Greene County Obits, E
Greene County Obits, E
Compliments of Laura Nelle Poland Mallett
Albert John "Red" Eagon, 64, of 144 1/2 E. Greene St., Waynesburg
died suddenly at 10 a.m. Tuesday, September 1, 1964, at his home of a coronary
He was born June 13, 1900 at Rogersville to the late Jesse R. and Rebecca
Mr. Eagon was a retired bartender who had been employed at the old Walton
House and more recently at Jimmie's Lunch. He resided in Rogersville
most of his life and spent the last few years in Waynesburg. He was a member
of the Rogersville Christian Church and the Loyal Order of Moose, 461
His widow, Mrs. Mildred Cox Eagon, survives. They were married August 3,
1932. Also surviving are one son, John of Couina, Calif.; one daughter,
Mrs. Alfred "Margaret Jean" Maryanski of Washington RD 3; three grandchildren;
one brother, Allen B. of Pittsburgh and three sisters, Mrs. Cassie Flack
and Mrs. Artie Barb, both of Taylorstown and Mrs. Margaret Russell of
Houston, Tex. Four sisters and two brothers are deceased.
Elizabeth Eakin, 80, of Pine Bank, R. D., (Jollytown), died unexpectedly at
noon Sunday, January 10, 1971.
She was born July 24, 1891, a daughter of Jacob 0. and Dora Clovis McNeely.
Her husband, Robert F. Eakin, died in 1964. Mrs. Eakin was a graduate of
Fairmont College, Fairmont, W. Va., and had taught school for several years
following her graduation, She had lived at Jollytown since teaching
school and was a member of the Jollytown United Methodist Church,
WSCS of the church, and the Pythian Sisters of Pine Bank.
Surviving are one son; Robert F. Eakin. Jr., of Sandusky, Ohio; four
daughters: Mary, wife of Randolph Cole, of Canton, Ohio; Ruth, wife of Bryson
Harvey, of Aliquippa; Alta, wife: of Ralph Huffman, of Valencia, and Martha,
wife of Arthur R. Patterson, of Jollytown; 11 grandchildren and seven great
grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Alta Huffman, of Fairmont W. Va., and one
brother, Dr. Owen - McNeely, of Rivesville. Two sisters are deceased.
Funeral services were held Wednesday with burial in Eakin Cemetery.
Robert F. Eakin, 77, of Jollytown, died at 1:30 a. m. Monday, December 1,
1964, in his residence. He was born August 12, 1887, in Jollytown, a
son of the late Pierce and Martha Finnelle Eakin.
He attended Ohio Northern University, two years at West Virginia University
and one year at the University of Pittsburgh. He was a well-known farmer
and stock raiser in Gilmore Township nearly all his life. For many years
he was overseer of the Eakin Cemetery. He was a member of t h e Jollytown
Methodist Church, where he was a trustee for 45 years, a member of Hoovers
Run Grange and of the Knights of Pythias.
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth McNeely, one son, Robert F. Eakin,
Jr., of Taylor, Mich.; four daughters; Mary, wife of Randolph Cole, of
Beach City, Ohio; Ruth, wife of Bryson Harvey, of Aliquippa; Alta, wife
of Ralph Huffman, of Gibsonia; and Martha, wife of Arthur L. Patterson,
of Jollytown. Also surviving are the following grandchildren: Mary Katherine
Eakin Glass, Thomas L. Cole James Harvey, Charles Harvey, Mary Louise Harvey,
Betty Ruth Davis Clayton, Randy Patterson, Patricia Patterson, Kathy Patterson,
William Patterson and Jody Patterson. One brother and one sister are deceased.
Michael Delbert Eddy, Sr., of Brave, died at 3:45 a.m., August 3 in the
Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown. He was seriously ill for the past
He was born December 3, 1907 at Wayne Township, the son of the late John
William and Louise Wade Eddy. He was a member of St. George Episcopal
Church, Waynesburg. He was married to Catherine Meighen Eddy April 18,
1931, who survives.
