Monthly Archives: September 2016
Dorothy E. Hughes, 90, of Georgetown (Hanover Twp.), died Wednesday afternoon, September 28, 2016, with her family at her side at Hunter’s Personal Care Home, Aliquippa.
Born April 14, 1926, in Georgetown, she was the last surviving child born to the late Charles and Mary (Laughlin) Campbell. She was a retired custodian from the South Side School District and was formerly a member of the South Side Senior Citizens Group. She enjoyed knitting and helping family and friends, always lending a hand. Continue reading
Nancy L. Allison, 79, of Clinton, (Hanover Twp.), died peacefully Wednesday evening, September 21, 2016, at Good Samaritan Hospice with family at her side.
Born July 22, 1937, in Pittsburgh, a daughter of the late John and Helen (McGown) Doerr, she was a homemaker. Nancy enjoyed bingo and crocheting. Continue reading
Gerald D. “Gerry” Ruth, 88, Hookstown (Greene Twp.), beloved husband and father passed away in his home on Wednesday evening, September 14, 2016, following a long illness with heart and lung problems.
He was born in Tuscarawas County, OH, on February 16, 1928, to the late Ernest and Grace (Heston) Ruth. He was an active member of the Southside Senior Citizen’s Group and president of the organization for over 15 years. He was retired from the former Kaufmann’s Department Stores as a master mechanic and garage foreman. He also drove tractor trailer for many years and taught big-rig driving to the “Kaufmann Elite”. Gerry enjoyed fishing, talking trucks and NASCAR. He could drive anything on wheels and loved his recreation day group. Continue reading
Paul R. Glenn, 72, of Clinton (Hanover Twp.), died peacefully Friday, September 9, 2016, under the compassionate care of Good Samaritan Hospice, Beaver.
Born July 5, 1944, in East Liverpool, OH, an only child of the late Charles R. and Ruth Quinn (Sarver) Glenn, Paul had worked as a custodian at Central Valley School. He was Protestant by faith. He enjoyed working in his yard with his canine companion, Buddy, at his side. Continue reading
Born October 4, 1922, in McDonald, she was the daughter of the late Edward Sr. and Clara (Langhurst) Winters. A homemaker, Virginia was a dedicated wife, mother and proud grandmother, known by many as a sweet and kind lady who never had a bad day. She was a longtime and very active member of the Mill Creek United Presbyterian Church, the Women’s Association of her church and the South Side Senior Citizens Group. Continue reading