Monthly Archives: July 2021
After graduating from West Allegheny High School in 1953, Hazel married Ralph Curtis Fisher later that same year.
Hazel spent most of her life as a homemaker, she was a talented artist who enjoying sketching and occasionally painting. She loved gardening with flowers and vegetables. She loved watching the birds at her feeders. She was employed at various times as a florist in local flower shops. Continue reading
He is survived by his beloved wife of 62 years, Lucy Lynn (Wright) Hubbard, his children Barbara (William) Ross of New Cumberland, Michael (Renee) Hubbard of Georgetown and Lisa (Todd) Moore of Hookstown. Brother of Keith Hubbard of Chester, and Sandra (Bob) Gray of East Liverpool. Continue reading
Chris was a sanitation worker, before being disabled.
A homemaker, Marcia loved her grandchildren, gardening, traveling, sports, car cruises, nickel slots, parties and LIFE! Continue reading
Surviving are her husband John “Jack” Yurcina, her daughter Angela Short of Beaver, and her son and daughter-in-law Jamie and Brandi Yurcina of Hopewell. Her brothers and sisters-in-laws are Jack (Judy) Floyd, Don (Sonia) Floyd, David (Roni Lynn) Floyd and her sisters and brothers-in-laws are Jean (Lee) Stewart, Joann (Harry Lang and Kay (Rob) Seymore. Continue reading
Born October 20, 1940, in Replete, W.V., she was a daughter of the late Cecil J. and Vada P. (Crowe) Gibson. A domestic engineer all her life, she also belonged to the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hanover VFD where she was also a volunteer firefighter and a first responder for Hanover ambulance service. She enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid hunter, she especially enjoyed the time spent with family and friends.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband Bacil R. Brown on November 4, 2018, two brothers Ton and John Gibson and two sisters June McCoy and Opal Beer. Continue reading