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CRAMER –MARJORIE CRAMER PORTER, 71, of RR 1 Box 275, Troy, Pa., died Sunday, Jan. 4, 1998, at Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa. She was born June 7, 1926, in Montoursville, Pa., a daughter of Grover and Rosa (Williams) Cramer. Marjorie’s interest included flowers, playing Yahtzee, and her family pets, especially her cats. A special part of her life were visits from her grandson, Aaron. Marjorie is survived by sons, Gary E. Porter of Troy, Lawrence W. Porter of Carthage, N.C.; daughter, Rosalyn L. Porter of Rensselaer, N.Y.; grandchild, Aaron M. Porter of Carthage; sister, Arian Eaton of Allegheny, N.Y.; sister-in-law, Naomi Forrest of Troy; and special aunt, Ella Terwilleger of Bradford County Manor, Troy. She was preceded in death by her husband, the late Edward Porter, who died July 29, 1993. Friends may call Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1998 at the Gerald W. Vickery, Jr. Funeral Home, 110 West Main St., Troy, from 1 to 2 p.m. Funeral services will immediately follow at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Kenneth Marple, pastor of the Austinville Union Church, officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. The family will provide the flowers. Memorial contributions may be directed to the American Diabetes Association, 2040 Linglestown Road, Suite 106, Harrisburg, Pa. –Towanda Daily Review.
CRANBERRY - McKEAN, Mrs. Elizabeth (G.), age 66, of Troy, Penna., suddenly Friday, September 8, 1972 at Robert Packer Hospital. Friends may call at Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, Sunday 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral and committal service will be held there Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. Jack Wise, Rev. Owen Barrett officiating, burial Glenwood Cemetery. Survived by husband, Robert; son, William E. Hill of Atlanta, Georgia; three grandchildren. She was a retired advertising copywriter.
H. Dewaine CRANDELL, known to his friends as “Tink” died on January 19, 2000 at Troy Community Hospital after a hard fought battle with illness. He was born on June 24, 1929 in Burlington Twp., PA to Fay “Fuzzy” Crandell and Minnie (Chamberlain) Crandell. He was the owner of Crandell Insurance Agency in Troy, PA for 25 years and later sold insurance with his partner, Tom Close. He enjoyed nearly 45 years of coaching baseball at different levels, ending as coach of the Troy Trojan High School team. Some of the team he coached were his first, the Tydol Midgets in Troy; after he moved to Camptown, a Little League team there; the Can Tro Merchants; and a Troy American Legion team, which reached the state playoffs in 1983. Through the years, he touched many an athlete’s life, along with the parents. Crandell was inducted into the American Legion Hall of Fame, one of only two in Bradford County; Jack Remsnyder of Towanda was the other. Tink was the first Grand Marshall of the Troy Football homecoming parade. At the 1998 sports banquet, he and his brother “Smokey” received the first Booster Club “Above and Beyond Award” for dedication to high school sports. He was also active in troy Rotary. He was a charter member of Pine Lodge Hunting Camp. Tink served his country in the U.S. Army and was a member of the Troy American Legion Post #49. He was a member of the Camptown Men’s Club where he helped organize the first Camptown race. Tink belonged to the Wyalusing Lodge #618 F & AM, the Northern Commandery #16 and Union Royal Arch Chapter #161, Towanda. Tink is survived by his wife of 46 years, Lois “Tucker” (VanNess) Crandell, Troy, PA; sons, Kim Crnadell, chris (Julie) Crandell and Brian Crandell, all of Troy, PA; Roger (Marianne) Crandell of Mechanicsville, VA; mother, Minnie Crandell of the Blaney Personal Care Home in Canton, PA; grandchildren, Shaun and Andrea of VA, Ashley and Nicole of Elmira, NY, Nick and Christine of Troy, PA; sisters-in-law, Patricia Crandell and Linda VanNess of Canton; several nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. He is predeceased by his father, Fay Crandell; brother, Smokey Crandell; brother-in-law, Bill VanNess. Funeral services were held at the First Baptist Church of Troy on January 22 with the Reverend Garry Zuber officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Arrangements were in the care of the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy. A Masonic service was held at the funeral home by Wyalusing Lodge #618. Memorial contributions may be directed to Troy Boosters Club, c/o David Clink, RR #, Troy, PA 16947. “Troy Gazette-Register,” Troy, PA Thursday, January 27, 2000
H. DWAINE CRANDELL, 70, known to his family and friends as “Tink” died, January 19, 2000 at Troy Community Hospital after a hard fought battle with diabetes, kidney failure and Alzheimer’s. Born on June 24, 1929 in Burlington Twp., PA, he was the son of H. Fay “Fuzzy” Crandell and Minnie (Chamberlain) Crandell. On August 23, 1953, he married Lois Van Ness of Springfield Twp. He was the owner of Crandell Insurance Agency in Troy for 25 years and later sold insurance with his partner, Tom Close. His life centered around his family and sports. He enjoyed nearly 45 years of coaching baseball at different levels, ending as coach of Troy Trojan High School team. Through the years he touched many an athlete’s life along with their parents. He always wanted an athlete to be all he/she could be and nearly every where he went you would find young men and women taking a moment to speak to him. When his health declined this meant so much to him. He may have attended more sporting events than any other person, in the area since he followed both boys and girls sports home and away. He enjoyed going to cedar Ledge and seeing many of the boys he coached playing softball. Being an avid “Phillies” fan, he and his friends, Jim Wolfe and Karen Schucker attended many of their games as well as the state wrestling matches. His first Little League team was the Tydol Midgets in Troy. When he started his insurance career and moved to Camptown, he started a Little League team there. Shorty Hitchcock was one of his team members and he followed Shorty’s career in wrestling as an athlete and coach. He was the Can-Troy Merchants coach from 1964-1966. They traveled near and far to play semi-pro ball. He coached the Troy American Legion team, and in 1983 his team won the league and went to Wilkes-Barre to play in the state playoffs. Mr. Crandell was inducted into the American Legion Hall of Fame, one of only two people in Bradford County to receive this honor. Jack Remsnyder. Towanda was the first. He was the first Grand Marshall of the Troy Football Homecoming parade. At the 1998 Sports Banquet, he and his brother, “Smokey” received the first Booster Club Above and Beyond Award for loyal dedication to THS athletics. He was active with the Trojan Booster Club and each year he volunteered to cook breakfast during Troy Fair week. He organized a group to line the football field before every home game. Mr. Crandell played baseball and basketball in high school, the Army and on local adult teams. Memberships include being an active member of the Troy Rotary Club. For years, you would find him preparing for the Easter Egg Hung; was a member of the Troy American Legion Post #49; Camptown Men’s Club where he helped organize the first Camptown Men’s Club where he helped organize the first Camptown race, belonged to Wyalusing Lodge #618 F&AM, the Northern Commandary #18, Union Royal Arch Chapter #16, Union Royal Arch Chapter #181, Towanda, and a charter member of the Pine Lodge Hunting Camp. He loved to hunt and go to camp with his friends. He served his country in the US Army from 1950-1952. Surviving are his wife; Lois “Tucker” (VanNess) Crandell, Troy; sons, Kim Crandell, Chris (Julie) Crandell and Brian Crandell all of Troy, Roger (Marianna) Crandell, Mechanicsville, VA; mother, Minnie Crandell, Blaney Personal Care Home, Canton; special grandchildren, Shaun and Andrea of Virginia, Ashley and Nicola, Elmira, Nick and Christine, Troy; sisters-in-law, Patricia Crandell and Linda Van Ness, Canton; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. He is predeceased by his father Fay Crandell; brother “Smokey” Crandell; brother-in-law, Bill Van Ness. The Wyalusing Lodge #618 held a Masonic service for their late brother at the Gerald W. Vickery Jr. Funeral Home Inc., Troy; Jan 21. Funeral services were held at the First Baptist Church of Troy, Jan. 22 with the Rev. Garry Zuber, officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Troy Boosters Club, c/o David Clink, RR 3, Troy, Pa. –Canton Independent Sentinel.
