Reading a series of obituaries from a single cemetery, as they are presented here, is like reading the multi-generational history of a community. These people were the local populace at a particular time. The people buried here knew each other, were neighbors, relatives and school mates. They attended church together and engaged in "trade" or business. All people are listed in alphabetic order by surname at BIRTH. Women identified by a married alias only and for whom a birth surname can not be identified, are listed on the last page for the cemetery's obituaries.
LaMAY Cynthia M. (Cindy) Wetherbee
Age 86, Wellsboro, died July 30, 2007. She was the wife of Ralph D. Wetherbee. Cindy was born April 3, 1921 in Fort Covington, NY, the daughter of the late David and Mary Ann Patterson LaMay. Surviving are her husband; daughters, Patricia (Tim) Wilson and Pamela Mulder (Robert Webster); son, Stanley "Sandy" (Sue) Bencus; four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren. Friends and family are invited to Cindy's Life Celebration on Thursday, August 2, 2007, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA, and on Friday, August 3, 2007, from 10:00-11:00 a.m. Funeral on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery. If desired, memorials in her memory may be sent to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Pearl Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901. Published in the Star-Gazette on 7/31/2007.
LAMBERT Emma Agnes Sabin
Mrs. Emma Agnes Sabin, 95, former Stony Fork resident, died Sunday, Sept. 26, 1954, in Miami, Fla. She is survived by one son, Charles E. of Watertown, NY; one daughter, Mrs. Herman Scofield, Miami, Fla.; three grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Services were Wednesday at the funeral home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, with the Rev. Alfred Gross, pastor of the Wellsboro Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery. - Wellsboro Agitator, September 1954
LAMBORN – Clyde John Lamborn, 59, of Wellsboro, died March 11, 2007 at his home. He was the husband of Carol Kost Lamborn whom he married in 2003. Clyde was born in Hershey, the son of the late Clyde K. and Ethel Rose Lamborn. He was a mill operator for Alcoa Manufacturing for 33 years, and attended the Trinity Lutheran Church in Wellsboro. He was a member of the VFW, American Legion, and the Log Hollow Hunting/Sprotsmen’s Club. He was an avid storyteller, and enjoyed snowmobiling, camping, hunting, boating and Indy and NASCAR RACING. Clyde was a Navy veteran during Vietnam. Surviving are his wife, Carol; sons, Kyle of Washington, DC, Joel of Harrisburg; step-son, Robert Kost of LaPlata, MD; sister, Charlotte McDade and her husband, Marshall of Palmyra; three nephews; two nieces. Friends and family are invited to attend Clyde’s Life Celebration on Thursday, March 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main St, Wellsboro. Funeral service to follow at 1 p.m. with Rev. Peter DeVantier officiating. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery. If desired, memorials may be sent in his memory to the American Cancer Society, 1948 East Third St., Williamsport, PA 17701. – Mansfield Gazette, 14 March 2007
HARVEY B. LEACH is the only child of Myron and Emeline (Colgrove) Leach, and was born in Chatham township, Tioga county, Pennsylvania, May 20, 1860. His paternal grandfather, Dr. Harvey leach, was one of the early settlers and pioneer physicians of Chatham township............. Mr. Leach was married November 16, 1886, to Irene L. Wheeler, a daughter of Julius C. and Emily E. Wheeler, of Wellsboro. To this union three children have been born, viz: Earl, Myrtle, deceased, and Walter.
LEASE - Mabel A. Bartholomew
Mabel A. Bartholomew, age 69, of Lawrenceville, died Monday, October 16, 1972 at St. Joseph’s Hospital. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Tussey Funeral Home with Rev. William R. Lusk officiating. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to the Northern Tier Children’s Home. She is survived by husband, Lee A. Bartholomew of Lawrenceville; daughter, Mrs. Robert Keck of Lawrenceville; stepson, Clayton Bartholomew of Tonawanda, N.Y.; four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was a member of the Lawrenceville United Methodist Church and WSCS. (you have listed the obituary for Mabel Bartholomew and would like to know her surname at Birth. I believe she was born Mabel A. Lease, daughter of Charles and Cora Lease. Charles: Year of Immigration: 1899 from Italy; 1910 Census living in Davidson, Sullivan, Pennsylvania; 1920 Census married to George Houseknecht and living with her parents. Still in Davidson, Sullivan, Pennsylvania; 1930 Census she is divorced and living with her Aunt and Uncle with child Margaret Houseknecht in Nippenose, Lycoming, Pennsylvania; Hope this helps, Joyce. All my Best, Gary Butler)
LeVAN, Donald B. - Donald B. LeVan age 80 of Osceola, Pa. passed away March 24, 2017 at home with his loving family at his side. He was born Mar. 21, 1937 in Swedesboro, NJ. the son of Daniel E. and Muriel Kessler LeVan. He graduated from Wellsboro High School, Class of 1955. He attended Wyoming Seminary and Lycoming College and graduated from State University of New York at Alfred, where he earned his A.A.S. in Dairy Manufacturing. Don proudly served in the US Army as a veterinary food inspector from 7/1961 – 7/1962 and attended the US Army Medical Service Meat and Dairy Hygiene School in Chicago, IL. After the service in Aug. 1962 – Dec. 1963, Don started working for the Tyoga Farms Dairy in Wellsboro as the assistant plant manager, where he developed and implemented cottage cheese process. In Jan. 1964 – Dec. 1966 he worked for the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, Consumer and Marketing Service, Dairy Division, New York, NY as the Agricultural Commodity Grader; Grading and certification of dairy products according to federal standards and regulations and made sanitary inspections at processing and repackaging plants. From Dec. 1966 – Apr. 1974 he worked for OAKITE PRODUCTS, INC. (A manufacturer of industrial cleaning compounds) as manager of Food Industries Division Berkeley Heights, NJ; he was responsible for sales, marketing and technical troubleshooting, nationally and internationally. Developed and supervised sales promotions to technical sales representatives for food, meat, beverage, dairy and canning industries. Analyzed market potential and designed sales strategies. Trained personnel in food processing sanitation and basic manufacturing. Conducted plant sanitation surveys and audits, resolved customer problems and acted as technical liaison with advertising department. He authored numerous technical articles for food industry publications as well as presentations to plant sanitation groups. In Apr 1974 – May 1990 he worked for OAKLEY SERVICES COMPANY, A division of Oakite Products, Inc., Manager, Scotia, NY Branch, where he was in charge of daily operations, sales and employee relations for industrial manufacturing/institutional cleaning and maintenance service. Prepared bids and proposals for mid to large sized companies throughout the eastern U.S., such as Gorton Corp., Olin Corp., Sterling Drug, John Deere Corp., General Electric Company, and Allied Signal, Bendix Div. Full profit/loss responsibility. Prepared budgets and all operational reports. Handled union and non-union employee relations. Directly responsible for up to 45 employees. He maintained consistently high return on sales, 18% - 20%, over sixteen years. From Aug 1990 until his retirement he worked for RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, Troy, NY as manager, Environmental Service Department; (Assistant Director, Houston Field House, 9/92 - Present). He was in charge of a staff of 70 and three supervisors responsible for cleaning and maintenance of facilities. Prepare and administer a $1.5 million inventory budget. Oversee purchasing, inventory control, and program development. Handle all personnel relations; Reorganized department and purchasing procedures resulting in a $150K reduction in budget in the first year. Implemented new procedures to better utilize staff resulting in additional labor savings. Promoted to Assistant Director of the RPI Field House with responsibility for the logistical planning and support functions for special events. Implemented plan to reduce energy cost through lighting upgrades. For the past 15 years, Don enjoyed rural life on Windy Ridge, his big red tractor and his truck. Don was a member, usher and former church trustee of the Osceola United Methodist Church. He also attended the Cowanesque Valley Men's Prayer breakfast when his health would allow him to. He enjoyed water skiing, boating, swimming, snowmobiling, playing and watching high school and college basketball and loved watching football. He was a musician and singer. Don loved his dogs and cats and his favorite past time was food and eating with family and friends and loved chocolate. He is survived by his wife Edna, they are currently in their 53rd. year of marriage. children, Judy (Michael) LeVan Fram, Brooklyn, NY., Daniel (Leslie) LeVan, Boxford, Ma., Jill (Michael) Ostrowski, Westtown, NY., grandchildren, Adam, Marisa, Alexis, Nicolette, Cassienne, Tyler, Jenny, sisters, Eunice Yanoviak, Milton, Pa., Joan (Arlan) Keller, Palmyra, Pa., sister in law, Nancy LeVan, Rocklin, Ca., several nieces, nephews and cousins. Don was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Daniel "Jay" LeVan. Friends are invited to call Saturday April 29, 2017 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. at the Osceola United Methodist Church, Don's memorial service will follow at 3:00 pm. Interment with full military honors will be in Wellsboro Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Parkinson Foundation, 200 SE. 1st. St., Suite 800, Miami, FL. 33131 (www.parkinson.org) Arrangements are in care of Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland, Pa. – Williamsport Sun-Gazette, 27 March 2017
LEWIS Anna Marie
Wellsboro Agitator - December 14, 1921
Mrs. Anna Maria Lewis March, aged nearly 82 years, widow of the late Charles Huston March, died last Wednesday morning about 8 o'clock at her home on Waln street, after a long and painful illness. She had been in very poor health for several years. Her death is mourned by a host of friends. She was born at Yardley, Bucks county, Pa., in January, 1840, and was married to Charles March, of Middlebury, August 22, 1861, at her home in Yardley. Mr. and Mrs. March went to Philadelphia but, in 1872, they came to Middlebury township to reside; later they came to Wellsboro. Charles March died at his home on Grant Street, September 17, 1909. Mrs. March is survived by three of her nine children, Prof. J. George March, Assistant County Superintendent of Schools; Miss Susan March, and Miss Louise March, a member of the firm of Mathers & March, alll of Wellsboro. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Susan Williams, of Trenton, N.J., and three brothers. The funeral was held at her late home at 2:30 Saturday afternoon, Rev. M. S. Blair, pastor of the Church of Christ, and Rev. D. R. Evans, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating; interment in the Wellsboro cemetery. (Tombstone reads Annie Maria)
LEWIS, Leland E Age 96, of 11893 Route 6, Wellsboro, died Saturday, October 23, 2004, at his residence. He was born March 6, 1908 in Morris, a son of Morris Wayne and Mabel Butters Lewis. He and his wife, the former Verna Scheeley were married March 30, 1929 in Spring Valley, NY. Leland was a graduate of Charleston High School. He was a garage owner and Hudson dealer and he was the founder of Lewis Mobil Home Sales in Wellsboro. He retired in 1972. Leland was a member of First Baptist Church, former member of the Wellsboro Lions Club, a 50 year member of the Ossea Lodge #317 F. &A.M., and a member of the Coudersport Consistory. He is survived by his wife of 75 years, Verna S. Lewis; a son, Donald E. (Joan) Lewis of Wellsboro; a grandson, Scott E. (Tami) Lewis; a granddaughter, Cathy (Timothy) Driebelbies; and five great-grandchildren. A celebration of Leland's life will begin with a viewing on Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main St., Wellsboro. Services will be held on Tuesday at 11:00 at the funeral home with his Pastor, Rev. Jeffrey McCleary, officiating. Interment will be held at Wellsboro Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Laurel Home Health/Hospice, 24 Walnut St., Wellsboro, or to First Baptist Church, 25 Central Ave., Wellsboro.
