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Born in Bloomsburg on May 12, she was a daughter of the late Paul L. Deborah attended Bloomsburg area schools. She worked at Bloomsburg Mills for 27 years and later at Wise Foods until her health began to fail. Deborah enjoyed being outside. She liked to color with her granddaughter, as well as cook and bake cupcakes together. She loved her puppies and her kitties, they were her life. She will be greatly missed by her daughters: Rylie Welsh and Sara Cooper; brother: Terry Whitenight and wife Marion, Espy; sister: Tami Johnston and husband Ken, Bloomsburg; several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews; friends and family.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her son, Christopher Whitenight. Memorial contributions are suggested to the funeral home to help defray her final expenses. Born in Nescopeck on April 29, , he was the last living child of the late Sterling R. Ed attended Nescopeck area schools. He served in the United States Army from to After an honorable discharge he worked at Berwick Forge and Fabricating until it closed, then worked at Heinz Dog Food until he retired.

He enjoyed doing puzzle books and watching sports, especially the Phillies and Eagles. He was also an avid Berwick Bulldogs fan. He liked to listen to country music. After retirement he enjoyed traveling with his companion.

He spent summer weekends attending carnivals, and always tried to make it to the Bloomsburg Fair. He will be greatly missed by his companion of 22 years, Beverly A.

Kishbaugh, Berwick; Amber L. Cashman and husband Richard, Berwick; grandchildren: Chloe Cashman and Cooper Klingerman.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife, Colleen N. Horsefield Kishbaugh on August 15, ; two sons, Edward W. Interment will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery. Long , 74, of Berwick passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 2, at his home, after losing his battle with cancer. Born in Bloomsburg on November 25, , he was a son of the late Carl J. He retired from the Schain Building in Berwick. Leo enjoyed hunting, camping and horseback riding. He was an avid Miami Dolphins football fan.

He will be greatly missed by his wife of nearly 54 years, Gail A. Josey, Taylor and Morgan. He is also survived by his sisters: In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Fred Long; brothers: A memorial service and memorial honors will be held at 6: Chaplain Mike Delp will officiate. Family will receive friends from 5: He served honorably in the U.

Navy aboard the aircraft carrier, U. After his discharge from the Navy he was a member of Fire Company No. After his time there, he went on to be a police officer for the borough of Hawthorne for 25 years, retiring in During his time as an officer he was a president of the local PBA for 4 years, he was awarded a silver and gold card by the organization for his work.

Bob was a member of the American Legion Post where he was a commander for 5 years. He marched with Hawthorne Caballeros drum and bugle corps for 10 years and led the front section with the American flag onto the field. He had 5 grandchildren: In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brother, Doug Beattie.

Bob will be remembered for the love he had for his dogs and for his willingness to help out in any way possible with the organizations he was involved with. Fink , 87, of Berwick passed away on Thursday, July 26, at his home. Born at the family home on Warren Street in Berwick on December 5, , he was the last living child of 9 children of the late Earl H. He graduated from Berwick High School.

As a youngster, he helped Andy Rasley in the back room of West Side Park making flyers for Bingo and other events to be held there. Later, he worked at Olmstead Air Force Base. The loves of his life were his wife, family, and his brothers and sisters and their families. He also enjoyed singing.

He loved Karaoke, singing since In his younger days, he liked to roller skate at several local rinks, including Skate Town where he skated until he was 72 years old. In he joined the Berwick Historical Society.

He is survived by his son, Wade Fink and wife Melissa, Nazareth; daughters: In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Diane M.

Ralph, Edward, Earl, and Kenneth; and sisters: Margaret, Elva, Gertrude and Roxanne. A funeral service will be held at 1: Burial will follow in Rose Lawn Cemetery, Berwick. Family will receive friends on Wednesday morning from Kishbaugh Mowery , 81, of Nescopeck Township passed away on Saturday, July 28, at Geisinger Bloomsburg Healthcare where she was a guest for the past 3 years.

Born in Berwick on December 3, , she was a daughter of the late Sterling R. She attended Nescopeck schools. Marlene worked hard to provide a loving home for her husband and children. She liked taking care of her cats. For many years, she husked and tied Indian corn for Briggs Farm. She was preceded in death by her husband Herbert I. She will be greatly missed by her loving children: A graveside service will be held at William Lee Houck , 43, of Berwick passed away on July 12, Born in Berwick on June 18, , he was the son of Graydon R.

