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Funeral & Obituary News for Johnstown, PA

Peter A. Evans, 78
The Forecaster
Evans was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, on Sept. 1, 1936, the son of M. Albert and Eleanor Fowler ... Visitation was held Monday at Brackett Funeral Home, in Brunswick, followed by a funeral on Tuesday. Interment will be in Bowdoinham during the ...

Ronald E. Curry
Parkersburg News
He was a loving father to his children, Cheryl Curry (Robert) Connelly of Williamstown, W.Va., Jeffrey (Elizabeth) Curry of Frisco, Texas, Jill Curry (Todd) Toth of Johnstown, Pa., and Dana Curry of Johnstown, Pa. ... Funeral services will be 1 p.m ...


Asbury members build third church in time for new century
Redhead, who had organized relief for tornado-ravished Grinnell in 1882, put aside his grief in 1889 to lead local fundraising on behalf of flood-ravaged Johnstown, Pa. Letters of ... One thousand mourners crowded Asbury Church for Redhead's funeral.

Bettye J. Phillips
Murfreesboro Post
Bettye J. Phillips, age 69 of Murfreesboro, TN passed away Friday, November 21, 2014. A native of Jonesville, LA, she was the daughter of the late Walter Edgar and Jewel Hope Keathly Henderson. Mrs. Phillips was also preceded in death by a son, Malcolm ...

WJAC Johnstown

Woman charged with stealing donations from baby's funeral fund
WJAC Johnstown
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – A Westmoreland County woman is facing charges after police said she stole half of the donations made to a funeral fund for a Johnstown baby who died in September. According to the criminal complaint, Kristi Reno allegedly set up a Go ...

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Tom Bradley has brought his knowledge and memories to West Virginia
As a kid, Bradley, a Johnstown, Pennsylvania, native, came to games at old Mountaineer Field. His office is 65 miles from his house in Pittsburgh, the one he bought for his mom after his dad passed away in 2002. Now his mom is gone, too. Bradley still ...

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