LEWIS Marietta A.
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA -- Wednesday, May 25, 1921, Pg 1
Mrs. Marietta A. Lewis Bullard, aged 86 years, widow of the late Massena A. Bullard, who died about 20 years ago, died May 19, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Conevery, of Water Street. She was born April 15, 1835, daughter of the late Rankin and Marietta A. Lewis(???), and was married to Massena Bullard May 9, 1854. She is survived by two children, Mrs. Helen E. Conevery of Wellsboro, and Frank J. Bullard of Hagerstown, Maryland; also by the following grandchildren -- Mrs. H W Gaither, Harry M Seeley, Mrs. Sarah K. Seely, Mrs. John E. Towner, Fred G. Seely and Lewis S. Seely of New York City and Mrs Charles Erway of Wellsboro. The funeral was held Sunday afteernoon at three o'clock, Rev J W Torkington, rector of St Paul's Episcopal church, of which deceased was a member officiating; interment in the Wellsboro Cemetery.
LIBBY, Florence Borden – Mrs. William R. Borden, aged 45 years, died suddenly last Wednesday afternoon about four o’clock at her home on Charleston street. She had been in poor health for the past two years or more and only recently returned from the Steuben Sanitarium at Hornell, N.Y., where she had been receiving treatment for some time. Mrs. Borden was beloved by all who know her and her death is mourned by a host of friends. She is survived by her husband. She was born Oct. 19, 1874, in Middlebury, daughter of the late Joseph and Phebe Kimball Libby. The funeral was held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock; burial iin the Wellsboro cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 26 November 1919.
LLOYD - Mrs. Mary L. Gerow [SRGP 84943], aged 43 years, wife of Joseph Gerow, of Charleston, died last Thursday evening about 6 o'clock. She was born in Wellsboro, Sept. 5, 1881, a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George W. Lloyd. She is survived by her husband and four children, Marjorie, Lloyd, DeRoy and Lyle; by her father; one sister, Mrs. Frances Johnson of Rochester; and a brother, DeRoy Lloyd of Sheffield, PA. The funeral was held Sunday, interment in the Wellsboro cemetery. -Wellsboro Agitator, December 18, 1924
LLOYD Thomas Wilson
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA -Thur., July 28, 1960, Pg 4
Thomas Wilson Lloyd, 81, of 85 East Avenue, Wellsboro, died on Thursday, July 21, 1960 at the home of his daughter in Woodbridge, NJ. He was born December 29, 1878 at Lloyd, PA, the son of Jacob and Martha Lloyd. He was a member of the Wellsboro Methodist Church and he served for over 25 years as custodian of the Wellsboro High School. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Earl Gehman of Woodbridge, NJ; three sons: Manford of Mansfield; Gordon W. of Canton; and Robert F., of Cincinnati, Ohio; 13 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2pm Monday, the Rev. Donald D. Cronk of the Mansfield Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in the Wellsboro Cemetery.
LLOYD, William Laverne – William Laverne Lloyd, aged 23 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Lloyd, of Blackwells, died at 3 a.m., April 1, at the Steuben Sanitarium at Hornell, N.Y., where he had been receiving treatment for several weeks. He is survived by his parents and one brother, Raymond. He was a graduate of the Mansfield Normal School and was formerly principal of the Charleston High School. He was for some time in the U.S. service, assigned to duty as a chemist in the gas section, stationed at Washington, D.C. He was a most estimable young man and his death is mourned by a host of friends. The remains were brought to Wellsboro Saturday afternoon for interment. Wellsboro Agitator, 9 April 1919.
LLOYD, William Laverne – William Laverne Lloyd, aged 23 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Lloyd, of Blackwells, died April 1, at the Steuben Sanitarium at Hornell, N.Y., where he had been receiving treatment for several weeks. He is survived by his parents and one brother, Raymond. He was a graduate of the Mansfield Normal School and was formerly principal of the Charleston High School. He was for some time in the U.S. service, assigned to duty as a chemist in the gas section, stationed at Washington, D.C. He was a most estimable young man and his death is mourned by a host of friends. His work as a government chemist was mostly along experimental lines, seeking methods and means for counteracting enemy gasses. In this line of duty was one of 12 men who volunteered to open and investigate German gas bombs and shells, as extremely hazardous undertaking with a huge ratio of chances against success. Soon after doing this work his health began to decline, due to the nervous strain as well as from fumes of the gasses, against some of which masks were of little benefit at close quarters. Wellsboro Agitator, 16 April 1919. (picture included also)
LONG - Death of Philander Long.
Philander Long, a retired merchant of Wellsboro, and a brother of M. J. Long of this place, died on Saturday afternoon of last week, at the age of 69 years. When death overtook him he was seated in the office of the Wellsboro Republican Advocate reading a newspaper. He was in usual health at the time of his death and the end came as easily as dropping to sleep. Mr. Long was born in Burlington township, this county, and when he grew to manhood he engaged in business there with is father and brothers until 1869, when he moved to New Britian, Conn. In 1875 he came to Wellsboro, where he was engaged in trade till 1891, when he retired from business.—Reporter Journal. TGR 1900
LOSEY Anna Louise
Wellsboro Gazette, Tioga, PA - Thurs., June 1, 1967, Pg 8
Mrs. Raymond Tipple -- Mrs Anna Louise Tipple, 70, of Crooked Creek, RD1, died Saturday [5/27/1967] at her home. She was the wife of Raymond P. Tipple. She was born October 25, 1896 in Charleston Township, the daughter of John and Frances Fleitz Losey. She was a member of the Charleston Baptist Church. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two brothers, John F. of Connellsville, Ind. and Ellsworth W. of Tunkhannock, PA; one sister, Mrs. Ernestine Sebolt of Coudersport. Funeral services were Monday at the Tussey Funeral Home, the Rev. Richard Brasser officiating. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery.
GAZETTE, WELLSBORO PA; Thursday, March 7, 1974; p.18
Eber (Pat) Losinger, 70, of Wellsboro RD 3, died Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974, in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital.He was born at Marsh Creek, Tioga County, on Mar. 8, 1903, a son of John and Martha Wood Losinger.Mr. Losinger was a retired mechanic.Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Lovell; a son, Louis, of Towanda; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Austin, of Wellsboro RD 2; two sister, Mrs. Nina Wilcox, of Wellsboro, and Mrs. Margaret Wilcox, of Wellsboro RD 3; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.The funeral was held Thursday at the Tussey Funeral Home, 139 Main Street. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery.The Rev. George J. Niles, a Baptist minister, officiated.
