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Honor guard to pay respects to slain corrections officer in Delaware - Republican & Herald

Monday, March 06, 2017

Mahanoy, Pennsylvania corrections officers will attend from Graterford, Rockview, Smithfield, Pine Grove, Houtzdale, Huntingdon, Retreat, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Cambridge Springs, Chester, Greene, Camp Hill, Quehanna Boot Camp, Forest, Benner and Muncy. The trip is organized by SCI/Mahanoy Lt. Hart, who said the death of a corrections officer affects those in all institutions. “We all feel the loss because it’s one of our brothers-in-law in the corrections field,” Hart said. “It also serves as a reminder of what could happen on any given day.” Hart said the state correctional institutions throughout the state were contacted by the main office about traveling to Delaware. “There are six going from Mahanoy and six from Frackville,” Hart said. “When the arrangements for Lt. Floyd’s funeral came out, our central office put out a request for any institution that wanted to send their honor guard, and we volunteered to go. We’ll be going down by state van.” Hart said the honor guard will attend the funeral service, but will not be at the interment service. “We’re going to coordinate with the Delaware Department of Correction honor guard and we’ll assist them in any way that they need,” Hart said. “There is no formulated plan right now other than we’ll be there to honor Lt. Floyd and his family. The interment is closed to everybody except for family, close friends and Delaware Department of Correction. All the honor state agencies will be asked to leave after the viewing.” Floyd, 47, was killed during an almost 19-hour hostage standoff at the Delaware Department of Correction facility in that began on Feb. 1 and ended the following day. He was one of four Delaware DOC employees who were taken hostage at the all-male, 2,500-inmate prison. According to a media release, Delaware State Police breached the C Building shortly after 5 a.m. Feb. 2 and found Floyd unresponsive upon entry. He was pronounced dead at 5:29 a.m. His death was ruled homicide by trauma

Rodrick Richard 'Rick' Sweigart - Lewistown Sentinel

Monday, September 12, 2016

He is survived by his loving wife Rhonda (Schultz) Sweigart whom he married Dec. 13, 1972, children; Sean C. Sweigart of Charlottesville, Va, Aaron J. Sweigart of Hershey, and Stephen A Sweigart of Camp Hill, siblings; William B. Sweigart of Lewistown, Kimberly A. Conley and husband Keith of Annapolis, Md. and Joseph H. Goss of Chambersburg and one granddaughter; Alyssa H. Sweigart.Article PhotosRodrick Richard ‘Rick’ SweigartHe was a member of The Big Valley Bible Church in Reedsville.Rick was enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, and a combat veteran of the Vietnam War and was a member of the HMM/VMM-364 "Purple Foxes," where he received multiple medals during his service. He was a retiree from The Milton Hershey School as a house parent. He was a member of the American Cruizers Car Club, where he loved taking his Shelby Cobra to car shows, and The Central PA American Vietnam Veterans Association Chapter 791. He was an avid outdoorsman, and he loved his dogs Toby and Lady. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9 at The Barr Funeral Home, 120 Logan Street with Rev. Jim Hartzler officiating.There will be a viewing at 7- 9 p.m. Thursday Sept. 8 at the funeral home.Interment will take place in Fort Indiantown Gap Cemetery.If one desires, memorial contributions in Rodrick's memory can be made to The Central PA American Vietnam Veteran's Association. P.O. Box 91 Burnham, PA 17009.Online condolences can be offered to the fa

Harold (Hal) Eugene Peck - Helena Independent Record

Monday, July 04, 2016

Pitt, Kalispell, sister Donna E. Weathers-Maynard, Missoula, aunt Della Bozman, Missoula, aunt Ada (Bozman) Southwood, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, uncle Vernon Bozman, Tahoe, Nevada, uncle Bill Bozman, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania and many nephews, nieces, and cousins, who will miss him dearly.Cremation has taken place. Captain Rob Lawler will be officiating Hal’s memorial service Friday, July 1, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at the Salvation Army Church. Retz Funeral Home is handling the interment at Forestvale Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Salvation Army.

Roberta Maxton Sweeley, 92, secretary at Fort Eustis and William & Mary - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Monday, June 06, 2016

Thursday, June 2, 2016. Daughter of Minnie Bertha Philabaum and John Cunningham Maxton, she was born October 3, 1923, in Harrisburg, Pa., and raised in a house built by her father and grandfather in Camp Hill, Pa.In 1936, she married Robert Callahan Sweeley, becoming the wife of a Naval CPO. They moved to Oakland, Calif., and she bore her two oldest children, Paula and Michael, on the West Coast, before moving to Norfolk, where she bore her two youngest children, Lewis and Louise, at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital. Subsequently, in 1958, she settled in Norge on a farm owned by her father. Finally, in her later years, she lived in a condo in Yorktown and then moved to York Convalescent Hospital.Roberta was very skilled and had a love for gardening. Proficient at sewing, she delighted in making clothing for her family. She enjoyed drawing and home decor. She was an excellent cook and an accomplished pianist. Mrs. Sweeley was a faithful member of the Mormon Church since 1965, and spent a year in Hawaii as a Mormon missionary. She became a single mother in 1962, and began to do secretarial work in civil service at Fort Eustis and then in the ROTC Department at the College of William & Mary until retirement. Always a hard-working woman, she continued in various positions caring for elderly and young people well into her 80s. This was in addition to raising her grandson, Matthew, from age 10 until he was 18 ye

