NW 68th Ave.,
Gainesville. Reverend Mike Killian will be presiding.
In lieu of flowers, those wishing to extend an expression of memory and
sympathy are asked to donate to Lighthouse Baptist Church. Arrangements
are in the care of Forest Meadows Funeral Home, Cemeteries, and
Crematory. 352 378 2528
Who were Leon L. Stahlman's parents?
1715. Lillian Rampone cache of
Record on Line
Lillian Elizabeth Rampone of Setauket died on Aug. 21 in her 79th year.
She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Charles, and their children:
sons Chuck, and his wife Bonnie Rampone of Setauket, Wayne and his wife
Jeanne Rampone also of Setauket, John Rampone and his partner Peter
Sylvester of Belle Terre as well as two daughters, Janet and her husband
Don Stahlman of Allison
Park, Pa., and MaryBeth and Philip Weisner of Armonk.
She loved her 16 grandchildren: Chuck III (Michelle), Christopher, Wayne
Jr., (Danielle), Merissa, Steven, Christine, Paul, Rachel, Craig,
ArinMichelle, Julian, Nicole, Kristin (Timothy), Jim (Lisa), Brenda
(John), Michael (Shannon) and was step-great-grandmother to Christopher,
Shelby and Oliver.
Who are Don Stahlman’s parents?
1720. George 'King' Stahlman
from SanDiego.com by the
Union-Tribune Feb. 13, 2009
George 'King' Stahlman dies at
85; well-known bail bondsman, San Diego icon
— George “King” Stahlman, a
bail bondsman and fixture in the community for more than 60 years, died
Friday morning of emphysema, his family announced. Stahlman, 85, was
known for his gregarious personality and propensity for self-promotion
in a highly competitive business. He is widely recognizable from his
television, radio and print advertising, many of which featured the
jingle: “It's better to know me and not need me than to need me and not
know me.” According to his family, Stahlman's longtime motto was: “Early
to bed, early to rise, work like hell and advertise.”
Stahlman was born in Los
Angeles County in the Hollywood/Glendale area on June 26, 1923. He
served in the Navy from 1941 to 1946 and was awarded a Purple Heart
after he was injured in the World War II battle of Guadalcanal in the
South Pacific. His son-in-law, Mike Hardwick, noted Stahlman's ship was
torpedoed and sunk in November 1942 on Friday the 13th. He died on
Friday the 13th, surrounded by family at his Del Cerro home. Stahlman
started his business in Oceanside in 1946, Hardwick said. Stahlman had
the oldest bail bond license in the state, according to a San Diego
Union-Tribune profile in 2004.
had operated King Stahlman Bail Bonds from its current downtown San
Diego location since December 1960 and later expanded to storefronts
near jails in Chula Vista, Santee and Vista.
He ran for mayor of San Diego
in 1967 and finished a distant fifth with 4 percent of the vote. “He's always been a person
who did whatever he could to help our clients out,” said Michael L.
Crowley, a veteran attorney and president of the San Diego Criminal
Defense Bar Association.
“He's always served the
community honorably,” Crowley said. Stahlman is survived by his three
children, George, Cara Mia and Cindy, and his four grandchildren. His
wife, Beverly Ann, died in August 2003.
Who were his parents???
From the family’s release:
San Diego has lost a great legend and one of its most colorful characters
today. George “King” Stahlman died peacefully at his home this
morning surrounded by family. With some irony, he passed away on a
Friday the 13th, the same day his ship was sunk during World War II.
The King was born on June 26, 1923 in Hollywood, California. Most of
his childhood was spent between Hollywood and St. Joseph Missouri.
Those years during the Depression helped to form a lot of the strength
and drive that made him a success in the bail bond business.
In the spring of 1941, at the age of 18, he enlisted in the Navy and was
shipped off to fight in World War II with the Pacific Fleet. On
Friday, November 13, 1941, his ship was torpedoed and sunk at
Guadalcanal. Filled with shrapnel, bleeding and near death, he
spent nearly 14 hours in the water with a few surviving shipmates
surrounded by sharks before being rescued by the Marines. He was
transferred to New Zealand to recover form his injuries and received a
Purple Heart for bravery and the wounds he sustained.
After the war, King returned to Los Angeles to work with his father, a
famous District Attorney and representative to many of the Hollywood
stars of the 40’s and 50’s. It was not long before he was drawn to
the bail bond business and the characters and gangsters of that era.
He left Los Angeles to start his own bail bond business in San Diego in
King’s motto from his early days was “Early to bed, early to rise, work like
hell and advertise.” This served him well in the fiercely competitive
bail bond business. He has built a family bail bond business on a
foundation of integrity and honesty – a rarity in today’s world.
His newest singing jingle “It is better to know me and not need me than
to need me and not know me” will forever be in the hearts and minds of
the San Diego faithful.
Over the years, he ran for Mayor of San Diego in the 1970’s – even flying an
advertising plane over the top of one of his competitors while they were
speaking at a rally. He also ran a very successful California golf
tour in the 1990’s which included another colorful character, Evel
The King was known as a great philanthropist in the San Diego community,
proudly supporting many causes to benefit children and military
families. They broke the mold when they made King Stahlman. San
Diego has sadly lost an icon, a legend, a philanthropist and truly a
1725. Linda J. (Shields)
(Shields, Kinsley) – Unknown Newspaper
Linda J. Stahlman, 65, passed
away May 3, 2009. Born in Pennsylvania, she was an area resident most of
her life. Linda, a loving daughter, mother, and grandmother, was
preceded in death by her father, Arthur Shields; brother, Dale Shields
and his wife Trudy; and grandson, Brad. Linda is survived by her mother,
Mary Shields; her children, Carla, Greg, Lori, and Lisa (Mani) and their
father, Lowell; grandchildren, Ashley, Alexander, and Camren; brother,
Gary (Sherrie) Shields; and many other relatives and friends.
At her request, no services
will be held. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Assoc., 6100
Rockside Woods Blvd. #260, Independence, OH 44131. Hecker, 330-699-2600.
Who was Linda
married to in the Stahlman line???
1731. Justin Carl Burkett
from The Jefferson Democrat, October 06, 2005 Brookville, Pa
Justin Carl Burkett, 22, of
Fairmont City, died Saturday, September 24, 2005, at his residence. Born
March 15, 1983, in Brookville, he was the son of
Ken P. and Cheryl A. (Dinger) Burkett.
Mr. Burkett graduated from Redbank Valley High School in 2001, where he
was active in the band. He then graduated from Penn State University in
2005 with a degree in wildlife technology. He was an Eagle Boy Scout.
Mr. Burkett enjoyed hunting,
fishing and playing his guitar. In addition to his parents, he is
survived by one brother, Christopher (wife Tonnia) Burkett, Fairmont
City; his fiancé, Nicole Powell, and her son, Hunter Buzard. Also
surviving is his maternal grandmother, Doris Dinger, a niece and a
He was preceded in death by
his maternal grandfather, Gerald Dinger, his paternal grandparents,
Stanley and Leona Burkett Wonderling and an aunt, Karen Yeany.
