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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - October 25, 2013, Bedford, Pennsylvania Obituaries Ada m. Barnes state College Ada m. Barnes 84, of state College died oct. 14, 2013, at the fairways at Brookline. She was bom april 30, 1929, in new Enterprise the daughter of Mearl and Lillian Koontz King. She married Sherman d. Barnes on aug. 9, 1946, and he died in dec 12, 1971. She was a member of the German seventh Day Baptist Church. She is survived by one son Terry a. Barnes and wife Diane of port Matilda one brother Richard King of York and two grandchildren Jeffery and Ixia Barnes. She is preceded in death by two Sisters Florence Shaffer and Jean Boyd and two Brothers Arthur King and Donald King. She was employed As a Secretary and sales rep. For Dibert Mobile Homes and retired from Penn state Mobile Homes after 40 years of service. She enjoyed Bowling sewing crocheting and travelling. She served eight years at the Patton township planning commission to years with the sign review Board at Patton township and four years at the Parks and recreation Board. A memorial service will be held Friday oct. 25, 2013, at the s. Gerald Weaver funeral Home at la . Interment will be in the Bedford memorial Park Bedford. Arrangements by the s. Gerald Weaver funeral Home Woodbury Lois j. Foor Redford Ivonis j foor 84, of colonial courtyard at Bedford a lifelong resident of Breezewood was called Home to be with the lord on sunday oct. 13, 2013. She was born wednesday nov. 7, 1928, at her family Home in East Providence township a daughter of the late William Earl Ritchey and Pearl m Wilkins Ritchey. On june 6. 1947, in Winchester va., she married Ronald i foor who passed away on monday oct. 17, 2005. She is survived by their children Deborah Didier and husband Daniel Didier of Placerville. Calif. Alexis Howard and husband Preston Howard of Las vegas Nev. Ronda steel and husband Gary steel of Everett Cody foor and wife Leslie Zimmerman foor of Buford a. Six grandchildren Courtney Norris and husband Alex Burnett of san Francisco Calif. Jessica Shackley and husband Tom Shackley of Bedford Taylor Howard of Las vegas Nev Logan Howard of Lancaster Magnus foor at Home and Lucius foor at Home five great grandchildren August Vaughan Leah. Eva and Evan a son in Law Kermit m Norris of Lancaster. He was preceded in passing away by a grandson Jason steel. Mrs foor was a lifelong member of the Breezewood United methodist Church and a graduate of Everett High school class of 1946. After her marriage to Ron. She was a homemaker who enjoyed caring for their Home and raising her family. She was a talented Gardener who grew Beautiful Flowers in Flower Beds around her Home and was gifted with quilting and Cross stitch ing making Many Beautiful gifts for her family and friends. Being quite adventurous Lois also enjoyed spending time travelling with her husband even on his Hunting trips and was a Loving and compassionate wife Mother grandmother and Friend who will be remembered for her Loving smile and kind and caring ways. A memorial service will be held Friday oct. 18, 2013, in the Chapel at Dalla Valle funeral service main Street Everett with pastor Jon Morningstar officiating. Friends May Call at the funeral Home on thursday from 6 to 8 ., on Friday from to . Until the hour of service and share memories online at . Burial will be held at Everett cemetery. Of friends so desire memorial contributions May be made in memory of Lois to Crane hospice 106 Zee Plaza North Juniata Street Hollidaysburg a 16648. 30, Dorothy Louise quirk Clearwater Fla. Dorothy Louise quirk 67, of Clearwater Fla., died sept 2013, at Largo medical Hospital Largo Fla. She was born june 30, 1946, in Bedford a daughter of the late John w. And Mary b. Berkheimer Snell. Dorothy was married to the late Paul quirk. She is survived by her sister Mary Appel along with the following family a daughter Yvette two grandchildren and four nieces. She loved doing crafts and enjoyed writing poetry. She had a childhood Friend Jane Allen of Bedford who came to see her often. Also Shannon a great Niece who came to see Dorothy when in town and brought her Many things. Christine and Jack took care of Dorothy when she stayed with them for awhile. She was cremated and her ashes were scattered Over Homosassa Springs in Florida where she and her late husband were married. News briefs fraudulent phone Calls claiming to be a medicare representative have been reported in Bedford county. An Everett resident reported that her parents were called monday by an unknown number