Herald Standard in Uniontown, Pennsylvania
5 May 2013

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5 May 2013

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Herald Standard (Newspaper) - May 5, 2013, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaB2heraldstandard.com i sunday May 5, 2013 it iuli>-3tandari>obituaries i say what words can to always express. 724-4375500 a / hours Flower shop of 8-6, sat. S-5, Sun. 9-1 a sunday delivery Avilla 3 South Gallatin Avenue a Una onto a 15401 card of thanks card of thanks Ronald Ron Ditmore perhaps you sent a Lovely card or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral Spray if so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words As any Friend could say perhaps you were not there at All just thought of us that Day. Whatever you did to console our hearts we thank you so much whatever the part. We especially those that sent food amp gifts of Money or. Richard Cook or. Ferguson and Fresenius. Everyone at Uniontown Hospital pastor Diane Olsen pastor Randy Costolo the pallbearers the ladies that fixed the luncheon at the Hopwood United methodist Church the Hopwood fire department Fayette Ems amp Fayette Home care. The family of the late Ronald Ron Ditmore a birthday remembrance for our Beautiful daughter sister amp aunt Staci Lynn whoolery Cernuska who would have celebrated her 45th birthday May 5, 2013. We do not need a special Day to bring you to our mind. For the Days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. If All the world were ours to give wed give it yes and More. To see the face of Staci dear come smiling at the door. V sadly missed by mom dad and family birthday remembrance Jason r. Delara May 1, 1975 Happy birthday daddy we love amp miss you Ashley Jacob and Jocelyn Quot Happy birthday in heaven Quot Rhiannon r. Krukowsky 1981-1994 Quot the ones who think of you today Are the ones who love you Best Quot sadly missed Gram Lila in Loving memory of Wilma y. Dice who passed away 2 years ago today May 5th, 2013. If roses grow in heaven lord then pick a Bunch for us. Place them in our Mother s and Tell her they re from us. Tell her that we love and miss her and when she turns to smile place a kiss upon her Cheek and hold her close for a while. We know you re always with us and look after us every Day. Our lives have never been Complete since the Day you went away. V love amp miss you mom Mindy Chrissy and Miranda in memory of Anne Kosty who would have turned 92 years old on May 6th although she has Only been gone a Short time she is greatly missed by her family and friends. Her warmth style and ornery personality will never be forgotten. Thank you to All the staff at the Marquis House and medi Home hospice who cared for Anne in her final months. Thank you to All her friends at St. Nicholas Church and in the Brownsville Community for calling visiting and sending cards. She truly valued your Friendship. A very special and Heartfelt thank you goes to John Marcolini who helped his aunt Anne in ways that truly made a difference in her life these last few years. Johns uplifting visits to the Marquis House with his dog Krauzer were especially appreciated in her final months. Loved amp sadly missed by Kathy and Michael Fazio in memorial in Loving memory of Gene 0. Chipps remembering you is easy we do it everyday but there s an ache in our hearts that will never go away. V love v Sis amp family Charlotte Clark Casteel Fairchance Charlotte Clark Casteel age 44, Fairchance pa., died Friday May 3, 2013. She was born on december 18, 1968 in Uniontown a. Surviving Are her Mother and step father Dorothy Baker Lewis and Darrell Lewis her father Wayne Clark two daughters Lori Casteel and Fiance Tim Campbell and Heather Casteel three grandchildren siblings Donna Ross Karen Robison and Wayne a a George Clark and numerous other close family members. The family will receive friends in the Dean c. Whitmarsh funeral Home 134 West Church Street Fairchance pa., on monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 . And tuesday May 7, 2013 until 11 00 ., the hour of service with pastor Tim Trucke Niiler officiating interment will follow in the Maple Grove cemetery Fairchance. Clyde Farrier Quot Bill Quot Masontown Clyde Quot Bill Quot Farrier age 96, of Masontown pa., went to be with his lord and Savior on Friday May 3, 2013. He passed away at the Uniontown Hospital. Born in Masontown pa., to the now late James Farrier and Pearl Wilhelm Farrier on april 11, 1917, Clyde was preceded in death by his parents his wife Evelyn George Farrier siblings James Farrier Harry Farrier Tressie Debolt Eugene Farrier Ruth Myers Donald Farrier Benny Farrier. Clyde was a Coal Miner retired from the Buckeye mine and a life Long member of the United mine workers of America. In his younger years he loved Hunting and fishing As Well As doing his own Home and care repairs. He was an avid Gardener who loved to share his Bounty with his friends and neighbors. Clyde will be fondly remembered by All who knew him. Those left to cherish Clydess memory Are his sons Thomas Farrier and wife Nancy Masontown pa., and Richard Farrier and wife Barbara of Point Marion a. Two Sisters Edith Gooding of Masontown pa., and Margaret Crouse of Quakertown