Bill was a welder by trade and most recently worked in York, PA. Bill was a talented guitar player. He enjoyed being outdoors, riding motorcycles, mountain biking, cliff jumping, swimming, camping and hiking. He also liked lifting weights and working out at the gym.

In addition to his father, he will be missed by his son, Kristian Houck, Colorado; daughter, Angelica Houck, Colorado; brother, Shawn Houck and wife Laura, Benton; niece, Mya; nephew Coye; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Besides his mother, he was preceded in death by grandparents.

A graveside memorial service will be held at In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to his family to help with his final expenses.

Harvey , 49, of Berwick passed away on Wednesday, July 25, at his home. He attended Berwick High School. Tom was affiliated with Grace Lutheran Church, Berwick. He enjoyed shoveling snow and mowing grass.

Many people knew him from driving his lawn mower around Berwick. He was a hard worker and a very giving person. Besides his father, he was preceded in death by his grandparents and uncles. Green , 55, of Bloomsburg passed away on Monday, July 23, at Geisinger Bloomsburg Hospital, surrounded by family.

Wagner Anderson, Nescopeck and the late Homer K. Ken was raised and educated in Ashtabula before moving to Pennsylvania. Smucker Company until his health began to fail. He was a talented guitar player who had a great sense of humor and made people laugh by changing the lyrics to classic songs. He loved spending time with his family, especially his children and grandchildren.

He will be greatly missed by his wife, Jacqueline D. Geines Green, with whom he shared 28 years; children: He is also survived by his step mother, Kay Green; sisters: Ken Gardner and wife Melissa Gardner.

In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his step mother, Vivian Green; sister, Jamie Sue Anderson; grandparents: Green; and Donald and Ruth Wagner. A viewing will be held from 5: Pat graduated from Crestwood High School in She worked at Gem Pack for 18 years until her health started to fail. She liked to crochet, bake cookies and making food for others.

She will be greatly missed by her loving husband of 40 years, Richard H. Simmons and wife Laura; aunt, Anna Kamionka, Kingston; and numerous cousins. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her brother, Michael Kamionka.

A memorial service will be held at She attended Nescopeck High School and worked for several years as a seamstress. She later earned her certification as a Nurse Assistant. She worked in Delaware as a home health aide and prior to retiring, at Berwick Retirement Village. Bonnie attended Shiloh Bible Church, Almedia. She enjoyed craft building and working on puzzles. She had a passion for sewing and made many items including, clothes and wedding gowns to curtains and tablecloths.

She will be greatly missed by her loving daughters: She also leaves behind her brothers: Kemper and wife Rosemary, Berwick; John W. Kemper and wife Loretta, Berwick; sisters: Fifield and husband David, Berwick; Kathleen J. Diehl and husband Brian, Ashford, AL; and numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, and great-great nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sons: Thomas and Scott M. Thomas; great grandson, Zander; and brothers: Kemper and Lenord J. A Celebration of Life will be held at 6: Linda enjoyed reading, she could often be found with a book, the newspaper or one of her favorite magazines. She also like watching sports, her favorite teams were the New York Mets and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Linda was very family oriented, she loved spending time with them, especially her grandchildren.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son Robert J. Green Jr on Sept. Family will receive friends starting at Market St, Berwick, PA Born in Berwick on October 29, she was a daughter of the late Preston N. Sr and Thelma Keller Fish. She attended North Centre schools. She was a member of the First United Church of Christ. Alma enjoyed singing in the choir and she belonged to the Ladies Aid.

She was very devoted to the elderly and loved to baby sit her grandchildren. Interment will follow at Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the First United Church of Christ. Born in Berwick on May 23, she was a daughter of the late Hurley Sr. Joyce graduated from Berwick High School in She worked at several local businesses including, Consolidated Cigar Factory, and Sutters Hardware until it closed.

Joyce was a former member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. She liked driving, going shopping and out to eat with friends. She enjoyed going on trips to the beach and to the family lake house.

