Local news Saturday, April 21, 2001
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Loren L. Day
Loren L. Day, 218 Latonka Drive, Mercer, formerly of Canonsburg, Pa., died at 8:36 p.m. Tuesday (4-17-01) in Yuma (Ariz.) Regional Medical Center. He was 68.
Obituary information was incomplete.
Donald Daniel Bono
Farrell native had daughter living in Hubbard
BOARDMAN, Ohio -- Donald Daniel Bono, 5665 South Ave., Boardman, died at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday (4-18-01) in St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown. He was 77.
Mr. Bono was born May 11, 1923, in Farrell to Anthony and Dolorato Vivolo Bono.
He retired from Aeroquip Republic Rubber and formerly was a welder with Commercial Intertech Corp., both Youngstown.
Mr. Bono formerly belonged to St. Patrick's Church, Youngstown. He enjoyed dancing and music.
His wife, the former Mary Prologo, whom he married April 29, 1945, died Oct. 16, 1981.
Surviving are: two sons, Robert Bono and Tony Bono, both in California; three daughters, Donna Maines, Warren, Ohio; Beverly Norris, Hubbard; and Debra Crespo, Austintown, Ohio; two stepsons, John Rokus, in Michigan; and Pat Rokus, in Oregon; a sister, Madeline Bono, Youngstown; 14 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Rocco and Samuel; four sisters, Anna Buseo, Mary Chieffo, Lucy Divincenzo and Lillian Gagliardi; and two grandsons.
Obituary remains incomplete.
Pauline Snyder Quillin
Was teacher in Fredonia, Jamestown high schools
Pauline Snyder Quillin, 6 Country Club Lane, Hempfield Township, died at 10:12 p.m. Thursday (4-19-01) in UPMC Horizon, Greenville. She was 98.
Mrs. Quillin was born June 19, 1902, in Sulpher Springs, Ohio, to Henry Clay and Clara Edith McKeehen Snyder.
An Ohio State University graduate, she was a general and vocational home economics teacher in the Fredonia and Jamestown high schools for many years. She was also a dietitian at Thiel College, Greenville.
She was past president of both Midwestern Pennsylvania Home Economics Association and Mercer County Education Association and was a former treasurer of Pennsylvania State Home Economics Association.
Mrs. Quillin was a life member of National and Pennsylvania education associations and Pennsylvania Home Economics Association and an honorary member of Pennsylvania State Future Homemakers of America.
Mrs. Quillin was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Greenville.
She was past president of Thiel College Women's Club and of Mercer County Federation of Woman's Clubs. She was a member of the board of directors of American Lung Association of Western Pennsylvania and a charter member of the board of directors of the former Mercer County Health and Tuberculosis Society. She was a member of the former Greenville Hospital Auxiliary and an honorary life member of Greenville Country Club.
Her husband, Dr. Paul Quillin, whom she married May 8, 1930, died Sept. 4, 1981.
Surviving are: a stepdaughter-in-law, Ann Quillin, Martinezville, Ga.; and three grandchildren, Susan Quillin, Pacifica, Calif.; Paul Seaton, Baltimore; and Lee Blackledge, Augusta, Ga.
Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents and a son, Herbert D. Quillin.
Memorial contributions may be made to American Lung Association of Northwest Pennsylvania, 352 W. Eighth St., Erie 16502-1498.
Jane McCullough Longmore
Jane McCullough Longmore, 26 Gasper Road, Pine Township, died at 5:10 p.m. Friday (4-20-01) in United Community Hospital, Pine Township. She was 75.
Obituary information was incomplete.
MaryAnn E. Seelbaugh
Was nurse aide 26 years for United Community
MaryAnn E. Seelbaugh, 1175 Barkeyville Road, Pine Township, passed away at 4:40 a.m. Thursday (4-19-01) in United Community Hospital, Pine Township, after a brief illness. She was 62.
Mrs. Seelbaugh was born March 30, 1939, in Karns City, Butler County, to Richard J. and Edith G. McElravy Mahood.
She married Raymond H. Seelbaugh on June 28, 1959. He survives.
Mrs. Seelbaugh retired in 1996 after 26 years as a nurse aide at United Community Hospital.
She was a Protestant and enjoyed playing bingo.
Surviving besides her husband are: four children, Mrs. David (Joyce A.) Campbell and Paula J. Adams, both Grove City; Scott A. Seelbaugh, and his wife Karen M., Mercer; and Mrs. John (Wendy R.) Fisher, Sharon; three brothers, Joe Mahood, Karns City; and Ed and Ron Mahood, both Clintonville; a sister, Mrs. Edwin (Thelma) Sowers, Grove City; and eight grandchildren.
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