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Bob owned two businesses throughout his long work history and worked in several local factories. He was also a well-known bartender. Bob was an old school guy who lived by his motto: Be an honest hard-working man. Bob loved to sing and had a beautiful voice. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed fishing, darts and pool.
Our patriarch was known for his strength and determination to take care of his family no matter what life tragedy came his way. His door was always open if you needed a meal or a place to sleep. His kindness and generosity was limitless. Bob mustered up enough strength to sign an anniversary card to his wife and share a slice of cake, which Wendy fed to the love of her life. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Dezarae Pollick and a great granddaughter Celia Rose.
In addition to his wife, Bob will be greatly missed by nine children: Also surviving are twenty-three grandchildren and twenty-six great grandchildren. He also leaves behind one brother and two sisters: Paul Terry Troiani; and youngest sister Rebecca, as well as a very large circle of cousins. Snyder Brown, 88, of Mifflinville, passed away on July 30, , at home surrounded by her family. Dolores was married for 57 years to the late Robert E. Brown, until his death in November Dolores worked at Briar Creek Knitting and US Radium prior to accompanying her husband, who was an independent truck driver, on his travels across the country.
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Dolores loved spending time with her family, playing cards, going to bingo and taking trips to Las Vegas. Also, anyone who knew Dee, knew her love of animals and how much she cherished her pets throughout her lifetime. Dolores will be greatly missed by her two daughters: She is also survived by several great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents and husband, Dolores was preceded in death by her son, Joel E. In keeping with the wishes of Dolores, there will be no funeral service. Patterson, 46, of Benton Twp. Being around horses was her passion. In addition to her parents, she will be greatly missed by her twin sons, Stone Patterson and Gage Patterson, Berwick; and cherished granddaughters, Bailey and Kaelynn Patterson. Born in Pittsburgh on July 21, , he was the son of the late Fredrick L. Michael was a decorated Desert Shield and Desert Storm veteran.
He attended Columbia College in Missouri where he received his bachelor of the arts degree. His passion was evangelism and discipleship. He enjoyed golfing, and hunting, and was an avid Steelers fan. He loved spending time with his wife and best friend, Deborah Ruvarac Orendi, who he married in They would have celebrated their 25th anniversary next week. In addition to his wife, Debbie, he will also be greatly missed by his children: He is also survived by siblings: Interment with military honors will follow in Elan Memorial Park. Steward, 66, of Berwick passed away on July 27, at home surrounded by his family.
Born in Bloomsburg on June 14, , he was the son of the late Loren S. Steward and Betty Rockwell Kressler. Harold retired from Bloomsburg Carpet, where he was employed for 31 years. Harold loved spending time with his grandchildren. He also enjoyed camping, fishing, dirt track racing, and horse racing.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Loren A. Interment will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery, Berwick. Family will receive friends on Monday evening from pm. Robert Evans Lindquist Jr. Born in Florida on April 23, , he was the only child of the late Robert E. He had a long career in the railroad industry as a train master at Pitcairn, Pennsylvania.
He became vice president of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, the youngest vice president in the history of the company. Thereafter, he became senior vice president of finance for Conrail, until his retirement. Bob also was a partner in a railroad consulting business for several years after his retirement. Bob was a great fan of Victorian architecture, classical music, playing the piano, mystery shows and British comedy.
In Bob purchased the Benjamin Evans Residence, a historic home built in , and lovingly restored it over a period of many years. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in They enjoyed railroad travel and made many excursions around the country. Sadly, Geoff passed away in May of Bob also enjoyed taking friends and acquaintances to the Steamtown National Historical Site for various train excursions, including the Christmas season Polar Express.
After several engines were made operational, a steam up was held last fall and Bob was once again in his glory blowing the steam whistles with a martini in hand. He will be missed by many close friends, who will gather for a private memorial service to be held later this summer. Nancy Ann Engelberger, 56, of Beaver Township passed away suddenly at home of a heart attack. Two years ago she was diagnosed with leukemia and last week she was told she was completely cured. She was so happy.