He is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. Frank "Lucille" Van Cleve of
Waynesburg, Patricia Eddy Phillips of Pittsburgh and Louises Jane Eddy
Syne of Plentywood, Mont.; one son, Michael Delbert Eddy, Jr., of Washington;
10 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Haney of Fairmont, W. Va., and Mrs.
Eber "Phyllis" Steffee of Washington. One son Bernard Lee and one sister
are deceased. All his life was spent in the Brave community. He was a charter
member and trustee of Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Co., Waynesburg
Loyal Order of the Moose 461; for several years he was Democrat Committeeman
in Wayne Township; for several years employed as millwright on construction
in Tri-State Area; and was a member of Millright Local 1369, Morgantown.
Brave - Michael Delbert Eddy Sr., Brave died at 3:45 A. M. , Aug. 3, in
the Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown. He was seriously ill for the
past few days.
He was born Dec. 3, 1907 at Wayne Township, the son of the late John William
and Louisa Wade Eddy.
He was a member of thr St. George Episcopal Church, Waynesburg.
He was married to Catherine Meighen Eddy April 18, 1931, who survives.
He is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. Frank "Lucille" Van Cleve of
Waynesburg, Patricia Eddy Phillips of Pittsburgh and Louisa Jane Eddy Syme
of Plentywood, Mont., one son, Michael Delbert Eddy, Jr., of Washington;
10 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Haney of Fairmont, W. Va., and Mrs.
Eber "Phyllis" Steffee of Washington.
One son Bernard Lee and one sister are deceased.
All of his life was spent in the Brave community.
He was a chartered member and trustee of Wayne Township Volunteer Fire
Co.: Waynesburg Loyal Order of the Moose 461; for several years he was Democrat
Committeeman in Wayne Township; for several years employed as millwright
on construction in Tri-State Area; and was a member of Millright Local 1369,
Friends of the family of Michael Delbert Eddy Sr., 70, Brave, who died
August 3, are being received from 1-9 Friday at the Mariner and Milliken
Funeral Home where services will be held at 11 A. M. Saturday, Aug. 5 with
Rev. David Stains officiating. Burial will be in the Greene County
Samuel S. Eddy, aged 89 years, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W.A.
Rogers, near Brave, early last "Wednesday" evening, Oct. 31, 1945 about
5:30 o'clock. His death followed a lingering illness.
A well known farmer and stock raiser, Mr. Eddy was born in Wayne Township,
on Sept. 12, 1856. He was a son of John and Elizabeth Kughn Eddy,
deceased, and was the last of his family.
He is survived by his wife, Sidona Maple Eddy, two sons, John, of Louisville,
Ky., and Charles, of Pittsburgh, and a daughter, Mrs. W.A. Rogers, of
Pine Bank, RD 1, at whose home he died. One daughter is deceased. He
also leaves 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements for Samuel S. Eddy of near Brave, who died Wednesday,
Oct. 31, 1945 are incomplete. Friends will be received at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Rogers of Pine Bank, RD 1, after 7 P.M. today
"Thursday" George I. Church is the funeral director.
Thompson Reuben "Buckshoe" Edgar, 52, of Waynesburg, RD 5, died at the
home of Roy Tustin, Waynesburg, RD 4, from a heart attack, Wednesday,
March 26, 1947. He had been ill for the past four months.
He was born April 18, 1895, in Wayne Township, a son of the late James
Edgar and Emma Yeager Edgar, who survives. He spent most of his life in
Surviving besides his mother, is a son and daughter, Neil Edgar, of Burton,
W.Va., and Mrs. Pansy Six, Pine Bank. Surviving brothers and sisters
include Mrs. Mary Hennen, Waynesburg, RD 5, Mrs. Cecil Wade, Mt. Morris,
Belle Edgar, Blacksville, W.Va., Mrs. Celestin Blouir, Pine Bank, Mrs.
