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Nevada A. (Bollman) Ruby Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – On Thursday, April 13, 2017, Nevada A. (Bollman) Ruby, age 86, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family. She was born on December 2, 1930 in Hickory Hill, Pennsylvania, a daughter of the late John Edward and Nevada S. (Thomas) Bollman.She is survived by her beloved children, Donna M. (the late Donald “Donnie”) Swope of Bedford, Pennsylvania, John E. (Patricia) Ruby of Austintown, Ohio, David D. (Elaine) Ruby of Canfild, Ohio, Geraldine “Gerrie” (James) Thomas, of Meridian, Mississippi, Edith A. (the late Kenneth, Sr.) Slusher of Lake Milton, Ohio, Dwayne I. “Buddy” (Connie) Ruby of Kingston, Ohio and Nevada “Liz” (the Robert K. Sr.) Chalfant of Youngstown, Ohio; siblings, Ethel Ford, Hannah McKnight, Margaret Cornelius, Elise Gates, Sally Hess and Joe Bollman; 19 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren and 17 great-great-grandchildren.Besides her parents Nevada was preceded in death by her beloved husband, William D Ruby; siblings, Ruth Tedrow, Paul Bollman, Dolly DuVall, Maryann Weaver, David Bollman; two grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.While Nevada had a hard life her family said that she was the most kind and loving mother

Robert J. Snyder Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

ERIE, Pennsylvania – Robert J. Snyder, 83, of Erie, Pennsylvania, former longtime resident of New Castle, passed away the morning of Monday, April 17, 2017, in UPMC Hamot Medical Center, Erie.Mr. Snyder was born November 17, 1933 in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, a son of the late Anthony L. and Elizabeth C. Rushton Snyder.Bob graduated from Divine Word Seminary in Girard, Pennsylvania and then entered the Society of the Divine Word, Techny, Illinois, as a seminarian. He matriculated to DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, earning a B.A. in music and social work and later graduated from Marywood College, Scranton, Pennsylvania, with his masters in social work.Bob was the music teacher and chorus director at St. Teresa of Avila Parochial School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for several years. He then began his social work career in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania and continued to work in a similar capacity throughout western Pennsylvania including New Castle, Erie and Pittsburgh. Bob ultimately retired

State Rep. David Brumbaugh remembered by friends, colleagues - Tulsa World

Monday, May 01, 2017

Before going into politics, he volunteered on various boards, including as a commissioner for the Tulsa City-County Library System.A native of Abington, Pennsylvania, Brumbaugh held a bachelor’s degree in political science from Belmont Abbey College, according to his https://www.okhouse.gov/Members/District.aspx?District=76&rdquo;" href="%E2%80%9Dhttps:/www.okhouse.gov/Members/District.aspx?District=76%E2%80%9D" target="”_blank”">House member biography</a>.He was a veteran of the Army’s 101st Airborne Division, and as a legislator he was a founding member of the joint House and Senate Veterans Caucus.In a joint statement, caucus members remembered Brumbaugh on Monday as “a quiet, steadfast and principled leader, … the calm voice in the midst of the storm.”Brumbaugh was an active member of Tulsa Bible Church, where he was an ordained deacon, former chairman of the deacon board, and a Sunday school teacher.His survivors include his wife, Shelley Brumbaugh, and two daughters, Abigail and Hannah.The family will be available for visitation from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Floral Haven Funeral Home in Broken Arrow. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Tulsa Bible Church, with a graveside service following at Floral Haven Memorial Gardens in Broken Arrow.Memorial donations can be made to Gideon’s International or Mend Pregnancy Resource Center.— Barbara Hoberock and Randy Krehbiel contributed to this story.<&line2>

Todd M. Hahn Obituary - WKBN.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

GREENVILLE, Pennsylvania – Todd M. Hahn, 40, of 73 S. Second St., Greenville, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, while working in Sharon.He was born in Greenville, Pennsylvania on July 15, 1976, a son to Jeff and Holly L. (Thompson) Hahn, who survive him, of Greenville.Todd was a 1994 graduate of Greenville High School and attended Butler Community College, where he took AutoCAD classes and ITT Technical Institute in Pittsburgh.He became a licensed massage therapist through the Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy and worked as a masseur around the area.He loved being outdoors, hiking, camping, playing disc golf and rock climbing. He especially liked climbing in Summersville, West Virginia. He also enjoyed the time he spent with his daughters.In addition to his parents, he is survived by two daughters, Madison Sedona Hahn and Morgan Samantha Hahn, both of Pittsburgh; a sister, Valorie A. Filer and her husband, Chris, of Mercer; a nephew, Brayden Filer of Mercer; paternal grandm