Born on November 10, in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late Fred J. Nancy graduated from Columbia Montour Vo-Tech. Nancy was a very talented artist and loved making crafts. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a step-son, Jason Ryman. She survived by her companion, Leon Boyer, Jr. She also leaves behind sisters, Cathy Kuczynski and husband Dennis; Donna Engelberger; brothers, Joseph Engelberger and wife Martina; William Engelberger and wife Edith; several nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins, and many friends. Nancy was very spiritual therefore we ask for prayers that Jesus takes her into his home where she will be reunited with Him and her parents.
A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. She was a graduate of Berwick High School.
She was employed as a seamstress at Danskin in York, PA, and after moving to Berwick, worked at several local sewing factories. She was a licensed beautician through Empire Beauty School. She enjoyed needlepoint, crewel, and knitting. She loved reading, especially the Bible. She will be greatly missed by her brothers: Jack Henry, Harrisburg; M.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister-in-law, Michelle Henry in Interment will take place in Pine Grove Cemetery. Thomas served honorably in the US Navy from until He was a lieutenant in the Berwick Fire Police where he was the current treasurer and held several offices throughout his time there. He was also a member of West Berwick Hose Company, where he served as past president as well as other offices. Thomas gave most of his spare time to helping the community. He also loved to spend time with his grandchildren.
In the past, he enjoyed camping and playing cards. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 31 years, Josephine M. He is also survived by sons: In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister in infancy. Born on March 17, in Shickshinny, he was the son of the late Lenora M. Gensel and Fillmore A. His passion was operating heavy machinery, which he did to help clear areas for building and construction.
He loved fishing for both trout and bass, and hunting, especially with his sons. He also enjoyed woodworking. He built the house in which he and his wife lived. He also liked working on machinery and cars. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 61 years, Iva M. He was looking forward to the fourteenth in November. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Elova Geotz; and a brother, Earl Stout.
A memorial service with military honors will be held Friday at his home. Slusser, 92, of Berwick, passed away on Thursday July 6, at home with her family by her side. She was born on June 18, , in home where she passed away. Fern was 1 of three daughters born to Mae and William Reagan. She attended Berwick Area High School. She attended Berwick Christian Church until her health started to decline. Fern had a passion for the Berwick Bulldogs. She also loved to play cards with her family and attended bingo night whenever she could.
A private memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family. Horn, passed away unexpectedly on July 1, in Foster Township.
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Koch Horn, Palmerton and the late Eugene S. He was a graduate of Weatherly High School. Rob worked in the construction industry, specializing in framing houses prior to becoming disabled a few years ago. Rob was passionate about hunting and fishing. He also loved music and played the guitar. He will be greatly missed by his wife of 13 years, Brooke E. Miller Horn, White Haven; daughter, Willow; brothers: He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents; brother-in-law, John Setelin; and sister-in-law, Donna Miller.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice. Born in Bloomsburg on April 1, , he was a son of the late Jack F. He attended Mifflinville High School. After retiring, he worked part time in the meat department at the Giant Food Store in Berwick. Jimmy attended Hetlerville United Methodist Church.
He enjoyed visiting the casinos with his wife Nancy, locally, and in Atlantic City before becoming ill. He was passionate about hunting at the area with his family and friends. He owned his own hunting cabin, and on several occasions, was able to go on out of state hunting trips, as well as trips to Canada. Chloe and Anthony Hyde. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Jack Hyde. Born in Hobbie on July 18, , he was a son of the late Foster F. Gerald was also a farmer all his life.
He was an active member of St. Peters United Church of Christ, Hobbie, where he was a past council and consistory member. He enjoyed baseball and was a great player in high school and coached little league. He loved hunting, with a passion he has passed on to future generations. Gerald will be greatly missed by his wife of 58 years, Naomi Berlin Good; children: He is also survived by his sisters-in-law, Betty Good and Mary Good; and numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held at Noon on Saturday, June 24, at St.