Funeral services were held on
September 27, 2005, at the Alcorn Funeral Home in Hawthorn, with the
Rev. John Garels officiating. Internment followed in Hawthorn Cemetery.
Who are Ken’s parents? Who are Cheryl’s parents?
1732. Frank Paul Calarco
from The Niagara Gazette
It is with much sadness that
the family of Frank Paul Calarco announces his passing on Friday,
January 2, 2009. Born on October 15, 1920, he was the son of the late
Paul and Josephine (Scala) Calarco.
Mr. Calarco served in the
United States Army, stationed in the Pacific, during World War II, from
October 23, 1942 until his honorable discharge on February 2, 1946.
While serving, Frank was awarded the American Service Medal, Asiatic
Pacific Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal and the World War II Victory
Medal. On September 11, 1947, he married the eternal love of his life,
the former Jean Giancola. They settled down to a wonderful life
together, enjoying over sixty happy years, until her death on February
17, 2008. Mr. Calarco had been heartbroken over this loss ever since.
For thirty years, Frank worked at the National Plant of Union Carbide,
retiring in 1986. He was an active member of Prince of Peace Church in
Niagara Falls, NY. Mr. Calarco enjoyed league bowling and golf with his
brothers-in-law and games of pinochle and euchre with family and
friends, but above all things, Frank was a true family man who loved
being close to home.
Mr. Calarco is survived by
three children, Joanne Stahlman of
Tonawanda, NY, Gary (Brenda Schoenle) Renko of Lockport, NY and Robert
Calarco of Niagara Falls, NY; five loving grandchildren, Kristin
Stahlman MacIntosh of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, Keith (Amy)
Stahlman of Niagara Falls, NY and Marc (Tracy), Derek and Aaron Renko
all of Niagara Falls, NY and surrounding areas and eleven
great-grandchildren. Frank also leaves behind one sister, Pauline (late
Leonard) Diletti; sister-in-law, Ricarda Calarco; brother-in-law, John
Ruggiero; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased not only by
his parents and beloved wife, Jean, but two brothers, James (Ricarda)
Calarco and Patsy (late Frances) Calarco; and two sisters, Josephine
(late Arturo) Hernandez and Mary (John) Ruggiero.
The family will receive
visitors on Sunday from 3-5 and 7-9 PM and on Monday from 10- 10:30 AM
at the OTTO REDANZ FUNERAL HOME, LASALLE PARK CHAPEL, 2215 MILITARY
ROAD, NIAGARA FALLS, NY (297-9007), where funeral services will begin on
Monday, January 5th at 10:30 AM, followed by a farewell Mass of
Christian Burial at 11:00 AM in St. Vincent de Paul Parish at Prince of
Peace Church, 1055 Military Road, Niagara Falls, NY with Rev. James
Fugle officiating. Interment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Lewiston, NY
with Military Honors. Floral tributes are gratefully declined. Donations
to Fairchild Manor Nursing Home, 765 Fairchild Place, Lewiston, NY
14092; Mt. St. Mary’s Hospital, 5300 Military Road, Lewiston, NY 14092
or your favorite charity would be a thoughtful tribute to Frank.
Please visit www.ottoredanz.com and
www.legacy.com/niagara-gazette/Obituaries.asp to sign guest register.
Who is the husband of Joanne Stahlman?
1733. Jean (Giancola) Calarco
from the Niagara Gazette
It is with great sadness that
the family of Jean Calarco announces her passing on February 17, 2008.
Jean was a life-long resident of Niagara Falls, NY, born February 15,
1923, the second child and only daughter of the late Carl and Genevieve
(nee Berardo) Giancola. Jean grew up in the north end of Niagara Falls
and attended area schools. The family lived for many years in the 11th
and Ontario Avenue neighborhood before moving to LaSalle in 1962. During
WWll, Jean worked at the Bell Aircraft plant on the assembly line of the
P-39, where she made many lifelong friends.
In 1947, she married her totally devoted and loving husband Frank and
they enjoyed over 60 wonderful and happy years together. Frank is
heartbroken over the loss of his beloved wife. Jean was a very talented
handcrafter, using her gifts to make many beautiful crochet and
needlepoint creations, as well as having an interest in ceramics, and
Jean leaves behind her three children, Joanne
Stahlman of Tonawanda, Gary Renko of Lockport and Robert
Calarco of Niagara Falls, NY; her loving grandchildren, Kristin Stahlman
MacIntosh of St. Catharine’s, Ont, Canada, Keith (Amy) Stahlman of
Niagara Falls, NY and Mark (Tracy), Derek and Aaron Renko of Niagara
Falls, NY and surrounding areas. Jean also is survived by ten
great-grandchildren; one aunt, Donna Berardo, and three cousins, Anthony
and Giovanna Berardo of Amherst, NY and Alfredo Giancola of Niagara
Falls, NY; many nieces and nephews as well as relatives in Toronto and
Italy and her lifetime friend and sister in law, Ricarda Calarco. She
follows not only her parents but her three brothers, Frank (late
Margaret), Alfred, and Ronald (Susan) Giancola.
The family will receive visitors at the OTTO REDANZ FUNERAL HOME, 2215
MILITARY ROAD, NIAGARA FALLS, NY (297-9007) between the hours of 2 â€“ 4
and 6 - 8pm on Tuesday, February 19th. Friends and family may gather at
the funeral home on Wednesday, February 20th at 10:30am for a farewell
Rite of Christian Burial which will begin at 11.00am. Interment will be
in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Lewiston, NY. Floral tributes or a donation
to Niagara Hospice would be a thoughtful tribute to Jean.
Who is Joanne’s husband?
1734. Robert L. Stahlman
(Salinas) from the Modesto
Bee, July 2, 1985
A service will be held at 10
a.m. Wednesday at
Healey Mortuary in
Salinas for former
Newman resident Robert L. Stahlman, 49, who died
Salinas. Private burial will be at
Ferry Cemetery. A native of
Newman, Mr. Stahlman moved to
Salinas 39 years ago. He is survived by two
brothers, Frederick E. Stahlman of Ridgecrest and Paul A. Stahlman of
Salinas; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Stahlman Sr. of
Who are Frederick
1736. “Bud” Gilbert L. Husted from
the Garfield County, Oklahoma Obituary Collection Posted By:
‘BUD’ GILBERT L.
The funeral for
“Bud” Gilbert L. Husted, 61, of Laverne, will be 2 p.m. Saturday at
United Methodist Church of Laverne. The Revs. Nancy Adler and Diana
Northcutt will officiate. Burial will be in Gate Cemetery, Gate.
