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Local Woman Passes Away Following Lingering Illness
Mrs. Myra Wilt of Deeds street, died at 5 p.m. yesterday morning in the Latrobe
Hospital, where she had been admitted as a medical patient in July of this
year. She was 58 years old.
Mrs. Wilt was born in Cook township, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Christopher Ankney and widow of the late Frank Wilt who preceded her in death
about twenty years ago. She was a faithful member of the Ligonier Methodist
church.
Surviving are two sons, William L. Wilt, teacher in Indiana, Pa. High School
and Jack at home. Also surviving are two grandchildren and the following
brothers and sisters:  Mrs. Carolyn Dysard of Huntingdon, Pa.; Mrs. Melda
Crownover of near Madison and Mrs. Zula Ridell of Ligonier, Mac Ankney of
Latrobe and Charles Ankney of Ligonier.
Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 22 October 1943, p. 1, col. 4

FRANK M. WILT
Frank M. Wilt, died at his home in Ligonier last Thursday evening. Mr. Wilt had
been in ill health for the past 10 years, he having been suffering from
injuries received in an accident. Mr. Wilt was of a retiring disposition and he
had a multitude of friends. Mr. Wilt was aged 56 years, four months and 18
days. He was married to a former Latrobe girl, Miss Myra Ankney, who survives
him, together with two sons, William, a teacher in the High School at Indiana,
Pa., and Jack, at home. A daughter, Margaret Belle, preceded him in death 15
years ago. He is also survived by three sisters and two brothers. He was a
member of the Ligonier Methodist Episcopal church, serving on the official
board for many years. Funeral services were held at his late home last Saturday
at 2 p.m. Interment was made in the Valley cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 24 September 1930, p. 1, col. 4

Mrs. Myrtle Ankney
Mrs. Myrtle Ankney, widow of the late John Ankney who died in the Ligonier
Valley Railroad wreck in 1912, died of a heart condition at her home, 339 East
Church St., Ligonier, 9:40 a.m. Saturday, March 29. She was 71 years old.
She is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Charles W. Ankney, Ligonier; Mrs. Charles
Irwin, Oak Grove; Mrs. Clarence Barron, Youngwood; Mrs. Bert Harkcom, Melcroft;
and two brothers, W.H. Kuhns, Uniontown, and Harry Kuhns, Ligonier.
Friends were received at the D. Paul Wilkinson Funeral Home where services were
held Tuesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. S. Clay Shaffer, pastor of the Evangelical
U.B. Church, officiating and Rev. R.A. Nelson former pastor assisting.
Interment was made in the Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 4 April 1952, p. 4, col. 4

JOHN ANKNEY, aged 35 years, 10 months and 13 days, of Ligonier; owned property
on Church street; fireman of freight engine No. 7, of which S.C. Beatty was the
engineer; both legs crushed, being run over by tender, hurt about body, scar on
head; died on way to Latrobe hospital, returned to his home same night. He is
survived by his widow and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. [Ankney] [illegible] 3
brothers and 4 sisters -- B.G., of [illegible]  Funeral was held [illegible] services in United Evangelical church, conducted by his pastor, Rev. N. Frank Boyer, assisted by Rev. W.A. Sites, of Latrobe U.B. church, and Rev. C.E. Ludwig. Interment in Valley cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 10 July 1912, p. 1, col. 2

Mrs. Katheryn Ankney
Mrs. Katheryn (Kuhns) Ankney of Johnstown, formerly of Ligonier, died April 15
in Lee Memorial Hospital, Johnstown. She was born August 14, 1884, a daughter
of the late Jonathan and Elizabeth Allen Kuhns.
Widow of the late Charles W. Ankney, she is survived by these children:  Mrs.
William (Naomi) Danser of Youngwood; Mrs. James (Evelyn) Bowers of Johnstown;
Mrs. Robert (Helen) Fry of Latrobe; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren;
sisters, Mrs. Charles (Melda) Irwin of Ligonier, Mrs. Bert (Arminta) Harkcom of
Mechanicsburg and Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Barron of Greensburg.
Funeral service was held Friday at the D. Paul Wilkinson Funeral Home,
Ligonier, the Rev. Ralph Brownfield in charge. Interment was in Ligonier Valley
Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 24 April 1969, p. A-5, col. 8