May Moore and Mrs. Opal Parshall, Pine Bank, Mrs. Iva Hixenbaugh,
Cassville, W.Va., Earl Edgar, Waynesburg, RD 5, and Mrs. Gay Phillips,
Charles J. Eisiminger, 54, Waynesburg RD 3, died at 11:15 P.M. Tuesday, June
14, 1983, in Greene County Memorial hospital following a heart attach.
He was born August 9, 1928, in Franklin Township, a son of the late George W.
and Elsie Bump Eisiminger. He had resided all his life in the Waynesburg
He graduated from Waynesburg High School in 1946 and served in the U.S. army
during the Korean Conflict. He was employed by the Pennsylvania Department
of Transportation and was a member of the Fairall United Methodist
Church and Waynesburg Moose Lodge 461.
Surviving are his wife, Jane Cummins Eisiminger, whom he married February 27,
1953,; a daughter, Kim, and two sons, Pat and Chris, all at home, and his
stepmother, Iola Eisiminger of Waynesburg, R.D. #3.
Friends of Charles J. Eisiminger of Waynesburg, R.D. 3, who died Tuesday,
June 14, 1983, will be received from 7 to 9 P.M. Thursday and from 2 to 4 and
7 to 9 P.M. Friday in the Glise E. Mariner and Samuel A. Milliken Funeral
Home, Waynesburg, where services will be conducted at 11 A.M. Saturday, June
18, by the Rev. Kathy K. Higgins. Interment in Fairall Cemetery. The family
suggest memorial contributions to the Greene County Chapter, American Heart
Charles W. Eisiminger, 64, of Waynesburg, R.D.3, died at 4:30 P.M. Tuesday,
January 24, 1967, in his residence of a coronary occlusion. He had not been
in the best of health for the past several months and had been seriously ill
for the past several days.
He was born March 27, 1902, in Whiteley Township, a son of Jesse L. and
Josephine Strosnider Eisiminger, He had spent all of his life in the Fairall
He was affiliated with the Methodist Church, and was a well known farmer and
Surviving are his wife, Agnes Cowel Eisiminger, whom he married April 9,
1943,; one son, Harold L. Eisiminger, at home; one sister, Mrs. Crawford
(Carrie) Zimmerman, of Waynesburg, R.D.3; two brothers, John Eisiminger, of
Waynesburg, RD 4, and Lazear Eisiminger, of Waynesburg, R.D. 3; and several
nieces and nephews.
Three brothers and two sisters are deceased.
George W. Eisiminger, 66 years, of Waynesburg, RD 3, died Wednesday,
October 26, 1960, in Greene County Memorial Hospital.
He was a son of Jesse L. and Josephine Strosnider Eisiminger, and was
born January 28, 1894, in Whiteley Township. His first wife, Elsie Bump
Eisiminger, died March 16, 1941. His second wife, was Iola McCracken.
Mr. Eisiminger was a well known Greene County farmer and stock raiser and
a lifelong resident of Whiteley and Franklin Townships. He was a member of
Fairall Methodist Church, and a trustee of the church and the Fairall
Cemetery Company. Surviving are his wife; one son, Charles Joseph of
Waynesburg RD 3; two grandchildren, Patrick and Kimberly; three brothers,
John of Waynesburg RD 5; Lazear of Waynesburg RD 3, and Charles of Waynesburg
RD 3; and one sister, Mrs. Crawford Zimmerman of Waynesburg RD 3.
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock in the Weaver Funeral
Home, conducted by Rev. Herman David. Interment in Fairall Cemetery.
Jesse Lazear Eisiminger, 70, of Waynesburg, R.d.3 (Whiteley
Township), one of Greene County's most widely known breeders of purebread
beef cattle, died in his home at 9:30 p.m. Sunday, March 21, 1971. He
had been in failing health for two years, and seriously ill for the past
A son of the late Jesse and Elizabeth Strosnider Eisimnger, he was born
August 26, 1900, in Whiteley Township, where he resided most of his life. for
a few years as a young man, he had been employed at the famed Falklands Farm,
His wife, Helen Walker Eisiminger, died April 11, 1969.
Mr. Eisiminger, who bred Shorthorn cattle, had been one of the mainstays
of the livestock department at the annual Greene County Fair.
