Arthur C. Marvin, Sr.
Arthur C. Marvin, Sr., 95, of Lakeview, PA entered into rest on
October 14, 2017. He was predeceased by his wife of 63 years, Thelma in 2005; a son, Arthur Marvin Jr in 2017; a granddaughter, Kathy Button; two brothers, Floyd and Earl; and two sisters, Marie and Laura.
Arthur is survived by three children, Harry and Marge Marvin,
Linda Welsch, Gary and Sharon Marvin; ten grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews; and his loyal canine friend, Duke.
Arthur worked for the Erie Lackawanna Rail Road until he purchased the family farm in 1952. He and Thelma worked side by side on the farm and raised their children, eventually retiring in 1992. He remained on the farm for the rest of his life. He loved everything that was connected to the farm and the outdoors, four wheeling, fishing, hunting, watching animals in nature, blueberry, pear, and apple picking. He enjoyed working and using his tractors and possessed the ability to fix everything by being creative with what he had on hand. Arthur was an extremely hard worker from before dawn until after dusk. He especially loved his family and spending time sharing his knowledge and experiences with them.
A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, October
18, 2017 at the Tuttle-Yeisley Funeral Home, Inc. Friends may call from 5-8 p.m., Tuesday evening at the funeral home.
Interment will be made in Lakeview Cemetery.
Connie Jo Winnie
Connie Jo Winnie, 60, of Hallstead, PA entered into rest on October 8, 2017. She is survived by her loving husband of 18 years, Steve. Connie was known as “Mickey” by her dad, the late Ray and Esther Hackel, and “Princess” by her husband.
Connie is also survived by children, Tommy and Jen Ehrie, Rebecca Ehrie, Nicholas and Jess Winnie, and Steven Winnie; 8 grandchildren, Viktoria, Kaeleigh, Mykenzie, Tristan, Troy, Thomas, Nate and Ben; a brother, John and Dee Hackel, who was more like her sister; and several nieces and nephews.
Connie took great appreciation in flowers, gardening, cook outs over the fire pit, star gazing, and her animals. She possessed a beautiful personality and will never be forgotten.
Steve will host an informal gathering in their home at 642 Harmony Road on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 1-5 p.m.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Tuttle-Yeisley Funeral Home, Inc.
Please consider memorial donations to UHS Palliative Care Unit, 33-57 Harrison Street, Johnson City, NY 13790.
Marion Roberta Cramer Nemire
Marion Roberta Cramer Nemire, born December 10, 1928 in Hallstead, PA, passed from this life to enter Heaven on October 6, 2017 in Largo, FL, at the age of 88.
Marion had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and lived her life with Him always in mind. She was raised and lived in Hallstead until moving to Florida after the flood of 2006. She joined the First Baptist Church of Hallstead at the age of 12, was married there to John Nemire in 1950, and raised their 5 children as part of this church family. Marion was a 3rd grade Sunday school teacher for decades, sang in the church choirs, sang solos for special music in worship services, was a member of the Ladies Missionary Committee, and enjoyed decorating the church for various ministries. She was a member there until a few years ago when she joined a church in Largo, FL, attending Bible studies and singing in the Super Sixties choir for as long as she was able.
When she was a teenager, Marion once sang in a Billy Graham Crusade choir at Madison Square Garden, NYC. As a young woman, she wanted to be an opera singer and took voice lessons in 1950. She never lost her love for singing and music. Marion was also creative, loved to draw, and was good at making afghans, decorations, Halloween costumes, crafts, birthday cakes, etc. for family and friends. She loved playing table games of all kinds, spending time with family, watching TV, buying gifts for her loved ones, eating ice cream, and going to movies.
Marion was the youngest of 6 children. Her brother, Harry, older by 10 years, rewarded her with a quarter for every “A” she earned in school. Marion was at the top of her graduating class of 1947. After high school, Marion went on to Ridley Secretarial School in Binghamton, NY, working as a secretary after graduation until her first child, Gloria, was born in 1951.
Marion was a full-time mom and homemaker until going to work around 1973 at Magnetic Laboratories in Hallstead, PA, for several years. She then worked at Felchar Manufacturing in Binghamton, NY, until retiring from there at the age of 66 in 1994. She moved to Florida to be near her daughter, Gloria, who was a blessing to Marion in countless ways until her Homegoing.
She had 7 grandchildren, Scott and Daniell Brazill (FL), William and Joe Burchell (PA), Shaiell, Jaden and Ky Pawlak (AZ); 5 great-grandchildren, Alex Eisengart (FL – “adopted”), Spencer Correll (FL), Chloe, Troy, and Elise Burchell (PA).
Marion was predeceased by both parents, Lillian Mae Miller Cramer and Louis Bush Cramer; all of her siblings, Ruth Townsend, Claude Louis Cramer, Myrtle Donahue, Evelyn Gillespie, Harry Cramer, and their spouses; and her beloved grandson, William Jasper Burchell.
She is survived by her ex-husband, John of Boynton Beach, FL, and their 5 children and their spouses, Gloria and Gerard Brazill of FL, Nancy and Ken Bucy of AZ, Randal and Beth Nemire of AZ, Loreen and Timothy Pawlak of AZ, and Margo and William Burchell of PA. She is also survived by numerous nephews and nieces, and their children and grandchildren.
Marion went home to be with Jesus at the Sweet Water ALF, in Largo, FL, where she had been a resident for 2 years. She had been visited by and cared for by all of her children weeks and days before she entered Glory. Marion was, and is, greatly loved and will be greatly missed.
Mark Alan Glover
Mark Glover, 55, of Susquehanna, PA passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2017, at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, NY.
Mark was predeceased by his parents, Donald and Frances Glover; father and mother-in-law, Wendell and Marguerieta Swartz; sisters-in-law, Sharel Rhone, Joan Swartz and Sharon Glover; two special nephews, Allan Swartz and Christian Perrington.
He was survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Sherri (Swartz) Glover; son, Brandan Glover; daughter, Britney Glover; brother, Donald Glover and twin brother, Marvin Glover; sister, Melody and Ted Robinson brothers-in-law, Kent and Joanne Swartz, Fred Rhone, and Mark Swartz; sisters-in-law, Sheila and Jim Sullivan, Sharon and Keith Terwilliger and Shelly and Sam Allegrino: special niece and nephew, Becky and Andy Perrington; several other nieces, nephews and cousins.
Mark served in the United Sates Army following high school. He was a forklift operator at Maines Paper and Food in Conklin, NY. Mark was a member of the American Legion and Moose Lodge in Susquehanna, PA. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and riding quads. Mark will be dearly missed by all of his loving family and friends.
A Funeral Service was held on Thursday, October 12, at the Hennessey’s Funeral Home, 747 Jackson Ave. Susquehanna, PA, with Pastor Gary Day officiating.
Interment will be held in the Starrucca Cemetery, Starrucca, PA.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.