Monthly Archives: November 2018
Helen Ann Yoho – Raccoon Township
Helen Ann Yoho, 63, of Raccoon Twp., passed away unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon, November 20, 2018, at UPMC Presbyterian.
Born June 8, 1955, in Sewickley, to the late Virgil and Rose Ellen (Dequasie) Russell, Helen enjoyed collecting Fiestaware, camping, card club, helping others. Spending time with her family and friends, she also had a love for crocheting blankets for her friends and family. She was an awesome cook and made the best cookies. She was a loving mother, wife, sister, grandmal, and friend. Continue reading
Barbara (McLaughlin) Parker – Port Charlotte, Florida
Barbara Etta Parker, 56, passed peacefully in her sleep on November 19, 2018. She was being treated at UPMC Mercy in Pittsburgh after a series of strokes.
Barbara “Barbie” was born July 26, 1962, in East Liverpool, Ohio, to Carol (Louk) McLaughlin, Georgetown and the late Wesley McLaughlin.
Barbie divided much of her time between enjoying novels and crocheting for family, friends and craft seekers alike. Barbie also enjoyed baking cookies, especially with the help of her grandson, Russell, during his visits. Continue reading
Bacil R. Brown – Hookstown (Hanover Twp.)
Bacil R. Brown, 81, of Hookstown (Hanover Twp.), died unexpectedly on Sunday afternoon, November 4, 2018, in his Hookstown home.
Born January 28, 1937, in Wheeler, W.Va., he was a son of the late Harry W. and Retha (Collins) Brown. He was a retired steelworker, a lifetime member of the South Side Sportsman’s Club, a member of the Hanover Twp. VFD since 1975. Bacil loved the great outdoors and was an avid hunter. Continue reading
David W. (Butter) Wilson – Chester, West Virginia
David W. (Butter) Wilson, age 48 of Chester, W. Va. died unexpectedly Saturday evening, November 3, 2018, at his Chester home.
Born August 7, 1970, in Rochester, he was the son of the late Clinton and Barbara (Wright) Wilson.
He worked in the steel industry as a steel fabricator. He was a member of the Sons of the Legion Post #121 of Chester, the Beaver Valley Antique Association, Community Benefit Committee and the Tri State Pullers. Continue reading