|Robert Lee Adams Sr.
Retired crane operator
Robert Lee Adams Sr., 70, of North Buffalo Road, Washington, died at
8:40 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2001, in Orange City, Fla.
He was born October 5, 1930, in Derry, a son of the late Thomas H.
Adams and Mildred Jeanette Wolford Adams Delaney.
A Protestant, Mr. Adams attended Washington High School, and during
the Korean War served in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific Theater.
Prior to retirement, Mr. Adams was a crane operator for R.G. Johnson
Co. of Washington. He was a member of Edwin Scott Linton Post 175 of the
Ameican Legion; Fraternal Order of Eagles 687; and Hawkins Post Home 927
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Surviving are two sons, Robert L. Adams Jr. of Portsmouth, Va., and
Richard Adams of Pittsburgh; two daughters, Sandra Shrader of Washington
and Karen Craig of West Middletown; a brother, Ronald Adams of North Jackson,
Ohio; three sisters, Nancy Slider of Washington, with whom he made his
home, and Margie Pletcher of Washington and Elizabeth Harris of Newton
Falls, Ohio; four grandchildren, Corey Adams, Erica and Hilary Shrader,
and Coleman Craig; and several nieces and nephews.
Deceased are a brother, Thomas Adams, and a sister, Lucille Hiles.
Longtime resident of Cumberland Township
Ethel Dodds, 83, of Carmichaels, died Wednesday, February 14, 2001,
in Rolling Meadows Nursing Home, Waynesburg, after a lengthy illness.
She was born August 29, 1917, in Cumberland Township, a daughter of
Joe and Eliza Snyder Stickles.
Mrs. Dodd was a homemaker and lived most of her life in Cumberland
She attended Fairdale Free Methodist Church in Carmichaels.
On October 12, 1936, she married Walter Dodds, who died September 11,
Mrs. Dodds was the last of her immediate family.
Surviving are three sons, George W. Dodds of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio,
Ernest W. Dodds of Brunswick, Ohio, and William R. Dodds of Twinsburg,
Ohio; three daughters, Anna L. Murphy of Mather, Mary Abbott of Carmichaels
and Betty Uveges of Waynesburg; 16 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren;
and a great-great-grandchild.
Deceased are three half brothers, Charles, Sylvia and Clyde Skiles;
and a half sister, Emma Martin.
Isabel L. Dulaney
Isabel L. "Subbie" Dulaney, 64, of Washington, died at 9:45 a.m. Thursday,
February 15, 2001, in the Washington Hospital emergency department after
a lengthy illness.
She was born May 2, 1936, in Washington, a daughter of the late Dominick
"Toots" and Theresa Tiano Marra.
Mrs. Dulaney worked at Brockway Glass Plant 7 until its closing.
On February 22, 1958, she married Robert S. Dulaney, who survives.
Also surviving are four sons, Robert D., Randy S., Rodney C. and Richard
F. Dulaney, all of Washington; three sisters, Mary Lytle of Washington,
Connie Villani of Bridgeville and Norma Jean Bedley of Fort Lauderdale,
Fla.; and four grandchildren, Chelsey, Taylor, Robbie and Alisha Dulaney.
Deceased is a brother, John L. Marra.
Services and burial for the immediate family will be private. Memorial
contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, Southwest Region,
320 Bilmar Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15205-4620. Arrangements are under the
direction of Hummell & Barnhill Memorial Chapel, Washington.
Former Carmichaels resident
Mary Oblak, 79, of Naperville, Ill., died Wednesday, February 14, 2001,
in Edward Hospital, Naperville.
She was born May 30, 1921, in Edenborn, a daughter of John and Suzanne
Mrs. Oblak was a former resident of Carmichaels.
She was a member of St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Naperville.
Surviving are three sons, Paul Oblak of Tempe, Ariz., Ronald Oblak
of Aliquippa and James Oblak of Bakersfield, Calif.; three daughters, Suzanne
Zalar of Naperville, Mary Ann Toyloy of Phoenix, Ariz., and Antoinette
Campbell of Bothell, Wash.; and 11 grandchildren.
Mrs. Oblak was the last of her immediate family.
Deceased is her husband, Paul Oblak, who died February 9, 1964.
