Bokman Of Wellsville

Stoltz of Dubois

Stoltz Of Coudersport

Java With JVB, Coudersport

Howard's Inc, Coudersport, PA

Learn IRA Basics, new 2020 rules for IRAs, and answers to frequently asked IRA questions at JAVA with JVB, on Tuesday, February 25, at 12:15 pm, at the JVB Coudersport office on East Second Street. Light refreshments will be served along with Java, of course! See you there!

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Learn IRA Basics, new 2020 rules for IRAs, and answers to frequently asked IRA questions at JAVA with JVB, on Tuesday, February 25, at 12:15 pm, at the JVB Coudersport office on East Second Street. Light refreshments will be served along with Java, of course! See you there!

Southern Tier Polaris, Olean, NY

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UPMC Cole

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Foster Township Police Seek To Identify Individuals

Foster Township Police Department
13 mins ·

The Foster Township Police Department is looking to identify these two individuals for an incident that occurred on 01/24/20 around 2300 hours.

Any individual with information on these two is encouraged to contact this department.

Mitchell H. Ruback, 81, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Bucks County

Mitchell H. Ruback

Mitchell H. Ruback, 81, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Bucks County, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Friday, January 24, 2020.

Friends are invited to attend graveside funeral services at 2 p.m. on Monday, January 27, 2020, in Maple Grove Cemetery, Shinglehouse.

A complete obituary will follow.

Mitchell’s family has entrusted his care to Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse.

Lafayete Dispatched For One Vehicle Crash On Rt. 219 Near Westline Road

At 10:11 PM on Saturday, Lafayette Fire Dept. & Mt. Jewett & Kane EMS dispatched to Rt. 219 near the Westline Road for a one vehicle crash with injuries

Cogan Station Resident Killed, Others Injured In Lycoming County Crash


ANGLERS ENCOURAGED TO KEEP SAFETY IN MIND WHEN ICE FISHING, USE ONLINE RESOURCES TO IMPROVE SUCCESS

After several consecutive days of below freezing overnight temperatures across Pennsylvania, conditions on many lakes and ponds have become suitable for ice fishing. As many anglers prepare to venture out onto the ice for the first time this winter, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) encourages everyone to keep safety in mind before and during each adventure on the ice.

“While a relatively warm winter has prevented ice from forming consistently and thick enough for ice fishing to this point in most areas, we are starting to see those favorable conditions, especially in our northern region and areas of higher elevation,” said Kris Kuhn, Director of the PFBC Bureau of Fisheries. “If you’re anxious to get out and fish, winter can be a great time to catch a variety of species and being on the ice is a unique way to enjoy the outdoors.”

Ice fishing in Pennsylvania can be an escape for anglers seeking peace and quiet by themselves, or it can be enjoyed in a very social setting with large groups of people fishing together. Gear required to be a successful ice fisherman can be as simple as a hand-powered auger to cut a hole through the ice, standard fishing rods and jigs, and a bucket to sit on. Other anglers may choose to invest in powerful battery-operated augers, underwater cameras and monitors, and portable shelters in which to fish from.

“While the high-tech gadgets can be fun and add to the experience for some anglers, it’s most important that you have some basic, reliable safety equipment with you at all times,” said Kuhn. “We recommend that all anglers wear a life jacket, carry a pair of ice awls, and have a whistle with you if you need to alert someone for help. Once you’ve prepared for a safe trip onto the ice, you can really focus on catching fish.”

Kuhn says when conditions are suitable, anglers can seek out ice fishing opportunities by using an interactive map of quality ice fishing destinations, which include many PFBC operated lakes and Pennsylvania State Parks. This map can be located by visiting www.fishandboat.com, clicking on “Fish” in the upper right corner, then selecting “Fishing,” then “Ice/Winter Fishing,” then clicking on the “Interactive Map of Ice Fishing Destinations” near the top of the page. Anglers visiting these waters can target plentiful populations of panfish, bass, pickerel, pike, musky and catfish. In addition, many lakes were stocked with trout during the fall and winter months. To locate lakes that received a fall or winter trout stocking, visit the Trout Stocking Schedules section of the PFBC website.

“Ice can be a great equalizer for fisherman trying to access the best fishing spots on a lake,” said Kuhn. “When conditions allow, you can now walk to places where you would normally need a boat to access. A lot of ice anglers will find success when they fish over our submerged habitat structures, which are on the lake bottoms and can attract many fish of all sizes.”

Maps of submerged habitat structures located in lakes across the Commonwealth can be found by visiting the Fish Habitat Improvement Plans section of the PFBC website.

Anglers ages 16 and older require a Pennsylvania fishing license, which can be purchased at more than 700 license issuing agents or online at www.fishandboat.com. Anglers wishing to keep trout must also have a trout/salmon permit.

Anglers should note that neither the PFBC or any authority monitors ice thickness. Always use caution and review the following Ice Fishing Tips and Safety Checklist:

Always wear a lifejacket or float coat while on the ice. Avoid inflatable lifejackets, which do not perform well in freezing temperatures.

Carry a pair of ice awls, which are handheld spikes. Ice awls can assist in performing a self-rescue, in which the spikes are driven into the ice to help someone pull themselves out of the water. Carry a whistle or other noisemaking device to alert others should you require help
When arriving at the water's edge, visually survey the ice. Look for open water areas and signs of recent changes in water levels. Ice sloping down from the bank can indicate a recent drop in water level, while wet areas on the ice can indicate a rise in water level.

