December 2014

Oil City First Night - 2015

Oil City First Night - 2015

Carl "Edgy" E. Brammer

Carl "Edgy" E. Brammer

Carl "Edgy" E. Brammer, 63, of East Brady, passed away on December 29th, at his residence after a brief illness.
Carl was born in Pittsburgh, on October 18, 1951, to the late Albert Vondon and Dolores M. Rogers Brammer.
"Wild Bird", as he was known to his friends graduated from Peabody High School and began a 35 year career with Iron City Brewing in the bottling department.
He loved Iron City Brewing, and was an avid pool player as well as enjoying horse shoes. Carl had a zest for life and always had a good time.

Carl "Edgy" E. Brammer

Carl "Edgy" E. Brammer

Paul Morton Dreibelbis

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Paul Morton Dreibelbis, 104, of Emlenton, passed away quietly on Christmas evening, December 25, 2014 at his daughter’s home in Madison, OH.
Mr. Dreibelbis was born on September 15, 1910 at his ancestral farm in Emlenton and was the son of John Adam and Amy Boyer Dreibelbis.
Paul attended Whitehall School, East Home, and completed his high school education at Emlenton High School. He was accepted at Allegheny College in 1926. There he ran cross country and track and graduated in 1930 with a degree in European History and education.

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Pau. Morton Dreibelbis

Pau. Morton Dreibelbis

Pauline N. Rettig

Pauline N. Rettig

Pauline N. Rettig, 69, of Stein Road, Chicora, went to be with the Lord early Thursday morning, December 4, 2014 at her home.

Pauline was born in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland County on December 21, 1944. She was the daughter of the late George Austin and Addaline Blanche Hawkins Gilliam.

She was a long time member of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Chicora. Mrs. Rettig had a love for animals, and especially enjoyed the company of her five cats. She was a devout Christian, an avid reader and enjoyed spending time in her home’s library.

Pauline N. Rettig

Pauline N. Rettig

Kenneth Parker “Doc” Mains

Kenneth Parker “Doc” Mains

Kenneth Parker “Doc” Mains, 90, a long-time Emlenton businessman, and the husband of a United Methodist pastor, passed away Wednesday evening, December 3, 2014 at his home.
Ken was born in Boyers on April 13, 1924. He was the son of the late Charles Klahr and Blanche Parker Mains.

Kenneth Parker “Doc” Mains

Kenneth Parker “Doc” Mains

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