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Saturday, July 17, 2021

Route 446 in Ischua is Closed Due To Flooding


This is an important message from NY Alert

CLOSED: Route 446 is closed eastbound and westbound from Kinney Hollow Rd to West Shore Rd, due to flooding, until further notice, Town of Ischua, Cattaraugus Co.


Bolivar, NY Had More Than Enough Water Saturday


 Bolivar New York Fan Page
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After the torrential rainstorm at former Hahn and Schaffner site (July 17, 2021) courtesy of Andee Cole Higley

Firefighters Handle Structure Collapse Due To Flood Waters in Port Allegany







 Star Hose Company #1

Just after 1:00 pm a significant rain event hit the Borough. Within minutes Star Hose Company was dispatched for a building collapse. 

Chief 3, Rescue 3, and the collapse trailer responded with 4 structural collapse technicians and several other support personnel. Units arrived to find the end wall of a single story residence washed out. 

Temporary Paratech shores were quickly installed to allow a safe working area. A “double t” spot shore and a single spot raker shore were constructed to stabilize the building. 

Roulette Squad 46 was dispatched to assist with shoveling and construction of a diversion dam while Engine 46 answered other storm related calls.

Scio Dispatched For Water Rescue


At 5:59 PM on Saturday, Scio Fire Dept. dispatched to 5799 Rt. 417 for a water rescue of a man trapped in his home by flooding.

Bolivar Dispatched To Golf Course For Flooding

At 5:31 PM on Saturday, Bolivar Fire Dept. dispatched to Country Club for flooding. County Road is closed at Rt. 417.


 

Flood Advisory for Cameron, ELK, McKean, Potter & Warren Counties

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Ivan Anthony Franceus, 93, of 525 Poplar, Emporium, PA

Ivan Anthony Franceus

Ivan Anthony Franceus, 93, of 525 Poplar, Emporium, PA, died surrounded by his family at Mt. Nittany Medical Center in State College PA on Friday afternoon (July 16, 2021.)  

He was born July l2, 1928 in Hackensack, NJ, a son of the late Maurice and Elisabeth Prost Franceus.

On September 19, 1953 in Worcester, MA he married Betty (Amlaw) Franceus, who survives. Ivan played saxophone, clarinet and harmonica in a polka band for many years and wrote and copyrighted popular songs. He was a big jokester and grew up playing pool in the New York City poolrooms with his brothers. He served with the U.S, Army during the Korean Conflict. He retired from Union Carbide, where he worked for over 23 years. He ran several successful businesses with his wife and later with his son Paul. He was known to help everyone, even strangers on the street. He was a member of Saint Marks Catholic Church, where he was a Eucharistic minister.

In addition to his wife Betty, he is survived by his 3 daughters Elizabeth (Mark) Daley of Connecticut, Juliette (Nick) Isanogle of Alaska, Mary Franceus of Annandale New Jersey, 3 sons Paul (Leslie) Franceus of Sinnamahoning Pennsylvania, Joseph (Lucy) Franceus of Basking Ridge New Jersey, Michael (Karie) Franceus of Texas, 12 Grand Children and 18 Great-Grand Children.

He was preceded in death by his parents Maurice and Elisabeth, his brothers Henri and Paul, his daughter Anita Hogan, son-in-law Tim Hogan, son-in-law George Chipko.

Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at the St. Mark Catholic church, 235 East 4th Street, Emporium, PA on Saturday July 24, 2021 at 11:00 am with Rev. Paul S Siebert, pastor as celebrant. Visitation will be at the Barnett Funeral Home, Inc. on Saturday morning from 10:00 – 10:45 am. Burial will be in the St. Mark Catholic Cemetery in Emporium, PA.

Online condolences may be placed at www.BarnettFuneralHome.net.

BARNETT FUNERAL HOME, Inc. entrusted with arrangements.

Shinglehouse Ambulance to Post Office

 At 4:10 PM on Saturday, Shinglehouse ambulance to post office. Person fallen
from wheelchair in front.

Water Rescue From Cattaraugus County Dispatched To Richburg

 


Allegany County Fire Wire
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Richburg CR 40 in Dean's Flats and 5B to Sunny Hill are flooded and impassable.

Workers at the Transfer Station will need to be evacuated.