Interment will follow in Silver Maple Cemetery. A viewing will be held at the church from She attended school in Tunkhannock. Bettie was a homemaker who enjoyed completing the tasks of providing a clean and loving home for her husband and children. Bettie was a devoted member of First Baptist Church, Berwick. She enjoyed painting ceramics.
She loved baking, especially pies, which she liked offering as dessert. She will be greatly missed by her sons: Kyle Kalanick and Rachel Kalanick; great grandchildren: Megan, Brooke, Jendyn, and Kale; step-great-grandson, Jayce; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of nearly 74 years, Maurice L. A memorial service will bel held at 2: Memorial contributions, if desired, may be made to First Baptist Church. Sukel, 70, of Berwick passed away on Saturday, June 10, , surrounded by her family.
She graduated from Hazleton High School in Carol was currently employed as a teller at First Keystone Community Bank. Carol was a member of Immaculate Conception B. In her spare time, she enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles and watching her favorite games shows. Her most cherished time was when she was with her family. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Interment will follow in Mt. Laurel Memorial Park, Hazleton. A viewing will be held on Wednesday morning in the church from She attended school in Unityville. Irene was a skillful archer and was a member of the Bloomsburg Archery Club.
She will be greatly missed by her 6 children, daughters: Kathryn Drumm, Bloomsburg; Cynthia J. Hock and wife Ann, Bloomsburg; 14 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; 8 great-great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Irene was preceded in death by her first husband, Earl Hock; and second husband, Ralph Baker. Garbacik, 83, of Hetlerville passed away on Friday, June 9, at Geisinger Bloomsburg Health Care, where she had been a patient for the past 5 years. Born in Drums on February 28, , she was a daughter of the late Julia I.
Maylath and Thomas A. She attended school in Sybertsville. Most recently she worked Wes Poultry Farm, Hetlerville. Sylvia was a member of Immaculate Conception B. Her hobbies included knitting, crocheting and ceramics. She will be greatly missed by her brothers, Jerome Garbacik and Phillip Garbacik, both of Berwick; as well as many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Thomas Jr. A viewing will be held on Tuesday morning in the church from Mowery, 75, of Beach Haven passed away peacefully on June 7, , at home. He attended school in Nescopeck. Most recently, Gordon worked at Berwick Garage Company. He was also a bus driver for Bower Bus Company, as well as a truck driver. Gordon was a member of the Garibaldi and the Slavonic Clubs, Berwick. His favorite hobby was working on cars, and he was known as a great mechanic.
He will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 52 years, Eva M. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers-in-law, Francis Shannon and Barry Gross. A graveside service will be held at 1: In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to his wife Eva Mowery, at P. Box 4, Beach Haven, PA Cartier, Sr and Holly Stowe Doone. He was raised and educated in New Jersey, and moved to the area about 20 years ago.
Jacques favorite hobby was skydiving. He also enjoyed nature and being outdoors, fishing, camping and grilling. He followed professional football and was a Pittsburg Steelers fan. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Laurel Cartier. Miano, 82,of Berwick passed away on Monday, May 22, at Berwick Hospital Center, where she was a patient for the past few days. She was raised and educated in New York. Over the years, she worked in communications at several different companies. After retirement, she moved to the Berwick area. Marge enjoyed puzzles, reading and being outdoors.
She liked cooking, and would feed anyone who came to visit. She loved spending time with family. They enjoyed many happy memories vacationing along the Baltic Sea, prior to the war displacing her and much of her family. Christine attended school in Austria, where she graduated from Lyceum. She moved to London with her brother, waitressing by day and going out with her best friend Heidi at night. It was there she met the love of her life, American 2nd class Signal Man U.
She loved cooking, gardening, dining out, and Rhine wine, which she attributed to her father, who was a wine salesman. Christine was preceded in death by her brother, Rhinehart; her grandson, Jesse Berkheiser; and her husband, Frank Levan. She is also survived by nieces and nephews: The family will be holding a private memorial service on Friday.
