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In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Thomas Bobeck. Tuesday in the CICHOLSKI-ZIDEK FUNERAL HOME INC., 1522 Carlisle St., Natrona Heights, 724-224-8688, where a blessing service will be held at a.m. Later, he enjoyed playing pinochle with his pinochle group. Cheryl enjoyed reading, sewing, counted cross stitch, baking and cooking. (Michael) Sherrieb, of Washington, Pa., and Cara M. He was a member of the Masons and the Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World, where he was a Past Exalted Ruler, and currently was serving as secretary, both of New Kensington. Howell, of Germantown, Md.; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and sisters, Shirley I. Tony is survived by his wife of 52 years, Donna Jean (Check) Bucholz; their two daughters, Cheryl (James) Farrell, of Mission Viejo, Calif., and Laura (James) Stewart, of Buffalo Township; and his three grandchildren, Kayla Farrell, Lurena and Addison Stewart.He is survived by his wife, Jill Prosser Bohn, and his son Brian Douglas Bohn of San Mateo. Mary Mother of God, Freeport, and a 1957 graduate of Har-Brack High School, Allegheny Valley Hospital School of Nursing and earned a B. (Tovo) Raboanarielina, of Cotonou, Benin, West Africa; grandchildren, Sydney and Evan Sherrieb and Miasoa Raboanarielina; also surviving is a sister, Jane (Robert) Sennett, of Farmington. Tenth Ave., Tarentum, 724-224-1526, where services will be held at 10 a.m. An avid fisherman, he enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. Edwards Brooks; children, Robert Chester Brooks II, of Cleveland, Ohio, Terence Lee Brooks, of Huntsville, Ala., Lisa La Rue, of Atlanta, Ga., Jeffrey Lynn (Nancy) Brooks, of Wexford, Jana M. He was preceded in death by his grandparents who raised him, Frank and Marie Hrebicek; his three sisters, Dolores Hutchison, Louise Hudson and Grace Oldaker.
Visitation will be Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. 31, 1939, in Charleroi, Pa., to Hady and Gertrude Stenburg Crow. Dave involved himself in numerous fields throughout his professional life. He was my Dad, he was a force to be reckoned with, and to my mom, my sister and to me he was, is, and will always be our everything, we love you Dad.He was a program director for the Prince George County Community Center. 31, 2015, at Concordia at Rebecca Residence, Allison Park.Besides his wife, Phyllis Benton, he is survived by a son, Chad Benton of Capital Heights, MD.; a daughter, Cora Benton of Capital Heights, MD.; and a brother, James L. He was born April 6, 1939, in Natrona Heights, a son of the late Michael and Helen Szymd Bobeck. Private entombment will be in Our Lady of Hope Cemetery Mausoleum, Frazer Township.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Thomas Bobeck. Tuesday in the CICHOLSKI-ZIDEK FUNERAL HOME INC., 1522 Carlisle St., Natrona Heights, 724-224-8688, where a blessing service will be held at a.m. He was born April 6, 1939, in Natrona Heights, a son of the late Michael and Helen Szymd Bobeck. Private entombment will be in Our Lady of Hope Cemetery Mausoleum, Frazer Township. Because of this, Doug is survived by too many family members to mention. He worked as a supervisor at Oberg Industries for 34 years and retired in 2001.Mickey was a 1957 graduate of Har-Brack High School. He enjoyed woodworking, carving, gardening, playing chess, vacations at the beach and especially spending time with his family. In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Mickey may be made to Good Samaritan Hospice, 134 Marwood Road, Cabot, PA 16023. "Mickey" Bobeck, 76, of Buffalo Township, passed away Saturday, Oct. He taught his hundreds of children math, life skills, the Bible, how to love your neighbor, and what it means to keep your word. Tony worked in many different areas of the tool and die trade.at Cicholski-Zidek Funeral Home, 1522 Carlisle St., Natrona Heights. Saturday at Most Blessed Sacrament Worship Site, Natrona Heights. He grew up and attended school in Pennsylvania and graduated from high school [Har-Brack Union High School} there. He worked as a high school teacher in his early years but spent the majority of his career as director of financial aid at Jamestown Community College in Jamestown, N. Upon retiring from JCC, Dave pursued a degree in nursing and began his tenure at WCA Hospital, where he worked primarily as a mental health counselor for most of his 15 years at the hospital's Jones Hill facility before relocating to Surfside Beach, S. Regarding services: our family would like to thank everyone who has shown so much support and love throughout Dad's illness.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Centre County Youth Service Bureau, 410 S. C., with his wife, Sue, in 2000, where he continued to work and volunteer in public education for another 10 years. We felt it appropriate to let you all know that Dave shared with us that he didn't want anyone to go through all the sadness and formalities when he passed, instead he simply wants everyone to think a happy thought when you think of him.
Luke Lutheran Church, 330 Hannahstown Road, Cabot, PA 16023. Victor Samuel Capoccioni, 60, of Natrona Heights, Harrison, died at a.m. A Navy veteran, he was stationed on the USS Des Moines. Capoccioni was owner and operator of Samson Produce, Tarentum, for 22 years. He was a simple man who loved his family and friends very much.rvivors include his wife Patty Crow of Libby; children Louis Crow Jr. William Crow and wife Kelly of Denver, Colo.; stepchildren Heather Anderson of Denver; Nathaniel Scott and wife Tina of San Jose, Calif.; grandchildren Nicole, Mc Kenzie, Sarah, Jordon and Nathaniel; sisters Bonnie Vigalent of Georgia; brothers George Crow of Buena Vista, Colo.; and Paul Crow and wife Kathy of Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Sunday (May 28, 2000) in the Butler Veterans Administration Medical Center of Lou Gehrig's disease. He was a member of Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Parish, Most Blessed Sacrament Worship Site, Harrison, Brackenridge Integrity, a longtime member of the Boy Scouts of America, for which he was assistant Cubmaster and Webelos leader in Tarentum and assistant scoutmaster in Natrona Heights. Capoccioni was an avid gardener and enjoyed Scouting. David Martin Crytzer, formerly of Natrona Heights died Friday, April 11, 2014. 8, 1939 in Natrona Heights, a son of the late Gerald Crytzer and the late Irene Mizer Crytzer. He earned his bachelor's degree in education at Slippery Rock State University and master's degrees in English and counseling at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Survivors include his wife, Carol Ann Staley Capoccioni; a son, Gregory S. Michael (Pamela) Ventorini of Natrona Heights and Mrs. Dave is survived by his loving wife of more than 45 years, Sue Ann Coll Crytzer, of Surfside Beach, S.
Richard (Kimberly) Linkenheimer of Gibsonia; four grandchildren; a brother, Thomas Capoccioni of Buffalo Township; and two sisters Patricia La Russa of New Kensington and Jeanne Corsi of Arnold. C.; daughter, Jessica Sue Crytzer, of Lexington, KY; and son, Daniel Martin Crytzer, of Myrtle Beach, S. Dave is also survived by brothers, Paul Crytzer and Joel Crytzer; and sisters, Janet Ackerman and Anita Lloyd.
The family requests that any memorial gestures be forwarded to the: Karen S. Dave shared with our family where he wanted to make his final resting place, it is a beautiful garden he loved visiting in recent years. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to St.