Listen for loud cracks or booms coming from the ice. This can be an indicator of deteriorating ice.
 
Look for new ice, which is clear or has a blue tint. New ice is stronger than old ice, which can appear white or gray.

Remember that ice thickness is not consistent across the surface of the lake or pond
Beware of ice around partially submerged objects such as trees, brush, embankments or structures. Ice will not form as quickly where water is shallow or where objects may absorb heat from sunlight.

Anglers should use an ice staff to probe ahead as they walk. If the ice staff punches through, retreat to shore slowly.

Never walk on ice that has formed over moving water such as a river or stream
Never go out on ice alone.

Always let someone know your plans and when you expect to return.

Free teen event at Barbara Moscato Brown Library

The Library will be hosting a FREE Teen Paint & Sip class with a "Love Trees" theme on Saturday, February 8, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Attendees can create a beautiful, personal gift for just in time for Valentine's Day.

Only 15 spots are available for the event and those interested should sign up through the library’s Facebook event on their page, or by calling the library at 814-486-8011. The event is open to all youth 14-18.

Local artist Sarah Nolan will be leading the class and the painting being created will be inspired by the one pictured here. Participants will be able to personalize their creation in a variety of ways.

The library will provide all of the supplies, as well as snacks and hot cocoa with all the fixings. It will be held in the multi-purpose room of the library after regular business hours, so participants will need to enter through the back door.

LICENSE SALES UP AFTER SATURDAY DEER OPENER

Format used in 2019 could be step toward reversing long-term trend of hunter loss.

When the Pennsylvania Game Commission last year opted to move the opening day of the firearms deer season to Saturday, the decision was based in part on the conclusion it would enable more hunters to participate, and it was the best thing to do for the future of Pennsylvania hunting.

Today, about six weeks after that Saturday-opening season closed, Game Commission staff presented the Board of Game Commissioners with findings that indicate the change hit those marks.

While final 2019-20 hunting-license sales figures won’t be available until the license year ends June 30, license sales through the end of December represent an increase compared to the previous year. And hunters ages 18 through 34 were among those who bought licenses at the highest rate in the days leading up to the firearms deer season opener.

“While not everyone was in favor of moving the opening day of deer season to Saturday, most commissioners felt that after talking to the hunters in their districts, there generally was more support than opposition, and the change would enable more hunters – especially youth and young adults – to hunt on opening day,” said Board of Game Commissioners President Tim Layton. “Now this idea seems to be backed up by increased license sales, which is extremely encouraging because, quite frankly, there hasn’t been a lot of positive news to report on that front in recent years.

“It’s evidence that moving the opener to Saturday was the right decision to make,” Layton said.

It remains uncertain when the 2020 firearms deer season will open. The preliminary list of 2020-21 hunting seasons and bag limits includes a Saturday opener that would be followed by a day of Sunday hunting, which would mean the season would start with eight days of uninterrupted hunting. However, it’s not unusual for dates to change between the time the preliminary seasons are introduced and the final seasons are adopted, which this year is likely to happen on April 4. Public opinion often helps to shape decisions on seasons. It’s one of many factors the board considers.

The data on license sales was presented to the commissioners by Dr. Coren Jagnow, the Game Commission’s human dimensions scientist.

Jagnow in her presentation noted that hunting-license sales through December increased by 0.4 percent in 2019 to 849,575. That’s an increase of 3,351 licenses.

While the change might seem small, Jagnow said it’s important to consider license sales have been trending downward for more than three decades. In the previous license year, sales declined by 3.4 percent – a loss of more than 30,000 hunters. And since the peak year for license sales in 1982, license sales increased just 13 times in 36 years.

Jagnow said there’s a strong correlation between the 2019 Saturday opener and increased license sales, providing reason for optimism that further increases could be achieved in coming years.

“It certainly seems a step in the right direction to reverse the long-term trend of hunter loss,” she said.

In recent years, license sales have dropped by an average of 3 percent annually. So if the Saturday opener helped not only to stem losses, but increase license sales, it might have kept afield more than 28,000 hunters who otherwise wouldn’t have hunted.

Young-adult hunters were among those behind the bigger increases in licenses sales. License sales to hunters ages 18 to 34 increased by 0.56 percent overall. And in the seven days leading up to the opening day, resident hunters 18 to 34 bought 20,242 licenses – a more than 7 percent increase for this age group compared to the previous year.

College-aged hunters ages 18 to 21 were responsible for even higher increases, buying 44,911 licenses – a 2.4 percent increase – with 5,311 of those licenses purchased in the seven days leading up to the season – an 18.4 percent increase compared to the previous year.

Creating opportunities for more hunters to hunt more often has been central to the Game Commission’s philosophy for years, said Game Commission Executive Director Bryan Burhans.

The 2019 Saturday opener expanded the firearms deer season to 13 days, three of them Saturdays. The 2019-20 late archery and flintlock deer seasons were extended by more than a week. New October bear seasons for hunters using muzzleloaders and firearms and a longer bear archery season helped to bring about a record bear harvest in 2019. And new elk seasons allowed hunters to experience elk country in a whole new way in September and January.

It’s a track record of which the Game Commission, and all hunters, can be proud, Burhans said.

And in 2020, additional Sunday hunting opportunities, and the prospect for season-long concurrent hunting of antlered and antlerless deer and the return of a three-day Thanksgiving turkey season would fall in line with the same pattern.

