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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Roger D. Stolt Sr., 68, of East Valley Rd., Coryville, PA

Roger D. Stolt Sr. 
Beloved husband, father and grandfather

Roger D. Stolt Sr., 68, of East Valley Rd., Coryville, PA, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday (October 31, 2012) at his residence following an apparent heart attack.

Born July 17th, 1944 in Bradford he was a son of Theron and Kathryn Hoadle Stolt. On February 23rd, 1979 in Bradford he married Nancy VanCamp, who survives.

Roger attended Smethport High School and later received his GED in the army. He was a lifetime resident of his family homestead in Coryville.

Mr. Stolt was a Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. After his time in the military he worked for the Kinley Oil Co. of Knapp Creek as a heavy equipment operator. He was then employed by W. R. Case and Sons Cutlery in Bradford for 27 years as a foreman. He later worked for the Smethport Borough for 12 years as an equipment operator and also in the water department, before retiring in 2002. After his retirement he was employed by NAPA auto parts in Smethport and by Brian Gustafson.

Roger was a member of the Turtlepoint Evangelical Church, and a member and organizer of the Tuesday Night Cruisers motorcycle club. He loved hunting, working with wood, fishing with his son and motorcycle riding with his wife. He called bingo at Sena Kean Manor and enjoyed spending time with senior citizens. He also enjoyed camping and traveling to visit his children and grandchildren, he loved his two dogs, Noah and Brita.

Surviving in addition to his wife are one son, Roger (Bobbie) Stolt Jr. of Gillette, Wyoming; two daughters, Lori (Ken) Powers and Terri (Dennis) Shugars, both of Gillette; four grandchildren, Amber Stolt, Dianna Stolt, Jeffery Butterball and Cody Shugars; a step-daughter, Michelle (Tre Mack) Houghtaling of Kissimmee, FL; a brother, Richard Stolt of Jamestown; and one sister, Sue Ormsby of Jamestown.

He was preceded in death by two sisters, Donna Stolt and Sharon Paris.

Friends may call Sunday (November 4th, 2012) at the Frame Funeral Home in Eldred from 5 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at the First Church of God in Eldred with Rev. Anthony Edgell, Rev. Wally Mapes and Rev. William Lowery, co-officiating. Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery, Farmers Valley.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Turtlepoint Evangelical Church or the Bradford SPCA.

1 comment :

Jason Tanner said...

God has entered another great man into his home. Thanks for all the great things you did for the community and the people in it. And a personal thanks for the support you gave to my immediate family.