She dearly loved being with her grandsons and was very family oriented. Her family and friends considered her to be a kind, caring, and thoughtful mother, grandmother, and friend. She will be greatly missed by her loving husband of 55 years, Paul J. Christopher attended high school in Carteret, NJ. Christopher liked watching football and was an avid New York Giants fan.

He enjoyed playing chess and playing cards with his family and friends family. Occasionally, he liked to go fishing. In addition to his parents, he will be greatly missed by his brother, Robert Bugasch, Jr. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Luigi and Ann DeLuca. Family will receive friends starting at 5: Mott , 61, of Nescopeck passed away on Saturday, July 7, at her home surrounded by her loving family, after losing her battle with cancer.

Cindy loved spending time with her family, especially her son, nieces and great nieces. Aside from family time, she enjoyed going to beach. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by her husband, Dale Mott in In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to be given to the family to help defray her final expenses.

Born on December 8, , she was a daughter of the late Harold D. She attended school in Florida and Nuremberg, PA. She was also employed at a sewing factory in Nuremburg and at the Berwick Cannery. She was a hard-worker, who did what was necessary to make ends meet. Coramay had a deep faith in God. She attended several different churches, most recently Nuremburg United Methodist Church.

She often said, her grandchildren were her heart. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by brothers: Henry; Raynor; Jerry; and Richard Harker; and sisters: At her request there will be no services. If you knew her, remember her as she was, and follow her lead by doing a good deed for someone in need. If you were going to send flowers, please make memorial contribution to a local charity of your choice instead.

Toth Walck , 86, of Berwick passed away on Tuesday evening, July 3, at home surrounded by her family. She attended school in Chester and Berwick. Bette was an active member of St. She was also a former member of the Berwick Moose Lodge. She was looking forward to the birth of another great grandson in August. She also leaves behind her sisters-in-law, Lorraine Hoffman and Ruth Stein; and several nieces and nephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Burial will follow in St. Family will receive friends at the church starting at A prayer service will begin at They were married in , and after the war ended, they moved to Pennsylvania and settled on the family farm where they raised dairy cattle and other livestock.

Along with her farm work, Carol was a loving wife and mother, raising 3 children and 6 foster children, and gracefully fulfilling the duties of providing a caring home for her family. Carol was a member of St. She was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star.

Carol liked gardening, both vegetables and flowers. She liked feeding the birds. She enjoyed cooking and canning and would often have people call her for recipes and tips. She like catching up with friends and neighbors through phone calls and loved spending time with her family, especially her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment will follow in Pond Hill Cemetery. Memorial contributions are suggested to St.

Marks United Church of Christ. He was raised and educated in Rome and served in the Italian Army from to Rico was a talented painter who sold many of his paintings at exhibits in Italy. Rico enjoyed being outdoors where he found inspiration for most of his paintings. He like fishing and, in his younger years, hunting.

He loved spending time in his garden. He also enjoyed wood carving as a way to express his talents. Rico was a reserved and modest person. In keeping with his wishes, his funeral services will be held privately on Tuesday.

His burial will take place in Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick. Dorothy met Raymond Kemmerer and they married on June 20, They had three children together. She worked hard to provide a loving home for her husband and children. She was a member of St. Dorothy enjoyed cooking and baking. She liked to spend her free time playing cards and games. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband. Interment will follow at Pine Grove Cemetery in Berwick.

She was later adopted by her step-father, Eugene Stout, whom she adored. Becky retired from Berwick Hospital Center where she was a switchboard operator. She had previously worked as a nurse aid in several different hospitals. One of her earliest jobs was at Berwick Shirt, where she met the late Carl Paisley. They were married on May 8, Becky loved children and had three daughters with Carl, who passed away in She was self-sacrificing and spent countless hours chauffeuring the youngest daughter in particular to extracurricular lessons, practices and rehearsals.

Although it was an exhausting period of time driving between Wapwallopen, Nanticoke and Forty Fort, she often recalled that period as the happiest in her life. She was a generous person who enjoyed helping other people. Becky is survived by her daughters and grandchildren: Heather Yakabovic, Wapwallopen, and her children: Becky is also survived by five sisters and three brothers: A viewing will be held at 2 p.

She will be laid to rest in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Nescopeck. He would have turned 63 on Sunday, June 17, his birthday and Father's Day. Dave grew up in Sugarloaf and attended West Hazleton high school graduating in He was a hard-working man who was employed at various companies including: His true passions were hunting, fishing, and being in the outdoors. He loved going to the casino and scratch off lottery tickets.

