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Obituary listings for November 6, 2002. 

Boggess
Phyllis A. (Goss) Boggess, 78, a Coraopolis resident since 1950, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 23, at her home. She was born in Lewistown, Pa., on June 28, 1924, to the late Anthony and Claire (Aurnd) Goss.
Mrs. Boggess was a member of the Assembly of God, and a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Wilbur R. Boggess; her two children, Charles G. Boggess of Auburn, NY, and Claire A. Tarquinio and her husband David of Center.
She was preceded in death by four siblings, Kenneth V., Ray, Helen Irene and Marvin Goss.
Funeral arrangements were coordinated by Copelandís Coraopolis, 867 Fifth Avenue, where a service was held with Rev. Wayne Jackson officiating, prior to burial at Coraopolis Cemetery.

Brocco
John Brocco, 86, died on Oct. 22. He was born on Jan. 17, 1918, in Bird-In-Hand, Pa.
He was a retired machinist with Fisher Control, and a member of St. Margaret Mary Church in Moon.
Husband of Katherine (Crivaro) Brocco. Father of Susan Haley, of Stowe. Grandfather of Kathy and William. Also, two great-grandchildren.
Friends were received in the Anthony J. Sanvito Funeral Home, 1316 Fourth Avenue, Coraopolis. A Mass of Christian Burial followed the funeral home service at St. Margaret Mary Church. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery, Moon.

Casasanta
Lydia R. Casasanta, 86, of McKees Rocks, died Monday, Oct. 28.
She is survived by a husband, Frank Summers, of McKees Rocks; five children, Jerry and Marcia Orsini, of Hopewell, Sylvia and Thomas Shuty, of Moon, and Helen Orsini, of Kennedy; two brothers, Oliver and Roland Casasanta, both of Coraopolis; four sisters, Yolanda Roncone and Diane Brasie, both of Coraopolis, Larraine Peppers, of Michigan; Alma Bafile, of Florida, and Dora Casasanta, of Moon.
Friends were received at McDermott Funeral Home, 1225 Chartiers Ave., McKees Rocks. Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. John of God Parish in St. Mary Church.

DePace,
Charlotte ďChivĒ A. (Hobin) DePace, 77, of Bell Acres, died Wednesday, Oct. 30 at Villa St. Joseph in Baden.
She is survived by two daughters, Gemma Jane DePace, of Clarksville, Tenn., and Nancie Kleinhans, of Moon Township; four sons, David S. DePace, of Bell Acres, Dennis A., Daniel C. and Richard D. DePace, all of Sewickley; six granddaughters, Lisa McGraw, Deborah Eirkson, Stefanie Jo Schulmeister, Ashley and Abbie DePace and Vitoria ďToriĒ DePace; six grandsons, Robert Jr. and Christopher Kleinhans, David S. DePace II, Jeffrey Schulmeister, Jonathan and Michael DePace.
DePace is also survived by eight grandchildren, Chelsea, Alex and Michael McGraw, Benjamin and Emily Eirkson, Katie and Joseph Kleinhans and Jordan DePace; one sister, Florence Barber; and two brothers, James Shoop and Dale McCutcheon, all of Coraopolis.
She was preceded in death by her sister, Florence Barber, and two brothers, Robert Shoop and Hank Hobin, both of Coraopolis.
Family and friends attended a memorial service Nov. 2 at St. James Catholic Church in Sewickley. Arrangements were handled by Copeland Funeral Home, Sewickley.
Mass was celebrated by Father Al Semler. Interment was private.

Karl
Dorothy N. Karl, 75, of Robinson Township, died Thursday, Oct. 17, at Ohio Valley Hospital.
She was born Aug. 10, 1927, in Mt. Oliver, a daughter of the late Albert and Esther Nolte.
Mrs. Karl was a longtime member of Kenmawr United Presbyterian Church where she belonged to the Rebecca Circle womenís group. She also volunteered with a local Meals on Wheels program.
She had been active with her daughter Gailís Girl Scout troop. She belonged to a craft group at Robin Hill where she enjoyed needlepoint, sewing and other crafts. She also enjoyed time at home cooking.
Mrs. Karl is survived by a husband, John G, Karl of Robinson; a son, Ken, of North Fayette; a daughter, Gail, of Washington, Pa.; and two grandchildren, Jessica Karl and Russell Nekos.
Friends were received at Joseph Somma Funeral Home and services were held at Kenmawr United Presbyterian Church. 

