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Daniel Lee Kieffer

Daniel (Danny) Lee Kieffer, 70, of Montrose, PA, passed away on Friday, November 18, 2022. Born on July 16, 1952, he was the son of the late Albert and Betty (Martin) Kieffer.

Danny was an avid outdoorsman in his youth. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and archery.

Danny is survived by his two daughters, Barbara (James) Carson, of Endwell, NY and Christina (Glen) Whitney, of New Milford, PA. He had 4 grandchildren, Claire, Collin, Laurren (William) and Clayton; 2 great-grandchildren, Eva May and Mac; sister, Donna Kieffer, of Lakeland, FL.

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Private services were held.

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Patricia Eleanor Milos

Patricia Eleanor (Rozansky) Milos, 80, entered into eternal rest peacefully on November 26, 2022 at her home in Thompson, PA surrounded by her loving family. Her husband is Frederick J. Milos, Jr.

Born October 9, 1942 in Jersey City, New Jersey, Patricia was the daughter of the late Stanley and Lillian (Mehnert) Rozansky Sr. She graduated from Weehawken High School in 1959 and Drakes Secretarial College in Jersey City. Patricia was employed by Emerson Radio & Phonograph Corp., Jersey City until she met the love of her life, Frederick J. Milos, Jr. They married on June 6, 1964 and celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary this past spring. They moved to their current home in Thompson, PA in 1972 and established their business currently known as Freddy's Refuse Removal LLC.

Patricia is survived by her four children, Roxann (Allen) Lloyd, of Thompson, Tina (Kevin) Beach, of Thompson, Patrick (Bridget) Milos, of Thompson, Kristine (Brad) Malti, of Honesdale; sister, Linda (Arthur) McCormack, of Flemington, NJ; four grandchildren, Michael (Emily) Lloyd, of Port St. Lucie, FL, Nicholas Lloyd, of Thompson, Eric (Lora) Beach, of Kingsley, Tyler Malti, of Honesdale; two great-grandchildren, Raelyn Elizabeth Lloyd, of Port St Lucie, FL, Jett Beach, of Kingsley. Also surviving are nephews, Corey (Jennifer) McCormack, Travis (Jeanne) McCormack; niece, Melissa (Robert) Southall; good friend, Mary Giles.

The Milos Family would like to thank Wayne Memorial Hospice Care, especially Karon Shaffer, Ginny Fries and Jessica Tuttle for their compassionate and loving care of our mother.

Viewing will be Friday, December 2, 2022 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm in the Kevin M. Lesjack Funeral Home, 513 Main Street, Forest City. Funeral will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Patricia's name to: Wayne Memorial Hospice at Wayne Memorial Health Foundation, 601 Park Street, Honesdale, PA 18431.

Condolences: www.lesjackfuneralhome.com.

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Betty Boerner

Betty (Snyder) Boerner, 93, of Oakland, Susquehanna, PA entered eternal rest Wednesday, November 23, 2022. She was the daughter of the late Marian (Bailey) and Foster Snyder of Susquehanna, PA.

She was predeceased by her loving husband of 65 years, Frederic E. Boerner, April 24, 2016.

Betty is survived by one daughter and her husband, Jeri (Boerner) and Kenneth Stead, of Binghamton, NY; four sons, Tracy Boerner (Jennifer Bixby), of Susquehanna, Jon and Judith Boerner, of Susquehanna, Jeffery and Christine Boerner, of West Windsor, NY, Robert and Tammie Boerner, of Endicott, NY.

She is also survived by her grandchildren, Kendal (Stead) and Robert Haigh, of West Palm Beach, FL, Kyle Stead and Angela Hawley, of Lake Placid, NY, Jeremy and Kristin Boerner, of Susquehanna, Jordan Boerner, of Susquehanna, Jamie and Anna Boerner, of Binghamton, NY, Carissa (Boerner) and William Martin, of Conklin, NY, Janelle (Boerner) and Dominic Caminiti, of Binghamton, NY; great-grandchildren, Oliva and Elle Martin, Dalton and Colt Boerner, Silas Stead; sister, Joan M. Snyder, of Johnson City, NY; and many cousins.

Betty was a member of the Order of The Eastern Star.

A Funeral Service was held on Sunday, November 27, 2022, at Hennessey's Funeral Home, 747 Jackson Avenue, Susquehanna, PA with Christine Boerner officiating.

Private Interment will take place in North Jackson Cemetery.

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