Arrangements are by Myatt-Seeger Funeral Home of Laverne. Visitation
will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and 9-11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral
He was born Oct. 9, 1945, in Shattuck, to Merle B. and Jeraldine
Caldwell Husted and died Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2006. He attended school in
Knowles and graduated from Gate High School in 1963. He married Cinda
Lorraine Allen June 29, 1968, in Gate. He was former owner of General
Inc. Oilfield Service, owner of M&G Trucking and a farmer and rancher.
He was a member of United Methodist Church, lifetime FFA member and a
member of Oklahoma Cushman Club, National Cush-man Club and the
University of Oklahoma Sooner Club.
Surviving are his wife, Cinda of Laverne; one son, Chance Lee Husted of
Laverne; one daughter, Shawna Danee Kendall of Farmington, N.M.; one
brother, Bill Husted of Laverne; three sisters, Karen Richardson of
Ellen Stahlman of Wilburton
and Lisa O’Hair of Laverne; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in
death by one infant daughter.
Memorials may be made through the funeral home, P.O. Box 909, Laverne,
OK 73848, to Laverne Fire Department or United Methodist Church.
Who is Ellens'
husband and who are his parents?
1737. Allen R. Fredrickson
from The Post Journal Jamestown NY, March 30, 2011
(also posted as 818)
Allen R. Fredrickson, 73, of
131 Franklin St., Lakewood, died at 2:28 a.m. Monday (March 28, 2011),
in WCA Hospital, due to complications of diabetes. He was born Aug. 8,
1937, in Jamestown, a son of the late Robert and Beatrice Johnson
Fredrickson, and graduated from Southwestern Central School in 1955.
He was a Chautauqua County
businessman who will be remembered for his strong work ethics. He
started his career in the bottling room and became the vice president of
Coca Cola Bottling in Jamestown. He later worked as the manager of
Holiday Harbor Marina, and retired as manager of Smith Boys Marina in
Ashville. A member of Lakewood United Methodist Church, he also belonged
to the Lakewood Memorial Post 1286 American Legion, Lakewood Rod and Gun
Club and was a member of the Masons.
Al's focus in life was his
love for his family. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather,
brother and friend. A very kind and gentle man, he was willing to help
whenever needed. He had a passion for enjoying life and could be found
boating on Chautauqua Lake or driving his motor home, his red Chevy
truck or his Cub Cadet. Al also enjoyed traveling with his family and
made many trips to Florida and Disney World. Al had many talents which
included the love of music he could play the piano, organ, guitar and
accordion and loved singing with his family. He will be remembered for
his quick wit and sense of humor and always having a joke to tell.
Al is survived by four
children: Gail (Ed) Liddell of Bemus Point, Allen (Hope) Fredrickson of
Sinclairville, and Lorie Jackson and Sheri
Stahlman, both of Lakewood; seven grandchildren: Josh
(Chantelle) Liddell of Bemus Point, Kiel (Angela) Liddell of Westfield,
Michael Jackson and Chris Jackson of Lakewood, Corinne Fredrickson and
Kelsey Fredrickson of Sinclairville, and Jessie Stahlman of Lakewood;
and two brothers: Ronald (Vicki) Fredrickson of Arizona, and Bob
Fredrickson of Ashville.
In addition to his parents, he
was preceded in death by his wife, Sandra Ostrom Fredrickson, whom he
married April 6, 1957, and who died July 2, 2010. A memorial service and
celebration of his life will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in the Lind
Funeral Home. Pastor Don and Sandy DeAngelo will officiate. Inurnment
will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Friends will be received for one hour
prior to the service in the funeral home Friday. In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made to the Ashville Fire Department, Helicopter Pad
Fund, P.O. Box 129, Ashville, NY 14710.
You may light a candle in
remembrance of Al at
Who is Sherri
1738. Gloria R. Stahlman
(1942 - 2009) from The Jacksonville Journal-Courier (Illinois)
Gloria R. Stahlman, 67, of
Jacksonville, died Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2009, at Memorial Medical Center
in Springfield. She was born Aug. 2, 1942, in Moweaqua, the daughter of
John Dean and Mary Jane Sparling Klump.
She is survived by one
daughter, Christy (Jim) Graham of Jacksonville; one son, Jamie L.
(Michelle) Stahlman of Bonne Terre, Mo.; four grandchildren, Jimmy
Graham of Jacksonville and Jessica, Jacob and Jesse Stahlman, all of
Bonne Terre, Mo.; one brother, John Dean (Kathy) Klump, Jr. of Portland,
Ore.; and a niece, Sara Klump and a nephew, Matthew Klump, both of
Portland, Ore. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Mrs. Stahlman was a 1960
graduate of Jacksonville High School. She assisted her mother in
operating The Fashion Gate in Jacksonville, before working as a cook for
Inland Marine for several years. She enjoyed going to garage sales and
loved to cook. Gloria had a generous heart, always putting others' needs
ahead of her own.
Graveside services will be
held 11:15 a.m. Monday at Memorial Lawn Cemetery, south of Jacksonville.
Family will meet friends prior to services from 9:30-11 a.m. at Buchanan
& Cody Funeral Home in Jacksonville. Memorials are suggested to the
family. Condolences may be left at www.buchanancody.com. Buchanan & Cody
Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Who was Gloria married to?
1739. Sandra M. (Ostrom) Fredrickson
(also posted as 855)
Sandra M. Fredrickson, 72, of
131 Franklin St., Lakewood, died Friday July 2, 2010, in Select
Specialties Hospital, Erie. A Jamestown native, she was born December
21, 1937, the daughter of the late Wallace and Evelyn Johnston Ostrom.
She was a 1955 graduate of Southwestern Central School and was employed
by Beltone Hearing Services as office secretary for 35 years. She was a
member of Lakewood United Methodist Church.
She had a supreme love of life
and enjoyed every moment. She loved boating on Chautauqua Lake and
traveling with her husband and family. She was an avid fan of Disney
World and football, including the Buffalo Bills, Southwestern Trojans
and Maple Grove Red Dragons. She derived the most enjoyment out of her
friends and family and watching her children and grandchildren grow up.
Surviving are her husband,
Allen Fredrickson, whom she married April 6, 1957; four children: Gail
(Ed) Liddell of Bemus Point, Allen (Hope) Fredrickson of Sinclairville,
Lorie Jackson and Sheri Stahlman,
both of Lakewood; grandchildren: Josh (Chantelle) Liddell of Bemus
Point, Kiel (Angela) Liddell of Westfield, Michael Jackson and Chris
Jackson, both of Lakewood, Corinne Fredrickson and Kelsey Fredrickson,
both of Sinclairville and Jessie Stahlman of Lakewood; a sister, Ruth
Alm of West Palm Beach, Fla. and a brother, Wallace (Kathy) Ostrom of
A private graveside memorial
service and celebration of her life will be held in Sunset Hill Cemetery
Saturday July 10, 2010. Visitation will not be observed. Memorials may
be made to Southwestern Central School Football Boosters c/o
Southwestern Central School 600 Hunt Road WE, Jamestown, New York 14701.
