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Monday, June 19, 2017
Fr. Geno Monti, passed away in 1988.Surviving include a daughter, Frances Rice and her husband, David, Sharpsville; two sons, Joseph J. Rossi, Jr., Farrell and Anthony Rossi, Silver Springs, Maryland; three grandchildren, Vernon “Eddy” Edwin Fry III, Jennifer Rossi and Jonathan Rossi; a stepgranddaughter, Tara Rice; a great-granddaughter, Angeleena Medovich; a sister, Nellie Vasconi and her husband, Louis of Sharon and a brother, Samuel Rossi, Ohio.In addition to his wife, Joseph was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Rosemary Fry and her husband, Vernon Edwin Fry; a son, Gene Rossi; three sisters, Lena Barca, Angeline Bennetto and Frances Alter as well as three brothers, Sandy, Tony and Peter Rossi.Calling hours will be from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 17 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon.A prayer service will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 12:00 Noon in Our Lady of Fatima, 601 Roemer Blvd., Farrell, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be held at St. Anthony’s Cemetery, Hermitage.Please visit www.mcgoniglefuneralhomeandcrematory.com to send online condolences to the Rossi family.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...
Brightview Hosts 5K Run On Ma & Pa Trail - Patch.comMonday, June 19, 2017
Senior Living’s second annual Age is Just a # 5K Run/ Walk is quickly approaching.The event will be held on Saturday, June 24 at 8:30 am at the Ma & Pa Trail, Williams Street entrance in Bel Air, Maryland.One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit Harford County’s Office on Aging’s Senior Emergency Fund, a fund established to assist Harford County seniors who find themselves in difficult circumstances with no other resources on which to rely.“Last year’s event was so successful,” explains Jen Bourgeois, Executive Director at Brightview Bel Air. “We want to continue the spirit and spread the word that age is simply a number.”“It will be another great day and will benefit a great cause,” affirms Andy Anderson, Executive Director at Brightview Avondell. “The county’s Senior Emergency Fund is essential for seniors in need.”“Senior Emergency Funds have made a difference in the quality of life and independence for many seniors in the county,” adds Karen Winkowski at the Office on Aging’s Senior Emergency Fund. “We are honored to be included in this special event.”Age groups for the 5K include children 12 and under, ages 13-59 and over 60. Cash prizes for the top three male and female runners will be awarded and medals w...Saturday, June 10, 2017
American Legion Post 60 honor guard. It does about 40 funeral services a year in Martinsburg and Morgan County, W.Va.; Fulton County, Pa.; Hancock, Clear Spring and occasionally Hagerstown in Maryland, Proffitt said.“We always have a good turnout with that crew,” Proffitt said.
Peggy Sue Pugh, 52, Of Lothian: Obituary - Patch.comSaturday, June 10, 2017
EDGEWATER, MD — Peggy Sue Pugh, 52, of Lothian, Maryland, passed away on Wednesday, May 17, at her home in Lothian. Peggy was born in Washington, D.C., on June 17, 1964, and grew up in Prince George’s County.She was preceded in death by her sister, Virginia Thomas; her mother, Virginia Carter; and her father, George Johnson.Peggy is survived by her beloved husband, George Pugh of Lothian; three devoted sons, Shawn, Ryan, and Kyle; and her brothers, Butch, John, Bill, and Michael. Peggy was beloved by all who knew her and touched the lives of many people. She was the band and theater mom for many students at Southern High School. Her students and coworkers at the Center of Applied Technology South loved her dearly.She loved animals, especially her fur babies Katie and Misae, as well as her grand-fur babies Princess Buttercup and Kuro. Love was something Peggy did well, and anyone who had the pleasure of meeting her learned this very quickly. She will be dearly missed.Arrangements for Peggy are pending at this time. »Information from...Monday, May 01, 2017
