Laura M. (Dykes) Stahlman, 84
Mary (Dykes) Stahlman, 84, formerly of 133 Walnut Street, Brookville,
died Thursday, September 4, 1997, at the Pennsylvania Memorial Home,
Brookville. Mrs. Stahlman was born December 20, 1912 in Sigel, the
daughter of Theodore and Christina (Steele) Dykes. She was a homemaker
and a member of the First Baptist Church of Brookville and the
Brookville Senior Citizens. Surviving relatives include three daughters;
Sue Ann Seit-Martens of Oregon, Jane Dickey of Hollidaysburg, and
Barbara Haskell of St. Mary's; nine grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren; and one sister (sic)
(Mrs??) Keith Brocious of Roseville. She was preceded in
death by one son, Ronald E. Stahlman; her parents, two brothers and one
sister. Funeral services will be held at 1 pm Monday at the
Galbraith-McKinney Funeral Home of Brookville. The Rev. William
Shellhammer will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Tabor Cemetery,
Eldred Township. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 pm Sunday and 8 am
to 1 pm Monday at the funeral home. The family has suggested memorials
may be made to the Pennsylvania Memorial Home, 51 Euclid Avenue,
Brookville, or the First Baptist Church, 101 Main Street, Brookville.
Frederick B. Stahlman, M.D., 76
Frederick B. Stahlman, M.D., 76, of Clarion, died Friday, May 30, 1997
at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. Dr. Stahlman was born May 2,
1921 in Charleroi, the son of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Stahlman of Indiana. He
was married in 1945 to Joan Dick, who preceded him in death. He married
Lillian McGee Fink in DuBois on May 24, 1975. A 1939 graduate of Indiana
High School, he graduated from Waynesburg College in 1943 and entered
Pittsburgh Medical School, where he graduated in 1946 in the field of
family practice. He entered the Army Medical Services in 1947 and was
discharged honorably with the rank of captain in 1949. Dr. Stahlman was
house physician at Indiana Hospital for one year prior to opening a
private practice in Clarion in 1950. He maintained his practice until
his death and also served as school physician for the Clarion-Limestone
School District for 15 years. He was plant physician at Owens-Illinois
until his death and was a staff member at hospitals in Oil City,
Brookville and Clarion. A member and past president of the Clarion
County Medical Society, he was also a member of the Pennsylvania Medical
Society. He received a plaque and pin for 50 years of medical practice
in 1996. Dr. Stahlman was a member of the American Legion and attended
the First United Methodist Church of Clarion. Surviving relatives
include his wife, Lillian Stahlman; two sons; Fredrick Stahlman of
Wakefield; R.I., and Jeffery Stahlman of West Bristol; one daughter,
Diane Mitchell of Chestertown, Md.; three step-sons; David Fink of
Columbus, Ohio, James Fink of Reisterstown, Md., and John Fink of
Baltimore Md.; two step-daughters; Phyllis Bathurst of Towson, Md., and
Beverly Eggert of Seal Beach, California; 13 grandchildren; and one
brother, Dr. Alden Stahlman, D.D.S., of Clarion. He was also preceded in
death by a sister, Lucile Breakiron. Funeral services were held Monday.
Burial was in Clarion Cemetery. The family has suggested memorials may
be made to the first United Methodist Church of Clarion or the Clarion
Albert W. Stahlman, 79
W. Stahlman, 79, of 700 Woodland Avenue, Punxsutawney, died Wednesday,
May 10, 1995 at home. Mr. Stahlman was born December 2, 1915 in
Worthville, the son of Grover Scott and Edith (Mottern) Stahlman. He was
married December 24, 1941 to the former June Pope, who preceded him in
death May 16, 1979. A carpenter, he attended the Woodland Avenue United
Methodist Church. He is survived by two daughters; Mrs. Harry (Carol)
Noerr of Punxsutawney, R.D. 3, and Judy Stahlman of Cleveland, Ohio;
three grandchildren; and a sister, Hazel Kiehl of Punxsutawney.
In addition to his wife, he was
preceded by a sister, Helen Stahlman, and three brothers, Earl Stahlman,
Clyde Stahlman, and Blaine Stahlman. The Deeley Funeral Home of
Punxsutawney is in charge.
Joyce Maxine Stahlman
September 23, 1916 - January 11, 2001
— Services for Joyce Stahlman will be 1 p.m. Jan. 27 at Gates
Cemetery. Arrangements are by Autumn Funerals & Cremation.
Contributions: American Diabetes Association.
— Joyce Stahlman, 84, died Jan. 11. She was born in Detroit and raised
in the Gates-Mill City-Detroit area. She married Ward in 1935 and they
lived in Gates-Mill City. He preceded her in death. She moved to La Pine
in 1998. She enjoyed gardening and crocheting. Survivors include her
daughters, Ellen Spears of La Pine, Loretta Yerman of Oregon City;
brother, Orville Knutson of Gates; 10 grandchildren; and 12
great-grandchildren. Services will be 1 p.m. Jan. 27 at Gates Cemetery.
Arrangements are by Autumn Funerals & Cremation.
Contributions: American Diabetes Association.
Fred Ward Stahlman March
20, 1944 - November 15, 2000
Pine — Fred Stahlman, 56, died Nov. 15. Cause of death was
unavailable. He was born in Salem and lived in Salem until 1969 and in
Sandy from 1980-87, then moved to Sisters. In 1991 he moved to La Pine.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and cooking. His
wife, Gloria, died in 1997. Survivors include his daughters, Treva
Stahlman of La Pine, Tracy Ramsey of Canby; sons, Ernest of Marion,
Ill., David Pierce of Florida; mother, Joyce Stahlman of La Pine;
sisters, Ellen Spears of La Pine and Loretta Yerman of Oregon; and five
grandchildren. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at La Pine
Christian Center. Arrangements are by Autumn Funerals in Bend.
Nellie L. (Dorothy) Stahlman
June 27, 1903 - April 06, 2002
- Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Monday, April 8 at Fairview
Cemetery in Mill City, Ore. Arrangements are by Weddle Funeral Home.
S. Dale Stahlman October 9, 2002 from:
Dale Stahlman, 83, died July 27 at the James A. Haley VA Hospital in
Tampa, Fl. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1940. He was
injured while stationed in England with the 8th Air Force. After he was
medically discharged, he began his career with the American Legion in
Erie, Pa. In 1950 he transferred to the Pittsburgh office, and in 1955
to Washington. In 1963 he and his family moved to Sterling. He retired
in 1984 from the American Legion and was considered for the position of
Associate Administrator of the Veterans Administration. He was a life
member of American Legion Post 150 in Sterling. He also was a member of
Herndon Masonic Lodge No. 264 AF&AM and Order of the Eastern Star,
Herndon Chapter No. 55, Herndon. He was a member of Loudoun Royal Arch
Chapter No. 55 Arlington Commandary No. 29, and Kena Temple A.A.O.N.M.S.
He was also a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Ashburn and associate
member of Mapleton Church of Christ (Disciples). Survivors include his
second wife, Marion (Wright) Stahlman of St. Thomas, Ontario; his son,
Jeffrey D. Stahlman of Sterling; and three grandsons, Robert D. Stewart
II of Louisa; and Zachary J. and Treven A. Stahlman, both of Sterling.
Services will be held Oct 9 at 6 p.m. at Adams-Green Furneral Home in
Herndon. His cremated remains will be laid to rest beside his wife,
Carlene, Oct 9 at 11 a.m. at Arlington National Cemetery.
107b. Dale Stahlman from the St. Petersburg Times
(FL) - July 30, 2002
STAHLMAN, DALE, 82, of
New Port Richey, died Saturday (July 27, 2002) at the James A. Health VA
Medical Center, Tampa. Born in Brookville, Pa., he came here in 1990
from Strongsville, Ohio.
He was a claims
administrator for the Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C. He was
an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II and a member of St. Stephen's
Episcopal Church, New Port Richey.
Survivors include his
wife, Marion; two sons, Jeffrey Stahlman, Sterling, Va., and Robert
Stewart, Louisa, Va.; a stepson, Robert Wright, Littleton, Colo.; a
stepdaughter, Kathleen Robinson, St. Thomas, Ontario; and seven
grandchildren. Veterans Cremation & Burial Society, Clearwater.
108. Gary Lloyd Stahlman (Sent
to me by firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gary Lloyd Stahlman, 58, of 316
Walnut St., Reno, died at 9:05 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2001, at the
West Unit of Northwest Medical Center in Franklin. Born June 23, 1943,
in Brookville, he was a son of Wanda R. Blair Stahlman Clark and the
late James Lloyd Stahlman. Mr. Stahlman was a 1961 graduate of Franklin
High School. He served in the Pennsylvania National Guard. Mr. Stahlman
worked at Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. for 17 years as a foreman, later as
a foreman at Brown Boiler Works, and then as a machinist for Oilwell/Unimold.
He was an avid golfer, participating in various local leagues. He
enjoyed spending time with his family and grandchildren, tinkering in
the garage, four-wheeling, riding snowmobiles and hunting. He was
married Oct. 24, 1964, to the former Mary Lou Deets, and she survives.
Also surviving are two daughters and their husbands, Deanna M. and Eric
Messner of Chapmanville, and Susan J. and Dana Shreffler of Franklin;
four grandchildren, Rebecca Messner and Luke Messner of Chapmanville and
Logan Shreffler and Nicholas Shreffler of Franklin; his mother, Wanda R.
Clark of Reno; one brother, Jack W. Stahlman of North Carolina; and
several nieces and nephews. In addition to his father, he was preceded
in death by a sister, Barbara Jane Stahlman Linn; and his stepfather,
Harry A. Clark. The Morrison Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
There will be no visitation. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m.
Saturday in Oakland United Methodist Church with the Rev. Richard
Roberts, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Reno Cemetery.
The family suggests memorials be made to Oakland United Methodist Church
or Reno United Methodist Church.
109. Sophia (Rinard) Shick http://www.pa-roots.com/cgi-bin/data/armstrongobit.cgi?review=93
Armstrong County Genealogy
Project Obituary Board Posted By: Amanda Foringer Jan. 2 2000:
Mrs. Sophia Shick widow of J.M.
Shick, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Edmonds, Fairmount
City, Jan 29, 1931 aged 79 yrs, 5 mos. and 13 days. She was a daughter
of Reuben and Angeline (Stahlman) Reinard (sic - Rinard), and was born Aug 15, 1851.
She was united in marriage to J. M. Shick and to this union were born
five sons and seven daughters, namely Jesse and Charles of Hawthorn;
Earl of Pierce; A.C. of Pleasant Valley; Ambrose, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Ralph
Shaffer, R.D. 4 New Bethlehem; Mrs. Reed Williams, Hawthorn; Mrs. F.
Edmonds, Fairmount City; Mrs. Jacob George, Mayport; Mrs. Harvey
Shaffer, Kittanning, and Mrs. Thos. Gruver, Hawthorn. Sixty-six
grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren also survive. The deceased was
a member of the Hawthorn Evangelical Church for more than 40 years. She
was a resident of Hawthorn for many years until last fall when she went
to live with her children. Funeral Services in her memory were held in
the Evangelical Church on Sunday last and were conducted by her pastor,
the Rev. E.I. Mankameyer, after which interment, under the direction of
H. H. Sloan, was made at the Hawthorn Cemetery. Cards of Thanks: For
sympathy and assistance extended to us by friends and neighbors during
the illness, death and burial of our beloved mother, Mrs. Sophia Shick,
we wish to extend our many hear felt thanks-------children.
110. Robert E. Stahlman http://www.thenews-herald.com/stories/11112003-2048.shtml
Robert E. Stahlman, 35, of 9606
Route 66, Clarion, Limestone Township, Clarion County, died at 4:15 p.m.
Sunday in Clarion Hospital of injuries sustained in a four-wheeler
accident in Frogtown, Clarion County. Born June 24, 1968, in Brookville,
Jefferson County, he was the son of Everett L. and Dawn E. Fingado
Stahlman. Mr. Stahlman worked for the E.R.A. Building System of
Strattanville. He was a member of the Eagles Club in Clarion. Mr.
Stahlman enjoyed riding four-wheelers, hunting, fishing and going to
auto races. He was a Protestant. Mr. Stahlman was married July 20, 2001,
to Babette R. Stahlman, who survives. Also surviving are two daughters,
Nicole Renee Stahlman of Florida and Megan Elizabeth Stahlman of
Clarion; and his parents, Everett and Dawn Stahlman of Mayport.
Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m.
today and from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Charles D. Alcorn Funeral
Home, Hawthorn. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in
the funeral home with the Rev. Perry Case officiating. Interment will be
in the Salem Cemetery in Frogtown, Limestone Township, Clarion County.
111. Guy Reid Stahlman http://www.pa-roots.net/~mcmanigle/1209.htm
Guy Reed Stahlman, of Emlenton R.
D. 2, was found dead along the highway near his home on Monday morning,
November 9. Death was attributed to a heart attack. Born in Jefferson
County August 16, 1888, he was the son of David W. and Sydney (Himes)
Stahlman. He was married to Gertrude McManigle, who preceded him in
death in 1952. Mr. Stahlman moved in 1928 to Emlenton from Brookville,
where he has spent more than forty years of his life. He was employed by
the Quaker State Refining Corporation from which he retired in 1954.
Surviving are a son, J. Reed Stahlman, of Emlenton and three
grandchildren; Robert D. Stahlman of North Tonawanda, N.Y.; James R.
Stahlman, of Wayne, Mich. and Leland D. Stahlman of Port Allegany. Four
great-grandchildren also survive. Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m., at Criswell Funeral Home in
Emlenton, with Rev. James Gillespie of the United Presbyterian Church
officiating. Interment was in Crawford Memorial Cemetery in Emlenton.
112. Gertrude Effie "Gertie"
(McManigle) Stahlman http://www.pa-roots.net/~mcmanigle/1209.htm
Gertrude Stahlman, of Emlenton, died at 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, October 14,
1952, in the Grove City General Hospital from complications rising from
diabetes. She had been taken to the hospital on September 18. She was
the daughter of the late James W. and Mary (Stewart) McManigle and spent
her early years in Jefferson county. She was born near Falls Creek on
November 19, 1885, being 66 years, 10 months and 25 days of age at the
time of her death. She was married to Guy R. Stahlman at Salamance,
N.Y., on April 18, 1907, by Rev. Kilsey T. Jaquay. To this union one son
was born. She is survived by her husband, her son, J. Reed Stahlman,
three grandsons, Robert D. Stahlman in the U.S. Air Force Stationed in
Germany; James R. Stahlman in the U.S. Navy at Corpus Christi, Tex., and
Leland D. Stahlman at Fort Union Military Academy, Fort Union, VA. Also
one sister, Mrs. J. M. Saterlee, Reynoldsville, survives. Mrs. Stahlman
spent the past 25 years near Emlenton. Funeral services were conducted
by Rev. T.D. Imbrie at the Criswell Funeral Chapel, Friday, October 17,
at 2:30 p.m. Interment was in the Emlenton Cemetery.
STAHLMAN, James Reid http://www.pa-roots.net/~mcmanigle/1209.htm
-- J. Reid Stahlman, 72, of Emlenton, died at noon Tuesday, September
23, after an 11 year illness. Born April 18, 1908, in DuBois, he was the
only son of Guy and Gertrude McManigle Stahlman. On October 28, 1933, he
married the former Amanda Cowan of Rimersburg, who survives. He spent
the earlier part of his life in Brookville before his family moved to
Knox. He graduated from Knox High School in 1928 and later attended
Welch Business School. He was an employee of Quaker State Oil Refining
Corporation of Emlenton for 34 years. Mr. Stahlman was a former member
of several local organizations and served on six-year term as borough
auditor. He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church in Emlenton,
served several terms as an elder. He was also a Sunday school
superintendent and a Bible teacher. Also surviving are three sons,
Robert D. Stahlman of Wellsville, N.Y.; James R. Stahlman of Trenton,
Mich.; and Leland D. Stahlman of Port Allegany; four grandsons and four
granddaughters. He was preceded in death by his former wife, Edna K.
Berlin of Knox. There was no public viewing of the body. Private funeral
services were held at 3:30 pm September 26, at the Criswell Funeral Home
in Emlenton with Rev. Darrell Knopp, pastor of the United Presbyterian
Church, officiating. Interment followed in Crawford Memorial Cemetery in
114. Thora Maxine (Stahlman)
Obituary from the Clare County
(Michigan) Cleaver, 4-26-2001 Thora Maxine (Stahlman) Morrison was born
on June 7, 1917 in New York as the daughter of Charles and Ottilia (Brookhouse)
Stahlman. She was one of three children; brother John Stahlman and
sister, Avis Summers. In 1940, Thora was wed to Samuel Morrison,
together raising three children, Michael (wife Gail) Morrison of
Lakeland, Florida, Patricia (husband Tom) Sieberns of Huntington,
Indiana and Stephen (wife Shirley) Morrison of Hope, Michigan. Thora
attended Mt. Pleasant High School and Central Michigan University. She
and her family moved to Harrison and became members of the United
Brethren in Christ Church, where Thora taught Sunday School for the past
45 years, was past president of the Women's Fellowship, choir member for
many years and was the church organist. She had been a member of the
Harrison Women's Club for 59 years and a past president. She was active
in many community activities throughout her lifetime, including Clare
County Extension activities. During her years as a high school teacher,
she loved working with dramatics and forensics. She was very interested
in the success of her students. For 30 years, Thora and Sam have been
members of the Gladwiniters, Chapter 17 of the National Campers and
Hikers Association. She also enjoyed porcelain painting. Mrs. Morrison
died on Saturday, April 14, 200l at the age of 83. She leaves behind her
husband, children; sister, seven grandchildren: Edward, Richard,
Michelle, Martin, Monte, Angela and Stephanie; 12 great grandchildren:
Amy, Marcus, Dakota, Gatlin, Arizona, Andrew, Matthew, Mary Kathrine,
Karl, Mitchell, Samantha, Stata, and one on the way; nieces; nephews;
cousins; and many dear friends. Preceding her in death are her parents
and brother. Visitation was held for Mrs. Morrison on Tues, April 17 at
2-5 pm and 7-9 pm with a funeral service to celebrate her life Wed.,
April 18 at ll:00 am at Stocking Funeral Home, with Pastor Lee Palmer
presiding. Memorial contributions may be made to the Harrison United
Brethren in Christ Church. Arrangements were entrusted to the Stocking
Mrs. Lena M. Stahlman http://hometown.aol.com/jadolby/obit/s.htm
Mrs. Lena M. Stahlman, died at 9
p.m. Friday at her home near Newmansville following an illness of one
year's duration. She is survived by her husband and the following
brothers and sisters; Mrs. Millie Clark of Russell, Mrs. Warren Brown of
Warren, Mrs. Mary Murry of Clarion, William Slater of Marienville, Harry
Slater of Scotch Hill, Henry Slater of Buffalo, and Thomas Slater of
Youngstown. The body was taken to the Faller funeral home at Fryburg. It
will be removed to the family home Saturday afternoon. A funeral service
will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Asbury Methodist church near
Strattanville. Interment will be in the church cemetery.