Vehicle Into House on West Warren Road

 


Bradford Township Volunteer Fire Department
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On Thursday at 0755 hours the Bradford Township Volunteer Fire Department and an ambulance from the City of Bradford were dispatched to the 100 block of West Warren Road for a single vehicle accident into a structure. Engines 151 and 153 responded to the scene and assisted in extrication and patient care of the single occupant. West Warren Road was closed for a period of time. Bradford Township Police investigated. Members were on scene for 1 hour.
Photos by: Jay Bradish

* Tornado Warning for... Southwestern Steuben County in central New York... * Until 300 PM EDT.

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Genesee Dispatched For Trees Down on Genesee-Mills Road

At 2:17 PM on Saturday, Genesee Fire Dept. has been dispatched to Genesee Mills Road in Bingham Township for multiple trees down on the roadway.

Register for McKean County Home Base Head Start! July 18th


 

Roulette Dispatched To Port Allegany for Standby

At 2:13 PM on Saturday, Roulette Fire Dept. dispatched to stand by at Port Allegany station 3.

Senator Cris Dush Mission Report

 

Senator Cris Dush E-Newsletter


In this Update:

  • Legislative Reapportionment Commission Update
  • 2021 Legislative Roundup: Children & Families
  • State Government Merger to Save Taxpayer Dollars
  • Preventing Child Deaths in Hot Cars
  • Increased Unemployment Compensation Fraud and Identity The
Full Report HERE

Portville graduates receive Portville College, Wormer Family scholarships


OLEAN, N.Y., July 15, 2021 — Twelve recent Portville Central School graduates received awards from the Portville College Scholarship Fund and Dr. Donald A. Wormer Family Scholarship Fund, managed by the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation. 

Established by Portville College Scholarships, the Portville College Scholarships Fund supports annual scholarship awards for graduating Portville students who volunteer at the school store or annual Portville College Scholarship phonathon fundraiser. 

Awards from the fund this year total $5,450. 

The following students received awards this year: 

Felicia Capito - $700 
Regina Tkacik - $700 
Aylssa Bushnell - $600 
Faith Capito - $505 
Kayliegh Forrest - $550 
Lucas Smith - $400 
Dominic Pascucci - $400 
Alexa Steighner - $500 
Jacqueline Daley - $300 
Kaitlyn Williams - $300 
Mia Hlasnick - $300 
Hailey Wyant - $250 
 

Felicia Capito will study diagnostic medical sonography at Alfred State College. Tkacik will study biology on a pre-med track at St. Bonaventure University. Bushnell plans to study exercise science at SUNY Brockport. Faith Capito will attend Alfred State College to study criminal justice. 

Forrest intends to study journalism at Syracuse University. Smith will attend St. Bonaventure University where he will study criminology. Pascucci will study human services/social work at Finger Lakes Community College. Steighner will attend Grove City College to study biology with a concertation in health sciences. 

Daley plans to major in pharmacy at the University at Buffalo. Williams will study criminal justice at the University of New Haven. Hlasnick will attend SUNY Cortland to study health care management. Wyant will study kinesiology at SUNY Brockport. 

Felicia Capito, Daley and Steighner also received the Dr. Donald A. Wormer Family Scholarship. 

Daley and Capito received $1,750. Steighner received $1,000. 

This endowed scholarship, established in memory of Dr. Wormer by his late wife, Elinor Wormer, is awarded to graduating seniors of Portville Central School attending a two- or four-year institution to pursue a degree in a health care-related field. Students are also eligible to re-apply and recent graduates may also apply for this scholarship. 

Donations can be made to either of these funds at CRCF, 301 North Union St., Suite 203 in Olean, or online at cattfoundation.org 

Severe Thunderstorm Warning; TORNADO...POSSIBLE

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United Way 23rd Annual Pig Roast

The United Way of the Bradford Area’s 23rd Annual Pig Roast & Clam Bake, is coming up on Thursday, September 2nd beginning at 5:00 pm at the Bradford Township Lions Club.

The event serves as the celebratory kick-off for the United Way’s annual campaign with signature sponsor, Northwest Bank.  On Friday, July 30, 2021 there will be 50 tickets available on a first come, first serve basis for $20.00 at the United Way office, located at 161 Main Street, Bradford PA from 8am until 2pm.  On Monday, August 2nd 2021 you will be able to begin purchasing tickets for $35.00 per person, 50/50 raffle tickets for $5.00 per ticket and raffle items will also be available at the event.  In addition to the Pig Pass early-bird sale event we will be also be giving away two tickets on social media leading up to our main event on September 2nd.  To know more about the ticket giveaway, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram.  