Who is Sheri's husband?
1740. Larry Dean Stahlman
Dean Stahlman was born June 9, 1936 in Shattuck, Oklahoma to
Howard Eugene and Stella (Bandy)
graduated from Gage High School in 1954. He served in the U.S. Army at
Fairbanks, Alaska. Larry was united in marriage to Jean Peoples on June
7, 1956 in Sharon, Oklahoma. They made their first home in a small
trailer in Fairbanks, Alaska where it got so cold the blankets would
freeze to the walls. To this union three children were born, Steve,
Monte, and Denna. The family returned to Fargo in 1958 and ran a dairy
farm north of Fargo until 1973. In 1978 Larry fulfilled a dream of
traveling overseas to work for Parker Drilling in Algeria. He worked in
the oil field until retiring in 1998.
Larry was a member of the Fargo
United Methodist Church. He served on the Fargo School Board for ten
years. Larry was a believer in a strong work ethic, he strived to
instill his firm desire for self discipline in his children. The special
love of his family were his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Many
nights were spent with various renditions of "Farmer Brown Stories"
repeated from children down to great-grandchildren.
He is survived by his wife Jean of
the home; two sons, Steve Stahlman and wife Penny; Monte and wife Patty
all of Fargo; one daughter Denna Bridal and husband Shawn of Woodward;
five grandchildren, Tecia Spray and husband Brandon of Sharon; Ty
Stahlman of Fargo; Jenny Stahlman of Fargo; Stephanie Mingus and husband
Preston of Yukon; Talon Stahlman of Yukon; great-grandchildren, Megan
and Kanden Spray; Koby and Savannah Mingus; two brothers Clinton
Stahlman and wife Anita of Shattuck; Phil Stahlman and wife Linda of
Hayes, Kansas; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Don Peoples and wife
Leila of Mutual; Linda Guthrie and husband Cecil of Sharon; other
relatives and many good friends.
Larry was preceded in death by his
parents, Howard and Stella Stahlman and his in-laws, Willard and Lois
Peoples. Memorial contributions may be made to the Oklahoma Medical
Research Foundation, Cancer Research or the Woodward Hospital Hospice
with the funeral home accepting the contributions.
Who were Howard Stahlmans parents?
1741. Bennie Lou (Stahlman) Nelson Speer
from find a grave
Born in Gage, Oklahoma, she was the daughter of
John Earnest and Vera Alberta (Stoner) Stahlman.
She married Clifford Nelson. She later married Jess Willard Speer on
Oct. 26, 1965. During her lifetime, she sold over 350 articles and
published 13 books, mostly in regional history, including Moments in
Oklahoma History, a Book of Trivia; had one documentary film produced
for Norman United Way, and optioned a full-length screenplay, A Jurassic
Christmas. In 1992, her book, Hillback To Boggy, which she wrote in
collaboration with her husband, won the 1992 Oklahoma Book Award. She
wrote daily and became an accomplished self-publisher and published 13
books of her own, and helped others publish theirs. She won the Top Hand
Award, Colorado Authors League, 1977, 1983; Orange Coast Best Writer
Award, 1967; Okie Award, Oklahoma Writers Federation, 1991, 1992, 1993;
Oklahoma Center of the Book Award, 1992; Honorary Life Membership 1991;
and First Heritage Award, Oklahombres, 1996. She was preceded in death
by her parents; one great-grandson and her husband.
1742. Evelyn (Walton) Jones
from The Woodward News April 27, 2010
Woodward, Okla. — Evelyn
Jones, 77 year old Woodward resident, died Saturday, April 24, 2010 at
Cornerstone Residential Care in Woodward. Graveside funeral services
will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 28, 2010 in the Elmwood
Cemetery with Ray Don Jackson officiating. Burial will follow with the
Billings Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Evelyn Nadene (Walton) Jones was born on October 8, 1932 in Moorewood,
Oklahoma to Benjamin Orval and Zona Gale (Barten) Walton. Evelyn was
reared in Leedey and attended all grades there and graduated from Leedey
High School in 1950. After graduation she attended business college in
Oklahoma City. Evelyn was united in marriage to Charles W. "Charlie"
Jones on October 20, 1953 in Clovis, New Mexico. To this union they were
blessed with two children, Penny and Kenny. They made their first home
in Ardmore before moving to Woodward on Thanksgiving day in 1957. Evelyn
worked for the Woodward Savings and Loan and GAB Insurance before going
to work for the Outhier Insurance Agency on March 20, 1965. She retired
from working full time in March of 1985, but continued working part time
for Mr. Outhier until his death. Charlie preceded her in death on June
Because of her health, Evelyn moved into the Cornerstone Residential
Care in August of 2003 where she has lived since that time.
Evelyn was a member of the
Church of Christ. She was very involved in numerous activities with her
husband Charlie and they loved attending their grandchildren’s ballgames
and activities. After her retirement, she crocheted and enjoyed being
the best Grandma ever to her grandchildren.
She is survived by one son Kenny Jones and wife Bess of Woodward; one
daughter Penny Stahlman and husband Steve
of Fargo; three grandchildren, Adam Jones of Seattle,
Washington, Stephanie Mingus and husband Preston of Yukon, Talon
Stahlman and wife Kara of Shattuck; five great-grandchildren, Koby,
Savannah and Addison Mingus, Kadyn and Tatym Stahlman; one sister
Bevelyn Rushbrook of Edmond; sisters-in-law, Billie Ruth Jones of
Cheyenne and Euline Smith of Ada; brother-in-law, Frank Whiteley and
wife Lavena of Yukon; numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives
and many friends.
Besides her husband Charlie, Evelyn was preceded in death by her
parents, one grandson Aaron Jones on May 27, 1986, brothers-in-law,
Harvey Rushbrook, Louis Jones, J.B. Smith, sister-in-law, Lillian
Whiteley; and a special aunt and uncle Herman and Lorene Hogg.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes,
or Cancer Research with the funeral home accepting the contributions.
Remembrances may be shared online at
Her daughter Penny is married to a Steve
Stahlman. Who are Steve’s parents?
1747. William H. Maxim
Transcribed from an original newspaper clipping from the 'Sturgis
Daily Journal', which
serves the St. Joseph Co., Michigan area. Copy provided by
Sturgis - William H. Maxam,
75, of 25846 West
Fawn River Road,
engineer in the paper industry for more than 40 years, died March 1,
Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo. He was born Feb. 8, 1923 in
Fulton, N.Y., a son of
Lena May (Aston) Maxam. He moved from
1984. A veteran of WWII, he served in the U.S.Air Force from 1942-1945,
and he was a member of the VFW Post 2535 in Lockport, N.Y. On Jan. 25,
1969, he married
Barbara S. Stahlman in
He retired from Simplex Industries,
1986, where he was employed from 1973-1986.