H. Himes http://www.sharon-herald.com/localnews/hed/0208/hed082802.html
-- Wilson H. Himes, Meadville, formerly of Kane and Clintonville, Pa.,
died Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2002, in Wesbury Nursing Home. He was 88. Born in
Cool Spring, Pa., Mr. Himes was a son of Michael and Laura Stahlman
Himes. He was married to Florence B. Neiger-Himes on May 30, 1934. She
passed away Jan. 16, 1993. Mr. Himes lived in Kane for 45 years and in
Clintonville for 16 years. He had a variety of occupations in his
lifetime. He was a salesman for Miles Kane Co. and with his wife,
Florence, managed the restaurant at the Stackpole Carbon Co. under the
direction of the blind association. Mr. Himes was affiliated with the
Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kane, where he was a very active
member. He was a Sunday school teacher and sang in the church choir. Mr.
Himes received an award in 1990 for recognition as "Client of the
Year" by the Venango County Coordinated Services. He also played
the guitar, harmonica and drums in the Golden Tones Rhythm Band at the
Scrubgrass Senior Center, Lisbon, Pa. He touched many lives, leaving an
impression of a remarkable human being, a constant inspiration to others
not to give up. He accepted challenges, and as evidence of his faith in
God, turned adversity into stepping stones and new friendships. He is
survived by: a son, Wilson S. Himes and his wife Anne, Azle, Texas; twin
daughters, Cynthia J. Hodges, Hermitage; and Sylvia Glans and her
husband Archie, Cochranton; three sisters, Emma Burkett and Selah Parks,
both Punxsutawney, Pa.; and Lizzie Cressley, Tarentum, Pa.; and four
grandchildren, two stepgrandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; three
brothers, John Himes, Harry Himes and Walter Clair Himes; and three
sisters, Lula Byerly, Anna Smith and Hazel Young. Memorial contributions
may be made to Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County, 308 Seneca
St., Oil City 16301. Calling hours: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday (8-29-02) in
LARRY E. McKINLEY FUNERAL HOME, 109 Emlenton St., Clintonville.
Wilson H. Himes Clarion
County Obituaries, August 28, 2002
H. Himes, 88, of Wesbury United Methodist Community, Meadville, a former
Kane resident for 45 years and more recently a 16-year resident of
Clintonville, died Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2002. Born in Cool Spring, he was
the son of Michael and Laura Stahlman Himes. Mr. Himes held a variety of
occupations in his lifetime. He was a salesman for Miles Kane Co. and
managed the restaurant at the Stackpole Carbon Co. with his wife,
Florence, under the direction of the Blind Association.
with the Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kane, where he remained
active in the 1940s and 1950s. He was a Sunday school teacher and sang
in the church choir. Mr. Himes received the "Client of the
Year" award in 1990, given by the Venango County Coordinated
played the guitar, harmonica and drums in the Golden Tones Rhythm Band
at the Scrubgrass Senior Center. Mr. Himes touched many lives, leaving
an impression of a remarkable human being, a constant inspiration to
others not to give up. He accepted challenges and as evidence of his
faith in God, turned adversity into stepping stones and new friendships.
was married May 30, 1934, to Florence B. Neiger, who died Jan. 16, 1993.
Surviving are a son and his wife, Wilson S. and Anne
of Azle, Texas; twin daughters, Cynthia J. Hodges of Hemitage and Mrs.
Sylvia Glans and her husband, Archie, of Cochranton; four grandchildren;
two stepgrandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He also is survived
by three sisters, Emma Burkett and Selah Parks, both of
and Lizzie Cressley of Tarentum.
addition to his parents and wife, Mr. Himes was preceded in death by
three brothers, John Himes, Harry Himes and Walter Clair Himes; and
three sisters, Lula Byerly, Anna Smith and Hazel Young. Friends may call
from 6 to 8 p.m.Thursday in the Larry E. McKinley Funeral Home, 109
Emlenton St., Clintonville.
family funeral services will be held Friday with the Rev. Lee Thompson,
pastor of Grace Methodist Church of Clintonville,
Interment will be in Beachwood Cemetery, Jefferson County. Memorials may
be made to the Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County.
117. Thelma C. (Bancroft)
TRAVERSE CITY - Thelma C.
Schroeder, 98, of Traverse City, died Wednesday at Munson Medical
Center. Born June 16, 1903, in Mt. Pleasant, she was the daughter of
Otis and Sada (Stahlman) Bancroft. On Dec. 24, 1923, she married Carl
Schroeder. They lived several years in Grosse Pointe and until recently
at Torch Lake. Thelma was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church of Elk
Rapids and was totally devoted to her family. Survivors include her
children, Otis Schroeder of Grosse Pointe, Elaine (Richard) Dossin of
Grosse Pointe and Carlene Schroeder of Traverse City. Other survivors
include 11 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and three
great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her
husband Carl; brothers, Herschel and Theo Bancroft; and daughter-in-law,
Marjorie Schroeder. A memorial
service celebrating her life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19,
at the Grace Lutheran Church of Elk Rapids with Pastor Jim Weber
officiating. In lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to the Grace Lutheran
Church, or the Grand Traverse County Commission on Aging. The family is
being served by the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home.
118. Ethel Zoe King http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~twigs/CLARIONCO/2000/0925.htm
Ethel Zoe King, 91, of Sandy Flat
Road, Summerville, died Sunday, Sept. 24, 2000, in Beverly
Healthcare-Clarion. Born Oct. 11, 1908, in Limestone Township, she was a
daughter of John P.C. and Bertha STAHLMAN King. Miss King was a school
teacher in the Clarion-Limestone School District. She was a member of
Kingsville United Methodist Church, the Clarion Women's Club and the
Clarion DAR. Surviving are a brother, John Grant King of Summerville RD
2; a sister, Ruth POLLIARD of Fredonia; and two nieces, Mary Jane
SUNDERLIN of Poland, Ohio, and Jean CANNASSA of Cranberry Township. In
addition to her parents, Miss King was preceded in death by a sister,
Claire Virginia King. Visitation will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. today in
the Goble Funeral Home of Clarion. Funeral services will be held at 11
a.m. Tuesday in the funeral home. Interment will follow in Westview
Cemetery, Summerville. Memorials may be made to Kingsville United
Lee L. Stahlman http://www.pa-roots.net/~mcmanigle/1209.htm
Obituary, 1981. newspaper unknown
Lee L. Stahlman of 319 North Barnett, Brookville, died Saturday,
September 19 (note: this is crossed out and December is handwritten) in
the Brookville Hospital at the age of 84. Born in Eldred, Pa, on July
18, 1897, he was a son of the late Albert and Catherine (Brinkley)
Stahlman. Mr. Stahlman was first married to Lena L. McManigle, who died
in 1937. In 1950 he married Margaret McVeight, who survives. A house
painter by trade, Mr. Stahlman was a member of the Brookville,
Presbyterian Church. Survivors, in addition to his wife, include: Mrs.
Eugene (Anna Jean) Sayers, Port Lucy, Fla. Mrs. John (Mary Jane) Gudinas,
Boca Raton, Fla, Mrs. Joseph (Barbara) Barone, Jr. Niagara Falls, N.Y.,
Mrs. Charles (Julia) Freeberg, Niagara Falls, N.Y., Milton L. Stahlman,
Lewistown, N.Y., Clinton H. Stahlman, Summerville, N.J., a stepson,
Bruce R. Taylor, Camp Hill, a stepdaughter, Eileen M. Appleby, Pomona,
N.Y., eighteen grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. One son,
Woodrow is deceased. Also surviving are two brothers and two sisters,
Joe Stahlman and Mahlon Stahlman, Niagara Falls, N.Y., Martha ?egan,
Ravenna, Ohio and Evelyn ?arber, Niagara Falls. Funeral services will be
held Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from the Donald C. Galbraith Funeral
Home, Brookville. Rev. Darr Briggs will officiate and interment will be
in the Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Sigel.
OVER THE RIVER Contributed by D. Lobb (unknown newspaper, unknown date)
Mrs. Sarah Stallman-Dunlap
was born near Pottsville, Pa., February 14th, 1835, and was
married to L. C, Dunlap at Sidling Hill, Pa., in 1854. Ten children were
born to them; nine living and one dead. The living are: Mrs. Frances
Cover, Walnut, Kansas; Mrs. Jennie Weeden and Mrs. Belle Keeting,
Florence, Arizona; Mrs. Alice Leatherman and Mrs. Anne Richie, Pittsburg,
Kansas; Mrs. Lucy Vaughn, La Harpe, Kansas; Miss Bertha Dunlap, Walnut,
Kansas; Oren Dunlap, Englevale, Kansas; Wm. Dunlap, Pueblo, Colorado. The
family moved from Pennsylvania to Iowa in the spring of 1856, and in the
fall of 1869 came to Kansas and settled on the farm now owned by Mr. Joe
Wampler. Later Mr. Dunlap
bought the farm where they now live. She died at the family home Monday,
January 5th, 1903, after an illness of only about one week.
The funeral services were held at the M. E. Church Tuesday afternoon at
1 0’clock, conducted by Rev. J. M. Johnson and Rev. P. B. Knepp. A
large audience assembled to pay their last tribute of respect to a
devoted wife, a loving mother, a kind neighbor, and a faithful Christian
woman. Her mortal remains were laid to rest in Glenwood cemetery. She
was converted at a Methodist revival meeting at Salina, Iowa about 44
years ago. Eighteen years ago she joined
the United Brethren church, and at the time of her death was a member of
the society of the Valley Church, Neosho County. Death came to her at
the dawn of the day. The shades of night had passed away. The golden
rays of the morning sun were streaming in at the window when she turned
her face toward the Rescue City. The faithful companions of her youth
and part her loving children were at her bedside. Her feet went down
into the cold stream and her soul passed over on the other side. Quietly
and calmly she gave up her life on earth to live again in that beautiful
land beyond the stars. No night of sorrow and no pain of death ever
enters there. They build no coffins, dig no graves, preach no funerals
and sing no requiems. The
glad songs of praise go up, and the perennial fountains flow on forever.
It is the home of those who have washed their robes and made them white
in the blood of the Lamb. Advanced in years, beloved by her husband and
children and respected by her neighbors and friends she has been
gathered home. The breaking up of the home where father and mother
lived, and toiled so many years is one of the sad things in life. Days
of happiness cluster around that old hearthstone. Too soon they are
numbered with the years of long ago. Those familiar scenes with father
and mother in the old home are things of the past. There is one vacant
chair; it is mother’s.
feel grateful to the neighbors and friends for their kind assistance
during the sickness and death of wife and mother. The L. C. Dunlap and
121. Luzetta M. Stahlman http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/PAJEFFER/2000-02/0950512500
Kevin Thompson <email@example.com>
Obituaries & McAninch-Brosius wedding
Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2000
23:15:00 -0800 (PST)
Democrat, 08 October 1936. Luzetta
M. Stahlman, resident of Sigel, died at Cresson Sanatorium on Wednesday,
September 30, after an illness of two years.
She was born at Sigel May 19, 1902, daughter of James C. and Edna
Stahlman. She was preceded in death by her infant brothers and mother. She was the oldest of the family and is survived by her
father and one sister, Helen. The deceased was a life long member of the
Sigel Presbyterian church. Also a member of the Golden Chain Sunday
school class. While her
health permitted her she took a very active part in the church work. She
was held in very high esteem by all who knew her, and was a devout
Christian and was always willing to do her part in any way that she
could to help others. She also taught ten terms of schools in the public
schools of Eldred Township. She
was graduated from the Clarion State Teachers' College in 1930. Funeral
services were held in her home at Sigel Friday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, with Rev. E.D. Ewing officiating and Rev. Owen Shields
assisting. Interment was in
Mt. Tabor Cemetery.
122.Alma Mae Stahlman http://www.pa-roots.net/~mcmanigle/1209.htm
The Brookville American; page 1,
15 Apr 1957, Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.
Former Resident Dies in
Titusville; Mrs. Alma Mae Wyant, a resident of Titusville for the past
15 years, died Wednesday in the Titusville Hospital following a lengthy
illness at the age of 65. Mrs. Wyant was a former resident of
Brookville. She was born in Brookville on December 16, 1891, a daughter
of David and Sidney (Himes) Stahlman. She was married to James Wyant,
who proceeded her in death in 1943. Surviving are the following
children: Mrs. James Eshbaugh of Summerville; Mrs. Jack Platt and Ira
Wyant, of Bradford; Wilber and William Wyant of Townsville; Alfred, of
Titusville and Mrs. Iris Barnett of Olivesburg. Also surviving are
twenty grandchildren, one great-grandchild, a sister, Mrs. Grace Burns,
of Brookville and a brother, Guy Stahlman, of Emlenton, Funeral services
were held Saturday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock in the Peterson - Bowers
Funeral Home in Titusville and burial was in the Sprankle Mills
Mrs. Nancy McMullin (should be McMullen)
from Terri Snyder – unknown newspaper, unknown date Mrs. Nancy
S. McMullin, a resident of Mount Union for the past 38 years, passed
away on Friday evening, February 13, 1948, in the J. C. Blair Memorial
Hospital where she had been a patient for ten days. Though she had been
in ill health for sometime her death came as a shock to her family and
friends. Born on Sept. 18, 1872, in Salem she was a daughter of William
and Sidney (Shoop) Stallman. In 1891 she was united in marriage with
John McMullin who died in 1944. Their first home was in Shade Valley
where Mr. McMullin was engaged in farming and lumbering. Six children
are surviving, namely Eastley of Harrisburg; Mrs. Blanche Barkley, Mrs.
George Holderman, David, Charles and Jesse McMullin, all of Mount Union.
There are also twelve grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Two
sisters, Mrs. Gordon Robinson of Roxbury and Mrs. Frances Rhone of Mount
Union, are also surviving. She was a member of the First Methodist
Church of Mount Union.
John H. McMullen
Obit from Terri Snyder – unknown newspaper, unknown date
John H. McMullen, of 116 W.
Walnut Street, Mount Union, died at his home at noontime July 5, 1944,
after an illness of two years. Born April 10, 1870, at Shade Gap, he was
the son of John A. and Margaret (Keisel) McMullen. He was united in
marriage with Nannie Stallman on August 18, 1891, in Mifflin. For many
years they lived in Shade Gap but went to Mount Union about 1910 when
Mr. McMullen was employed by the Mount Union Tanning and Extract
Company. He later was employed by North American Refractories Company
until about two years ago when his health became impaired. He was a
faithful employee. Mr. McMullen was a kind and considerate husband and
father and in his death his family has lost a good counselor. Surviving
are his widow, Mrs. Nannie McMullen and the following sons and
daughters: Estley H. McMullen of Harrisburg; Blanche E. McMullen; Cora
LaRue Holderman; and William D. McMullen of Mount Union; Cpl T-5 Charles
E. McMullen, Camp Barkley, Texas, and Jessie Q. McMullen of Middletown.
There are 10 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren also surviving. One
half-brother, Milton McMullen of Neelyton also survives. Funeral
services will be held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock from the Clark
Funeral Home in Mount Union. Friends may call at the home after Friday
evening at 8 o’clock. The body will be taken to the Funeral Home at 11
o’clock Sunday. Interment will be made in the I. O. O. F. cemetery at
125. Eunice S. Altmire The
Derrick, Friday, February 27, 2004
Eunice S. Altmire, 79, of Monroe,
Wash., a native of East Hickory and former Greenville resident, died
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2004, in Everett, Wash., following a brief illness.
Born May 22, 1924, in East Hickory, she was the daughter of Phillip and
Lena Rankin Stahlman. Mrs. Altmire was a member of the Marysville United
Methodist Church in Marysville, Wash. She also was a member of the East
County Senior Center in Monroe, Wash., and was a regular swimmer at Hal
More Pool in Snohomish, Wash. Mrs. Altmire resided for nearly 50 years
in Greenville, Pa., where she was a member of the First Methodist Church
and the American Legion Auxiliary. Her two husbands, Raymond Hayes and
Theodore Altmire, preceded her in death. Surviving are a daughter and
her husband, Melanie and Darrell Saxton of Monroe, Wash.; and two
grandchildren, Brenna and Justine. She also is survived by two brothers
and their wives, Phillip and Marge Stahlman of North Fort Myers, Fla.,
and John and Jenny Stahlman of North Tonawanda, N.Y.; and two sisters,
Natalie Vajda of Garfield Heights, Ohio, and Mary Stahlman of Warren,
Pa. In addition to her parents and two husbands, Mrs. Altmire was
preceded in death by a sister, Beulah Burris. A memorial service will be
held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 6, in Marysville United Methodist
Church, 5600 64th St., Marysville, Wash. A private family burial will
take place in Claquato Cemetery in Chehalis, Wash. Arrangements are in
charge of the Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, 804 State Ave., Marysville,
L. Dinger Milburn (Erie Times-News, GoErie.com/obits – Nov 25,
Immanuel Baptist Church
Olive L. Milburn, 82, 932 W. 35th St., died Sunday morning,
November 24, 2002, at her residence. She was born May 28, 1920, in Dora,
Jefferson County, daughter of the late Harry and Bessie Stahlman Dinger.
She lived in Erie since 1946. She attended Immanuel Baptist Church,
where she was a member of the XYZ Group. She was a member of Keen Agers
at Wesley United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her
husband, Frank A. Milburn, in 1991; two brothers, Clayton and Harold
Dinger; and two sisters, Elmira Daugherty and Arlene Rolls. Survivors
include a son, Robert Milburn and his wife, Wendy, of Union City; a
daughter, Sandra Milburn of Erie; two brothers, Herman Dinger and his
wife, Betty, of Erie and Nelson Dinger and his wife, Sandy, of North
East; a sister, Nellie Huber and her husband, Herman, of Erie; a
granddaughter (Danielle Milburn); one great-grandson; and many nieces
and nephews. Friends may call on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm at
the Russell C. Schmidt and Son Funeral Home, 2926 Pine Avenue, where a
service will be held at 11 am, with the Rev. Dale Higgins of Immanuel
Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be at Erie County Memorial
Charles S. Stahlman (Erie Times-News May 29, 2000)
in the Normandy Offensive Charles S. Stahlman, 79, of Erie, died
Sunday, May 28, 2000 at HIS at Bayside after a brief illness. He was
born in Kingswood, W. Va., on January 4, 1921, a son of the late George
and Marie Jarzinski Stahlman. He had been raised in Oil City and Seneca.