H. Fay CRANDELL, age 67, to Troy, Pa., Saturday August 24, 1968 at St. Joseph’s Hospital. Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, Pa. Calling hours; Monday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. funeral service there Tuesday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Owen Barrett, Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Survived by wife, Minnie, sons Dewaine of Wyalusing, Pa. and James of Troy; one sister Mrs. Donald Packard of Granville Summit, Pa.; one granddaughter; six grandsons. He was a member of the Troy Methodist church and the Troy Fire Dept. Until his retirement he worked as a plumber for the P. F. King Hardware Co. of Troy.
James “Smokey” W. CRANDELL, age 66, of canton, Pa, formerly of Troy, PA, died on August 6, 1999 at Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, PA. He was born on February 17, 1933 in Burlington Twp., PA a son of the late Faye “Fuzzy” Crandell and Minnie A. (Chamberlain) Crandell of Troy, PA. Smokey was a 1951 graduate of Troy High School. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War. He was a car salesman at Eighmey Buick in Troy for over 34 years. Smokey was a member of the Troy United Methodist Church. He was a member of the American Legion Post 49 and the VFW in Troy, PA. Smokey was a member of Corey Creek Golf Club, a member of the Trojan Booster Club of which he helped establish in 1958 and was a member and one of the original founders of Pine Lodge Hunting Club. He also served as President of the Troy School Board for two terms. Smokey was a basketball referee for over 42 years and was instrumental in bringing back Little League baseball in Troy, PA. He enjoyed attending all spotting events at Troy High School and was the grand Marshall of the 1998 Trojan Homecoming Parade. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife of 43 years, Patricia “Pat” (Seeley) Crandell of Canton, PA; sons, Robert J. Crandell and fiancée, Barbara Lopez of Canton, PA, Richard “Scott” (Melissa) Crandell of Mifflinburg, PA; daughter, Brenda J. (Kevin) Johnson of Towanda, PA; grandchildren, Bo Tyler J. Crandell, Georgie M. Crandell, Amy Jean Crandell, Emily Shea Crandell and Kalee Ann Johnson; brother and sister-in-law, H. Dewaine “Tink” and Lois “Tucker” Crandell of Troy, PA. Services were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on August 10 with the Rev. Tom Blackall officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Trojan Booster Club c/o David Clink, RR 3, Troy, PA 16947.
MELVIN "SHORTY" CRANE JR.
Melvin "Shorty" Shiner Crane Jr., 59, of Wysox RR1, formerly of Troy, died Friday morning, May 15, 1992, at Memorial Hospital, Towanda. He was born July 3, 1932, in Sayre, the son of Melvin S. and Edna Crane Sr. In 1971 he retired after serving 22 years in the US Air Force, in which he was an air traffic controller, retiring with the rank of staff sergeant. He was currently employed by the Masonite Corp. of Towanda. He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict and Vietnam. Melvin was a member of the Beirne-Webster VFW post of Towanda, the Sylvania Lions Club, and the Towanda Rod and Gun Club. He is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, Terry Lee and Gail Crane of Japan (serving in the US Navy), Michael David and Tracy Crane of Utah (serving in the Air Force), and Robin Keith and Carrie Crane of South Carolina; one daughter, Cindy Lynn Crane of Troy; nine grandchildren-Bobby, Brian, Heather, Joshua, Michael and Jordan Crane, and Amanda, Nicole and Ashley Makinster; three brothers, Sam Crane of Ulster, Harold Crane of Hewiktt, NY, and Carlton Crane of Buffalo, NY, and one sister, Beatrice Crane of Idasburg, PA. The funeral service was held at Vickery Funeral Home with the Rev. Kenneth Marple officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, with the Troy VFW Post N. 8675 and the Troy American Legion Post No. 49 according full military honors. Memorials may be directed to the American Heart Association, PO Box 428, Sayre, PA 18848, in Mr. Crane's memory. (TGR, Thursday, May 21, 1992)
CROMAN –JANICE C. GALLICCHIO, 75, of Connellsville, formerly of Troy, Pa. died Thursday, April 6, 2004 in the Harmon House, Mt. Pleasant. She was born March 24, 1929 in Canton, Pa. a daughter of the late William and Dorothy Lamont Croman. Janice was a graduate of the Troy High School. She was also a graduate of Elizabethtown College in 1953. She had been a resident of Connellsville since 1981. Janice was a former elementary school teacher. She was a member of the Connellsville Presbyterian Church and its Westminster Sunday School Class. Janice was a member of the Eastern Star #383 in Scottdale, the Highlands Hospital Ladies Auxiliary, and the Connellsville Garden Club. Janice is survived by her loving family, her daughter Mary Kickels and her husband Dwayne of Scottdale; her sons William F. Gallicchio of Natrona Heights, John C. Gallicchio of Connellsville, Robert S. Gallicchio and his wife Susan of Tega Cay, S.C. and Joseph Gallicchio of Connellsville, her grandchildren Kaidia Pickels, and Dominic, Joseph and Sophia Gallicchio, and her brother William Croman and his wife Carole of Binghamton, N.Y. In addition to her parents she was predeceased by her husband Francis A. Gallicchio on Dec. 7, 2002. Family and friends will be received in the Brooks funeral Home Inc., 111 E. Green St., Connellsville Thursday, from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A funeral service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Connellsville Presbyterian Church, corner of Pittsburgh & Green St. with Rev. Mark Juengel officiating. Interment will be in the Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pa. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society or the Connellsville Presbyterian Church, 711 S. Pittsburg St., Connellsville, Pa. in memory of Janice C. Gallicchio. –Towanda Daily Review.
Prof. William R. CROMAN, age 91 of Troy, Tuesday, December 14, 1976 at the Troy Community Hospital. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral and committal service Friday at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, Troy. Rev. Alan Minarcik. Burial Glenwood Cemetery. Should friends desire contributions can be made to the Troy Community Hospital or the Troy High School Scholarship Fund. Survived by wife, Dorothy LaMont Croman; one son William Croman, Jr. of Binghamton, N.Y.; one daughter, Mrs. Francis (Janice) Gallicchio of RuffsDale, Pa.; one sister Mrs. Guy (Ruth) Arnold of Hughesville, Pa.; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was principal of Meshoppen High School 1908 to 1914, superintendent of schools Denton, Md 1914 to 1915, supervising principal Troy High School 1915 to 1955. Bachelor and masters degree for Albright College. National retired teachers assoc. He was a charter and 50 year member and past president of the Troy Rotary Club, member and former elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Troy. Member of the Muncy Masonic Lodge No. 299 F&AM.