Kerin
Audrey B. Kerin, 68, of Findlay Township, died Tuesday, Oct. 15, at home.
She was born Dec. 20, 1933, in Crafton, a daughter of the late Joseph G. and Margaret E. Christ.
Kerin was a homemaker that enjoyed volunteering in the community. She was a former member of the Moon Run and Fair Hopes Volunteer fire departmentsí ladies auxiliaries. She was also a member of the Emblem Club of the Fair Hope Elks Lodge.
She also enjoyed dancing, rollerskating, playing cards and singing.
She is survived by three daughters, Susan Ann Franc, of Robinson, Mary Guzak, of Monaca, and Colleen Kerin, of Coraopolis; three sons, Daniel, of Vero Beach, Fla., Michael, of Fairhope, Ala., and William, of Oakdale; two sisters, Nina Blystone, of Findlay Twp. and Josephine Scott, of Fairhope, Ala.; and one brother, Charles Christ, of Pocatello, Ida. 
Friends were received at Joseph Somma Funeral Home, Robinson Township, and interment was at St. Maryís Cemetery.

Mihalyi
Leslie Mihalyi, 82, of Allison Park, and formerly of Coraopolis, died Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2002, at UPMC Passavant.
He was born in Coraopolis on Nov. 1, 1919 to the late Paul and Maria (Shziligyi) Mihalyi.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was recipient of European African Middle Eastern service medal with five bronze stars. He was a lifetime member of VFW Post in Madeira Beach, Fla.
Mr. Mihalyi is survived by his daughter, Mary Ellen; her husband, James Thompson of Moon Township; and one sister, Rose Toth, of Sarasota, Fla.
Copelandís Funeral Home, 867 Fifth Ave., Coraopolis. handled the arrangements. Burial was in Coraopolis Cemetery.

Sambolt
Cecelia (Preininger) Sambold, 90, a life-long resident of Coraopolis, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at St. Margaret Hospital.
She was born in Coraopolis on Aug. 11, 1912, to the late Francis (Frank) and Cecelia (Urban) Preininger. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband John J. Sambolt Jr., on March 16, 1998.
Mrs. Sambolt was a member of St. Joseph Church and a homemaker. She devoted her entire life to her children, grandchildren and family.
She is survived by her five children, John Sambolt and his wife Pearl, of Coraopolis, Marie Aiello, of Moon, Cecelia Eisert and her husband Richard, of Erie, Margaret Hughes and her husband Frank, of New Wilmington, and James Sambolt and his wife Christine, of South Park. Also, 10 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her grandson, Georgie Hepler; her four sisters, Alfreda Tesla, Elsie Weber, Amelia Mahr and Mathilda Zieger; her three brothers, Frank, Ed and George Preininger.
Funeral arrangements were coordinated by Copelandís Coraopolis, 867 Fifth Avenue. Funeral Mass was at St. Joseph Church with Father Malcolm McDonald officiating. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery.

Szost
Henry Szost, 84, a life-long resident of Groveton, passed away on Monday, Oct. 21, at Mariner Health Care of West Hills.
Mr. Szost was born in Groveton on Aug. 29, 1918, to the late Andrew and Sophia (Reczkowski) Szost.
Mr. Szost was a member of St. Joseph Church, VFW Post 402, Catholic War Vets and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
He retired in 1981 from Equipment Corp., Groveton, where he had been a supervisor.
Mr. Szost is survived by four sisters, Mary C. Uranker, of Groveton, Stephanie Kish, of Coraopolis, Sophia L. Szost, of Groveton, and Catherine Padgett, of Hopewell.
He was preceded in death by five sisters and brothers, Stella Stiney, Walter Szost, Helen Bucka, Annette Szost and Robert A. Szost.
Visitation was at Copelandís Coraopolis, 867 Fifth Avenue, where a VFW Service was held. 
Mass of Christian Burial was at St. Joseph Church with Father Malcolm McDonald officating. Burial was in St. Joseph Cemetery with military honors. 