and asked for personal information. The caller who claimed to work for medicare asked for their social Security numbers. After receiving the phone Call the resident called medicare who reported that they done task for personal information Over the phone. Personal information such As a social Security number should not be Given Over the phone. A woman was killed in traffic Accident Friday afternoon. According to state police Marsha Dawn Ryan 43, Clearville lost control of her Sun while travelling southbound on route 326 in Southampton township about 3 35 Friday. The vehicle travelled off the Roadway and struck a tree with the Drivers Side. Police said she sustained serious injuries and died As a result. The investigation continues. The Bedford county commissioners proclaimed october As Domestic violence awareness month. In their proclamation adopted this month the commissioners noted that 13,066 adults and children in Bedford county have received Domestic violence services through your Safe Haven since july 1996. The proclamation noted that in Pennsylvania every three Days a woman or child Dies As a result of Domestic violence. The commissioners urged a fall citizens to actively participate in stopping Domestic violence in their Community by working with your Safe Haven inc. And the Pennsylvania coalition against Domestic violence to eliminate personal and institutional violence against a pumpkins in the Park will be held sunday afternoon at Tinley Park in Everett. The event starts at i And everyone is Welcome to a come and enjoy your Community Park in its fall glory. Pumpkins will be available to decorate and take Home Apple butter will be made on site weather permitting cider and snacks will be available. Hamilton a. A Ham Bradwell Bedford Hamilton a. A a Ham Bradwell 89, of South Juliana Street Bedford died Friday sept. 20, 2013, at Dona Hoe Manor. He was bom aug. 26, 1924, in Pittsburgh a son of of the late Thomas s. And Henrietta Dundas Bradwell. On july 3, 1947, in Pittsburgh he married Maryanne a a Mickey Jones Bradwell who survives along with a son Michael Bradwell and wife Elizabeth of Washington and a daughter Lisa wife of Robert Cox of Slatington a granddaughter Hadley wife of Michael Sheley of Seattle Wash. Six step grandchildren or. Stephen Bader and wife Amy of it. Lebanon Victoria wife of Joseph Baker of Washington Allison wife of Gregory Kittridge of Philadelphia Phillip Bader and wife Rachel of Washington Elizabeth Cox of Bethlehem and John Cox of Philadelphia eight step great grandchildren Samuel Lucy Margaret and Frederick Bader Dane and finn Baker Annabella Kittridge and Emma Cox a Niece and several nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother Thomas s. Bradwell Iii or. Bradwell attended Carnegie schools and was a 1950 graduate of business training College of Pittsburgh predecessor to Point Park University. He was a Veteran of world War ii serving As a mortar crewman with the . Army a 36th infantry division in North Africa Italy France and Germany. He enjoyed playing Golf with his regular foursome and in the tuesday night menus league at Bedford elks in it de no. 1707, where he was a life member. He also enjoyed annual Golf trips to Myrtle Beach and deep sea fishing in the Bahamas. In 1988, he retired As a medical products sales representative from Wyeth pharmaceuticals Pfizer after 27 years of service. A devoted husband and father he was a member of Bedford presbyterian Church. A memorial service will be held on saturday oct. 19, at la . In the Chapel at Timothy a. Berkebile funeral Home with Thalia Fleetwood officiating. Full military rites conducted by the fort Bedford Honor guard. The online Guestbook is available at Danny r. Claycomb Claysburg Danny r Claycomb 70, of Claysburg passed away Friday oct. 4, 2013, at Home. He was bom oct. To 1942, in King a son of the late Sherley r. And late Kathryn Cole Baugh Claycomb. He married Janet l. Hengst May 6, 1963, in Claysburg Ile is survived by his wife a son Adam and wife Melissa of Imler a granddaughter. Carli Paige brother Hal and wife Aleta of Claysburg and nephews Steven Claycomb Donnie and Danny Hengst and Nathan and Alex Claar. He was preceded in death by a Nephew Doug Claycomb. Danny was a 1960 graduate of Greenfield Kimmel High school and a 1962 graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of aeronautics. He retired As the manager of Penn air at Martinsburg. He was an army Veteran serving in Vietnam. He enjoyed Hunting fishing horses and was one of the founders and a coach of the Claysburg midget football. He also was a coach for Little bulldog