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Owen Lee Stauffer

RIDGWAY — Owen Lee Stauffer, 9, of 338 Metoxet St., Ridgway, died Saturday morning, Jan. 30, 2016, at UPMC Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh. He was born March 31, 2006, in Meadville, son of Lee A. Cleary. He resided in Ridgway and was a student at the Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary…

James Robert Troup

James Robert Troup, 87, of Meadville, passed away at Crawford County Care Center on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. He was born on Feb. 21, 1928, in Elizabeth Township, a son of the late John F. Hester and Mary Stoneman Hester. His father passed away Feb. 14, 1930. His mother later…

Gregory McAdams of Boeing

Gregory A. McAdams, 77, of Haddon Heights, who earned a Distinguished Flying Cross during a 21-year career as a Marine Corps pilot, died of heart failure Thursday, Jan. 28, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Mr. McAdams, who retired in 1982 as a lieutenant colonel, earned among other honors a…

Milton Lowe, missile program manager

Milton H. Lowe, 89, formerly of Cherry Hill, a former program manager for the Aegis missile guidance program in Moorestown, died of complications from heart failure on Monday, Feb. 1, at the Neighborhood Hospice in West Chester. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Lowe graduated from Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan…

Rose Feith, philanthropist in Philadelphia and Israel

Rose Feith, 100, of Elkins Park, a longtime philanthropist who, with her late husband, gave generously to causes here and in Israel, died Friday, Jan. 29, at home of complications from a fall. For 59 years, Mrs. Feith was married to philanthropist, community leader, and businessman Dalck Feith. The pair…

Floyd Humes Jr.

GENEVA, Ohio — Floyd Humes Jr., 81, was welcomed home on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. Floyd was the son of Floyd and Doris (Nichols) Humes, born on Feb. 20, 1934, in Cambridge Springs. Floyd grew up on a dairy farm where he began his lifelong love of learning by walking daily to…

Lois L. Bertram

SAEGERTOWN — Lois L. Bertram, 93, of Saegertown, passed away Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, at Crawford County Care Center. She was born July 21, 1922, in Miola, Clarion County, a daughter of the late James Clark and Gracie R. McClain Knopp. She married Dr. Kenton W. Bertram Dec. 21, 1957…

William John James

ROSS TOWNSHIP — William John James, 46, formerly of Guys Mills, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016. He was born Oct. 15 1969. Bill was a loving husband of 10 years to Christine (Zeak) James of Ross Township; proud father of Michael A. and Madison A. James, both of…

Stephen Price, clergyman who marched in Selma

The Rev. Canon Stephen W. Price, 73, of Downingtown, an Episcopal clergyman who crusaded for racial equality, social justice, and affordable housing for seniors, died Sunday, Jan. 24, of complications from a lung transplant at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. A native of Danbury, Conn., Father Price found…

Herbert Mandell, child psychiatrist

Herbert E. Mandell, 66, of Wyncote, a child and adolescent psychiatrist for many years, died Tuesday, Jan. 19, from complications of double pneumonia at Abington Hospital-Jefferson Health. Born in South Philadelphia, Dr. Mandell moved to New Jersey with his family when he was 8. He graduated from Deptford High School…

Jack Cutler, 89, beloved physician

Jack Cutler, 89, of Elkins Park and later Boca Raton, Fla., whose rise from humble beginnings to become a physician epitomized the American Dream, died Monday, Jan. 11, of prostate cancer at Hospice by the Sea in Florida. During a 48-year career, Dr. Cutler delivered thousands of babies in the…

Thomas W. “Tom” Westfall

LINESVILLE — Thomas W. “Tom” Westfall, 70, of Linesville, formerly of Albion, passed away unexpectedly due to natural causes on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016. He was born March 24, 1945, in Erie, son of the late Manville “Bud” and Elizabeth (Endress) Westfall. Tom served with the U.S. Navy from 1963…

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