Obituary listings for November 13, 2002. 

Dudek
Sister Mary Helen Anna Dudek, 91, of Coraopolis, died Wednesday, Nov. 6, from respiratory problems at South Side Hospital.
She was born in 1911, in Glassmere, Pa., a daughter of the late Stanislaus and Marianne Kosiba Dudek.
Sister Dudek was in her 76th year as a member of the Felician Sisters of Coraopolis. She was a member of St.Mary of Czestochowa Parish in New Kensington, from which she entered the Felician Sisters in 1926. She was invested in the habit of the order in 1927 and made her first profession of vows in 1928. In 1934, she pronounced her final vows as a Felician Sister.
A life-long educator, she earned bachelorís and masterís degrees in education from Duquesne University.
She spent more than 40 years as a teacher and principal in the Catholic elementary schools of the dioceses in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Greensburg and Steubenville.
In 1971, she was elected as the provincial superior of the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Province of the Felician Sisters in Coraopolis. Upon completion of her term of office, she began a 19-year ministry to the residents of St. Anne Home in Greensburg as receptionist and pastoral care visitor.
In 1996, declining health caused her to take up residence in the provincial house.
She is survived by a sister, Helen Dudek, of Arnold; a brother, Henry, of Lower Burrell; a sister-in-law, Angela Dudek, of New Kensington, and nephews.
Friends were received at Sanvito Funeral Home, 1316 Fourth Ave., Coraopolis. Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Joseph Church in Coraopolis. Interment followed at Felician Cemetery in Moon.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Felician Sisters Renovation Fund, 1500 Woodcrest Ave., Coraopolis, or a charity of the donorís choice

Kerin
Audrey B. Kerin, 68, of Findlay Township, died Tuesday, Oct. 15, at home.
She was born Dec. 20, 1933, in Crafton, a daughter of the late Joseph G. and Margaret E. Christ.
Mrs. Kerin was a homemaker who enjoyed volunteering in the community. She was a former member of the Moon Run and Fair Hopes volunteer fire departmentsí ladies auxiliaries. She was also a member of the Emblem Club of the Fair Hope Elks Lodge.
She also enjoyed dancing, rollerskating, playing cards and singing.
Mrs. Kerin is survived by three daughters, Susan Ann Franc, of Robinson, Mary Guzak, of Monaca, and Colleen Kerin, of Coraopolis; three sons, Daniel, of Vero Beach, Fla., Michael, of Fairhope, Ala., and William, of Oakdale; two sisters, Nina Blystone, of Findlay and Josephine Scott, of Fairhope, Ala.; and one brother, Charles Christ, of Pocatello, Id., 
Friends were received at Joseph Somma Funeral Home, Robinson Township, and interment was at St. Maryís Cemetery.

Nam
Chul H. Nam, 78, of Moon Township, died Monday, Nov. 4, at St. Clair Hospital.
He was born March 21, 1924, in Korea, a son of the late Hui Yang and Chong Jun Nam. 
Mr. Nam was formerly of Indianapolis, Ind., and Michigan.
Mr. Nam was a retired security officer for the Korean government.
He is survived by his wife, Do H. (Kwang) Nam; four children, Sang Pok Nam, of Virginia Beach, Va., Chong Suk Nam, of Palaceside Park, N.J., Sang Kyu Nam, of Moon Township and Yun Sik Nam, also of Moon; and seven grandchildren.
Friends were received at Copeland Funeral Home, 867 Fifth Ave., Coraopolis, were a funeral service was held with Rev. Eun Soo Lee officiating. Burial was in Sewickley Cemetery. 