For more information on our event, please stay tuned to our website, our local media and our social media pages.

For more information on the Pig Roast & Clam Bake, or the United Way’s annual campaign, visit uwbanews.org or call 814-368-6181.

A Way Out Jamboree Is Today At The Coudersport Arboretum


 

Redmond's Pork BBQ TODAY, July 17th at the BURTVILLE BRIDGE Rain Or Shine We Still Have Pork Available


 

West Valley Road Closed Due to Flooding

 


West Valley Road in Smethport Closed due to flooding

No Injuries In One Vehicle Crash On Oil Valley RD. In Otto TWP.


 

Investigation Ongoing For A Theft From A Motor Vehicle In Otto TWP.


 

PSP Lewis Run Are Seeking Information For Stolen Catalytic Converters In Otto TWP.


 

Lewis Run PSP Are Investigating Identity Theft In MT. Jewett Boro


 

Port Allegany Dispatched For Building Collapse

At 1:04 PM on Saturday, Port Allegany Fire Dept. has been dispatched to 1 Parklane Drive for a building collapse due to flooding. Report water washed out house foundation. All available personnel from Station 3 requested to scene.

DUI In Bradford City


 

Investigation Ongoing For Assault In Keating TWP.


 

Smethport Dispatched For Natural Gas Leak

 


At 1:02 PM on Saturday, Smethport Firefighters have been dispatched to 330 South Marvin Street for a natural gas leak.

This was determined to be cruse oil washed down from the hillside.

Emporium Woman Arrested For Dui Following A Two Vehicle Crash On N. Vine ST.


 

Route 6 Closed West of Smethport

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PennDOT Elk/McKean County Maintenance Work Schedule for the Week of July 19, 2021 – July 23, 2021

Ridgway/Mount Alton, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Elk/McKean County Maintenance announces the following work schedule for the week of July 19-July 23 weather permitting.  Motorists should travel with extra caution in these and all work areas. Motorists should be aware that due to the nature of highway maintenance and emergency work, crews could be working on any highway at any time of the day or night.

This work will be done in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and State Department of Health guidance as well as COVID-19 safety guidance, including protocols for social distancing, use of face coverings, personal and job-site cleaning protocols.

Elk County 0280
Shoulder Restoration:
    ● State Route:  3001 Belltown
    ● State Route:  3002 Hallton & Lolleta

Ditching:
    ● State Routes: Various Routes, County wide
    
Patching:
   ● State Routes: 1001 Glen Hazel 
   ● State Routes: Various Routes, County wide


McKean County 0250

Pipe Flushing, Tail Ditch Cleaning:
State Route: 46 Rew Hill area

Pipe Replacements:
State Route: 3009 Kushequa Avenue, Mt Jewett

Pothole Patching:
Various Routes, Countywide

Cleaning Inlets:
Various Routes, Countywide

Side Dozing:
State Routes: 6 Kane area; 219 Halsey area

Spray Patching:
State Route: 219 Bypass, Owens Way to Foster Brook, NB & SB Lanes

Sign Upgrades:
Various Routes, Countywide

Island Mowing:
Various State Route Intersections Countywide

Bridge Work (Box Culvert Installation):
State Route: 346, Duke Center area (Detour in place beginning 07/19/2021)


Work to be completed by Contractors:

Dents Run Bridge/SR-0555-P-23/Elk Co - Contractor: Wolyniec Construction Inc.
Start date 05/03/2021-09/20/21

ECMS 4354 - For the improvement of a certain section of STATE HIGHWAY in ELK COUNTY, BENEZETTE TOWNSHIP, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, STATE ROUTE 0555, SECTION P23. The project being situated as follows: On State Route 0555 from Segment 0380/Offset 0397 to Segment 0370/Offset 2721 in Elk County over Dents Run. For rehabilitation work of the structure including bridge superstructure replacement and repointing of abutment stone. Roadway includes Superpave Asphalt Mixture Designs for the base, binder, and wearing courses, pavement base drain, guide rail, pavement markings, and miscellaneous construction for a total construction length of approximately 800 linear feet (0.152 miles) as indicated on the approved drawings included in the bid package.

