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
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
Laura P. Jungfleisch, 71, of Georgetown (Greene Twp.), died Tuesday morning, October 23, 2018, while under the compassionate care of the staff at Good Samaritan Hospice, Beaver.
Born May 20, 1947, in Boyd County, Ky., she was a daughter of the late Wert and Grace (Ison) Rigsby. A homemaker, Laura had attended the Parish Family of St. Blaise, Midland.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Charles J. Jungfleisch, on June 12, 2015, and two brothers, Thurman and June Rigsby. Continue reading
Anna Taylor, age 90, of Aliquippa (Independence Township), died Wednesday, October 17, 2018, at Elmcroft of Chippewa.
Born August 18, 1928, in Pittsburgh, the daughter of Peter and Agnes (Blateky) Korzen. A homemaker, Anna was a member of the Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church. She was an avid and very good quilt maker. She, along with her late husband, had also raised peacocks and chinchillas.
She was very family oriented having all her children living close by, so she enjoyed having her grandchildren near her. Continue reading
Born November 29, 1977, he was the son of John F. and Sandra M. Hankey. Doug worked in the fracking industry for some time and his last employment was at Aldi’s. Music and guitars brought Doug many hours of happiness throughout his life. Encouraged by his Uncle Bill, Doug grew cacti and succulents and raised tropical fish. He loved polar bears and his Aunt Pam brightened his day with many of them, throughout his illness. His puppy, Cooper, loved to sleep with him on his bed and keep him company. Doug’s bright smile and keen sense of humor lifted everyone’s spirits around him. His nieces and nephews brought joy and happiness to his life and he loved to hear about their activities. Continue reading
Virginia S. Hyre, 81, of Aliquippa (Raccoon Twp.), died peacefully Thursday evening, October 4, 2018, at Good Samaritan Hospice, Beaver.
Born January 3, 1937, in Pittsburgh, she was the last surviving daughter to the late Ralph L. and Lillian (Akerley) Marcus.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, James Lee Hyre Sr., October 30, 2010; a son, Robert R. Hyre; son-in-law, Robert K. Blume; and two sisters, Christine Carson and Sharon Olson. Continue reading
Born June 30, 1935, in New Cumberland, W.Va., she was a daughter of the late Syres Ellwood and Eva Gertrude (Mikeals) Stewart. Along with being a homemaker, she was employed by the South Side Elementary School working in the maintenance department. She was a member of the Hookstown Free Methodist Church, and enjoyed traveling with her sisters, canning, and her family; she lived for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Continue reading
Cary M. “Cud” Thomas, 83, of Aliquippa (Raccoon Township), died peacefully Sunday afternoon, September 30, 2018, in Good Samaritan Hospice Beaver.
Born March 5, 1935, in Monaca, a son of the late Fred M. and Anna F. (Fetchin) Alleman, Cary had worked as a security guard at St. Joe Lead, Monaca. Continue reading
Born April 25, 1932, in Fayetteville, N.C., a son of the late Artemus and Mary L. (Davis) Manning, he was a retired caster having worked at Hussey Copper. He was a member and deacon of the Christian House Baptist Chapel, Aliquippa.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Trina; two brothers and five sisters. Continue reading
Born September 26, 1932, in Carmichaels, Pa., a son of the late Ira Roberts Sr. and Jessie Roberts, he was a retired steelworker from Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., Aliquippa Works, and a veteran of the National Guard. He was a member of the Mount Olivet Presbyterian Church, where he also served as an elder and former Sunday school teacher. He was a Democratic committee member for many years and a Boy Scout leader for many years. He was part of the road crew and grounds crew moving to supervisor with Hanover Twp., and also a member of the Hanover Twp. Volunteer Fire Department for 25 years. He was a member of the South Side Athletic Association, volunteering for years as a coach and groundskeeper for the baseball team. Continue reading