“In this day and age, where people lead busy lifestyles and many hunters who drop from the ranks do so because they can’t find the time to hunt, creating opportunity might be the biggest key in keeping hunters active to carry on our traditions and maintain strong wildlife populations,” Burhans said.

WILDLIFE SPECIALIST TO SPEAK ABOUT IMPACT OF GAS DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Margaret C. Brittingham, professor of wildlife resources at The Pennsylvania State University, will speak Monday at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford about the environmental impact of gas development.

Her talk, “Effects of Marcellus Shale Gas Development on Forest Birds and Habitat – Current Status and Future Outlook,” will take place at noon Jan. 27 in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons.

Brittingham is a wildlife specialist specializing in avian ecology, forest songbirds, human impacts on bird population, wildlife habitat management on private land, and landscaping for birds and wildlife.

Her talk is sponsored by the Pitt-Bradford Division of Biological and Health Sciences.

Free teen Meditation course offered at library

The Barbara Moscato Brown Memorial Library is offering a FREE 4-week meditation course for youth ages 12-18, beginning with an intro session on Wednesday, February 5, 4-5 p.m.
Class sessions will be Wednesdays from 4-4:30 p.m. ending on March 18.
The class will be led by local meditation specialist, Susan Zoschg.

“This is a great way for teens to find some balance and decompress in the middle of their week,” said Librarian Yelena Kisler. “With all the stress that being a student and teen can create, this may be a wonderful opportunity to find some relaxation in their hectic schedules.”

Forbes reported last July that in a recent review of past studies on teens and meditation, “studies on teens with anxiety and the efficacy of several mind-body methods: Mindfulness training, yoga, hypnosis, and biofeedback. All of the methods showed benefit, both in reduction of anxiety symptoms and other variables, like school performance.”

SPACE IS LIMITED SO PARTICIPANTS MUST SIGN UP AT CCHS, ONLINE, OR THE PUBLIC LIBRARY NO LATER THAN JANUARY 31.

We will consider offering more sessions if there is enough interest in the class, and possibly sessions for elementary age youth.

Eugene Selwood, Jr., 83, of Germania, PA

Eugene Selwood, Jr.

Eugene Selwood, Jr., 83, of Germania, PA, passed away on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at UPMC Cole, Coudersport, PA. 

US Army Veteran
Born February 17, 1936, in Stroudsburg, PA, he was a son of the late Eugene and Mary (Miller) Selwood, Sr. 

He was Veteran having served in the United States Army. 

Eugene was employed by Owens Corning in Barrington, NJ for many years. He was a member of the Kettle Creek Deer Feeding Club and enjoyed hunting, canning different jams and making sauerkraut and maple syrup. 

Surviving are three sons, Billy (Cindy) Selwood, McDonough, NY, Kenneth (Betty) Selwood, Mullica Twp, NJ and Randy (Tammy) Selwood, Marlton, NJ; two daughters, Jeanette Malone, Haddon Twp, NJ and Christina Selwood, Galloway, NJ; nine grandchildren; and five great grandchildren. 

In addition to his parents Eugene was predeceased by his wife, Eleanor Selwood in 2000. 

Services will be held at the family’s convenience. Memorial contributions may be made to Veteran’s Affairs or to UPMC Cole Hospital. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Hess Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Collins Chapel, Galeton, PA.

Rose A. Hafler, 81, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Doylestown

Rose A. Hafler

Rose A. Hafler, 81, of Shinglehouse, PA, formerly of Doylestown, passed away unexpectedly in her home on Saturday, January 25, 2020.

Funeral arrangements, entrusted to the care of Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

Richard M. “Dick” Welk, 81, a longtime resident of Coudersport, PA

Richard M. Welk

Richard M. “Dick” Welk, 81, a longtime resident of Coudersport, PA, passed away on Saturday, January 25, 2020, in UPMC Cole Skilled Nursing and Rehab, Coudersport.

Funeral arrangements, entrusted to the care of Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

Louise E. Chastain Lewis, 87, of Lancaster, formerly of Shinglehouse, Pa.

Louise E. Chastain Lewis

LANCASTER, Ohio---Louise E. Chastain Lewis, 87, of Lancaster, formerly of Shinglehouse, Pa., passed away on Friday, January 24, 2020, in Country Lane Gardens, Pleasantville, Ohio, after a lengthy illness.

Funeral arrangements, entrusted to the care of Kevin J. Dusenbury, funeral director/owner of the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse, are incomplete and will be announced with a full obituary.

Russell N (“Fuzzy”) Ames, 79, of Middlebury Center, PA

Russell N (“Fuzzy”) Ames

Russell N (“Fuzzy”) Ames, 79, of Middlebury Center, PA, passed away Jan. 24, 2020 at UPMC Susquehanna in Williamsport. 

Russell was born Feb 8, 1940 to the late Willard and Mabel (Short) Ames. He was a graduate of Little Marsh High School, Class of 1959. 

March 24, 1996, Russell married the former Alice (“Sally”) Scouten in Lindley, NY. He retired from Dietrich’s Milk Products in 2002 and served Middlebury Township as a Supervisor for 24 years. 

He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose, the Independent Order of the Odd Fellows and Arnot Sportsmen’s Club. 