Surviving are his wife; one
daughter, Mrs. Alan (Cheryl Ann)
Ohio; one grandson, Shane
CROCKER. He was
preceded in death by his parents and four brothers. There will be no
visitation or services. Cremation has taken place. Graveside services
will be held at a later date at Mt. View Cemetery,
Memorials may be directed to the National
Kidney Foundation, 2350 S.
Huron Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Envelopes are available at the
Hackman-Foglesong Funeral Home of
Who were Barbara Stahlman’s parents?
1749. Eva Jene (Mohney)
12/21/2009 Eva Jene Gearhart,
83, Clearfield, died Saturday at Mountain Laurel Nursing and
Rehabilitation Center, Clearfield. Born Jan. 15, 1926 in Clearfield, she
was a daughter to the late
William M. and Lena
Biesh Mohney Sr. She was married to Leonard
A. Gearhart Jr. on July 17, 1946. He preceded her in death April 18,
She was a former employee for
Bell Telephone in the traffic department, retiring in 1974. She was a
member of the Trinity United Methodist Church, and most recently the
West Side United Methodist Church, both in Clearfield.
She is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Terry (Bonnie Jean) Hubert of Washoe Valley, Nev.; a son, Leonard
A. 'Sonnie' Gearhart of Reynoldsville; two brothers, Bernard L. Mohney,
of Indiana and Larry B. Mohney of Clearfield; five grandchildren; two
great-granddaughters; and several nieces and nephews. She was also
preceded in death by a brother, William M. Mohney, Jr.
GEARHART: Eva Jene,
Clearfield, died Dec. 19, 2009. Friends will be received from 6-8 p.m.
today and 10-11 a.m. Tuesday at the Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home,
Clearfield. A funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the
funeral home with the Rev. Rodger J. Gorton officiating. Burial will be
in Hillcrest Cemetery, Clearfield. Memorial donations may be made to the
West Side United Methodist Church, 317 Nichols St., Clearfield. Online
condolences may be made at
Who were William Mohney’s parents?
1750. Arland L. Hardman from
Arland L. Hardman, age 57, of Navarre died unexpectedly Monday, November
28, 2011 in Mercy Medical Center. Born January 29, 1954 in Canton, Ohio
to the late Earl and Emelia Hardman, he was a life resident of the
Canton/ Navarre area and a 1973 graduate of Fairless High School. Arland
was employed by Technibus as a welder and fabricator. He was an avid
golfer and loved to work in his barn. Arland was an excellent husband
and the greatest father and pa-pa. He loved everyone and was a devoted
friend to all.
Survived by his wife of 37 years, Bonnie S. (Michel)
Hardman; three children and spouses, Arland and Anna Hardman of Navarre,
Kelly and Craig Stahlman of Bolivar, Eric
and Kathie Hardman of Brewster; six grandchildren, Alyssa, Taylor,
Tyson, Brady, Tori and Brylee; his twin brother and sister-in-law, Vance
and Coreen Hardman of Massillon; one sister, Norma Czekansky of North
Canton; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Friday,
Dec. 2, 2011 at 11:00 am in the Kreighbaum-Sanders Funeral Home on South
Cleveland Ave. with Fr. Michael Seifert officiating. Friends may call
Thursday from 5-8 pm.
Who are Craig
1751. Charles Raleigh Derby
December 13, 2011
Charles Raleigh Derby, died
Oct. 2, 2011 in Littleton, N.H. He was born Sept. 26, 1923 in Little
Valley, NY, the son of Charles and Alice Venman Derby. Before moving to
New England, he owned Derby's Heating and Plumbing, and until retirement
worked at Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics in Groten, Conn. He
was active in the naval reserve until retirement. He was a 32 degree
Mason and played the glockenspiel in the marching band. He also enjoyed
painting, especially dogs.
Charles is survived by four children: Torie Swanson, Mark (Jane) Derby
of Frewsburg, Scott (Judy) Derby of Kersey, Pa., and Shelley
(Dick) Stahlman of Jamestown;
several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and a brother, Edward
(Marilyn) Derby of Warren, Pa.
parents, he was predeceased by three sisters: Mable Helscel, Marion
Derby and Eleanor Ruffennach; a brother, John Derby; a grandson, Craig
Swanson; and a great-grandson, Brenden Garcia A private family service
Who are Dicks
1752. Colleen Kay (McCandless)
From The Blackstone Funeral Home Girard, Ohio
Colleen Kay Painter, 84,
formerly of Girard, died Thursday November 3, 2011 in Carmel, Indiana.
She was born April 11, 1927 in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, the daughter
of the late Donald & Elsie Fox McCandless.
She formerly worked at Easco
Aluminum Co. for three years and M & M Manufacturing for 5 years. She
was a former member of Girard Senior Citizens where she and her husband
were very active and involved in many activities.
She is survived by her husband
James Bruce Painter of Noblesville, Ind., whom she married September 23,
1951, son, John D. (June) Painter of Carmel, Indiana, grandson Brian
(Melinda) Painter and two great-grandsons Andrew J. and Cameron J. of
Westfield, Ind., and grandson Scott M. (Emily) Lytle Painter of
Noblesville, In., two sisters Garnet M. (Joseph)
Stahlman of Slippery Rock, Pa. and Erla J. Gouldsberry of Lisbon,
Ohio, two step brothers, DeWayne Fair and Harry Fair of Lancaster, PA.
She was preceded in death by her step father, Mearl Fair, two step
sisters, Georgene & Marie and step brother, LaMont Fair.
Funeral Services will be held
on Sunday November 6, 2011 at 5:30 PM at Blackstone Funeral Home in
Girard where the family will receive relatives and friends from 3:00 PM
until the time of service. Interment will take place at Crown Hill
Visit www.blackstonesfh.com to
view this obituary and send condolences to the Painter family.
Who are Josephs
1753. Billy E. Carter
from The Canton Repository on February 22, 2007
Billy E. Carter age 68 of
Navarre went home to be with the Lord Wednesday February 21, 2007 after
an extended illness. He was born June 23, 1938 in Proctorville, OH to
the late Harold & Cuba (Burd) Carter. Bill lived most of his life in
Navarre. He retired from J & L Steel in Louisville in 1994. Bill was a
devoted husband, loving father and grandfather. Bill enjoyed working on
cars and playing Bluegrass music on his guitar.
He is survived by his wife of
almost 50 years, Valine (Burd) Carter of the residence. In addition
there are 7 children and spouses: Kathy Conzen of Massillon; Earl D. and
Tina Carter of Kitts Hills, OH; Tammy and John Karahuta of Navarre;
Larry and Tonya Carter of Navarre; Sharon and
Jeff Stahlman of Beach City; Kevin and Denise Carter of
Massillon; and Carrie Carter of Massillon. There are 18 grandchildren
and 5 great grandchildren and one sister, Francis and one brother, Jim
living out of state. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Friday at the
Paquelet Funeral Home in Massillon. Burial will be at Brookfield
Cemetery. Friends may call from noon until 2 p.m. Friday.