Dolores A. Prentice
Formerly of Monongahela
Dolores A. Prentice, 64, of Homestead, formerly of Monongahela, died
Monday, February 12, 2001, in her home.
She was born March 12, 1936, in Monongahela, a daughter of the late
David Leroy and Anna Secrist Prentice.
Miss Prentice was Protestant.
Surviving are a brother, Leroy Prentice of Monongahela; and a nephew.
Private services were held. L.M. Frye Funeral Home Inc., Monongahela,
in charge of arrangements.
Allegheny Power retiree
Donald Shultz, 67, of 500 Bridge Street, Waynesburg, died Thursday,
February 15, 2001, in Greene County Memorial Hospital, after a long illness.
He was born October 18, 1933, in Waynesburg, a son of Charles Okel
and Lucille Smith Shultz.
Mr. Shultz was a 1951 graduate of Waynesburg High School.
He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War.
Mr. Shultz worked as a dispatcher for the Jefferson Division of Allegheny
Power for 36 years, retiring in 1995.
He was an active member of Cornerstone Covenant Church, Waynesburg,
and participated in the prison ministry.
On January 1, 1955, he married Judith Kridle, who survives.
Also surviving are a son, Vincent Shultz of Waynesburg; two daughters,
Audrey Dorman of Forest, Va., and Cathy Kirby of Waynesburg; seven grandchildren,
Rachel, Valerie and Caroline Shultz, Evan, Zoey and Tate Dorman and Dylan
Kirby; a great-granddaughter; and two sisters, Donnis Shultz of Waynesburg
and Helen Rae Singleton of the state of Indiana.
Deceased is a sister, Carol Ann Shultz.
Irene H. Simmons
Simmons Farm Market owner/operator
Irene H. Simmons, 89, formerly of McMurray, died at 12:05 a.m. Wednesday,
February 14, 2001.
She was a member of Order of Eastern Star.
Mrs. Simmons, along with her late husband, had operated Simmons Farm
and Market in McMurray.
Surviving are a son, Earl Simmons Jr. of McMurray; a daughter, Delores
Loughman of Ohio; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Deceased is her husband, Earl Simmons Sr.
Mechanic and welder
Edward Henry Windsheimer, 88, of Canonsburg, formerly of McDonald,
died at 10 p.m. Wednesday, February 14, 2001, in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh.
He was born November 10, 1912, in McDonald, a son of George A. and
Katherina P. Kress Windsheimer.
Mr. Windsheimer was a member of Calvary Presbyterian Church of McDonald.
He was a mechanic and welder at Disco Co., a subsidery of Pittsburgh Coal
Co., for 29 years. He then retired from Briggs and Tervis Co., Imperial.
Mr. Windsheimer enjoyed working in his garden and yard.
On August 14, 1943, he married Anna Jenkins, who survives.
Also surviving are a son, Edward R. Windsheimer of Canonsburg; and
two sisters, Anna Hultz of McMurray and Elizabeth Davidson of Bethel Park;
a grandson, Ian Windsheimer; and many nieces and nephews.
Deceased are a sister, Mary B. Grivnow; and four brothers, George J.,
John F., Harry and Carl U. Windsheimer.
Mary Jo Andrew
37-year employee of G.C. Murphy Co.
Mary Jo Andrew, 70, of 825 Woodland Avenue, Waynesburg, died at 10:30
p.m. Thursday, February 15, 2001, in Rolling Meadows Nursing Home, Waynesburg,
following a lengthy illness.
She was born May 27, 1930, in Center Township, Greene County, a daughter
of Russell and Ellen McNeely Thomas.
Mrs. Andrew spent her entire life in Greene County.
She was a member of First Church of the Nazarene in Waynesburg, where
she was an active member, holding several positions over the years. On
April 10, 1996, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the church.
Mrs. Andrew worked as a clerk for G.C. Murphy Co. in Waynesburg for
37 years. She also operated a personal care home for several years.
On May 2, 1960, she married W. Leo Andrew, who died August 28, 1987.