Russell took great pride in being a beef farmer and an avid hunter. He played baseball and softball in his younger years and continued to follow his love of the game through his grandchildren. Russell was a great fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Pitt Panthers and the New York Mets. Although a hard worker for whom work always came first, Russell loved to have fun and enjoyed going to baseball and football games, whitewater rafting, 4-wheeling, travelling with family or Benedict’s Bus Service, hay rides, dancing and just being with people he loved.

He was predeceased by his granddaughter, Kelsey Anna Monks; his sisters, Louise Bell and Elaine Brown and his brothers, Foster and Walter. 

Surviving are his wife: Alice Ames; daughters: Lisa E. Schultz (Clark Gee) of Middlebury Center, Teresa M. (Tim) Merrifield of South Charleston, West Virginia, Tina A. (Steve) Krystoff and Tracey L. Monks of Wellsboro; stepchildren: Don (Tabitha) Martindale of Whitneyville and Misty (Peter) Chrysler of Spring City; Grandchildren: Rusty Krystoff, Paige Merrifield-Moffitt and Lilly, PJ, Catherine and Samantha Chrysler; and two great-grandchildren: Taylor and Teagan Moffitt.

Friends and family are invited to pay tribute to the life of Russell at the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, 139 Main Street, Wellsboro, PA from 6-8pm Monday January 27, 2020 and 10-11am Tuesday, January 28, and to his funeral service 11am Tuesday January 28 in the funeral home with Rev. Dr. Jeffrey McCleary officiating. 

To share a memory or condolence, please visit www.tusseymosher.com.

Lois E. MARSH, 90, of Wellsville, NY

Lois E. MARSH

Lois E. MARSH, 90, of Wellsville, NY, died Friday, January 24, 2020 in Jones Memorial Hospital, Wellsville. 

Born April 25, 1929, in Buffalo, she was the daughter of Paul and Mabelle McElheney Chamberlain. On January 3, 1953, in Cuba, she married Donald D. Marsh, who predeceased her on January 29, 1991. 

A graduate of Cuba High School, she was employed by New York Telephone Company and Jones Memorial Hospital. 

Lois was a member of Crosstown Alliance Church in Wellsville. 

Surviving are: three sons, Michael (Linda) Marsh of South Carolina, Francis “Pete” (Kerri) Marsh of Rhode Island, and Matthew (Barbara) Marsh of Bolivar; five grandchildren; nieces and nephews. 

In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by two brothers, Gerald Chamberlain and Lawrence Chamberlain. Friends may call at Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 2:00 – 4:00 PM, with Funeral Services following at 4:00 PM. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellsville. 

Memorials may be made to Crosstown Alliance Church, 450 North Highland Ave., Wellsville, NY 14895. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.

Kenneth O. BELLOWS, 93, of Wellsville, NY, formerly of Scio

Kenneth O. BELLOWS

Kenneth O. BELLOWS, 93, of Wellsville, NY, formerly of Scio, died Wednesday, January 22, 2020 in Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester. 

Born November 28, 1926, in Knoxville, PA, he was the son of Orren Wells and Luella Mary Clark Bellows. On November 17, 1950, in the Nazarene Lutheran Church, Wilcox, PA, he married the former Mary Margaret Eaton, who predeceased him on July 21, 2011. 
WWII Veteran

A 1944 graduate of Wellsville Central School, he served honorably with the US Navy as a combat aircrewman during World War II. 

For a number of years, he was associated with his father’s business, Bellows & Son Gunsmiths in Stannards, NY and Wilcox, PA. In 1964, he earned a degree in mathematics from St. Bonaventure University. He was employed by Air Preheater in Wellsville for 35 years. 

In 2001, he began working again as the Manager of Engineering Laboratories at Alfred University. In his employment, he worked as a machinist, tool and die maker, inventor, draftsman, designer, design engineer, field engineer, research and development engineer, design engineering supervisor, and engineering laboratories manager. He was the holder of seven U.S. patents. 

 In addition to Wellsville and Scio, he resided in Wilcox, PA, Ridgway, PA, and Jacksonville, FL. Ken was a member of First Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Wellsville. 

Surviving are: five children, Jody Ray (Jenella) Bellows of Alfred, Douglas Wayne (Kathy) Bellows of Wellsville, Danny Arthur (Susan) Bellows of Lancaster, Marie Rene (David) Irving of Altamont, and David Orren (Vicky) Bellows of Hudson Falls; 11 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. 

 In addition to his wife, he was predeceased by a grandson, Aaron; and three brothers, Paul Bellows, Herbert Bellows, and Richard W. Bellows. 

Friends may call at First Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Wellsville on Saturday, April 18, 2020 from 9:00 – 11:00 AM, with a Memorial Service following at 11:00 AM. The Rev. William Willson will officiate. Burial will be in Stannards Cemetery, where Military Rites will be accorded by members of Morrison B. Hayes American Legion Post #702. 

Memorials may be made to First Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 470 North Main St., Wellsville, NY 14895 or a charity of the donor’s choice. 

Arrangements are entrusted to Mulholland-Crowell Funeral Home, Wellsville, NY. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wellsvillefuneralhome.com.

Shinglehouse Ambulance To West Academy Street

At 2:03 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse Ambulance dispatched to West Academy Street for a possible CVA.

TOWANDA FARM SUCCESSION WORKSHOP SET

PA Farm Link, in partnership with AgChoice Farm Credit will hold a Farm Succession Workshop at the AgChoice Farm Credit office, 24668 Route 6, Towanda, PA 18848 on Friday, February 28, 2020. Registration will begin at 9:20 am and programming will run from 9:30-3 and includes lunch.

