Funeral was held July 11, at Wilson Memorial
Robert L. Hulslander, of North Carolina, passed away on July 6, 2018 at age 80. He was born October 15, 1937 and spent some of his early years in Troy
Funeral was held July 11, at Wilson Memorial
The family of the late Jonathan M. Hurlburt, 59, of Canton invite friends to attend a graveside service at Beech Flats Cemetery 11 a.m. Saturday, June 23. Rev. Duane Taylor will officiate. Share condolences at www.pepperfuneralhomes.com
John Stapler Hollister, Jr, passed away on June 10, 2018 in Clark, Colorado.He was born on February 14, 1944 in Trenton, NJ, the eldest son of John "Jack" Hollister and Hannah Thomas Hollister.
John attended the Quaker High School, George School and then earned a BA in English at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH.
A true son of the wind, he experimented with careers in law enforcement, the United States Air Force, commercial real estate, and the Philadelphia Development Corporation, before ultimately earning his juris doctorate from Temple Law School.
Jonathan Mark Hurlburt, 59, Canton, PA passed away very unexpectedly on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at UPMC Pinnacle Hospital, York, PA.
Jon was born April 19, 1959 in Blossburg, PA, a son of Barbara J. (Burgess) Sentyz of Troy.
He served with the U.S. Army during Operation Golden Phesant in Hondauras. Employed as a truck driver, Jon always believed in hard work to achieve his goals. His grandchildren were the light of his life. Jon will be forever remembered for his truthful, honorable nature and a heart of gold. He enjoyed riding motorcycle. In earlier years he excelled in short track racing.
In addition to his mother Barb, surviving are his children: Michelle (Thomas) Swingle, Canton, Dillan Hurlburt and Jeremy Schweighart both of Waverly, NY; four grandchildren, Devin, Kayden, Kaleigh and Mahliya; sister, Ginny (Michael) Chamberlain, Troy; uncle, Bill (Jane) Burgess, Canton and a niece and nephew.
Patricia “Patty” Ann Haverly, age 60, tragically passed away near her home in Camptown, PA, on May 31, 2018. Patty was born on April 8, 1958 in Towanda, the daughter of the late John S. Boyanowski and Ruby L. Anderson Boyanowski of Camptown. She grew up and lived in Camptown her entire life. She was a graduate of Wyalusing Valley High School with the Class of 1976. Patty retired from DuPont in Towanda, where she worked as a lab technician for over 30 years.
She enjoyed reading, knitting, and crocheting. Patty took great pride in keeping her home looking beautiful inside and especially outside, where she loved to tend to her garden of gorgeous plants and flowers. Most of all Patty loved to spend time with her granddaughter, Isabella and the rest of her family. She will be deeply missed by her family and loved ones.
Betty Jean (Stanton) Haven, 88, of Dallas, Luzerne Co., passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2018 in her home. She was the wife of the late Glenn R. Haven.
Born in Troy, Bradford County, December 26, 1929, Betty was the daughter of the late Joseph Stanton and Elizabeth (Monroe) Kline.
She was employed at the Child Development Council in Wilkes Barre for many years before retiring. The family wishes to acknowledge her dedicated caregivers.
Survivors are daughter, Linda J. Richards of Dallas, PA; granddaughter, Kirby J. Kurtz and her husband, Nicholas of Schnecksville; great granddaughter, Taran J. Kurtz; sister-in-law, Doris Haven of Bradford County; companion of 30 years, Albert McClure and his extended family with whom he resided
A private graveside service will be held at Card Cemetery, Troy, PA. No calling hours.
The Heintzelman Funeral Home, Inc., in Schnecksville, is in charge of arrangements.
Online expressions of sympathy may be recorded at www.heintzelmancares.com
On the morning of Friday, April 13th, 2018, lifelong Canton area resident Frances (Carnwright) Hite passed away quietly at her residence. She was 84 years of age.
Born February 24th, 1934 in Armenia Township she was the daughter of Lloyd A. and Christine (Moore) Carnwright.