Surviving are a daughter, Cindy T. Huffman of Waynesburg; three grandchildren,
Joella Huffman Smith and Duane A. and Jennifer Lynn Huffman; three great-grandchildren;
a stepson, William C. Andrew of Delaware; three stepgrandchildren and seven
stepgreat-grandchildren; two brothers, James Fred Thomas of Redmond, Wash.,
and Lowell Thomas of Seattle, Wash.
Deceased are two sisters, Catherine and Betty Jean Thomas.
Marie Veydt Calvey
Worked at Western Center
Marie Veydt Calvey, 86, of Bridgeville, formerly of Cecil, died Friday,
February 16, 2001, in I.H.S. Greenery, Canonsburg.
She was born November 30, 1914, in Cecil, a daughter of Louis and Marie
Peron Veydt Sr.
Mrs. Calvey was employed in the dietary department at Western Center
in Canonsburg until her retirement in 1979.
She was a member of Venice Presbyterian Church.
Prior to illness, Mrs. Calvey was active with the senior citizens groups
in Bridgeville and South Fayette Township, and enjoyed traveling.
Surviving are two grandsons, David and Daniel Calvey; and a brother,
Alex Veydt of Cecil.
Her caregiver was Dorothy Veydt of Bridgeville.
Deceased are a son, John "Butch" Calvey; an infant daughter; three
sisters, Harriet Strimel, Victoria Aubrey and Elaine Zakareckis; and four
brothers, Paul, Frank, Louis and John.
Thomas M. Campbell
Former local resident was construction supervisor
Thomas M. Campbell, 47, of Edgewood Drive, Bealeton, Va., formerly
of Washington, died Wednesday, February 14, 2001, in University of Virginia
Medical Center, Charlottesville, Va., after a three-week illness.
He was born July 5, 1953, in Washington, a son of the late Robert H.
and Mona Faye Moore Campbell.
Mr. Campbell was employed as a construction supervisor at Wireless
Enterprises Ltd. in Columbia, Md.
On April 25, 1987, he married Joyce E. Beglin, who survives.
Also surviving are a daughter, Melissa E. Campbell, at home; three
brothers, Robert Campbell of Washington, Jeffrey Campbell of Chicago, Ill.,
and Gary Campbell of Orlando, Fla.; two sisters, Debbie Duda of Wellsburg,
W.Va., and Sandy Laskarzewski of Jacksonville, Fla.
Former Waynesburg resident
Patricia A. Fleckenstein, 67, of 10701 Penn Avenue South, Bloomington,
Minn., formerly of Waynesburg, died at 3 a.m. Friday, February 16, 2001,
in Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina, Minn.
She was born June 13, 1933, in Waynesburg, a daughter of Ruth Throckmorton
Hoge of Waynesburg R.D.4 and the late J. Randall Hoge.
Mrs. Fleckenstein was Catholic and had worked for several banking institutions
On December 1, 1956, she married Paul Fleckenstein, who survives.
Also surviving, in addition to her mother, are a daughter, Barbara
Braun of Castle Shannon; three sons, Daniel Fleckenstein of Castle Shannon,
Michael Fleckenstein of Bloomington and Lawrence Fleckenstein of West Mifflin;
11 grandchildren; and a brother, John Hoge of Waynesburg R.D.4.
Lydia Tustin Hamilton
American Cancer Society volunteer
Lydia Tustin Hamilton, 74, of Waynesburg R.D.5 (Hargus Creek), died
unexpectedly at 9:30 p.m. Thursday, February 15, 2001, in the home of her
son, Richard E. "Ick" Hamilton, after being in failing health for the past
She was born August 2, 1926, in Richhill Township, Greene County, a
daughter of Joseph Cephus and Fannie Barney Tustin. She was raised by her
foster parents, Earl and Marie Grove Tustin, from the age of 3.
Mrs. Hamilton resided in Jackson Township for several years prior to
moving to Center Township in 1950.
She was a 1943 graduate of Center Township School and a member of Rogersville
Mrs. Hamilton was an employee of the former Greenway Shirt Factory
in Waynesburg. Prior to her retirement in 1986, she was employed by West
Greene School District in the high school cafeteria for more than 10 years
She was a member of West Greene Senior Citizens, Cornerstone Genealogical
Society, AFSCME Retired Public Employees of Pennsylvania Chapter 13 and
a volunteer with the American Cancer Society for several years.