He was a veteran of World War II, attaining the rank of corporal with
the U.S. Army Air Forces. He participated in the Normandy offensive and
earned six Bronze Stars. He was a member of VFW Post 470. He had been a
pipe fitter at Continental Rubber Work for 35 years, retiring in 1981.
He was a Methodist. He was preceded in death by a brother, William
Stahlman; and one grandson, Darrin Stahlman. Survivors include his wife
of 57 years, Phyllis Sharrar Stahlman; two sons, Leonard Stahlman of
Waterford and DeWayne Stahlman of Erie; four grandchildren; Angela,
Leonard Jr., LeAnn and Kerrian Stahlman; a great-granddaughter; one
sister, Winifred Privett of Tuscon, Arizona; four brothers, Donald
Stahlman and his wife, Imogene, Robert Stahlman and his wife, Dorothy,
all of Seneca, Raymond Stahlman and his wife, Alberta, of Orlando,
Florida; and several nieces and nephews. There will be no calling hours.
Friends may attend a graveside service at Laurel Hill Cemetery, section
4M, Wednesday at 2:30 pm. Memorials may be made to the charity of
one’s choice. Arrangements were handled by Brugger Home for Funerals,
1595 W. 38th Street.
Stahlman Straitwell (Morning
News, Erie, Pa Wednesday September 20, 2000)
of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church Minnie
Stahlman Straitwell, 86, West 26th Street, Erie, died Monday,
September 18, 2000, at Hamot Medical Center after a brief illness. She
was born at Cool Spring, Mercer County (Sic –
Jefferson County), August 13, 1914, daughter of the late Britton
and Emma Himes Stahlman. She had resided in Erie since 1951. She worked
for S.S. Kresge Co., retiring after seven years. She was a member of
Mount Calvary Lutheran Church and enjoyed crafts. She was preceded in
death by her husband, Wesley Straitwell, in 1985; five sisters; five
brothers; and four grandchildren. Survivors include two sons, Leonard
Straitwell and his wife, Mary, and Louis Straitwell and his wife,
Patricia, all of Summit Township; nine grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at
Dusckas Funeral Home West, 536 W. 10th Street, Thursday from
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm. A service will be held there Friday at 1 pm,
officiated by the Rev. Cheryl Corneliuson of Mount Calvary Lutheran
Church. Burial will be at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be made to
Mouth Calvary Lutheran Church, 1603 W. 32nd Street, Erie, Pa
Neil Stahlman (Erie
Times – June 5, 1983)
NY – Neil W. Stahlman, 81, of North Haven Apartments in Sherman, New
York, died Friday at the Twinbrook Medical Center in Erie. He was born
in Sigel, NY (Pa ???), July 13, 1901, a
son of the late John and Ida Katz Stahlman. Mr. Stahlman was formerly
employed at the Clymer Bag Company, The Caflisch Lumber Company in
Clymer and at Peak n’ Peak. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Doris) Averill of Erie; two sons, Wilber Stahlman of Chicago and David
Stahlman of Bloomfield, New Mexico; a sister, Dietha Carroll of North
East; four grandchildren and a great-grandchild. His wife, Irene V.
Stahlman, died February 16, 1983. Friends may call at the Spitzer
Funeral Home in Clymer Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. A service will
be held there Tuesday at 1 pm with James Parker, elder of Lawrence Park
Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, officiating. Burial will be at
Cutting Cemetery in Clymer.
Irene McClimans Stahlman (Erie
Times – February 16, 1983)
NY – Irene V. McClimans Stahlman, 68, North Haven, Apt. 3, Sherman,
New York, and formerly Clymer, died Wednesday at Hamot Medical Center.
She was born in Erie on September 19, 1914, daughter of the late David
and Bessie Gue McClimans Sr.. She worked for Clymer Bag Company and Peek
n Peak ski resort. Survivors include her husband, Neil W. Stahlman, whom
she married June 11, 1933; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Doris) Averill of
Erie; two sons, Wilber Stahlman of Chicago, Ill., and David Stahlman of
Bloomfield, NM.; a brother, David McClimans of Clymer; two sisters, Mrs.
Robert (Fanny) Cannon of Clymer and Mrs. Harold (Bette) Baker of
Cleveland, Ohio; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Friends
may call at Spitzer Funeral Home in Clymer on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7
to 9 pm. Services will be at the funeral home Saturday at 11 am with
James Parker, elder of the Jehovah’s Witnesses congregation of
Lawrence Park, officiating. Burial will be at Cutting Cemetery.
Doris Stahlman Averill (The
Erie Morning News – February 28, 1994)
Stahlman Averill, 58, of 530 High, Waterford, died Saturday, February
26, 1994, at her residence. She was born in Clymer, New York, April 24,
1935, daughter of the late Neil and Irene McClimans Stahlman. She had
formerly lived in Harborcreek Township and Cambridge Springs. She had
been employed by JoAnn Fabric Store before retirement. She had owned and
operated Dori-Lues Upholstery for 17 years. She had been a volunteer at
Hamot Medical Center. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert
A. Averill. Survivors include a daughter, Bunny Averill of Erie; a son,
Robert E. Averill of Harborcreek Township; a brother, David Stahlman of
New Mexico; and three grandchildren. Friends may call at the G.R. Bailey
Funeral Home, 4396 Iroquois Avenue, Lawrence Park, on Tuesday from 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 pm. Services will be conducted Wednesday at 11 am with the
Rev. Richard C. Cowley, interim pastor of First Baptist Church,
officiating. Burial will be at Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery.
Mary Ann Stahlman (Farmington
Daily Times – New Mexico – August 21, 2002)
Ann Stahlman January 10, 1949 – August 2, 2002 Mary Ann Stahlman, 53, of
Bloomfield, died August 2, 2002, at home. She was born January 10, 1949,
in Corry, Pa., to Arthur and Anna Bunce. Mary Ann was preceded in death
by her mother, Anna Mae Marvin Bunce; and two sisters, Caroline and
Mamie Bunce. Mary Ann is survived by her husband of 34 years, David Neal
Stahlman Sr.; two sons, David Neal Stahlman jr. and wife, Brenda (Mulnix)
and first wife, Roberta (Mulnix) Daniels, and Jonathan William Stahlman;
five grandchildren, Natalie Velasquez and husband, Julian, and Grant,
Marlayna, Jacalynne and Cassandra Stahlman, and one great-grandson,
Romeo Velasquez, all of Bloomfield. Mary Ann is also survived by her
father, Arthur E. Bunce Sr., of Corry; three brothers, Arthur E. Bunce
Jr. and wife, Virginia, and Ronald E. Bunce and wife, Janis, all of
Corry, and Fred E. Bunce and wife, Beverly, of Jamestown, New York; and
one sister, Myrtle Rohde and husband, Herb, of Northeast, Pa. She is
also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and special
friends and extended family. Mary Ann was a loving, caring and giving
wife, mother, grandmother and friend. She will be missed by all. Her
wish was to be cremated, and that service was provided by the
Edna Beatrice Stahlman
Beatrice Stahlman, 78, of New Bethlehem, died at 5:25 p.m. Wednesday,
March 17, 2004, in McKinley Health Center, Brookville. Born July 11,
1925, in Clarion County, she was the daughter of Earl and Ruth Noerr.
Mrs. Stahlman was a charter member and a missionary of the Grace Baptist
Church, New Bethlehem. She also was a member of the Retired Senior
Volunteer Program (RSVP) and was recognized for her volunteer
contributions to Edgewood Heights, New Bethlehem.
Mrs. Stahlman enjoyed working with people and making a positive
difference in their lives. She was a Republican committee woman for West
Redbank Township for a number of years. On Feb. 4, 1946, she married
Edward Stahlman, who is deceased, along with a daughter, Judy S.
Matilainen. Surviving are a son, Jeffrey E. Stahlman of New Bethlehem;
two daughters, Joyce E. Yarish of Fredericksburg, Va., and Janice E.
Toma of San Jose, Calif.; and four grandchildren, Michael Matilainen of
San Jose, Calif., Kristen Matilainen of Los Altos, Calif., and William
and Destiny Stahlman, both of New Bethlehem. She also is survived by two
brothers, Harry Noerr of Brookville and Bruce Neiswonger of Fairmount
City. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and
from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday in the Charles D. Alcorn Funeral Home,
Hawthorn. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the funeral home
with the Rev. Robert Ryver, pastor of the Grace Baptist Church,
officiating. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery at Distant, Armstrong
Irvin R. “Foxy” Foulks
From The Punxsutawney Spirit, Monday February 16, 2004
Irvin R. "Foxy"
Foulks, 83, Laurelbrooke Landing and formerly of South White St.,
Brookville, died Saturday, Feb. 14, 2004, at Brookville Hospital. Mr.
Foulks was born May 1, 1920, in Brookville, the son of the late Sydney
and Gertrude Davis Foulks. He was married to Myrtle K. Kiehl, who
preceded him in death on Dec. 8, 1998. Mr. Foulks worked as a laborer at
the Hanley Brick Plant in Summerville. He was retired from the
maintenance department at Brookville Area High School. He was a member
of the Hobah Lodge 276 F&AM of Brookville. Mr. Foulks was the last
surviving member of his family. He is survived by several nieces and
nephews; a step-grandson; and a step-granddaughter. In addition to his
parents and wife, Mr. Foulks was preceded in death by a step-son, Ira
Stahlman; and Clair Foulks, Clarence Foulks, Paul Foulks, Gladys
Forsythe and Mildred Kelso. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7
to 9 p.m. today at the McKinney Funeral Home, Brookville. Masonic
service will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. A funeral
service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2004, at the
funeral home with Pastor Lerby H. Weiss Jr. officiating. Interment will
be at Butler Cemetery, Pinecreek Township, Jefferson County. Memorials
may be made in Mr. Foulk's memory to Laurelbrooke Landing.
Herman Lloyd Huber From
The Punxsutawney Spirit, Friday June 11, 2004
Herman Lloyd Huber, 80, of 2103
Hershey Rd., Erie, died Tuesday, June 8, 2004, at Hamot Medical Center.
Mr. Huber was born Feb. 1, 1924, in Brookville, the son of the late Ross
and Viola Hinderliter Huber. He was married to Nellie M. Huber, who
survives. He had attended Brookville High School and served in the U.S.
Army during World War II in the Railroad Battalion. Mr. Huber was the
inventor and founder of the Huber Reversible Fan. He was a member of
Glenwood United Methodist Church since 1955, where he was a trustee and
a member of the missionary world tours. He was also on the Board of
Directors of the City Mission. Mr. Huber enjoyed hunting and fishing and
had his own plane. In addition to his wife, surviving relatives include
a daughter, Lois Ross and her husband Jim of Erie; three grandsons, John
L. Waterhouse and wife Goudren of Erie, Tim Waterhouse and wife Julie of
Colorado, and Luke Waterhouse of Erie; a sister, Ardelle Wittman and
husband James of Ashville, N.C.; and a brother, Merle Huber and wife
Mary of White Oak, Pa. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in
death by a sister, Irene Hochensmith. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7
to 9 p.m. today at the Burton Funeral Home, 602 West 10th St., Erie. A
funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 12, 2004, at
Glenwood United Methodist Church, 2931 Myrtle St., Erie, with the Rev.
J. Patrick Lenox officiating. Interment will be in Erie County Memorial
Gardens. Memorials may be made to the City Mission, 1213 State Street,
Erie, Pa. 16501.
Frances Gallagher Stahlman Unknown
Newspaper, 1983 Franklin, Pa
M. Gallagher Stahlman, 75, 520 12th Street, Franklin, died
Tuesday at her home after a long illness. She was born in Blackburn,
England, May 24, 1908, daughter of the late William and Elizabeth
Gallagher Gallagher. Raised in England, she immigrated to the United
States when she was 19. She was a longtime Franklin resident. She worked
for 18 years at Polk State School; at the time of her retirement, she
was a licensed practical nurse. She was a member of St. Patrick Catholic
Church, Franklin, and its Alter Rosary Society and Catholic Daughters of
America. She was a member of the Parish House Guild St. John Episcopal
Church. She was also a member of the Monday Evening Musical Society. She
was preceded in death by her husband, C. Cecil Stahlman, on September
12, 1979; they were married June 27, 1929. She was also preceded in
death by four brothers and four sisters. She is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Russell (Shirley) Hamm of Erie, Mrs. Warren (Cora) Fox
of Franklin, and Mrs. Glenn (Joyce) Wagner of Cochranton; nine
grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the
Huff Chapel, 312 West Park, Franklin, Wednesday from 7 to 9 pm and
Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. A funeral mass will be Friday at 10
am at St. Patrick Catholic Church. The Rev. John R. Snyder will
will be at Mount Tabor Cemetery, Jefferson County. Parish rosary will be
recited at the funeral home Thursday at 8 pm.
137. Dorothy Shoemaker of
Finleyville, Formerly of Broughton from: http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/valleyindependent/obituaries/index.html?mode=view&obit_id=98628
Ione Stahlman Shoemaker, 88, of Finleyville, formerly of Broughton, died
Monday, Nov. 14, 2005, at her home. She was the daughter of the late
Roscoe and Eleanora Hanson Stahlman. Dorothy retired from the U.S.
Bureau of Mines in Bruceton. She was a member of Mingo Presbyterian
Church in Finleyville, the Jolly 17er's Club, and participated at the
Easter Seals Adult Day Care Center in Peters Township. Dorothy was a
past member of the Finleyville Forever Young Club and the Finleyville
Senior Citizens. She also was a past volunteer at Healthy Directions in
Finleyville. She is survived by two daughters, Eleanor (Sam) Houston, of
Peters Township, and Ann (Gale) Lorenzi, of Finleyville; her
grandchildren, Michael and Arzu Rudar, Erik Rudar, Heather Rudar, David
and Melissa Lorenzi, and Dina and Kevin Hallam; her great-grandchildren,
Marina Lorenzi, Nicholas Lorenzi, Ava Lorenzi and Alyssa Hallam; and one
brother, Joseph Stahlman, of Slippery Rock. In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death by her husband, Andrew W. Shoemaker. Friends
will be received Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the GRIFFITH
MORTUARY INC., 5636 Brownsville Road, Broughton- Curry-South Park
Township. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Nov. 17, at 10:15 a.m.
in the funeral home and at 11 a.m. in Mingo Presbyterian Church. The
family requests donations be made to: Mingo Presbyterian Church, 561
Mingo Church Road, Finleyville, Pa. 15332.
Sawvel Stahlman from http://www.rootsweb.com/~miisabel/eschens-y.html
Adeline Sawvel was
born in Stark county, Ohio, July 23,
1843, and passed away January 9, 1920
at her home in Shepherd, Mich., aged 76 years, 5 months and 17
days. She moved with her parents from Stark County, Ohio, to Indiana.
She came to Michigan about 46 years ago. She was united in marriage to
Mr. Isaac Stahlman March 1, 1879. To this union were born two children,
Mrs. Lula Law of Colombiaville, Mich, and Milton Stahlman of Shepherd.
The husband and father died about 18 years ago. Mrs. Stahlman has lived
on the present farm for about 45 years. She is survived by Mrs. Lula Law
and Milton Stahlman and four step-children, Orison Stahlman, Arkansas,
Mrs. Ella Googe, Washington, John Stahlman, Collins, N. Y., and Mrs. May
Walters, Shepherd, Mich., one sister Mrs. Mary Roger, and one brother,
Reuben Sawvel of Indiana, 12 grandchildren and a large circle of friends
and acquaintances. Funeral services were held Monday January 12, 1920,
at the home, and interment was at Shepherd cemetery.
139. Milton Stahlman from http://www.rootsweb.com/~miisabel/eschens-y.html
Milton Stahlman died
Sunday, June 5, at Central Michigan Community hospital, where he had
been a patient for only a couple days. Before going into the hospital,
he was a patient at the Melling's Convalescent Home near Oil City. Mr.
Stahlman was a lifetime resident of Shepherd having been born here
November 19, 1882. The funeral was held at the Garber Funeral Home, June
7, at 2:00 p.m. and burial was in the Salt River cemetery With Rev.
Lawrence Kepler officiating.
Orison U. Stahlman from
reached here Friday of the sudden death of Mr. Orison Stahlman, father
of Stanley Stahlman at Hazaar, Ky. On Fri. afternoon, J.L. Rase and
Stanley Stahlman left for Ky. with the ambulance and arrived back here
with the body Sunday morning, Funeral services were conducted by the
Rev. Floyd Cramer at 2 o'clock Tuesday from the Rase Funeral Rome, with
burial at Salt River cemetery in the family lot. Orison U., son of Isaac
and Lydia Ann Young Stahlman, was born Dec. 4, 1860, in Clarion Co.,
Pennsylvania. He moved to Isabella Co. Michigan with his parents in June
1866. He married Rachel A. Campbell of Coe Township., Isabella County,
in 1887 and to this union were born 2 sons, Stanley C. of Shepherd and
Hugh I. now living in Dallas, Texas. Rachel Campbell Stahlman died March
2, 1910. Due to ill health, Mr. Stahlman left Michigan and for the past
16 years has been a resident of Oklahoma. He was in Kentucky on business
matters at the time of his death which came suddenly and unexpectedly on
Nov. 6, 1936. The deceased is survived by his 2 sons named, 2 brothers
John A. Stahlman of Mt. Pleasant and Isaac Milton Stahlman of Shepherd,
and a sister Lulu Law of Flint, Mich.
M. Pauline (Hughes) Cowan Date
of death: August 03, 2004 (Butler Eagle newspaper, Butler, Pa.)