He was the life of the party sharing stories that would either make you laugh, cry or shake your head in disbelief. He was loved by many and always knew how to "pull your trigger". Rest in peace Dad! You can now breathe and walk freely! My dad was a big man full of fun and laughter, He played jokes on his fellow sportsmen And to him it did not matter.

Education he had not, But what he learned in life's lessons he never forgot. He always had a story to tell, And for this we all will remember him well. Per his final wishes, He wants to be remembered as "Being a pain in the balls with a heart of gold. In lieu of flowers, please make monetary donations to the funeral home in his name to help defray the cost of funeral expenses.

Born on November 3, , he was a son of the late Patricia A. Miller and Eugene J. He was raised and educated in the Philadelphia area, and attended trade school for auto detailing. Joe was employed in general contracting and roofing in Philadelphia for many years.

He enjoyed auto detailing, cooking and Judo in his younger years. He loved his family, especially his children and grandchildren. He was a great big brother, helping to raise 5 siblings.

His caring nature followed through and showed in the way he cared for his special needs stepdaughter, never shying away from any of the responsibility. He will be greatly missed by his loving wife Evelyn J. Davis Holmes, with whom he spent the last 13 years, and married to for the past 5; daughters: He also leaves behind his step dad, John Williams, with whom he had a close relationship; sisters: He was preceded by a brother, Robert Holmes and sister, Rachel Williams. Family will receive friends from 4: A memorial service will be held at 6: Garrison , 66, of Briar Creek passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, June 16, at his home.

After an honorable discharge, he was employed at Berwick Forge and Fabricating. Later, he worked for Carrols Corporation which became Burger King. After 35 years, he left to pursue his job as an independent contractor for Mutual Inspections Bureau. He loved being outdoors, hunting, fishing, trapshooting and boating. He liked traveling and in his younger years spent many hours motorcycle riding.

He enjoyed playing guitar and singing to friends and family. His greatest delight was spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 47 years, Linda M.

Ava Garrison and Cameron Lewis. Burial will take place in Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick, with military honors. Family will receive friends on Wednesday evening from 6: In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to his family to help with his final expenses. Chapin , 98, passed away peacefully on June 11, , under the care of Berwick Retirement Village.

Born on March 22, , he was the fourth of ten children born to the late Fred Sr. He was raised and attended school in Pond Hill and later in Nescopeck. He helped on the family farm and then worked for his Uncle Robert Chapin on his farm. He married her in , and they were married 53 years until her death. He later worked for his cousin John Chapin cleaning and installing oil furnaces and delivering fuel for Chapin Oil Service.

He retired from there in Harold was an insurance agent for the Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Insurance Company and was a sitting board member and Vice -Chairman there until he retired from the position in He was a member of the Odd Fellows. He loved to travel and had visited Florida, Alaska, Panama, Australia, and many other places.

Chapin was preceded in death by his parents and loving wife, as well as 3 sisters: Howard; Fred Jr; and Richard Chapin. He is survived by his six children and their spouses: Marion Rinehimer wife of Harold, rural Nescopeck with whom her father resided for 23 years; Woodrow Chapin and his wife Kate of Oregon; Curt Chapin and his wife Roberta, rural Nescopeck; Dennis Chapin and his wife Linda of Berwick; Beverly Edwards and her husband Don of rural Berwick; Edward Chapin and his wife Toni of rural Nescopeck; 15 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; 3 great-great grandchildren.

A viewing will be held from He will be laid to rest next to his wife at Mt Zion United Church of Christ, Briggsville, where he was a member for many years. Creasy , 27, passed away on Friday, June 8, at Berwick Hospital Center after losing his battle with addiction.

Born in Danville on July 1, , he was a son of John P. Waters Creasy of Berwick and Brenda K. Shultz and Shawn Titus of Shickshinny. He graduated from Central Columbia High School in He had several jobs over the years, but most recently, he worked at North Mountain Modular and Steinruck Family Construction.

He was a very talented musician. The family would like people to remember Jeremy as the man he truly was: In addition to his parents, he will be greatly missed by his sisters and brothers: It takes an entire community to battle addiction.