On October 20, 1944, she married Richard Eugene Hamilton, who died
May 8, 2000.
In additon to her son, surviving are a brother, Frank Tustin of Rutan;
a sister, Mildred Vensic; three grandchildren, Robin Ketchem, Shelly Amos
and Vicki Wilson; five great-grandchildren; and two stepgrandchildren,
Eric and Natalie Ketchem.
Deceased are two great-grandchildren, Wesley Ryan and Abigail Rachelle
Amos; a brother, Leo T. Tustin, who was killed in action during World War
II; a sister, June Kidwell; a half sister, Lena Knisley; and three half
brothers, Raymond "Tuck" and Russell Tustin and Alfred Martin.
Roselene M. Hanlin
Formerly of Burgettstown
Roselene M. Hanlin, 83, of Wintersville, Ohio, formerly of Burgettstown,
died Friday, February 16, 2001, in Trinity West Hospital, Steubenville,
She was born February 5, 1918, in Bellaire, Ohio, a daughter of Charles
and Bessie Anderson Fox.
Mrs. Hanlin was a member of Wintersville United Methodist Church.
Her husband, Clyde R. Hanlin, died in 1981.
Surviving are three sons, Gary Hanlin of East Springfield, Ohio, Edwin
Hanlin of Glendale, W.Va., and James Hanlin of Cary, N.C.; and six grandchildren.
Seven brothers and sisters are deceased.
Harry F. Hawk
Worked for 40 years at Shenango Steel
Harry F. "Buck" Hawk, 80, of Houston, died Friday, February 16, 2001,
in Vencore Hospital, Oakdale.
He was born June 11, 1920, in Smock, a son of Bert and Ada Nicklow
Mr. Hawk was a retired steelworker, working for 40 years at Shenango
Steel on Neville Island, Pittsburgh, and was a member of the United Steelworkers
Surviving are his wife, Pauline Borich Hawk of McKees Rocks; two sons,
Carl and Harry James Hawk, both of McKees Rocks; a daughter, Mary Kathryn
Weigand of Emsworth; a stepdaughter, Karen Hawk of Eighty Four; a brother,
Edward Hawk of Pittsburgh; six sisters, Anna Kay Kovach of Grindstone,
Betty Hawk of Goldsboro, N.C., Mary Stouffer of Weirton, W.Va., Arlene
Lazear of Waynesburg, Nina Fedor of Cleveland, Ohio, and Della Hawk of
Phoenix, Ariz.; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild
and several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Hawk made his home with Jean Shimshick.
Deceased are four brothers, Charles, William, Henry and Robert Hawk.
Truck driver and gun club member
Russell Hutchins, 54, of Bulger, died Thursday, February 15, 2001.
He was born June 6, 1946, in Belle Bontaine, Ohio, a son of the late
Edwin and Gladys Huffman Hutchins.
Mr. Hutchins was a truck driver with Daily's Express and was a member
of Greater Pittsburgh Gun Club.
Surviving are his wife, Kathleen Abbott Hutchins; three daughters,
Florence Hutchins of Nebraska, and Bertha Hutchins and Carol Hutchins,
both of Bulger; a granddaughter, Kathleen Hutchins; and two brothers, Robert
and Ronald Hutchins of Ohio.
James G. Jansante Sr.
Fisher Body retiree from Richeyville
James Germanio Jansante Sr., 72, of Richeyville, died at 10:15 a.m.
Friday, February 16, 2001, in his home, following a lengthy illness.
He was born February 26, 1928, in Bentleyville, a son of Germanio and
Pauline Dicenzo Jansante.
Mr. Jansante was a member of St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church in Richeyville.
He was a graduate of Bentleyville High School and attended Duquesne
University, where he played football.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force in World War II, and played
semi-pro football for the Monessen Ravens.
Mr. Jansante retired from General Motors' Fisher Body plant in West
Mifflin after 33 years of service. He also operated a service station and
car wash in Richeyville for many years.
On January 28, 1951, he married Georgette Papadopolis of Monessen,
who survives. They celebrated their golden anniversary this year.