Pauline Cowan, age 83, of Middlesex Township, Valencia, Pa. on Tuesday,
August 3, 2004 in Greenwood Manor Nursing Home, Penn Township, Rural,
Butler, Pa. Born on April 10, 1921 in Henderson Township, Jefferson
County, near Desire, Pennsylvania, she was the youngest child of the
late Robert and Mabel (Sprague) Hughes. She was preceded in death by one
infant son Lynn Cowan, three sisters, Bess Garnon, Cora Robertson &
Martha Godel, and four brothers, Malcom, Walter "Hon", Robert,
and Frank Hughes. Pauline was a graduate of Reynoldsville High School
and the Dubois Business College. She was also installed as the youngest
six degree member of the Reynoldsville Grange in the United States at
age ten. The Butler Eagle Newspaper highlighted her in 1963 as being the
first woman to serve as Master of the Royal Grange when the organization
took first place out of 5144 contestants in the National Community
Service Program. She used the proceeds of the contest to establish the
Grange Scholarship Fund at Mars Area High School. Pauline also was the
treasurer of the Royal Grange for over 30 years. She helped establish a
4-H club where she taught sewing, was a member of the Southern Butler
County Women's Club, and was a substitute bus driver for several years.
She was her husband's "Honey Lady" because of their hobby and
passion of extracting hundreds of pounds of honey each year. In addition
to all of her involvement, selling and advocating vitamins was yet
another cause in her life. And most importantly to her, Pauline was a
devoted and active member of the Mars Alliance Church. Married on June
21, 1940, she was the beloved wife for 64 years of Elmer L. Cowan and
the loving mother of Twila M. Smith, of Panama City Beach, FL, Arlene
Pate of Little River, SC, and Arden R. Cowan of Stevensville, MT. Sister
of Theodore Hughes of Reynoldsville, PA. She is also survived by seven
grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren. Visitation will
be at Schellhass Funeral Home Ltd., 5864 Heckert Road, Bakerstown, Pa.
Services will be held at the Mars Alliance Church on Saturday, August 7,
2004, at 1:00 p.m. with Pastor Paul Cope, officiating. Interment will
follow in Glade Run Cemetery, Middlesex Twp. Butler County, Pa. (Note
the obituary lists 7 grandchildren, which includes one-step grandchild,
and the great grandchildren include 3-step grandchildren- although the
family and "Mom" always consider them family.)
142. Stahlman, Paul V. (Lt. Colonel Ret., United States Air Force)
Lt. Colonel Paul V. Stahlman of
Lenoir City, passed away September 2, 2004. Paul was born June 14, 1919,
in Irwin, Pa to Edward R. and Margaret (Davidson) Stahlman. He was a
pilot for Pan American before joining the Air Force in 1946. His
military service took him around the globe including serving as a pilot
in the Philippines, Korea and Vietnam. He retired as Lieutenant Colonel
in 1969, after a 26-year career that earned him the Air Force
Commendation Medal, the Air Medal, the Distinguished Flying Cross, along
with various other medals. Following his retirement, Mr. Stahlman
continued his flying career by teaching flying lessons through the Air
Force Academy Aero Club. He was a Boy Scout Leader taking scouts to the
Grand Canyon, Grand Tetons, and canoeing in Canada and numerous other
locations. Paul loved the outdoors, reading, traveling and had an
interest in genealogy. In July of 1999, he and his wife moved from Black
Forest, Colorado to Tennessee. He was proceeded in death by his parents,
sister, Lucille and his daughter, Carleen and survived by his wife of 52
years, Elizabeth; his four children: Col. (Dr.) Richard Stahlman
(Kathryn) of Edwards AFB, CA, Edward Stahlman (Lori) of Gresham, Oregon,
Martha Stahlman of Denver, Colorado, Margaret Davis (Graham) of Colorado
Springs, Colorado; and six grandchildren. Memorial services will be held
at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, September 7, 2004, at the Episcopal Church of the
Resurrection with Rev. Suzanne Seavey officiating. A reception will
follow at the church. Family and friends will gather at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery for graveside services
and interment with full military honors being conferred by the United
States Air Force. Click Funeral Home in Lenoir City is serving the
family of Paul V. Stahlman.
Amanda C. "Mandee" Stahlman McGinnis
The Derrick, Wednesday, December 22, 2004 located by Lori Terwilliger
C. "Mandee" Stahlman McGinnis, 90, of Laurel Lane, Port
Allegany, formerly of Emlenton, died Monday, Dec. 20, 2004, in Lakeview
Senior Care & Living Center, Smethport. Born Aug. 26, 1914, in
Rimersburg, she was the daughter of James M and Lizzie Switzer Cowan.
Mrs. McGinnis spent her early years in Rimersburg and was a 1932
graduate of Union High School, Rimersburg. She also graduated from Mason
Felix Beauty School, Pittsburgh, and opened her own beauty salon in 1937
in Emlenton. She was licensed as a beautician for more than 50 years.
Mrs. McGinnis was a graduate of the Liberty Bible Institute in
Lynchburg, Va. Her interest was in Biblical travel and points of
interest. She had visited the Holy Land, Greece, Cairo, Beirut, Cyprus,
Venice, Rome, London and the Greek Isles. She served with a summer
missionary team with the Central Alaskan Missions at Glenallen, Alaska,
and also served with a summer missionary team with the Hawaiian Island
Missions on the island of Maui. Mrs. McGinnis was a member of Emlenton
Presbyterian Church, where she served as an elder, Bible school teacher,
secretary and church treasurer. She was a former member of the Order of
Eastern Star, the Lady Emlen Rebekah Lodge, Women's Benefit Association
and past grands of Rebekah Lodge. She was a member of the Emlenton Over
55 Club. Mrs. McGinnis was a homemaker and enjoyed gardening. She first
was married Oct. 28, 1933, to J. Reid Stahlman, who died Sept. 23, 1980.
She then was married Dec. 5, 1986, to Vance L. McGinnis, who died in
June 1999. Surviving are two sons and their wives, Leland and Margaret
Stahlman of Port Allegany and Robert and Charlotte Stahlman of
Wellsville, N.Y.; seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. She is
also is survived by a brother, Dale D. Young of Oberlin, Kansas. In
addition to her parents and two husbands, Mrs. McGinnis was preceded in
death by two brothers, Frank Cowan and Chester Campbell; a sister, Zelia
Martin; a son and daughter-in-law, James R. and Connie Stahlman; a
grandson, Roger Stahlman; and a great-granddaughter, Elizabeth. Friends
may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday in
the Hile Funeral Home Inc., 1204 Kerr Ave., Emlenton. Funeral services
will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home with the Rev. Lloyd
Danielson, pastor of Emlenton Presbyterian Church, officiating.
Interment will be in Crawford Memorial Cemetery, Emlenton. Memorial
contributions may be made to Emlenton Presbyterian Church or the organ
fund of the First Presbyterian Church of Port Allegany.
144.Ronald L. Stahlman
The Jeffersonian Democrat, August 15. 1985
From Lori Terwilliger
L. Stahlman of 305 Arlington Avenue, Jamestown, NY, died in the W. C. A
Hospital, Jamestown, on Tuesday, August 12, 1985, at the age of 47.
Born in Oil City on February 8, 1938, he was a son of Stanley B.
and the late Elizabeth (Betty Blakely), who died November 28, 1978. He
was married in Brookville on July 29, 1961, to the former Kay Richards,
who survives. Mr. Stahlman graduated from the Brookville Area High
School, received his Bachelor's degree from Clarion University and his
master's degree in education from Edinboro University. He was a science
instructor in the Jamestown High School, where he had been employed
since 1968. He was also a realtor, operating the Stahlman Realty
Company. A veteran of the U. S. Naval service, he was a member of the
Mt. Moriah Lodge, F. and A. M. and B. P. O. Elks. Mr. Stahlman attended
the St. Luke Episcopal Church, Jamestown, where he served as a vestryman
and ushered for many years. Surviving, in addition to his wife of
Jamestown and father of Brookville, are two children: Elizabeth and
Jason, both at home. Also surviving are two sisters and a brother: Mrs.
Thomas (Barb) Robb of Brookville, Donald Stahlman of Philadelphia, and
Margie McElhinny of Williamsport. Funeral services will be held Friday
morning at 10:00 a.m. from the St. Luke Episcopal Church, Jamestown,
with the rector, the Rev. Richard L. Fenn, officiating. Entombment will
be in the columbarium in the St. Luke's Church. Friends are being
received at the Lind Funeral Home, 805 West Third Street, Jamestown,
Thursday afternoon and evening. Masonic services will be held at 7:00
p.m. Thursday. A
memorial fund has been established and the family suggests memorials to
the Ronald L. Stahlman Memorial Fund for a graduate senior in science,
Jamestown High School, 200 East Fourth Street, Jamestown, NY 14701.
145. Harvey L. "Bud"
L. "Bud" Earley, 83, of Chicora R.D. 1 died at 10:25 a.m.
Thursday at Sugar Creek Rest, near Worthington, where he had been a
resident for six days. Born in Sherrett, Armstrong County, May
17, 1916, he was the son of Harvey and Eva Brown Earley. He retired in
June 1972 from Allegheny River Coal Mining Co. of Codagan, after 40
years. Mr. Earley was a member of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church of
Chicora, the United Mine Workers of America and the Brady's Bend Senior
Center. He was a life member of the Hilltop Beagle Club of Sherrett. He
was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed gardening. Surviving are
his wife, Evelyn Stoops Earley whom he married Aug. 14, 1943; two sons,
William Earley of Franklin and Ernie Earley of Chicora R.D. 1; a
daughter, Mrs William (Esther) Stahlman of Chicora R.D. 1; two brothers,
Marshall Brown of Pittsburgh and Charles Brown of Cowansville; two
sisters, Mamie Bray of Chicora and Mrs. Leo (Irene) Olcus of East Brady
R.D. 1; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. He was
preceded in death by a grandson, a brother and a sister. EARLEY —
Friends of Harvey L. "Bud" Earley, who died Thursday, May 11,
2000, will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today Friday at
STEIGHNER FUNERAL HOME, Chicora. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m.
Saturday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2217 Chicora Road, Chicora.
The Rev. James Higgins, church pastor, will officiate. Burial will be
held at Mount Pleasant Lutheran Cemetery, Chicora R.D. 1. Memorial
donations may be made to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2217 Chicora
Road, Chicora, PA 16025; or to the Ford City office of the Visiting
Nurses Association, c/o VNA, 154 Hindman Road, Butler, PA 16001. Twila
Smith reports that Esther was married to William. Williams lineage: son
of Frank Jr > Frank R > Benjamin D > Solomon > Jacob >
Duane P. Stahlman Provided
by Lori T 8 January 2001 Progress News
P. Stahlman, 74, of Limestone, Clarion County, died Sunday, Jan. 7,
2001, at Beverly Healthcare-Shippenville. Born March 30, 1926, in
Limestone Township, Clarion County, he was a son of Dellis and Mary
CAMPBELL Stahlman, who preceded him in death. Mr. Stahlman was a World
War II veteran, having served with the Army in Germany. He was a member
of the New Rehobeth-Greenville Presbyterian Church in Clarion Township,
and was a member of the American Legion of New Bethlehem. Mr. Stahlman
was married Aug. 12, 1950, in Clarion to A. Jane JOHNSON, who survives.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Stahlman is survived by two sons, Dallas L.
Stahlman of Wellsville and Steven D. Stahlman of Lime stone; one
brother, Lowell Stahlman of Pueblo, Colo.; one sister, Eleanor Smail of
Limestone; two grandchildren, Bethany Ann and Mallory Lynn Stahlman,
both of Clarion. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in
the Goble Funeral Home of Clarion. Funeral services will be held at 11
a.m. Tuesday in the funeral home with the Rev. James Dietrich
officiating. Interment will follow in the Salem Cemetery of Frogtown.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Clarion-Forest
Visiting Nurses Association or to the Rehobeth-Greenville Presbyterian
Jean (Stahlman) Reichard Provided
by Lori T: The
Leader-Vindicator, November 12, 2003
Jean Reichard, 74, of New Bethlehem, died unexpectedly early on Tuesday
morning, November 4, 2003, at her home following a sudden illness.
Born April 30, 1929, in New Bethlehem, she was a daughter of
Paige and Mildred (McElhoes) Stahlman.
Mrs. Reichard was married to Gene Reichard. He preceded her in
death on May 18, 1984. She was the owner of Gumtown Company Store in New
Bethlehem and was part owner of Reichard Companies.
Mrs. Reichard was a
member of the New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, where she served on
numerous committees and functions.
She was a founder of Gumtown Memorial Park, a member of the board
of directors of National City Bank, a member of the Clarion County
Economic Development Committee, Friends of the Library, the New
Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce - which named her "Citizen of the
Year" in 1991 - the New Bethlehem Civic Club, the BPW and numerous
Survivors include three sons, Steven Reichard and
his wife, Kimberly, Kevin Reichard and his wife, DeeDee, and Brian
Reichard and his wife, Kelli, all of New Bethlehem; eight grandchildren,
Jessica Reichard, Justin Reichard, Taylor Reichard, Rhianna Reichard,
Kristen Reichard, Aiden Reichard, Ethan Reichard, and Joshua Reichard,
all of New Bethlehem; a brother, Keith Stahlman of San Diego, Calif; and
a sister, Evelyn Birocco of Florida.
In addition to her parents and her
husband, Mrs. Reichard was preceded in death by a brother, Emmett
Stahlman; a sister, JoAnn Stahlman; and an infant grandson, Mickey James
services were held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 8, 2003, at the New
Bethlehem Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Richard Hartsfield, pastor
of the church, officiating. Interment followed in Leatherwood Cemetery,
Porter Township, Clarion County. Memorial
contributions may be made to Gumtown Memorial Park, 212 Olean Trial
Road, New Bethlehem, PA 16242 or to the New Bethlehem Area Free Public
Library, 720 Broad street, New Bethlehem, PA 16242.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Rupert Funeral
Home in New Bethlehem. (Her original obituary reported her as Norma S.;
in error according to B. Warnock)
148. Edgar Eugene Hulings
From the library in Tionesta,Pa
Edgar Eugene Hulings, 83, of
Knox, died in the evening on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1996, in the Meadville
Medical Center. Born Dec. 11, 1912, in Byron Town, Forest County, he was
the son of the late Albert and Maude Stahlman Hulings. On Sept. 7, 1939,
he was married to the former Ethel Leota Sayers, who survives. Mr.
Hulings worked for Owens-Illinois Glass Company in Clarion for 20 years.
He also worked for Knox Glass Company, retiring in 1976. He served with
the U.S. Marine Corps during WWII. Mr. Hulings was an avid high school
football fan. He attended the Church of Nazarene in Cranberry RD 1. He
had served as president of the union at Knox Glass Company for 17 years.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Hulings is survived by two sons, Everett E.
Hulings of Clarion and Albert W. Hulings of Knox; two granddaughters,
Aubrey Hulings and Chelsea Hulings, both of Knox; and a sister, Betty
Jane Durante of Bel Air, Md. He was preceded in death by his parents;
seven brothers, Kenneth, Clari, Willis, Paul, Russell, Clyde and Fred
Hulings; and two sisters who died at birth, Lucille and Pauline Hulings.
Friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today at the William N. Rupert
Mortuary in Knox. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the
funeral home, with the Rev. Rip Wright, pastor of the Church of the
Nazarene in Cranberry, officiating. Interment will be in the
Cedarview memorial Park in Strattanville. The family
suggests memorials be made to the Visiting Nurses Association in Knox.
149. Miller Abram Hamler
Surname : Hamler
Given name : Miller Abram Source
: newspaper clipping obituary
Limestone, May 28. - When a man
of sunny disposition, kind of heart, accommodating as a neighbor,
esteemed in his citizenship, considerate in all his dealing, friendly in
every relation of life, his word ever as good as his bond, departs from
among us even for a better world, his passing is keenly felt far beyond
the confines and circles of his immediate family, his death means
personal loss to his fellow citizens. The late Miller Abram Hamler, of
Limestone township, was that type of man, and Monday afternoon his
mortal remains were laid to rest in Frogtown cemetery was a semi-holiday
among our country folks. Mr. Hamler was a native of Limestone Township,
he had lived in this valley his entire life, his genial manner and happy
disposition were proverbial. He radiated good cheer in his house, in the
community and in the Kingsville Methodist church. He served his township
faithfully and efficiently in offices of public trust, and in matters
pertaining to his township his state and county took an active part. He
died at the age of 66 years and Limestone Township that will know Miller
Hamler no more mourns his passing. The deceased was born in Limestone
Township and died May 23, 1924 at the age of 66 years, 5 mos. He was a
son of William and Martha Hamler, of sacred memory and pioneer residents
of Clarion County. He married Elizabeth Jane Stahlman, thirteen children
being born to this union. All living with the exception of one son,
William, who was called Home September 5, 1920. The children surviving
are: Mrs. John McMahon, Limestone, Mrs. James Pyle, New Bethlehem; Mrs.
John Kirby, Chicago, Mrs. James McLaughlin, Summersville, Mrs. Jacob
Clinger, Limestone, Quincy, Andrew, Elmer, John at home, George of
Frogtown. Last March 19,1924, he married Mrs. Clara (Stahlman)
Shoemaker, of Porter township who survives. Also by 19 grandchildren,
three brothers and two sisters: Thomas and Vene Hamler, Llewellyn,
Nebraska, McGruder Hamler, Corsica, Pa., Mrs. Myrtle Parker, Fairfield,
Neb.; Mrs. James Snyder, Orville, Ohio. One sister entered the peaceful
valley years ago, Adda Williamson, Humansville, O. The funeral services
were held Monday afternoon at the Frogtown church, Rev. Parsons, of
Kingsville M. E. Church officiating. Interment followed in the cemetery
adjoining. One of the old settlers, who in the early days of farming
toiled, slaved and whenever saved. He feared God and loved his
neighbors, a fine specimen of christian manhood, he was respected by all
who knew him. To his wife and children is extended our sincere sympathy.
May God give the promise grace and strength. We are reminded there is
"but a step between us and death." – John James
150. Simon Jeremiah Stahlman
- 1923 Posted by Eric Swab April 19, 2005
Jeremiah Stahlman died at the Brookville Hospital at 9:12 o'clock in the
evening of Monday of last week, July 16, as a result of injuries
received at his farm in Warsaw Township on Tuesday afternoon, July 10.
Mr. Stahlman was the son of Bennewell and Elizabeth (Shaffer) Stahlman
and was born on the homestead in Warsaw Township on June 4, 1855; he
spent his entire life where he was born. On June 29, 1882, he was
married to Miss Alice F, a daughter of Edwin Bullers, the ceremony being
performed at the bride's home by Rev Mr. Wonders. Mrs. Stahlman survives
her husband with all of their three children; Bertha, wife of John King
of Kingsville; Calvin C., of Rose Twp., and Lincoln, deputy state
apiarary adviser for Jefferson and Indiana Counties, living at home.