Eber (Pat) Losinger, 70, of Wellsboro RD 3, died Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974, in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. He was born at Marsh Creek, Tioga County, on March , 1903, a son of John and Martha Wood Losinger. Mr. Losinger was a retired mechanic. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Lovell; a son, Louis of Towanda; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Austin, of Wellsboro RD 2; two sisters, Mrs. Nina Wilcox, of Wellsboro, and Mrs. Margaret Wilcox, of Wellsboro RD 3, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Thursday at the Tussey Funeral Home, 139 Main Street. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery. The Rev. George J. Niles, a Baptist minister, officiated.
LOSINGER, Eber (Pat), age 70, of RD 2, Wellsboro, Pa., Tuesday, Feb. 26, 1974 at the Soldiers and Sailors Hospital, Wellsboro. Friends may call at the Tussey Funeral Home, Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service there Thursday at 2 p.m., the Rev. George Niles, officiating. Burial Wellsboro Cemetery. Survived by wife, Helen Lovell Losinger of RD 3 Wellsboro; daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Veronica) Austin of RD 2, Wellsboro; son, Louis Losinger of Towanda, three brothers, Kenneth, Floyd, and Richard all of RD 4, Wellsboro; two sisters, Mrs. Nina Wilcox of Wellsboro, Mrs. Margaret Wilcox of RD 3, Wellsboro; five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was a retired mechanic.
LOSINGER LYDIA SATTERLY
MRS. CHARLES SATTERLEY, aged 27, died at her home, 59 German street, about 10 o'clock Monday morning after a two weeks' illness, of typhoid fever. She contracted the disease while at Faulkner's camp, up Asaph run, where Mr. Satterley. was employed In the woods. There have been many cases -of typhoid fever originating in that locality. Mrs. Satterley, whose maiden name was Lydia Losinger, was married on April 5th, 1905. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Losinger, of Delmar, who, with her husband and four brothers survive her. They are : Messrs. John, Arthur and Frank Losinger of Delmar, and James Losinger, of Shippen. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. F. W. Reynolds officiating: burial in the Wellsboro cemetery. The deceased was a good woman and was highly esteemed by her many friends. Her untimely death is mourned by. All who knew her. Wellsboro Agitator 10-17-1906.
LOSINGER, Sandra J. - Sandra J. (Losinger) Reynolds, 72, of Wellsboro, passed away peacefully at her home on January 5, 2018. She married Gary Joe Reynolds of Wellsboro on November 10, 1979, they shared 38 years of marriage together. Sandra was born in Troy, PA on October 23, 1945, the daughter of the late Cecil and Anna (Smith) Losinger. Sandra worked as a secretary for 30 years at Mansfield University, retiring in 2002. She was also a former member of the Little Marsh United Methodist Church. She will be remembered for her kind-hearted nature, as she would much rather do for others than herself. Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Gary Joe Reynolds of Wellsboro; son, Randy (Lynnette) Burton of Mansfield, PA; 4 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren; brother, Howard (Denise) Losinger of Covington, PA; sisters, Annette Wakley of Painted Post, NY and Lillian Losinger of Holtwood, PA; step-son, Jason (Stephanee) Reynolds; several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Sandra was preceded in death by her brothers, Cecil Losinger and Lloyd Losinger. A receiving of family and friends will be held on Monday, January 8, 2018 from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, Ltd., 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901. Sandra’s funeral service will follow at 6:00 PM, with pastor T.J. Freeman officiating. Burial will take place in Wellsboro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in Sandra’s name to Susquehanna Home Care & Hospice 32-36 Central Ave. 3rd Floor., Wellsboro PA 16901 - Mansfield Gazette, 11 January 2018
LOVELL – Fred Lowell, 84, of Wellsboro RD3, died Thursday morning at the Blossburg State Hospital. He was born in Tioga County, April 10, 1870, the son of Eli and Margaret Gitchell Lovell. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Eber Losinger, Wellsboro RD3; one stepson, Otis Peake, San Berdino, Calif.; one brother, Gale Lovell, Wellsboro RD3; two grandchildren, five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held Saturday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. David Burrows officiating. Burial was in the Wellsboro cemetery. – Wellsboro Agitator, July 1954
LUDLAM Donald F. (Rusty) Ludlam
age 77, of East Lake Rd., Hammondsport, NY, formerly of Wellsboro, PA died December 17, 1998 at Robert Packer Hospital Sayre, PA. He was the husband of Betty Maynard Ludlam, whom he married September 21, 1947. He was born November 11, 1921 in Wellsboro, Pa, the son of the late Harold E. and Helen Cruttenden Ludlam. He was a graduate of the Wellsboro High School, Class of 1939. He worked for the Corning Glass Works, retiring after 39 years of service and was an Industrial and Process Control Engineer. He was inducted into the Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame on June 27, 1986 for Basketball and Baseball. He was a US Marine Veteran during World War II, serving in Okinawa. He is survived by his wife, Betty Maynard Ludlam of Hammondsport, NY; daughter and son-in-law, Debra and Richard Flood of Rochester, NY; 2 grandsons: Brett E. Flood and Darren L. Flood. Friends may call at the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA on Monday, December 21, 1998 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM. Funeral there at 11:00 AM with the Rev. Fred Hickok officiating. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery. Family will provide flowers. If desired, Memorials may be sent to Robert Packer Hospital Memorial Program, Guthrie Square, Sayre, PA. 18840
LUNDGREN Carl Frederick
Wellsboro Gazette - November 10, 1960
Carl Frederick Lundgren, 58, of 12 Austin Street, Wellsboro, died November 2, 1960 at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. He was born October 23, 1902, in Wellsboro, the son of Swan and Elizabeth Peterson Lundgren. He had been employed by Corning Glass Works in Wellsboro for over 34 years.Surviving are his wife, Mrs.Charlotte Lundgren; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lundgren of Washington, D. C.; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Church of Addison; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Jean Rumsey of Wellsboro; a brother, Arthur L.Lundgren of Wellsboro; two sisters, Mrs. Edward Bailey of Edmeston, N. Y., and Miss Elizabeth Lundgren of Washington, and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 139 Main Street, the Rev. Gordon Abrams of the First Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in the Wellsboro Cemetery.
LUTHER Margaret Lundgren
Wellsboro Gazette - February 8, 1951
A tragic death occurred here Tuesday morning, when in a brief period of temporary insanity, Margaret Luther Lundgren, 48-year-old wife of Carl Lundgren, procured an Army pistol and took her own life. The occurrence, no doubt, was caused by the building up of a despondency over poor health which she had suffered for the past year. She seemed in better spirits on Tuesday morning and had enjoyed bright conversation with her 15 year-old daughter, Barbara before she left for school. Mr. Lundgren left for a meeting at the Corning Glass Works, where he is employed, returning to the home on Jackson street about an hour and a half later at ll:30 and found his wife lying at the foot of the stairs dead from a bullet wound. Margaret Luther Lundgren was' born in Wellsboro on October 10, 1903, the daughter of the late Herbert Luther and Alice Holden Luther. She had spent practically all her life in this vicinity and had ! been employed for 20 years at Corning Glass Works until about a year ago when she was prevented from working by poor health. Besides her husband and daughter, she is survived by three sisters: Mrs. Carrie Anderson, of Painted Post; Mrs. Alice Ryan, of Elmira and Mrs. Ada Hopper, of Congers,N.Y.; and her stepmother, Mrs. Rue Luther, of Cone street. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Johnson & Tussey Funeral Home by the Rev. C. W. Sheriff, pastor of the First Baptist Church of which Mrs. Lundgren was a member. According to Dr Harry Williams Tioga County coroner, death was the result of a self inflicted gunshot wound.
LYERLA, Shirley M. - Shirley M. (Lyerla) Ferguson, 80, of Wellsboro, died on Thursday, March 30, 2017. She was born on Nov. 9, 1936, a daughter of the late Cecil and Evelyn (Davis) Lyerla and was the wife of 60 years of William C. "Bill" Ferguson. Shirley loved spending time with her family and enjoyed golf. She is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Joye and Doug Mosher of Martinsburg, W.Va., Tina and Dave Mead of Wellsboro, Gina and Dan Cooper of Wellsboro; brothers and sister-in-law, David Lyerla of Wisc., Bruce and Debbie Lyerla of Ill.; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a brother, Carroll Lyerla. A private family service was held on Saturday, April 1, at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc. www.carletonfh.com Wellsboro. Interment was in the Wellsboro Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Susquehanna Home Health Hospice, 24 Walnut St. Wellsboro. - Mansfield Gazette, 5 April 2017
LYNCH Edith M - MRS. EDITH BALDWIN
Wellsboro Agitator - Thursday, 6 Nov 1958
Funeral services for Mrs. Edith M. Baldwin were held at 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, Saturday afternoon at 1:30, with the Rev. Albert Clark officiating. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery. Mrs. Baldwin, of Buffalo, N. Y., formerly of Wellsboro, died in Buffalo Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1958.