CRONK Doris Marie Slater
88, of 17 Pine Street, Waverly, N.Y., died Saturday, June 25, 2011 at home. Doris was born in Waverly, N.Y., on November 28,1922. For the past 53 years, she enjoyed being a full-time wife, mother and housewife at 17 Pine Street. She was a loyal New York Yankees fan with Derek Jeter being her favorite player. She rarely missed a game on TV. She was a great believer in the power of prayer. Her faith in God was quietly genuine, deep and very strong, and anyone who knew her knew that. She loved doing crossword puzzles, making crafts and sewing. She was an excellent seamstress. She loved her home, enjoyed having visitors and spent lots of time out on her front porch. Her greatest treasure, most precious possession and her pride and joy was her family. On June 8, 2011 she took part in a family reunion picnic at the Waverly Glen, surrounded by 22 of her immediate family members that ranged in age from nine months to 88 years. She had the time of her life! Doris was the daughter of the late Arthur and Lottie (Miller) Cronk of Waverly, N.Y. She was a 1940 graduate of Waverly High School. She was a lifelong member of the Waverly First Baptist Church and was a member of their choir for many years, as well as a member of the Martha Sunday school class, served on the Diaconate Board, the Christian Board of Education and the Flower Committee. She is survived by her three children: son and daughter-in-law Jeff and Janet Slater of Collinsville, Illinois; son and daughter-in-law Scott and Sharon Slater of Athens, Pennsylvania; daughter and son-in-law Marci and Larry Wyss of Waverly, New York; granddaughter Amy and Chris Hasamear and children Jordan, Carter and Jonah of Collinsville, Illinois; granddaughter Allison and Shawn Schutt and children Tyier and Mackenzie of Waverly, New York; grandson Joseph and Jamie Slater and son Jack of Champaign, Illinois; granddaughter Jaclyn and Derek Mackie and children Miller and Linden ofNewtonville, Massachusetts; sister-in-law Marjory (Bolton) Cronk of Culpeper, Virginia; many nieces, nephews and close friends. She is predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Joseph Slater; brother Harold Cronk formerly of Remington, Virginia. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at the Waverly First Baptist Church, 23 Tioga Street, Waverly, N.Y., with the Rev.Steven Reynolds officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the McKee Memorial Chapel. Graveside services will immediately follow the service at the Glenwood Cemetery, Waverly, N.Y. Following the graveside ceremony, the family will receive friends back at the church for a time of food and fellowship. Flowers will be provided by the family. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Waverly First Baptist Church or Stray Haven Animal shelter, Waverly, N.Y. Doris was a wonderful lady and will be very much missed. She will be remembered as sweet, kind, gentle, a lover of animals, a good listener, truly a wonderful mother. It has been said that no one on earth loves you like your mother loves you. Doris did that, and more. The Slater family would like to extend their thanks, gratitude and appreciation to those who supported, encouraged and loved Doris with a phone call, a visit, by praying for her, taking her to appointments, helping her with the mountains of paperwork that came along with age, came to her home to clean and help her with the household upkeep that she had trouble doing, and for the many cards she loved receiving. You have blessed her and helped her through some very difficult and trying years. Sayre Morning Times – July 1, 2011
WILBER W. CRONK JR., age 63, of Troy died Nov. 12, 2002, at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre. He was born on April 9, 1939, the son of the late Wilber and Betty (Morgan) Cronk. Wilber joined the Marine Corps after graduation from Troy High School. He was a member of the Sugar Creek Parish, the Sylvania Lions Club, the Troy rod and Gun Club, the Masons and the Late Night Friday Farmers Bowling League. He loved his community, donating to the Troy Fair Grounds, when it needed new bleachers, and was a fund raiser for the Troy Community Hospital. He was also a great supporter of the farmers. Wilber walked through life with the Lord and held his family dear. Wilber is survived by his loving wife, Helen (Terrel) Cronk, whom he married in 1976; brothers, Richard Cronk of Ridgeway, Pa., and William and Carol Cronk of Mississippi; sisters, Joyce Lenton of Troy, Margaret and Don Hall of Florida, Marie and Keith Reneckie of Ridgway, Rosalie Moshier of Ridgway, and Bonnie and John Gelwicks of Virginia; and 21 nieces and nephews. Wilber was predeceased by his son Neil Clinton Cronk, in June 1995. Friends and family are invited to call at the United Methodist Church in Columbia Cross Roads, on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002, from noon to 2 p.m., with the funeral to follow immediately after visitation at 2 p.m. The Rev. Edward Thigpen and the Rev. Alison Grove will officiate. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Gerald W. Vickery Funeral Home Inc., 110 Main St., Troy. Memorials may be directed to the Dialysis Memorial fund, Guthrie Foundation, Sayre, Pa. –Towanda Daily Review.
Wilber W. CRONK, JR., age 63, of Troy, PA died November 12, 2002 at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre. He was born on April 9, 1939 the son of the late Wilber and Betty (Morgan) Cronk. Wilber joined the Marine Corps after graduation from Troy High School. He was a member of the Sugar Creek Parish, the Sylvania Lions Club, Troy Rod and Gun Club, Masons and the Late Night Friday Farmers Bowling League. He loved his community, donating to the Tory Fair Ground when they needed new bleachers and was a fundraiser for the Troy Community Hospital. He was also a great supporter of the farmers. Wilber is survived by his loving wife, Helen (Terrel) Cronk, married in 1976; brothers, Richard Cronk of Ridgway, PA and William and Carol Hall of FL, Marie and Keith Reneckie of Ridgway, PA, Rosalie Moshier of Ridgway, PA and Bonnie and John Gelwicks of VA; and 21 niieces and nephews. Wilber was predeceased by his son, Neil Clinton Cronk, June 1995. Friends and family are invited to call at the United Methodist Church in Columbia Cross Roads, PA on Thursday, November 14, 2002 from 12:00 to 2:00 PM with the funeral to follow immediately after visitation officiate. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy, PA. Memorials may be directed to the Dialysis Memorial Fund Guthrie Foundation, Sayre, PA 18848. Troy Gazette Register
CRUMBLING Harry Ammon Crumbling Jr.
of Houston, TX died on November 21, 2011, following a brief illness. His funeral was held on November 25 at the Addicks United Methodist Church in Houston. Burial will be at Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Born on April 3, 1938, he was a native of Troy, PA, the son of Rena Terry and Harry Ammon Crumbling. Growing up he enjoyed hunting with his father, athletics including basketball and football and Boy Scouts achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, Order of The Arrow and the God and Country Award. He graduated from Troy High School in 1956 and Johns Hopkins University in 1960 where he served as president of Kappa Alpha fraternity and received a BES degree in chemical engineering. He later obtained his MBA from the University of Arizona and was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma, an honorary business fraternity. After ROTC at Johns Hopkins he did 2 years of active duty at Fort Bliss, TX and obtained the rank of Captain before resigning his commission in the reserves. His working career included Corning, Inc., Mercer Engineers, in Houston, and Terry Engineers, LLC, which he founded in 1999 and continued until his passing. Hap is survived by his wife of 43 years, Marion Detrick, formerly of Elmira, his daughter, Sharon, his beloved granddaughter, Isabella, and his son, Scott, all of Houston, a sister, Sarah Ransom (Bill) of Sayre, and nephews, Jeff and Brad Craig of Brooklyn, NY, as well as several cousins. A memorial service will be held on Monday, December 19th at 1:30 p.m. at the Troy Presbyterian Church, West Main Street, Troy, PA, with the Rev. William Bardo officiating. There will be a reception for family and friends at the Troy Vet's Club, 183 Veterans Drive, following the service. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in Hap's memory may send a check made out to Alparon Community Park to the Buchler-Crumbling Tennis Court Project, c/o Alparon Community Park, P. O. Box 244, Troy, PA 16947. Star-Gazette - November 30, 2011
CUMMINGS - A. VIRGINIA INMAN
A. Virginia Inman, 78, died Monday, October 7, 1996 at Sylvan Ridge Personal Care Home, Troy, PA where she was a resident. Mrs. Inman was born in Warren Center, PA on July 12, 1918, daughter of Cordis R. and Velma (Jones) Cummings. She graduated from the former Mansfield Normal School, now Mansfield University, with a Bachelor's Degree in elementary education and received her Master's Degree in reading at Boston University. Mrs. Inman taught elementary school in Troy as well as having taught as a reading specialist in Andover, MA and teacher of English as a Second Language in Naperville, IL. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Troy. Survivors include sons and daughters-in-law, Dale and Diane Inman and son, Jon of Troy, PA; Scott and Jennie Inman and daughter, Kelley of Foxboro, MA; daughter and son-in-law, Nancy and Lee Cummings, son Douglas and daughter, Amy of Troy; sister and husband, Norma and Dennis Colburn of Apalachin, NY; brother-in-law and wife, Lyle and Gin Inman of Centerville, PA. She was predeceased by her husband of 49 years, Glenn W. Inman, on June 12, 1992. Memorial services were held Sunday, October 13 at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy with the Rev. David B. Morris, pastor of the Church of Christ (Disciples of Christ) in Canton officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Inman's name to Guthrie Hospice, RR 1, Box 154, Troy, PA 18848. (TGR Thursday, October 17, 1996)
CUMMINGS - Mrs. Edith J. HALL, (SRGP 81203) 83, of Mansfield, died Sunday, Sept. 23, 1962. She was the widow of George Hall of Roseville. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Bertha Doner of Horseheads; sons Ernest Walker of Athens, Chester Walker of Burlington, PA; 7 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren. Funeral service was held at Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Wednesday at 2 PM, the Rev. David Griffiths officiating. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. – Mansfield Advertiser, 26 Sept. 1962, p.5 Note – Possible first husband Edward Walker of Sullivan Twp.
CUMMINGS RUTH LARCOM
Ruth C., Age 82, of Troy, Pa., Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1974. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral there Saturday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Ann Palmer. Burial Glenwood Cemetery. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Mettler (Grace) Henrich of Elmira, Mrs. Gordon (Bernice) Robbins of Troy, Pa.; one brother, Charles Cummings of Bentley Creek; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. She was a member of the East Troy Methodist Church, Big Pond Grange, Troy Hospital Auxiliary and East Troy Rebekahs. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the East Troy Methodist Church or Troy Hospital Auxiliary.