Get involved; do everything within your power to provide help. Children, there are people who love you with all that they have and no matter what you do, don't be too afraid, too ashamed, too scared, too anything to ask for help. Parents, pay close attention to your children and the world that revolves around them, "even when the surface of the water seems calm, it may be turbulent just beneath.

Born in Berwick on April 7, , he was a son of the late Margaret P. Turner and Richard F. He attended Nescopeck School. He played pool in the American Poolplayers Association and also like to play golf.

He was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and camping. Jeff like watching football and was an avid 49ers fan. He will be greatly missed by his sons: Stout, Jr and Levi A. Stout, both of Berwick; grandsons: Stout and Joseph A. She also looked after many children in the Benton area. Margaret was a former member of Christ the King Church, Benton. She enjoyed crafts and making works of art out of eggshells. She liked to read and do crossword puzzles. Burial will be at the convenience of her family.

Shaffer , 88, of Berwick went home to the Lord on Thursday, May 31, at home, surrounded by family. She was a graduate of Berwick High School, class of Joyce worked for a short time before becoming a wife and mother. She worked hard to provide a loving environment for her family.

She also cleaned house and looked after children for several local families. She enjoyed baking, cooking, canning and painting ceramics. She also like playing cards, especially Pinochle.

In addition to her parents, Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, Bruce S. Interment will follow in Elan Memorial Park, Bloomsburg.

After an honorable discharge, he worked at Bemis in Hazelton, retiring after 30 years. Richard was a member of the American Legion Post in Nuremburg. He was also a former member of the Owls Club. Richard liked working on the family farm. He enjoyed watching sports, especially baseball and was an LA Dodgers fan. He enjoyed socializing and catching up with friends and family even on the phone. In addition to his parents he was preceded by his wife, Judy Hartranft in ; brothers, Edward Hartranft and Ronald Hartranft.

Evans , 39, of Bloomsburg passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, May 29, , at her residence. She was a graduate of Benton High School, class of She previously was employed at Brady Insurance agency in Danville. She previously attended St. She was an amazing friend to all who knew her. She enjoyed socializing with her friends, playing pool, hiking, camping, kayaking, going to the mountains, going to auctions, going to yard sales and flea markets, and going for ice cream.

Bean, and Are You Being Served, but most of all she loved spending time with her son. She was a devoted mother to her son, Caleb. In addition to her son, she is survived by her mother, a half-sister, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends. A celebration of her life will be held from PM on June 30, at St.

Memorial contributions can also be made to the Go Fund Me Page: He was raised and educated in Hunlock Creek. Jim worked at National Select and Berwick Weaving for 38 years. Jim was an outdoorsman who liked to go hunting, fishing and camping. He was an avid WWE wresting fan which he watched faithfully every Monday night. He was a former member of the Elks, Berwick. Interment will follow in Schloyersville Cemetery, Briggsville.

Family will receive friends on Tuesday from She was a graduate of Central Columbia High School. Alisa was last employed as a shift supervisor at CVS Pharmacy. For the past 15 years, she has been a full-time wife and mother who worked hard to provide a loving home for her family.

She enjoyed sewing and flower gardening. When she was not spending time with her children or her cherished granddaughter, Alisa could often be found reading. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, John Asbury. The family will receive friends from Kleckner , 80, of Weston passed away on Friday, May 25, at Geisinger Medical Center, with her family by her side. She attended school in Philadelphia and her first job was at Book Binders in Philadelphia.

Prior to retirement, she was employed in the housekeeping department at Comfort Inn, West Hazleton. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church, Conyngham.

She belonged to the quilting club in Nuremburg, and enjoyed crocheting, baking for family, and making candy. Janice had a vast cardinal collection. Thomas Trammell, Sr, W. Bruce Trammell and Thomas Trammell, Jr; adored great grandchildren: In addition to her parents, she was preceded by her husband, William T Kleckner; 3 brothers, and 3 sisters.

Interment will follow in Nuremburg Cemetery. Family will receive friends on Wednesday May 30th from 6: Joyce was raised in Catawissa where she graduated from high school. Joyce was an awesome cook and prepared many dishes for her church dinners. In her spare time, she liked adult coloring, working on puzzles and reading. She is survived by many cousins. She wanted to thank her cousin Kate for all she has done for her since her mother passed.