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Alan Hassman, 1939 – 2016 - Vail Daily News

Monday, December 12, 2016

Alan Hassman, 77, of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, and Big Sky, Montana, died unexpectedly on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, at the Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania.Born Nov. 2, 1939 in Hew Hampton, Iowa, he was the son of the late Elmer and Ina (Zierath) Hassman.Alan served in the National Guard and was a graduate of Wartburg College, in Waverly, Iowa, where he studied business and became an all-state wrestler. He was a member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.Hassman is best remembered by those who knew him as a man who lived life to its fullest. Most comfortable in jeans and well-worn cowboy boots, he was a striking man with loads of charisma. You knew when he was near by his unmistakable and unabashed laugh that could fill any room. He had a big personality and was always ready with one of his (in)famous jokes. He had incredible stamina and he believed that anything was possible through hard work.He was selfless and gave much of himself. It gave him great pleasure to b

Marcus Rutter sentenced up to 109 years for role in killing of Nicole Mathewson - LancasterOnline

Monday, August 01, 2016

Moore, Rutter's cousin, avoided the death penalty when he reached a plea agreement in February. He is currently serving a life sentence plus 20 years at the State Correctional Institution at Camp Hill in Cumberland County after pleading guilty to murder of the first degree and related burglary and robbery charges.On Friday, Mathewson's family finally had a chance to address the second person now convicted of the random robbery and murder.Mark Mathewson, Nicole's father, requested that Marcus Rutter read every obituary, every newspaper article, every memorial posting and every social media post about his daughter.I know you did not know her, he said as he stared at Rutter.“You need to understand what a beautiful life you destroyed on Dec. 14, 2014,” Mathewson said.Mark Mathewson refused to call Rutter by his name, afraid it would suggest any type of respect he was unwilling to provide.“Was it worth it? Such a waste,” Mathewson said.Family friend Dave Foster asked Ashworth to lock up Rutter, who he referred to as a “creature,” for the “next millennium.”“I wish for you the life that you gave Nicole during those last few hours,” he said.Nicole Mathewson, 32, who taught sixth grade at Brownstown Elementary, was described as having a “big heart” and was an "endless light.”Close to 1,000 people gathered at The Worship Center to celebrate Mathewson's life Jan. 3, 2015.Todd Brown, the chief public defender who assisted Chris Tallarico in defending Rutter, spoke for about 90 minutes as he attempted to convince Ashworth that Rutter should be given the minimum sentence of 35 years for the most egregious charge of murder in the first degree.He brought up Rutter's age and the cognitive developments of a juvenile. He brought up Rutter's family life and upbringing, his mental health and how he was influenced by Moore.Brown painted Rutter as the follower who looked up to older cousin Moore, the “leader” and “manipulator” who committed the murder that night.Rutter was a shy and scared accomplice who did not have the strength to stop Moore and has shown genuine remorse, he said.Rutter, who read from a statement, apologized for his involvement in the crimes and accepted responsibility.Ashworth said he found his apologies to be "lacking in credibility.""Not once have I heard Mr. Rutter express remorse for the death of Ms. Mathewson," he said.Assistant District Attorney Christopher Larsen objected to the defens

THEODORE PYNOS - Indiana Gazette

Monday, June 13, 2016

Patricia (Peduzzi) Pynos, who he married July 2, 1960; three sons and a daughter, Theodore J. “T.J.” Pynos (Mitzi), of Cranberry Township; Paige R. Pynos, of Camp Hill; Rex J. Pynos (Robin), of Greensburg; and Bernard J. Pynos (Anne), of Blairsville; 10 grandchildren, Teddy, Aaron, Mason, Anne, Allison, Alexa, Isabel, Abigail, Jacob and Ashley and several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Dolores Russo, and a brother, Donald T. Pynos.The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday at the Shoemaker Funeral Home Inc., 49 N. Walnut St., Blairsville, where a wake service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday.  Prayers of Transfer will be said in the funeral home at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday followed by a funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in SS Simon & Jude Roman Catholic Church, Blairsville, with Fr. Stephen R. Bugay as celebrant.Interment will be in Unity Cemetery, Latrobe.Military services will be accorded by the Blairsville VFW Post #5821 and the American Legion Post #0407.To view the online obituary, sign the guest registry or send condolences, visit www.shoemakerfh-monuments.com.

Carl M. Buchholz, lawyer and civic leader, dies at 51 - Philly.com

Monday, June 06, 2016

Comcast Corp., he is survived by son Alex, daughter Julia, a brother, and a sister.A funeral service is set for 3 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at St. Thomas' Church, Whitemarsh, Bethlehem Pike and Camp Hill Road, Fort Washington.Donations may be made to the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia 19103; St. Thomas' Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, Box 247, Fort Washington, Pa. 19034; or the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 6 Herndon Ave., Annapolis, Md. 21403.bcook@phillynews.com610-313-8102