Also surviving are two daughters, Jamie Dee Butkus of South Fayette
Township and Janet Lee Wolff of Peters Township; a son, James John Jansante
Jr. of Richeyville; four grandchildren, Brian Butkus, Kara and Alyse Kisty
and Kristen Jansante; a brother, Valerio Jansante of Bentleyville; a sister,
Virginia Scorza of Charleroi; and several nieces and nephews.
Deceased are four sisters, Evelyn Gordon, Eva Gust, Cecelia Morris
and Lillian Babirad; and a grandson, James John Jansante III, who died
April 3, 1998.
Violet M. Prevost
Violet M. Prevost, 68, of Hookstown, died Friday, February 16, 2001,
in her home.
She was born August 12, 1932, in Florence, a daughter of William H.
and Dora Blanche Star Wilkins.
Her husband, John T. Swiridow, died in 1967.
Surviving are two daughters, Ann Marie Brown and Rose Marie Lyons,
both of Burgettstown; eight grandchildren, Ronald E. Brown Jr., Paula M.
Swiridow, Melissa A. Brown, Violet M. Swiridow, Marie Porto, Bobbie Tustin,
Joey Tustin and Christopher Tustin; 12 great-grandchildren; a sister, Ada
Mae Brown of Hookstown; and one brother, Ralph E. Wilkins of McDonald.
Deceased are two children, Rebecca Ann Swiridow and Jonathan Lewis
Swiridow; and 19 brothers and sisters.
She had made her home with Richard W. Spaulding.
Ressie Lee Estep
Member of Hart Avenue Church of the Nazarene
Ressie Lee Estep, 99, of Washington, formerly of Fayette Street, died
at 12:05 a.m. Wednesday, April 18, 2001, in Washington Hospital. He had
been ill since October.
He was born November 6, 1901, in Charleston, W.Va., a son of George
and Arabelle King Estep.
Mr. Estep retired in 1965 from the maintenance department of Hazel
Atlas Glass Plant No. 1. He previously had worked for Tygart Valley Glass
and a variety of other companies.
He was a charter member of Hart Avenue Church of the Nazarene, where
he was a member for more than 50 years, and was awarded the Distinguished
Service Award in 1990. He served as Sunday school superintendent and teacher.
Mr. Estep enjoyed vegetable gardening and yard work.
On September 12, 1927, he married Lurilda Stansberry, who died September
Surviving are two daughters, Maxine L. Miller of Washington and Phyllis
J. Haines of San Antonio, Texas; two sons, Gerald L. Estep of Daytona Beach,
Fla., and Jack I. Estep of Margate, Fla.; two brothers, Carlos Estep of
Grafton, W.Va., and Emmett Estep of Washington; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren;
and two great-great-grandchildren.
Deceased are a granddaughter, Allison; and a sister who died in her
Bertha Horr Hartzell
Member of Windy Gap Presbyterian Church
Bertha Horr Hartzell, 96, of Claysville, formerly of Washington, West
Alexander and West Finley, died Tuesday, April 17, 2001, in Washington
Hospital following a brief illness.
She was born August 9, 1904, in West Finley, a daughter of Lewis and
Cora Ritchey Horr.
Mrs. Hartzell was a member of Windy Gap Presbyterian Church, West Finley,
where she taught Sunday school and was a member of the Missionary Society.
She was a former member of West Alexander Presbyterian Church, where she
served as deacon.
Mrs. Hartzell was a homemaker who enjoyed quilting, square dancing
and playing cards and dominos.
She belonged to the Golden Agers in West Alexander and served on West
Finley Township Board of Elections for many years.
On July 3, 1923, in Wheeling, W.Va., she married Robert S. Hartzell,
who died November 13, 1984.
Surviving are three sons, Charles H. Hartzell of New Cumberland, W.Va.,
R. Raynor Hartzell of Carrollton, Ohio, and Lyle R. Hartzell of West Alexander;
three daughters, Helen Gray of Claysville, Leanna Strawn of Meadville and
Regina Kimmel of Canton, Ohio; four sisters, Bessie Lucille Francis of
Lorain, Ohio, Margaret Louise Carroll of Dallas, W.Va., Betty Jane Fischer
of Medina, Ohio, and Martha Lulu Mangus of Winter Haven, Fla.; 17 grandchildren;
30 great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren.