In lieu of flowers, please send memorial contributions to Celtic Hospice, Geisinger South, whom we cannot thank enough for their kindness. Born in Bloomsburg on May 5, , she was a daughter of the late Alvin W. Benshoff and Dorethea E. Klinger and her husband Guy Kremser. Donna was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Berwick. She enjoyed crafts, sewing, reading and crossword puzzles.
She will be greatly missed by her loving children: She was looking forward to the birth of a second great grandson, Layton Pagliaro this summer. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her grandson, Jordan Tironie; and brother, Terry Benshoff. A memorial service will be held at 2: Hons and Carl H. She graduated from Bloomsburg High School and was employed at Bemis Corporation, Hazleton for over 30 years, until her health no longer allowed.
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Her greatest love was spending time with her family. She will be greatly missed by her loving husband of 43 years, Richard L. A private celebration of life will be held this summer. Reichert, 79, of Berwick passed away on Monday, May 15, at his home, surrounded by his loving family. Ralph was employed at Argo Manufacturing, Berwick until it closed. He then worked for several local waterproofing companies until retiring. Ralph was a life member of the Eagle Hose Co.
He enjoyed woodworking and putting together jigsaw puzzles. He spent many vacations at his house in Bethany Beach, where he liked spending time at the ocean, boating, clamming and crabbing. He was an avid Pittsburg Steelers fan. He will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 57 years, Phyllis M. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by brothers, Nelson, Donald and Lester; and sisters, Alice Wright and Irene Snyder. Pastor Ryan Reigh will officiate. Born in Espy on May 5, , she was a daughter of the late Wilbur J.
She graduated from Scott Township High School, Espy, in , where she played on the basketball team and played the tenor saxophone in the high school band. Beatrice liked completing the tasks of a homemaker, and was dedicated to being a full-time wife and mother. After her children were grown, she worked for several local manufacturing plants including the Berwick Knitting Mill. She enjoyed gardening and square dancing. She will be greatly missed by her sons, Willard L.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Willard L. Harmon, Sr in ; son, David A. Barnes Steward, 91, of Berwick passed away on Tuesday, May 9, at Geisinger Bloomsburg Health Care, where she was a patient for the past few months.
She attended the Swamp School in Catawissa. In , she started at Consolidated Cigar Factory, and worked there until it closed. She was a Den mother for the Cub Scouts.
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She enjoyed housekeeping and yard work. Jeannee liked keeping up on current events. She was a very giving and social person who took the time to talk to everyone of all ages. Jeannee loved her family, and will be greatly missed by her sons, Curtis H. Makowski and husband Walter, Elysburg; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Curtis H.
Interment will follow in Rose Lawn Cemetery. Louise Martin, 72, of Berwick passed away on Monday, May 8, , surrounded by her loving family. Louise was an active member of St. She was a volunteer for Beyond Voilence, Berwick. Louise liked crossword puzzles, crafts, and reading, especially religious books.
Her greatest enjoyment was spending time with family and friends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Tommy Cashman in ; and brother, Michael Martin. A viewing will be held from 6: He was the clerk at the Bloomsburg Police Station for 28 years before retiring in He enjoyed bowling on several teams and working outside. He is survived by his loving wife, the former Bonnie Knecht, with whom he would have celebrated a 35th anniversary on May 8th; son Michael C.
Farver and wife Nikitah, Berwick; sister, Helen C. Arnwine, at the Gardens at Orangeville; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Robert Farver in , and his wife Marjorie Farver in ; and brother-in-law, Allen Arnwine in Interment will follow in New Rosemont Cemetery. Family will receive friends at a viewing in the church from Memorial contributions may be sent to Paralyzed Veterans of America, P. Box , Topeka, KS Over the years, Paula was employed at several local businesses including Berwick Weaving, where she was a quality control inspector.
Most recently, she worked in the environmental services department at the Gardens at Orangeville. Paula was a social member of the Mifflin Forest Rangers.