Next Week: NO NEW UPDATE
Contractor is scheduled to continue demolition of the existing bridge superstructure throughout the week. 
Traffic for SR-0555 will be controlled by temporary traffic signals, alternating East and West bound lanes across the temporary roadway. Traffic will be controlled in this manner until completion in the Fall.   
Drivers are reminded to watch for stopped vehicles and to obey the posted speed limits and construction signing. 
Work to be performed Monday through Friday during daylight hours and all operations and schedules are weather dependent.

Temporary Roadway/ SR949/A01-Elk Co. Contractor: Horizon Construction Group.  Start Date-04/19/2021-10/27/2021
Next week:
1. The contractor will perform installation of E&S Controls. Begin construction of Temporary Roadway
Motorists are advised to watch for slow moving and stopped vehicles through the entire work zone. 
     Motorists are advised to be cautious when traveling through the work zone and to
     Obey the posted speed limit.            

Maintenance of Existing Routes/SR 6, SR 3002 & SR 3003/McKean Co.
Contractor: IA Construction Co. Start Date: 05/24/21 – 09/30/21

ECMS 94693 - For the improvement of certain sections of STATE HIGHWAYS in McKean and Potter COUNTIES, VARIOUS TOWNSHIPS and BOROUGHS, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Group 2-21-ST5. For the improvement to 13 State Routes having a combined construction length of approximately 386,360 linear feet (73.2 miles), involving various combinations of milling, scratch and resurfacing, using various Superpave Asphalt Mixture Designs for binder and wearing courses, various pavement markings and legends, and miscellaneous construction as indicated on the approved drawings.
Next week:

Contractor will be working on SR3002 Wetmore Road. The contractor will be performing a 6” Dry Grind on the existing roadway in preparation for placing a 3” Central plant Mix.

Contractor may start 4” Dry Grind on SR3003 Burning Well Road.
Motorists are advised to watch for slow moving and stopped vehicles through the entire work zone.

Motorists are advised to be cautious when traveling through the work zone and to obey the posted speed limit.

Work to be performed Monday through Friday during daylight hours and all operations and schedules are weather dependent.

Roulette Dispatched to 2 Vehicle Crash on Fishing Creek Extension


At 12:30 PM on Saturday, Roulette Fire & EMS have been dispatched to North Street & Fishing Creek Extension for a 2 vehicle crash. Roulette chief reports one patient lying on the ground.

Celebration Of Life For Clyde Eck JR. July 24th


 

Harry J. Brock, Jr., 87, of 739 Maurus Street, St. Marys, PA.

Harry J. Brock, Jr.

Harry J. Brock, Jr., 87, of 739 Maurus Street, St. Marys, passed away peacefully in the presence of family on Thursday, July 15, 2021, at Penn Highlands Elk, following a brief illness.
 
Harry was born October 11, 1933, in St. Marys, the second of eight children of Harry and Edna (Fritz) Brock.  He attended Sacred Heart grade school and graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1951.  He worked for two years as a laboratory assistant at Stackpole Carbon Company in St. Marys before enlisting in the U.S. Navy in 1953.  

Two years later he entered the Naval Academy at Annapolis under an appointment from the Secretary of the Navy as a result of competitive examinations.  He graduated with a BS in Engineering and was commissioned as an officer with the rank of Ensign in 1959 – his proudest accomplishment.  While in the Navy, he served as supply officer on the USS Putnam Destroyer, Disbursement Officer at the U.S. Navy Propellant Plant in Indian Head, MD, did graduate studies at the Catholic University of America, attained Top Secret security clearance and achieved the rank of Lieutenant before leaving active duty in 1963. 
 
U.S. Navy Veteran

From 1963-1965 he was part of the Controller’s Staff of Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY.  Upon permanently resettling with his family in St. Marys in 1965, Harry began working for Airco Speer, and stayed with the company as it changed hands and became BOC’s Carbon/Graphite Division, and later the Carbide/Graphite (CG) Group.  He worked in data management, sales engineering, and sales management before retiring in 1995.
 
On December 26, 1959, at Queen of the World Church, St. Marys, he married Patricia Straub, who survives.  He has two sons: Fr. Herald (Harry) Joseph Brock, CFR, stationed in Paterson, NJ, and William Brock (Kate) of St. Marys; and two grandchildren: Hannah Brock of St. Marys, and William Brock of Washington, DC.  He is survived by all seven of his siblings: Joan Frati of Wilmington, DE; Ann McDermott of Ocean City, MD; John Brock of St. Marys; Stan Brock of Rocklin, CA; Jim Brock of South Park, PA; Terry Brock of Jeffersonton, VA; and Jude Brock of Woodland Park, CO.
 