Speakers & topics include:
• Business, Legal and Tax Considerations, Attorney Jody Leighty – Stock & Leader
• Financial Considerations and Income for Senior Generations and Financial Options to Complete Transition, John Black--AgChoice Farm Credit, Ag Business Consultant
• Farm Family Communications, Darlene Livingston--PA Farm Link, 4th gen farmer
• Farm Succession Challenges, Michelle Kirk – PA Farm Link
• Farm Stress and Related Issues, Jayne Miller – Wellspan Philhaven, Community Education Coordinator

Registration is required by February 21 and may be completed online at www.pafarmlink.org or by calling (717) 705-2121 or (724) 541-0387. Workshop fee is $15/person and a discount is provided for 2 or more participants from the same farm operation. A copy of “Planning the Future of Your Farm” Pennsylvania Edition (a $12 value) and lunch will be provided for all registrants

This workshop, presented by PA Farm Link, a non-profit dedicated to “Linking Farmers to the Future”, will provide information on various aspects of creating a Farm Business Succession/Transition plan. Often farm families discuss passing the farm business to the next generation but get “stuck” on how to proceed. This workshop will help families work through some of the myths and stumbling blocks of moving forward with a farm succession and transition plan. An IFTN certified succession facilitator will be available at the meeting.

This workshop made possible through work supported by USDA/NIFA under award number 2018-70027-28588.

Brian K. SMITH, 63, of Austin, PA, formerly of Willow Street, PA

Brian K. SMITH

Brian K. SMITH, 63, of Austin, PA, formerly of Willow Street, PA, died Friday, January 24, 2020 in Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA. 

Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. 

Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.

Melinda M. LOVEL, 47, of Westfield, PA

Melinda M. LOVEL

Melinda M. LOVEL, 47, of Westfield, PA, died Saturday, January 25, 2020 in her home. 

Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA. 

Online condolences may be expressed at www.olneyfuneralhome.com.

George Harold McCune, 83, of 4154 Rt. 59, Lewis Run, PA

George Harold McCune

George Harold McCune, 83, of 4154 Rt. 59, Lewis Run, PA, passed away on Friday, January 24, 2020 with his wife by his side.

Born on December 13, 1936 in Warren, he was a son of the late George McCune and Frances (Holmes) Burton. He attended the Bradford area schools.

George married Beverly M. (Bigley) on Oct. 24, 1959, in Bradford and were married for 61 years.

He worked for Diamond Metal in California for over 20 years and Case Cutlery as a tool and die maker until he retired in 1991.

George loved being a part of the bowling league on Thursdays and singing with the Olean Barbershop chorus for several years.

He is survived by his wife Beverly, Sisters Sue (James) Crowley, of Bradford, Juanita Huntoon,of Bradford, brother Jack Burton, of Punxsutawny, and several nieces and nephews.

George was preceded in death by parents, an infant son Shawn, and brother Thomas McCune.

Keeping with George's wishes there will be no public services at this time. Burial will be in McKean Memorial Park, PA.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

PA Permit Violation Issued

PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a73(b) - GENERAL PROVISION FOR WELL CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION - Operator failed to prevent gas, oil, brine, completion and servicing fluids, and any other fluids or materials from below the casing seat from entering fresh groundwater, and prevent pollution or diminution of fresh groundwater.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a85(a)5 - CASING AND CEMENTING - CEMENT STANDARDS - Operator failed to prevent gas flow in the annulus and use gas block additives and low fluid loss slurries in areas of known shallow gas producing zones.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a81(a)2 - CASING AND CEMENTING - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Operator conducted casing and cementing activities that failed to prevent migration of gas or other fluids into sources of fresh groundwater.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a81(a)3 - CASING AND CEMENTING - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Operator conducted casing and cementing activities that failed to prevent pollution or diminution of fresh groundwater.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a73(b) - GENERAL PROVISION FOR WELL CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION - Operator failed to prevent gas, oil, brine, completion and servicing fluids, and any other fluids or materials from below the casing seat from entering fresh groundwater, and prevent pollution or diminution of fresh groundwater.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a81(a)3 - CASING AND CEMENTING - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Operator conducted casing and cementing activities that failed to prevent pollution or diminution of fresh groundwater.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a85(a)5 - CASING AND CEMENTING - CEMENT STANDARDS - Operator failed to prevent gas flow in the annulus and use gas block additives and low fluid loss slurries in areas of known shallow gas producing zones.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-21 to Cabot Oil & Gas Corp in Auburn Twp, Susquehanna county. 78a81(a)2 - CASING AND CEMENTING - GENERAL PROVISIONS - Operator conducted casing and cementing activities that failed to prevent migration of gas or other fluids into sources of fresh groundwater.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-21 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Alliance Petro Co Llc in Pine Creek Twp, Jefferson County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-16 to Alliance Petro Co Llc in Pine Creek Twp, Jefferson county. 102.4(b)1 - EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL REQUIREMENTS - Person conducting earth disturbance activity failed to implement and maintain E & S BMPs to minimize the potential for accelerated erosion and sedimentation.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-16 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Alliance Petro Co Llc in Pine Creek Twp, Jefferson County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-16 to Alliance Petro Co Llc in Pine Creek Twp, Jefferson county. 78.53 - EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL - Operator failed to design, implement and maintain best management practices and an erosion and sediment control plan in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapter 102, during and after earthmoving or soil disturbing activities, including the activities related to siting, drilling, completing, producing, servicing and plugging, constructing, utilizing and restoring the site and access road.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-16 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Arrington Natural Resources Llc in Susquehanna Twp, Cambria County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-16 to Arrington Natural Resources Llc in Susquehanna Twp, Cambria county. OGA3216(A) - WELL SITE RESTORATIONS - GENERAL RULE - Failure to restore disturbed land surface of a well site.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-16 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-14 to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest county. 78.57(a) - CONTROL, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF PRODUCTION FLUIDS - Operator failed to collect the brine and other fluids produced during operation, service and plugging of the well in a tank, pit or a series of pits or tanks, or other device approved by the Department or Operator discharged brine or other fluids on or into the ground or into waters of the Commonwealth.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-14 to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest county. SWMA 302(A) - DISPOSAL, PROCESSING AND STORAGE OF RESIDUAL WASTE - Person disposed, processed, stored, or permitted the disposal, processing or storage of residual waste in a manner which is contrary to the rules and regulations of DEP or to any permit or to the terms or conditions of any permit or any order issued by DEP.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest County
Description: Administrative violation issued on 2020-01-14 to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest county. OGA3211(G) - WELL PERMITS - POSTING - Failure to post the well permit number and the operator's name, address and phone number at the well site during construction of the access road, site preparation and during drilling, operating or alteration of well.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-14 to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest county. SWMA 301 - MANAGEMENT OF RESIDUAL WASTE - Person operated a residual waste processing or disposal facility without obtaining a permit for such facility from DEP. Person stored, transported, processed, or disposed of residual waste inconsistent with or unauthorized by the rules and regulations of DEP.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling
 