She had a special friend Nancy who helped her and came to visit her at Sunset Ridge; and Becky who did her hair. A special thanks is also extended to the staff of Sunset Ridge and Commonwealth Berwick Hospice for all the loving care they provided.

Born in Berwick on January 25, , she was the daughter of the late Barbara P. She worked as a nurse at Berwick Hospital and Bloomsburg Hospital. JoEllen was a catholic, who most recently attended St. Joseph Catholic Church, Berwick. She enjoyed crafting and made all her gifts by hand. She raised them from puppies, until they passed away from old age. In addition to her mother, she was preceded in death by her grandparents, Leroy and Sarah Shaffer.

All services will be private. Interment will take place in Rose Lawn Cemetery. Burt , 92, of Bloomsburg passed away on Sunday, May 20, at Grandview Nursing and Rehab, with her family at her side. She was raised and educated in California. After marrying Luther E. Prior to retiring, Ruby worked for Weis Markets, Bloomsburg.

Ruby was a Christian with a deep faith in the Lord. She spent many hours reading her Bible. She also like planting flowers, both indoors and outside. She could often be found sitting on her porch watching cars and people pass by, or just enjoying the weather. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Luther in ; and her son, Jim Burt. She will be greatly missed by her daughter, Janine M. Private interment will take place in Scott Cemetery, Huntington Mills.

He was educated in Nescopeck Township. In , he started working for Penn Power and Light as a machine operator. He was employed there until his retirement, working his way up to supervisor in the mechanical department. In , he married Suzanne Hileman Forsythe. He was an Irem Shriner in Dallas. He was also a member of the NRA and enjoyed hunting.

John was a car enthusiast who collected and worked on cars. He was a mechanic and enjoyed working with his hands. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his loving wife of 65 years, Suzanne on November 14, ; a brother, Warren E Forsythe; and nephews, Dale Forsythe and Eugene Forsythe, who both passed as a result of the Viet Nam War.

He also leaves behind a sister, Loueen Carter and husband Howard, Nescopeck Twp; nieces; nephews; and friends, including Vaughn Bower, who helped John and Suzanne in many ways throughout the years. The family would also like to acknowledge his former daughter-in-law, Cindy Forsythe for her love and support over the years; and the nursing staff at Berwick Retirement Village II for the care they provided during his illness. Memorial contributions are suggested to: Bonnie Casey , 84, of Bloomsburg, died May 11th, She graduated from Bloomsburg High School in She was employed as a telephone operator for Bell Telephone Co.

Then until she worked in the office at Central Columbia High School. A marital span of over 58 years was severed when Richard died suddenly on March 8th, Preceding her in death were her brother Rod Follmer June 22nd, and brother-in-law Robert Casey August 15th, A Funeral Service will be held at 2: She will be laid to rest in the Creveling Cemetery, Almedia.

In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the St. The family will receive friends from 4: Larry Rea Thompson Sr. After retiring from the field of nuclear power, Larry spent many, many years compiling the family genealogy. His efforts can be seen at TwoThompsonGenealogies. He will be missed in the field for his superb efforts, especially for his work in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Long , 69 of Bloomsburg went to her eternal home to be with her Lord on Monday, May 7, surrounded by her family and friends. She retired from RR Donnelley when she was 62 due to a declining health. Barbara was a member of St. She was a lover of all animals and enjoyed nature, gardening, reading and reminiscing about the old times. She will be greatly missed by her siblings: Many nieces and nephews; great nieces and nephews who were a great source of joy in her life.

She is also survived by step children Vicki Long and Randy Long. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Harry C. Long in ; brother Bruce Serafin in ; and a step daughter Gayann Long. Interment will follow at Elan Memorial Park, Bloomsburg. In lieu of flowers, contributions are in her memory can be made to St.

Luke Lutheran Church, 9 St. He was raised and educated in Atlantic City. He worked in New Jersey prior to moving to the area. Here he was employed at Multi Plastics Extrusions, Hazleton. Jon enjoyed reading, bike riding, playing pool and sports. His favorite team was the Pittsburg Steelers.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by brothers, Ronald White and Winfield White, Jr. A funeral service will be held at 2: Interment will take place in Rose Lawn Cemetery, Berwick.

