Monthly Archives: May 2021
Anna Jane Doughty, 85, of Georgetown (Greene TWP.), passed peacefully Wednesday morning, May 26, 2021, in the comfort of her home with family at her side. Born March 13, 1936, in Sewickley, she was a daughter of the late John and Anna (Jones) Baker. A homemaker, she was a member of the Georgetown United Methodist Church. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, James L. Doughty Sr. on April 8, 2017.
With sad and heavy hearts we announce the passing of our beloved mother and companion, Johanna C. McBride, 71, of Hookstown (Greene Twp.). After a good hard fight against ALS, her passing happened Tuesday evening, May 18, 2021, peacefully in the comfort of her home surrounded by the love of family and friends. She fought the fight on her terms and her way.
Born March 26, 1950, in Hershey, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Catherine (Gasper) Snyder, Sr. Johanna had worked as a medical assistant in the health care industry, and most known in the area for being the best hairdresser around. Continue reading
Denzil R. Wilson, 56, of Hookstown passed unexpectedly on Monday afternoon, May 17, 2021, at Heritage Valley Beaver after a months long illness. Born January 13, 1965, in New Brighton, he was a son of the late Clinton and Barbara (Wright) Wilson. He had worked as a body mechanic in the trucking industry and enjoyed tractor pulls and drag racing. He was also a member of the Beaver Valley Antique Equipment Group.
Surviving is his wife Connie L. (Bishop) Wilson, his children Amanda Wilson of Brynmawr, Pa., Dustin and his wife Amber Wilson of Georgetown and Brittany George and her fiancé Mathew Wilkins of Georgetown. Brother of Dianne Wilson and her companion Jim Zimmer of Whipple, OH. Beloved pappy of Avery and Danica Wilson and Paisley Wilkins. Continue reading
James W. Brinkley, 67, of Georgetown (Hanover Twp.) passed Tuesday morning May 11, 2021, at Heritage Valley Beaver. Born March 16, 1954, in Clarksville, W.V., he was a son of the late Walter Wilson and Mabel (Robinson) Brinkley. James had worked as a mill wright in the steel industry before retiring. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother Kenneth Martin Brinkley. Continue reading