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From: "Ellis Weller" <>
Subject: [PACLARIO] Obituaries, The Derrick, April 28, 2007
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2007 13:02:34 -0400


The Derrick, April 28, 2007:

Beverly R. Corle, East Brady
Clifford N. Grine, Hermitage
Flored N. "Flo" Myers, Parker
Kenneth Eugene Near, Route 36, Tionesta
Fay M. Reichard, Mayport
Charles Snively Jr., St. Cloud, Fla., formerly of Knox
Julia L. Stevenson, Mercer
Andrew J. Stubbs, Cranberry-Rockland Road



Beverly R. Corle, 67, of East Brady, died Thursday, April 26, 2007, at
Armstrong County Memorial Hospital in Kittanning.
Born May 9, 1939, in Butler, she was the daughter of Loran Amos and
Elizabeth F. "Bessie" Sutton Boyle.
Mrs. Corle was a homemaker, and she was a member of East Brady Baptist
Church.
She enjoyed bingo, cards, yard sales and attending church.
She married Robert F. Corle of East Brady on Feb. 15, 1958, and he
survives.
Also surviving are two sons, Richard D. Corle of East Brady and Robert
C. Corle and companion, Kristin McGiffin, of Rimersburg; and four
daughters, Karen D. Corle and companion, Delmer "Wink" Shifflett, of
East Brady, Barbara L. Hiner of East Brady, Deborah S. Shearer and
husband, John, of Wurtland, Ky., and Patricia J. Morris and husband,
Paul Jr., of Rimersburg.
Other survivors include three brothers, Robert Boyle and wife, Judy,
of Stafford, N.Y., Thomas Boyle and wife, Janice, of East Brady, and
Steven Boyle and wife, Carol, of East Brady; three sisters, Diane
Patton and husband, Robert, of East Brady, Patricia Ekas and husband,
Gary, of East Brady, and Jean Livengood and husband, Lenny, of East
Brady; 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Corle was preceded in death by one
son, Terrence E. Corle, who died May 9, 1970; and one brother, Richard
Boyle.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the
Charles B. Buechele Funeral Home, 105 Fourth St., East Brady.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at East Brady Baptist
Church with the Rev. Thomas Pesci, church pastor, officiating.
Burial will follow at St. Eusebius Cemetery in Brady Township, Clarion
County.



Clifford N. Grine
Clifford N. Grine, 74, of 110 Lyle Drive, Hermitage, died unexpectedly
of natural causes at 9:40 p.m. Thursday, April 26, 2007, at Sharon
Regional Health System in Sharon.
Born May 9, 1932, in New Castle, he was the son of the late Paul E.
and Verna Boyd Grine.
He graduated from Knox High School and Penn State University with a
degree in speech pathology.
Mr. Grine was employed for 39 years as a speech pathologist and
audiologist with Sharon School District.
He was a member of the Hermitage Kiwanis Club, the American Speech and
Hearing Association and the Pennsylvania State Education
Association-retired. He had been vice president of the Pennsylvania
Association of School Retirees.
Mr. Grine belonged to the former F&AM 668 of Sharon, now F&AM 810 of
Hermitage. He also belonged to the New Castle Consistory, where he had
been the organist for many years. He was a 33rd Degree Mason.
He was a member of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Sharon, where he
was recently honored for being the church organist for 48 years. He
had served as an elder, had taught Sunday School, and was a member of
the Couplers Sunday School class.
Mr. Grine was a major in the U.S. Air Force, and he served in the
Korean War from 1955-57. He served in the U.S. Air Force reserves for
seven years after active duty.
Mr. Grine enjoyed spending time at his cottage at Canadohta Lake and
also enjoyed being with his granddaughters.
He married the former Nancy C. Barlett on June 7, 1957, and she died
May 13, 1978.
Mr. Grine is survived by one daughter, Lisa M. McSherry of Sharon; two
granddaughters, Kristi McSherry and Jessica McSherry, both of Sharon;
and a sister-in-law, Ethel Bacher of Meadville.
In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a
son, Paul H. Grine, who died in 1999.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the
Harold W. Stevenson Funeral Home, 264 E. State St., Sharon.
Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Covenant
Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Thomas Wilcox, pastor of the church,
presiding.
Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Park in Hermitage.
Memorial donations may be made to the Covenant Presbyterian Church
Music Fund, 263 E. State St., Sharon, 16146.
Condolences may be e-mailed to .