LYON – Henry Lyon, aged 82 years, died July 10  at the home of his son, Arthur Lyon, with whom he resided. He was born at Niles Valley August 14, 1838, son of Joseph E. and Martha Lyon, His six children are: Arthur; Mrs. Jesse Compton; Mrs. Vern Borden of Charleston; Will of Jersey Shore; Leola and May, deceased. He had 22 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. He was of the best Christian character and bore his sufferings very patiently. The funeral was held last Monday; burial in the Wellsboro cemetery, Rev. C.W. MacGeorge officiating. – Wellsboro Agitator, July 21, 1920, p1
MACK E. Neal
94, of Fallbrook Road, Troy, PA, diedThursday, December 4, 2008, at the Bradford County Manor. He was the loving husband of the late Carolyn E. (Smart) Mack who diedon January 22, 2001. Family and friends are welcome to gather from 9:00-10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 8, 2008, at the Gerald W. Vickery, Jr. Funeral Home, Inc., 110 W. Main Street, Troy, PA. The funeral service to honor Neal's life will be held at 10:00 on Monday, December 8th, at the funeral home with Rev. Garry Zuber officiating. Burial will follow the service in Wellsboro Cemetery, Wellsboro, PA. Neal was born on September 1, 1914 in Wellsboro, PA, the son of the late Everett W. and May (Smith) Mack. He was a graduate of Wellsboro High School and also Penn State University. Neal was a teacher for the Troy Area School District for over thirty years, teaching agriculture, shop and science at Troy High School. For many years he was manager of the Troy Fair, was a track official for the Pennsylvania Harness Racing Commission, and was a member of the Pennsylvania Association of County Fairs for over 30 years. He was a member of the Troy Lions Club, and loved spending time at his camp along Pine Creek in Tioga County. Neal is survived by his son, Alfred N. (Kathryn C.) Mack of Corning, NY; his grandchildren, Andrew Neal (Logan) Mack of Fulton, NY, and Jessica (Florian) Zink of Pittsburgh, PA; along with two nephews. Neal is preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Carolyn; and his brother, Richard Mack. Contributions may be made in Neal's memory to the Troy Area School District Foundation, 310 Elmira St., Troy, PA 16947 or to the charity of one's own choosing. Published in the Star-Gazette from 12/5/2008 - 12/6/2008
EVERITT WILLIAM MACK, 70 of Pearl St., Wellsboro died suddenly at his cottage on Pine Creek Saturday (Sept. 3, 1949) at 11 p.m. Surviving are his wife, May Smith Mack of Wellsboro; two sons, Richard of Troy, N.Y. and E. Neal of Troy, Pa.; a brother, James Mack of Bradley, Ill.; a sister, Mrs. Josephine Johnson of Marion, Ill.; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at the family home. Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Robert W. L. Mark. Burial in the Wellsboro Cemetery. –Elmira Star-Gazette 9/6/1949
MACK - Minnie May Mack
Minnie Mack Died Saturday at Gettysburg. Beloved High School Teacher, Librarian was 70 years old; Funeral Yesterday. Miss Minnie M. Mack , 70, prominent teacher in Wellsboro and Williamsport schools for most of the last 50 years, died suddenly Saturday night at a Gettysburg Hospital. Ill since May, Miss Mack was on her way from the Greenville, Tennessee sanitariam to visit friends at Gardners, near Gettysburg,when she was stricken. After 20 continuous years as a high racking member of the Wellsboro High School faculty. Miss Mack retired a year ago and during the past year has been librarian at the Dorland-Bell Foundation at Hot Springs, North Carolina, a school for white girls residents of the mountain country. Minnie Mack was born November 24, 1870 at Tunkhannock, daughter of Russell L. and Josephine Illick Mack She came here with her family as a child and attended the Wellsboro schools, graduating from High School in 1887. She recieved he formal college training at Dickinson College, Carlisle, where she was granted A.B. and M.A. degrees Miss Mack taught for a year in New Jersey and then returned to Wellsboro to teach for 8. She was a mamber of the Methodist church, where she was active as a Sunday School teacher, and a former member of the Business and Professional Woman's Club. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Samuel Johnson , of Warsaw, Illinois; three brothers, Edgar I. Mack of Forty Fork, Pa.; Dr. James B. Mack , dean of Wheaton College, at Wheaton, Illinois and Everett W. Mack, of Wellsboro; and by two aunts, Miss Laura Illick, of Analomink, Pa., and Mrs. Clara McEwen, of Bangor, Pa. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at the Methodist church, with Rev. Harold W. McIlnay officiating, assisted by Rev. Puera Robison, of Knox School, Cooperstown, N.Y. with burial at Wellsboro cemetery. Attending the funeral from out-of-town were: Miss Laura Illick of Analomink; Dr. James B. Mack, of Wheaton , Ill.; Miss Elizabeth Johnson , of Grand Rapids; Richard R. Mack , of Glens Falls, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I. Mack of Forty Fork; Mr. and Mrs Paul Ketner, of Berwick, and Miss Louise Mack of Forty Fork. Editorially speaking: Her wisdom and kindness and the inspiration with which she charged most ordinary studies have given Miss Mack a permanent and distinguished place in the recollections and affections of the thousands of students who went to school to her. In school, and school was her life, she asked each student for his best and for her no amount of effort was too great to try and make the best worthwhile. Her philosophic asides on all aspects of life and her dry humor brightened he classes and her chapel remarks, and her Latin and English students, Particularly those who went on to college, all came to realize the value of her insistance on careful, understanding work on these subjects. Along with her amazingly wide knowledge in a variety of fields, Miss Mack had a permanent searching interest in the spiritual side of life and disciplined herself strictly according to her understanding of what this life should be. Because of these qualities her students, friends and fellow workers in church and community sought her judgement on many matters, certain that her advice would be sound and fair and helpful. Socially, her company was invariably interesting, since she shared her knowledge without pretension. there was no one quite like Miss Mack. (Wellsboro Gazette Thursday 12 Jun 1941) Respectfully Submitted Charles Swasey
MAGLI Nicola A. "Nick" Magli
82, of Wellsboro, died Friday, July 5, 2013, at the Carleton Nursing Home. Nicola was born Dec. 28, 1930, in Brooklyn N.Y., the son of the late Onofrio and Antoinette Vitarella Magli. He was retired from Merrill Lynch as a bond trader in New York City. Nicola was an Army veteran who served in the Korean War. Surviving are his sons, Anthony J. Magli (Ashley) of Middlebury Center, Steven O. Magli of Toms River, N.J., Nicholas Magli (Susan) of Jacksonville, Fla.; daughters, Carol A. Acquaviva (Arthur) of Bayville, N.J., Julie A. Martinez of Matawan, N.J.; 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Local arrangements are by Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, Ltd., "A Life Celebration Home," 139 Main St., Wellsboro. A graveside service will be held Monday, July 8, at 10:30 a.m., at the Wellsboro Cemetery, with full Military Honors with Fr. John Chmil officiating. Memorials may be made in Nicola's name to Susquehanna Hospice, 24 Walnut St., Wellsboro, Pa. 16901. Wellsboro Gazette – July 11, 2013
MAKIN - MRS. INA MAE ROOT
Mrs. Ina Mae Root, 71, of Wellsboro RD 1, was killed last Wednesday when she was struck by a car while crossing Route 287, five miles south of Wellsboro. The accident occurred at 6:10 pm. According to state police from Mansfield, Mrs. Root was crossing the highway when she was struck by a car operated by Leah E. Ely, of Wellsboro RD, who was traveling north on the highway. Dr. Harry Williams, Tioga County coroner, pronounced Mrs. Root dead on arrival at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. He said death was due to a broken neck. Damage to the Ely car was $150. Mrs. Root was born in Tioga County on April 15, 1901, a daughter of Walter and Lena David Makin. She was the widow of Albert Root. Mrs. Root was a member of the Coolidge Hollow United Methodist Church. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Pearl Mosher, of Crooked Creek, Mrs. Gertrude Howatson, of Laramie, Wyo., and Mrs. Ina Snyder, of Lewisburg; a son, Gordon E. Butler, of Huntingdon Beach, Calif.; three stepsons, John Root, of Beaver Dams, NY, George Root, of Wellsboro, and Leverne Root, of Middlebury Center; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Marion Sticklin and Mrs. Seymour Hackett, both of Wellsboro, Mrs. George Wheeler, of Sanford, Ariz., and Mrs. Dale Vandergriff, of Levittown; a brother, Raymond Makin, of Lodi, NY; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Rephard, Mrs. Gladys Wilcox and Mrs. Mary Porter, all of Wellsboro, 51 grandchildren and 57 great-grandchildren. The funeral was held on Friday at Tussey's, 139 Main Street. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery. The Rev. James Garthoff, her pastor, officiated.