Who are Jeff’s
1754. Donald Huebner
Donald Huebner of Morris
passed away Friday, October 7, 2011 at the age of 90. Funeral services
will be held on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. at the First
Lutheran Church in Morris, with Reverend Ken Bowman officiating.
Visitation will be on Monday at Pedersen Funeral Home in Morris, from 5
to 8 p.m. with a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. and one hour prior to the
services Monday at the church. Burial will be at Summit Cemetery,
Donald Peter Huebner, son of
August and Margaret (Stahlman) Huebner
was born on April 12, 1921 at Morris, Minnesota. He graduated from
Alberta High School in Alberta, Minnesota. Donald then began working
construction in the Donnelly area, before he entered the U.S. Air Corps
in December of 1942. He was united in marriage to Joyce Strand on
December 14, 1943. Shortly after, Donald left to serve his country
during WW II, serving as a radio mechanic in Central Europe, Normandy,
and North France and was awarded several medals. Donald was honorably
discharged in October of 1945, and returned to Minnesota. In 1947,
Donald and Joyce rented a farm near Cyrus, Minnesota, before purchasing
a farm West of Donnelly in 1952. The couple moved into Morris in 1986;
however Donald continued to be active with farming until the early
Donald was a life member at
First Lutheran Church in Morris, where he was baptized and confirmed. He
served on the church council as well as an usher for many years. He
served as member and chairman on the Federal Land Bank Board, was a
member of the Morris VFW, Minnesota Flying Farmers, and member of the
Morris-Hancock Flying Club. He and Joyce loved to travel; not only
throughout the United States but in several other countries across the
world. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, flying, and golfing, but will be
remembered most for the love he had for his grandchildren and
Donald died on Friday, October
7, 2011 at the Stevens County Medical Center in Morris. He was 90 years
old. He is survived by his wife, Joyce, Morris; two sons, Ralph (Mary
M.) Huebner, Donnelly and Rich (Deb) Huebner, Correll; one daughter,
Diane (Richard) Beckman, San Diego, CA; one sister, Margie Wagner
Leavenworth, KS; 12 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, and many
nieces and nephews.
Donald was preceded in death
by his parents, five brothers, Robert, Lloyd, Walter, Raymond and
Lester, and one sister, Bertha Andert.
Pallbearers for the funeral
will be Donald’s grandchildren: Charles Huebner, David Huebner, Jon
Huebner, Matthew Huebner, Robert Huebner, Amy Swanson, Shawn Huebner,
Nathan Huebner, Carlos Huebner, Eric Huebner, Sarah Beckman and Jessica
Ziebarth. Mary Huebner will be soloist and Deb Mahoney will be organist
for the service.
Who are Margaret’s parents?
1755. Donald W. Auvil Jr.
Donald W. Auvil Jr. was born
January 5, 1949. On November 26, 2008 he went to be with the Lord.
Preceded in death his mother, Mary D, brother, Michael Eugene and son,
Ronald Gene Auvil. Survived by daughter, Keri
(Jeremy) Stahlman; sisters, Cheri (Ron) Flores and Mary F.
Salinas; dad, Donald W. Auvil, Sr. (all from CA.); brother, Patrick
(Lori) Auvil (of IL); grandchildren, Matthew and Elia Stahlman and many
nephews and nieces. Services will be held on Monday, December 8, 2008 at
10:00 a.m. at Abbey Mortuary, 3435 N. 1st Avenue, Tucson, Arizona.
Who are Jeremy’s
1756. Doris June (Buchanan) Swinney
from the Midland Reporter-Telegram on November 9, 2011
Doris June Swinney was born on
August 4, 1934, in Midland, Texas, to Raymond and Oneada Buchanan. She
passed away on November 6, 2011, at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa.
Doris married Billy Swinney on January 18, 1952, in Odessa. They lived
and worked in this area for most of their married life. She was an
Enrolled Agent with the "IRS", and she owned and operated her own
accounting service for over 40 years. At one time she also owned a
restaurant. She loved to cook. Doris was a great mom, grandmother, and
great grandmother. She loved people and never seemed to meet a stranger.
Doris was preceded in death by her parents and her husband. She is
survived by one son, Royce Swinney of Odessa; two daughters, LaTanya
Barber and her husband, Stephen of Camarillo, Ca, and
Sicrita Stahlman of Odessa; and one
brother, Jesse Buchanan of Midland. The family will receive friends on
Wednesday evening, 11-9-2011, from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m., at Hubbard
Kelly Funeral Home. Funeral services will be on Thursday, 11-10-2011, at
the Hubbard Kelly Funeral Home Chapel, at 1:00 p.m., with Rev. Clydel
Chapman officiating. Burial will follow at Resthaven Memorial Cemetery
in Midland. Services are entrust to Hubbard Kelly Funeral Home
Who is Sicrita
married to and who are his parents?
1757. Edwin G. Stahlman
Edwin G. Stahlman, 99, of 55
Forney Drive, Lititz, formerly of New York City, died Monday, November
15, 2004 at the home of his niece, Virginia, with whom he resided. He
was employed for 50 yrs. at Brooklyn Union Gas Co., now known as Keyspan
Energy and retired from the Credit and Collection Department in 1969. He
was married 53 yrs. to Anne Newmann Stahlman who died in 1984.
He was a member of Salem
Lutheran Church of Kissel Hill, the Railroad Museum of PA, the St.
George Society, and the Lititz Senior Center. Many happy hours were
spent by him at Strasburg RR where he would talk "railroad" with his
conductor friends. His father was an engine dispatcher and his brother a
fireman on the Long Island R.R., which explained his interest in trains.
He was born in 1905 in
Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of Frederick and
Isabelle Stratton Stahlman. His lone survivor is his niece,
Services will be held on
Thursday, November 18, 2004 @ ll:00 A.M. from Salem Lutheran Church of
Kissel Hill, Lititz with Rev. Irvin E. Straw, Jr. officiating. Burial
will be in the adjoining cemetery. Friends may call at the church from
10 A.M. to ll A.M. on Thursday at the church. Contributions may be made
in his memory to the Memorial Fund of Salem Lutheran Church of Kissel
Hill, 26 Owl Hill Road, Lititz, 17543 or to Hospice of Lancaster Co.,
P.O. Box 4125, Lancaster, PA 17604-4125.