She was the widow of the late Kenneth S. Hite, with whom she had raised four sons and three daughters. They shared 30 years together until Ken’s passing in December of 1983.
In addition to caring for her family Frances was employed for many years as a Cafeteria Worker at the Canton Area School District. Frances was also an accomplished quilter, and following her retirement from the school system owned and operated a shop specializing in fabrics and other quilting and sewing supplies.
Our angel was given her wings
Miriah Elizabeth (Wells) Harkness, 27, Gillett, beloved wife of Colton and mother to Aiden and Ava, passed away unexpectedly on April 2, 2018.
She was predeceased by her grandfathers, Charles Wells Sr. and Paul Lane; grandmother, Leona Lane; and great grandmother Wilma Freeman.
Surviving are her beautiful family: Colton, Aiden and Ava, of Gillett; her mother and step-father, Dawn (Lane) and Robert Griffith, Sayre; father and step-mother, Edwin and Laurie Wells, South Boston, Va.; grandmother, Darlene Wells; sister and brother-in-law, Nicole (Bortle) and Curtis Teeter, Ulster; sisters, Alexis Bortle, Waverly and Kaity Wells, Sayre; sister-in-law, Mariah Harkness, Sayre; brother-in-law, Taren Harkness, Gillett, sister-in-law, Kate Harkness and her beloved mother and father-in-law, Vickie and Shawn Harkness, East Smithfield as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family. Her nieces, Arianna, Olivia, Sophia, Hilary and Rory and nephews, Jackson and Harvey are especially going to miss their amazing Aunt Miriah.
Kathryn J. “Kay” Harer, 95, East Point, Liberty Township, passed away on Friday, March 30, 2018 at Manor Care North in Williamsport.
Born April 10, 1922 in Jersey Shore, PA, she was a daughter of the late Adam C. and Ida Yaggie.
Kay graduated from Lock Haven High School in 1939.
On Dec. 16, 1944, she married the late Edwin S. “Ebby” Harer. They shared 61 years until his passing on Feb. 28, 2006.
Kay was a member of the East Point United Methodist Church. A loving wife, mother, grandmother and friend, she will be remembered for always putting others first, especially her family. Kay had many jobs through the years; she and Ebby owned and operated Edmont Farms, she worked at Carey McFalls, Wundies and was a waitress. Most importantly, Kay loved being a dairy farmer’s wife and raising her children and grandchildren. Some of Kay’s passions included gardening, canning, baking and bowling. She also enjoyed family gatherings; always making sure you didn’t go away hungry.
Surviving are her children: Ronald Harer, East Point and Jeannie (Bill) Banks, Montoursville; grandchildren: Eddie, Angela, Tracey and Tim; five great grandchildren and sister-in-law, Lil Yaggie, Canton, several nieces and nephews.
Alice “Jean” Harman, 88, life-time resident of Canton, passed away peacefully while surrounded by loved ones on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at Guthrie Troy Community Hospital.
Jean was born on February 18, 1930 at the family’s home in East Canton. She was a daughter of the late John “Dean” and Lena (Harris) Landon. Jean was a 1947 graduate of Canton High School. A loving and supportive wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, she was married to Gene Harman for 65 wonderful years before his passing on Oct. 24, 2014. “Mr. Gene” and “Mrs. Jean” are again united.
For several years in the 1980’s, Jean owned and operated a fitness center in Canton called Slender You. In earlier years, she sold real estate in Elmira and worked at Burk’s Clothing Store in Canton. Jean was a life-member of Canton’s Women of the Moose Lodge 981. She enjoyed being a very active lodge supporter for over 60 years and participated in their College of Regents. Jean was a member of Canton’s V.F.W. Auxiliary Post 714 and the Canton Church of Christ (Disciples of Christ). She also served on Canton Township’s Board of Elections.
She and Gene loved to golf. They traveled to North Myrtle Beach for many years to enjoy golf and warmer weather. Jean enjoyed many interests in life; she was an avid reader, worked with all kinds of crafts, played cards and bowled in earlier years. Special times were always spent with her family, especially the grandchildren. Jean will be lovingly remembered for her desire to help people.
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