Eleven grandchildren also survive Mr. Stahlman. Two of Mr. Stahlman's
brothers - Jackson W. and John Parker, both of Warsaw Township preceded
him in death; the following brother and sisters survive him; William of
Pittsburgh; Lucy, widow of James Carrier, Warsaw Twp.; Mary, wife of
George R. Ballentine, Rose Twp.; Mrs Kate Moons, Monogahela City, and
Mrs. Racheal Chambers, Ellwood City. Mr. Stahlman was a member of the
Hazen Presbyterian Church, presiding elder for 25 yrs, superintendent of
the Sunday School, member of the Hazen Lodge No. 448, P. O. S. of A. and
the Kirkman Grange. His funeral services were conducted in the Hazen
Church last Thursday afternoon by Rev. Newcome assisted by Rev. D. E.
Hepler, of Clarion, and Rev. O. L. Winger, of Hazen. Mr.
Stahlman's standing in the community was attested by the attendance at
the funeral which was one of the largest ever known in this region for a
private citizen. The oral tributes were unusually numerous, the donors
including the O. of A., Cook and Helscel, the Presbyterian Sunday School
and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Taylor; one wreath bore the initials "KKK".
Interment was made in Temple
Cemetery. The accident which resulted in Mr. Stahlman's death occurred
while he was hauling timber for a gas rig for Cook & Helscel. Just
as Mr. Stahlman's team emerged from his private lane to the main road,
the binding of the load became loose. Mr Stahlman was riding on top and
was pitched off and the natural jerking of the lines frightened his
team. Mr. Stahlman struck the ground heavily on his side and right
shoulder; a wheel ran over his right leg and broke it, and he also
received internal injuries in the abdomen. Mr. Stahlman was among the
most prominent residents of Warsaw Township and was identified with
progressive movements in agriculture, and other lines wherever they
would help to promote the interests of the community at large. He was a
lumberman and raftsman on the North Fork years ago, later becoming a
farmer. He served as president of the Jefferson County Farm Bureau ever
since it was organized half-a-dozen years ago. He was intensely
interested in improving farming conditions and especially in thorobred
stock; personally he raised Holstein cattle and was probably Jefferson
County's most ardent champion of the black and whites. He was a director
of the Jefferson Agricultural Association for several years, active in
staging the annual Brookville Fair, which always contained results of
his own skilled farming, as well as specimens of what his friends and
neighbors could do. Mr. Stahlman was deeply interested in the progress
of the Hazen community and always ready to do his share of whatever
would best promote the interests of his home neighborhood. His church
and Sunday school work was not confined to his home church but extended
to similar activities in and beyond the county. Politically Mr.
Stahlman was a Republican but politics did not appeal to him and the
only office he ever held was that of school director for nine years,
from 1904 to 1913, which he filled with the fidelity which characterized
whatever he undertook. Note: Transcribed by Kit Ritter. Taken from
Newspaper Article, name and date unknown.
Viola Thomas Mowery Posted By: Joyce Sherry
February 5 2001 Source: The
Spirit, Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co, Pa.
-- Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the
Curry Funeral Home in Summerville for Mrs. Viola Mowrey, of Coolspring,
who died Tuesday (February 22, 1966) in the Adrain Hospital in
Punxsutawney. The Rev. Martin Wagner will officiate at the services with
burial in the Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery at Ohl. Mrs. Mowrey was born
in Beaver Township, Jefferson County, February 17, 1877, a daughter of
Joe and Susan Byerly Thomas. She married Abraham Mowrey who preceded her
in death March 19, 1952. She was a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran
Church at Ohl. She had lived in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Catherine
Stahlman, in Coolspring for the past thirteen years. Surviving are two
sons, Harry A. Mowrey, of New Castle, Franklin J. Mowrey, of DuBois,
three daughters, Mrs. Ada Reitz, of New Castle, Mrs. Catharine Stahlman,
of Coolspring, Mrs. Olive Rhodes, of Reynoldsville, 19 grandchildren, 30
great-grandchildren, one brother, Reed Thomas, of East Naples, Florida.
152. Webster N. Brosius Posted By: Linda M. Stitt February 2
services will be held tomorrow in Brookville for Webster N. Brosius, of
Brookville, who died Sunday in the Brookville Hospital at the age of 81.
He was born April 11, 1884, in Stanton, a son of Samuel and Elizabeth
Stahlman Brosius and was married to Rachel Morris. He was a member of
the Methodist Church. Mr. Brosius had resided in Ohl until he moved to
Brookville 33 years ago. He was a store clerk in several Brookville
stores. Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Howard Chestnutt, two
grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Mayme Snyder, all of Brookville.
Services will be held in the Galbraith Funeral Home tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Harold Knappenberger will officiate and interment
will be in the Ohl Cemetery. Newspaper unknown.
153. Samuel R. Brosius Posted By: Linda M. Stitt February 2
R. Brosius, of Stanton, died in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank
Galbraith, of Brookville, Thursday morning, after an illness of several
months. He would have celebrated his 96th birthday on Dec. 6. The
deceased lived his entire life in the community of Stanton, where he was
born in 1849. He was a son of Peter and Christina (Shoemaker) Brosius.
He was united in marriage in 1883 to Elizabeth Stahlman, who died some
time later. In 1910 he married Anna Harp, who survives him.An ever
faithful member of the Methodist Church of Stanton, he taught the Adult
Bible Class there for many years. Only last May failing health forced
him to give up this work. He was by occupation a farmer. Well known in
the Brookville area, his death is sincerely mourned by many friends.
Besides his widow, he leaves the following sons and daughters: Webster
Brosius and Mrs. Frank Galbraith of Brookville; Mrs. Ladd Reitz and Mrs.
Harry Reitz, of near Brookville, and Henry Brosius, of Titusville.
Eleven grandchildren, four great grandchildren...and one brother, Brown
Brosius, of near Summerville, also survive. Funeral services will be
held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Reitz Funeral Home,
Brookville, with interment in the Ohl Cemetery. Rev. W. E. Bartlett, of
Brookville, and Rev. Skinner, of Stanton, will officiate.
154. George W. Shaffer Posted By: Nancy
K. Monahan Date: August 10 2001
W. SHAFFER DIED ON SATURDAY; FUNERAL HELD MONDAY
Washington Shaffer, of Richardsville Road, near Brookville, passed away
on Saturday, December 7, 1940, at the age of 71 years eight months and
23 days. A son of George W. and Sarah Humphreys Shaffer, he was born at
Richardsville on March 15, 1869. He was a well-known lumberman. In
August of 1897, he was united in marriage to Minerva Stahlman, Pinecreek
Township, who died in February 1913. He was united in marriage to
Elizabeth McCombie Bowley on April 21, 1921. She and the following
step-children; Harry Bowley, Brookville R.D.1; Mrs. Alice Shaffer,
Clymer; Mrs. Grace Anderson, Bellefonte; and nine grandchildren,
survive. On step-son, Neil Bowley, preceded him in death on December 18,
1936. He is also survived by four sisters and three brothers as follows:
Mrs. Sarah McLaughlin, Mrs. Mae McLaughlin, Mrs. Ella Aljoe,
Richardsville; Mrs. Ida Chamberlin, Brockway R.D.1; C.M. Shaffer,
Brookville R.D.1; Miles Shaffer, Ellwood City; R.H. Shaffer, Centralia,
Washington. Funeral services were held in the Bethel Church on the
Richardsville road on Monday afternoon. Rev.W.E. Powell, Brookville, and
Rev. Raycroft officiated. Interment was in Bethel Cemetery.
155. Clair Himes Posted By: Linda
M. Stitt Date: March 22 2005 Obituary,
The Spirit, Punxsutawney, PA. 1957
Himes, a former Coolspring area resident, died in his home in Highspire,
Pa., July 16. He was 56 years of age. He was employed by the Simms
Construction Co. and had worked in New Castle, Blairsville, Bellwood,
Duncannon and Highspire. Mr. Himes was born Feb. 18, 1901, near
Coolspring the son of Michael H. and Laura Stahlman Himes. He is
survived by his wife, the former Effie Durham; one son, Howard Clair,
and two daughters, Evelyn and Jeanne, and eight grandchildren. Also
surviving are the following brothers and sisters; Harry C. Himes and
Mrs. Emma Burkett, of near Coolspring; Mrs. Lula Hetrick and Mrs. Anna
Smith of Ohl; John F., of Sprankle Mills; Wilson H., of Kane; Mrs.
Elizabeth Cressley, of Tarentum; Mrs. Hazel Young, of Worthville, and
Mrs. Selah Park, of Mt. Pleasant. He was a member of the Lutheran
Church. Funeral services were held in the Nickel Funeral Home in
Duncannon Saturday, July?.
Interment was in the Duncannon Cemetery.
156. John F. Himes Posted By: Patricia
R. Himes Date: March 22 2005
Spirit, Punxsutawney, Pa 1975
F. Himes. R.D. 5 Punxsutawney died Sunday, December 21 in the Brookville
Hospital. He was 64 years of age. Mr. Himes was born November 10, 1911
in Coolspring, the son of Michael and Laura Stahlman Himes. He was
married in 1938 to Helen Himes of R.D. 5 Punxsutawney. He was a retired
coal miner and last worked in the Bear Run mine in Indiana County. Mr.
Himes was a member of the Punxsutawney Moose Club. Other surviving
relatives include a son, Floyd L. Himes of R.D. 5, Punxsutawney; and
daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Carolyn) King of R.D. 1 Smethport; a brother
Wilson Himes of Kane, and sisters; Lula Byerly of Summerville, R.D.,
Emma Burkett of R.D. 5, Punxsutawney, Annie Smith, R.D. Summerville;
Lizzie Cressley, of R.D. 4, Tarentum; Hazel Young of Worthville, and
Selah Park of R. D. 1, Corsica. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at
2 p.m. in the Donald C. Galbraith Funeral Home in Brookville. The Rev.
Norman A. Pearce will officiate and interment will follow in the
157. Michael H. Himes Posted By: Patricia
R. Himes Date: March 22 2005
H. Himes 1 Feb 1939 Michael H. Himes, a resident of near Coolspring
during all but a few years of his life, died in his home there Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock at the age of 72 years. Death was caused by a
heart condition with which he had suffered for some time. The deceased
was born in Shannondale, October 11, 1866, a son of John and Susanna
(Wolfgang) Himes. As a young boy he came to the home in which he died
and on August 7, 1897, he was united in marriage to Miss Laura L.
Stahlman, who preceded him in death. He was a devout member of St.
Paul’s Lutheran Church and spent most of his life competently managing
his farm. A kind friend and an industrious worker, he was respected and
loved by all who knew him and his death has left a real void in that
community. He is survived by four sons and six daughters: Harry Himes
and Mrs. Charles Cressley, of Coolspring; Clair Himes, of Blairsville;
Mrs. Ralph Young, Mrs. Lulu Hetrick and Mrs. Alton Smith, of Ohl; Mrs.
Charles Burkett, of Markton; John, of Mayport, Wilson, of Wilcox, and
Miss Sarah Himes at home. Four sisters and two brothers also survive:
Mrs. Samuel Frederick, Mrs. Ida Bullock, Mrs. Emma Wall, Mrs. Roy
Dobson, G.L. and Frank Himes. Funeral services will be held in the St.
Paul’s Lutheran Church Saturday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock with
Rev. Michael Goldner officiating. Interment will be in the church
158. Ida M. (Mumford) Jackson Posted By: Kristine
Hurd Date: May 5 2002
THE BROOKVILLE AMERICAN
Jefferson Countys only Semi-Weekly Issued Monday and Thursday
Brookville, PA., Monday, May 13, 1957 Services
Held for Ida M. Jackson
M. Jackson, 86, died Friday in the home of her sister, Mrs. Myrtle
Buzard, Hiram street, Brookville. The deceased was born October 18,
1870, in Union Township, Jefferson county, Pa. the daughter of Theodore
and Elizabeth (McManigle) Mumford. She was married to Alex Jackson of
New Castle, who preceded her in death. Surviving are the following
brothers and sisters: Mrs. Myrtle Buzard, James Mumford, Walter Mumford,
McClure Mumford, Lewis Mumford, Mrs. Delia Stahlman, all of Brookville,
Mrs. Sara Bowley, Harrison Mumford, Mrs. Edith Lindgren, of Ridgway,
Mrs. Bessie Mohney, oil City, Pa., and Russell Mumford, Bradford. Pa.
She was a Member of the Methodist church. Funeral services were held
Monday at 2:00 p. m. from the Reitz Funeral Home with the Rev. W. M.
West officiating and burial was in the Zion Cemetery.
159. Kahle, Madge I. Raught Posted By: Rebecca Hakes Date: November 22
Madge I. Kahle, 70 Madge I. Kahle, RD
5 Brookville, died Monday, April 30, 1979 in the Presbyterian Hospital
in Pittsburgh at the age of 70. Mrs. Kahle was born on August 22, 1908
in Sigel, the daughter of Guy and Adda Fiscus Raught. She was married to
Harry Albert Kahle who preceded her in death in July of 1975. She was a
member of St. Dominic's Church in Sigel. Surviving relatives include:
one son, Gary, Brookville; four sisters, Ruth Slike, Anna Stahlman,
Sigel; Rose Kroh, Strattanville; Nellie Lohr, Punx'y; and one
grandchild. One son, one brother, and one sister preceded her in death.
Friends will be received in the Terry L. Beamer Funeral Home in
Brookville Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. and all day Wednesday. A
Rosary Service will be held Wednesday evening at 8:15. A Mass of
Resurrection will be held in St. Dominic's Church in Sigel Thursday
morning at 9:30 a.m. Father Joseph Ciaiola will officiate and interment
will follow in Kahletown Cemetery. Received from Jefferson County
160. Harry A. Mowrey Posted By: Joyce Sherry Date: February 5 2001
Harry A. Mowrey, 72: Funeral services will be held
Saturday afternoon, at 12:30 p.m. at the Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery
near Ohl, Pa., for the late Harry A. Mowrey, 72. Mr. Mowrey, a resident
of R. R. 7, New Castle, and formerly of Ohl, Pa., died August 27, 1980
in the Youngstown, Ohio Osteopathic Hospital. He was born February 8,
1908, the son of Abraham Mowrey and Viola (Thomas) Mowrey. He was
married November 25, 1931 to Florence J. Shaffer, who preceded him in
death May 31, 1974. The late Mr. Mowrey was a member of the Mahoning
Methodist Church in New Castle, and the American Association of Retired
Persons. He resided for many years in New Castle. Prior to that he lived
in DuBois. He retired in 1963 as an engineer for the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. Surviving are two sons: James D., New Castle, and Harry
DeWayne of R. D. 7, New Castle; and two sisters: Mrs. Luther (Kathrine)
Stahlman, Summerville, and Mrs. Olive Rhodes, Reynoldsville, and one
brother, Franklin, Brockway, also five grandchildren. He was preceded in
death by his wife, one daughter and two sisters. Services will be held
from 2-4 and 7-9 at the Kildoo and Vereb Funeral Home, 101 West Madison
Avenue, New Castle, until time of services at 10 a.m. Saturday at the
funeral home, after which he will be interred at 12:30 p.m. at the
Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery near Ohl, with the Rev. Paul E. Aley
161. Olive Blanche Gourley Posted By: Janet Date:
December 27 2000
The Punsxutawney "Spirit" 22 Dec, 1949
Mrs. Olive Blanche Gourley, 66, a
resident of this city, the past 49 years, died in her home Thursday
after an illness of seven years. The deceased was born 16 Dec, 1883,
near Worthville, a daughter of William and Sarah Miller Mauk. She was
married in 1905 to Earl J. Gourley. She was a member of the Methodist
Church and belonged to the Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are her
husband, two sons, William of Punxs'y, and John P. of Detroit, one
daughter, Mrs. Howard McCall of this city, two sisters, Mrs. Nettie
Stahlman of Saltsburg, and Mrs. Alice Stahlman of Williamsport.
162. David L. Barnett From http://www.eriememorials.com/obituary
David L. Barnett, 70, 10279 Calkins Road, North
East, died Sunday, March 7, 2004, at his home. He was born June 18,
1933, in Summerville, son of the late Harry and Elizabeth Stahlman
Barnett. He had lived in North East since 1954. He was employed at Zurn
Industries Inc. in the energy division as a millwright from 1952 until
retiring in 1995. A veteran of the Korean War, he served in the U.S.
Army. He was a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association. He was
preceded in death by a sister, Lucinda Burkett; a brother, John Barnett;
and his stepfather, William Rehm. Survivors include his wife of 50
years, Ramona C. Alford Barnett, whom he married Jan. 1, 1954; two
daughters, Pam Barnett of Idaho and Cathy Herring and her husband, Mike,
of North East; three sons, Ken Barnett and his wife, Kitty, Nathan
Barnett and his wife, Judy, and Darrell Barnett and his wife, Colleen,
all of North East; two brothers, Harry Barnett and his wife, Dorothy, of
North East and Dean Barnett and his wife, Betty, of Harborcreek; eight
sisters, Mary Carnes and Ruth Mathers, both of Harborcreek, Twila
Greeley and her husband, Frank, of Brookville, Dorothy Burkett, Jane
Bartlett and her husband, Norm, Sally Bartlett and her husband, Paul,
and Shirley Trayer and her husband, Eugene, all of North East, and Betty
Moore of South Carolina; 13 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
Friends may call Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the William D.
Elkin Funeral Home, 65 S. Lake St., North East. A service will be held
there Thursday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. David Waldo officiating.
Entombment will be at Erie County Memorial Gardens.
163. Theodore E. Altmire The Herald, Sharon, Pa
Greenville man was painter, First U.M.
church member. Theodore E. Altmire, 130 Columbia Ave., Greenville, died
at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday (11-29-00) in UPMC Horizon, Greenville. He was
73. Mr. Altmire was born Aug. 28, 1927, in West Sunbury, Butler County,
to Theodore F. and Mamie Bailey Altmire. He was a self-employed painter.
An Army veteran, he served during World War II and the Korean conflict
and was a member of American Legion Post 140, Greenville. Mr. Altmire
also belonged to First United Methodist Church, Greenville; 40 & 8
of American Legion, Greenville; and was a 43-year member of Alcoholics
Anonymous. He was an avid fisherman and golfer. Surviving are: his wife,
the former Eunice Stahlman, whom he married Aug. 28, 1954; a daughter,
Melanie Saxton, Monroe, Wash.; a brother, William G., Las Vegas; three
sisters, Mary Nocera, Las Vegas; Helen Daly, Brackenridge, Pa.; and
Margaret Scott, Butler; his stepmother, Mary Smith, New Castle; two half
brothers, Michael Smith, Pulaski; and Adrian Smith, New Castle; and two
grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer
Society, 177 Main St., Greenville 16125.