He began showing cattle as a young boy and since 1926 had shown as a
team with his neighbor and close friend, Charles C. Cummins. The two men had
also had charge of the beef cattle department at the fair since 1937, with
Mr. Cummins serving as superintendent and Mr. Eisiminger as his deputy.
Since 1957, they had also combined their herds to show at the State Farm
Show at Harrisburg, winning over the years a number of ribbons including on
one occasion the rosette for the grand champion bull.
In addition to his interest in the county fair, Mr. Eisiminger had been
active in Shorthorn breeding associations and other livestock organizations
in the county. He was a member of the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist
Surviving are a son, Bradley Eisiminger, of Waynesburg, R. D. 3, a grandson,
Bret Eisiminger; a brother, John of Carmichaels, R.D. 1, and a sister, Mrs.
Crawford (Carrie) Zimmerman, of Waynesburg, R. D. 3.
Three brothers and two sisters are deceased.
Funeral services were held Wednesday with burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.
Lorena E. Eisiminger, 85, of Waynesburg, R.D. 2, died at 9 A.M. Monday,
November 12, 1990, in Greene County Memorial Hospital.
She was born August 29, 1905, in Waynesburg, a daughter of A. J. and Nora
A lifelong resident of Waynesburg, Mrs. Eisiminger worked as a licensed
practical nurse for 20 years at Greene County Memorial Hospital, retiring in
She was a member of Rogersville Methodist Church, Wayne Council 124 Daughters
of America and was past president of the Waynesburg VFW auxiliary.
Her husband, Clyde Eisiminger died March 31, 1947.
Surviving are two sons, Jack P. Eisiminger and Thomas A. Eisiminger,
both of Waynesburg; two daughters, Mrs. Jobe "Betty" Grimm of Waynesburg
and Mrs. Jack "Dorothy" Swan of East Liverpool, Ohio; 11 grandchildren;
20 great grandchildren; and seven great-great grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter,
Marilee Cummins; two sisters, Bessie Lewis and Mary Zoric; one grandchild;
and four great grandchildren.
Owen Jesse Eisiminger, 53, of Waynesburg, RD 3, died suddenly at 1 P.M.
Sunday, November 20, 1966, at his home.
He was born February 4, 1913, in Whiteley Township to the late Thomas B. and
Ella Fox Eisiminger. All of his life was spent i the Waynesburg area.
For the past 27 years, he had been employed by the South Penn Telephone Co.
He was a World War II veteran having served in Japan with the U.S. Army. He
was a member of James Farrell Post 330, American Legion and the Waynesburg
Surviving are his wife, Edna Phillips Eisiminger; a daughter Mrs. Rozella
Shultz of Waynesburg, two sons, John D. of Plainville, Kansas and Donald L.
of Waynesburg and six grandchildren.
He was the last of his immediate family, three brothers are deceased. He was
affiliated withe the Methodist church.
John B. Eisiminger, 75, of Waynesburg, RD 5, died at 8:05 A.M. Sunday,
July 11, 1971, in Greene County Memorial Hospital. He had not been in
the good health recently but was seriously ill only the past few days.
He was born in Whiteley Township, June 1, 1896, a son of Jesse and Josephine
All of his life was spent in the Waynesburg area and he was a member of the
MT. Pleasant Methodist Church. Mr. Eisiminger was a veteran of World War I,
having served in the U.S. Army. He was engaged mainly in the farming
His wife, the late Marie Bitek, died on August 25, 1970.
Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Carrie Zimmerman, of Waynesburg, R.D. 3, and
several nieces and nephews.
Two sisters and five brothers preceded him in death.
Services were held Wednesday with burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.
Obituary of Marie Bitek Eisiminger
Mrs. Marie Eisiminger, 75, of Carmichaels, R.D. 1, near Khedive,
died at 11 A.M. Wednesday, August 26, 1970, in Washington Manor Nursing Home,
Washington. She had been in failing health for several months.