CHARLES W. ANKNEY
Charles W. Ankney of East Church St., Ligonier died Friday at the home of his
granddaughter, Mrs. Arthur Haake of Lloydsville. He was born May 20, 1882.
A retired State Highway employe, he served two terms on Ligonier Borough
Council.
Surviving are his widow, Kathryn (Kuhns) Ankney; daughters, Mrs. William
(Naomi) Danser Jr., of Youngwood; Mrs. James (Evelyn) Bowers of Johnstown; Mrs.
Robert (Helen) Fry of Latrobe; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a
sister, Mrs. Zula Cose of Blairsville.
Funeral service was held at the D. Paul Wilkinson Funeral Home, Ligonier on
Monday. The Rev. Ralph W. Brownfield, pastor of the Calvary United Methodist
Church (former EUB) was in charge. Interment was in the Ligonier Valley
Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 16 May 1968, p. A-4, col. 4

MRS. OPHIE MAY PLUMMER
Mrs. Ophie May Plummer, wife of David Plummer, of Ligonier township, died
Sunday, January 19, 1919, of pulmonary tuberculosis, after a long illness, aged
30 years, 8 months and 12 days. She was a daughter of the late John Geeting, a
Civil war veteran, and many years before her marriage made her home with her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H.Y. McDowell. She is survived by her husband and
five small children ranging in age from about 3 to 12 years. Funeral services
were held yesterday in Zion church, conducted by the Rev. William Hunter, Jr.,
pastor of the local M.E. church. She had been a member of the United
Evangelical church for 16 years. Interment was made in the Zion cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 22 January 1919, p. 4, col. 1

DAVID P. PLUMMER
David P. Plummer, 74, of Waterford died suddenly Wednesday night in McGinnis
Hospital. Born February 1, 1886, in McKeesport, he lived most of his life in
the Ligonier Valley and was a carpenter by trade.
He is survived by his widow (Mrs. Margaret Plummer), seven sons and six
daughters (David Jr., Earl, Mrs. Harry Boyd, and Mrs. Kenneth Ament of
Waterford; Mrs. Dale Claycomb of Oak Grove, Mrs. Richard Knupp of RD 2,
Ligonier, Mrs. Reuben Barkley of RD 1, Bolivar, Paul of RD 3, Latrobe, Henry of
Pittsburg, Albert of Baltimore, Merle of Cuyahoga Falls, O.), a sister (Mrs.
Daisy Martin of McKeesport) and 18 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 in Sibel-Wolford Funeral Home.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 27 January 1961, p. 11, col. 2

Benjamin G. Ankney, 47 years old, one of the two men who were crushed to death
in a fall of rock at the mine of the Ridge Coal Company, near West Derry,
Wednesday morning, March 2, was the fourth member of the family of Mr. and Mrs.
C.C. Ankney of Latrobe, to meet a violent death. Two brothers and a
brother-in-law also died through accidents.
Some years ago, Wertner Ankney, seven years old, a son, ran a stick into his
eye while on his way to school, which caused his death a short time later.
John Ankney, another son, who was a railroad fireman, was killed in the
disastrous Ligonier Valley train wreck on the Wilpen branch July 5, 1912.
Lawrence Riddell, the husband of a daughter, died as the result of an accident
in the plant of the Railway Steel Spring Company, nine years ago.
Funeral services for Benjamin Ankney, the third son to die in an accident, were
held at 2 o'clock, Friday afternoon, from the home of his parents, with the
Rev. W.A. Sites in charge. Interment at Coles cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 9 March 1927, p. 1, col. 4

