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D. JOANN TERBOSS HONEYCHUCK
D. Joann “Judy” TerBoss Honeychuck, Ayden, NC, formerly of Susquehanna, PA passed away Saturday, August 13, 2005 at her home after a courageous “feisty” battle with cancer.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Wilfred and Mildred TerBoss, as well as her brother, Robert “Nobby” TerBoss.
She is survived by her children, Sherry Sheldon, Ayden, Marty and Debra Honeychuck, South Montrose, PA, Anita and Kevin Burdick, Binghamton, NY, Mike Honeychuck, Ayden; her siblings, Lynn TerBoss, Hallstead, PA, Karen and Lynn Wrighter, Newnan, GA, Sandy and Emerson Fiske, Hallstead, Linda TerBoss, Susquehanna; many treasured nieces and nephews; her grandsons, Matt and Sherry Lynn Sheldon, Ayden, Joel Sheldon, Raleigh, NC, Andrew and Greg Honeychuck, South Montrose.
She was born March 11, 1936 in Susquehanna and was raised there. She graduated from Laurel Street High School, married and was very involved in the raising of her children. She worked locally for many years at Kasson Industries, Widmann’s, and the American Legion.
She moved to Ayden in 1989 where she enjoyed working at a garden center until she retired. She spent her retirement gardening, traveling, and enjoying her children, grandchildren and especially her great-grandchildren, Isaac and Alex, as well as telling humorous stories about her family, children and treasured friends.
Her memorial service will be held at the American Legion Hall in Susquehanna, on Saturday, September 17, at noon with a luncheon to follow.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to your local American Cancer Society or hospice program.
GORDON W. TRAVIS
Gordon W. Travis, 53, a resident of the Country Living Personal Care Home, Nicholson, died Wednesday, August 10, 2005 at Mercy Hospital.
Born in Susquehanna, he was the son of the late Wilbert E. and Evelyn Westgate Travis. Prior to his illness, he was employed as a custodian at Mountain View High School, and had also worked at Anitech, Binghamton, NY and the Hallstead Foundry.
He enjoyed farming, hunting, fishing, flea markets and the outdoors.
Surviving are a sister, Linda Smith, Hop Bottom and brother-in-law, Ken; several cousins.
A memorial service will be held September 17, 1 p.m. in the West Lenox Baptist Church, with services by Pastor Lee Mead. Cremation was at R. H. Jones Crematory, Tunkhannock.
Arrangements were made by the Charles H. Litwin Funeral Home, Nicholson.
JOSEPH A. ROBINSON
Joseph A. Robinson, Carbondale, died Sunday, August 21, 2005 at the Moses Taylor Hospice Unit, Scranton. His wife is the former Elizabeth Parry. Born in Susquehanna, he was the son of the late Joseph T. and Emma Coward Robinson. He resided in Carbondale since 1950.
He was an Army Air Force veteran of World War II, having served as a Captain with the 79th Fighter Group in the Mid East and European Theater for two and a half years. He took part in ten campaigns and received the Soldier’s Medal and two Presidential Unit Citations and other commendations. He was a member of the 79th fighters Group Association and the American Legion Post 86 of Susquehanna. He was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church, Carbondale. Prior to his retirement, he was employed as a Sales Manager of the Prudential Insurance Company.
Surviving are three sons, Richard, John, and Jeffery, all of Carbondale; two brothers, Robert and Thomas, both of Susquehanna; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
He was also preceded in death by a son, James, Carbondale; three brothers, Willis and Donald, both of Susquehanna, Walter, Boca Raton, Florida; two sisters, Ethel Robinson and Dorothy Passetti, both of Susquehanna.
The funeral will be Wednesday, August 24, from the Brennan and Brennan Funeral Home, Inc., 55 Lincoln Ave., Carbondale with service at 11 a.m. in the Trinity Episcopal Church by the Rev. Elizabeth Meyers. Interment, Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery, Finch Hill.
Memorial donations may be sent to the Moses Taylor Hospice Unit, 700 Quincy Ave., Scranton, PA 18510.
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