Who are Frederick’s
1761. Lorraine (Aaron) Rella
Lorraine Aaron Rella, formerly
of the Clarion Area, died 12/19/11 at the Lakeland Regional Hospital in
Lakeland, Florida, following a Brief illness. She was born Feb. 24, 1947
in Brookville, PA., a daughter of the late Melvin F. Aaron Sr. and Verle
Lorraine was a
1965 graduate of Clarion Limestone High School and worked as an
Activities Director at the Winter Haven Hospital in Winter Haven,
She is survived by her husband Dominick Rella, two daughters, Holly
Knotts of Pittsburgh, PA., and
of Winter Haven, Florida, three sisters, Rosemary Schmader and her
husband Walter of Winter Haven, Florida, Martha Aaron of Winter Haven,
Florida, Kathleen Whitney of Raleigh, NC, two brothers, Melvin Aaron and
his wife Robin of Strattanville, PA., and Michael Aaron and his wife
Bonnie of Clarion, PA., She had three grandchildren as well as numerous
nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Melvin F.
Aaron Sr. There will be no visitation and a private family service will
be held at the convenience of the family. The Goble Funeral Home &
Crematory in Clarion was in charge of local arrangements. On line
condolences maybe sent to the family by going to
Who is Molly married
to and who are his parents?
1763. Mary Zaruhee (Sinamian) Stahlman
from The Wyoming County Examiner
Mary Zaruhee Stahlman of
Dalton died at the home of her daughter Marie
Stahlman on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008.
She was born in Detroit, Mich., on Oct. 24, 1923, daughter of the
late Parook and Sivart Julkatier Boudockian Sinamian. She served as a
Lieutenant in the Navy in the Korean conflict and prior to her
retirement was employed as a nurse in the health care industry. She was
preceded in death by a daughter Mary Jane
Stahlman, a brother Jack Sinamian, and a sister Flora Volz.
Surviving is a daughter
Marie Stahlman and her husband Robert
Thomas of Dalton; a sister Kathleen Payne of Big Bear City Calif.; two
granddaughters and their fiancées Cassandra Miller and David Silaphath,
and Rachel Miller and Baylan Smith all of Richmond, Va. One
great-grandson Morrissey Silaphath, as well as several nieces and
Funeral services were held on
Friday, Nov. 21, in the Armenian Church of the Holy Martyrs, Bayside New
York, with interment in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Flushing, N.Y.
Arrangements by Sheldon-Kukuchka Funeral Home, Inc., 73 W Tioga St.,
Tunkhannock. On line condolences may be sent to
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer, Heart,
Diabetes or Alzheimer's Association.
Who is Marie’s and
Mary Jane’s father and who are his parents?
1764. Nancy Ann (Heim) Stubbs
From Explore Venango.com
Nancy Ann Stubbs, 42, of Oil
City, died Friday, June 22, 2012, at her home. Born September 28, 1969
in Oil City, she was a daughter of Larry and Nancy Lawson Heim. Nancy
attended Cranberry High School. She had worked as a nurse’s aide at
Grandview and the Presbyterian Home. Nancy was an avid Steelers fan, and
enjoyed cooking, camping, attending fairs, watching “Little House on the
Prairie” and collecting angels.
She is survived by her
parents, Larry and Nancy Heim of Kennerdell; two sons,
Teddy Matthew Stahlman and his fiancée
Lisa Price of Sharon and Travis John Stubbs and his fiancée Katelyn
Wright of Oil City; two brothers, Larry Heim Jr and wife Lucinda of
Cooperstown, and Michael Heim and wife Holly of Kennerdell; and two
sisters, Joyce Young and husband Dave of Franklin and Angel Heim of Oil
Also surviving are aunts and
uncles Charles and Mary Jane Dick, Denny and Peggy Frankenberger, James
and Diane Lawson, Donald and Gloria Parry, Harold Lawson II, Joyce
Rodebaugh, and Sandy Russell; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and
her best friend, Shannon Shaffer.
There will be no visitation.
Funeral Services will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu
of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the family to help
Who is Teddy
Matthew’s father and grandparents on Stahlman side?
1765. David W. Yoder
LEWISTOWN - David W. Yoder,
53, of 209 Peach Orchard Road, Lewistown, died at 11:16 p.m. Wednesday,
April 26, 2000, at his residence. Born Sept. 13, 1946, in Lycoming
County, he was a son of Mae E. (Eck) Browne of State College and the
late David H. Yoder. His wife, G. Jane (Sunderland) Yoder of 209 Peach
Orchard Road, Lewistown, whom he married May 22, 1977, survives.
Also surviving are: children,
David W. Yoder Jr., Reedsville, Christopher L. Yoder, Krista Everly and
Julie Swope, all of Lewistown, Jennifer Yoder, Lancaster, and Jannette
Rapp, Yeagertown; brothers and sisters, Susan Maples, Houston, Texas,
Gary Yoder, Bonnie Martin, and Connie Stahlman,
all of Bellefonte, John Yoder and Skip Browne, both of State College,
and Donald Browne, Howard; and three grandchildren.
He was a veteran of the
Vietnam War. He was general manager at Foss Jewelers in State College.
He was a member of the Lewistown Lodge F&AM No. 203, the Tall Cedars of
Lebanon, and the Lewistown Kiwanis Club. Services will be held at 1:30
p.m. Sunday at Heller-Hoenstine Woodlawn Funeral Home, 200 N. Main St.,
Lewistown, with the Rev. Ralph Wilson officiating.
Interment will be in Lind
Memorial Cemetery, Lewistown, where graveside military rites will be
conducted by VFW Post 7011, Lewistown. Friends may call 7-9 p.m.
Saturday at the funeral home, where a masonic service will be held at
8:30 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Brookline Hospice, 230
S. Logan Boulevard, Burnham, PA 17009 or to the American Cancer Society,
PO Box 551, Lewistown, PA 17044.
Who is Connie
married to and who are his parents?
1766. Deborah Lee Sanderson
Philadelphia Inquirer &
Philadelphia Daily News 3/4/2009
Deborah Lee Sanderson, 58 of West Bristol, March 2,
2009. Beloved wife of Jeffery and loving mother of John Kimbel III.
Daughter of Patricia L. Thomas. All are invited to The Fletcher-Nasevich
Funeral Home, 9529 Bustleton Ave., Phila. for her Memorial Service on
Friday March 6 at 6:00 P.M. Service to follow at 7 P.M.
How does she tie
into Stahlman Family?
'1767. Elizabeth (Mihranian)
Stahlman from Timesunion.com via
EAST GREENBUSH Elizabeth (nee
Mihranian) Stahlman, age 82 of East Greenbush, passed away on February
12, 2011 at her residence. Beloved wife of 57 years to
Norman E. Stahlman; devoted mother of
JoAnne (Poul) Pedersen of Cincinnati, Ohio and Norman R (Connie)
Stahlman of East Greenbush; proud grandmother of Samantha Jane Stahlman.
Predeceased by sister, Mary Nordikian; and brother, Sarkis Mihranian Sr.