William McKlveen
William McKlveen, aged 70 years, 3 months and 1 day, died at the Latrobe
hospital Nov. 27, of complications. He was a veteran thresher-man, having
followed that occupation the last 49 years.
The following children survive:  George and Howard, of Ligonier township; Mrs.
Ethel Bates and Eugene, of Latrobe; Mrs. Frank Fink, of White Station, and
Arthur, of Cleveland, O. The following brothers and sisters also survive: 
Clarence, Alex., Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Kate Weimer, all of Ligonier township,
and Mrs. Harry Perkey, of Mt. Pleasant township.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Monday from the V.V. Gaskin funeral
home, in charge of the Rev. R.A. Nelson, of the Ligonier Evangelical church.
Interment was made in the Ligonier Valley cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 4 December 1942, p. 4, col. 4

CLARENCE M. McKLVEEN
Funeral services were held Wednesday for Clarence M. McKlveen, 82, of W. Main
street, Ligonier, who died Sunday in Greensburg after a long illness. The
funeral was held from D. Paul Wilkinson Funeral Home to St. James Lutheran
Church where Rev. Dr. George J. Baisler conducted obsequies. Interment was in
Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
Mr. McKlveen was born March 19, 1880, in Ligonier, son of the late John &
Mattie Geeting McKlveen. He was a retired farmer. His wife died many years ago,
and he is survived by only two brothers (Alex and Harry of Ligonier) and a
sister (Mrs. Sadie Perkey of Mount Pleasant).
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 15 June 1962, p. 10, col. 3

ALEX McKLVEEN
Funeral services were held Saturday for Alex McKlveen of 204 E. Loyalhanna
street, Ligonier, who died Thursday at his home. He was 82. Rev. George H.
Wright conducted the services in Sibel-Wolford Funeral Home, and burial was in
Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
Mr. McKlveen was born in Ligonier Township in March 1881, and was a farm
helper. Surviving are a brother (Harry of Ligonier) and a sister (Mrs. Harry
Perkey of Mount Pleasant).
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 21 June 1963, p. 16, col. 4

Mrs. Katie M. Weimer
Mrs. Katie (McKlveen) Weimer, 63, of Ligonier township, died at 10:30 o'clock
Saturday night, April 28, at the Latrobe Hospital where she was admitted
Tuesday of last week for medical treatment. She had resided in Ligonier Valley
her entire life.
Mrs. Weimer was a daughter of the late John and Sarah (Geeting) McKlveen and
was born in Ligonier township March 10, 1882. Her husband, the late Clark
Weimer, died August 2, 1934.
Surviving are nine children:  Mrs. Samuel Chappel and Mrs. Harry Johnston,
Derry; Mrs. Emory Burns, Mrs. John Rummell, Paul and Harry Weimer, Ligonier
Twp.; Mrs. Harry Claycomb and Mrs. Arthur Baum, Ligonier, and Mrs. James
Chappel, Latrobe. Mrs. Weimer also leaves 31 grandchildren, two
great-grandchildren, and these five brothers and sisters:  Clarence and Alex.
McKlveen, Ligonier Twp.; Harry McKlveen, Ligonier; Mrs. Harry Perkey, Mt.
Pleasant, and Mrs. John Miller, Ligonier Twp.
Friends were received at the Sibel Funeral Home until Tuesday when the body was
removed to the United Presbyterian Church where funeral services were conducted
at 2 o'clock in charge of Rev. J.C. Stormont, assisted by Rev. A.L. Kenyon of
Pitcairn. Burial was made in the Ligonier Valley cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 4 May 1945, p. 3, col. 3