MALLOW - PEAKE, Velma M.
Age 89, of Rt. 6, Wellsboro, PA, died February 5, 2008 at the Personal Care Home in Towanda, PA. She was the wife of the late Warren J. Peake who died in 1992. Velma was born August 22, 1918 in Mouth of Seneca, West Virginia, the daughter of the late Rollie and Delphia Morral Mallow. She was a graduate of Charleston High School "1936", a checker and bookkeeper for the former A & P, and a bookkeeper for Peake's Delivery Service, Wellsboro, PA. Velma was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Wellsboro, member and past president of the B.P.W., Wellsboro, member of the Wednesday Morning Musicales, former member of the Mary Wells Chapter #452 O.E.S., Wellsboro, and was a Gold Star Mother. Surviving are daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and Edward Branish, Monroeton, PA; sister, Carolyn Erway, Horseheads, NY; three grandchildren, Gust Branish, Ann Lamontagne and Jennifer Branish; three great-grandchildren, Jared Chaffee, Tara Chaffee and Stefanie Chaffee; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son, Gary W. Peake, of the U.S. Navy. Friends and family are invited to Velma's Life Celebration on Friday, February 8, 2008, from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA. Funeral service on Saturday, February 9, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA, with Rev. Michael D. Hughes of the First Presbyterian Church, Towanda, PA, officiating. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery. If desired, memorials may be made in her memory to the First Presbyterian Church, 130 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA 16901; or to the Activity Fund of the Personal Care Home, 603 William Street, c/o Mary Adams, Towanda, PA 18848. Published in the Star-Gazette on 2/6/2008.
MANNING Nellie Coles – Mrs. Nellie Manning Coles, age 55 years, wife of W.R. Coles, proprietor of the Coles Hotel, died Sunday afternoon about five o’clock, after several months of failing health. She underwent an operation at the Blossburg hospital last winter and another later in Philadelphia. Mrs. Coles was born in London on March 23, 1861, and came to America when twelve years of age. She was married to Mr. Coles in September, 1892. She is survived by her husband and three step-children – Mrs. Dora Roberts of Corning; Mrs. Mark Wetherbee and Lewis W. Coles of Wellsboro. The many good works and acts of kindness and charity performed by Mrs. Coles during many years’ residence here will never be forgotten by the beneficiaries. She was ever on the alert to relieve suffering or distress and no one person in Wellsboro surpasses her record in helpfulness to those most in need of assistance. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at three o’clock, Rev. J.W. Torkington, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal church officiating; interment in the Wellsboro cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 13 August 1919.
Wellsboro Agitator, Tioga, PA--Wednesday, May 10, 1933
Squire H. Manning, aged 75 years, died Thursday morning at 8 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Miller, in Wellsboro. He was a former resident of Middlebury. The funeral was held Sunday, Rev M. Ennis of Gaines, officiating; burial in the Wellsboro Cemetery. Mr. Manning is survived by 3 sons and 2 daughters--J A Manning of Cincinnati; C W Manning of Sabinsville; James E. Manning of Niles Valley; Mrs. A C Schmidt of Otter Lake, Mich., and Mrs. Clarence Miller of Wellsboro; also by one brother, James Manning of Farmington and one sister, Mrs. Emma Summerson of Westport, PA.
MANNING SQUIRE HOWE
Wellsboro Agitator - May 17, 1933
The Late Squire H. Manning, aged 75 years, died May 4, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Miller, Wellsboro R.D.7. He is survived by three sons and two daughters, C. W. Manning, of Sabinsville; J. A. Manning, of Cincinnati, Ohio; and James E. Manning, of Niles Valley; Mrs. A. C. Schmidt, of Otter Lake, Mich; and Mrs. Clarence Miller, of Wellsboro; also by two brothers and five sisters, Josephine Manning, of Farmington; S. L. Manning, of Tamarak, Pa.; Emma Summerson, of Westport, Pa.; Mrs. Mott Hill, of Cuba, N.Y.; Mrs. John Herrett, of Belvidere, N.Y.; Mrs. Thomas Youmans, of Troupsburg, N.Y., and Mrs. W. G. Vanatta, of Asaph.
MARBLE - Mrs. Wilhelmina Marble Doll, educator and centenarian, of Newark, Del., died on Friday, June 26, 2009, at Christiana Hospital in Newark, just three days short of her 101st birthday. Born in a farmhouse near Wellsboro, Pa. on June 29, 1908, Mrs. Doll was the daughter of the late Frederick Eugene Marble and Amelia Hannah SCHIMPF Marble. She was a gifted student, graduating from Charleston (Pa.) High School in 1925 as the class valedictorian, and later earning a diploma from Wellsboro High School in 1926. In 1930, she received her bachelor's degree in math education from Mansfield Teachers College, and, in 1957, her master's degree in education from the University of Delaware. She continued to take advanced coursework throughout her working life, earning 45 additional graduate credits. Mrs. Doll began her career as an educator in Pennsylvania, teaching in Emporium, Montrose, Kingston, and Susquehanna. After moving to Delaware, she taught in Newport at the Krebs School until her retirement in 1974. A devout Christian, she was a former member of Independent Bible Church in Wellsboro, Pa., and a current member of Kingswood United Methodist Church in Newark, where she also taught Sunday School classes for many years. In her leisure hours, Mrs. Doll enjoyed both flower and vegetable gardening around her home. She also looked forward to watching the birds, squirrels, and other wildlife in her yard. An avid traveler for many years, she visited interesting destinations across the United States, Canada, and Europe. Most of all, Mrs. Doll delighted in spending time with her devoted family and many friends, all of whom greatly loved and admired her. Her family reunion in New York was always an especially joyous time for her. She is survived by four children, Paul J. Doll of Tunkhannock, Pa., E. Charles Doll of Newark, Del., Roberta D. Davis (Charles H.) of Rome, Pa. and Patricia D. Campbell (Forrest C. Jr.) of West Grove, Pa.; grandchildren, Charles T. Davis (Christel) of Massena, N.Y., Robert H. Davis of Rome, Pa. and Raymond A. Davis of Mansfield, Pa.; great-grandchildren, Tim Reissman (Megan), Kristen Davis, Stefanie Davis and Zachary Davis. A funeral service will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, Del., where friends may call after 5 p.m. A second funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 3, at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, Pa., where friends may call after 10 a.m. Interment will follow in Wellsboro (Pa.) Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to: Martha Lloyd Community Services, "Save Martha's Home," 190 W. Main Street, Troy, PA 16947. 1 July 2009, Towanda Daily Review.
MARCH Charles Husted
Wellsboro Agitator – September 20, 1911
Charles Husted March died at His home on Grant Street, Wellsboro, after an illness of ten weeks suffering from the infirmities of age. He was eighty-two years and six months old. He had always led an active life and up to the time he was taken down he enjoyed his garden, and worked in it steadily. Mr. March was born in Tioga borough March 10, 1829 and he lived in this county most of his life. When a young man, he spent ten or twelve years in Philadelphia, engaged as a manufacturing chemist. It was there that he met Miss Anna M. Lewis, of Yardleyyille, Berks county, Pa., the young woman who became his wife, at Trenton, N.J. Aug 31, 1860. They soon moved to this county, where Mr. March was engaged in farming in Middlebury for some time, afterward moving to Wellsboro. Of their seven children three are surviving, with his widow. The surviving children are Susan and Louise, at home, and Prof. J. George March, of the Lawrenceville public, schools. Mr. March was a man of fine character and superior intelligence. He was genial and kind and his friends covered the whole list of his acquaintances. The funeral is to be held today, at 3 p. m., at the house on Grant street. Star Gazette – July 28, 2011 (Note: tombstone clearly reads Charles Husted March.)
MARCH Jonathan George
Wellsboro Gazette – February 16, 1950
Jonathan George March died at his home on West avenue at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. He suffered a heart attack six weeks ago after which he was confined to his home. Last Friday he contracted pneumonia and was critically ill until he passed away. He was born in Philadelphia May 13, 1869 the son of Charles H and Anna Lewis March. When he was a small boy his parents moved to Middlbebury township and the remainder of his life was spent in Wellsboro and Tioga County. He is survived by his wife, Louella Wheeler March; two daughters, Mrs. Edwin W. Daley, of Bowie, Texas and Mrs. Melvin D. Dickinson of Geneva, N.Y. One sister, Miss M. Louise March of Waln street and three grandchildren, Mrs. James M. White, of Mansfield, Melvin Dickinson and Ann Dickinson, of Geneva. Mr. March was a member of the Masonic Lodge of the Williamsport Consistory, a former member of the Wellsboro Rotary Club. In 1931 the teachers and principals of Tioga County to show their esteem for Mr. March gave him a life membership to the National Education Association. An educator in Tioga County for 50 years, he was teacher and principal of the Tioga and Lawrenceville schools before he became assistant County Superintendent in 1915 in which capacity he served until he was elected Superintendent of Tioga County Schools in 1925 holding that office until he retired from school work in 1934. Following his retirement from active school work he spent much of his time on his farm March Orchard near Ansonia and...He led an actively busy life until his illness and since Mrs. March was taken ill five years ago he was her constant and loving companion, lightening her confining and extended illness with his ever cheerful and tender devotion. George March was a natural born teacher in and out of the school room and his contributions to the field of Education have been legion. His philosophy of life and deep understanding of the problems of others have endeared him to all with whom he came in contact throughout his life. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 o'clock at the Johnson & Tussey Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert W. L. Mack officiating. Burial will be made in Wellsboro cemetery.
