HAZELTON STANDARD SENTINAL
NOV. 18 1933
MRS. MARGARET M. GROSS
Mrs. Margaret Melissa Gross died at the home of her daughter Mrs. George Carlton, 14 Gregory Avenue after a six week illness. She was a former resident of Butler Valley
Surviving also are tow sons, Frederick of Wilkes-Barre and William, Wyoming.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 1:30 from the home. Rev. Samuel McDowell pastor of Douglass Presbyterian Church will officiate, assisted by Rev. George C. Summerson of Wyoming Methodist Episcopal Church.
Burial will be in St. Johns Cemetery. Butler Valley
WED. NOVEMBER 20 1935
FRED H. GROSS
The death of Fred H. Gross, 59, well known Carey Avenue barber, occurred last night at 6;30 at his home, 66 Church street, of a heart ailment. He had retired from active business in 1933 because of ill health. A resident of this city for more that 35 years, Mr Gross was a member of Firwood M.E. Church.
He is survived by his wife and a daughter, Mrs. Clarence Templeton of Endwell, N.J. also a brother and sister, William Gross and Mrs. Mary Charlton, both of Wyoming
DEATH OFJOSEPH H. GROSS
MAY 5 1918, SHICKSHINNY, LUZERNE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA
The funeral of Joseph Grohs, (Gross) aged 78 who died in Union Township Sunday will be held from his late home there Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Services in Shickshinny M.E. Church. Interment in Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny, PA.
DEATH OF MRS. GROSS
Early Tuesday morning at her husbands home on Rockview occurred the death of Mrs. Hannah Gross, wife of Joseph H. Gross. Mrs. Gross had been in poor health for two years and in October last went to the Wilkes-Barre hospital where she underwent two operations. Soon after her return from the hospital she was obliged to take to her bed and was a great sufferer until the day of her death. She was born in Huntington township Dec. 22 1838 and was therefore in her sixty-seventh year. The survivors are the husband and six children. The sons are George A., of Wyoming;Henry S. of Shickshinny; John W., of Nescopeck; Arthur G. of Westport. The daughters are Ida J. Vivian of Sugarloaf, and Lillie M. Harden of Shickshinny. The funeral services will be held at the M.E. church this after noon at 2 o'clock
[Note: This obit was with my grandmothers papers and she has May 2 1905 as the date but not the name of the paper.]
Date of record is March 18 1898
Albert Titus died early Monday morning after a few days illness. He leaves a wife and three children. Funeral services tomorrow.
WEDSDAY AUGUST 8, 1934
MRS. IDA GELTZ ( MISSPELLED: SHOULD BE "GETZ")
Mrs. Ida Geltz, 71 died on Monday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Titus, in Shickshinny.
Surviving are five children, Mrs. Thomas Haydt, Mrs. Rose Kutchum, George and Mrs. Frank Titus of Shickshinny, and Mrs. Clayton Lenon of Nuanagola, a sister Mrs. D.B. Harden of Wilkes-Barre and two brothers, Henry Gross of Wilkes-Barre and Arthur Gross of Woodward. She also leaves two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
The funeral will be held this afternoon from the Kelchner Funeral Home, rev. A.F. Birdsell, pastor of Shickshinny Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery. Shickshinny.
THURSDAY OCT 1 53 (FROM MY GRAND MOTHERS PAPERS)
THOMAS L. HAYDT
Death of Thomas L. Haydt, 53 of 20 Search Street, Shickshinny occurred at 8:30 yesterday morning in Nanticoke State Hospital where he was a patient nine days. He had been in ill health 15 years.
Mr. Haydt was born at Mauch Chunk and at one time he was a farmer near there. He later was employed by the West End Cola Company. Mocanaqua, and the Glen Alden Coal Company.
Surviving are his wife, the former Mae Titus Bachman, Shickshinny; son, Kenneth Haydt, Nanticoke; grandson Kenneth Haydt, Jr., Nanticoke; two brothers John H. and Reuben of East Mauch Chunk; four sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Wentz, Parryville; Mrs. Nora Walck, Albrightsville, Mrs. Clara Knappenberger and Mrs. Myrtle Spoonheimer, Allentown.
Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 at the funeral home 77 North Main Street, Shickshinny. Rev A.F. Birdsall of Shickshinny Protestant Church will officiate. Interment will be in Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny. Friends may call Friday night 7 to 9.
SEPTEMBER 9 1977 FRIDAY
EVENING NEWS RECORD TIMES LEADER WILKES-BARRE, PA
MRS. MAE HAYDT
Mrs. Mae Haydt. 89 of 20 Search St. Shickshinny died Thursday in Bloomsburg Hospital where she was a medical patient two weeks. She previously was a patient in Eyers Grove Nursing Home R.D. 1 Millville
She was born in Shickshinny Nov 11 1887, the former Mae Titus and was a life resident of Shickshinny. She was a member of the Bible Baptist Church there. Her husband Thomas died in 1953.
Surviving are a son, Kenneth, Nanticoke, brother George Titus, New Haven Conn. sister Lillie Titus Shickshinny, one grandchild, one great granddaughter.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Bible Baptist Church, Shickshinny with Rev. Warren Birdsall officiating. Interment, Pine Hill Cemetery Shickshinny.
Friends may call at Zofcin Funeral Home, 38 N. Main St. Shickshinny .Sunday starting at 2p.m.Body will lie in state in Bible Baptist Church Monday from noon until time of service.
JANUARY 30 1993
TIMES LEADER, WILKES-BARRE, PA
KENNETH HAYDT SR.
Jan 29, 1993
Kenneth D. Haydt, Sr., 68 of Walnut Street, Alden Station, Newport Township, died Friday morning at Mercy Hospital Wilkes-Barre. Born in Shickshinny, July 24, 1924, he was the son of the late Thomas and Mae Titus Haydt. He attended Shickshinny schools.
He had resided in Nanticoke for 36 years, and in Alden Station for the past four years.
He worked at Glen Alden Coal CO. for 26 years. He was presently employed as a security guard at the nuclear plant near Berwick.
He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving as a military policeman. He was a member of American Legion Post 350 Nanticoke. He was also a member of the Ebeneser Baptist Church, Plymouth.
He and his wife, the former Gertrude Reinbold, celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary on Feb. 25, 1992.
He was preceded in death by a son Kenneth Jr. May 5, 1992
Surviving in addition to his wife, is one granddaughter.
A military funeral will be at 1p.m. Monday from the George A Striah Funeral Home, 38 N. MaIn St. Shickshinny, with the Rev. Clyde Lee, pastor, officiating.
Internment will be in Slocum Cemetery, Slocum Township.
Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and from noon until time of services Monday.
MAY 6 1992
TIMES LEADER WILKES-BARRE
KENNTH HAYDT, JR
May 5, 1992
Kenneth Donald Haydt Jr., 38 of Walnut Street Alden, died Tuesday at Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, He had been a surgical patient for the past two weeks.
Born in Nanticoke, May 31, 1953, he was the son of Kenneth and Gertrude Reinbold Haydt. He was a resident of Wilkes- Barre and Nanticoke for his entire life. He worked at China Garden Restaurant, Wilkes-Barre and was last employed by Mary Macintosh Laundry, Wilkes-Barre. He attended Ebenezer Baptist Church. Plymouth.
Surviving, in addition to his parents is a daughter Sherri Lee Haydt. Orlando, Florida.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday from Robert Zofcin Funeral Home, 38 N. Main St. Shickshinny, with the Rev. Clyde Lee officiating.
Interment will be in Slocum Cemetery, Slocum.
Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Thursday.