Flored N. "Flo" Myers, 83, of Parker, died Friday morning, April 27,
2007, at the residence of her daughter in Knox following an extended
illness.
Born Nov. 19, 1923, in Parker, she was the daughter of the late Walter
and Bertha Cook Marshall.
She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Parker.
Mrs. Myers was a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary to Post 7073 at
Parker since 1960, and she had been a longtime member of the former
American Legion Ladies Auxiliary to Post 598 of Parker (then located
in Perryville).
During Mrs. Myers' teen-age years, the late Kenneth (Ken) Christy of
Parker (and later of Butler) developed the famous "Christy Curl" in
his Christy Barber Shop at Parker. As word spread worldwide of this
new method of styling hair, Mrs. Myers became one of his proteges in
modeling the "curl."
She was one of eight Parker locals featured in the May 2, 1938, issue
of the then famous Life Magazine, owning an original copy of the issue
until her death.
She was first married to William Hindman, who was killed in World War
II during action in Italy in 1945. She later married Robert H. Myers
on May 2, 1949, and he passed away on Feb. 5, 1983.
Surviving are one daughter, Linda Hindman Lieberum of Knox; two sons,
Thomas E. Myers and wife, Nancy, of Parker, and John Robert Myers and
wife, Jamie, also of Parker; and three grandchildren, Kelly Stiglitz,
Aaron Myers and Emily Ann Myers.
Also surviving are four step-grandchildren, Adrienne and Casey
McBrien, William Kelly and Kolby Eaker; five great-grandchildren; two
great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Judy Shoup of Polk; and many
nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents and husbands, she was preceded by a
daughter, Gloria J. Myers on Aug. 6, 1993; two sisters, Pauline Merwin
and Mary Jane Meals; and two brothers, Eugene and John Marshall.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the H. Jack
Buzard Funeral Home Inc., Wayne Street, Parker.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home
with the Rev. Richard Anschutz, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of
Parker, officiating.
Burial will be in Perryville Cemetery near Parker.




Kenneth Eugene Near
Kenneth Eugene Near, 73, of Route 36, Tionesta, died early Friday
morning, April 27, 2007, at Clarion Hospital.
Born Jan. 17, 1934, in Washington Township, he was the son of the late
William and Hazel Carbaugh Near.
He was married to the former June Hartzell on April 8, 1959, and she
survives.
Mr. Near served with the U.S. Army.
He was employed as a truck driver and equipment operator in the coal
industry. He enjoyed hunting and spending time in the woods.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Near is survived by two sons, Kenneth
Earl Near and Eugene William Near, both of Tionesta. He is also
survived by a sister, Opal Eshbaugh.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Near was preceded in death by a
brother, Melvin Near; and two sisters, Grace Buggy and Mabel Judy.
There will be a graveside service at 11 a.m. Monday at Amity Lutheran
Cemetery in Newmansville with Pastor David Coul of Good Shepherd
United Methodist Church officiating.
The Borland Funeral Home Inc. in Leeper is in charge of arrangements.
The family requests donations be made to the funeral home to help with
expenses.