Clark W. Weimer
Clark W. Weimer, aged 58 years and 11 months, well known Ligonier township
resident, died at 9 o'clock Thursday evening, at his home.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Kate Weimer, and the following children: 
Mrs. Harry Johnson, of Bolivar; Mrs. Nellie Burns, of Ligonier township; Paul
Weimer, of Ligonier township; Mrs. May Claycomb, of Ligonier; Mrs. Sarah
Chappell, of Derry; Margaret, Ruth, Edna and Harry, all at home. Six
grandchildren, one brother, James, of Ligonier township, and one sister, Mrs.
Celia McKlveen, of Ligonier, also survive.
Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, at the Ligonier
Presbyterian church, of which the deceased was a member. Services were in
charge of the Rev. A.L. Kenyon, formerly of Ligonier, but now of Mt. Pleasant.
Interment was made in the Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 8 August 1934, p. 5, col. 3

Mrs. Anna Mary Miller
Mrs. Anna Mary Miller, 78, Ligonier, died Thursday morning, September 3, in the
Latrobe Hospital.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jennie Keppler, Shirleysburg, and Mrs.
Sara M. Redfoot, Ligonier; two sons, Ellis W. and Harry D., both of Ligonier;
15 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; three brothers, Clarence, Harry and
Alex McKlveen all of Ligonier, and a sister, Mrs. H.C. Perkey, Mt. Pleasant.
Friends were received at the Wilkinson Funeral Home, where funeral services
were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, followed by services in Lebanon Church, Rev. H.
Wayne Beam officiating. Interment was made in the church cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 11 September 1953, p. 1, col. 1

John A. Miller
John A. Miller, 85, retired Ligonier Valley farmer, died at the Latrobe
Hospital, Monday, 8 a.m. Death resulted from pneumonia.
He was the husband of Anna McKlveen Miller. In addition to his wife, he is
survived by a daughter, Mrs. Sara M. Knupp, Ligonier R.D. 1; and two sons,
Ellis Miller, Ligonier R.D. 2, and Harry B. Miller, Ligonier R.D. 1
A stepdaughter, Mrs. Jennie Keppler, Shirleysburg, Pa.; 13 grandchildren, seven
great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Ida David, Longfellow, Pa., also
survive.
Friends were received at the D. Paul Wilkinson Funeral Home, until Wednesday.
Funeral services, in charge of Rev. S. Clay Shaffer, were held Wednesday, 2
p.m., at the Lebanon EUB Church.
Interment followed in the church cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 8 February 1952, p. 8, col. 3

Amy W. Geeting
Amy W. Geeting, 96, of Ligonier, died Sunday, Sept. 6, 1992, at Bethlen Home,
Ligonier Township.
She was born Oct. 27, 1895, in Loyalhanna, daughter of the late Arthur and Anne
Savage Watson.
She was a member of Heritage United Methodist Church, Ligonier. She was a
charter member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 267 and a member of
Fort Ligonier Chapter 349 of the Order of the Eastern Star.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Milton
Geeting in 1965; two brothers, Arthur and George Watson, and three sisters, Ann
Watson, Harriet Hall, and Edith Stewart.
She is survived by a daughter, Mary Louise Carlson of Richmond, Va.; a son,
Milton Robert Geeting of Pittsburgh; six grandchildren, and nine
great-grandchildren.
Friends were received at Snyder Funeral Home, Inc., Ligonier, where services
were held today (Wednesday) in the chapel, with the Rev. Donald F. Cook
officiating. The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary 267 held services on Tuesday
at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Heritage United Methodist Church,
Ligonier.
Helen H. Snyder was in charge of arrangements.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 9 September 1992, p. 2, col. 4