Mrs. Sallie C. Morris
Troy, Aug. 3 – Mrs. Sallie Cummings Morris, aged 75, died at her home in Troy today. She is survived by her husband, John W. Morris; three daughters, Mrs. Viola Coons and Mrs. Eva Pfannmuller of Troy and Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey of Towanda; four sons, Herbert and Raymond of Troy, Joseph of Flushing, L. I., and William of Owego; 16 grandchildren, one great grandchild and several nieces and nephews. The body is at the home of Mrs. Fred Pfannmuller where funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Rev. Herbert Punchard will officiate and interment will be in Glenwood cemetery. [penciled on article: Married Aug. 2, 53 years and 1949]
CUMMINGS - MORRIS Sallie C- wife of John W Morris, died in the Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Tuesday, August 3, 1948, after many months of failing health. She was 75 years old on May 1st , 1948. The family came to Troy from Malvern some 36 years ago. Mrs. Morris, a woman devoted to her family, was a member of the Baptist church and the American Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband, John; three daughters, Mrs. Viola Coons and Mrs. Eva Pfannmuller, Troy and Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey, Towanda; four sons, Herbert and Raymond, Troy, Joseph, Flushing, LI and William, Owego; 16 grandchildren, one great grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. Fred Pfannmuller Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Rev. Herbert Punchard officiated with burial in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy
CURRIE Byron L-Troy April 20 (1947)- aged 69 died at his home in Troy Sunday morning. Besides his wife, Lulu Peters Currie, he is survived by one stepdaughter, Mrs. Earl Rexford of Troy; one bother David of Preble, NY; one sister, Mrs. Frank Miller of Preble; two nieces and a nephew. The body is at the family home in Troy where services will be held Wed at 2 pm with burial in Glenwood Cemetery. Rev. Arthur Morey officiating.
CURRIE Byron L-Aged 69, died at his home at Troy Sunday morning, April 20, 1947. Besides his wife, Lulu Peters Currie, he is survived by one step-daughter, Mrs. Earl Rexford, Troy; one brother, David, Preble, NY; one sister, Mrs. Frank Miller, Preble; two nieces and a nephew. Services were held Wednesday at 2 pm with burial in Glenwood Cemetery. Rev. Arthur Morey officiating.
DALOLA –ALVINA ANDRUS, 84, Owego, NY and formerly of Troy, PA, died January 5, 2002. Predeceased by her husband, William Andrus; 2 brothers, Burt Dalola, Milo Dalola; 4 sisters, Minnie Spada, Katherine Barnes, Mildred Jordan, Mary Overlander. She is survived by her brother, Robert Dalola, of Berkshire, NY; several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Mrs. Andrus was a resident of Troy, PA for many years and moved to Owego in 1997. She retired after many years of service from Purolator Products Co. in Elmira. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. at the Estey & Monroe Funeral Home, 15 Park Street, Owego, NY with the Rev. Phil Jordan officiating. Burial will be in the Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. prior to the services.
DARROW - BROWN, C. LEVON DARROW, Services for C. LeVon (Vonnie) Darrow Brown, 51, Troy, were held Tuesday, September 4, at the funeral home with the Rev. Edward Thigpen officiating. The Interment was held in Glenwood Cemetery,Troy. Mrs. Brown died Friday, August 31, 1984 at the Arnot-Ogden Hospital, Elmira. She was born June 12, 1933, she is the daughter of Claude and Mae Landon Darrow. Mrs. Brown was a member of the Troy Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her husband, Ralph, Troy; daughters, Sharon Schrader, Troy, and Misti Lyn Brown, Troy; son, Kelvin (Kelly),Montour Falls,; granddaughter,HollySchrader and grandson, Scottie Schrader; sister,Mrs.Paul (Sallie) Locke, Amhearst, NY,; brother, Benjamin Darrow, Canton; several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be directed to the Troy American Legion or the Troy V.F.W. Building Fund. (TGR Sept. 6, 1984)
DARROW –DOROTHY D. HICKOK, 92, Montoursville, PA and Tamarac, FL died November 20, 2002 at Muncy Valley Skilled Nursing Unit. Born June 11, 1910 in East Smithfield, PA, she was the daughter of Oakley and Bess Darrow. She and her husband, George Llewelyn Hickok, celebrated 52 years of marriage; he died November 1990. Together they owned and operated the former Troy Hotel, the Shady Lawn Motel, Lowman, NY and they worked at the Friendship House in Miami Beach, FL. She was a member of the Faith United Church of Christ in Tamarac, FL. Surviving are several nieces and nephews including Patricia Hickok Conner with whom she resided and Linda Darrow Leonard, Gillett and Benjamin Darrow, Canton, Graveside services will be held at Glenwood Cemetery in Troy at the convenience of the family. The Spitler Funeral Home, Montoursville, made arrangements. –Troy Gazette-Register.
DARROW Dorothy D. HICKOK, 92, of 200 Gehron Parkway, Montoursville, PA and 4903 Mainland Drive, Tamarac, FL died Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at Muncy Valley Skilled Nursing Unit. Born June 11, 1910 in East Smithfield, PA, she was the daughter of Oakley and Bess Darrow. She and her husband, George Llewelyn Hickok, celebrated 52 years of marriage; he died November 1990. together they owned and operated the former Troy Hotel, the Shady Lawn Motel in Lowman, NY and they worked at the Friendship House in Miami Beach, FL. Dorothy was a member of the Faith United Church of Christ in Tamarac, FL. She is survived by several nieces and nephews including Patricia Hickok Conner with whom she resided. Graveside service will be held at Glenwood Cemetery in Troy at the convenience of the family. Arrangements were made by the Spitler Funeral Home in Montoursville. TGR
LEON ‘JAKE’ DARROW, 82 of Granville Summit, Pa., died on Monday, Jan. 29, 2007, at Bradford County Manor. He was the husband of Winona M. (Rought) Darrow of Granville Summit, whom he married on June 6, 1969. The couple had 37 happy years together. Family and friends are welcome to a graveside service honoring Jake's life at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 1, in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pa. His pastor, Rev. Francis Montgomery will be officiating. The Gerald W. Vickery Jr. Funeral Home Inc., 110 W. Main St., Troy, has been entrusted with the arrangements. Jake was born Jan. 14, 1925, in West Burlington, Pa. He was the son of the late Leon "Tink" and Beatrice (Beach) Darrow. Jake was a graduate of Troy High School, class of 1944. He was a member of the West Burlington United Methodist Church. Jake retired from G.T.E. of Ohio, where he was a lineman, or "pole climber," as he referred to himself. He also worked in forestry and as a planner for the Conservation District of Bradford County, Pa. Jake was a West Burlington Township supervisor, a member of the Troy Fire Company's Fire Police, and a member of the Morris Run American Legion No. 167 and the Moose Lodge of Canton, Pa. Jake is survived by his wife, Winona, his sons, Jon (Terrie) Darrow of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa., and James Darrow of Mansfield, Ohio; his daughter, Pat (Charles) Hall of Granville Summit, Pa.; six grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a brother, Gerald Darrow of Wisconsin; and his three sisters, Vera Harper of Granville Summit, Marcella Williams of Wellsboro, Pa., and Janet (Earl) Stanton of Elmira, N.Y.; along with several nieces and nephews. Jake was preceded in death by his parents; his son Gerald, who died in 2001; and his brother, Carl Darrow. In lieu of flowers the family asks that contributions be made in Jake's memory to the West Burlington United Methodist Church, RR 3, Box 457, Troy, Pa. or to the Troy Fire Company, Box 152, Troy, Pa. –Towanda Daily Review 1/30/2007
DARROW, Leon W- 79 of Granville Summit RD 1 died
Saturday Nov 4 at the Troy Community Hospital. He was born May 12, 1899 in West
Burlington Township, the son of Lloyd and Martha Ward Darrow. He was a
member of the Burlington United Methodist Church, having been a lifelong dairy
farmer. Mr. Darrow was a school bus driver for Troy Area Schools for 36
years. His wife, Beatrice B Darrow, preceded him in death Sept 29, 1977.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Frank (Vera) Harper, Granville Summit, Mrs.
