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Richard Earl Fell
S. Py man enjoyed
spending time at camp
Richard Earl Fell, 6820 Orangeville Road, South Pymatuning Township, died at 12:40 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 24, 2002, in his residence of cancer. He was 58.
Mr. Fell was born Oct. 6, 1944, in Sharon to Merle E. Fell and Jean Burns Fell.
He was employed by Johnson Industries in South Pymatuning Township for 40 years as a supervisor and truck driver.
He attended Orangeville United Methodist Church.
Mr. Fell enjoyed going to his hunting camp in Tionesta, as well as flower and vegetable gardening, fishing and birdwatching.
His wife, the former Elouise Sweigert, whom he married on Nov. 7, 1964, survives at the residence.
Also surviving are: one daughter, Vicki L. Wilt and her husband Robert R., Sharpsville; one son, Richard E. Fell and his wife Cynthia, also Sharpsville; his stepmother, Lucille Fell, Hubbard; his stepfather, Donald Pears, Los Fresno, Texas; one sister, Merlyn
Richards, Kinsman, Ohio; two brothers, Lyle Fell, Burghill, Ohio; and Dale Fell, Brookfield; one stepbrother, Paul Foster, Austintown, Ohio; one half-brother, Merle E. Fell III, Hubbard; and four grandchildren.
Dorothea L. Havinga
Dorothea L. Havinga, West Salem Township, formerly of 12 Ridgeway Ave., Greenville, died Saturday evening (11-23-02) in the home of her nephew in Mount Lebanon, Pa.
She was 89.
Obituary information was incomplete.
Chester J. Young
GC man was past
commander of Legion post
Chester J. Young, 112 Gilmore Ave., Grove City, died at 12:55 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, 2002, in Grove Manor, Grove City, after a three-year illness. He was 73.
Mr. Young was born Nov. 19, 1919, in Grove City, to John F. Young and Kathryn Fowkes Young.
A member of Grove City High School Class of 1947, he retired as a machinist from LTV Steel in Cleveland, after 52 years of service.
A veteran of the U.S. Army -- having served during the Korean conflict -- Mr. Young was a lifetime member and past commander of American Legion Post 220, Grove City; a member of the 40 and 8 of American Legion; and a former commander of the American Legion of Mercer County.
He belonged to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Grove City; AARP Chapter 3423, a retired person's organization; and was a founding and 32-year member of the Grove City Chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Mr. Young was a former volunteer for the American Red Cross, as well as United Community Hospital in Pine Township; and a past member and director of Grove City Historical Society.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and traveling.
In 1948, Mr. Young married the former Luella Thompson. His second
wife, the former Edna V. Gladd, whom he married on June 10, 1961, died on Sept. 18, 1992.
His wife, the former Catherine May Crissman Loeffler, whom he married on June 4, 1994, survives at home.
Also surviving are: two daughters, Linda Churchill, wife of Ronald; and Richard Young, husband of Alice, all Grove City; six grandchildren, Veronica and Jonathan Churchill; and Richard, James, Justin and Amanda Young; one great-grandchild; seven stepchildren, Fred Loeffler and his wife Sara, Columbus, Ohio; Kathie Loeffler, New Kensington, Pa.; Mark Loeffler and his wife Tracey, Verona, Pa.; William Loeffler, Germantown, N.C.; Gary Garner, Fredonia; Thomas Garner, Ohio; and LaRue Nulph, Mercer; 26 stepgrandchildren and several stepgreat-grandchildren.
Among those preceding him in death were his parents; one son, John Adam Young; an infant brother and an infant sister.
Memorial contributions may be made to Salvation Army, 660 Fisher Hill, Sharon 16146.
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