Sunday Mar 22 | via Altoona Mirror
James Walter Brady, 92, rural Martinsburg, known as "Grampy" to family and friends, went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Saturday morning in Homewood at Martinsburg in the presence of family. Grampy was born in Smithfield, Fayette County, son of the late Carl Ray Sr. and Mary Brady. Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via Altoona Mirror
He was born in Roaring Spring, son of the late Merrill M. and Alice P. Krider. He married Annette Mellott on Nov. 29, 1957, in Cumberland, Md. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via Martinsburg Journal
Mr. Sine was born in 1955, in Cumberland, Maryland, the son of the late William F. and Mary M. Sine. Surviving is his daughter, Brandy LeeAnn Sine Parker of Martinsburg; son, Davey Bryan Sine and wife, Leslie, of Stephenson, Virginia; grandchildren, Isaiah Malik Parker, Olivia AnnMarie Parker, Zoey Ann Sine, and Mackenzie Lee Sine; sister, Deborah Kay Sine Scoville and husband, Dave, of Fort Ashby; brothers, Ronald Lester Sine and wife, Deborah, of Clearbrook, Virginia, and James William Sine of Winchester. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 10 | via Pocono Record
Clair Roger Bloss, 90, passed from this world on March 8, at Country House in Cumberland, Md., a residence created specifically to meet the needs of those with progressive memory loss. Clair was the husband of the late Marcia Moore Bloss, to whom he had been married for 54 years. Comment?
Sunday Mar 1 | via Potomac Local
Gary Charles Largent , 53 of Box 154, died Monday, Feb. 23rd 2015 unexpectedly. He was born in Stafford, Va. Comment?
Friday Feb 27 | via The Daily Record
Pershing Rohrer's award-winning newspaper career covered nearly 80 years and didn't end until shortly before he died this week in northeastern Ohio at age 96. Rohrer worked in the sports department at the Record-Courier in Portage County for 63 years, with his last content published Sunday. He died Monday, the newspaper said. Comment?
Thursday Feb 26 | via Altoona Mirror
Billie L. Bonsell, 87, Altoona, passed away late Wednesday afternoon at UMPC Altoona. He resided with his daughter, Tammy, at her home. Comment?
Thursday Feb 26 | via TheCourier.com
Pershing Rohrer's award-winning newspaper career covered nearly 80 years and didn't end until shortly before he died this week in northeastern Ohio at age 96. Rohrer worked in the sports department at the Record-Courier in Portage County for 63 years, with his last content published Sunday. Comment?
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