PA Permit Violation Issued to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest County
Description: Environmental Health & Safety violation issued on 2020-01-14 to Coastal Petro Corp in Jenks Twp, Forest county. SWMA 610(1) - UNLAWFUL CONDUCT - Person dumped or deposited, or permitted the dumping or depositing, of solid waste onto the surface of the ground or underground or into the waters of the Commonwealth, without a permit for the dumping of such solid wastes from DEP.
Incident Date/Time: 2020-01-14 00:00:00
Tags: PADEP, frack, violation, drilling

Police are seeking the public’s help in locating suspect Jamie Darnell REEDUS-GILLYARD

City of Bradford Police

Police are seeking the public’s help in locating suspect Jamie Darnell REEDUS-GILLYARD (27 year old, 5'10" B/M 165 lbs. Black Hair, Brown eyes). 

REEDUS-GILLYARD may be armed and should be considered to be armed and dangerous. 

On January 24th, 2020 at 0114 hrs. the City of Bradford Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing at the Lighter Side Bar. While responding it was learned that the actor had already fled the scene. 

On arrival two victims were located. One victim had multiple stab wounds to the upper torso and was subsequently treated by City of Bradford Fire/Ambulance personnel. The second victim received a stab wound on his hand. 

Charges connected with this incident include two counts of Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct and Harassment. 

Anyone that has information that could lead to the apprehension of REEDUS-GILLYARD is encouraged to contact the City of Bradford Police Department dispatch at 814-887-4911.

Wellsboro Dispatched For 2 Vehicle Crash West of Wellsboro

At 9:30 AM on Saturday, Wellsboro Fire & EMS dispatched 4or 5 miles west of Wellsboro for a 2 vehicle crash.

Maxim Health Care Seeking LPNs For Second Shift in Osceola, PA

Massive Public Auction Saturday, January 25th at Worth W. Smith Family Warehouse in Olean, NY

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Saving For Retirement Just Got Easier at JVB

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Huge 2 Day Public Auction at Burkhouse Auction House in Bradford Saturday & Sunday

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McKean County GOP Hosting Petition Events to Get President Trump On Ballot in Pennsylvania


Elk County Ammo & Arms is Buying Firearms Thursday, January 30th in Coudersport

Morgan seeking Process Engineer

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Morgan seeking Sr. Manufacturing Engineer

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Join Us For Grillin' & Chillin' At First Presbyterian Church in Port Allegany Sunday, January 26th

Friday, January 24, 2020

Coudersport Ambulance to North Main Street

At 11:33 PM on Friday, Coudersport Ambulance dispatched to 600 block of North Main Street for AMS.

Roseann Marie Weber, age 67 of Beaver Dams, NY

Roseann Marie Weber

Roseann Marie Weber, age 67 of Beaver Dams, NY passed away on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at Schuyler Hospital. 

Born June 26, 1952 in Blossburg, PA, she was the daughter of Milford and Louise (Mann) Boom. 

Roseann enjoyed collecting porcelain dolls, nutcrackers and snowmen. She loved her family and spending time with them. 

She is survived by her husband, Robert C. Weber; two sons, Wayne and Ann Stilts of Big Flats and Wyman and Josanne Stilts of Corning; two grandchildren, Aaron and Wendy Stilts; siblings, Julie and Bill Smith, Kathy Lowe, Nora and Gary Gitchell, Milford and Karen Boom, Rex and Tammy Boom and Daniel and Tracey Boom and several nieces, nephews and cousins. 