MARCH Mary Louise March
Wellsboro Gazette – July 23, 1964
Miss Mary Louise March, age 91, of Wellsboro, died Monday, July 20, 1964. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church; a former owner and operator of a ladies dress shop in Wellsboro. Survived by nieces, Mrs. Ann Weir of Geneva, N. Y., Mrs. Emily Daley of Bowie, Tex. Funeral from Johnson & Tussey Funeral Home Thursday at
2 p.m. the Rev. Bruce Porter officiating with burial in Wellsboro Cemetery.
MARCH Mary Louise
Wellsboro Gazette Editorial – July 23, 1964
Wreath for Louise March
It is saddening to find suddenly in a brief, cold newspaper obituary, the name of one who not so long ago was known by everyone in Wellsboro, and probably, all through the county. But the years hasten by and a woman of 91 is unknown to the younger generation and is only a vague and fond memory to the older. Miss Louise March is gone. There are many, one supposes, who, if they thought of her at all fancied she had died years ago, for she had of necessity lived in her old age away from her friends and home. Back before most of us remember at all, "Lou" March had a dress shop in Wellsboro later she was partner in a store widely known as Mathers and March which went out of business in the '30's. That is merely a fact which tells how she earned her livelihood. It tells nothing of the affectionate respect and admiration with which she was regarded by all who knew her. Residents of the community who were children when Miss March was actively engaged in town affairs remember with delight the little stories they heard of her many quiet kindnesses and have cherished them - and her - in their hearts to this day. She was a woman of great charm as well as business acumen. She was enormously interested in Wellsboro and its progress. In fact, we are told that she served on the committee headed by C. E. Bennett which was instrumental in the Corning Glass Works coming here. Too, it is believed she was the first woman to have been elected to the Wellsboro School Board on which she served for many terms. Interest in education must have been a family trait for her brother was a distinguished county superintendent of schools. She was, in addition, a charter member of the Wellsboro Business and Professional Women's Club and the Eastern Star. Louise March was generous to a fault, quick to learn of the sorrows and needs of others and equally quick to dig deep into her own purse and her own reserve of practical sympathy to assist where she could. We have been told again and again today of the constant gifts which had she not scattered so generously on the waters of life which many found rough and cold, would have made the years of her old age more comfortable. That, perhaps, is not really true. So full and rich a life of giving and doing must have been a great solace during the last years when she had seen the close associates and friends she cherished slip away. Lou March has left a heritage to the citizens of Wellsboro, which not tangible, is yet part of the community’s good life.
MARCH Susan May
Wellsboro Agitator – October 5, 1938
Miss Susan M. March died at her home on Waln street about noon Friday. She was born in Philadelphia, the daughter or the late Charles H. and Anna Marie Lewis March. She had been a resident of Tioga county nearly all her life. Surviving are a sister, M Louise March and a brother, J. G. March, former Superintendent of School of Tioga County and two nieces, Mrs. E. W. Daley, of Bowie, Texas and Mrs. Melvin D. Dickinson, of Geneva, N.Y. Funeral services were held Monday at the home, Rev. O. G. Cocks, D. D. , officiating; burial in the Wellsboro cemetery. Friends from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Wingate and mother, of Binghamton, Mrs. Mildred Roberts Sweet, of New York; Mrs. Robert Fox, of Philadelphia; Col. And Mrs. Walter B. McCasky, of Hershey; Mrs. Herbert Meyer, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. William Thurber, of Hammondsport.
Wellsboro Gazette - November 14, 1974
Ruth Wetherbee Hakes, age 70, of Main Street, Mansfield, died suddenly at home, November 9, 1974. Funeral services were at the Tussey Funeral Home, Monday at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Benjamin E. Nevin officiated. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery. Friends may contribute to the American Heart Association. She is survived by husband, Richard F. Hakes of Mansfield, 6 sons, Wilmon K. Wetherbee, Wilber H., Elbert W. and Llewelyn L., Gordon A. of Wellsboro; Kenneth E. of Horseheads, N.Y.; one stepson, Loren Hakes of Tupper Lake, N.Y.; sisters, Mrs. Rosina Hornsby, Westfield; Mrs. Fannie Nau, of Ontario, Calif.; Mrs. Christina Nagle of Rochester, N.Y.; three brothers, Carl Marmor of Webster, N.Y., Francis of Ontario, Calif., Harold, Corning N.Y.; 18 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren. She was born February 17, 1904 in Little Marsh, the daughter of Carl and Stella Pope Marmor. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Mansfield, Mary Wells Chapter, O.E.S., Rebecca Lodge of Mansfield, Stony Fork Grange, and Jr. Deputy of Pa. State Grange.
MARTIN James W. "Jim", "Jay Jay", Martin
James W. "Jim," "Jay Jay," Martin, 46, of Route 6, Wellsboro, died unexpectedly Saturday, May 26, 2012, in the emergency room at Sailors and Soldiers Hospital. Jim was born Nov. 2, 1965, in Wellsboro, the son of Earl Lee Martin, Sr. and Joan Ann Kane Martin Clemens. He was employed as a furniture store manager, for Beiters Home Center, East Smithfield. He had been previously employed by Davis Furniture Store in Wellsboro, for 21 years. Jim was a member of Wellsboro Veterans Club and the Ironheads Motorcycle Club. Surviving are his mother, Joan Clemens of Wellsboro, step-father, David Clemens of Wellsboro; maternal grandmother, Marie Kane, of Wellsboro; a son, Joshua Martin of Wellsboro; two brothers, Tim Martin of Wellsboro, Micheal (Carolyn) Clemens of North Carolina; three sisters, Michele (Kevin) McNett of Wellsboro, Melinda Pequignot of Blossburg, Jen Wilson of Fort Hood, Texas; many nieces and nephews and my 'special sweet love of God.' Graveside service will be held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, May 30, at the Wellsboro Cemetery, 104 Nichols St., Wellsboro, with the Rev. Robert Shuey, officiating. Arrangements by Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, a "Life Celebration Home", 139 Main St. Wellsboro. Memorials in Jim's name may be made to his son, Joshua Martin, 5272 Route 6, Wellsboro, Pa. 16901. Wellsboro Gazette – May 28, 2012
WESLEY MARTIN MARVIN age 81 of 65 Grant St., Wellsboro, Pa., Thursday, Dec. 30, 1965 in Soldiers and Sailors Hospital, Wellsboro. Friends may call at Kuhl Funeral Home, Wellsboro, Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral there Sunday at 2:30 p.m., the Rev. Paul Shaffer. Wellsboro Cemetery. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Henry Stadler of Wellsboro, son, Sgt. 1st class Eric Marvin of Washington, D.C.; sister, Mrs. Deliah Goodwin of Wellsboro; five grandchildren including Ronald Marvin, a senior at West Point. He was a former employee of the Borden Milk Co., member of Wellsboro Methodist Church. –Elmira Star-Gazette 12/30/1965
MASCHO Mary Ann Monk
69, of Wellsboro, died peacefully at Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre on Wednesday, July 18, 2012. She was born July 17, 1943, the only daughter of Harold and Mary Eleanor (Church) Mascho. She is predeceased by her parents and her husband, Alpha Monk, Jr. She is a graduate of Cowanesque High School, class of 1961 and received an Associate’s Degree in business from the Rochester Business Institute in 1963. Mary Ann loved all animals, particularly of horses and dogs, having been a part-time dog obedience trainer. She is a former member of the Wellsboro Photography club. Mary Ann was an avid reader, enthusiast of mysteries, and loved watching Nascar and tennis on television. She is a member of the Wellsboro Methodist Church. Mary Ann worked as a legal secretary at Walrath & Coolidge in Wellsboro for 42 years and will be sorely missed by the members of the firm, its employees and its clients. She is survived by aunts, Eleanor Church of Westfield and Beatrice Church of Orlando, FL, as well as several cousins. Calling hours will be held on Sunday at the Kenyon Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Elkland, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM and on Monday at the Wellsboro Methodist Church, 36 Main St., Wellsboro from 10:00 – 11:00 AM. A funeral service will be held immediately following on Monday, 11:00 AM. Burial will be in Wellsboro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 5 East Ave., Wellsboro, PA 16901. Funeral home obituary – July 20, 2012
MASTIN Charlotte E. (SRGP 87642) - A Bright
Life Ended - Sad Death of Dr. Charlotte E. Mastin, an Estimable Young Lady