wrestling and an advisor for lower Claar Church of the Brethren youth group. Friends will be received saturday oct. 19, from 12 to 2 At the lower Claar Church of the Brethren where a memorial service will be held at 2 With pastor Steven Durr officiating. In lieu of Flowers memorials May be Given to Claysburg midget football program Little bulldog wrestling program or Claysburg Public Library. Arrangements by Leslie Miller funeral Home Claysburg. Raymond l. A pickles Ramsey or. Defiance Raymond l. A a pickles Ramsey jr., 81, of Defiance passed away at his Home surrounded by loved ones on oct. 15, 2013. Raymond was born in six mile run on sept. 20, 1932, a son of the late Agnes Melius Ramsey and Raymond l. Ramsey or. On sept. 21, 1968, in West Virginia he was United in marriage to Donna j. Cornelius Ramsey. Mrs. Ramsey survives at Home. Along with his wife Raymond is survived by two daughters Pamela Grimes of Defiance and Melinda Brown of Broad top and a son David Scitticatt of Jacksonville Fla. A sister Doris Stone of Florida and two Brothers Charles Ramsey of Bailey . And Robert Ramsey of Imler. He is also survived by to grandchildren 12 great grandchildren an Uncle Dick Fisher of Robertsdale and aunt Martha Knepper of Hustontown. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter Deborah Dawn and a sister Sonja Perrin. He last worked As a truck Driver for Selco and had also previously worked As a coalmine. During his life he enjoyed Hunting fishing Riding his four Wheeler and tractors and working on cars. He was considered a a Jack of All friends Are invited to Call on Friday 6 to 8 And again on saturday i to 2 At Curtis a. Heath funeral Home inc., Broad top City. Funeral services will be held at the Curtis a. Heath funeral Home inc., Broad top City at 2 On saturday oct. 19, with pastor Tim Mcintyre officiating. Interment will be held at Duvall a cemetery six mile run. In lieu of Flowers memorial contributions May be made to Curtis a. Heath funeral Home inc. To. Box 214 Broad top City a 16621 to assist family with final expenses. Arrangements Are under the direction of the Curtis a. Heath funeral Home inc., 5010 Railroad ave., Broad top City a. 16621. Online condolences can a made at . Craft and bake Sale will be hosted by Angels among us a Community service organization at Northern Bedford county High school from 9 . To i Nov. 16. Vendors Are needed. Spaces Are free. For More information Contact or Call 766-2221, ext. 4118. There will be an Early visit by Santa and people Are invited to photograph their children with Santa from to . To noon. Imler fire Hall has two upcoming fundraisers. A family style Ham and Turkey supper will be served nov. 2, beginning at 4 The Cost will be $11 for eat in $12 for take out $5 for children Ages 4 to 12 and free for children Ages 3 and younger. A Craft show is planned for 9 . To 3 Nov. 16. Table rental is $10. Call 276-3950 to rent space. Annual pork dinner will be served by the Bedford rotary club from 5 to 7 Nov. 4 at the Bedford High school cafeteria. The menu will include pork sauerkraut mashed potatoes applesauce Roll butter beverage and dessert. Cost will be $8 for adults and $5 for children Ages 12 and younger. Eat in and take out services will be available. All proceeds will be used for local Community projects. Andrew d. Leppert Manns Choice or. Andrew d. Leppert 24, of South Mill St., Manns Choice died tuesday oct. 15, 2013, at West Penn Hospital Pittsburgh. Or. Leppert was born in Bedford on wednesday March i 1989. He was the son of Susanne m. Beard Leppert of Manns Choice and the late Zane t. Leppert. In addition to his Mother he is survived by son Billy Ickes of Fishertown sister Margaret Leppert of Bedford special Niece katrina Leppert paternal grandparents Don and Beverly Leppert of Osterburg maternal grandmother Shirley Beard of Manns Choice. In addition to his father he was preceded in death by his maternal Grandfather Samuel Beard. Andy was a big Boston red sox fan. A funeral service will be held at Mickle Geisel funeral Home Schellsburg at la . On Friday oct. 18, with pastor Jeff Bassett officiating. Interment will be held at Fishertown cemetery. Friends Are invited to Call on thursday from 2 to 4 And 7 to 9 At the funeral Home in Schellsburg. Online condolences May be expressed at . Gilbert Jay Bakerjr. Freedom Gilbert Jay Baker jr., 77, passed away peacefully on wednesday oct. 9, 2013, at Good Samaritan hospice at heritage Valley Beaver. Bom dec. 4, 1935, in i it Lewistown he was the son of the late Gilbert or. And Helen Schaeffer Baker. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a sister Kathryn Nicodemus. He is survived by his wife Norma of 36 years two daughters Amy Peter Gerovac Center township and Michelle Mark Hendricks of Beaver three grandchildren Matthew and Lukas Gerovac of Center township and Emma Hendricks of Beaver a brother Harry Karen Baker of Rochester township two Brothers in Law Steven St. Clair of Ellwood City and Eugene St. Clair of Center township and a sister in Law Edith John Humberston of Conway. He is also survived by Nephew Jeffrey Nicodemus of York and several additional nephews and nieces. He was a member of Rehoboth evangelical lutheran Church and was a retired structural craftsman for the american Bridge division of . Steel corp. He was an avid Fisherman and Hunter. Gil was a member of Rochester Lodge no. 229 of f. Amp a. Masons he was a former member of Everett Jodge no. 524. Friends were received sunday oct. 13, at the John Syka funeral Home inc., Ambridge and burial services were held monday oct. 14, at Rehoboth evangelical lutheran Church 2800 Conway Wal Rose Road Baden a. 15005. Burial followed in Rehoboth cemetery. Donations May be made to the Rehoboth evangelical lutheran Church memorial fund. Glenda r. Riley Everett Glenda r. Layton Riley 57, of Everett was called Home to be with the Inird on monday oct. 14, 2013. She was born Friday sept. 14, 1956, at Nason Hospital in roaring Spring a daughter of the late Ivan i. Layton and Amy Corrie Layton and of her Foster parents the late Ralph Bowser and Amy Bloom. She is survived by her daughter Marlena Riley and granddaughter Candy of Bedford her Fiance Jack Tate of Everett two Sisters Sandra Wilson of Huntington and Dorothy Vandyke of Drifting a brother Gary Julian of Robertsdale her former husband Paul Riley of Bedford and Many More Loving and caring Sisters Brothers Foster Sisters and Brothers aunts uncles cousins and their families. Glenda was a graduate of Chestnut Ridge High school class of 1975, and was a kind and caring person who always put the needs of others first. Having never met a stranger it was a Delight to spend time with her especially As she cheered on her favorite football team the Pittsburgh Steeles played Bingo Skippo and spent time with her pet dog Bear. A memorial service will be held sunday oct. 27, at 2 At the Everett fire company fire Hall with a time for sharing memories and a meal after the service. Friends May Call at the fire Hall on sunday from i Until the hour of service and share memories online at . If friends so desire memorial contributions May be made in memory of Glenda to the funeral Home. Arrangements by Dalla Valle funeral service to. Box 179, Everett a. 15537. Beverly a. Cummings new Paris mrs. Beverly a. Cummings 66, of Poplar Avenue new Paris died Friday oct. 18, 2013, at a pm Bedford memorial Hospital. Mrs. Cummings was born in Pittsburgh on thursday Jan. 30, 1947, the daughter of the late Joseph Hartz and Dolores Hartz Brown. On nov. I 1986, she married Willard Keith Cummings. In addition to her husband she is survived by daughter Kimberly Chichy Clymer son Michael husband of sue costello Millford Del. Daughter Amanda Nam Neh new Paris son Timothy costello Lancaster brother Joseph husband of Kathy Hartz Marion Center brother David Hartz Marion Center. She is also survived by nine grandchildren Winter Sophia Caris Hannah Kylie Jayna Rachel Crystal and Hayley and seven great grandchildren Bryan Mariah Conner Odin Kiera Siraj and Adalina. She was preceded in death by her brother Daniel Brown. Bev was a bartender at the office lounge in Baldwin and at the Pitt club in Oakland. After moving to Bedford county she opened a Evyann a Thrift shop in the trademark Plaza in Fishertown. Bev was of the Catholic Faith. She loved going to Yard sales and Flea markets crafting especially with her Grandad acting and the theater she was known Best for her performances As Clara the Clown. Bevy a greatest Joy were her grandchildren she took so much Delight spending time with them and watching them grow. She was a Loving and devoted wife Mother grandmother sister and Friend who will be greatly missed by All whose lives she touched. Friends Are invited to Call on tuesday from 4 to 6 At Mickle Geisel funeral Home Schellsburg. A memorial service will be held at a later Date. Arrangements entrusted to Mickle Geisel funeral Home in Schellsburg. Memorial contributions May be made to the american lung association 1301 Pennsylvania ave., new suite 800. Washington do 20004 or online at . Online condolences May be expressed at . A obituaries continued on Page 8

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