Earle (Janet) Stanton of Elmira, NY and Mrs.Thomas (Marcella) Williams of
Wellsboro; three sons, Leon L Darrow of Crestline, Ohio, Carl K. Darrow of
Miami Beach, Fla and Gerald F Darrow of Platteville, Wis.; four brothers, Cyril
Darrow of Dallas, Pa, Marvin Darrow of Towanda, Henry Darrow of Athens, and
Myron Darrow of Wellsburg, two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Kilmer of Towanda RD 5 and
Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas of Troy; 15 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren;
and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held at Vickery
Funeral home Troy this morning at 11 o’clock, the Rev. Ann Palmer will
officiate. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. (Daily review-no date but
with 1978 clippings)
Troy, Bradford Co., PA
DARROW Peter Darrow
aged over 80 years, whose home was at East Troy, a veteran returning from the 50th anniversary observance of Gettysburg, died on a special train passing Canton. Exhaustion from heat is the cause. Canton Sentinel 1913
DARROW Thomas E-Troy, July 4- aged 76, a retired farmer, died this morning, July 4, 1949 at the home of his brother, Edward P Darrow. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Sarah VanNoy of Troy; two brothers, Howard of East Troy and Edward of Troy. The remains are at the Soper & Vickery Funeral Home where services will be held Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Floyd E Guiles will officiate with burial in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy.
DARROW –VERA L. (DARROW) HARPER, age 90, of Granville Summit, Pa. passed away Thursday, March 20, 2014, at the Twin Oaks Personal Care Home. Family and friends are invited to call from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 29, 2014, at the West Burlington United Methodist Church, Route 6, West Burlington, Pa. Her memorial service will be held at the conclusion of calling hours at 11 a.m. Interment will be at the convenience of the family in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pa. Vera was born July 25, 1923, in Elmira, N.Y., daughter of the late Leon and Beatrice (Beach) Darrow. She was a graduate of the West Burlington and Troy schools. She was married to the late Frank G. Harper and raised their family in Granville Summit. She worked as a secretary for Peppers Store, Smith's Store, Troy Community Hospital and also worked at the West Burlington Creamery for many years, but she focused her time mostly as a loving wife, mother, grandmother and homemaker. She was a member of the West Burlington United Methodist Church, W.O.W. (Women of West Burlington United Methodist Church), the fire department auxiliary and the West Burlington Grange. She is survived by a son and two daughters, Dale (Pam) Harper of Granville Summit, Pa., Grace (Donald) Schauer of Sabinsville, Pa. and June Conklin of Elmira, N.Y., 10 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, two sisters, Marcella Williams of Wellsboro, Pa. and Janet Stanton of Elmira, N.Y., and her nieces and nephews. Vera was predeceased by her parents, her husband Frank G. Harper, a son James Harper, and her brothers, Carl, Gerald and Leon Darrow. Memorials in her memory may be made to the West Burlington United Methodist Church, Route 6, Troy, PA or to the Twin Oaks Resident Activities Fund, 1100 Cowley Road, Granville Summit, PA. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Gerald W. Vickery, Jr. Funeral Home, Inc., 1093 West Main Street, Troy, Pa. –Towanda Daily Review 3/24/2014
DAVISON - Anna Amelia [SRGP 73461]
Pomeroy, Mrs. N M-died at “Hillside,” her home on West Main Street on Wednesday (1912), after an illness of several years duration. She was in her 81st year. She had resided in Troy the greater part of her life. Her funeral was conducted from her late home on Monday by her pastor, the Rev. E P Morse, who spoke impressively from the words, “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord”. He emphasized her beautiful home life, her church life, her social life, her life in sorrow, and finally her patient and exemplary life in her long and tedious sickness. She was laid away in Glenwood. Those from out of town in attendance at the funeral were: Her only sister, Mrs. B L Truman of Owego; Henry P Davison of New York; Mrs. D E Pomeroy of Englewood, NJ; Mrs. Chas Knox of Johnstown, NY; Mrs. Martin Long and daughter of Towanda; Mrs. Horton and daughter, Mrs. Williams, of Wellsboro; George McKnight and Miss Alice Smith of Elmira, and Samuel Jewell and daughter, Lorene of Elmira.
DAVISON - McKnight, Mrs. Henrietta Davison Pomeroy- [SRGP 73458] (Fri, Sept 8, 1911) died suddenly at Dr. Craigen’s private hospital in New York, at 2:30 o’clock Thursday morning. Mrs. McKnight was about 35 years old. Her marriage to Frank H McKnight, secretary of the chain of New York Banks including Morgan & Co, which financed the Chinese loan, last Sept 29th was a social event of much importance. She was a daughter of the late George B and Henrietta P Davison. In infancy, at the death of her mother, she was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. N M Pomeroy, to whom and her husband her death is a particularly crushing blow. She was a sister of Henry P Davison and Miss Mary Davison of New York. The body will arrive in Troy by special train early Friday morning, accompanied by eighteen relatives and friends from New York. The funeral will be held at the N M Pomeroy home at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery-Troy. [Also listed here under Pomeroy]
DAVISON - TRUMAN
Mrs. Sophronia Truman, formerly for many years of Troy, died Monday afternoon at her home in Owego, N.Y., aged 88 years. Mrs. Truman’s maiden name was Davison and she was born in Dryden, N.Y. Her first husband, Edwin Pomeroy, was killed a few months after their marriage. She became the wife of Judge V. M. Long, a merchant of this boro, who built and also for many years ran the Troy House. Some years after Judge Long’s death she was married to Benjamin L. Truman and became a resident of Owego. Mr. Truman died a few years ago. Mrs. Truman was a sister of the late George B. Davison and of Mrs. Samuel W. Pomeroy, Mrs. N. M. Pomeroy and of Mrs. E. S. Jewell, all deceased, of Troy. Funeral services were held yesterday in Owego and the remains were brought to Troy by special train for interment in Glenwood Cemetery. The body was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Davison and Miss Mary Davison, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Pomeroy, Mr. F. H. McKnight of New York and Dr. and Mrs. Ostrander of Lyons, N.Y., and Miss Alice Smith of Elmira. The remains were taken directly from the car to Glenwood Cemetery where the committal services were conducted by the Rev. Edward P. Morse. TGR 1916
DAY –SUSETTE O. SUMMERS, 83, went home to be with the Lord on December 18, 2003. Born September 9, 1920 in West Stewartstown, NH she was a daughter of the late Clyde and Odele “Bonney” Day. She worked at the Jones and Lawson Bond Office as an office manager, selling bonds during World War II. Her hobbies included interior decorating, reading and traveling. She lived in the Vermont/New Hampshire area for 25 years, on a farm in Pennsylvania for 25 years and in Florida for 25 years. For her final years she resided in Troy. Mrs. Summers and her husband attend the Calvary Alliance Chapel in Canton. Surviving are: her husband of 56 years, Ralph R. Summers; five children; Greg (Gloria), Petersburg, VA; Gary, Williamsport; Gail (Stanley) of Canton; Graham, Leesburg, FL; and Gene (Jeannie) of Canton; grandchildren; Shari, Mark, Olga, Sasha, Elaine, Sandy, Phil, Ginny, Andy and Amy; eight great-grandchildren; Nathan, Ariel, Tory, Breanne, Justin, Mason, Hannah and Darien; and a brother, Merton (Marcelle) Day, and sister, Gloria Thompson, both of New Hampshire. The funeral and committal services were held December 22 at the Gerald W. Vickery Jr. Funeral Home, Troy with the Rev. David McIntire officiating. Burial was in the Glenwood Cemetery in troy. –Canton Independent Sentinel
DeBULLION - Local News) Mrs. Modena deBullion Williams, the
bride of two months of Ross Williams, formerly of Troy township, died last
Friday at Oil City. The remains were brought on Saturday to the home of
Mr. Williams’ parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Williams, where the funeral services
were held on Monday, conducted by the Rev. John C. Dean. Mrs. Williams’
death is traced to the shock to her system from having been entombed for
several days in the ruins of the San Francisco earth quake of a few years
ago. She was 25 years old. Interment was in Glenwood cemetery.