a. Grand children Ricky and Lori Farrier of Swissvale pa., Eric and Teresa Farrier of Point Marion pa., Diana Farrier of Masontown pa., and Michael Farrier of Belleville Illinois great grandchildren Travis Farrier Ashley Farrier a great great grandson Lucas and a great great grandchild that will joining us soon. Friends will be received in the Haky funeral Home inc., 515 North main Street Masontown pa., on monday May 6, 2013 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 . And on tuesday May 7, from 10 until 11 ., the hour of service with pastor John Thomas officiating. Entombment will be held at Chapel of peace mausoleum Lafayette memorial Park Brier Hill a. Your personal written tributes and memories Are welcomed and encouraged at Jean c. Baptie Franty Pittsburgh Jean c. Baptie Franty 75, of Pittsburgh pa., passed away Friday May 3, 2013. She was born june 22, 1937 in Homestead pa., the daughter of James m. Baptie and Betty Mellon Baptie. Jean was the wife of the late Louis e. Franty nurturing Mother of Luann Morrone Sheridan and Tim Sheridan of Castle Shannon pa., and Don and Ellen Franty of Mcmurray a. Proud grandmother of Anthony Quot Tony Quot Katie and Amanda Morrone and Nick and Emily Franty sister of Alice Miller of Jefferson Hills pa., and Richard Baptie of West Homestead a. Dear Friend to Sandy Danner and the late Raymond Juskowich of Castle Shannon pa., Debbie and a1 Hajek of the villages Florida and countless others. At age 16, Jean volunteered As assistant to Porky Chedwick on weekends at who am radio answering the telephones and taking requests. Chedwick known As the Quot Boss Man Quot called her Quot the Little Boss Quot and Quot Jeannie the teen age do Quot allowing her to speak on the air occasionally on saturday mornings. After graduating from Munhall High school Jean attended Robert Morris business school before Landing a Job at the United states steel corporations Homestead works where she met her husband Louis Franty. She also worked for the Emmanuel lutheran Church in Castle Shannon a. From 1968 to 1973, she was Secretary to the director of personnel and Pupil services at Keystone Oaks school District. After working for other administrators she moved into the superintendents office in 1984. Three years later her husband died after a lengthy struggle with multiple sclerosis. During the illness he was named Quot father of the year by the is society in Pittsburgh for caring for the couples two children while Jean worked. During her 36-year tenure at Keystone Oaks she also served for 18 years As administrative assistant to the South Hills area school districts association Shasta. Jeans last Day on the Job was december 23, 2004. At its december 2004 meeting the school Board accepted jeans retirement As the administrative assistant to superintendent Carl Dejulio. He said in honouring her that besides her skills she brought a Large degree of love and humanity to her Job and had really become an institution within the school District. Friends will be received monday from 7 to 9 . And tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the Jefferson memorial funeral Home inc., 301 Curry hollow Road pleasant Hills a 15236 412.655.4501. Where a service will be held in Celebration of her life on wednesday May 8, 2013 at 11 In the funeral Home Chapel. Interment to follow at Jefferson memorial Park. Joseph Glista Brownsville Joseph Glista age 64, of Brownsville pa., passed away thursday May 2, 2013 at his Home. He was born thursday december 9, 1948 at Uniontown pa., the son Dorothy Bosley Glista. He was preceded in death by his Mother Brothers and sister James Bosley Arthur Bosley Wilma Gancos and John Quot Jack Quot Bosley and by his grandparents Richard and Blanche Bosley. Joseph is survived by two daughters Mechelle Glista and her Fiance John Hurst Uniontown pa., and Joey Wiggins and her husband Ben of Connellsville a. Two granddaughters Erica Arnold Megan Arnold four great grandsons Anthony Delong Mark Barton Iii Jaxton Barton Mason Coldren and these Sisters and Brothers Ann Knox and her husband Charles of new Salem pa., Virginia Wellington of Herbert pa., Gerald Martin and his wife Linda of Ohio Jimmy Saunders of Virginia Kenneth Saunders of Virginia and Robert Denny Ford of Virginia Beach Virginia. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later Date by the dearth funeral Home new Salem a. Brian Todd Humbert Ohiopyle Brian Todd Humbert 28, of Ohiopyle pa., died wednesday May 1, 2013 As a result of an Accident. He was born May 20, 1984 in Uniontown pa., son of Roger t. Humbert of Ohiopyle and Patricia a. Harris Morrison of Ohiopyle. Brian graduated from Uniontown High school class of 2001 and from Wyo tech Blairsville a. He was a Union Iron worker and member of the Iron workers local unon no. 3, Pittsburgh. In addition to his parents he is survived by his wife Ashley Rexrode Humbert son Jonas Walker Humbert at Home step father David e. Morrison and step Mother Amy l. Humbert one sister Sarina a. Humbert and a brother Eli d. Morrison both of Ohiopyle his maternal grandmother Katherine Harris of Ohiopyle paternal grandmother Doris Ann Humbert Markleysburg a. Thirteen uncles and aunts Edward Humbert and wife Melinda of Fredericksburg a a., Gary Humbert