Graduate of Columbia High School and lifelong member of Greenbush
Reformed Church. Calling hours will be Tuesday , 4-7 p.m. at the
Greenbush Reformed Church, 688 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush, NY
12061. Funeral services will be Wednesday, 11:00 at the Greenbush
Reformed Church. If desired memorials may also be made to the Greenbush
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1768. Eric Paul Moore Sr.
Eric Paul "Geech" Moore Sr.,
age 32 of Green St., Chicora, died at 12:15 am Sunday, October 19, 2003
at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh from injuries he sustained
in a vehicle accident in Fairview Township on October 2. Eric was born
in Butler on January 30, 1971. He was the son of Malcolm L. "Terry"
Moore and Bonnie L. Crouch Moore Hile. Mr. Moore had attended the
Chicora United Methodist Church. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and
being with his two young sons. He was employed in the construction
trade. Mr. Moore was a 1989 graduate e of Karns City, High School.
He is survived by: two sons,
Eric Paul Moore, Jr. and Ian Michael Moore, both of Chicora; also
survived by his father and his wife Malcolm L. "Terry" and Kathy Moore
of Chicora; his mother, Bonnie L. Crouch Hile and her friend William
Keiper of Homosassa, FL., a brother, Malcolm James "Jamie" Moore of
Newport Richey, FL.; a sister Shannon Lee Moore of Chicora; a
step-brother, Stephen Hilliard of Butler; a step-sister, Stacy Hilliard,
of Chicora; his maternal grandmother and step grandfather, Arthur and
Doris Crouch Marx, of Fenelton.
Also surviving are his sons'
mother, Sherri Moore and her parents, Valunda and
James Stahlman, all of Chicora. A number
of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins also survive. Mr. Moore
was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Cecil Crouch; his
paternal grandparents, Robert M. Moore and Josephine Kelly Moore.
Friends were received Tuesday at the Chicora United Methodist Church on
Central Avenue in Chicora. Funeral Services were held at the United
Methodist Church with the Rev. Mark Wallace, pastor of the Chicora
Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, and the Rev. Glea Foster,
pastor of the Chicora United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment
was at the St. John Reformed Church Cemetery, Chicora. Funeral
arrangements were under the direction of Christopher M. Hile Funeral
Home, St. Petersburg, Pa. Memorial contributions may be made to the Eric
Paul Moore, Sr. Memorial Trust and sent C/0 Citizens National Bank, P.O.
Box 0, Chicora, Pa. 16025.
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1769. Donna Jean (Dinberg)
from the Oil City Derrick May 5, 2009
Donna Jean Dinberg, 66, died
Saturday, April 11, 2009, at The Hospice at May Court in Ottawa, Canada,
surrounded by family members and her closest friends, Franceen and
Pierre Gaudet. She was born Sept. 3, 1942, in Kingston, Ontario, to H.
Margaret "Madge" Malloch Dinberg and the late Dr. Maurice C. Dinberg.
Donna graduated in 1960 from Oil City High School. She received a
bachelor's degree from York University and an M.L.S. degree from McGill
University. Following her studies, she worked for the National Library
of Canada and its successor organization, Library and Archives Canada,
for more than 34 years. She was also librarian for the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Ottawa.
In addition to her father, she
was predeceased by her beloved husband, Joseph "Habao" Texidor, a jazz
musician, who died Oct. 19, 2007. She is survived by their daughter,
Edith "Liz" Fletcher of Chicago; by her three stepdaughters, Michelle
Reynolds (and Susanne Perrenod) of New York City, Nicole Texidor of
Victoria, B.C., and Camille T. Octave (and husband Lesly); and by her
step-grandson, Samuel I. Octave of Montreal. Also surviving are her
mother, of Oil City; her sister, Janet D. Thompson of Oil City; her
brother, Douglas I. Dinberg (and wife Carolyn) of Oil City; her brother,
Norman A. Dinberg (and wife Brenda G. Stahlman)
of Clarion; and her nephew, David S. Thompson (and wife Carrie).
A graveside service was held
Monday, April 13, at the Jewish Community Cemetery, Osgoode, Ontario,
where she was laid to rest beside her beloved husband. A memorial
service celebrating Donna's life was held at the funeral chapel on
Friday, April 17. The family suggests memorial contributions be sent to
the local chapter of the American Cancer Society, 10 W. Front St., Oil
City, 16301, or to a charity of one's choice.
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1770. Harley John “Jug” Rust,
Harley John “Jug” Rust, Jr,
83, of Franklin, passed away at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
at UPMC Northwest in Seneca. Born July 31, 1928 in Butler, Harley was
the son of the late Harley John and Catherine Nancy Johnson Rust, Sr.
Harley was a Korean War Era
Air force Veteran having served from June 1, 1948 until June 3, 1952. He
was retired from IBEW Local #712 in 1987 where he worked as a Journeyman
Electrician. Harley was married on June 14, 1958 to the former Evelyn
Harley was a life-time member
of V.F.W. Jesse Greer Post, and a former member of the Franklin Moose,
Eagles, and Elks. He enjoyed fishing and hunting, sports and word
puzzles. He was a one-time charter member of the Sandycreek Volunteer
Fire Department. Harley especially cherished the times he spent with his
grandchildren and great-granddaughter. Harley is survived by his wife,
Evelyn; his son, Timothy Wayne Rust and his wife, Michele, of Franklin;
and his daughters, Jodi Lynne Donley and her husband, Norman F., of
Loudonville, Ohio, and Sue Anne Bloom and her husband, Kris, of Oil
He is also survived by his
grandchildren, Sharlene Miller and her husband, Charles, of
Hopkinsville, Kentucky; Nathan Donley and his fiancee’, Kristin Kamenik,
of Loudonville, Ohio; John Stahlman of
Oil City; and Dylan Rust and Amber Rust, both of Franklin; and his
great-grandchild, Natalya Miller.
Harley is additionally
survived by his sisters, Margaret Jane Soboleski and her husband,
Joseph, of Front Royal, Virginia; Edith Lorraine Rust of Franklin; and
Norma Jean Keverline and her husband, Kenneth, of Greenville.
In addition to his parents,
Harley was preceded in death by his brothers, Stanley “Jim” Rust, who
was killed in WWII, and Kenneth Rust; and his sister, Virginia Barker.
Family and friends will be
received at the Gardinier Funeral Home, Inc., 1315 Chestnut Street,
Franklin on Friday, December 9, from 3 to 7 p.m. Funeral Services will
be held at the Funeral Home on Saturday, December 10 at 11 a.m., with
Rev. Johnny Pennington, pastor of the Congress Hill Church of God,
officiating. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to
the Kirtland Foundation – PO Box 108, Franklin, PA 16323 and/or the
Venango County Humane Society – PO Box 1045, Oil City PA 16301. Family
and friends may send online condolences, flowers, cards, or obtain
further information by visiting
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