Fay M. Reichard
Fay M. Reichard, 63, of 127 Reichards Lane, Mayport, died at 11:35
a.m. Friday, April 27, 2007, at Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation
Center near Sligo.
Born May 22, 1943, in Leatherwood, Clarion County, she was the
daughter of Austin L. and Elsie Irene McMaster Brinker.
She was a member of the First Church of God in New Bethlehem.
Mrs. Reichard's husband, children and grandchildren were very
important to her. She was a homemaker and she enjoyed her family,
crocheting and growing flowers.
She married James L. Reichard on Aug. 26, 1961, and he survives. The
Reichards were happily married for 45 years.
Mrs. Reichard is also survived by two sons, Alan Reichard and his
wife, Beth, of Mayport, and Larry Reichard and his wife, Jen; one
daughter, Lisa Boozer and her husband, Barry, of New Bethlehem; and
three sisters, Thelma Doverspike of Mercer, Marie Hall of Prospect and
Arlene Powell of New Bethlehem.
Also surviving are nine grandchildren, Christopher Boozer, Matthew
Boozer, Larry Reichard, Tyler Reichard, Luke Reichard, Joshua
Reichard, Isiah Reichard, Karissa Reichard and Hunter Reichard.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the
Alcorn Funeral Home in Hawthorn.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the First Church of
God in New Bethlehem with the Rev. John Phillips, pastor of the First
Church of God, and the Rev. Randy Evans, the Clarion-Forest VNA
Hospice chaplain, officiating.
Interment will follow in Hawthorn Cemetery.


Charles Snively Jr.
Charles Snively Jr. of St. Cloud, Fla., formerly of Knox, died early
Friday morning, April 27, 2007, in Oceola, Fla.
The William N. Rupert Mortuary in Knox is in charge of arrangements.
A complete obituary will be published Monday in The Derrick.



Julia L. Stevenson
Julia L. Stevenson, 80, of Woodland Place, Mercer, died at 11:45 a.m.
Friday, April 27, 2007, at Grove City Medical Center after an extended
illness.
Born July 11, 1926, in Armstrong County, she was the daughter of
William L. Schrecengost and Lucille Belle Briggs.
She attended the public schools in Kittanning and attended Vincent
United Methodist Church in Jackson Center.
She was first married to Vernon A. Zimmerman, who preceded her in
death. She then married Ralph Stevenson, and he also preceded her in
death.
Mrs. Stevenson was a devoted housewife and mother who enjoyed canning
and baking homemade bread for her family. She also enjoyed crocheting
and working puzzle books in the evening.
Mrs. Stevenson is survived by six children, Vernon W. Zimmerman and
wife, Barbara, of Venus, Julia Lee Miller of Thorton, Colo., Suzanne
F. Peterson and husband, Herman Jr., of Newville, Wanda L. Puleo of
Franklin, Peggy J. Silvis of Oil City, and John E. Zimmerman of Oil
City; 12 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.
Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Bagnall and husband,
Robert, of Mercer, Hazel Walton of Mercer and Mrs. Patricia Moyer of
Carrolton, Ohio; and four brothers, Tom of New Wilmington, Hale of
Mercer, Laird of Grove City and Jim Schrecengost of Sharon.
In addition to her parents and husbands, Mrs. Stevenson was preceded
in death by two sisters, Delores Hoffman and Phyllis Walter; and two
brothers, William and Bobby Schrecengost.
The Larry E. McKinley Funeral Home in Clintonville is in charge of
arrangements, and there will be no visitation.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Barkeyville United
Methodist Church with the Rev. Jack Patterson, a retired United
Methodist minister in Barkeyville, officiating.
Interment will follow in Barkeyville Cemetery.



Andrew J. Stubbs, 40, of 1706 Cranberry Rockland Road, died Sunday,
April 22, 2007.
He was born in Franklin on Sept. 6, 1966, a son of James R. and Erma
L. Fellner Stubbs.
Mr. Stubbs graduated from Cranberry High School in 1984.
He served with the U.S. Marine Corps in Panama.
Mr. Stubbs enjoyed the outdoors, especially hunting, fishing and
camping. He was also an artist and enjoyed painting.
He was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers and NASCAR fan.
Surviving are three children, Krista Stubbs and Hunter Stubbs of
Strabane and Destiny Holdwell of Oil City.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
The Huff Chapel, 312 W. Park St., Franklin, is in charge of
arrangements, and there will be no visitation.
A memorial service will be conducted at a later date at the home of
Jamie Lauze in Strabane.
Condolences can be sent to Jamie Lauze, 197 Latimer Ave., Strabane,
Pa., 15363; or e-mail to .




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