(Local News) A fine addition to Glenwood cemetery fund was received the first of the week from David DeForest in a subscription of #500 in memory of his parents, Carlos M. and Elizabeth DeForest. The former is probably the only person buried in Glenwood or anywhere else in this section who was born in what a late magazine article says is today the richest agricultural country in the world, Argentina, South America. The DeForests were an old, influential and wealthy New Haven, Conn., family but it was while our townsman’s grandfather was serving as United States Consul to Buenos Aires that Carlos was born, a thorough American but still of foreign birth. The older DeForest and others of the name were potent factors in the found of Yale university in New Haven which even then was aglow with the educational fire which to this day illumines the greater part of New England. TGR 1912
DEFORREST Miss Julia-aged 59 and member of one of this section’s oldest families, died in the Sylvania home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Mosher, late Sunday evening, January 18, 1948. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David DeForrest, for many years residents of Farmers Valley. She attended the Disciple Church in Sylvania and will be missed by many friends there. Funeral services were held in the Soper Funeral Home, Troy. Rev. Glen Dewey officiating with burial in the family plot in Glenwood Cemetery.
Mosher, Pastoria DeForrest -Troy, April 1-aged 60, died at her home in Sylvania Thursday morning, April 1, 1948. In addition to her husband, Fred, she is survived by a son, William Mosher of Troy. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David DeForrest. The body is at the Soper & Vickery Funeral Parlors where services will be held Saturday. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy with Rev. Glen Dewey officiating.
DePEW - Hila D. Walcheski, age 93, of Troy, PA,
died Sunday, March 8, 2009 at the Towanda Skilled Nursing Facility, Towanda,
PA. Hila was born September 19, 1915 in Athens, PA, a daughter of Fred and
Hattie (Perry) DePew. She was the wife of the late Leigh Sickler, and John
Walcheski. Hila worked for the former Preston and Jaquish in Troy, PA. She was
a religious woman who read her Bible daily. She was a member of the Austinville
Union Church and a former member of the Rebekahs. Hila loved her family, and
was a devoted mother and grandmother. She enjoyed cooking, baking, canning,
freezing and gardening.
Hila is survived by a daughter, Elsie Collins of Troy, PA; a daughter-in-law, Teddi Sickler of Troy, PA, a son and daughter-in-law, Gary and Connie Dewey of Omaha, NE; a son and daughter-in-law, Fred and Shelley Walcheski of Troy, PA, eleven grandchildren, many great grandchildren, and 1 great great granddaughter. She was predeceased by a son, John Sickler, in 2008, eight brothers and sisters, and two grandsons. Family and friends are invited to call on Thursday, March 12, 2009 from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the Jacquelyn A. Buckheit Funeral Chapel, Crematory & Monuments, PC, 637 S. Main St., Mansfield, PA. Funeral services will be held following the viewing at 8:00 P.M. on Thursday with the Rev. Kenneth Marple officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA. Donations may be made in Hilas memory to the American Diabetes Assoc., P O Box 1838, Merrifield, VA 22116-8033, or to the Austinville Union Church, R. R. 1, Box 368, Troy, PA 16947.
DeWALT Charles Frederick DeWalt
86, of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa., died on Sunday, April 10, 2011 at the Troy Community Hospital in Troy, Pa. He was the loving husband of Melvia Martha (McKerrow) DeWalt. The couple married Oct. 20, 1924 and had 62 happy years together. Family and friends are welcome to gather from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at the Gerald W. Vickery Jr. Funeral Home Inc., 110 West Main Street, Troy, Pa. The funeral service to honor Charlie's life will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13, at the funeral home with his pastor, Rev. Chris Nauta, officiating. Burial will follow in Glenwood Cemetery with military honors given by the Troy Veterans Honor Guard. Charlie was born on Sept. 20, 1924 in Forks Township, Northampton County, Pa., son of the late Robert and Anna (Kale) DeWalt. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving in the Philippines during World War II, and was awarded the Purple Heart Medal for being wounded in combat. After the war he returned home and married Melvia and started a family. He retired from Triaires Products in the late 1970s, was a member of the Columbia Cross Roads United Methodist Church, and the Disabled American Veterans. Charlie is survived by his wife, Melvia; his children, Lillie Anna Thomas of Canton, Pa. and Wallace Mark DeWalt of Charlotte, Tenn.; his grandchildren, Timothy (Amy) Thomas, Jeffrey (Courtney) Thomas and Martha (Joshua) Watkins; his great grandchildren, Avery Watkins, Isais Watkins, Katelynn Thomas, Mathew Thomas, Elijah Thomas and Marian Watkins; his brothers, Therman DeWalt of Slatington, Pa., Aaron (Dorothy) DeWalt of Troy, Pa., Harold (Maraleen) DeWalt of Mansfield, Pa.; his sisters, Sara (Gene) Ridd of Brockport, N.Y., Orpha Jane Sellhorse of Elmira, N.Y., Anna (Harry) Bond, Jr. of Churchville, N.Y. and Ella Taylor of Macungie, Pa.; along with several nieces and nephews. Charlie was preceded in death by his parents; his son-in-law, Lester Thomas; brother-in-law, Donald Taylor; and sister-in-law Katherine DeWalt. Memorial contributions may be made in Charlie's memory to the Columbia Cross Roads United Methodist Church, Columbia Cross Roads, PA 16914. Towanda Daily Review - April 12, 2011
BURDETTE DEWEY, 80 of Painted Post, Sunday, March 17, 1963. He was a retired Ingersoll Rand employee. Survived by wife, Mrs. Maude Ludington Dewey of Troy, Pa.; daughter, Mrs. Oliver Mitchell of Troy; sister, Mrs. Edith Courtney of Sylvania; one granddaughter. Body at Vickery Funeral Home, Troy. Private funeral and committal there Tuesday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Jack Wise. Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Please omit flowers. –Elmira Star-Gazette 3/18/1963
DEWEY - VanNoy, Gertrude Dewey- (SRGP 12181) 80 of Troy, died September 30, 1988 at Troy Community Hospital. She was born February 20, 1908 in Gaines, Pa. the daughter of James Walter and Lucy Gill Dewey. She was a graduate of Galeton High School and received her BS Degree at Mansfield State Teachers College and her master’s degree from Elmira College. She taught for over 20 years in the Troy Area School District and was a member of the Retired Teachers Association. She was a member of the East Troy United Methodist Church, a volunteer at the Bradford County Manor for a number of years and a member of the West Burlington Union Grange. Mrs. VanNoy was a member of the Troy Golden Rebekah Lodge No 462 and was actively involved with the Bradford County Day Care. She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Howard J VanNoy; sons, Richard VanNoy of Etters, Pa, Bryce VanNoy of Troy; daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Merriel) Hickok of Troy, Mrs. Lyle (Laureen) Wright of Canton; 15 grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Roland (Audrey) Shepard of Gaines; sister-in-law, Helen Dewey of Baltimore, MD, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a sister, Faye VanNoy and brothers Rex Dewey and Donald Dewey. Funeral services were held October 3 at the East Troy United Methodist Church with Rev. Edward Thigpen officiating and burial to be in Glenwood Cemetery. (Daily Review 1988)
DEWEY Mrs. Orpha M. Grant
Mrs. Orpha M. Grant, whose death on Thursday evening was briefly noted last week, was a daughter of Elijah Hale Dewey and Sarah Treadwell Halstead. She was born in Monticello, N.Y., Jan. 5, 1849. In Mrs. Grant’s childhood the family moved to Elmira, and thence in 1856 to Troy, where she grew to womanhood, and was married June 29, 1870, to John H. Grant, the well known jeweler and political leader, who preceded her to the life beyond about two years ago, Mrs. Grant was a devoted wife and mother. She has been for many years a communicant and regular attendant of St. Paul’s Episcopal church. The surviving members of her family are William H. Grant of Seattle, Was., Albert H. of New York, Edwin H., Nellie L. and Edith H. Grant, Master Robert Grant of Troy, is a grandson. While long in poor health from pernicious anemia, Mrs. grant was confined to her bed only two days. The funeral was held at St. Paul’s Church at 2:30 Monday afternoon, the Rev. Charles McKnight, a former rector, and the Rev. Dean, officiating. Interment was in the family plot in Glenwood Cemetery. TGR 1911
DEWITT Homer - older son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeWitt, 53, died very suddenly Monday, July 4th, 1949, in the fishing camp of his son-in-law, Fred Weaver, near Jersey Shore, after a period of failing health. Mr. Dewitt was always interested in hunting and fishing and was a member of the Lycoming Consolidated Sportsman’s Association. He was also a member of the American Legion Post in Williamsport, the VFW and the High Street Methodist Church. He was employed for many years by the Branaka Welding Company. He is survived by his wife, Leora Tomlinson DeWitt, and three daughters, Mrs. Doris Grace, Mrs. Robert Haight, Troy and Mrs. Fred Weaver, York, Pa. He is also survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeWitt and one brother, Walter M DeWitt, Troy. Funeral services were held from the Soper and Vickery Funeral Home with Rev. S J Regester officiating. Burial in Glenwood cemetery.