Roseann was preceded in death by her father and step mother, Milford and Hazel Boom; her mother and step father, Louise and Charles Johns and two brothers in law, James Lowe and Tom Robinson. 

Family will receive friends at Kenyon Funeral Home, 214 W. Main St., Elkland on Monday, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. A funeral service will be held immediately following at 1:00 PM with Rev. Larry O’Dell officiating. Burial will be in Ansonia Cemetery. www.kenyonfuneralhome.com.

WILDLIFE SPECIALIST TO SPEAK ABOUT IMPACT OF GAS DEVELOPMENT

BRADFORD, Pa. – Dr. Margaret C. Brittingham, professor of wildlife resources at The Pennsylvania State University, will speak Monday at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford about the environmental impact of gas development.

Her talk, “Effects of Marcellus Shale Gas Development on Forest Birds and Habitat – Current Status and Future Outlook,” will take place at noon Jan. 27 in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons.

Brittingham is a wildlife specialist specializing in avian ecology, forest songbirds, human impacts on bird population, wildlife habitat management on private land, and landscaping for birds and wildlife.

Her talk is sponsored by the Pitt-Bradford Division of Biological and Health Sciences.

One Transported To Hospital In Two Car Crash On RT.6 In Charleston TWP.



Driver Flees Scene After Hitting A Shed On S. Main Street In Richmond TWP.


No Injuries In One Car Crash On RT.15 In Blossburg BORO


Driver Flees Scene On Foot In One Car Crash On Germania Road In West Branch TWP.


Cruelity To Animals Complaint Unfounded On Peet Brook Road


Diesel Fuel Stolen From Abbott TWP. Building


Son of Charleston Church Shooting victim to speak at Penn State DuBois

DuBOIS - Chris Singleton, a forgiveness and racial reconciliation lecturer, is scheduled to speak at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 in Hiller Auditorium at Penn State DuBois. As part of the Cultural, Performing Arts, and Lecture Series, this event is free and open to the public.

Singleton is a former professional baseball player drafted by the Chicago Cubs, and a man on a greater mission than just hitting home runs. He is an inspirational speaker that has been featured on ESPN’s E:60, Sports Illustrated magazine, USA Today, and more. 

His mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, was murdered along with eight other victims at Mother Emanuel AME church in Downtown Charleston, South Carolina on June 17, 2015 by a racist white supremacist. Singleton inspired his city and the nation by forgiving the young man who murdered his mother and stating, “Love is stronger than hate.” Singleton inspires his audiences of all ages through teaching the power of forgiveness and his personal experiences of adversity at such a young age. He seeks to inspire his audience to love more, do more, and treat others the way they want to be treated.

For more information contact the Penn State DuBois Office of Student Engagement at 814-375-4851 or mdb469@psu.edu


ENT Joins OGH Medical Staff.

Paul Tinsley, MD
Olean General Hospital announced the appointment of Paul Tinsley, MD, to its medical staff.

Dr. Tinsley specializes in otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat), facial plastics and allergies. He earned a medical degree at the University of Mississippi and completed an internship at the University of Kentucky, residency at the University of Texas and fellowship at Columbia University – Presbyterian Hospital.

He is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology, American Board of Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery and is an American Academy of Otolaryngology and American Academy of Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery fellow.

“Dr. Tinsley’s years of specialized surgical experience will be an exceptional addition to our medical staff. In addition, his ability to provide complete ENT care, from managing allergies to complicated head and neck oncology cases, will make him a sought after specialist,” said Timothy J. Finan, president, chief executive officer, Upper Allegheny Health System, OGH, Bradford Regional Medical Center.

Dr. Tinsley is currently accepting new patients of all ages at the Medical Arts II building, suite 121, 2211 W. State St., Olean. Appointments can be made by calling 716/981-1010.


Artisan Chocolate in time for Valentine’s Day

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce and Artisan Center teaming up with Goblin’s Chocolates from St Mary’s and Kathy’s Creations from Emporium to provide sweets for your sweetheart.

For several years the John Keyes family has hand dipped strawberries for Cameron County customers. They are sold in boxes of 6 or 12 and can be covered in dark, white or milk chocolate. In addition, boxed candy is also available ranging from the popular swamp box to handmade toffee which began the chocolate business.

Retired Cameron County teacher, Kathy Strycula has been covering peanuts for years, and now offers her treats for sale. The peanut clusters are sold in bags ranging in size from 6 count to party size.

The chocolates must be pre-ordered by February 10 and will be available starting February 12 for pick-up. You can place an order by calling the chamber at 814-486-4314 or stopping in M-F 10am-4pm, Tuesday night 6:30-9. Or Saturday 8am-2pm. Online strawberry orders can also be placed via Eventbrite on Facebook or at www.cameroncountychamber.org.

Basket Classes Planned for 2020

Basket artist Catherine Snyder from Potter County encouraging people to antler and shed hunt this spring. In August she will teach a basket class using those found items! The antler basket is just one of three classes planned at the Cameron County Chamber of Commerce & Artisan center by Snyder. Snyder uses no patterns, creating the usable works of art as she weaves.

On March 14 Snyder will teach an Easter Basket. Students will select their choice of shape and colors for the class. The price is $33.00 and class will be held 9am-2pm. Seating is limited to 10.

On June 20 the focus will be on creating a market basket or casserole carrier. Students may select the handle type and learn shaping techniques. The price is $45.00 and the class will be held from 9am-2pm. Only 10 students will be accepted in the class.