E., 73, of 130 Columbia Ave., Greenville. Calling hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to
9 p.m. Friday (12-1-00) in BAIRD FUNERAL HOME, 14 Louisa Ave.,
Greenville. Friends may send condolences by e-mail to Baird@infonline.net
Service: Funeral service at 11 a.m. Saturday (12-2-00) in First United
Methodist Church, Greenville, with the Rev. Edison B. Heard, pastor,
officiating. Burial: Cremation.
164. Obituary - Alberta G. Stahlman The Derrick.com
Alberta G. Stahlman, 70, of 167 Kings
Highway, Oil City, died Friday, June 17, 2005, at UPMC Northwest in
Seneca. Born Jan. 12, 1935, she was a daughter of the late Arthur P. and
Gertrude Cessna Salsgiver. Mrs. Stahlman enjoyed gardening, hunting and
fishing. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren.
She was married to Raymond E. Stahlman, who survives. In addition to her
husband, she is survived by a son, Jeffrey N. Stahlman and his wife
Teresa of Oil City; a daughter, Althea M. Smith and her husband Eugene
of Venus; and four grandchildren, Alicia and Michelle Smith, both of
Venus, and Emily and Lucas Stahlman, both of Oil City. Also surviving
are two brothers, James Salsgiver of Titusville and Doug Salsgiver of
Elm City, N.C.; and one sister, Dorothy Jones of Punta Gorda, Fla. There
will be no visitation. Funeral services will be held at the convenience
of the family. The Morrison Funeral Home, 1001 Petroleum St., Oil City,
is in charge of arrangements.
165. Chester Gage Zimmer Contributed by Naomi Wikane
Chester Gage Zimmer of
Gallupville, New York, died October 27, 2003, in the Hospice Unit at
Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, New York, after being stricken with heart
failure on October 13, 2003. He was born June 21, 1910, the only child
of Orlo and Ethel (Gage) Zimmer. He married Gladys Stahlman in
September, 1931. She died in October, 1994. Mr. Zimmer was born and
lived all his life in the Town of Wright, as did all his Zimmer
ancestors right back to the early 1700’s when they came here from
Germany and purchased farmland from the American Indians. Mr. Zimmer
started Zimmer Poultry Farm and baby chick hatchery in Gallupville in
1934 when he left the farm. In addition to the hatchery, the business
included a wholesale egg route in Schenectady and poultry equipment
sales. It was the largest baby chick hatchery in the Capital District,
hatching up to one quarter of a million chicks per year. He retired in
1972. In the 60’s and 70’s Mr. Zimmer collected and dealt in Early
Americana; tools and farm and household items. He was a member of the
Early American Industries Association. He is a former member of the
Gallupville Methodist Church. Mr. Zimmer helped organize the Gallupville
Volunteer Fire Department and the Town of Wright Fire District in 1942.
He was Fire Chief from 1945 to 1953 and Fire District
Secretary/Treasurer from 1942 to 1954. He recently gifted the Fire
Department with funds to start the expansion project to the firehouse.
He was a life member of the Schoharie County Historical Society and
Trustee from 1966 to 1973. He was Town of Wright Historian from 1971 to
1981. From the 1960’s to the present he has been greatly involved with
local history and genealogy and much sought after for this information.
He made a series of oral history videotapes about Gallupville and the
Town of Wright. He has often been of assistance at the Old Stone Fort,
Schoharie with his knowledge and help and recently gifted them with
funds that will be used in the future toward a new building for the
library and storage area. Mr. Zimmer’s extensive local history and
genealogy collections will become part of the SCHS Research Library at
the Old Stone Fort to be used by generations to come. He also initiated
the idea and gifted the DAR with funds for the Revolutionary War
Soldiers Monument recently placed at the Old Stone Fort and dedicated
during Stone Fort Days. He received the DAR Community Service Award
during this ceremony. One of Mr. Zimmer’s hobbies was flower
gardening. All who drove past his home enjoyed the array of color. Mr.
Zimmer is survived by a daughter, Naomi Wikane, of Schoharie. There will
be a graveside service, open to all, led by Rev. Robert D. Smith, in the
Gallupville Cemetery on October 31 at 1:00 pm. Memorial contributions
may be made to the Gallupville Fire Department First Response Team,
Gallupville, NY 12073; the Scho-Wright Ambulance Service, 338 Main St.,
Schoharie, NY 12157; or Hospice (location of your choice).
Margie Himes Stahlman
– Margie Himes Stahlman, 83, of Indiana, Pa., formerly of Limestone,
died Tuesday, November 29, 2005, in her home. Born September 10, 1922,
in Timblin, Jefferson County, she was the daughter of Jesse and Mary
Trayer Himes. Mrs. Stahlman was married in 1940 to Robert A. Stahlman,
who died in August 1993. Mrs.
Stahlman was a homemaker on the family farm near Limestone. Mrs.
Stahlman was a member of the Limestone Grange and the Nevin Memorial
Church in Frogtown. Surviving are two sons, Nelson Stahlman and his
wife, Judith, of Indiana, Pa., and Blaine Stahlman of Castle Rock, Colo;
and a daughter, Judy Stahlman of Orlando, Fla.; five grandchildren; and
four great-grandchildren. Mrs. Stahlman also is survived by two
brothers, Emerson Himes and Robert Himes, both of Brookville. In
addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Stahlman was preceded in death
by two brothers, Cloyd Himes and an infant; and four sisters, Hazel,
Alda "Becky," Lucy and Jean. Friends will be received from 10
a.m. until the time of funeral services at 11:30 a.m. Friday, December
2, in the Goble Funeral Home, 330 Wood St., Clarion. Interment will be
in Limestone Cemetery.
Robert A. Stahlman
from Lori T: Robert’s parents are Dellas and Mary Campbell Stahlman.
Dellas is the son of Phillip and Mary Alice McKillup Stahlman. Here is
Robert's obituary: Clarion News, Clarion, Pennsylvania, Obituary:
Stahlman, Robert A., Clarion News, Page 7, 31 Aug 1993, Clarion Free
Library, PO Box 663, Clarion PA 16214. "LIMESTONE TWP. - Robert A.
Stahlman, 77, of Limestone Township, Clarion County, died Friday
evening, August 27, 1993, at his home. Born March 22, 1916, at his
family home in Limestone Township, he was a son of the late Dellas and
Mary Campbell Stahlman. He married the former Margie Himes in 1940.
She survives. Mr. Stahlman, a lifelong Limestone Township resident, was
a dairy farmer. He was a member of the Clarion-Limestone School
Board for 12 years and served as Limestone Township supervisor from
1946-1970. He was township secretary for many years. Mr.
Stahlman was elected Clarion County auditor in 1971 and was serving as
auditor at the time of his death. He was also an active member of
the Limestone Grange for almost 50 years. In addition to his wife, Mr.
Stahlman is survived by two sons, Nelson Stahlman of Indiana (Pa.) and
Blaine Stahlman of Castle Rock, Colo.; one daughter, Judy Stahlman of
Palm Beach Garden, Fla.; and five grandchildren. Also surviving
are three brothers, Burl Stahlman of Desert Hot Springs, Calif., Duane
Stahlman of Limestone and Lowell Stahlman of Pueblo, Colo.; and one
sister, Eleanor Smail of Limestone. Services were held at 11 am Tuesday,
August 31, in the Goble Funeral Home in Clarion. The Rev. James
Dietrich, pastor of New Rehoboth-Greenville Presbyterian Church,
officiated. Interment followed in Limestone Cemetery.
M. Burkett From
The Punxsutawney Spirit
M. Burkett, 99, R.D. 5 Punxsutawney, died Thursday, July 28, 2005, in
Brookville. Mrs. Burkett was born July 28, 1906, in Oliver Township, the
daughter of the late Michael and Laura (Stahlman) Himes. She was married
Sept. 13, 1923, to Charles C. Burkett, who preceded her in death Nov. 1,
1982. Mrs. Burkett was a member of the Burkett Hollow Methodist Church.
She was very proud of her 62 years of teaching Sunday school at the
church. Mrs. Burkett enjoyed photography and taking pictures. Her main
love was her family, especially her children and grandchildren. She was
a lifelong resident of the area. She is survived by nine children, Elvin
Burkett and wife Peggy of R.D. 4 Brookville, Mrs. Agnes Burns of
Brookville, Mrs. William (Isabel) Hetrick of Brookville, Albert Burkett
of Coolspring, Mrs. Clair (Marion) McKendree of Stanton, Mrs. Herbert (Alvera)
Burns of R.D. 2 Summerville, Nelson Burkett and wife Elaine of R.D. 4
Brookville, Mrs. Lynn (Elva) Crosswaite of Reynoldsville, and Kenneth
Burkett and wife Catherine of Findley Lake, N.Y.; 35 grandchildren, 54
great-grandchildren, 22 great-great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs.
Lizzie Cressley of Tarentum and Mrs. Selah Park of Brookville. In
addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by four
brothers, Harry Himes, Clair Himes, John Himes and Wilson Himes; three
sisters, Lula Byerly, Anna Smith and Hazel Young; two grand-daughters,
Sylvia Burns and Deborah Burns; a son-in-law, Jay Burns; and a
daughter-in-law, Ruby Burkett. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and
7 to 9 p.m. today at the Deeley Funeral Home, Punxsutawney. A funeral
service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, July 31, 2005, at the funeral
home with the Rev. Bernard L. Shuey and Pastor Doug Wolfe officiating.
Interment will follow at Coolspring Cemetery. The family suggests
memorial donations be made to Brookside Assisted Living, 49 Brookside
Lane, Brookville, Pa. 15825.
Anna Belle Caylor From
The Punxsutawney Spirit on Line
Belle Caylor, 81, Smyrna, Ga., died Monday, Dec. 19, 2005, at Delmar
Gardens Nursing Home, Smyrna. Surviving
relatives include a son, Ronald Caylor and wife Peggy of Smyrna; three
grand-children, Ronald Caylor Jr., Kimberly Foor and Shelly Rushe; a
great-granddaughter, Jessica Caylor; five sisters, Geneva Hoffman of
Summerville, Mary London of Cortland, Ohio, Betty Caylor of
Huntersville, N.C., Evelyn Chambers of Punxsutawney, and Shirley Shaw of
Aiken, S.C.; and three brothers, Paul Dinger of Warren, Ohio, Billy
Dinger of Valier, and Norman Dinger of Punxsutawney. In addition to
her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Darl
and infant brother Clayton Dinger; and a sister, Ruby Jean Burkett.
Friends will be received at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 24, 2005, at the
Deeley Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday,
Dec. 24, 2005, at the funeral home with the Rev. Bernard Shuey
officiating. Interment will be in St. Johns Cemetery, Grange. Memorial
donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or a charity of the
Darl L. Dinger From
the Punxsutawney Spirit On Line
L. Dinger, 84, Sun City West, Ariz., died Tuesday, March 30, 2004, at
Hearthstone of Sun City, where he resided for the last month. Mr. Dinger
was born Jan. 4, 1920, in Oliveburg, the son of the late Norman and Fern
Dinger. Mr. Dinger was a disabled veteran and
prisoner of war in World War II. Surviving relatives include a daughter,
Linda Lindner and husband Don of Scottsdale, Ariz.; two grandchildren,
Diane and Eric Lindner of Scottsdale; three brothers, Paul Dinger and
wife Lillian of Warren, Ohio, Bill Dinger and wife Olive of Valier, and
Norman Dinger and wife Erma of Oliveburg; seven sisters, Geneva Hoffman
and husband Harold of Summerville, Mary London of Cortland, Ohio,
Annabelle Caylor of Marietta, Ga., Betty Caylor and husband Paul of
Huntersville, N.C., Evelyn Chambers and husband Robert of Punxsutawney,
Ruby Burkett and husband Albert of Oliveburg, and Shirley Shaw and
husband Jim of Aikens, S.C. In addition to his parents and wife, he was
preceded in death by a daughter, Diane. Memorial services will be held
Sunday, April 4, 2004, at the Desert Palm Presbyterian Church in Sun
City West. Memorial contributions may be made to the Desert Palm
Presbyterian Church, 13459 West Stardust Blvd., Sun City West, Ariz.
171. Lenore C. Snyder From
The Punxsutawney Spirit on Line
Lenore C. Snyder, 92, of Timblin and a resident of Mulberry Square Elder
Care & Rehabilitation Center, died Saturday, Feb. 5, 2005, at
Punxsutawney Area Hospital
Mrs. Snyder was born June
2, 1912, in Ringgold, the daughter of the late Charles and Mayme
(Dinger) Wise. She was first married to Edwin O. Ellis, who preceded her
in death in 1977. Sept. 19, 1981, she married Russell H. Snyder, who
survives. Mrs. Snyder owned and operated the
Ellis General Store in Knoxdale with her first husband. She was a member
of the St. James Lutheran Church of Ringgold. In addition to her
husband, surviving relatives include two step-daughters, Althea Zepp and
husband Paul of Hampstead, Md., and Shirley Powell and husband Roy of
New Bedford; a step-son, Mervin Snyder and wife Barbara of Elderton; a
twin sister, Lucille Reed of Punxsutawney; 14 grandchildren; 14
great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and
nephews. In addition to her parents and first husband, Mrs. Snyder was
preceded in death by a daughter, Nancy Ann Ellis; a step-son Dean
Snyder; a brother, Byron Wise; and a sister, Doris Alcorn. Friends will
be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Deeley Funeral Home,
Punxsutawney. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8,
2005, at the funeral home with Pastor Arlene Schweitzer officiating.
Interment will be at Ringgold Cemetery.
172. Ruby Jean Burkett From
The Punxsutawney Spirit on Line
Ruby Jean Burkett, 73, 4439 Route 36,
Coolspring, died Sunday, June 5, 2005, at her daughter's home in
Sprankle Mills. She was born Oct. 9, 1931, in Oliveburg, a daughter of the late Norman
and Fern (Minnick) Dinger. Dec. 15, 1950, she married Albert Burkett,
who survives. Mrs. Burkett attended the
Burkett Hollow United Methodist Church where she served as the church
pianist. In addition to her husband, surviving relatives
include four children, Marcia Burns and husband Kenneth of Greeensburg,
Rick Burkett of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Karen Burkett of Sprankle Mills,
and Lisa White and husband Michael of Boiling Spring; six sisters,
Geneva Hoffman of Summerville, Mary London of Cortland, Ohio, Betty
Caylor of Huntersville, N.C., Annabelle Caylor of Smyrna, Ga., Evelyn
Chambers of Punxsutawney, and Shirley Shaw of Aiken, S.C.; three
brothers, Paul Dinger of Warren, Ohio, Billy Dinger of Valier, and
Norman Dinger of Punxsutawney; five grandchildren; and two
great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in
death by a brother, Darl Dinger; and an infant brother, Clayton Dinger.
A funeral service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, 2005, at
the Grace United Methodist Church with the Rev. Eric G. Raygor and
Pastor Doug Wolfe officiating. Friends will be received at the church
one hour prior to the funeral. Interment will be in Coolspring Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Punxsutawney Area Hospital or
American Cancer Society.
W. Clair Stahlman from
The Punxsutawney Spirit??????
Clair Stahlman, 87, of 18 First Avenue, Reynoldsville, died Monday at
his home. Born October 17, 1910, in Coolspring, he was the son of the
late B. U. and Lena Smith Stahlman. He was married to Nellie M. Yeany
Stahlman on October 29, 1930. She survives. He was a retired truck
driver for the former DuBois Brewing Company of Dubois. He was a member
of the Trinity Lutheran Church of Reynoldsville. He is also survived by
three sons, Edgar C. Stahlman of Pleasant gap and John W. Stahlman and
William L. Stahlman, both of Reynoldsville; three daughters: Doris M.
Mukufka of Citrus Springs, Florida, N. Diane Rafferty of DuBois and
Joyce L. Marsh of Marietta, Georgia; a half brother, Harry Funk of
Clarion; 14 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and several nieces
and nephews. He was also preceded in death by one grandson, one
great-granddaughter, six half brothers and four half sisters.
STAHLMAN: W. Clair
W. Clair, 18 First Avenue, Reynoldsville, died October 12, 1998. Friends
will be received from 2-4 and 7-9 pm Thursday at the Bernard P. Snyder
Funeral Home in Reynoldsville. A funeral service will be held at the
Trinity Lutheran Church in Reynoldsville at 11 am Friday with the Rev.
James Fore officiating. Burial will be in the Shannondale Cemetery,
Shannondale. Memorial donations may be made to the Trinity Lutheran
Church, 329 Jackson Street, Reynoldsville, Pa 15851, or to the DuBois
Hospice, PO Box 447, DuBois, Pa 15801.
L. Space, 85 dies
(Clarion News 2/22/1979 pg. 13)
Lena Funk Space 85, of RD 3 New Bethlehem died Sunday, Feb. 18. 1979, in
Grandview Health Care Inc., Clarion. Born Aug. 2, 1893, in Jefferson
County, she was the daughter of the late Gordon and Emma Himes Smith.
She was married to Frast Funk, who died in 1934. She later married
Benjamin Space, who died in March 1978. Mrs. Space was a member of the
Leisure Run Methodist Church. Surviving are three sons, Harry Funk of
RD1 Fairmount City, John Funk of Reynoldsville and Clair Stahlman of
Reynoldsville; one daughter, Mrs. Donald (Betty) Patchen of Union City;
11 grand-children; 15 great-grandchildren; four
great-great-grandchildren; four sisters, Sarah Stoneberg of Rossiter;
Nellie Straitwell of Reynoldsville; Minnie Straitwell of Erie and Mary
Milligan of Distant, and two brothers, Norman Stahlman of Reynoldsville
and Paul Stahlman of Rossiter. Services were at 10 am Wednesday from the
John R. Mateer Fumeral Home in New Bethlehem with the Rev. John
Colpetzer and the Rev. Walter Herron officiating. Burial was in
the Ohl Cemetery. Lena was buried with her first husband.
Wayne J. Stahlman From????