DICKEY - Jane Evans, 77, of Troy, Pa., died on Monday morning, Oct. 5, 2009, at the Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre. One of five children of the late Claire and Hazel Dickey, Jane was born in Williamsport, Pa., on May 19, 1932. She was the wife of the late Henry George Evans Sr. and the mother of eight children. Jane grew up in Williamsport and graduated from Williamsport High School. In later years, she lived in the Roaring Branch, Columbia Cross Roads and Troy areas. She was employed by Eureka in Troy for many years until retiring. All who knew and loved her will remember Jane for her insight, her sometimes outspokenness and her strong will; she told it like it was. She enjoyed doing many things in life, but favorite times were spent with family. Jane was a wonderful homemaker and a talented cook and baker. She enjoyed gardening and canning, crafting and word puzzles. Surviving are: her children, Gail (Ron) Lewis of Williamsport, Ginger (Thomas) Chapman of Sayre, Georgette Barnwell of Troy, Dorothy (Dale) Perry of Columbia Cross Roads, Penny (Ken) Fulton of North Carolina, H. George Jr. (Laurie) Evans of Troy, Shawn Frey of Columbia Cross Roads and Donald Frey of Las Vegas; 19 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; a brother, Bob Dickey of Williamsport; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Also her family of caregivers at Phyl-Carol Retirement Center in Gillett. In addition to her husband George who died in 1969, Mrs. Evans was predeceased by two sisters and a brother. Family invites friends to call from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at Pepper Funeral Home in Canton. The funeral service will be at 1 p.m. with Rev. Jasper Smith officiating. Burial will follow at Glenwood Cemetery in Troy. 07 Oct. 2009, Towanda Daily Review
DICKINSON Charles E-Aged 55, died in the home of his sister, Mrs. P S King, on Sunday, January 23, 1949, after several years of failing health. He had been at the King home, confined to an oxygen tent for two years, Mr. Dickinson was, for many years, a prominent farmer of the Pisgah area and well known as a breeder of Guernsey cattle. He was a member of the West Burlington Methodist Church and Union Grange. He is survived by his wife, Jessie E Dickinson and one sister, Mrs. King. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon, January 25 from the Soper & Vickery Funeral Home. Rev. Arthur Morey with burial in Glenwood Cemetery. The funeral was one of the largest ever held in Troy.
DILLON Beverly E. (Dillon) Sherman
70, of East Troy, Pa., died on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 surrounded by her family. She was the loving wife of Richard R. "Dick" Sherman. The couple married July 16, 1960 and had 52 happy years together. The funeral service to honor Beverly's life will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012 at the East Troy United Methodist Church, on Route 6 in East Troy with her pastor, Rev. Chris Nauta, officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family in Glenwood Cemetery. The Gerald W. Vickery, Jr. Funeral Home Inc., 1093 West Main Street, Troy, Pa., has been entrusted with the arrangements. Beverly was born on March 30, 1942 in Corning, N.Y., a daughter of the late Harold Dillon and Helen (Carpenter) Dillon of Towanda, Pa. She was a Troy High School graduate, Class of 1960 where she won the "Miss Betty Crocker" award. Bev was a member of the East Troy United Methodist Church, the Troy VFW Ladies Auxiliary, and Women in the Outdoors. She was also a member of the Troy High Class 1960 Alumni committee, and even started a crocheting and knitting club. She enjoyed gardening, canning, and baking for her family because they were her top priority in life. Beverly is survived by her husband Dick and her mother Helen; her children Terri (Jim) Saks of Dalton, Pa., Sandra (Mark) Hannan of Troy, PA, Karen Sherman of Towanda, Pa. and Bob (Rachael) Sherman of East Troy, Pa.; her grandchildren: Ashlee, Amanda, Sydney, Ross, Ben, and Grace; her great-grandchildren Savannah, Logan, and Sophia; her sisters Marge Leonard of Florida, Norma (Ron) Leonard, Audrey (Joe) Smith and Linda Diore, all of Gillett, Pa.; her brother Ron (Debbie) Dillon of North Carolina, and several nieces and nephews. Her father Harold Dillon preceded her in death. Memorial contributions may be made in Beverly's memory to the East Troy United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 9543 Route 6, Troy, PA 16947. Towanda Daily Review – September 23, 2012
JANETTE MAE (DEE) DOAK, Allentown, PA, died on Thursday, August 4, 2005 in her 82nd year, the VA Hospital in Wilkes-Barre, after a brief illness. Born in West Union, West Virginia, she was the daughter of the Rev. Lawrence R. Doak and Delphia (Denning) Doak and was the stepdaughter of Gaynelle Doak, all deceased. She was a resident of Troy from 1973 to 1996. Janette known as Dee, served in the Army WAC (Women’s Army Corps), for 1956 until 1973, when she received an honorable discharge for a medical disability related to her back. Sergeant First Class (SFC) Doak was a clinical specialist, licensed practical nurse, serving with distinction and honor, including completing an overseas tour of duty in Germany from 1963 to 1965. Before enlisting in the Army, Dee worked various jobs, and during WWII was a typist with the FBI in the Department of Justice and Federal Security Agency and Public Health Service, all in Washington, D.C. area. Following military retirement, Miss Doak moved to Troy where she worked at American Silk Label, Eureka and the Martha Lloyd School. Among her many awards and citations, SFC Doak received the Army Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal and a Certificate of Achievement for outstanding performance as the non-commissioned officer in charge of the allergy clinic at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. She remembered well giving President Dwight D. Eisenhower a flue shot during her time of service there. Dee was a member of the Alba Christian Church, where she sang in the choir, prepared the newsletter and served in various capacities. She belonged to the Troy American Legion, Post 409, the Disable American Veterans, the Non-Commissioned Officers Association, and the Association of the United States Army, based in Arlington, Virginia. Dee greatly enjoyed her family throughout her life always bringing special joy to Christmas and Thanksgiving gatherings, especially when she could get home on leave from her military duty. Her Christian faith was a cornerstone of her life, with its foundation coming early through the influence of her beloved father, a Disciples of Christ pastor, known to her as “Pop” and to his grandchildren as “Poppie Doak.” She loved her poodle dogs, treating them like the children she never had. Other special interests included travel, photography and collecting clocks and other items. She is survived by two nephews, Lawrence S. Cote, married to Mary Kay Cole, of Morgantown, WV and Stephen P. Cote, married to Joyce Cote, of Lancaster, PA; and one niece, Sandra C. Cobb, married to David M. Cobb of Allentown, PA. She is also survived by a step-brother, Nathan Goff Lawson; and six step-nephews and step-nieces, Leslie Lawson Sue Lawson, Julie Dalton, Danny Young, Paul Lawson, and Virginia Lawson. Preceding Miss Doak in death were a brother, Maynard Doak, who died in childhood and a sister, Wilmadine G. “Penny” Cote. A step-sister, Virginia Young and step-brother, Robert Lawson, also her preceded her death. A funeral service celebrating her life will be held at the Vickery Funeral Home, 110 West Main Street, Troy on Saturday, August 20, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Stephen P. Cote officiating. Friends may call from 1:00 p.m. until the time of service. Interment will be at the Glenwood Cemetery, with full military honors. The family requests that donations be made in Miss Doak’s memory to the Alba Christian Church, P.O. Box 6, Alba, PA. –Canton Independent Sentinel.