Era Orr.Ms. Potts is survived by her mother, Barbara Potts of Kirksey; a son, David Wade Todd of Owensboro; two brothers, Jimmy Potts and wife Lori of Murray and Glen Potts and wife Lisa of Maryland; three grandchildren, Eugene, Grant and Kayden; two nephews, Wesley and Matthew Potts; and a niece, Kala Potts.Graveside services were at 11 a.m., Monday, April 10, 2017, at Westfork Baptist Church Cemetery with Kerry Lambert officiating.Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House, 807 Poplar St., Murray, KY 42071.Online condolences may left at www.thejhchurchillfuneralhome.com.The J.H. Churchill Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.Rebecca PotterRebecca Potter, 56, of New Concord, Kentucky, died Thursday, April 6, 2017, at her home.She was born July 23, 1960, in Calloway County, Kentucky. She was a homemaker and a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Missionary Church, where she taught the elementary class on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Lynn and Lucy Ferguson and Ott and Vannie Hurt; a brother-in-law, David Potter; and aunts Eva and Neva.Mrs. Potter is survived by her husband, Michael George Potter of New Concord, whom she married May 27, 1992, in Calloway County, Kentucky; two sons, Michael Paul Potter and wife Michelle and Dakota Blue Potter and wife Jennifer, all of New Concord; her parents, Vernon Gregory Ferguson and Frankie Lee Hurt Ferguson of New Concord; her father and mother-in-law, Jim and JoAnn Potter of New Concord; two sisters, Joyce Gamble of New Concord and Debbie McCuiston and husband Darren of Murray; a sister-in-law, Cari Elkins and husband Phillip of Murray; her brother, Joey Ferguson of New Concord; two grandchildren, Whitney and Kaitlyn Potter, both of New Concord; several nieces and nephews and several great-nieces and great-nephews.No public service will be held.Expressions of sympathy may made to the American Cancer Society, 3140 Parisa Drive, Paducah, KY 42003.Online condolences may be left at www.thejhchurchillfuneralhome.com.The J.H. Churchill Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Betty L. ParrishBetty L. Parrish, 76, of Murray, Kentucky, died Monday, April 10, 2017, at her home.Arrangements are incomplete at Imes Funeral Home & Crematory of downtown Murray.Faye Lax FisherFa...
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Monday, June 26, 2017
Susan McLane, of Prospectville, passed away Monday, June 5, 2017, in Abington Hospice at Warminster. She was 64.She was the beloved wife of Andy Phillips for eight years.Born in Frederick, Maryland, she was the daughter of the late Stanley R., Jr. and Mary Jo (Stone) McLane.In 1958, the family moved to Prospectville. Sue attended Simmons Elementary School and graduated from Hatboro-Horsham High School in 1970. She attended Montgomery County Community College and later received a Master’s in psychology from West Chester University.Sue joined the Air Force Reserves in the early 1980s, completing basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.Following her father’s death in 1984, Sue decided to remain at the family home to care for her mother. She was employed for 22 years as an animal care technician at Merck and Company, Inc., West Point.In 2009, Sue married the love of her life, Andy Phillips. They stayed at the Prospectville home, caring for Sue's mother until her death in 2016. Unfortunately, Sue was diagnosed with ALS in December 2016.Sue loved the outdoors, especially caring for her three acres of heaven in Prospectville. Interested in wild birds, e...Monday, June 19, 2017
California, Southeast Asia, Vietnam and Europe.While stationed in Laon, France, in 1966 (at the time he was serving as Branch President) Elder Lasater enrolled in a program through the University of Maryland to qualify for Operation Bootstrap, a program that enabled him to attend Omaha University (later known as the University of Nebraska Omaha) for six months to complete his bachelor’s degree in political science.Later, while stationed in England, he enrolled in an overseas program offered through the University of Southern California — combined with the London School of Economics, Oxford and Cambridge universities — and obtained a master’s degree.According to the U.S. Air Force website, he completed Squadron Officer School in 1966 and graduated from the National War College, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C., in 1974.During his military career he held many responsibilities and assignments, which included serving as a deputy assistant secretary of defense for European and North Atlantic Treaty Organization policy. He was also the principal director for European and North Atlantic Treaty Organization policy, and he worked in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, Washington, D.C.Prior