J. Stahlman of RD 4, Brookville, died Saturday, April 5 (1981), in the
Brookville Hospital at the age of 84 years. Born July 25, 1896, in
Frogtown, Clarion County, he was a son of the late John J. and Anna
(Walters) Stahlman. He married the former Margaret D. McEntire on
November 9, 1921. Mr. Stahlman had been self-employed as an auto
mechanic for practically all his life. He was a member of the Pisgah
Presbyterian Church of Corsica. The deceased is survived by his wife and
the following six children: Mrs. William (Dorothy) Oaks, RD 4
Brookville; Mrs. Gilmore (Alice) Brown, Corsica; Wayne J. Jr. of Parker;
Carl W. of Slingo; Stanley E., RD 4 Brookville; and Donald L., of
Naples, Fla. Also surviving are thirteen grandchildren and eleven
Robert L. Stahlman, Jr from
L. Stahlman, Jr. of Corsica died Monday, September 26, (1983) at the age
of 47. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the Brookville Hospital.
Born October 29, 1935, in Corsica, he was a son of Robert L. and Lillian
(Bryan) Stahlman. He was married August 15, 1959, to the former Virginia
L. Dixon, who survives. Mr. Stahlman had worked for the state Department
of Environmental Resources as an environmental control officer. He
attended the Brookville Church of the Nazarene. Surviving, in addition
to his wife and parents, are three children: Mrs. Susan Hepler of RD 1,
Strattonville, David and Steven Stahlman, both at home. Also surviving
is one sister, Joyce Mumford of Brookville and one grandchild. Funeral
services were held Wednesday morning from the Goble Funeral Home,
Clarion, with Rev. Richard L. Schenck officiating. Interment was in the
Baptist Cemetery, Corsica.
Mark E. Stahlman from
Edwin Stahlman of Fairmont City RD 1 died Saturday, July 17, (1982) in
the Clarion Hospital at the age of 70. Born May 13, 1912, in Brookville,
he was the son of Merle E. and Cora Miller Stahlman. He was married on
July 25, 1942, to the former Martha Grace who survives. Mr. Stahlman was
a farmer. He was a member of the Nevin Memorial United Church of Christ
in Frogtown and was past president of the church consistory. Mr.
Stahlman was master of the Limestone Grange No. 654, former member of
the Clarion County Planning Commission, member of the county and
district Sunday School Associations and member of the Clarion County
Extension Association. He served as secretary of the Salem Cemetery
Association for over 30 years. Surviving in addition to his wife are two
children, Paul A. Stahlman of Fairmont City RD 1 and Mrs. Dennis (Norma)
Champion of Williamsburg Va; a sister, Mrs. Ely (Ruth) Fabian of Knox;
two brothers, Myron J. Stahlman of California and Everett Stahlman of
Summerville; and two grandchildren. Preceding him in death was an infant
child and a sister. Friends are being received in the Gerald L. Goble
Funeral Home in Clarion. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 pm
Tuesday in the Nevin Memorial United Church of Christ with Samuel O.
Swick, member of that church, officiating. Interment will be in the
Salem Cemetery in Frogtown.
From: The Clarion News (March 13, 1978)
Stahlman, 84, a resident of St. Pauls Home in Greenville and a former
resident of Frogtown (RD 1 Fairmont City), died at 7:45 pm February 25,
1973, at Greenville Hospital. Born July 29, 1888, in Limestone Township,
he was a son of the late Jacob and Mary A. Fulmer Stahlman. Mr. Stahlman
had been employed for many years on Clarion’s Main Street. He began
with employment at the former Stein Bottling Works from 1916 to 1922,
after which he worked for the former Alexander and Moore Men’s
Furnishing Clothing Store. He later worked for many years for the J.M.
Crooks Clothing Store until his retirement late in 1970. Mr. Stahlman
was a member of the Nevin United Church of Christ at Frogtown and Past
Noble Grand of the Clarion IOOF Lodge 252, where he had also served as
secretary for a number of years. A veteran of World War I, he was a
member of the WWI Veterans of Barracks 1310 of Clarion. Surviving are
one sister, Mrs. Mable V. Miller of Frogtown; one brother Ezra F.
Stahlman of Greenville, and several nieces and nephews. Friends are
being received at the Gerald L. Goble Funeral Home in Clarion. The
Clarion IOOF Lodge was to have a memorial service at 7:30 pm Tuesday
(tonight) in the funeral home. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm
Wednesday at the Nevin Memorial United Church of Christ. Samuel O. Swick
and Kenneth Tack will officiate and burial will be in the Salem Cemetery
Daniel D. Stahlman from
The Clarion News (March 13, 1978)
D. Stahlman, 59, Chief of Police of South Bethlehem, Armstrong County,
died March 11, 1973, in Clarion Hospital of a heart seizure. Born in
Clarion County, July 30, 1913, he was a son of the late Cleeman S. and
Mary Elizabeth Martin Stahlman. He was married July 3, 1934, to the
former Alverda Dee Weigand, who survives. Mr. Stahlman had been the
Chief of Police at South Bethlehem for a number of years. He had also
served the borough as mayor, constable, and a borough employee at
various times. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Police,
Allegheny Lodge 39, and was a member of the Clarion County Law
Enforcement Association. He was a life member of the New Bethlehem Fire
Company and was a member of the New Bethlehem United Presbyterian
Church. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Ronald (Clara) Murphy of Sewickley and Mrs. Harold (Joanna) Bussard of
Highland Park, NJ; two sons. twins, Wendell Lew and Randall Lee, both at
home; two grandchildren; one brother, Edward Stahlman of RD 3 New
Bethlehem, and one sister, Mrs. Lenora Monrean of RD 1 Fairmont City.
Mrs. Mary C. Stahlman from
The Leader Vindicator
Mary C. Stahlman, 78, of Fairmont City RD 1, died Friday, January 13,
1967, in the Brookville Hospital. She was born December 25, 1890, in
Limestone Township, a daughter of John K. and Elizabeth Sloan Campbell.
She was married June 2, 1915, to Dellas Stahlman, who died in 1934. Mrs.
Stahlman was a rural mail carrier to Clarion County for 25 years prior
to her retirement. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in
Clarion, the Sisterhood Class and Circle 2 of the Women’s Association
of the Church. She was also a member of the Clarion County Chapter of
the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Clarion County Historical
Society, Lady Rebekah Lodge of Clarion, the Clarion Women’s Club and
the Limestone Grange. Mrs. Stahlman is survived by four sons, Robert and
Duane Stahlman of Limestone, Burl Stahlman of Riverside, California, and
Lowell Stahlman of Indiana; a daughter, Mrs. Ernest (Eleanor) Smail of
Limestone; a brother, James Campbell of Pittsburgh; and a sister, Miss
Margaret Campbell of Franklin. Funeral services were held Monday,
January 16, in the Goble Funeral Home, Clarion, with her pastor, the
rev. Roy C. Blair, officiating. Interment was in the Salem Cemetery.
Clee Samuel Stahlman from
The Leader Vindicator
Clee Samuel Stahlman, of 312 Wood Street, Clarion, died at his home on
Thursday, November 19, 1964, at the age of 82. He was born September 6,
1882, in Clarion County, the son of Daniel and Sophia (Ferringer)
Stahlman. He was married to Elizabeth Martin on October 22, 1912, in
Pittsburgh. She preceded him in death, July 14, 1964. Mr. Stahlman
attended the Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Clarion and the
Reidsburg Baptist Church. Surviving are two sons and one daughter: Dan
Stahlman, of New Bethlehem, Mrs. Roy (Nora) Monrean, of RD 1, Fairmont
City, and Edward Stahlman, of RD 3, New Bethlehem; ten grandchildren and
three great grandchildren. Two sons preceded Mr. Stahlman in death
during World War II. Mr. Stahlman was the last member of his family of
thirteen. Services were held on Sunday, November 22, 1964, at 2:30 pm at
the Charles D. Alcorn Funeral Home, Hawthorn, with Rev. Palmer L. Zerbe,
of Clarion, and Rev. Earl H. Thomas, of Reidsburg, officiating. Burial
was made in the family plot in the New Bethlehem Cemetery.
Clyde E. Stahlman from
The Clarion Republican (May 20, 1965)
Md. – Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon for Clyde E.
Stahlman, 61?, of Cumberland Md., with Rev. Frank Fratto officiating.
Internment was in the Cooks Mills Cemetery in Cumberland. Mr. Stahlman
died Thursday, May 13 (1965). A native of Marienville, he was a son of
the late Henry and Rachel Graybill Stahlman. He was married to the
former Violet Kirtchner. Surviving
are his widow; two sons, Clarence of Hyndman RD and Francis of the U.S.
Navy in California; a daughter, Mrs. Jacqueline Millbrecht; a
step-daughter, Evelyn Combs of Cumberland; two foster daughters, Mrs.
Betty Bennett of Corriganville and Martha Stahlman of Hyndman RD; and 18
grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, William Stahlman of
Fisher and Perl Stahlman of Hyndman; and a sister, Mrs. George Lyberger
of Ellersville, Md.
Cecella G. Stahlman From
The Clarion News (December 30, 1971)
Dentist’s Wife succumbs
Mrs. C. Stahlman
C. Stahlman, 60, of Clarion, died Wednesday, December 29, at her home.
Born July 18, 1911, at Clymer, she was a daughter of Daniel and Cecilla
Sobosenski Geary. She was married March 4, 1938, to Dr. Alden L.
Stahlman, who survives. Mrs. Stahlman was a member of St. Anthony Roman
Catholic Church. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Larry (Barbara) Adams of New Bethlehem, Mrs. Robert
(Patricia) Stover of Erie and Mrs. Alvin (Bonnie) Hawk of Hawthorne;
nine grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Joseph Hochman of Clymer; three
brothers, Leo Geary of Doylestown, Joseph Geary of Clymer, and William
Geary of Dearborn Michigan, and a brother-in-law, Dr. Fred B. Stahlman
of Clarion. One brother preceded her in death. Funeral services will be
held at 10 am Saturday from the Gerald L. Goble Funeral Home in Clarion,
Father Joseph Meisinger will officiate and burial will be in the New
Banks Stahlman from
The Clarion Republican (February 27, 1964)
services were held on Wednesday, February 26 from the Zeigler Funeral
Home, Hyndman, for Banks Stahlman, 71, of RD 1 Hyndman, who died Sunday
February 16, (1964) in the Memorial Hospital. Born in Clarion, Mr.
Stahlman was a son of the late Henry E. and Rachel Jane Graybill
Stahlman. He was a retired employee of Celanese Fibers Company, retiring
in 1957 after 30 years of service. He also formerly operated a service
station on the Ellerslie – Hyndman Road. He was a member of St.
Mark’s Evangelical United Brethern Church of Ellerslie. Surviving are
his widow, Bessie Davis Stahlman; four daughters; Mrs. Robert Kelly,
Springfield Virginia, Mrs. David A. Horner, Hyndman, Mrs. Ronald D.
Shaffer, RD 1 Hyndman and Mrs. S. Frantz Cari, Lavale; four sons; A. B.
Stahlman and Franklin H. Stahlman, both of Ellerslie, James W. Stahlman,
Whittier, California, Curtis B. Stahlman, RD 1 Hyndman; two sisters,
Mrs. George Lyberger, Ellerslie and Mrs. George O. Stroup, Cumberland,
Maryland, three brothers, Clyde E. Stahlman, ??urringanville, Pearl C.
Stahlman, Hyndman and William W. Stahlman, Fisher. He is also survived
by 23 grandchildren and ?1 great-grandchildren. Rev. J. Howard Smith,
pastor of St. Marks EUB Church, officiated. Interment was in the Cooks
Mill Chapel Cemetery.
Banks O. Stahlman
Provided by GinnieMae from The Cumberland Evenings Times February
O. Stahlman, 71, of RD 1, Hyndman, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital.
Born at Clarion, Pa., Mr. Stahlman was a son of the late Henry E. and
Rachel Jane (Grabill) Stahlman. He was a retired employee of the
Celanese Fiber Company, retiring in 1957 after 30 years of service. Mr.
Stahlman also formerly operated a service station on the Ellerslie-Hyndman
road. He was a member of St. Mark’s Evangelical United Church,
are his widow, Bessie (Davis) Stahlman; four daughters, Mrs. Robert
Kelly, Springfield, Va.; Mrs. David A. Horner, Hyndman; Mrs. Ronald D.
Shaffer, RD 1, Hyndman, and Mrs. S. Frantz Carl, LaVale; four sons, A.B.
Stahlman and Franklin H. Stahlman, both of Ellerslie; James W. Stahlman,
Whittier, Calif., and Curtis R. Stahlman, RD 1, Hyndman; two sisters,
Mrs. George Lybarger, Ellerslie; and Mrs. George O. Stroup, Cumberland;
and three brothers, Clyde E. Stahlman, Corriganville, and Pearl C.
Stahlman, Hyndman; 23 grandchildren and 11 great-grand-children.
body is at the Zeigler Funeral Home, Hyndman, where friends will be
received today from 7 to 9
pm and tomorrow from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm. Services
will be conducted there Wednesday at 2 pm by Rev. J. Howard Smith,
pastor of St. Mark’s EUB Church. Burial will be in Cook’s Mill
Charles W. Stahlman from
The Clarion News (April 28, 1971)
services were held at 11 am Tuesday, from the Charles A. Morrison
Funeral Home in Oil City for Charles W. Stahlman, Sr., 77, of Oil City,
who died at 1 am Saturday, April 24 (1971), in Oil City Hospital. Born
at Fisher, August 2, 1893, he was a son of Charles Clinton and Mary Ella
Copenhaver Stahlman. He was married to the former Laura Porter, who died
in 1926. Mr. Stahlman had worked oil fields in this area at one time and
had also been employed at one time in the Blacksmith’s department of
Oilwell Division, U.S. Steel Corporation. Surviving are four sons,
Richard W. of North Madison, Ohio, Dean of Middlesex, NY, Roy of Gorman,
NY, and Charles W. Jr. of Oil City; 22 grandchildren; five
great-grandchildren; Three brothers, Roy, Glade and Donald Stahlman of
Oil City, and one sister, Mrs. Orpha Hipwell of Sugarcreek. The Rev.
Harold D. Kelly of the Second Presbyterian Church in Oil City officiated
at the funeral services and burial was in Grove Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Carrie Stahlman from
The Clarion Democrat (September 8, 1964)
Carrie Stahlman, 68, of Clarks Mills RD 1 died in her home at 7:15 am
Wednesday (September 2, 1964). Born September 21, 1895 in Clarion
County, she was a daughter of Henry and Alice Pence Ruth. She was a
resident of Clarion and Mercer Counties all her life. She was married
June 27, 1918 to Ezra Stahlman, who survives. Mrs. Stahlman was a member
of the Clarks Mills Methodist Church. Surviving,
in addition to her husband, are four daughters; Mrs. Louise Dorfeld of
Oil City, Mrs. Donald (Mary) Sharp of Franklin, Mrs. William (Grace)
Perrotti of Greenville and Mrs. William (Ethel) Stillings of Mesa,
Arizona; and five grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, Floyd
Ruth of Knox and Charles Ruth of Oil City, and a sister, Mrs. Elsie
Minich, of Clarion. A daughter and a brother are deceased. The
family will receive friends at the Newton E. Fisher Funeral Home in
Hadley from 7 to 9 pm today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Friday.
Services will be held in the funeral home at 1:30 pm Saturday with Rev.
E. N. Rumbaugh officiating. Interment will be in Salem Cemetery in
187. Fred Wallace Royer
From the Salt Lake Tribune
Fred Wallace Royer 1912 ~ 2006 Fred Wallace Royer, age 93, completed his
mortal stay in Salt Lake City, Utah, after a short illness, and returned
to his Heavenly Father March 2, 2006. Born March 10, 1912 in Clarington,
Pennsylvania to James Wallace Royer and Ora Belle Stahlman. He was
honorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corp after serving in active
duty from April 28, 1942 to December 28, 1945. He was awarded the Purple
Heart Medal by W.P. Halsey, Admiral, U.S. Navy November 24, 1943 for
injuries sustained as a result of enemy action in the South Pacific Area
during World War II. Prior to retirement, Fred was employed in the Loan
and Finance Business, managing offices in Salt Lake, Provo, Ogden and
Magna. He is survived by his wife, Faye; daughters, Vicki Leigh (Steve)
Jensen, Bonni Michelle (Wayne) Rogers, Kathleen (Michael) Lunak; nine
grandchildren, Alex, Andy, Jeff, Ryan, Michael, Bobby, Haylee, Hillary,
and Greg; sister, Bertha Donahey, Olean, NY. Preceded in death by
daughter, Valleri Royer. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, March
7, 2006, 11 a.m. at the West Valley 2nd Ward, 2820 Lehman Avenue (3590
South). A viewing will be Monday, 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Funeral Home,
4330 South Redwood Road and Tuesday at the church, 10-10:45 a.m. prior
to service. Interment; Valley View Memorial Park, 4400 West 4100 South.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your favorite charity. We
wish to express our deepest appreciation to the caregivers at Highland
Care Center for their compassion
and loving care. Published in the Salt Lake Tribune
on 3/5/2006. Fred
Royer was Ora Belle Stahlman's son (John Heenen, John L., John S.,
John). Only Aunt Bertha is left, at 91.
188. John S. Stahlman from
The Punxsutawney Spirit
John S. Stahlman, 80,
Punxsutawney, died Friday, March 3, 2006, at the Punxsutawney Area
Hospital. He was born June 13, 1925, in Perry Township, Jefferson
County, the son of the late Paul H. and M. Marie (Slawson) Stahlman. A
lifetime resident of the Punxsutawney area, Mr. Stahlman was a veteran
of WWII, serving in the U. S. Navy from 1944 to 1946. He
worked on the family farm, and he had a great interest in antique
automobiles. Survivors include five brothers, Lee C. Stahlman and wife
Arlie of Punxsutawney, William L. Stahlman and wife Mary Ellen of
Punxsutawney, Terry Paul Stahlman and wife Evelyn of Punxsutawney, Darl
M. Stahlman and wife Judy of Punxsutawney, and Jerry T. Stahlman and
wife Nancy of York; four sisters, Miss Betty Stahlman of Butler, Mrs.
Oma Joy Dunmire and husband Arnold of Punxsutawney, Mrs. Mary Ann Holt
of Parker, Colo., and Mrs. Nada M. Smith and husband Ronald of Oxon
Hill, Md. Several nieces and nephews also survive. In addition to his
parents, Mr. Stahlman was preceded in death by two brothers, James
Stahlman and Thomas Stahlman. Friends will be received until 1:00 p.m.
today at the Deeley Funeral Home of Punxsutawney. A funeral service will
be held at 1 p.m. today, with the Rev. Glenn C. McQuown officiating.
Interment will take place at St. John's Cemetery in Grange. The family
suggests that donations in memory of Mr. Stahlman be made to the St.