DOAK Wilmadine G. (Penny) COTE, 75, of Troy, PA died Monday, March 3, 1997 at the Bradford County Manor where she was a resident. Penny was born October 27i, 1921 in Akron, OH, the first of two daughters of Lawrence and Delphia Denning Doak. Penny graduated from Benton High school in Benton, PA and Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Parkersburg, WV. During the first 22 years of her marriage, she lived in her husband’s hometown, Springfield, Ma where she worked as registered nurse. After her husband’s early retirement fro federal service in 1968 they moved to Troy, PA where Penny worked as an RN at Troy Community Hospital. Penny was a 1st Lieutenant in the US Army on active military duty in World War II during which she received several medals. She was a member of the Church of Christ (Disciples of Christ) in Canton. She is survived by her children, Dr. Lawrence S. Cote, husband of Dr. Mary Kay Cote of Dowingtown, PA, the Rev. Stephen P. Cote, husband of Joyce Cote of Lancaster, PA and Sandra C. Cobb, wife of David Cobb of Allentown, Pa; ten grandchildren; sister, Janette M. Doak, Catasauqua, PA; step-brother, Nathan Goff Lawson, Troy, PA. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, George A. Cote, December 31, 1996; a brother, Maynard Daok; step-sister, Virginia Young; step-brother, Robert Lawson, Troy, PA. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, George A. Cote, December 31, 1996; a brother, Maynard Doak; step-sister, Virginia Young; step-brother, Robert Lawson. Funeral services were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in troy on March 6 with the Rev. David B. Morris officiating and interment to be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA, with military honors, Pallbearers were Lawrence Cote, Stephen Cote, David Cobb, Mark Cote, Andrew Cote, Jonathan Cote and Timothy Cote. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Church of Christ (Disciples of Christ) East Union St. at Minnequa Ave., Canton, PA 17724 or the Bradford County Manor, RR 3, Box 322, Troy, PA 16947. Troy Gazette Register
DOBBINS – Elizabeth Hunt died in Troy aged 67 years.
[ 2 Feb. 1811- 20 Apr. 1878; wife of Joseph Predmore Hunt] There are 2 Elizabeth Hunts in this cemetery. [d/o John Dobbina & Rebecca McKean]
Packard, Mrs. Nora Dobbins-Troy, Aug 21- 80, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Seeley, at Troy 2:30 am Aug 21, (1947) Widow of the late Lewis Packard. She had been confined to her wheel chair for the past four years. She was a member of the Church of Christ. She was also survived by another daughter, Mrs. Ralph Packard of Granville Smt, and nine grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral was held August 23 at the Soper Funeral Home. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery.
DOBBINS - PACKARD, Nora Dobbins Mrs. (Mrs. Lewis Packard)
widow - died at home of daughter, Mrs. Earl Seeley, Thurs., Aug. 21, 1947 - in wheelchair for 4 years - member of Church of Christ - funeral at Soper Funeral Home, Troy, Sat. Aug. 23 - Glenwood Cemetery - survivors: two daughters, Mrs. Earl Seeley and Mrs. Ralph Packard, both of Granville Summit (most likely Canton Independent-Sentinel, issue date unknown)
DOBBINS - Mrs Sarah Dobbins Palmer
Mrs. Sarah Dobbins Palmer departed this life Monday, September 3rd, after a prolonged illness of three and one half years. Mrs. Palmer was born July 29th, 1820, within a short distance from the place where she died. All her long life, except a few years spent in Towanda and Granville, was lived in the community where she died. At the age of 24 she was married to Norman Palmer, whom she survived seven years. Shortly after her marriage she united with the church and has since lived a consistent Christian life. She was the mother of five children, all of whom were taken from her by death early in life, save one; Mrs. James VanBuskirk, who survives her mother. Mrs. Palmer was the last of a family of ten and the last of the circle of young people who lived in her community in the early part of this rapidly passing century. Her quiet and godly life, and her strong faith in her last days in the God who had succored her in earlier days of sorrow and affliction, was an inspiration to all who knew her, and a comfort to those mourning her death. The sympathy of the church and community goes out to the daughter, Mrs. James VanBuskirk, and granddaughter, Mrs. Herman Slingerland, in their bereavement. TGR 1900
DODGE - HICKS, Aileen Martina
Age 90, of Coudersport, PA, died Wednesday, February 25, 2009, at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital in Coudersport. Born on July 28, 1918 in Matamoras, PA, she was the daughter of Loren and Katherine (Martin) Dodge. On September 13, 1940 in Pocono Mts., PA, she married Russell C. Hicks who died on January 10, 2003. Surviving are two sons, two daughters, nine grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren, one brother, one sister and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and two sisters. Friends and family are invited to attend Aileen's Life Celebration on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at the Fickinger Funeral Home of Coudersport, PA. Funeral and committal services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday at the funeral home with The Reverend Thomas Shatto officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery in Troy, PA. Memorial contributions in Aileen's memory may be made to the American Heart Association or to the Alzheimer's Association. Published in the Star-Gazette on 2/27/2009
DORSETT Howard Ernest
Age 78, of Mansfield, PA, Saturday, Aug 16, 1969. Friends may call at the Shaw and Robena Funeral Home, Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. Funeral there Tuesday at 1 pm, the Rev. Harry Sagar. Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA. Survived by wife, Nellie Smith Dorsett; daughter, Mrs. Alene Dorsett Lovejoy of Ithaca; son, Lane Howard of Liverpool, NY; brother, Edward C. Dorsett of Lime Rock, Conn.; six grandchildren. Mr. Dorsett was a veteran of World War I; member of Mansfield Methodist Church; Masonic Lodge, Monroeton, PA; I.O.O.F. of Mansfield; American Legion Austin Cox Post
DORSETT – Howard E. Dorsett, 78, (SRGP 14799) Mansfield, a retired teacher, died Saturday, Aug. 16, 1969, at his home. Mr. Dorsett had taught school for many years in Bradford County. A veteran of World War I, he was a member of Austin Cox Post, American Legion; the Odd Fellows Lodge here and the Masonic Lodge in Monroeton. He was a member of the Mansfield United Methodist Church. Born Jan. 1, 1891, in Lambs Creek, Richmond Twp., he was the son of Edward B. and Catherine Cruttenden Dorsett. Surviving are his wife, Nellie Smith Dorsett; a daughter, Mrs. Alene Lovejoy, Ithaca, NY; a son. Lane Howard Dorsett, Liverpool, NY; a brother, Edward C. Dorsett of Lime Rock, Conn.; and 6 grandchildren. The funeral was held at 1 PM Tuesday at Shaw & Robena Funeral Home in Mansfield. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. The Rev. Harry Sagar officiated. – Wellsboro Gazette, 21 Aug. 1969, p.12
DRAKE MARGARET D. “PEG” ROGERS, 79, Metuchen, NJ, died, January
30, 2005, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Metuchen on
October 12, 1925. Peg made her home in Troy with her family in
1974. She lived with her daughter Ruth and son-in-law, Fred in
Phillipsburg, NJ, before returning to Metuchen in 2003 to live with her son
Denis and daughter-in-law, Lynn. One of the constant joys in was her 40
grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Surviving are daughters,
Kathleen, Ruth (Fred), Gerrianne, Lisa (Bill), Jeanne (Larry) and Aimee (Bill);
her sons, Timothy (Donna), Robert (Debbie), Denis (Lynn), Mark (Terri), John
(Karen), Richard (Stacy) and James (Symantha); son-in-law, Steven Hansen; her
grandchildren, Mike, Melanie (Servando), Laura, Kim (Pete), Freddie (Margie),
Skye, Jim, Kate, Meg, Corey, Renee, Brenda (Sahthosh), Will, Brett, Nick, Brad,
Lindsey, Max, Dan, Emille, Kay, Kerri, Andrew, Chrisptopher, Karli, Rachel,
Meghan, Seldon, Robert, Madison, Vendela, Savannah, James Calvin, Serena,
Sadie, Sophia, Allyson, Olivia, Wyatt and Adrianna; great-grandchildren,
Abigail, Nicole and Matthew; a special brother-in-law, Wava O. Gammell; special
niece and nephews Suzie (Bill), Billy (Arlene), David (Teresa) and their
families; and several other-in-laws, nieces and nephews. She was
predeceased by her husband, Robert, March 5, 1986, and her sister, Ruth
Gammell, May 2003. There will be visitation with the family from 6 to 8
p.m. on Wednesday, February 2nd at the First Baptist Church of Troy.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on February 3rd at the First Baptist
Church with the Rev. Garry Zuber officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood
Cemetery, Troy. Arrangements are by the Costello-Runyon Funeral Home,
Metuchen, NJ. –Canton Independent Sentinel.