Scranton Obituaries

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  • Friday Mar 20 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    William R. Hunter

    William Richard Hunter, age 77, of Acushnet, passed away Monday, March 16, 2015 at New Bedford Rehabilitation Hospital. He was the loving husband of Lorraine Hunter with whom he would have celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary in June.

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  • Wednesday Mar 18 | via RecordNET 

    Robert (Bob) James Kearney

    Robert James Kearney, 61, of Sacramento, California died peacefully at home in the arms of his wife, Catherine, on March 15, 2015 after fighting liver disease for many years. Bob was born in Scranton, PA on July 4, 1953 to Margaret and Gerald Kearney, both now He was the 4th of six children and is survived by his brothers and sisters Jerry Kearney, Bill Kearney, Regina Finley, Ann Cooke, and Pegi Fowler.

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  • Friday Mar 13 | via Patch.com 

    Obituary: Rosalie Julia McClintock-Hanscom, 87

    Rosalie Julia McClintock-Hanscom, 87, formerly of Newport, RI and a resident of The John Clarke Nursing Center in Middletown, RI, passed away on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Born in Scranton, PA on September 9, 1927, she was the daughter of the late Mary Julia Holloway of Nicolson, PA, and sister of the late Dolores Marie "Dee" Hollar of San Antonio, TX.

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  • Saturday Feb 28 | via Pocono Record 

    Barbara A. Butler

    Born on Sept. 21, 1938, in Scranton, she was a daughter of the late Daniel and Helen Orloski.

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  • Feb 27, 2015 | via The Citizens' Voice 

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    Don Sanderson talks about deceased business partner Nicholas Pyros. Photos of building jobs they worked on together adorn wall of his office.cv27sandersonp2Warren Ruda / The Citizens' Voice Nicholas Pyros, an architect who played a key role in redesigning downtown Wilkes-Barre's infrastructure after the flood of 1972 and helped save some historic buildings from demolition, died earlier this week following heart surgery.

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  • Feb 27, 2015 | via The Times-Tribune 

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    Nicholas Pyros, an architect who played a key role in redesigning downtown Wilkes-Barre's infrastructure after the flood of 1972 and helped save some historic buildings from demolition, died earlier this week following heart surgery. He was 86. Mr. Pyros and his business partner Don Sanderson designed much of what is modern day Public Square, drawing up the plans for three office buildings - the Alltel, Bicentennial and Martz properties - constructed on lots cleared due to the devastating flood.

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  • Feb 27, 2015 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    Designing a legacy: Architect who helped renovate W-...

    Don Sanderson talks about deceased business partner Nicholas Pyros. Photos of building jobs they worked on together adorn wall of his office.cv27sandersonp2Warren Ruda / The Citizens' Voice Nicholas Pyros, an architect who played a key role in redesigning downtown Wilkes-Barre's infrastructure after the flood of 1972 and helped save some historic buildings from demolition, died earlier this week following heart surgery.

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