Monthly Archives: July 2014

Marie Boyd – HOOKSTOWN (HANOVER TWP.)

Marie Boyd, 99, of Hookstown (Hanover Twp.), died Wednesday afternoon, July 30, 2014, at Friendship Ridge, Brighton Twp.

Born November 5, 1914, in Hookstown, she was the last surviving child born to the late John and Ethel (Nichol) Glenn.   A homemaker, she was an avid farmer milking cows until she was 83 years old and loved gardening and mowing her grass until she was 97 years old. She loved baking her sugar cookies for Halloween treats and enjoyed her great-grandchildren. Continue reading

William J. Way – CLINTON (HANOVER TWP.)

William J. Way, 22, of Clinton (Hanover Twp.), died accidentally Wednesday evening, July 23, 2014.

Born January 20, 1992, in Weirton, WV, he was the beloved son of Rebecca (Uranker) and her husband Rodney Schultz, and the late William R. Way. He had worked as a handyman in the maintenance profession and enjoyed hunting, fishing, shooting pool and the art of tattoos. Continue reading

Ruth Virginia (Doudna) Hall – GEORGETOWN

Ruth Virginia (Doudna) Hall, 95, a long time resident of Georgetown, went to be with her Lord from the comfort of her home surrounded by family on Friday morning, July 4, 2014. She had lived with her daughter, Joy, for the last eight years of her life. 

Born September 13, 1918, in Barnesville, Ohio, she was the last of six children born to the late Dillwyn and Edith (Carter) Doudna.  A homemaker, Mrs. Hall was a member of the Imperial Church of the Nazarene where her late husband, the Rev. Herbert W. Hall, was the pastor for 24 years.  Ruth loved worshipping her Lord, feeding and watching the birds and gardening. Continue reading

Margaret M. Scheboth – HOOKSTOWN (GREENE TWP.)

Margaret M. Scheboth, 54, of Hookstown (Greene Twp.), died unexpectedly Saturday, June 28, 2014, while in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Born May 17, 1960, in Pittsburgh, she one of three daughters born to the late John and Norma Fae (Alexander) Tellman. Margaret had worked as a hospice care assistant, most recently at McGuire Home and AVS. She attended Catholic churches and most of her time was spent helping people. Continue reading