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She enjoyed reading, especially romance novels and mysteries. She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, who were the light of her life. She will be greatly missed by her loving husband of nearly 40 years, Darwin J. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Darwin J. Davis; and brother-in-law, Steven L. A memorial service will be held at 7: In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to the family at North Market Street, Berwick, PA , to help defray her final expenses. Thomson, 90, of Shickshinny, passed away on Wednesday, May 3, at Bonham Nursing Home, Stillwater, where she was a guest for the past 4 years.
She enjoyed sewing and crocheting, always making something for someone, from curtains to wedding gowns. Her greatest love was her family. She was a loving mother to her children and caregiver to her cherished grandchildren and great grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Adrian L. A visitation will be held on Monday, May 8, from 6: Burial will take place on Tuesday in Mount of St. Mary Cemetery, Flushing, NY. Born October 20, at the Reading Pa. After returning home from Naples, Geoff married a young woman from California and they lived in Point Reyes, where he worked as a landscaper.
When he would watch the original John Carpenter movie The Fog, which was filmed in the area, Geoff would always comment about the different landmarks, with which he had firsthand experience. Geoff and his wife divorced after two years and he returned to Reading, working as a bartender at several local bars and restaurants where he met Dennis Comstock of Berwick. Dennis and Geoff became good friends and he invited Geoff to move to Berwick, where Geoff immediately obtained work bar tending at The Inn at Turkey Hill.
Sadly, cancer stole Dennis from us in , after which Geoff moved over to Nescopeck, residing at the Benjamin Evans Residence, a historic home belonging to Robert Bob Lindquist. Here Geoff remained for the next 41 years, a devoted and loving companion to Bob. Arrangements are under the direction of the Heller Funeral Home, Nescopeck. A private memorial service for family and close friends will be scheduled later. Tributes may be sent to condolences hellerfuneral. Johnson, 50, of Berwick passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 29, at Berwick Hospital, after being stricken with a sudden illness at home.
Ron worked at Potter Construction for 19 years, and was currently a Press Enterprise paper carrier, making deliveries for rural areas. Ron enjoyed hunting and boating. Ever since his children were young, some of his favorite times were spent camping with his family. His greatest love was spending as much time as possible with his family, especially his children and grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by his wife, Wendy J. Bankes Johnson with whom he spent the past 32 years; children: Johnson, Berwick; Ryan W. He was preceded in death by his stepfather, Sidney Potter. Family will receive friends during the viewing from 6: In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family to help with his final expenses, and sent to his sister, Virginia Collins, Spring Garden Avenue, Berwick, PA Helen Lois Cooper Ochs, age 93, ended her journey here on earth on Tuesday, April 25, in her home, surrounded by her loving family.
Helen resided in Nescopeck Township after marrying her first husband, Cletus Franklin Keene in , with whom she shared five children. She enjoyed crocheting, sewing, gardening and swinging on her porch swing. She spent many hours crocheting and sewing doll clothes for her grandchildren. You would always find her in her recliner crocheting afghans throughout the winter months. She was preceded in death by husbands Cletus F. Keene who passed away in and Donald Ochs who passed away in Helen was the last surviving member of her immediate family, having been preceded in death by her 4 brothers and 2 sisters.
She is survived by her five daughters: Kline of Nescopeck; Beverly F. Ochs of Drums; Diane K. She was also blessed with 16 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Mt. She spent many nights making filling balls for the suppers they served.
She participated in community suppers in the one room school house near the church, to raise money to add a basement to the church. Helen worked as a nurses' aide at the Berwick Hospital Center for 17 years, retiring to spend time with her husband, Donald, traveling with him as he drove his Peterbilt tractor trailer delivering loads up and down the coast. A viewing will be held on Monday, May 1, at Mt. A Funeral Service will follow with the Rev.
Interment will take place in Schloyersville Cemetery, Nescopeck. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Mt. Born in Berwick on July 10, , he was a son of the late Howard L. Bower and Mary E.
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