Seldom has the announcement of a death caused more genuine sorrow here than that of Dr. Charlotte E. Mastin, which occurred at Buffalo last Saturday afternoon. Dr. Mastin has been in poor health for several months, but it was not generally known until last week that serious results were apprehended. Two weeks ago Miss Mastin decided to go to Buffalo to receive special treatment for her trouble, from which she had failed to gain relief. She was accompanied by her father, Dr. N.W. Mastin. After spending a few days with her friend, Dr. Marjorie Potter, at Niagara Falls, she went to the General Hospital in Buffalo. Several skilled physicians who diagnosed her condition ?? ?? ?? Dr. Mastin, who had borne her suffering uncomplainingly, upon being advised of the nature of her ailment consented to submit to an operation, notwithstanding she was fully aware of the grave danger owing to heart trouble. She gave some directions and took an active part in preparing for the ordeal. The operation was successfully performed by Dr. Roswell Burke, the noted surgeon who attended President McKinley after he was shot. Owing to her weak heart the patient failed to rally from the shock, passing away about twenty-four hours later. She was conscious up to a few hours before the end came and bade her grief-stricken father a loving farewell. She made all the arrangements for her funeral, naming the gown in which she wished to be buried and also the lady friends whom she desired to arrange her burial robe. Charlotte E. Mastin was born near Moravia, NY and was 33 years of age. He mother died when she was only a few weeks old and she lived with her grandmother until she was six. Later she joined her father in Charleston. She attended the Mansfield Normal School and when her father moved to Wellsboro in 1888 she entered the High School, graduating in 1891. She began the study of medicine, attending several colleges, and graduated from the medical school of the University of Buffalo in 1897. Since that time Dr. Mastin had successfully practiced her profession in Wellsboro. Miss Mastin was possessed of a kind and lovable disposition and was extremely popular with all her associates, both old and young. She was thoroughly devoted to her younger sisters since the death of their mother. Always congenial with her many friends and had a kind act for those who needed it. Funeral services were held from the house on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Joseph Dennis officiating. The floral offerings were profuse and beautiful. - Wellsboro Gazette, May 25, 1905, p.4
MASTIN - ELMA L WADE
Wellsboro Gazette - June 30, 1993
Elma L. Wade, 98, of 65 Extension St., Mansfield, died Saturday, June 26, 1993, at home. Born July 14, 1894, in Wellsboro, she was the daughter of Nathan Webster and Helen Louise Ferry Mastin. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Mansfield, where she served as organist for over 30 years. She was an avid bingo player. She retired from the Mansfield Municipal Authority in 1977 after more than 30 years of employment. Preceding her in death was her husband, Earl C. Wade Jr., in 1971. Surviving are two daughters, Charlotte W. Garside of Mansfield and June W. Judge of Killingworth, Conn.; four grandchildren, Linda Andrus, Wendy Paulson, Wade Judge and Clark Lee Judge Jr.; eight great-grandchildren. Friends called at the Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield, on Monday, June 28. Services were held Tuesday, June 29, at the First Baptist Church, Mansfield, with the Rev. Benjamin E. Nevin officiating. Burial was made at Wellsboro Cemetery, Wellsboro. Memorial donations may be made to the First Baptist Church, Mansfield, Pa., 16933.
MASTIN Dr. Nathan Webster (SRGP 87638)
Wellsboro Agitator - February 9, 1927
Dr. Nathan Webster Mastin, aged 79 years, of Wellsboro, died at 8 o'clock last Friday evening at his home, corner Pearl and Norris streets, after an illness of several weeks, of pneumonia. Dr. Mastin was born December 29, 1847, at East Venice, N. Y., son of Adam K. and Elizabeth Ann Webster Mastin, his mother being a descendant of Daniel Webster. He graduated in medicine from the University of New York Feb. 12, 1879, and located at East Charleston, Tioga county, Pa., where he practiced until 1888, when he removed to Wellsboro, where he had since resided. He was thrice married. His first wife, nee Charlotte Gray, to whom he was married in 1869, died in 1872. Their only child, Dr. Charlotte Mastin, died May 20, 1905. In May, 1878, Dr. Mastin married Helen Ferry, who died Sept. 7, 1903. Four children were born to them-Mary, wife of Joseph H. Thomas, of Pittston, Pa.; Dr. Morrell W. Mastin, of Goodwill, West Virginia; Elma, wife of Earl C. Wade, Jr., of Mansfield, and Benfamin H., who died at the age of four years. On June 2, 1906, Dr. Mastin married Mrs. Nellie Roberts Boylan, who survives him, with the three children before named. He is also survived by two sisters and three brothers - Mrs. Jennie Gray, of Cortland, N.Y.; Edwin Mastin, of East Venice, N.Y.; Mrs. Orlando Atwood, Arthur and Orrin Mastin, all of Moravia, N.Y. Dr. Mastin was for 38 years U. S. Pension Examiner and was for years an honorary member of George Cook Post, No. 315, G. A. R. He was a member of the Methodist church, and Sons of the Revolution, and was a lifelong, staunch Republican. Dr. Marstin had a host of friends throughout Tioga County who deeply regret his passing. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at the late home of the deceased, Rev. W. J. Brown officiating; interment in the Wellsboro cemetery.
Robert E., Sr. Age 81, of Wellsboro, PA, died on Saturday, December 31, 2005. He was born on December 16, 1924 in Wellsboro, PA, a son of the late Horace and Grace (Evans) Mathers. Robert was the husband of the late Ruth E. (Boyce) Mathers and Eunice (Reese) Mathers. Friends may call on Wednesday, January 4, 2006, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., Wellsboro, PA. Funeral services will follow at 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. Eugene A. Charsky officiating. Interment will be in the Wellsboro Cemetery.
The Wellsboro Agitator, July 27, 1910
MATSON Amanda - Mrs. Addison C. Boyden, aged 60 years, died Saturday evening about 9:30 o’clock, at her home on the Bodine road of cancer, with which she had suffered since February last. Her maiden name was Amanda Matson, and she was born on October 5, 1849, a daughter of Horton and Mary Chase Matson deceased. On June 9, 1879, she was married to Mr. Boyden, who survives her with their three children - Celia, wife of John French, and Bertha, wife of Louis Priset, both of Marshcreek, and Horace, of Delmar. Four sisters and one half-brother also survive her. Mrs. Charles Boyden, of Wellsboro; Mrs. Minnie Winslow, of Hortonville, Mich.; Mrs. Jennie Strong, of Shiocton, Wis.; Mrs. Bertha Packard, of Rhinelander, Wis., and Fred Moore, also of Rhinelander. Mrs. Boyden was a most estimable woman and her death is mourned by all who knew her. She had been a faithful member of the Baptist church for nearly 30 years. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the Marshcreek Baptist church. Rev. F.W. Reynolds officiating; burial in the Wellsboro cemetery. The pallbearers were R.D. Carriers, D.W. Shumway, H.L. Furman, O.B. Roberts. A.A. Lyons, J.A. Ballard and H.M. Mathers.
EDITH VAN HORNE MATSON AND J.R. MATSON
Memorial services were held for Edith Van Horne Matson and J.R. (Jerry) Matson of the Wellsboro Cemetery last Saturday, November 3, 1973, with Rev. Roger D. Patton officiating. Their four sons and families were present. Both Mr. and Mrs. Matson were born, raised, and married here in Wellsboro. Mr. Matson took part in the cutting of the last original pine and hemlock timber in the East. Associated with his father, he was active in the establishment and maintenance by private incentive of the forest tree nursery in Pennsylvania. His 1966 book, "The Adaptable Black Bear" is a sympathetic and appreciative treatise on the nature and characteristics of the black bear in the wild state and reveals the insight of 70 years of fascination and study. Mr. Matson was one of the first to recognize predation as necessary and beneficial to the prey species and to promote as sound conservation policy the production of a harvestable surplus for recreational purposes. Mr. Matson's book may be borrowed from the Green Free Library.
MATSON - LYDIA A. BOYDEN
The Wellsboro Agitator - Wednesday, 14 Jun 1922, p. 8
Death of Mrs. Boyden / Mrs. Lydia A. Boyden, aged 70 years, died June 9, after a long illness, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Wilson, of Conway street. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. F. E. Nobles, of Wellsboro, and Mrs. Lee Derrah, of Buffalo, and by two sons, Edwin A. Boyden, of Wellsboro, R. D. and F. C. Boyden, of Mansfield, R. D. The funeral was held at the home of Mrs. C. A. Wilson Monday at 2 p. m., burial in the Wellsboro cemetery.