She was born March 19, 1895, in Bohemia, a daughter of Joseph E. and Margaret
Bitek. Her husband, John B. Eisiminger, survives. They would have
celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in December.
Mrs. Eisiminger came to this country when she was 11 years old, and was
reared by Augusta and Anna Lamb, of Pittsburgh. She resided most of her
married life in Greene County, and was a member of the Fairall United
In addition to her husband, one nephew survives. He is Joseph McQuestern,
of West Chester, Ohio.
Thomas A. Eisiminger, 69, of Waynesburg, RD 3, died at 6:45 A.M. Monday,
October 24, 1994, in his home, apparently of a heart attack. Although
he was in poor health, his death was unexpected.
Mr. Eisiminger was born October 11, 1925, in Whiteley Township, Greene
County, a son of Clyde and Lorena Ferguson Eisiminger.
Mr. Eisiminger was a graduate of Waynesburg High School.
He was a retired engineer and had worked for 42 years with ALLTEL, Inc.,
formerly Mid-Continent and South Penn Telephone Co.,
He Served in the US Army during World War II.
Mr. Eisiminger was Protestant.
He was a member of James T. Farrell American Legon Post 330, Waynesburg
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4793, Waynesburg Eagles Club Aerie 598 and
Pennsylvania National Guard, Company K.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth Wright Eisiminger, whom he married March
11, 1949; two sons, Ralph (Tink) Eisiminger of Ruff Creek and Jerry
Eisiminger of Waynesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Wendy K.) Dobbins of
Carmichaels; four grandchildren, Heather Eisiminger, Christin Eisiminger,
Travis Eisiminger and Drew Eisiminger; a brother, Jack P. Eisiminger of
Waynesburg; and two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Betty) Grimm of Waynesburg
and Mrs. Jack (Dorothy) Swan of East Liverpool, Ohio.
A sister, Marilee Cummins, is deceased.
Arrangements are under the direction of Behm Funeral Home, in Waynesburg.
Oak Forest- Effie Patterson Ely, 96 died at 4 P M. yesterday at the Methodist
Home on Bower Hill Road in Pittsburgh.
Born March 11, 1880, at Oak Forest, the daughter of the late Caleb and
Elizabeth Patterson Ely, she had resided in Oak Forest since 1963. She
was a teacher in Greene Co. schools for a few years in her early life and
she later graduated from a nursing school in Chicago, Ill. She did post
graduate work in Detroit, Michigan.
She was also a graduate of Garrett Theological Seminary as a deaconess
nurse and worked in Great Falls, Montana and later at Ossining, New York.
After her retirement, she returned to Oak Forest where she was a member of
Oak Forest Methodist Church. She resided in Waynesburg with her sister,
Mrs. Hiram Hoge for several years before moving to the Methodist Home.
She was the last member of her family.
She was preceded by two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Hoge and Mrs. Mary Orndoff
and four brothers, James, George, Pat and Robert Ely are deceased.
She is survived by 17 nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are
incomplete and in charge of the Sampson Funeral Home in Oakmont.
Services will be held at the Washington Street United Methodist Church.
Miss Ada V. Evans, 87, died Wednesday night at the Fazio Convalescent
She was born on April 6, 1888 in Jackson Township, the daughter of the late
John and Della Hughes Evans.
She spent the last eight years in the convalescent home, 33 years in
Waynesburg and her early life in western Greene County.
She was a member of the Mt. Zion Methodist Church and president of the
WSCS of the Church for 25 years.
She was also a member of Emerald Chapter 135, Order of the Eastern
She is the last of her family, preceded in death by one sister, Margaret
Thomas and four brothers, Ross, Harvey, Kenneth B. and Oscar Evans.
She is survived by eight nieces and one nephew.
Friends of Ada V. Evans of Waynesburg, who died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1975,
will be received from 2 to 4 P. M. and 7 to 9 P.M. Friday and 10 A. M. to
1:30 P.M., the hour of service, Saturday, Oct. 25, 1975 in Garrison
Funeral Home, Waynesburg with the Rev. Ralph Brownfield officiating.
