Sewickley Obituaries

Sewickley Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Sewickley, PA

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  • Sunday Feb 7 | via Observer 

    Sarah Wood Wickwire

    She was born in Buffalo, NY, and attended the University of Buffalo, focusing on premed studies. Over the years, she worked as a blood laboratory technician, a school librarian in Sewickley, PA, and Concord, MA, and as secretary to the Board of Appeals in Orleans, MA.

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  • Saturday Feb 6 | via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

    Obituary: Clarence Mason Miller Jr. / Doctor served ...

    Clarence Mason Miller Jr., Sewickley Valley Hospital's first chief pathologist, died Jan. 31 at his winter home in Palm Beach Shores, Fla., of natural causes. He was 93. Dr. Miller was born in Wallace, N.C. He attended college and his first two years of medical school at the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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  • Monday Feb 1 | via GantDaily.com 

    Obituary Notice: Marie Laman

    Born Oct. 15, 1920 in Chestnut Grove, she was the daughter of the late John C. and Olive Smith. She is survived by three children, Dr. David Laman and his wife, Verna of Pittsburgh, Linda Ream and her husband, Peter of Sewickley and Kathleen Greene and her husband, Martin of Hollywood, Fla.; six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

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  • Tuesday Jan 26 | via Modern Tire Dealer 

    Pennsylvania Tire Dealer Jack Paton Has Died

    Jack K. Paton was 90 years old and still going to work at J.K.B. Tire Co. Inc., which he started in 1980 in Export, Pa.

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  • Thursday Jan 21 | via Lewistown Sentinel 

    John Charles Hammond Jr.

    John Charles Hammond Jr., 73, of Yeagertown, passed away at 5:25 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, at Geisinger-Lewistown Hospital. Born March 15, 1942, in Sewickley, he was the son of the late John C., Sr. and Francis Hammond.

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  • Dec 31, 2015 | via Erie Times News 

    Obituary: Dr. Gregory M. Hoyson / Caring pediatricia...

    "He was always very funny and very reassuring," she said. "He always knew the right things to say to make you feel good and to laugh a little bit when you were in his office.

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