Harry was a devout Catholic and an active member of the Sacred Heart Parish, where he served as a lector and headed the committee that oversaw the renovations of the church in 1999.  He was a 3rd degree member of the Knights of Columbus, and participated in the Christian Family Movement, Cursillo, and the Boy Scouts.  Harry was an avid fly fisherman, hunter and golfer, an enthusiastic sports fan, and a staunch Republican.  After retirement, Harry and Patty enjoyed traveling to different destinations in the US and abroad, and for many years wintered in Florida. 
 
Harry’s biography in the 1959 Naval Academy Lucky Bag Yearbook captured his personality in a way that still rings true to all who know and love him:
 
“Harry’s friendliness and his mature outlook on life caused people to respect his views on many subjects.  His quick sense of humor, combined with an uncanny knack for saying the right thing at the proper time, gained for him the respect of his colleagues.  His conscientious effort to do his best is indicative of his positive outlook on life.”

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the Sacred Heart Church on Monday, July 19, 2021, at 12:00 PM, with his son, Fr. Herald (Harry) Joseph Brock, CFR, and Fr. Michael Gabler, OSB, concelebrating.  

Full military rites will be accorded by the St. Marys Servicemen’s Burial Detail.  Burial will be in the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery.

Visitation is at the Lynch-Radkowski Funeral Home on Sunday, July 18, 2021, from 4:00 until 7:00 PM.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the Sacred Heart Church, 337 Center Street, St. Marys, PA  15857, or to the Franciscan Mission Outreach, P.O. Box 1086, Secaucus, NJ 07096. 

Online condolences may be offered at www.lynch-radkowski.com.

Richard P. Lenox, 89, of 119 Dagus Mines Road, Kersey, PA.

Richard P. Lenox

Richard P. Lenox, 89, of 119 Dagus Mines Road, Kersey, passed away Friday, July 16, 2021, at the Elk Haven Nursing Home, after a brief illness.

He was born September 19, 1931, in Jamestown, NY, son of the late Paul and Margaret Bradley Lenox.  Richard was a retired employee of St. Marys Carbon, retiring in 1992 after 36 years of service.

On May 17, 1958, in the St. Boniface Church, Richard married Ann Longhi, who survives.  He is also survived by his three sons: Thomas Lenox and his wife Jackie of Kersey; David Lenox of St. Marys; and Michael Lenox and his wife Gwyn of Kersey; six grandchildren: Laken, Jordan, Kristen, Cassidy, Colby, and Kyler Lenox; two great-granddaughters: Zoe Geyer and Isabella Lenox; and one brother, Ronald Lenox and his wife Pierina of Kersey; two sisters-in-law: Doris Lenox and Helen Lenox; and by numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Richard was preceded in death by a sister, Ardythe Merritt; and by a brother, Robert Lenox.

Richard was a member of the St. Boniface Church, as well as a charter member of the St. Boniface Church Knights of Columbus.  He enjoyed antiquing and gardening, and was an avid collector of Zippo lighters and Case knives.  Most of all, Richard loved spending time watching his grandchildren play in their sports.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the St. Boniface Church on Monday, July 19, 2021, at 10:00 AM, with the Rev. Ross Miceli, Pastor, officiating.  Burial will follow in the St. Boniface Cemetery.

Visitation is at the St. Boniface Church Gathering Space on Monday, July 19, 2021, from 8:30 until 9:30 AM.

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the St. Boniface Church, 355 Main Street, Kersey, PA  15846 or to a favorite charity.

The Lynch-Radkowski Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  Online condolences may be offered at www.lynch-radkowski.com.

Lois L. Johnson, 93, Coudersport, PA

 

Lois L Johnson

Lois L. Johnson passed away at UPMC Charles Cole Place in Coudersport on Thursday afternoon, July 15th.  She was 93,

She was born in Chicago, IL on April 21st, 1928, to William G. and Jennie Thor Larson.  She married Robert. H Johnson, in Chicago, in October 1952, who preceded her in death. To this union, they had 2 children that both survive. Jeffrey (Barb) Johnson of Sierra Vista, AZ, and Lisa Darrin, of Coudersport, PA. Also, surviving are 5 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.  