and wife Terri of Vanderbilt pa., Cindy Humbert of Markleysburg pa., Ronald Humbert or. Of Perryopolis pa., Steve Humbert Markleysburg James Humbert and wife Sherri of Markleysburg Jane Harris of Ohiopyle Larry Harris and wife Anita of Jackson Ohio k. Dale Harris and Friend Bill of Lemont Furnace pa., Carol Parker and husband Bob of Ohiopyle de Harris wife Tina of Ohiopyle Diane herring and Fiance Kevin of Lemont Furnace David Harris and Friend Karen of Sharpsville a. Brian will also be greatly missed by Many cousins. He was predeceased by his maternal Grandfather Charles h. Harris his paternal Grandfather Ronald w. Humbert maternal Uncle and aunt Gene Harris Ravenscroft and Linda j. Harris Ravenscroft paternal uncles Timothy Joe Humbert and Terry Lee Humbert. Friends will be received in Donald r. Crawford funeral Home Farmington pa., today from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 and monday May 6 from 10 until 11 ., the hour of service. Pastor Jason Lamar and Martin Stewart will officiate. Interment will follow in Thomas cemetery Markleysburg a. Visitation was also held on saturday May 4, 2013 from 6 to 8 . Janice Cobb Korintus Point Marion Janice Cobb Korintus age 68, of Point Marion pa., passed away at Home on thursday May 2, 2013 with her Loving family by her Side. She was born on september 9, 1944 in Fayette City pa., the daughter of Buel Clyde Cobb and Juanita Stone Cobb now both deceased Janice graduated from Albert Gallatin High school class of 1962, and then attended Morgantown business school. Janice began working for the director of dental Hygiene at West Virginia University. After six years she then went to work for the National Institute of health in Bethesda Maryland. In 1973, she along with her husband Tim moved to Point Marion pa., and together started Korintus Beer distributor. She was a member of mount pleasant United methodist Church in Dilliner and through her enjoyment of making quilts she belonged to the United methodist quilters. Janice also enjoyed making crafts became especially known for making spice wreaths. She was also a member of the Point Marion Garden club. She also loved her pets. She is survived by her husband of 47 years Timothy Korintus her son Jason Korintus of Point Marion a. Her brother Kenneth Cobb of Jacksonville Florida and several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received in the Louis e. Rudolph funeral Home 15 main Street Point Marion a 15474 724.725.5256thomas b. Rudolph funeral director and supervisor on monday May 6, 2013 from 1 to 4 and 6 to 9 . And tuesday May 7, until 11 ., the hour of the service with pastor John Hodge and pastor James Lewis officiating. Interment will follow in wolfs cemetery Dilliner a. Donations May be made to the kidney foundation in care of Tim Korintus Post office Box 246, Point Marion a 15474 or to Amedi sys hospice 2183 Mcclellandtown Road Masontown a 15461. Barbara Hays Moredock Sylvan i a. Ohio Barbara Hays Moredock 89, Sylvania Ohio and formerly of Mcclellandtown pa., passed away on monday april 29, 2013. She was born March 28, 1924 to Paul Hays and Elizabeth Coffman Hays in Uniontown a. After world War ii Barbara worked from late 1947 to 1957 in the recorder of deeds office at the Fayette county courthouse in Uniontown she was a former member of the Jacobs evangelical lutheran Church Masontown a. Arrangements by the newcomer funeral Home 4150 West Laskey Road Toledo of 43623 419.473.0300 to leave a message for Barbaraus family and to View her obituary please visit wow newcomer Toledo. Com up % Glenna Anne Rolison Nassar 80 years Young Dover Delaware Glenna Anne Rolison Nassar peacefully went Home to god on thursday May 2, 2013 at her Home in Dover Delaware surrounded by her Loving family. She lived 80 wonderful years. Glenna was born on March 14, 1933 in Monessen Pennsylvania to Loving parents the late Samuel Edward Rolison and Hallie Frances Thomas Rolison. She spent her youth in Perryopolis Pennsylvania and later moved to Schuylkill Haven Pennsylvania where she raised her Large Loving family. Glenna adored her family and All who knew her remarked about the Beautiful Aura of love and kindness that enveloped anyone who entered her life. She created a Loving Home for her adored seven children grand children great grand children nieces nephews and friends and loved filling her Home with the smell of fresh baked pies breads and sweets. She was a spectacular Cook forged Long and deep friendships with her Bridge group and during the Spring and summer you could find her planting Flowers of All varieties in her prize Garden. Glenna was adored by her family and was a beloved Friend to Many. She was a wonderful Mother grandmother and great grandmother sister aunt and Friend. She was cherished As Well by her Black lab Rocky who could be found at any time Day or night sitting lovingly by her feet. In addition to her parents Glenna was preceded in death by beloved siblings Charles Rolison Howard Rolison june Rolison and Hallie Robertson. She often exclaimed that Quot god must really love me because he gave me seven Beautiful children and a wonderful life Quot. Glenna is survived by her children Samuel r. Obituaries Page b3

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