Friends may call on Saturday from 1: Born in Bloomsburg on May 24, , he was the son of the late Llewellyn E. He graduated from Columbia Montour Vo-Tech where he studied metal fabrication. He most recently worked at Crispin Valve in Berwick. In his younger days Stephen liked to go hunting and fishing with his brothers. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 14 years, Margaret A.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a son, Stephen Adams, Jr. A celebration of life will be held at the convenience of the family. Born on June 13, in Berwick she was the daughter of Jerry L. Clark of Berwick, and JoAnn M.

Lucas Gomez and husband Enrique of Nescopeck. She attended Berwick area schools. Tiffany lived and worked in Florida for 12 years, then moved back to Pennsylvania in She enjoyed spending time with her family and loved her dogs. A celebration of life will be held at 4: He worked at a restaurant in New Jersey before moving to the Berwick area. Most recently he was employed at Dunkin Donuts. Joe liked Pokemon, the Ninja Turtles and watching anime movies, especially with his sons.

He loved spending time with his family and friends. The family will receive friends from 5: In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to be given to the family or funeral home to help defray his final expenses. Kibler , 92, of Bloomsburg passed away Tuesday, May 1, at Geisinger Bloomsburg Health Care Center, where she had been a resident for the past six years.

Betty attended Berwick High School. Betty loved to play the piano. She enjoyed embroidery and liked to do puzzle books. She was also a talented artist. She will be greatly missed by her son, Frederick DeFrain, Jr. She also leaves behind her brother, William Fowler and wife Ruth, Berwick; and many nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Cpl. Kibler, Sr on March 15, ; son, David A. DeFrain; daughter, Louise A. Fowler, and Andrew N. Interment will take place in Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick.

Carey Anne Torres , 45, of Berwick passed away unexpectedly on Thursday evening, April 26, at her home. Born in Berwick on August 1, , she was the daughter of Marguerita L.

Torres Nimlo and her late husband John. Over the years, she worked for several local companies, including Wise Potatoes. Carey liked gardening and tending her house plants. She loved decorating for the holidays, Halloween was her favorite.

She loved watching sports, especially anything her children participated in, and she was an avid Yankees and 49ers fan. In addition to her mother, she will be greatly missed by her children: She also leaves behind her companion, Richard Source Sr; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Besides her father and stepfather, she was preceded in death by her daughter, Britney Tongel in A private funeral service will be held on Thursday. He was a graduate of Nescopeck High School, where he was an all-star player on the basketball team, scoring over points in his HS career. After graduation, he joined the US Navy where he served until Neal was employed at Bemis in Hazleton for over 38 years before retiring.

He liked watching basketball and was an avid fan of the Boston Celtics. A graveside service will follow in Mifflinville Cemetery. Jim was a member of St. Jim enjoyed fishing, playing poker, talking trips with the love of his life and was an avid Notre Dame fan.

He is also preceded by a son, Joseph, in ; and sister, Gloria Cominsky. He was wonderful Dad to his children: The funeral service will be at In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to St. He attended Millville area schools. Walter served in the United States Army from to He was a proud veteran who served on the front-lines of the Korean War for 3 years.

After an honorable discharge he worked at Magee carpet for many years and retired from Bloomsburg University where he was employed as a custodian. He was a member of Canby Lutheran Church, Bloomsburg. This course was very instructive of absolutely everything w2e needed to know. This is the first time I have taken this class. I am not ashamed to say that I learned from this class. Informative and interesting, friendly and funny, kept me interested the entire class.

You can teach an old dog new tricks allowed smoke breaks — big plus Thanks Wendy! Wendy expertly provided all pertinent and relative roles laws and practices in a fun entertaining way! Atmosphere was very relaxed and the information was easily understood. All questions were taken seriously and answered completely.

This course was very instructive of absolutely everything we needed to know. The experience of the presenter was extremely appreciated as it encouraged real life examples to bring life to the material. This was a great value. This was an excellent refresher course for all of us in the business. Thought I knew quite a bit but this was a great class. I recommend this class to all dealers Wendy was Awesome! Learned more than I thought I would. More stressed now but it will all be fine.

Thank you, the class was very informative and great. Informative organized in an easy manor to understand.

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