John's Church of Grange.
189. John W. “Jack”
Overturf from The Punxsutawney Spirit
John W. “Jack” Overturf, 67,
Grant and Benezette, died Sunday, Feb. 19, 2006, at UPMC-Presbyterian,
Pittsburgh. He was born March 16, 1938, in Winslow Hill, Benezette, a
son of the late Clair Finley and Harriet (Sexton) Overturf Sr. Sept. 12,
1964, in Grant, he married Patricia (Marshall) Overturf, who survives. He
attended Benezette schools and the Johnstown Rehabilitation Center for
dental technician for two years. Mr. Overturf served in the U.S. Army in
Greenland in the post-Korea era. He lived all his life in Grant and
Benezette, and for most of his life, he was a truck driver for Butler
Trucking, Eagle Express and Ingram Trucking. He also worked in the
maintenance department at Motor Coil in Emporium. Mr. Overturf was a
member of the Sinnamahoning Sportsmen. In addition to his wife,
surviving relatives include two sons, John W. Overturf Jr. and wife
Robin of Emporium, and Kenneth E. Overturf of St. Marys; three
daughters, Eileen Lucinda Beal and husband Larry of Wooddale, Pvt.
Teresa Beck and husband Ricky of Fort Jackson, S.C., and Jackie Stahlman
and husband Jamie Paul of Punxsutawney; two brothers, Clair F. Overturf
Jr. of Mill Hall and William O. Overturf of Weedville; three sisters,
Mary Radmanich of Sacramento, Calif., Dorothy Hauber of Murraysville,
and Ruth Ann Fye of Grant; and his constant canine companion, Genny
Lynn. He was also the proud grandfather of 11 grandchildren, PV2 Robert
Chuck Penvose III, Joseph Stahlman, Jared Stahlman, Jason Stahlman,
Jordan Beal, John Beal, Andrew Beal, Levi Overturf, Cody Overturf, Spc.
Aaron Beck and Crystal Beck; and three great-grandchildren. In addition
to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Angel; and a
brother, James. Friends will be received from 4 to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb.
24, 2006, at the Ralph M. Geer Funeral Home, Penfield. A funeral service
will be held at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, 2006, at the funeral home with
Ginger Gardner officiating. Military honors will be accorded by the Post
978 Burial Detail. Interment will be in Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill,
Benezette. Memorial contributions may be made to the Bennetts Valley
Ambulance or St. Jude's.
190. Anna Elizabeth
“Betty” (Esposito) Boston from
The Punxsutawney Spirit
Anna Elizabeth “Betty”
(Esposito) Boston, 83, Punxsutawney, died Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006, at
Punxsutawney Area Hospital. Born April 10, 1922, in Punxsutawney, she
was the daughter of the late Joseph and Julia (Mottey) Esposito. She
married Frank A. Boston, who preceded her in death May 6, 1996. Mrs.
Boston was a registered nurse, working at Adrian Hospital, Punxsutawney
Area Hospital and Indiana Hospital. She was a Home Health volunteer,
American Red Cross volunteer, taught CPR for the American Heart
Association, an advisor for the Candy Stripers of Punxsutawney Area
Hospital and Adrian Hospital, and was a volunteer for the Punxsutawney
Area Ambulance Service. She also served in the Cadet Nurse's Corp.
during World War II. She was a member of the Punxsutawney Nurses Club
and the Fatima Rosary of SS.C.D., and attended Ss. Cosmas and Damian
Roman Catholic Church, Punxsutawney. Mrs. Boston was named Punxsutawney
Woman of the Year in 1986. She is survived by three daughters, Rose Mary
Hess and husband Bob of Punxsutawney, Patricia Stahlman and husband Gary
of Punxsutawney, Jean Lunger and husband Randy of Rossiter; four sons,
Frank Boston and wife Sam of Ernest, Edward Boston and wife Bernie of
Punxsutawney, Robert Boston and wife Darlene of Punxsutawney, and Ronald
Boston and LouAnn Reeseman of Punxsutawney; a sister, Rosemary Esposito
of Punxsutawney; 16 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. In
addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Boston was preceded in death
by three brothers, Henry Esposito, Jerry Esposito and Donald Esposito.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today to the
Richard L. Fait Funeral Home, Punxsutawney. A Mass of Christian Burial
will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006, at Ss. Cosmas and
Damian Roman Catholic Church, Punxsutawney, officiated by the Rev. Fr.
John F. Bauer. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Punxsutawney.
Donations may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.
Roger Alan Stahlman,
Detroit News, July 14, 2004
Alan Stahlman, 47 years, of Monroe, MI, passed away July 11, 2004, the
result of a motorcycle accident.
husband of Donna Jeanne (Butler); loving father of Daniel W. and Reid A.
and the late Elizabeth Catherine; grandson of Amanda C.
Stahlman-McGinnis; brother of Dennis L. Stahlman and Teresa A. Sinel.
Beloved son of the late James and Connie (Shuler) Stahlman.
graduate of Trenton High School he was employed by Michigan Cat of
Brownstown. He was a US Navy Veteran.
will be held on Wednesday from 3-8 p.m. where a scripture service will
be held at 7 p.m. in the Bacarella Funeral Home, 1201 S. Telegraph Rd.,
Monroe, MI 48161 (734-241-4600). Roger will then be taken to Emlenton,
PA, where a Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated on Friday at St.
Michael Roman Catholic Church. Memorials to St. John The Baptist
Catholic School in Monroe.
192. Elvin Clair Burkett from
The Punxsutawney Spirit
Elvin Clair Burkett, 81,
Brookville, died Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006, at Brookville Hospital. He was
born April 8, 1924, in Coolspring, a son of the late Charles Carlton and
Emma Marcella Himes Burkett. Aug. 8, 1970, in Brookville, he married
Emma C. “Peg” Sarvey Burr, who survives. Mr.
Burkett worked as a driller for Stahlman Coal Company in Corsica and
C&K Coal Company in Clarion. He enjoyed watching sports. In addition
to his wife, surviving relatives include two sons, Albert Burkett and
wife Ana of Chapel Hill, N.C., and Gary Burkett and wife Jane of
Brookville; a daughter, Francine Burkett of Brookville; two
step-daughters, Thelma Gromley and husband Harold of Glen Campbell and
Carol Hoffman and husband Gary of Brookville; a step-son, Harry Burr and
wife Mary Ann of Reynoldsville; three brothers, Kenneth Burkett of
Findley Lake, N.Y., Albert Burkett of Coolspring, and Nelson Burkett of
Brookville; five sisters, Agnes Burns, Isobel Hetrick and Marion
McKendree, all of Brookville, Elva Crosswaite of Reynoldsville, and
Alverna Burns of Summerville; 17 grand-children; and 23
great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents. Friends
will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the McKinney
Funeral Home, Brookville. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006, at the funeral home with Pastor David Selleck
of the Alpha Assembly of God Church, Clarion. Interment will be in the
Bethel-Geer Cemetery, Pinecreek Township. Memorial contributions may be
made to the charity of one's choice.
193. Jesse W. Miller from The Punxsutawney Spirit
Jesse W. Miller, 86, Punxsutawney, died Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006, at
Punxsutawney Area Hospital. He was born April 27, 1919, in Falls
Creek, a son of the late Jesse David and Minnie Julie Gillnet Miller. He
was married to his wife of 61 years, Dorothy Kowalcyk Miller, who
survives. Mr. Miller was a loving husband,
father and grandfather who had a great sense of humor and a strong
dedication to his Lord, his family and his work. He was once quoted as
saying, “I never had a job that I didn't like.” At the age of 17,
Mr. Miller started working in the coal mines. He was drafted into the
U.S. Army during World War II, having served in Germany and France. He
was the founder of Miller Brothers Furniture. In 1970, he started Miller
Furniture Store in Hudson, first selling furniture from his basement,
then expanding to a 4,400-square-foot store that he worked until his
retirement in 1984. With his and his wife Dorothy's devotion and work,
the business was turned over to their three sons, and the stores in
Punxsutawney, Falls Creek and DuBois became a reality. Mr. Miller loved
working in his yard and garden, hunting, and fishing at Lake Erie. He
attended the Punxsutawney First Church of God and was a member of the
Rossiter American Legion Post No. 582 and the United Mine Workers of
America. In addition to his wife, Mr. Miller is survived by three sons,
Jesse J. Miller and wife Babette, Duane A. Miller and his wife Nancy,
all of Punxsutawney, and James C. Miller and wife Patti of Rossiter; two
sisters, Bernice “Babe” Merrow and husband Charles of Punxsutawney
and Betty Monoskey of Rossiter; nine grandchildren, Pamela Jo Renwick,
Jesse B., Jason S., Eric A., Nathan J., Leticia L., Garrett D., Derek R.
and Ashlyn J. Miller; four great-grandchildren, Easton P. and Charlie
Grace Renwick and Kathryn C. and Natalie M. Miller; and numerous nieces
and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by
four sisters, Dolly Winters, Hattie Fetterman, Ellen Stahlman and Jean
Fishel; and a brother, Clair Miller. Friends will be received from 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the McCabe Funeral Home, Punxsutawney. A
funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19, 2006, at the
Punxsutawney First Church of God with Pastor Gregory Tibbs officiating.
Interment will follow in Union Hill Cemetery, Rossiter, with military
honors being accorded by the American Legion Post No. 582, Rossiter. In
lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the First Church
of God Youth Fund or the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
194. Margaret Mary Merrigan Stahlman from: News Press. Net
Margaret Mary Merrigan Stahlman, of N. Fort Myers, Florida, died on
Wednesday, December 7, 2005 at Hospice House, Cape Coral, Florida. Born
on January 9, 1924 in New York City, she was the eldest child of Francis
and Elizabeth Lee Merrigan, and graduated from Bishop McDonnell High
School in New York City. In 1944 she married Philip H. Stahlman, a
Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps. They lived in Levittown and then
Seaford, Long Island, NY, where they raised eight children together.
Margaret had a lifelong interest in reading and was a voracious reader
of fiction and history. She also loved to bake, and often shared her
baking with friends and neighbors. In 1984, Margaret and Philip retired
to Lake Fairways in N. Fort Myers, where she enjoyed creating ceramics
and participating in water aerobics with the "Aqua Babes".
Margaret is survived by her eight children, Katherine Zinn (Joseph) of
Culpeper, VA, M. Christine Stahlman of Levittown, NY, Philip J. Stahlman
(Teresa) of North Babylon, NY, Elaine Jurs (Peter) of State College, PA,
Theresa West (Dennis) of Los Angeles, CA, Frank Stahlman of North
Bellmore, NY, Virginia Loggins (David) of Birmingham, AL, and Dorothy
Ahl (James) of Lindenhurst, NY; thirteen grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one great-grandchild,
Maggie O'Brien. Margaret is also survived by her brother Frank Merrigan
(Elaine) of Pinehurst, NC and her sister Elizabeth Murphy (James) of New
Port Richey, FL as well as nieces and nephews, and a host of friends.
The family would like to thank the staff of Hope Hospice, and the
friends and neighbors of Lake Fairways for their kindness. The viewing
will be held at Lee Memorial Park, State Highway 82, Fort Myers, on
Sunday, Dec. 11 and Monday, Dec. 12 from 6-8 PM. The funeral Mass will
be held at St. Therese Catholic Church in N. Fort Myers on Tuesday,
December 13, at 10:30 AM. Interment will take place in Lee Memorial Park
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hope Hospice,
2430 Diplomat Pkwy. East, Cape Coral, FL 33909 or Tri-Country Habitat
for Humanity, 1288 N. Tamiami Trail, N. Fort Myers, FL 33903.
Arrangements by Kiser Funeral Home.
195. Richard E. Royer
March 19, 2006 from Terry Haas
RICHARD EUGENE ROYER Born
05 February 1923.
Died 11 September 1943. U.S. Army, rank of Sergeant died in the
Line of Duty, Non Battle (DNB) (War Dept. Files). His plane was
lost with all hands and I don't believe the bodies were ever recovered.
They were still in training at the time, he as a gunner, and this
happened off-shore of Texas.
I've been going through more
papers and found a postcard Richard Eugene Royer sent his mother, Ora
Belle Stahlman Royer (John Heenen, John L., John S., John). The Postcard
is titled "Harlingen Army Gunnery School, Harlingen Texas",
and reads: "In the Lower Rio Grande Valley, aerial gunners
are trained as key men in a famous "Four Flying Horsemen"
team--pilot, navigator, bombardier and gunner. They receive their
silver air crew wings on graduation." It was sent by PVT. Richard
Royer, 3rd Training Sqd, Harlingen, Texas, postmarked Harlingen April 2,
1943. He wrote:
"Dear Mom: Maybe
this will give you an idea of what I'm doing here in Texas. The first
picture at the top left shows a gunner in the air ready for action. Top
right shows them after a flight bringing their guns from the plane.
Left lower shows planes in formation. Lower right - firing at night with
tracer bullets. This is all interesting and maybe some day we'll take
care of some Japs this way.
Your son "Dick"
It makes me sad
every time I see his photos because he was such a young man, as were
196. Mary C. Anderson
The Punxsutawney Spirit
Mary C. Anderson, 92, 110 N. 12th
St., Olean, N.Y., died Monday, March 15, 2004, at Olean General Hospital
after a short illness. Mrs. Anderson was born Nov. 18, 1911, in Dora,
the daughter of the late James and Ester Dinger Young. She was married
to Earl Anderson, who preceded her in death Sept. 14, 1978. Mrs.
Anderson attended school in Ringgold and had been a resident of Olean
for the last 46 years. Along with her husband, she worked as a domestic
and business house-cleaner. She loved crocheting blankets and making
afghans for her family and friends. Mrs. Anderson is survived by a
daughter, Doris Marlene Chambers and husband Richard of Olean; three
step-daughters, Joan Cornelius of Shinglehouse, Pa., Sandy Baldwin of
Bolivar, N.Y., and Beverly Plowman and husband Bill of Bradford; two
step-sons, Chuck Anderson of George and Bob Anderson of California; six
grandchildren; 24 step-grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; 37
step-great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; a sister,
Bernice Young of Brockway; and several nieces and nephews. In addition
to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Robert
Reitz on June 20, 2000; two step-great-grandchildren; three brothers;
and seven sisters. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. on
Thursday, March 18, 2004, and from 10 a.m. until time of services on
Friday, March 19, 2004, at the Casey, Halwig & Hartle Funeral Home,
Olean. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 19,
2004, at the funeral home with the Rev. David Johnson officiating.
Interment will follow at Pleasant Valley Cemetery.
197. Jane R(oyer) Geiser From
unknown newspaper, clipping provided by Ann Roberts
Jane R(oyer) Geiser of Upper St. Clair
(near Pittsburgh, Pa), on April 28, 1996; daughter of the late James and
Ora Royer; beloved wife of George T. Geiser; loving mother of George A.
Geiser of Seven Springs, Pa, Ann Roberts of Scottsdale, Az, and Richard
R. Geiser of Elkins, Wv; grandmother of Keri, Amber, Kyle and Carle;
sister of Fred Royer of Salt Lake City, Ut, Mary Royer of Buffalo, Ny,
Bertha Donahey of Olean, Ny, Mark Royer of Kane, Pa, Alice Smith of
Elizabethtown, Pa and the late Richard Royer. Funeral arrangements by
Beinhaurs. Friends welcome at 2828 Washington Road, Peters Township.,
941-3211, Tues. 7-9 pm where service will be held Wednesday 10 am.
Interment private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the
Alzheimer’s Association, 1323 Forbes Ave., Suite 200, Pittsburgh, Pa
198. Annie (Dinger) Richards
Annie M. Richards, 91, 4747 Lost Hill Rd., Punxsutawney (Dora), died
Wednesday, July 20, 2005, at Punxsutawney Area Hospital. Mrs.
Richards was born Jan. 15, 1914, in Hamilton, a daughter of the late
John and Alice (Brocious) Dinger. April 11, 1959, she married James G.
Richards, who preceded her in death May 25, 1967. Mrs.
Richards was a housewife and a lifetime resident of the Dora/Timblin/Ringgold
area. Surviving relatives include a sister, Agnes Toth of Dora; and
several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, she
was preceded in death by a sister, Louise Snyder; and three brothers,
Archie Dinger, Daniel Dinger and James Clair Dinger.
will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Deeley Funeral
Home, Punxsutawney. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday,
July 23, 2005, at the funeral home with the Rev. Kenneth Alt
officiating. Interment will be in the Worthville Cemetery.
199. Hilda (Geist) Dinger
Hilda M. Dinger, 90,
Punxsutawney, died Wednesday, May 17, 2006, at her residence. She was
born Aug. 8, 1915, in Dora, a daughter of the late Frank and Twila (Mottern)
Aug. 7, 1938, she married Clair
A. Dinger, who preceded her in death May 5, 1978. Mrs. Dinger was a
member of the Dora Evangelical Church.She worked at the Dobson Store in
Dora and at Sylvania of Brookville. Surviving relatives include a
daughter, Barbara Wilcox and husband Martin of Southington, Conn.; a
son, Robert Dinger and wife Lois of Stafford, Va.; eight grandchildren;
and 18 great-grandchildren.
In addition to her parents and
husband, Mrs. Dinger was preceded in death by three brothers, Parnell,
Theodore and Wayne Geist. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to
9 p.m. today and from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 20, 2006, at the
Deeley Funeral Home, Punxsutawney.
A funeral service will be held at
11 a.m. Saturday at the Dora Evangelical Church with the Rev. Kenneth
Alt officiating. Interment will be in the Dora Evangelical Cemetery.
200. Lydia Mae (Stahlman)
Lydia Mae (Stahlman) Walters - 1935
Lydia Mae Walters, who was born in Isabella county and
resided the greater part of her life in the vicinity of Shepherd, died
Tuesday in St. Louis at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elton MILLER
after an illness of 11 weeks. Mrs. Walters, who was 60 years old was
born in Isabella county August 31, 1874 and was married in Findlay,
Ohio, in 1894 to Byron E. Walters.
Besides the daughter named, she is survived by the
following brothers and sisters: John A. Stahlman of Mt. Pleasant;
Orrison U. Stahlman of Kentucky; Isaac Milton Stahlman of Shepherd R. F.
D. And Lulu H. Law of Grand Blanc, Michigan.
Mrs. Walters had been with her daughter in St. Louis
for the last six years. The funeral will be held at the residence in St.
Louis, Friday afternoon and interment will be made in Salt River
cemetery. The Rev. W. S. Phillips of Shepherd will officiate.