MATTISON Thomas L., Jr. of Gaines, PA Age 57, died Sunday, July 31, 2005. Born March 20, 1948, in Wellsboro, he was the son of Thomas and Elsie Keck Mattison. He was a Vietnam Veteran, serving with the US Navy for four years. He was employed by SMC Powder Metallurgy in Galeton for 32 years. He was a member of the Galeton Moose and a life member of Raymond Richar VFW Post #6611 in Galeton. Surviving are his mother of Gaines; two sisters, Nancy (Richard) Wildbrett of Hurst, TX and Susan (David) Seyler of Jersey Shore; nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was predeceased by his father in 1997. A Memorial Service will be held 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 3rd, in the Pine Creek Valley United Methodist Church, Gaines. The Rev. David K. Shultz will officiate. Military Rites will be accorded by members of the Potter County Honor Guard. Burial will be in Wellsboro Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Pine Creek Valley U.M. Church, Gaines, PA 16921. Arrangements are entrusted to the Collins-Olney Funeral Home, Galeton.
MAY William S- aged 78 and Milan postmaster for 17 years, died suddenly in his office Saturday, November 6, 1949 at 4 PM. He was a native of Wilmot Township
MAYNARD Betty M. Ludlam
of Penfield, N.Y., formerly of Corning, N.Y., died Monday, Sept. 26, 2011, at age 86. She was predeceased by her husband, Donald "Rusty" Ludlam; sisters, Anna Bryant, Norma Ruegg and Priscilla Wolfard; brother, George Maynard. Betty is survived by one daughter, Debra (Richard) Flood; two grandsons, Brett of Philadelphia, Darren Flood of Silver Spring, Md.; three brothers, Harold, LaRue (Gwen) and Richard (Nancy) Maynard; many nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank Mary, Michael and all of the staff at Heart and Home of Penfield for providing a place where Betty looked forward to going for the past three years. No prior calling. Friends are invited to a memorial service for Betty Monday, Oct. 3, 2 p.m., at the Corning First United Methodist Church, 144 Cedar St., Corning, N.Y. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider Home and Heart of Penfield, 1957 Five Mile Line Rd., Penfield, N.Y. 14526. Wellsboro Gazette – September 28, 2011
MAYNARD - Chenney Curtis Maynard, 98, (SRGP 12991) of Wellsboro RD 3, Pa., Sunday Jan. 13, 1957, at the home of grandson, Fred Maynard with whom he had resided. He was a retired farmer and the oldest member of the Wellsboro First Methodist Church. Survived by grandson, Fred Maynard; sons, Hobart of Wellsboro RD 6, Howard of Wellsboro RD 1, Homer of Wellsboro RD 3 and Joseph of Presho, N. Y.; daughters Mrs. Julia Clossley of Indianapolis, Ind. and Mrs. Damia Ashley of Wellsboro; 33 grandchildren; 56 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Johnson & Tussey Funeral Home, Wellsboro, where funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m., Rev. Edward T. Read. Wellsboro Cemetery. Submitted by Kathryn MAYNARD Nelson
CURTIS ROBERT MAYNARD
Curtis Robert Maynard, 50, of RD 2, Wysox, died Friday, Oct. 9, at the Geisinger Hospital in Wilkes-Barre. Born Sept. 14, 1937, in Williamsport, he was the son of Mary Campbell Maynard and the late Curtis Harold Maynard. He was a graduate of Wellsboro High School, Class of 1955 and Lehigh University in 1959. Employed by the Corning Glass Works Corp. in Wellsboro from 1962 to 1964, he purchased the former William J. Mahoney Accounting Service in Towanda in 1964. He also owned and operated Maynard Accounting Service in Wellsboro. He was a member of S.S. Peter and Paul Church in Towanda, the Knights of Columbus and the Towanda Elks Lodge #2191. He is survived by his wife, Ceil Bowers Maynard; four daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Sylvia) Newman of Standing Stone, Pa., Kelly Anne Maynard of Augusta, Ga., Mrs. Jack (Libby) King of RD 1, Ulster, and Susan Marie Maynard of Sunbury; a son, Curtis James Maynard of Wysox; four grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Mary Maynard of Wellsboro; two brothers, Richard Allen Maynard of Green Castle, Pa., and Kevin Michael Maynard of Korea; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Peter and Paul's Church in Towanda Tuesday, Oct. 13. Graveside services were held at the Wellsboro Cemetery. Memorial donations may be directed to St. Agnes School, Towanda, Pa., 18848. Arrangements were made by the Maryott-Bowen Funeral Home, 217 York Avenue, Towanda.
MAYNARD CURTIS H.
Wellsboro Agitator 5-1-1958
Curtis H. Maynard, 45, died ,at his home, 1 Cole Street, Saturday evening, following a heart attack. He was born in Wellsboro, December 4, 1912, the son of Howard C. and Leptha Plumley Maynard and was employed by Corning Glass Works here for 26 years, most recently as a supervisor. He was a member of Wellsboro Methodist Church and Tioga Country Club. Survivors include his widow, Mary Campbell Maynard; three sons, Curtis R., a student at Leligh University, Bethlehem: Richard and Kevin at home; his parents; four brothers, Alden, Robert and William of Wellsboro and Frederick of RD 3; two sisters Mrs. Phyllis Heatwole of Wellsboro RD 1 and Mrs. Marjorie Engish of Corning, N, Y., and one granddaughter. Funeral services were held or Tuesday at 126 Main Street, Wellsboro with the Rev. Edward T. Rea1 officiating. Burial was in Wellsboro Cemetery.
MAYNARD - MRS. DELLA PUNCHES
Mrs. Della M. Punches, 90, of Utica, widow of Floyd S. Punches, formerly of Jamestown and of Williamsport, died Wednesday, May 17, in the Genesee Nursing Home. She was born in Elk Township, Tioga County, Pa., daughter of John C. and Della Campbell Maynard. She was married to Mr. Punches in 1904. He died in 1937. Mrs. Punches came to Utica in 1964. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Williamsport. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. William D. (Genevieve) Whitehead, a member of the faculty at Proctor High School with whom she had lived, and a brother, Walter E. Maynard of Galeton, Pa. The funeral was held on Saturday from the Williams Funeral Home. Burial was in Wellsboro.
MAYNARD, Hazel D. - Hazel D. Maynard, the ten-years-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maynard of Charleston, died last Wednesday evening about 7 o’clock. The funeral was held Friday morning at 11 o’clock Rev. M.S. Blair officiating; burial in the Wellsboro cemetery. Wellsboro Agitator, 14 May 1919.
MAYNARD - Howard C. Maynard, 78, of Wellsboro RD 3, Friday, June 3, 1960. He was a retired employee of Wellsboro plant of Corning Glass Works, member of First Methodist Church, Wellsboro. Survived by sons, Frederick of Wellsboro RD 3, Alden, William and Robert of Wellsboro; daughters, Mrs. Marjorie English of Corning, Mrs. Phyllis Heatwole of Wellsboro RD 3; brothers, Hobart of Wellsboro RD 6, Homer of Wellsboro, Joseph of Presho; sisters, Mrs. Julie Clossey of Indianapolis, Mrs. Damia Ashley of Wellsboro; 26 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Body at Johnson & Tussey Funeral Home, Wellsboro. Calling hours: today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral there Monday at 3:30 p. m., the Rev. Melvin Negley. Wellsboro Cemetery. Submitted by Kathryn MAYNARD Nelson
MAYNARD Robert S.
Robert S. Maynard, 83, of Round Top Road, Wellsboro, PA, died
May 13, 2010 at Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre. He was the husband of Anne Ingerick Maynard whom he married December 9, 1944. Bob was born September 5, 1926 at his home in Charleston Township, the son of the late Howard and Lepha Plumley Maynard. He was a graduate of Charleston High School and retired mechanic and engineer for Corning Glass Works. Bob was a faithful servant to His Lord, was a member of the Independent Bible Church, Wellsboro, and loved working on his house, especially landscaping. He was an avid sports fan, especially the Pittsbugh teams, the Steelers, Penguins and Pirates, and Penn State and Kentucky's college teams. Bob was an Army Air Corps veteran serving during World War II. Surviving are his wife, Anne; son, Robert E. (Catherine) Maynard, N. Myrtle Beach, SC; daughters, Linda (Jim) Manning, Riverside, CA, Vicki (Bob) Becker, Shelby, OH and Susan (Walter) Beabout, Lockport, NY; 12 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren. He also had a close relationship with the Tsao family in Wellsboro, Gary, YuChih and their daughter, Andrea. Friends and family are invited to Bob's Life Celebration on Sunday, May 16, 2010 from 4:00-6:00 PM at Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, a "Life Celebration Home", 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA. Funeral service Monday, May 17, 2010 at 11:00 AM at the Independent Bible Church, 45 East Avenue, Wellsboro, PA, with Pastor Rick Herrlin officiating. Burial in Wellsboro Cemetery. If desired, memorials may be made in his memory to the Child Evangelism Fellowship of Tioga County. – Elmira Star Gazette, May 15, 2010