WILKES-BARRE RECORD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1942
MRS. ROSE KETCHAM (TITUS)
Mrs. Rose Ketcham, 51, who died Sunday night at her home, 18 Search Street, Shickshinny, will be buried this afternoon at 1:30 with services at 2 in Shickshinny Protestant Church. Interment will be in Pine Hill Cemetery (Shickshinny)
Surviving are these children:Mrs. W.B. Kendrick, Mrs. Howard Titus and Mrs. Margaret Carl. Mount View, N.J.; Pvt Merle Ketcham of Fort Eustice, VA; Miss Norma Ketcham, Brooklyn, N. Y. and Mrs. Flavia Yaple, Shickshinny and five grandchildren.
A brother George Titus Connecticut and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Haydt and Mrs. Frank Titus Shickshinny and Mrs Clayton Lemon, Mountain Top also survive.
WILKES-BARRE RECORD JAN 7 1963
MERLE C. KETCHAM CLAIMED BY DEATH
Merle Clyde Ketcham, 47 of 31 Conyngham Street, Shickshinny died Sunday morning at 1:35 at Wilkes-Barre Veterans Administration Hospital. He had been a medical patient three hours. Mr. Ketcham had been in ill health the last five years.
He was born April 10, 1915 at Harrell, a son of the late Clyde and Rose Titus Ketcham. He moved to Shickshinny at the age of 7 and lived there since.
Mr. Ketcham attended Shickshinny public schools and Shickshinny Protestant Church. He was a World War 2 Army Veteran with 22 years service. He served with 101st Infantry and Military Police. He also had eight years foreign service in Panama, Germany, France and Japan. He retired from service in 1962.
He and his wife, the former Dottie Takeda of Hiroshimma, Japan, celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary last November.
Surviving besides his wife are a daughter, Rose at home; a brother Homer, Runnemede. N.J.; sisters, Mrs. Beach Kendrick, Lincoln Park, N.J. Mrs. Howard Titus and Mrs. James Parkinson both of Shickshinny; Mrs. Joseph Robick, Shickshinny RD1 and Mrs, Flavia Lynn, Paterson N.J. Nieces and nephew also survive.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 from funeral home 38 North Main Street Shickshinny. rev Warren Birdsall, Shickshinny Protestant Church will officiate, Interment in Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny, Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday.
BLOOMSBURG PRESS ENTERPRIZE, SEPT 6, 1999
Previously worked at Wilkes-Barre nursing home
Dottie Ketcham, 80, of Market Street, Berwick, died Sunday morning, Sept.5, 1999, at her home. She had been ill since June.
Born Aug.1, 1919, in Hiroshimma, Japan, she was the daughter of the late Taketaro and Taiyo Takeda Takeda. (see note)
She came to the United States 48 years ago. Ketcham was employed at one time as a nurses aide at Valley Crest Nursing Home, Wilkes-Barre.
She attended the Bible Baptist Church, Shickshinny.
Her Husband Merle Ketcham died in 1963, and a daughter, Herocho Mastuee, also died previously.
Surviving are two sons: Tenehero Morita and Tedaka Morita, both of Japan; a daughter Mrs. David (Rose) Crane, Shickshinny, four grandchildren, a brother, Taieschi Takeda, Japan; three sisters: Mrs. Edward (Yurie) Miller, Tacoma, Wash. Fugea Massaru and Meako both of Japan.
Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Mayo Funeral Home, Inc. 77 N. Main St. Shickshinny, with the Rev. Daniel C. Potter, Bible Baptist Church Shickshinny, officiating. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny.
[Note for parents name. That is the way it is in the paper.]
BLOOMSBURG PRESS ENTERPRISE JULY 23 1993 FRIDAY
HOWARD B. TITUS
Had owned Red's Auto Repair, Shickshinny
Howard B. Titus, 78, of 33 Fellow St. Shickshinny, died Wednesday evening at the Berwick Hospital Center after a lengthy illness.
Born in Shickshinny, he was a son of the late Daniel and Hattie Hoffman Titus .
A lifelong resident of Shickshinny, where he attended school, Mr. Titus was self employed as a truck driver and owner of Red's Auto Repair, Shickshinny, retiring in 1978.
