In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Loyd J. Frazier on November 9, 2011, her son Gary L. Frazier on May 7, 2015, a brother Robert Ryan and a sister Elyse Daugherty. Continue reading
He is proceeded in death by his brother, Joseph Shannan Wimberly; great paternal grandmother Dorothy Wallace Moak; and great maternal grandparents, Richard Ray and Katie Joe Sasser Moak. Continue reading
Nora Belle (Moncrief) King, 83, of Monaca (Potter Twp.), passed peacefully Monday morning, October 11, 2021, at Heritage Valley Beaver. Born November 5, 1937, she was a daughter of the late Andrew McClelland and Ora Alice (Rogers) Moncrief. A graduate of New Cumberland High School, Nora’s passion was her children, so much so she continued working at Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church’s daycare till the age of 81.
An avid Steelers fan, a good cup of coffee and a puzzle book was how she spent the afternoon. You could always find her playing with the grand and great-grandbabies, as they were her world. Nora loved her family and will be remembered as a selfless wife and mother who always had a smile even when things were tough. She leaves to cherish her memory four daughters, Ora Lynn King-Riley, Ruth Ann (William) Norman, Jennifer (Brian) Lauck and Janelle King and Scott. A special daughter, Misty Brown. Eight grandchildren Ashlee (Kevin) Mason, Brandyn (Olga) Farrow, James Edward Riley, Jordan (Stephanie) Farrow, Marc-Anthony Riley and Victoria Jacobs, Gary and Giovanni Crivelli and Isaiah Leasha, great grandmother of Logan, Reagan, Jacob, Gabe, Mason, Liam, Marc-Anthony and Novalee. Continue reading
Born, February 13, 1939, in Heilwood, PA., she was a daughter of the late Mike and Anna Marie Kislok Gima.
Virginia spent most of her life as a homemaker, raising her children. She was known to be very energetic and full of life and everyone loved her. She enjoyed helping others in need and especially loved riding her John Deer Tractor. Virginia was known for being “Wanda the Witch” at Hozak Farm. She was a member of the Shippingport Senior Citizen group and she volunteered working the clothes closet. Continue reading
Born, October 8, 2002, in Beaver, PA., beloved daughter of, Jamie Bowen and her husband Eric of Hookstown and Scott Searight and his fiancé, Iva Mumaw of Calcutta.
Hannah was preceded in death by her grandmother, Johanna McBride and by her great grandparents, Polly Whitehead, Lawrence and Kitty Searight, Joseph and Kathryn Snyder and Carl and Jean Morris.
Hannah was a graduate of Southside High School Class of 2021. She was currently attending CCBC and working at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Robert Eugene Stiteler (Gene), 85, of Hookstown (Hanover Twp.), died peacefully Thursday evening September 23, 2021, at West Hills Health & Rehabilitation Center; Moon twp., with his wife and family at his side.
Born March 31, 1936, in Smicksburg, Pa, he was a son of the late Laurence Clair and Mary Kathryn (Swartz) Stiteler.
Gene had worked as a carpenter with J&L Steel in Aliquippa before his retirement. He was an avid bowler with the J&L League, receiving many trophies, he initiated the Band Boosters at South Side School and lobbied to get the baseball fields in Hanover Twp. An avid hunter and fisherman, he harvested a 14 point buck in his backyard in 1983, the third biggest in history at the time. He also served as constable for Frankfort Springs for over 20 years, he was an avid Oldsmobile fan, a veteran of WWII having served in the Army National Guard and held a degree in bullshitting.
Becky was very warm hearted to everyone she met. Raised on the family farm, she spent her time caring for her beloved cows, baling hay, and riding her Farmall Tractor. She loved cooking a big supper for her family, making sure no one went hungry. Becky’s love for her children and grandchildren was unparalleled making sure every game, meet, and practice was attended rain or shine. They were the highlights of her day giving them every ounce of her love. Continue reading
Born August 27, 1969, in Washington, Pa., he was a son of David P. Halulko of Georgetown and the late Sarah E. (Wagoner) Halulko, who died June 4, 2020. JD was a member of the Bethel United Methodist Church, a member of the Sons of the American Legion and had worked as an aircraft mechanic with American Airlines for the past two years. He loved his family and working on planes and enjoyed music and classic cars. Continue reading
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