Cynthia Leigh Work, 35, of Hookstown (Greene Twp.), died Sunday evening, February 12, 2017, in the emergency room of Heritage Valley Beaver.
Born February 10, 1982, in Beaver, she was a daughter of the late Richard Work Sr. and Kathryn (Murin) Work. Continue reading
David D. “Buck” Malcomb, 78, of Hookstown, died Wednesday morning, February 1, 2017, in Heritage Valley Beaver.
Born November 25, 1938, in Hettie, W.Va., he was the last surviving child born to the late Darius Clark and Lona Zella (Ware) Malcomb. He was a retired steelworker having worked at Crucible Steel. Continue reading
Born March 6, 1922, in Moon Twp., she was a daughter of the late Alvie Earl and Sara Ella (Doyle) Rambo. A homemaker, she was a loving mother and grandmother known to many as simply “Nana.” She attended the Hookstown Free Methodist Church and was a longtime member of the South Side Senior Citizens group.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence E. Hineman, in 1998; brothers, Lester, Francis, Chester and Earl Rambo, and sisters, Louise White and Hazel Ruble. Continue reading
Joyce A. Stewart, 75, formerly of Shippingport, died peacefully Friday morning, December 23, 2016.
Born October 24, 1941, in Shippingport, a daughter of the late David E. and Helen G. (Johnson) Green, Joyce had worked for Shippingport Boro for a number of years as their clerk. She was a graduate of South Side High School and the Ohio Valley Business School. A lifelong member of the Green Valley United Methodist Church, Joyce loved spending time with her family, especially her grandsons who were her pride and joy. Continue reading
Born December 14, 1946, in East Liverpool, Ohio, he was a son of the late Homer Clyde and Doris Lee (Cunningham) Matchett. Most recently, William had worked as a coal miner. He was an Air Force veteran having served four years in Vietnam and was a member of the Chester American Legion and VFW. Continue reading
Barbara M. Tate, 89, of Monaca (Center Twp.), died unexpectedly Sunday morning, December 4, 2016, at Heritage Valley Beaver.
Born May 18, 1927, in Rochester, she was a daughter of the late Earl and Jeannette (McIntyre) Irons. A homemaker, Barb enjoyed crocheting, spending time with her family and was formerly employed at the Phoenix Glass Company, Monaca, and Hills Department Store, Aliquippa. Continue reading
Daniel T. Lenau, of Hookstown (Greene Twp.), died Sunday morning, November 20, 2016, in the comfort of his home with his wife at his side.
Born October 23, 1948, in St. Louis, Mo., a son of the late Edgar J. and Ruth Otto (Yung) Lenau, Daniel had worked as a project manager at Matthews International. He had received an associate degree in mechanical engineering, and was a member of the Elks and A.O.P.A. Continue reading
William B. Gordon died Thursday, November 3, 2016.
Born October 8, 1931, in Rochester, Pa., the son of the late Charles Hampton and Lilian (Issac) Gordon. He was preceded in death, in addition to his parents, by brothers, Donald and Conway.
He was the Director of Fire and Safety at The Medical Center, Beaver, retiring in 1992 and was the long time Fire Chief of the Brighton Twp. Vol. Fire Department serving from 1965 until he “retired” in 1992. He was a veteran of the PA National Guard and the U.S. Army. Continue reading
Gloria E. Rardin, 75, of Clinton (Hanover Twp.), died in the comfort of her home on Monday morning, October 10, 2016, with her husband and sons at her side.
Born June 2, 1941, in Pittsburgh, she was the only child born to the late Earl James and Margaret Mary (Roman) Coulter. A homemaker, Gloria enjoyed being a part of the Red Hat Ladies Group and was formerly employed for numerous years with the Scio China Company. She was also a former Cub Scout Master for Hanover Twp., and was also a former teacher’s aide with South Side School District. Continue reading
Sarah V. Law, 75, of Aliquippa (Independence Twp.), went home to be with the Lord on Friday morning, October 7, 2016, from the comfort of her home.
Born November 30, 1940, in Monaca, she was the daughter of the late Roy and Ida (Tice) McKelvey. Sarah was a Presbyterian by faith and attended the Mount Olivet Presbyterian Church when able. She had worked at the Ellwood City Knitting Mill, was a deputy constable in Pa., and a school bus driver for Beaver County. Continue reading