He attended Bible Baptist Church, Shickshinny.
He was preceded in death by brothers: George, Charles and Harry Titus: and sisters; Irene Hinkey and May Hurtle.
Surviving are his wife, the former Evelyn Ketcham, with whom he celebrated a 56th wedding anniversary on Oct. 9, 1992.
Sons Howard Gaylord Titus, Shickshinny; Barry Titus, Berwick; daughter, Judith Douthat, Berwick; Mrs. John (Ruthann) Olenick, Shickshinny; 15 grandchildren eight granddaughters, brother Frank Titus, Shickshinny; two sisters: Mabel Baer, Porter Station, Del.; and Martha Balliet, Berwick.
Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. from the George A. Strish Funeral Home, 38 N. Main Street, Shickshinny, with the Rev. Warren M. Birdsall officiating, Burial will be Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny.
JULY 29, 1979
JOSEPH ROBIC SR., 59, SHICKSHINNY
Joseph E. Robic Sr. 59, Shickshinny R.D.1 died at 8:40 P.M. Monday at Berwick Hospital where he had been a patient for eight days. He had been in ill health the past nine years.
Born Dec., 27, 1919, in Wilkes-Barre, he was the son of Mrs. Helen Carbohn Robic, Edwardsville, and the late Martin Robic Sr. He lived his entire life in the Shickshinny and Mocanaqua areas, and was employed for 21 years at Glen Alden Coal Co.,, Wanamie and Susquehanna Coal Co.., Glen Lyon. He was last employed by G.R. Sorber and Sons Shickshinny R.D.2, retiring in 1970 because of ill health.
Surviving are his wife, the former Margaret Ketcham, sons, Alonzo, Newport, R.I. Joseph Jr. at home; daughters, Joanne, White Haven and Mrs. Robert (Densie) Wesely, Right, Wyoming, brothers, Martin Jr. Clifton, N. J., Peter, Bloomsburg R.D.;sisters, Mrs. Mary Yazemboske, Mocanaqua; Mrs. Helen Chickson, Wilkes-Barre; and two grand children.
Services will be Friday at 10:30 a.m. from the Zofein Funeral Home, 38 N. Main Street, Shickshinny, with Rev. David Criswell, pastor of Koonsville Bible Protestant Church officiating. Burial will be in Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny.
APRIL 7, 2000
Joanne Robic, 56 of Shickshinny, died Friday at the Berwick Hospital Center. Born Feb .5. 1944,in Nanticoke, she was a daughter of Margaret Ketcham Robic, Shickshinny and the late Joseph Robic, Sr. She worked for the United Rehabilitation Service, Wilkes-Barre. She was a member of the Reyburn Bible Church. Surviving in addition to her mother are brothers, Alonzo Carle, Dale City, VA.; and Joseph E. Robic Jr., New Holland; and a sister Denise Wesley, Louisville, KY. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mayo Funeral Home Inc, 77 North Main St. Shickshinny, with the Rev.C. Glenn Neely her pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Pine Hill Cemetery, Shickshinny.
WILKES-BARRE TIMES LEADER;DEC. 25 1979
MRS. JEAN E. SHIME (HARGRAVES)
Mrs. Jean E. Shime, 54 W. Union St. Shickshinny, died Monday morning in Berwick Hospital, shortly after admittance.
Born on Jan. 8 1921, she was a daughter of the former Lillian Vivian and Charles Hargraves. She was a life long resident of Shickshinny.
Surviving are her husband Wilfred Shime; sons, Andrew Slembarski, Mechanicsburg; brothers, Charles Hargraves, Bernard Hargraves, Donald Hargraves, Herbert Hargraves and Walter Hargraves, all of Shickshinny; sisters, Mrs. Earle Rider and Mrs. Jack Applebee, both of Shickshinny; Mrs Ervin Eisenhauer, Wapwallopen,; step brothers, Lamar Titus, Lakeside Calif. Lynn Titus and Rodger Titus both of Shickshinny; step sisters, Mrs. John Switzer, Berwick; Mrs. Jack Wall, Shickshinny; seven grandchildren.