UPDATED WITH OBITUARY, FUNERAL SERVICE: Suspect in murders of Goshen's Michael Sharp, two others arrested - Goshen News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Kananga in the DRC’s Kasaï-Central province.Michael Sharp was raised in the home of a pastor and historian, and grew up in Mennonite centers like Harleysville, Pennsylvania, Scottdale, Pennsylvania, Middlebury, Indiana and Goshen Indiana — locations where his father pastored and then served as Director of the Archives of the Mennonite Church-Goshen. His mother was a physician assistant. M. J. graduated from Bethany Christian Schools in Goshen, Indiana in 2001. He went on to Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) where in 2005 he earned a BA in history, with a minor in German. He later earned a MA in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution at Philipps-Universität Marburg in Germany.After graduating from EMU, Sharp worked for three years with the Military Counseling Network in Germany, a project of the Deutsches Mennonitisches Friedenskomitee to serve U.S. soldiers based in Europe who sought discharge from military service for conscientious objection or other reasons. From August 2006 to early fall 2008 he was coordinator of the project.From 2012 to 2015, Michael Sharp served as Eastern Congo Coordinator for Mennonite Central Committee. This included working with other agencies, such as the Peace and Reconciliation program of the Congolese Protestant Council of Churches, a program that sent people into the forest to persuade rebels to come home. It is reported that Michael’s team persuaded 1,600 rebel soldiers to return to their homes.In 2015 M. J. began contract employment with the United Nations, serving as an Armed Groups Expert in the United Nations Group of Experts on the DRC. This group was appointed by the U.N.’s Security Council to investigate new violence in Kasaï-Central Province that began after government forces killed Kamwina Nsapu, a tribal chief and militia leader, who had resisted DRC President Jospeh Kabila. The UN Group of Experts on Congo, established in 2004, has consisted of six experts appointed by the UN secretary-general to monitor the Security Council’s sanctions regime for Congo and to propose individuals and entities to be added to the sanctions list. The experts collect and analyze information about armed group activities, their networks, arms trafficking, and those responsible for serious human rights violations.In March Sharp and his colleagues planned to document the militia’s alleged use of child soldiers, to investigate massacres of unarmed civilians by government forces, and to seek dialogue with stakeholders such as militia leaders, religious figures and civil society groups to promote peaceful solutions. M. J. was the coordinator of this group.At the time of his death, Michael Sharp’s North American base was in Albuquerque, New Mexico as part of a semi-intentional community of persons who valued peace and cherished community known as the Plex. He moved there in October 2016.An acquaintance from National Public Radio recalled that “Michael Sharp believed in the power of persuasion. The 34-year-old ... with a penchant for plaid shirts would walk, unarmed, deep into rebel-held territory in the Democratic Republic of Congo, sit in the shade of banana trees with rebels and exchange stories.... Of course

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Pa. woman's overdose obituary draws White House response - PennLive.com

Monday, May 01, 2017

An obituary for a 20-year-old Pennsylvania woman who died following a "long brave battle with addiction" has prompted a response from White House officials.  Casey Marie Schwartzmier, 20, of Ross Township near Pittsburgh, passed away in January following a suspected heroin overdose.Her obituary, published 4 days later, was remarkably candid about the former cheerleader's struggles with substance abuse."Casey was a beautiful, intelligent child of the suburbs who fell into [heroin's] grip," the notice read. "Casey believed that hiding her cause of death would help no one, but if her story could help just one addict push even harder for another day of sobriety, encourage an active user to choose recovery or shine a light on this horrible epidemic, then it would be worth coming out of the shadows."  Ex-coach dies of suspected heroin overdose at Pa. rehabThe candor of that obituary, which can be read in full here, prompted a flood of supportive social media posts, messages and news media coverage.It also captured the at

Vail Daily obituary: Megan Elise Dickie, 1981 — 2017 - Vail Daily News

Monday, May 01, 2017

Dean and Nancy Dickie of Evanston, Illinois and dear sister of Lauren, of Minturn.  She is survived by an aunt and uncle, Judy and William Brennan of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania, cousins Sean (Jordana) and Scott Brennan (Emma) of New York City and her special aunt, Kara Heide, of Vail. Megan is also survived by her beloved Ecuadorian dog, Karina.   Megan grew up in Evanston, and attended Evanston Township High School, where she excelled in science and was a member of the soccer and gymnastics teams. After high school, Megan attended Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2004. While at Cornell, Megan played soccer and was a member of the Cornell Ski Team. Following her graduation from Cornell, Megan entered the Peace Corps as a volunteer in Vega Rivera, Ecuador, where she formed lifetime bonds with the local community. While working in Ecuador, Megan learned the value of using the law to effect social change. Accordingly, upon completion of her Peace Corps service, Megan attended Vermont Law School, where she obtained both a Masters of Law and Environmental Policy, cum laude and Juris Doctor Degrees in 2011. Megan became a member of the Colorado Bar in 2011. After law school, Megan served as a legal fellow with the Environmental Defense Fund until 2012. Between 2012 and 2013, Megan was a policy analyst for the Environmental Investigation Agency in Washington, D.C Most recently, Megan was a policy and planning Associate for the Wilderness Society in Denver. This was her dream job — working to protect the environment and living in Colorado.  In her short 35 ye