Burial in Rosemont Cemtery, Rogersville.
Cora F. Evans, 78, of Pine Bank RD 2, Bluff, died at Greene County
Memorial Hospital following a lingering illness.
She was born July 10, 1887 in Jackson Township, the daughter of the late
Truman T. and Matilda Main Henderson. She was married to J. Oscar Evans,
who survives. She had spent all of her life in Jackson Township.
She was a member of the Mt. Zion Methodist Church, the WSCS of the church
and the Pythias Sisters, Pine Bank Temple.
Surviving in addition to her husband are two daughters, Adaline, wife of M.M.
Stephenson of Waynesburg and Wilma "Billie" wife of W. Richard Hathaway
of Carmichaels; one granddaughter, Carolyn Hathaway Boronsky of Ithica,
N.Y.; one grandson, Robert Oscar Hathaway of Carmichaels; two great-gran-
ddaughters, Barbara and Beverly Boronsky; two sisters, Mrs. William
"Leota" Gallantine of Ferndale, Mich. and Mrs. Clyde "Ethel" Vance of
Orchard Lake, Mich.; two brothers, John Henderson of Greensboro Star Route
and Lindsey Henderson of Pine Bank. Three brothers and one sister are
Friends of Cora F. Evans of Pine Bank who died Sunday, March 27, 1966, and
being received at the Robert L. Lantz Funeral Home, Rogersville, where
services will be held at 2:30 P.M. Wed., with Rev. Joseph Bailey in charge.
Burial in Greene County Memorial Park. Pythian Sisters of the Pine Bank
Temple will hold memorial services in the funeral home at 8 P.M. Tuesday.
Charles Evans, eldest son of Samuel and Lucinda Parson Evans, died at a
hospital in David City, Neb., 9-7-1905 of TB.
He was born in Aleppo Township, 10-2-1876.
He was married 8 years ago to Miss Della Sowers, of Brainerd, Neb., niece
of the late A. J. Sowers, of Waynesburg. Moved to Wicker, Okla.
Survivors: wife, three sons; 2 brothers, Roy and Jesse Evans; sister Mrs.
J. Oscar Evans, 89, of Carmichaels and formerly of Bluff, died Wednesday,
March 12, 1975 at 10:05 a.m. at Greene County Memorial Hospital.
He was born July 5, 1885 at Jackson Township, the son of the late John
L. and Della Hughes Evans. He was married to Cora Henderson, who died March
27, 1966. He is preceded in death by three brothers, Harvey, Ross and
Kenneth B. Evans, and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Thomas.
He is survived by two daughters; Mrs. M.M. "Adeline" Stephenson, of Waynesburg
and Mrs. W. Richard "Wilma" Hathaway of Carmichaels; one sister, Miss Ada
Evans of Markleysburg; one grandson, Robert Oscar Hathaway of Carmichaels;
one granddaughter, Carolyn Hathaway Boronsky, of Ithaca, N.Y., and two great
-grandchildren, Barbara and Beverely Boronsky, both of Ithaca.
He was employed during his early life as a mail carrier on the route from
Waynesburg to New Freeport, and was later employed as a tool dresser and
served as road supervisor in Jackson Township for 16 years.
He attended Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Pine
Bank Knights of Pythias Lodge 296 and the Warrior Trail Association.
Friends of J. Oscar Evans died Wed., March 12, 1975 are being received
in the Robert L. Lantz Funeral Home, Rogersville on Thursday from 7-9 P.M.
and on Friday from 2-4 P.M. and 7-9 P.M.; where services will be held on
Saturday at 2 P.M. with the Rev. Bernard L. Shey officiating. Burial
will follow at Greene County Memorial Cemetery.
Mrs. Judie Evans, 67, of Kuhntown, died at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 16, 1952
in the Greene County Memorial Hospital. Death followed a brief illness.
A daughter of the late Jerry and Jennie Chapman Murphy, Mrs. Evans was
born in Wetzel County, W.Va., on Nov. 12, 1884. She resided most of her life
in Greene County and was a member of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church at
Rock Camp, W.Va.