Funeral on Thursday at 9 A.M. in the Mikelski Funeral Home 71 N. Main St. Shickshinny, with Rev. Henry E. Korpusil, pastor of St.Mary's Church, Mocanaqua, officiating. Interment in Sorber Cemetery, Rayburn.
Friend may call Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m.
BLOOMSBURG PRESS ENTERPRISE; JUNE 12, 2001
BERNARD 'CAP' HARGRAVES, ST.
Served in the South Pacific during World War II
Bernard "Cap" Hargraves Sr., 76 of Salem Boulevard, Berwick, died Monday, June 11, 2001, at Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, following a lengthy illness.
Born June 9, 1925, in Shickshinny, he was a son of the late Charles Hargraves and Lillian (Vivian) Hargraves Titus.
He served in the Navy during World War II for 33 months in the South Pacific on the USS Oxford.
Hargraves was first employed by the Glen Alden Coal CO. He was later a member of the Teamsters Union and was a truck driver for Arco Auto and M&G Trucking, retiring in 1975.
Hargraves was a member of St. Mary's Church, Mocanaqua.
He was also a member of the VFW, Catholic War Veterans and Eagle Hose Co,; all of Berwick; and the American Legion Post and Sylvania Lodge No 354 F&AM both of Shickshinny. Hargraves was a 32nd degree mason of Caldwell Consistory, Bloomsburg.
The following family members died previously; a brother Herbert Hargraves Sr.; two sisters:Ruth Reider and Jean Slembarski; and two half brothers; Roger Titus and Lamar Titus.
He is survived by his wife, the former Phyllis Wisneski, to whom he was married Sept. 13, 1955; a son Bernard M. Hargarves, Jr.,Oley; two grandchildren; three brothers Charles and Donald Hargraves, both of Shickshinny and Walter Hargraves, Muhlenburg; two sisters; Betty Appleby, Shickshinny, and Barbara Eisenhauer, Wapwallopen' a half brother, Lynn Titus, Mocanaqua; and two half sisters; Marsha Wall and Eileen Switzer, both of Berwick.
Funeral services will be Thursday at noon from the Mayo Funeral Home Inc., 77 N. Main St., Shickshinny, with the rev. Thomas Skotek officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Mocanaqua.
MAY 14, 1960
William (Frank) Titus, 72 of Nicely Street, died Saturday morning at 7:15 in the Nanticoke State Hospital, where he was admitted Thursday. He has bee in ill health the last three years.
Born August 11, 1888, he was the son of the late William and Margaret Nelson Titus. He spent his entire life in Shickshinny and attended the Borough schools and the Shickshinny Protestant Church. He was employed as a miner for 46 years by the Glen Alden Cola Company in Wanamie. He was the assistant chief of police of Shickshinny for six years, retiring two years ago. Mr. Titus was a member of the Police Executives Association of Pennsylvania.
Surviving are his wife, the former Lillian Vivian, daughters, Mrs. Robert Bridle, New Egypt, N. J. and Marcia, at home; sons Lamar with the Navy at Norfolk, VA Lynn with the Navy at London, England, and Roger, at home; step daughters, Mrs. Earl Reider, Mrs. Andrew Slembarski, Mrs. Jack Applebey and Mrs. Ervin Eisenhower, all of Shickshinny. step sons, Charles Hargraves, Montandon, PA, Bernard and Donald Hargraves, Shickshinny, Herbert Hargraves, Mountainview, N. J. and Walter Hargraves, of Shickshinny R.D.1; 31 grandchildren; and a half sister, Mrs. Helen Menne, Sunbury.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 from the Robert Zofein Funeral Home, 38 North Main St. with the Rev., Warren Birdsall of the Shickshinny Protestant Church officiating. Interment was in the Reyburn Cemetery.