MILTON E. GEETING
Milton Edward Geeting of 519 W. Main street, Ligonier, a well-known musician in
this area and onetime (1956-60) member of the Borough Council, died Sunday in
Latrobe Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was 72. Rev. Benton R. McKee
conducted services Tuesday in Sibel-Wolford Funeral home, and Mr. Geeting was
buried in Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
He was born Oct. 1, 1892, in Ligonier, son of David A. & Mary Ann Deeds
Geeting, graduated from Ligonier High School in 1910. He was a train dispatcher
and car distributor for the Ligonier Valley Railroad until it ceased operations
in 1952, and since then had been employed at the administration building of
Rolling Rock Farms.
Years ago he was a member of the now defunct Ligonier Cornet Band:  he
remembered the concerts he played during the Ligonier Sesqui-centennial in
1908. A life member of the American Federation of Musicians, he played
everything from serious music (the Greensburg Concert Band, etc.) to dance
music; he played in fireman's bands and fiddled for square dances. Music was
his avocation.
A veteran of World War I, he was a past-commander of Byers-Tosh American Legion
Post 267; he was a member of the Methodist Church, Ligonier Masonic Lodge 331,
Coudersport Consistory, and the Tall Cedars of Lebanon. He leaves his widow
(the former Amy Watson), a son (Milton Robert of Pittsburgh), a daughter (Mrs.
H.C. Carlson Jr. of Berwyn), a brother and a sister (George D. Geeting and Mrs.
James W. Hunter of Ligonier) and six grandchildren.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 3 September 1965, p. 2, cols. 4-5

Margaret G. Hunter
Margaret G. (Mrs. James W. Sr.) Hunter, 90, of Ligonier, died Friday, April 27,
1990, at Latrobe Area Hospital.
She was born Feb. 1, 1900, in Ligonier, a daughter of the late David Albert and
Mary (Deeds) Geeting. She was a member of the Pioneer Presbyterian Church,
Ligonier. She was a past noble grand and member of the Ligonier Rebekah Lodge
No. 314, and past matron and over 60-year member of the Fort Ligonier VFW
Auxiliary No. 734, the Byers-Tosh American Legion Unit 267, and the Ligonier
Golden Agers. She also served for many years as a member of the Ligonier
Elections Board.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James W. Hunter Sr. in 1972; a son,
Charles Edward Hunter; and three brothers, Charles, Milton and George Geeting.
She is survived by four sons, David G. Hunter Sr. of Fayetteville, Tenn., James
W. Jr. and Thomas B. Hunter Sr., both of Ligonier, and Joseph R. Hunter of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; six grandsons; two great-grandchildren; and a
great-great-grandson.
Funeral services were held Monday at McCabe Funeral Home, Ligonier, with the
Rev. Don Kistler officiating.
Burial was in Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 2 May 1990, p. 3, col. 2

LIGONIER-- James W. Hunter, Sr., 73, of 113 North Walnut Street, Ligonier, died
Friday in the Latrobe Area Hospital.
Mr. Hunter was well-known in the Ligonier area, having been manager of the
Railway Express Agency in Ligonier for many years, until the office was closed
in 1952. He was a member and elder of the Pioneer United Presbyterian Church in
Ligonier and was president of the Ligonier Golden Age Club. He served as master
of the Ligonier F. and A.M. Lodge No. 331 in 1940. He was a member of Tall
Cedars of Lebanon, Derry; Coudersport Consistory; and the Syria Temple of
Pittsburgh.
He was a fifty-year member of the IOOF, Latrobe Lodge 541, and served on the
Ligonier Valley School Board from 1936 to 1942.
Born in Mechesneytown, October 18, 1898, he was a son of the late Thomas B. and
Lettie Jane Reed Hunter. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Dr. T.
Bailey Hunter, and R. Emerson Hunter.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret Geeting Hunter; four sons, David G. of
Fayetteville, Tennessee; James W. Jr.; Thomas B., both of Ligonier and Joseph
R. of Saltsburg; six grandsons; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs.
Carrie Giesey of Derry and Mrs. Jane H. Igo of Latrobe; and a brother, John R.,
of Derry.
Services were held by both the Ligonier Lodge 331, F. and A.M. and Latrobe
Lodge IOOF No. 541 on Sunday evening at the Gordon O. Snyder Funeral Home in
Ligonier. Funeral services were held in the colonial chapel of the funeral home
at 11 a.m. on Monday, with the Rev. George H. Wright and the Rev. James T.
Dennison officiating. Interment was in the Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 29 March 1972, p. 1, col. 5