Smolar
Irene Turzai Smolar, 79, formerly of Coraopolis, died Monday, Nov. 4, at Life Care of Columbia in South Carolina.
She was born Sept. 4, 1923, in Coraopolis, a daughter of the late John and Helen Lambert Turzai.
Mrs. Smolar and her husband were owners of a grocery store. She was a member of St. Joseph Church and was a Coraopolis High graduate.
She is survived by her husband, John B.; a daughter and son-in-law, Dorothy and Donald Burckart, of Blythewood, S.C.; a brother and sister-in-law, Emil and John Smolar, of New Brighton; and a granddaughter.
Visitation was held at Copelandís Funeral Home, Coraopolis, Father Malcolm McDonald officiating. Entombment was in Calvary Cemetery.
Memorials may be made in her name to American Diabetes Association or a local hospice. 

Obituary listings for November 27, 2002. 

Allen
Ronald V. Allen, 66, of Moon Township, died Sunday, Nov. 17, at Sewickley Valley Hospital.
He was born April 7, 1936, in Carnegie, a son of the late Vaughn and Grace B. Wagner Allen.
Allen was a union plumber for 34 years with Local 27, Robinson Township, and retired in 1985.
Survivors include: his wife, Mary Ann Powell Allen; four children, Jane Skleton and her husband, Mark, of Hopewell Township, Ronda McElhaney, of Moon Township, Russ Allen and his wife, Diana, of Chippewa, and Darlene Wagner and her husband, Todd, of Cheswick; five grandchildren, Nikki, Taylor, Christopher, Zachary and Cassandra; and one sister, Nancy Crouse, of Georgia.
He was preceded in death by one sister, Bonnie Jean Allen, and a brother, Edward Allen.
Copelandís Coraopolis handled funeral arrangements with Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Sterling officiating.
Burial in Chartiers Cemetery was private.

Cook
Lawrence Dale Cook, 50, of Pittsburgh, died Wednesday, Nov. 20 in UPMC Shadyside.
He was born Nov. 3, 1952, in McKees Rocks, a son of Raymond R. Cook, of Clinton, and the late Phyllis M. Mouck Cook.
He worked as a mail clerk for PNC Bank.
Survivors include: two sisters, Donna R. Hart and Barbara A. Cook, both of Pittsburgh; and a nephew, Oliver Lane.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Terry Lee Cook.
Moody Funeral Home, Clinton, handled arrangements.
Cremation took place with interment at Hopewell-Hebron Cemetery.

Huff
Frances D. Huff, 63, of Aliquippa, died Sunday, Nov. 17, at UPMC Aliquippa Hospital.
She was born Nov. 25, 1938, in Pittsburgh, a daughter of the late Modesto and Nicoletta Gugliussa Capalbo.
Mrs. Huff was an assistant librarian at Robert Morris University for 16 years at the Moon campus.
Survivors include: her husband, Russell J. Huff Sr., of Aliquippa; four sons and two daughters-in-law, Russell J. Huff Jr. and his wife, Jane, of Castle Shannon, David M. Huff and his wife, Sharon, of Cleveland, Ohio, Scott E. Huff, of Independence Township, and Erich S. Huff, of Aliquippa; one sister, Mary Ann Manfredi, of McMurray; one brother, Frank J. Capalbo, of Pleasant Hills; and five grandchildren, Elizabeth, Russell J. III, Nichole, Michael and Daniel.
She was preceded in death by her sister, Antoinetta Schnorr.
Copelandís Moon Township handled funeral arrangements with Pastor John Williams officiating.
Burial was in Mt. Royal Cemetery, Glenshaw.
Memorial contributions may be made to American Diabetes Association, 300 Penn Center Blvd., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 15210. 

