Scranton Obituaries

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  • Tuesday Jun 30 | via The Citizens' Voice 

    Radio personality Jeffrey Longaven, aka Jay Daniels,...

    Jay Daniels, left, and John Webster talk with news director, Ruth Miller, during the Daniels & Webster show in the Rock 107 studio in Scranton on Monday, September 15, 2008. Linda Morgan/Staff Photographer WEZX Radio DJ Jay Daniels talking with the Rev.

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  • Sunday Jun 28 | via The Times-Tribune 

    Victim of fatal parking-lot accident identified

    Lackawanna County Coroner Timothy Rowland has identified the Hamlin man who died Saturday after a car fell on top of him while he was working on it in Scranton. John McCabe, 51, died on the scene late Saturday morning in a parking lot at 3380 N. Main Ave., where he had been changing the oil in a co-worker's car.

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  • Friday Jun 26 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Orne Osb, Elaine Paula

    Be the first to share your memories or express your condolences in the Guest Book for ELAINE PAULA ORNE OSB. ELAINE PAULA OSBORNE, 75 NEW MILFORD, PA.

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  • Friday Jun 19 | via Times Observer 

    Mildred Primerano

    Mildred R. Primerano, 86, a resident of the Rouse Warren County Home and formerly of Johnsonburg, PA. died at her residence, Friday morning, June 19, 2015 after a brief illness.

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  • Friday Jun 12 | via The Times-Tribune 

    Teen's death ruled accidental in Jessup crash

    An autopsy Friday on a 15-year-old Blakely boy who died Thursday after a violent car wreck in Jessup was ruled accidental, Lackawanna County Coroner Tim Rowland said. Austin Bumbarger died shortly after 1 a.m. Thursday at Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton of multiple blunt force injuries, Mr. Rowland said.

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  • Sunday Jun 7 | via The Times-Tribune 

    Civil War history lies in Forest Hill Cemetery

    Marking 150 years since the Civil War ended and the death of President Abraham Lincoln, a group of historians shared what they know about public figures and many ordinary people who were, in some way, connected to the war. The Slocum Hollow Historians, wearing hoop skirts, suspenders and bonnets reminiscent of the post-Civil War era, led a crowd through the winding, tree-covered paths of Forest Hill Cemetery off Jefferson Avenue on Sunday, stopping at headstones along the way for short history lessons.

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  • May 29, 2015 | via WNEP-TV Moosic 

    Plea and Sentencing for Beating Death

    McNamara's no contest plea means he doesn't dispute the facts but he doesn't take responsibility for them. He is accused of beating his girlfriend Kathleen Talerico so severely that she later died.

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