Deceased are a son, Clarence A. Hartzell; five brothers, John, Homer,
Glen, Harry and George Horr; five sisters, Callie Horr, Nellie Wahr, Maude
Kearney, Edith Ewing and Ruth Schzure; a grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
William T. Helphenstine
Longtime resident of Waynesburg was WWII vet
William T. Helphenstine, 85, of 6951Ž2 East College Street, Waynesburg,
died at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 18, 2001, in Beverly Health Care, Waynesburg.
He was born January 2, 1916, in Waynesburg, a son of Alex and Gail
Mr. Helphenstine lived most of his life in Waynesburg, where he was
a member of Washington Street United Methodist Church and John Wesley Sunday
School Class of the church.
He was a member of Oceanview Masonic Lodge 0335 F&AM in Virginia
and a former member of Waynesburg Elks Lodge 757, where he was past exulted
ruler and held several other positions. He also was a past southwest district
president of the Elks Lodge.
For 63 years he was a member of Waynesburg Odd Fellows Lodge 469, where
he was past noble grand. He was a member of Waynesburg Volunteer Fire Company
and Warrior Trail Association.
Mr. Helphenstine served as a Merchant Marine with the Coast Guard during
World War II.
In 1935, he started with his father in the plumbing and heating profession
and later worked for himself in the same profession, retiring in 1993.
On April 14, 1939, he married Pearl Love, who survives.
Also surviving are two daughters, Linda L. Helphenstine of Salt Lake
City, Utah, and Cynthia H. Adams of Media; a grandson, Dr. Jeffrey C. Chamberland;
a great-granddaughter; a brother, Robert A. Helphenstine of Morgan Mill,
Texas; and several nieces and nephews.
Deceased are two brothers, Harold Helphenstine, who died in infancy,
and Roy Helphenstine.
Josephine D. Horosky
Member of St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church
Josephine D. Horosky, 84, of Canonsburg, died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday,
April 18, 2001, in her home.
She was born May 29, 1916, in Ambridge, a daughter of Frank and Frances
Mrs. Horosky was a member of St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church in
Canonsburg and its Ladies Altar Society.
She attended Canonsburg schools and was a homemaker who loved to grow
On June 16, 1938, she married John Horosky, who died April 18, 1997.
Surviving are two sons, the Very Rev. Fr. John C. Horosky of Monessen
and Harry J. Horosky of Canonsburg; three daughters, Janet C. and Susan
J. Horosky, both of Canonsburg, and Anna M. Cook of Palo Alto; eight grandchildren;
six great-grandchildren; two nieces; and two nephews.
Mrs. Horosky was the last of her immediate family.
Deceased are a brother, Frank Zima, who died in World War II; and a
sister, Sally Wozny.
Charles G. Meddings
70-year member of Houston fire department
Charles G. "Lightning" Meddings, 88, of Houston, died Tuesday, April
17, 2001, in Washington Hospital.
He was born July 5, 1912, in Mt. Lebanon, a son of Frank and Bertha
Mr. Meddings was a member of First United Presbyterian Church of Houston
and served on Chartiers-Houston School Board at the time of the jointure.
He was a 70-year member of Houston Volunteer Fire Department, where
he served as chief and was made honorary fire chief after 50 years of service.
He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and took part in the
invasion of Normandy. He was a member of American Legion Post 902 of Houston.
Mr. Meddings was employed by I.C. Patsch & Sons and Arnold Pontiac,
both of Houston. He owned and operated Meddings Mobil Service in Houston.
On June 12, 1937, he married Marguerite Montgomery, who died May 4,
Surviving are a son, Charles R. Meddings of Houston; a daughter, Jill
Harshman of Houston; four grandsons, Robb M., Kevin J. and Adam C. Meddings,
and Chad M. Roberts; a stepgrandson, Richard M. Harshman; two brothers,
Frank Meddings of Canonsburg and Ray Meddings of Garden Grove, Calif.;
and a sister, Bette Bauer of Canonsburg.
Deceased are a brother, Roy Meddings; and three sisters, Wilma Patsch,
Frances Reinheimer and Bertha Stark.