Baltimore mourns Cardinal Keeler, former archbishop - The Tidings

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Do the work of an evangelist.’”Cardinal Keeler was born in San Antonio, Texas March 4, 1931. After growing up and attending Catholic schools in Pennsylvania, he joined the seminary and then attended the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He was ordained there as a priest of the Diocese of Harrisburg in 1955, at the age of 24. During the Second Vatican Council, Fr. Keeler served as secretary to Bishop George R. Leech of Harrisburg. He was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Harrisburg in 1979, and in 1983 became bishop of the same diocese. In 1989 he was named the 14th Archbishop of Baltimore, the oldest diocese in the United States.Archbishop Keeler was also elected as president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1992, where he helped coordinate 1993’s World Youth Day celebrations in Denver, Colorado. Archbishop Keeler was appointed a cardinal by St. John Paul II in 1994. He retired in 2007, at the age of 76. Cardinal Keeler was very involved in both interreligious and ecumenical activities, as well as the pro-life movement.At the USCCB, he served as the moderator for Catholic-Jewish relations as well as the Chair for the Bishops’ Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs between 1984 and 1987. He served on the International Catholic Orthodox Commission for Theological Dialogue, the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, and the Congregation for the Oriental Churches over the years. He also served twice as the Chair of the U.S. Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities.In Baltimore, Cardinal Keeler worked hard to secure funding for at-risk children and youth to attend Catholic schools in the archdiocese. Today, the fund that bears his name has awarded over 16,500 scholarships and has raised more than $70 million dollars in funding. Other efforts of Cardinal Keeler include his hosting of both Sts. John Paul II and Mother Teresa of Calcutta during their visits to Baltimore, and his efforts to restore the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.Sean Caine, spokesperson for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, told CNA that “the cardinal served the Archdiocese of Baltimore for 18 years,” a feat which made him third longest -serving bishop in the historic see. “He did so with great distinction, great clarity of vision and fidelity to the Church.” Caine continued to explain the cardinal’s meaning to the city and the deep significance of his leadership over those nearly two decades.“He was probably best known for his work in interfaith and ecumenical relations, which probably drew him close to Pope St. John Paul II, and that relationship bore particular fruit for the

Cleo Moser

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Survivors include: her daughter; Glenna Jones (Wayne) of Piney Flats, Sons; Bobby Moser (Linda) of Bristol, TN. And Ricky Moser (Alicia) of Bluff City, TN., Sisters; Dorothy Short of Pennsylvania, Betty Anderson of Bristol, TN., Thelma Whiteman of Kingsport, TN. And Ruth Salyer of Piney Flats, TN., Grandchildren; Greg Jones, Rebecca Moser and Richard Moser, Great-Grandson; John David Moser and several Nieces and Nephews.Family will receive friends Sunday, March 19, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 3:00pm at East Tennessee Funeral Home. With services to follow with Pastor Eugene Brockley officiating.Burial will follow in Buffalo Christian Church Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Life Care Center in Elizabethton, Activities Department.East Tennessee Funeral Home is honored to serve The Moser Family.

Laurel McCloskey

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Laurel Shannon McCloskey, 71, of Harriet, passed away at Baxter Regional in Mountain Home on March 12, 2017. She was born in Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania on November 21, 1945 to Robert Cleveland Seyler and Delpha Naoma Bryant. She loved to make crafts and to take care of animals. She also was an avid doll collector. Left to cherish her memory are her children Robert McCloskey of Harriet, Laurel Carlson and husband Craig of Harriet, Delpha Seyler of Conway; her siblings Vicki Seyler of Marshall, Dave Seyler of Chickasha, Oklahoma, George Seyler of Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, Karen Seyler of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Sharron Wipple of Linden, Pennsylvania, and Ann Krape and husband Dick of Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She also has 5 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Paul McCloskey, and children Tracy Knott and Joseph McCloskey. Services are to be private.Arrangements entrusted to Clinton Funeral Service. To sign Laurel's Book of Memories, please go to www.clintonfuneralservice.com.