Miller
Perry K. Miller, Sr., 64, of Moon Township, died Monday, Nov. 18, at Sewickley Valley Hospital.
He was born July 28, 1938, in Barnsville, Ohio, to the late William B. and Anna Stone Miller.
Mr. Miller was a U.S. Army veteran during peacetime, and was an avid bowler and golfer.
He retired in 1995. He was a physical therapist in the Pittsburgh area for 28 years and was chief physical therapist for 18 years at Sewickley Valley Hospital.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth Ann Cuomo Miller, of Moon; one son, Perry K. Miller Jr., of Moon; one daughter and son-in-law, Allison and Todd Scanlon, of North Fayette; two grandchildren, Brendan and Tyler Scanlon; and in-laws, Josephine Cuomo Norman, of Columbus, Ohio, Frank Jr., Shirley and Joseph Cuomo, all of Follansbee, W.Va.
Copelandís Moon Township handled funeral arrangements with Pastor Tim Michaux officiating. Entombment was in Resurrection Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Sewickley Valley Hospital Oncology Dept., 701 Broad St., Sewickley, Pa. 15143 or Beaver Assembly of God Church, 500 Dutchridge Rd., Beaver, Pa. 15009.

Reid
Milton E. Reid, 53, of Coraopolis, died Wednesday, Nov. 20 at his residence.
He was born Sept. 11, 1949, in Columbus, Ohio, a son of Dr. Robert Henry Reid Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Margaret Jean Stewart Upthegrove, of Utica, N.Y
Reid worked for U.S. Airways for 29 years as a lead inspector and was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Coraopolis.
He served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and received a national defense service medal.
Reid was an avid softball player for many teams in the area Ė including the Sewickley Legion where he was a member.
Survivors include: two daughters, Melanee Y. White Reid, of Coraopolis, and Dionne M. Reid and her fiancee, Larry Faulkner, of Coraopolis; two brothers, Robert Reid III, of Raleigh-Durham, N.C., and Joseph Reid, of Utica, N.Y.; one daughter, Sheridan Reid Banks, of Nashville, Tenn.; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a step-father, Rev. Franklin Upthegrove.
Copelandís Coraopolis handled arrangements with a service held at Coraopolis United Methodist Church with Pastor David Williamson officiating.
Memorial contributions can be made in his name to Odyssey Hospice, Parkway One, Suite 500, Cliff Mine Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15275. 

Richmond
George V. Richmond, 70, of Hopewell Township, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, at his residence.
He was born Sept. 4, 1932, in Dallas, W.Va., to the late Elmer R. and Gladys M. Baldwin Richmond.
Richmond was a veteran of the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict. She was a member of Hopewell VFW and Glenwillard United Methodist Church.
He retired from Columbia Gas Co. in 1992 after 36 years of service as district accounting supervisor.
Survivors include: his wife, Carol S. Bishop Richmond; one daughter and son-in-law, Kelly Lion and her husband, Wallace, of Moon; three daughters, Julia Winter, of Scottsdale Ariz., Carolyn Pettit, of Florida, and Susan Richmond, of Columbus, Ohio; four brothers, Wayne Richmond, of Sarasota, Fla., John and Raydean Richmond, both of Fort Worth Tex., and James Richmond, of Wheeling, W. Va.; and a grandson, Brandon Wallace Lion.
Copelandís Moon Township handled funeral arrangements with Pastor Robert Jordan officiating. Burial was in Coraopolis Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Glenwillard United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 344, Crescent, Pa. 15046 or Good Samaritan Hospice, 3500 Brooktree Rd., Wexford, Pa. 15090. 

Toth
Katheryn A. ďAunt KittyĒ Toth died Sunday, Nov. 17, from cancer.
She is survived by her husband, George Toth, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Copelandís Coraopolis handled funeral arrangements.
Memorial Mass will be held Friday, Dec. 20, at 8:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Church, 1301 Fifth Ave., Coraopolis.
Memorials may be made in her name to the American Diabetes Association, 300 Penn Center Blvd., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 15221.