Mrs. Evans was twice married. Her first husband, John Glover, preceded
her in death 30 years ago. Her second husband, Perry Evans, has been dead
Surviving children to her first marriage are as follows; Mrs. Ellen
Cumberledge of Washington, Harlis E. Glover of Lake Milton, Ohio, Mrs.
Ethel Bailey of Aliquippa, Mrs. Mary Cummings of Pine Bank RD, James D.
Glover of Waynesburg RD 4, and John W. Glover of Holbrook RD.
Three children by her first marriage preceded her in death.
Surviving children born to her second husband are Miss Opal Evans of
Kuhntown and Benjamin F. Evans, serving with the Army in the Phillippines.
Also surviving are 18 grandchildren and one brother, William Danes of
Funeral services for Mrs. Judie Evans of Kuhntown, who died Sunday,
March 18, 1952, will be held in the Kuhntown Methodist Church at 2 P.M.
Wednesday, March 19, with the Rev. Jack Miller of Brave officiating.
Burial will be in the Fordyce Cemetery at Hargus Creek. Friends will be
received at the Church Funeral Home, 197 North Maiden Street, Waynesburg,
until noon Wednesday.
Kenneth B. Evans, 65, of Towne House Apartments, Harrisburg, formerly
of Greene County, died Sunday morning, January 6, 1974 at the Holy Spirit
Hospital at Camp Hill following a brief illness.
He was born July 19, 1908 at Jackson Township, Greene County a son of
the late John and Della Hughes Evans. His wife Margaret Morris Evans,
Surviving in addition to his wife is a daughter, Mrs. Ward C. Newman of
Colton, California, a sister Miss Ada Evans of Markleysburg, Pa., and
a brother J. Oscar of Carmichaels.
At the time of his death he was Chief of Subsidies, Controller's Office
Department of Education at Harrisburg. He was a graduate of Waynesburg
College where he was a member of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity and he
later recieved his masters degree in education from the University
of Pittsburgh. For many years he was a teacher and principal in the Center
Township schools and for some time acted as supervising principal
of the West Greene School District. For several years he was assistant
county superintendent of schools.
He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 153
of Waynesburg, and was a Thirty-second degree Mason. He was a member of
the Pittsburgh Consistory and the Syria Shrine of Pittsburgh. He was also
a member of the Cumberland County Shrine Club and past president of the
West Greene Area Lions Club.
Friends of Kenneth B. Evans of the Towne House Apartments, Harrisburg,
formerly of Greene County who died Sunday Jan. 6, 1974 are being received
from 2 P.M. to 9 P.M. Wednesday in the William Garrison Funeral Home, High
Street, Waynesburg where funeral services will be held at 2 P. M. Thursday
with Rev. J. W. Lofgren officiating. Burial will follow in Rosemont
In Memory of
Charles J. Eisiminger
Late Residence - R. D. 3, Waynesburg, Pa.
Date of Birth: August 9, 1928
Date of Death: June 14, 1983
Funeral Services from: Glise E. Mariner and Samuel A. Miliken Funeral Home,
Waynesburg, Pa.; Saturday, June 18, 1983 - 11:00 a.m.
Officiating Clergy: Rev. Kathy K. Higgins
Interment: Fairall Cemetery
Surviving are his wife, Jane Cummins Eisiminger, whom he married
February 27, 1953; a daughter, Kim, and two sons, Pat and Chris, all at
home, and his stepmother, Iola Eisiminger of Waynesburg, R.D. 3.
Active Pallbearers: Garry Bedillion, Clarence Wise, Scot Stephenson,
Jack Atkinson, Jim Stephenson, WilliamDeBolt
Honory Pallbearers: Lynne Core, Gene Core, Joe Ponzoo, Paul Stephenson,
Willis Walters, Bill Davis
We are just a pair of helping hands!!
For D of Greene County, Pa. Obits For F of Greene County, Pa. Obits
Greene County Link Page