Mrs. Charles N. (Elizabeth W.) Geeting, 88, of 508 West Main Street, Ligonier
died Tuesday, August 12, 1975 in the Latrobe Area Hospital.
Mrs. Geeting was born March 22, 1887 in Ligonier Township, a daughter of
William and Susan (Carnes) Welshonsce. She was a member of Heritage United
Methodist Church, Circle number 3 of the church and Fort Ligonier Chapter 349,
Order of Eastern Star.
Preceded in death by her husband, and a daughter, Mrs. Dallas (Betty) Moore,
she is survived by a son, Charles E. Geeting of Dallas, Texas; eight
grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Family will receive friends at the Owen Wolford Funeral Home, East Main Street,
Ligonier from 3-5 and 7-9 today and Thursday. Funeral services will be held in
the chapel of the funeral home Friday at 10 a.m. with Dr. William Daugherty in
charge.
Private interment will follow in the Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 13 August 1975, p. 16, col. 1

George Deeds Geeting
George Deeds Geeting of 115 Walnut Street, Ligonier died Thursday, September
27, 1973 in the Latrobe Area Hospital.
Mr. Geeting was a son of the late David A. and Mary (Deeds) Geeting. He was a
member of Heritage United Methodist Church and was a retired employe of
Kennametal, Inc., Latrobe.
Surviving are his wife, Geneva (Frable) Geeting; one son, William F. Geeting;
one daughter, Barbara Geeting and one grandson, Mark Geeting, all of
Bellefonte, Pa.; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Hunter of Ligonier also survives.
Funeral services were held in the Colonial Chapel of the Gordon O. Snyder
Funeral Home, Saturday, the Rev. Benton R. McKee officiating.
Interment followed in Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 3 October 1973, p. 14, col. 2

Geneva F. Geeting.
Geneva F. (Mrs. George D.) Geeting, 85, of Ligonier, died Saturday, Oct. 21,
1989, at Latrobe Area Hospital.
She was born Sept. 22, 1904, in Derry Township, a daughter of the late William
N. and Catherine (Hauger) Frable. She was a registered nurse having graduated
from Mercy Hospital, Johnstown. She was a member of Heritage United Methodist
Church, Ligonier. She was also a member and past matron of Fort Ligonier
Chapter 349 Order of Eastern Star. She was a member of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, Golden Age Club, and a former member of the Quilting Club
of Ligonier.
She was preceded in death by her husband, George Deeds Geeting, in 1973; and
three brothers, Vertal, Paul and Frank Frable. She is survived by a son,
William (Frable) Geeting of Bellefonte; a grandson, Mark William Geeting of
Augusta, Ga.; two nephews; and four nieces.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, at the Snyder Funeral Home Inc., Ligonier,
with the Rev. Samuel L. Allaman officiating.
Burial was in Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Heritage United Methodist Church,
Ligonier. Helen H. Snyder in charge of arrangements.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 25 October 1989, sec. 2, p. 3, col. 2

Lewis R. Roberts
Lewis Roy Roberts, 85, of Ligonier, died Thursday, Nov. 20, 1986, at the
Audubon Villa Nursing Home, Lititz.
He was born Jan. 21, 1901, in Ligonier, a son of the late John and Margaret
(Kuhns) Roberts. Before his retirement, he had been employed by Allegheny
Ludlum Steel. He was a member of Covenant Presbyterian Church, Ligonier,
Ligonier Lodge 331 F&AM, Pittsburgh Consistory and Syria Shrine of Pittsburgh.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth (Mowry) Roberts. He is survived
by a daughter, Yvonne (Mrs. George) Heffran of Lititz; two sisters, Marie
Roberts of Ligonier and Dorothy Robb of Texas; two granddaughters, and three
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Monday, at the Wolford-McCracken Funeral Home Inc.,
Ligonier, with the Rev. John J. McClure officiating.
Burial was in Ligonier Valley Cemetery.
The Ligonier, PA "Echo" issue of 25 November 1986, p. 2, col. 3


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