Shirley Ann May, 82, of Hookstown (Greene Twp.), died Wednesday afternoon, February 14, 2018, at Heritage Valley Beaver.
Born December 11, 1935, in Eldersville, Pa., a daughter of the late Floyd Leroy and Anna (Fotovich) Riddile, she worked as a waitress at the Pittsburgh Airport for over 20 years. She was a member of Mill Creek Hill Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Hookstown and a member of Life Beaver. Continue reading
Arthur Leroy Hill, 76, of Hookstown (Greene Twp.), died Sunday evening, February 11, 2018, with family at his side at the Brighton Rehab & Wellness Center.
Born October 19, 1941, in Monaca, he was a son of the late Arthur Thomas and Viola (Waxler) Hill. He had worked in the maintenance department of the parking centers at Pittsburgh International Airport. He also had attended a one-room schoolhouse in the Beaver County area. Continue reading
Kurt R. Eaton, 61, of Clinton (Independence Twp.) died unexpectedly on Thursday morning, February 8, 2018, at his Clinton residence.
Born April 3, 1956, in Weirton, W.Va., he was a son of the late Richard L. and Betty (Mercer) Eaton. Kurt was also preceded in death by his brothers, Mark and Dean Eaton, and a sister, Joyce Eaton. Continue reading
Kimberly Lynn Kincaid, 40, of Darlington Twp., died unexpectedly Thursday, February 8, 2018, at her Darlington residence. Continue reading
Franklin Dale Rice, 79, of Hookstown (Hanover Twp.), died suddenly Sunday morning, February 4, 2018, at Alliance Health, Clinton, Okla.
Born August 9, 1938, in Charleston, W.Va., he was a son of the late John and Ruby (Gould) Rice. A carpenter by trade, he was very talented in woodworking and had a passion for gardening. No one ever left his house without a bag filled with something he grew in his garden or something he handmade. Continue reading
Born July 1, 1948, in Sewickley, he was the only child born to the late W. Clayton and Verna (Fike) Conkle. George was a self-employed retired dairy farmer. He had worked for the South Side Garage for over 45 years, driving buses for the South Side School District. He was also a member of the South Side School Board for 21 years, and was a member and past worshipful master of Shippingport Glasgow Lodge No. 485 F&AM. Continue reading
Georges Delourmel, 91, of East Liverpool, Ohio (formerly of Hookstown), died Monday afternoon, January 22, 2018, at the Salem Regional Medical Center.
Born October 24, 1926, in St. Germain Le Vasson, France, he was a son of the late Eugene and Cecil (Carreres) Delourmel. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Madeleine Rolande (Motelay) Delourmel, on January 22, 2000. Also predeceased are two brothers and two sisters. Continue reading
Addyson L. Gallippi, 23 months of Leechburg slept into eternity on Sunday afternoon January 14, 2018 while a patient at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Born February 4, 2016 in Sewickley, she was a beloved daughter of Daniell L. (Gallippi) Fleck. Even thou her life was short, she will live on as she was an organ donor…giving life to other terminally ill children. A private viewing and graveside services were held, with Rev. Wilmer J. Olszewski officiating. She was laid to rest beside her grandmother Annette (Short) Gallippi in Mill Creek Hill Cemetery on January 18, 2018. Arrangements by McConnell Funeral Home, Hookstown, PA.
Born April 20, 1949, in McKees Rocks, a son of the late Robert M. and Mildred (Ross) Boone, he worked as a laborer at First Energy Sammis Plant in Stratton, Ohio. He was involved in his family, they came first and foremost. He was an Eagle Scout and Scout Master for many years for Pack 496. He helped with many youth teams, coaching Hanover Softball teams and baseball teams along with Southside Youth Football teams. He helped his daughters with softball and basketball and his sons and grandsons with baseball, football and wrestling. He always wanted his children to succeed and do their best. His hobbies were farming and family activities. Continue reading
Born August 28, 1939, in St. Marys, Pa., she was the beloved daughter of the late Howard and Anne (Bolitski) McClain. A homemaker, Geraldine was an avid crafter until her illness prevented, and she loved working in her flower garden and spending time with her grandchildren. Continue reading