Donated by Sheila Brandon
SHICKSHINNY WOMAN SURVIVED BY 11 CHILDREN
Lillian E. Titus, 94, of 54 W. Union St., Shickshinny died Tuesday evening Berwick Hospital Center Emergency room.
Born in Lee, PA June 30, 1899, she was the daughter of the late Ida Gross Vivian. She attended school in Jim Thorpe.
Her first husband, Charles Hargraves, died in 1931 and her second husband Frank Titus died May 14, 1960.
Mrs. Titus was a member of the First Baptist Church, Shickshinny. She was an aid bingo player and enjoyed crossword puzzles.
Surviving are seven sons; Bernard Hargraves, Berwick, Charles Hargraves, Walter Hargraves, and Donald Hargraves, all of Shickshinny. Lamar TITUS, El Canjon, Calif., Lynn Titus, Mocanaqua, and Roger Titus, of Shickshinny; four daughters, Mrs. Peter (Betty) Appleby, and Mrs. Jack (Marcia) Wall, both of Shickshinny, Mrs. Jake (Eileen) Switzer, Berwick, Mrs. Ervin (Barbara) Eisenhauer, Wapwallopen; 55 grandchildren; 97 great grandchildren; 12 great great grandchildren
Mrs. Titus was the last member of her immediate family.
She was preceded in death by two daughters; Jean Slembarski Shima, in December 1979 and Ruth Reider Oct 19 1983, and a son Herbert Hargraves, in December 1992.
Burial will be in the Sorber Cemetery, Reyburn from the Funeral Home of Joseph W. Nardi Berwick.
MALCOLM LAMAR TITUS
Navy Veteran served during Korean and Vietnam Wars.
Malcolm Lamar Titus, 64 of Benton, died early Wednesday morning Feb. 21, 2001 at the Bloomsburg Hospital, where he had been a patient since Thursday. He had the bee ill for the past two years. He had lived at his Benton home for the past year, and before that had lived in Shickshinny for a year.
Born September 25, 1936 in Shickshinny he was the son of the late William Frank and Lillian E. Vivian.
Titus educated in Shickshinny schools, he attended the former F.L. Garrison High School, Shickshinny. He enlisted in the Navy on July 27, 1954, at age 17, and retired July 1, 1974, serving during the Korean War and two tours of duty during the Vietnam War. Following his retirement from the Navy, he worked for the Civil Service at Mirmar Naval Air Station, Mirmar, Calif. retiring in 1996. He returned to this area in May 1999. Titus was a life member of the Benton VFW and a member of the Shickshinny American Legion and Berwick Elks Lodge #1138.
Following his retirement, he enjoyed fishing and traveling. Titus often worked as a groundskeeper at several campgrounds he visited.
A daughter Cindy Lee Titus, died April 4, 1957 in infancy. Five siblings also died previously, Ruth Reider, Jean Shima, Roger Titus, Herbert Hargraves Sr. and Thomas Titus.
He is survived by four children, Tammy S. Edwards, Montier, MO: Michael L. Titus, Berwick, Berwick; Mrs. Scotty (Deidre) McGee, Montier, MO and Donna M. Mensch, Danville; 10 grandchildren; five great grandchildren' and nine siblings:Betty Appleby, Shickshinny: Barbara Eisenhauer, Wapwallopen; Eileen J. Switzer and Mrs. Jack( Marcia) Wall, both of Berwick; Lynn Titus, Mocanaqua; Charles Hargraves, Shickshinny; Bernard Hargraves, Berwick' Lynn Titus, Mocanaqua: Charles Hargraves, Shickshinny, Bernard Hargraves, Berwick and Donald Hargraves and Walter Hargraves, both of Shickshinny.
According to Titus wishes, a military burial at sea will be conduced by the U.S. Navy
TIMES LEADER WILKES-BARRE MARCH 29, 1997
MARCH 28, 1997
Roger F. Titus, 57, of Nicely Street Shickshinny, died Friday at the Berwick Hospital Center
Born Aug. 7, 1939, Nanticoke he was the son of the late Frank and Lillian (Vivian) Hargraves Titus.