The antler basket class will be held August 15 from 9am-5pm. The cost is $60.00. Students asked to bring their antlers to the chamber prior to the class, so they may be prepared for use in a basket. The class is limited to 8 students.

The baskets are on display at the chamber office. Students may register online at Eventbrite, by phoning the office at 814-486-4314, or in person.

Police are seeking the public’s help in locating suspect Jamie Darnell REEDUS-GILLYARD

BOLO-WANTED

 Jamie Darnell REEDUS-GILLYARD

(27 year old, 5'10" B/M 165 lbs. Black Hair, Brown eyes).

REEDUS-GILLYARD may be armed and should be considered to be armed and dangerous.

On January 24th, 2020 at 0114 hrs. the City of Bradford Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing at the Lighter Side Bar. While responding it was learned that the actor had already fled the scene. 

On arrival two victims were located. One victim had multiple stab wounds to the upper torso and was subsequently treated by City of Bradford Fire/Ambulance personnel. The second victim received a stab wound on his hand.

Charges connected with this incident include two counts of Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct and Harassment.

Anyone that has information that could lead to the apprehension of REEDUS-GILLYARD is encouraged to contact the City of Bradford Police Department dispatch at 814-887-4911.

Janet A. Mitchell Clark, 84, of Warren, PA. and formerly of Jamestown, N.Y.

Janet A. Clark

Janet A. Mitchell Clark, 84, of Warren, PA. and formerly of Jamestown, N.Y. died Friday afternoon, January 24, 2020 at Warren General Hospital, Warren, PA.

A complete obituary will be announced when available through the Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc.

RECALLS

Amity Packing Company Inc. Recalls Raw Ground Beef Products Due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

Amity Packing Company Inc., a Chicago, Ill. establishment, is recalling approximately 2,020 pounds of raw ground beef products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically clear, thin pliable plastic.


King Systems Issues Recall of King Vision Video Laryngoscope Video Adapter Size 1/2
On November 5, 2019, King Systems initiated a voluntary recall of One-Hundred Seventy-One (171) units of its King Vision Video Laryngoscope Adapter Size 1/2. The affected products have been found to exhibit a reversed image, which could potentially result in difficulty navigating during intubation and/or delay in intubation.

The affected product(s) should NOT be used. All affected product(s) should be returned to King Systems.

Affected product was manufactured from April 2nd to September 19th, 2019 and distributed from August 2nd to October 25th, 2019.

Affected product can be identified by reviewing the product packaging for Lot Number or individual devices for Serial Number. The Serial Number is located inside the Adapter (Figure 1).

King Systems voluntarily recalled the products after receiving reports of some products exhibiting a reversed image. Although the image may appear normal, the user’s actions will be reversed on the Display for left and right directions. Up and down directions are unaffected (Figure 2). As of January 20th, 2020, King Systems has not received any reports of adverse events (no patient injuries) resulting from this issue. FDA has been notified of this action.

King Systems has notified impacted distributors and customers and is arranging for return and credit/replacement of all recalled product(s).

A total of One-Hundred and Seven (107) affected products were shipped to distributors and customers in the USA (AK, AL, CA, FL, IA, IL, KS, LA, MD, MN, MS, NC, NE, PA, SC, TX, WA, and WI) and Sixty-Four (64) were shipped internationally (Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, Costa Rica, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Myanmar, Poland, Spain, and UK).

Potter County 2019 Fair Scrapbook Takes Third Place In State Competition

Potter County Fair
· 1 hr ·

Our fair's scrapbook won third prize for the cover design at the Pennsylvania State Fair Convention in Hershey.

Coudersport Borough Seeking Input On Request To Block Streets For Festival

Coudersport Borough
8 mins ·

At the last Borough Council meeting a request from the Ness Festival was heard that would block off Main Street from Oak to Second Streets for the majority of the festival in July. 

They are also requesting the closing West Second from Main to the alley for a contained (secure/monitored) "beer garden". 

Council did not make a decision as they want to hear from Borough residents and merchants. 

Feel free to contract your local councilman or the Borough office.

Louise M. Stewart, 74, of Warren, PA

Louise M. Stewart

Louise M. Stewart, 74, of Warren, PA., passed away, Thursday evening, January 23, 2020 at Warren Manor Nursing Home, Warren, PA. 

She was born October 29, 1945 in Warren, PA. Louise was the daughter of Donald E. and Ethel A. Sherwood Wood, Sr. Louise was employed with the former Phillips Lighting Corporation and Loranger’s. 

She was an active member of the Warren Salvation Army where she enjoyed playing in their kitchen band and ringing bell at holiday time.

Louise is survived by her 3 children, Thomas Stewart and wife, Carla of Warren, PA., Joan Krizo and husband, Mike of Corry, PA., Wendy Boothe of Dumas, AR, 4 Grandchildren, 1 Great Grandchild, 1 Sister – Ethel Hennessy and husband, Joe of Clarendon, PA., 1 Brother – Walter Wood of Alba, TX., several nieces and nephews. 

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Donald E. Wood, Jr. and Arlie Wood.

A private celebration of life will be conducted at the convenience of the family. 

Those wishing to place memorials may do so through the Warren Salvation Army, 311 Beech Street, Warren, PA. 16365. 

E-mail condolences may be sent by visiting www.lewisfuneralhomeinc.com The Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc. has been entrusted with funeral arrangements.