Tranter
Mildred Oehling Tranter, 87, of South Heights, died Saturday, Nov. 16.
She was a member of Shannopin United Methodist Church and a member of the Crescent Township Senior Citizens.
Mrs. Tranter is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Thomas W. and Carole Hinsch, of Green Tree, and Richard and Madeline Tranter, of South Heights; one daughter and son-in-law, Wendy and David Brueck, of Shippenville, Pa.; eight granddaughters, 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her brother, George Oehling; one son, G. Robert Hinsch; and her husband, Walter H. Tranter.
Copelandís Moon Township handled funeral arrangements. Service was held at the funeral home with Rev. Robert Jordan officiating.
Contributions may be made to Shannopin United Methodist Church, 4014 Jordan St., South Heights. 

Obituary listings for December 4, 2002 

Allen 
Ronald V. Allen, 66, of Moon Township, died Sunday, Nov. 17, at Sewickley Valley Hospital.
He was born April 7, 1936, in Carnegie, a son of the late Vaughn and Grace B. Wagner Allen.
Allen was a union plumber for 34 years with Local 27, Robinson Township, and retired in 1985.
Survivors include: his wife, Mary Ann Powell Allen; four children, Jane Skleton and her husband, Mark, of Hopewell Township, Ronda McElhaney, of Moon Township, Russ Allen and his wife, Diana, of Chippewa, and Darlene Wagner and her husband, Todd, of Cheswick; five grandchildren, Nikki, Taylor, Christopher, Zachary and Cassandra; and one sister, Nancy Crouse, of Georgia.
He was preceded in death by one sister, Bonnie Jean Allen, and a brother, Edward Allen.
Copelandís Coraopolis handled funeral arrangements with Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Sterling officiating.
Burial in Chartiers Cemetery was private.

Basile
Mary Basile, 93, of Coraopolis since 1929, died Friday, Nov. 22, at Valley Care Masonic Center.
She was born Feb. 15, 1909, in Italy, a daughter of the late Pasquale and Catherine Veltri Veneziano.
Mrs. Basile was a member of St. Joseph Church and the Christian Motherís Association.
Survivors include: three daughters, Philomena Hopkins, of Evan City, Katherine Harter, of Stow, Ohio, and Mary Mauk and her husband, Richard, of Coraopolis; two sisters, Barbara Chiodi, of Coraopolis, and Carrie Iaquinta, of Erie; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Copelandís Coraopolis handled arrangements. Funeral mass was held at St. Joseph Church with Father Malcolm McDonald officiating. Burial was in Sylvania Hills.

Cassidy 
Sara Pettibon Cassidy, 97, of Coraopolis for more than 70 years, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, in Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Cassidy was born Nov. 2, 1905, in Jefferson, Pa., a daughter of the late Thomas A. and Wilhemina Weigman Pettibon.
She was a first grade teacher for more than 30 years with Coraopolis School District.
She was a member of Coraopolis Methodist Church for more than 70 years and taught Sunday school for 55 years. She was a member of the Cot Club and Century Club along with United Methodist Women. She was truly an exceptional Christian woman that lived her faith.
Survivors include: two children, Dolores Sasway and her husband Joseph, of Ramona, Cal., and retired U.S. Air Force General Duane H. Cassidy and his wife, Rosalie, both of Sewickley and Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, W. Harlan Cassidy, on Jan. 14, 1974.
Arrangements were handled by Copelandís Coraopolis. A funeral service was held at Coraopolis United Methodist Church with Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Sterling officiating. Burial was in Coraopolis Cemetery.
Memorials may be made in her name to her church.

Cook
Lawrence Dale Cook, 50, of Pittsburgh, died Wednesday, Nov. 20, in UPMC Shadyside.
He was born Nov. 3, 1952, in McKees Rocks, a son of Raymond R. Cook, of Clinton, and the late Phyllis M. Mouck Cook.
He worked as a mail clerk for PNC Bank.
Survivors include: two sisters, Donna R. Hart and Barbara A. Cook, both of Pittsburgh; and a nephew, Oliver Lane.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Terry Lee Cook.
Moody Funeral Home, Clinton, handled arrangements. Cremation took place with interment at Hopewell-Hebron Cemetery.