to his retirement, he served as the senior military adviser to the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency of the State Department, and was U.S. Commissioner to the Standing Consultative Committee at Geneva SALT talks XIX and XX, as commander of the SAC 4th Air Divition (responsible for B-52 bombers, ICBMs, and 28,000 men). He also served as deputy assistant Secretary of Defense under Caspar Weinberger.Elder Lasater and his wife moved more than 33 times over the course of his career.During one of the family’s stays in Germany, Elder Lasater served as a Regional Representative assigned to the Servicemen’s Stake in Europe — the same stake he had previously presided over — which, at the time, covered 65,000 square miles.“At the time of the call, Major Lasater thought himself an unlikely man for the job, since he was required to spend nearly all his time flying to various U.S. bases throughout Europe, training and evaluating pilot performance,” according to an Ensign magazine article from May 1987. “But President Lee set him apart, promising him that he would be able to preside over and conduct the affairs of the stake without interference from his work. President Lee further blessed him that his advancement in the military ranks would be extraordinary.”The next day, as Elder Lasater was preparing to leave on a routine flight evaluation visit to bases in Europe, he was called in by his commanding general and told his assignment had been changed. He would no longer travel, and instead joined that general’s office as his executive assistant.Elder Lasater retired after more than 30 years in the military. He accepted the call to preside over the New Zealand Aukland Mission from 1984 to 1987 and was called to serve as a General Authority Seventy 1987.“I think the great challenge in life is to teach not only our children but also ourselves to make the transition from institutional discipline to self-discipline,” he said in a Church News article printed on April 25, 1987. “As a commanding officer or as a mission president, I can’t command or order airmen, members or missionarles to be loyal, to be honest, or to be loving. Those are characteristics that come from within us and that we have to give freely.”His wife, their five children, 26 grandchildren and 60 great-grandchildren survive him.A funeral is scheduled for Monday, June 19, at 11 a.m., in the North Ogden 7th Ward meetinghouse located at 205 E. Elberta Dr., North Ogden, Utah. A public viewing is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 18, at Myers Mortuary, 845 Washington Boulevard, Ogden, and at the meetinghouse prior to the funeral from 10 to 10:45 a.m.p class=...Monday, June 19, 2017
Punta Gorda, Florida for the past 33 years.Besides her husband, Anna is survived by her son, Gary W. (Jean) Kittle, of Bazetta; a sister, Helen Zinn, of St. Leonard, Maryland; a grandson, Daniel (Ashley) Kittle and a stepgrandson, Joseph Floch, both of Waverly, Iowa and a great-grandson, Grant Kittle. Anna was preceded in death by four brothers; three sisters; a stepgrandson, Nicholas Floch and a stepgreat-grandson, Nicholas.Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at the Carl W. Hall Funeral Home, 533 North Park Ave., Warren, with Pastor John Griffith officiating.Friends may call one hour prior to services from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 20 at the funeral home. Anna will be laid to rest in Champion Township Cemetery.In lieu of flowers the family requests that material contributions be made to the McKinley Community Church in Warren or to Hospice of the Valley, in her memory.Order Flowers HereA television tribute will air Monday, June 19 at the following approximate times:12:25 p.m. WKBN, 6:58 p.m. on MyYTV and 10:37 p.m. FOX plus two additional spots throughout the day.Share this:Related PostsAdvertisement...Monday, June 19, 2017
Mildred L. Callender and grandson John Lee Christoph. He is survived by his sons, Barry G. Callender and wife Janice of Dubberly, Kevin F. Callender and wife Terri of Baltimore, Maryland, and Charles A. Callender of Minden, daughters, Patricia Edmonds of Liberty, Mississippi, and Sue C. Smith of Dubberly, grandchildren, Daisy Corley, Casey Callender, Justin Callender, Chad Callender, Amber Kilgore, Randi Callender, Jessie Stovall, Dustin Callender, and Kyle Callender, nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.RelatedComments comments...