She graduated from North Park College, in Chicago, with an Associates of Arts degree.  Her marriage to Robert, brought her to western Pennsylvania, living in Ridgway, Coudersport, and Kane, where they raised their family.  Upon Robert’s retirement from Stackpole, they relocated back to Coudersport, to be closer to some of their grandchildren.  

Lois was an avid reader and was involved in the founding of the Friends Memorial Library in Kane, and she was an active patron of the Coudersport Library. She was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Coudersport, and she was one of the leaders of the Piecemakers Quilting Circle, and helped send many quilts to the needy around the world. She enjoyed birdwatching, especially hummingbirds.  Cats, baking and cooking were hobbies, as well. Her pies were well-known and loved by many.  She was proud of her Swedish Heritage, and enjoyed making many Swedish foods.

At this time, no memorial service is planned. She will be cremated.  

The family requests that memorials can be sent to the Coudersport Library in Coudersport, PA, UPMC Cole Place Activities Fund, or St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, also in Coudersport. 

Lois’s arrangements have been entrusted to the Thomas Fickinger Funeral Home 210 North East Street Coudersport, PA 16915.  To share a memory or condolence with her family visit www.thomasfickinger.com.

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Mary Lou Silvis, 56, Port Allegany, PA

Mary Lou Silvis
PORT ALLEGANY- On Wednesday (July 14, 2021) after a brief illness. Mary “Mim” Lou Silvis entered the glorious kingdom of our Lord. 

We danced on January 21, 1965, the day she entered this life as the daughter of Raymond G. Silvis and Nancy J. (Timblin) Gadley. Today her family and friends weep as we say our final farewells here on this earth.       

Her love lives on in her lifelong companion of 28 years Brian D. Neal, her two sons Trevor R. (Kris-Ann) Neal, Trent D. Neal; her stepchildren, Brian D. (Carla) Neal, Jr., Carra G. (Craig Neely) Neal, Brandon R. (Amber Taylor) Neal, Karissa A. (Todd Nichols) Neal; her grandchildren, the loves of her life: RayAnna, Kohen,  Brandon Jr., Aubrey, Amora, Kaidence, Addison,  & Anna Neal, Carson and Cyerrah Neely, Tricelynn Taylor, Kaymen Nichols, Eliza and Olivia Milliron; her sisters Sonja (Gary) Zacherl , Sally Himes, Peggy (Bruce) Fuller, Lisa ( Randy) Martin;    her brothers Harold (Kathy) Silvis Timothy (Starr) Silvis, her brothers-in-law Robert Neal, Jack Shaw, Justin Shaw; and sister-in-law Leslie (Steven Caskey) Neal. Those also heavy in heart are her numerous nieces and nephews.    

She is now enjoying the most beautiful reunion with her parents, stepfather John Gadley, brother James Silvis, sister Kelly Kinner, brothers-in-law, Junius (Butt) Himes and Shawn Neal, sister-in-law, Lori Roller, and her beloved nephews Sam and Stevie.      

There will be no viewing, but a celebration of Mim's life will be held Saturday (July 24, 2021) from 12-4 p.m. at Hazel Hurst Park. 

Memorial donations may be made to the Humane Society (SPCA) of McKean County (Bradford, PA).     

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Switzer Funeral Home, Port Allegany.

     Condolences can be sent to:      Brian D. Neal
                                                          119 E. Mill St.
                                                          Port Allegany, PA 16743

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Weekend Events in the Area

 

7-15-25 Chain Saw Carving, Austin Dam

7-15-25 Chain Saw Carving, Austin Dam

7-16/17/18 Chapman State Park Programs

7-16/17/18 Chapman State Park Programs

7-17 Redmond's Pork BBQ In Roulette

7-17 Redmond's Pork BBQ In Roulette

7-17 Drawing For The First Annual Veterans Classic Raffle

7-17 Drawing For The First Annual Veterans Classic Raffle

7-17 Potter County Veterans Chicken And Rib BBQ

7-17 Potter County Veterans Chicken And Rib BBQ

7-17 Jamboree At The Coudersport Arboretum

7-17 Jamboree At The Coudersport Arboretum

7-17 Kinzua Bridge State Park Events

7-17 Kinzua Bridge State Park Events

7-18 St. Eulalia's Brunch

7-18 St. Eulalia's Brunch

7-18 Elk State Park Event

7-18 Elk State Park Event

7-18 Kane Golf Outing

7-18 Kane Golf Outing

7-18/19/20/21 VBS at Roulette Baptist Church