Pluechel
Judith Marie Pluechel, 50, of Friendship Ridge for the past 22 years, died Thursday, Nov. 21.
Mrs. Pluechel was born in Sewickley, a daughter of Wilbert L. and the late Adeline Coleman Pluechel.
She was a member of New Bethlehem United Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include: her uncle, Robert Pluechel, of Sewickley; her aunt and uncle, Charles and Ruth Coleman, of Hopewell; her uncle, Duane McCreight, of Moon; cousins and relatives; and dear friends, Alna and John Adams, of Midland, and Rhonda Heckel, of Rochester.
She was preceded in death by a brother, James Pluechel; and one aunt, Alfadine McCreight.
Arrangements were handled by Copelandís Moon Township where a service was held with Rev. James DeWeese officiating.
Burial followed in New Bethlehem Church Cemetery.

Reid
Milton E. Reid, 53, of Coraopolis, died Wednesday, Nov. 20 at his residence.
He was born Sept. 11, 1949, in Columbus, Ohio, a son of Dr. Robert Henry Reid Jr., of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Margaret Jean Stewart Upthegrove, of Utica, N.Y
Reid worked for U.S. Airways for 29 years as a lead inspector and was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Coraopolis.
He served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and received a national defense service medal.
Reid was an avid softball player for many teams in the area Ė including the Sewickley Legion where he was a member.
Survivors include: two daughters, Melanee Y. White Reid, of Coraopolis, and Dionne M. Reid and her fiancee, Larry Faulkner, of Coraopolis; two brothers, Robert Reid III, of Raleigh-Durham, N.C., and Joseph Reid, of Utica, N.Y.; one daughter, Sheridan Reid Banks, of Nashville, Tenn.; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a step-father, Rev. Franklin Upthegrove.
Copelandís Coraopolis handled arrangements with a service held at Coraopolis United Methodist Church with Pastor David Williamson officiating.
Memorial contributions can be made in his name to Odyssey Hospice, Parkway One, Suite 500, Cliff Mine Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15275. 

Richmond 
George V. Richmond, 70, of Hopewell Township, died Tuesday, Nov. 19, at his residence.
He was born Sept. 4, 1932, in Dallas, W.Va., to the late Elmer R. and Gladys M. Baldwin Richmond.
Mr. Richmond served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict. He was a member of Hopewell VFW and Glenwillard United Methodist Church.
He retired from Columbia Gas Co. in 1992 after 36 years as a supervisor.
Survivors include: his wife, Carol S. Bishop Richmond; one daughter and son-in-law, Kelly Lion and her husband, Wallace, of Moon; three daughters, Julia Winter, of Scottsdale Ariz., Carolyn Pettit, of Florida, and Susan Richmond, of Columbus, Ohio; four brothers, Wayne Richmond, of Sarasota, Fla., John and Raydean Richmond, both of Fort Worth Tex., and James Richmond, of Wheeling, W. Va.; and a grandson, Brandon Wallace Lion.
Copelandís Moon Township handled funeral arrangements with Pastor Robert Jordan officiating. Burial was in oraopolis Cemetery.

Young
Evelyn V. Young, 59, of Coraopolis, died Saturday, Nov. 9 in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Young was born Apr. 9, 1943, in Sewickley.
She was a registered nurse at St. Francis Hospital for 39 years and at Mercy Hospital.
Mrs. Young was a lifetime Coraopolis resident.
She is survived by one daughter, Amy L. Ivory, of Fredericksburg, Va.; one brother, David C. Ivory, of Moon; three brothers, Gary D. Young, of Coraopolis, Charles Young, of Pittsburgh, and Terry Young, of California; three grandchildren, Hali, Tyson and Dahlia; and many great-grand and great-great grandchildren.
Arrangements were handled by Anthony J. Sanvito Funeral Home, Coraopolis.
A funeral was held in the funeral home. Interment was in Coraopolis Cemetery. 


 

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