He was a lifelong resident of Shickshinny.
He was a former fire policeman for the Shickshinny Volunteer Fire Co.
He was preceded in death by brothers. Thomas Titus,infant; Herbert Hargraves Sr. in 1993; sisters Ruth Reider, in 1983 and Jean Shima in 1979
Surviving are brothers Lynn Titus, Mocanaqua, Conyngham Township; Lamar Titus, San Diego. Calif.;Charles Hargraves, Berwick, Donald Hargraves, Muhlenburg; sisters, Marcia Wall, Shickshinny, Eileen Switzer, Berwick; Betty Applebey, Shickshinny, Barbara Eisenhower, Wapwalopen, several nieces and nephews; girl friend Virginia Baldwin.
Funeral services will be at 9 p.m. Monday from the Mayo Funeral Home, Inc., 77 N. Main St., Shickshinny, with the Rev. Donald Miller retired United Methodist minister officiating.
Internment will be held at the convenience of the family in Sorber Cemetery, Reyburn.
Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, Columbia Unit. 1111 Old Berwick Road, Bloomsburg 17815.
HAZLETON STANDARD SPEAKER, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1977
ALBERT M. GROSS, SR.
Albert M. Gross Sr., 76, of 205 Wilson Ave. Kearny, New Jersey died at 9:48 am Saturday at the West Hudson Hospital, Kearny, New Jersey.
Born in Milnesville, Oct. 28, 1900, he was a son of the late Albert and Mary (Minnick) Gross and had resided in West Orange, New Jersey prior to locating in Kearny 15 months ago.
He was a retired employee of the Fireman's Insurance Company of New Jersey.
He was a member of grace Methodist Church of Kearny.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mabel E.. Gross (Stewart) April 19, 1959.
Surviving are sons, Albert Jr., Kearny, N. J.; Charles, Freeland; daughters Mrs. Elizabeth Dobert, Milnesville; Mrs. Ruth Kunkle, Kelayres; Miss Althea Gross, Bloomfield, N. J. eight grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Harriet Uplinger and Mrs. Florence Swinesburg both of Greentown and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 am Tuesday from the Walter E. Beltz Funeral Home, 235 e. Broad St. with the Rev. Carl Schweltzer officiating. Interment will be in the Mount Laurel Memorial Park.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm today.
HAZELTON STANDARD APRIL 21, 1959
MRS. MABEL E. GROSS
Mrs. Mabel E. Stewart, N. J., died suddenly of a heart attack Sunday at 11 pm at Martland Medical Center, Newark, N. J. where she was admitted that day.
She was born in Beaver Meadows on February 4, 1901, the daughter of Alfred and Susan (Hinkle) Stewart. She spent most of her life in Milnesville, before moving to Newark eight years ago.
She was a member of Roosevelt Methodist Church, Newark.
She is survived by her husband Albert, Newark, and the following children: Albert Joseph, Althea, and Charles Ellsworth, Newark; Mrs. Elizabeth Daubert, Milnesville; Mrs. Ruth Kinkle, this city.
Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Sarah Hartzel and a step sister Mrs. Martha Hinkle, both of this city and three grandchildren.
The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 pm from the Grebey Funeral Home, with rev. Charles Catherman officiating.
Internment will be in Mt. Laurel Memorial Park.
Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday afternoon and evening.
HAZLETON STANDARD SENTINAL, MONDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1944
NANCY ANN GROSS
Nancy Ann Gross, one year old and 23 day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gross, of Milnesville died at 5 am Saturday after a three day illness.
Surviving are the parents and five brothers and sisters; Alert Joseph, Charles Luther, Elizabeth Mae. Altheda and Ruth Alma, all at home. The mother was Mabel Steward before marriage,
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon with services at the residence in charge of rev. Howard Fitzgerald pastor of the Freeland Milnesville Methodist Charge. Interment will be St. John's Cemetery.
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