Archive - Jan 22, 2013 - Obituary
Miriam Hickox Blose, 91, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, in Woodridge, Va., after a brief illness.
She was surrounded by her family and passed peacefully.
She was born in Punxsutawney on Oct. 1, 1921, a daughter of the late
Howard and Martha (McGonagle) Hickox.
After graduating from Punxsutawney High School, she married Irwin N. Blose.
She was a homemaker and a telephone operator for Bell Telephone Co., and she also worked as an operator for the B & O Railroad.
Jenevie L. Depp, 90, of Manor, died Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, in her home.
She was born May 2, 1922, in Ringgold, a daughter of the late Carl and Myrtle Gaston Yeager.
She was a member of the Manor First United Church of Christ and the Eastern Star of Jeannette.
She worked with Meals on Wheels for more than 20 years in Greensburg.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by five brothers, Vern, Walter, Carl, William and John Yeager; and a sister, Dorothy Miller.
Ronald Alan Hook, 67, of Deckerâ€™s Point, Pa., passed away on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at the Cancer Treatment Center of America in Zion, Ill., with his loving wife by his side following a courageous battle with cancer.
The son of Michael and Mary (Betsa) Hook, he was born on Feb. 10, 1945, in Banks Twp., Indiana County, Pa.
Ron was a lifetime member of the SS Peter and Paul Orthodox Church in Urey, Pa., where he would assist with the reading of the Epistle.
Hazel Johnson Reed, 96, of Punxsutawney, died Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, surrounded by family.
She was the owner of The Nut Shop in Punxsutawney from 1936 to 1963.
Beloved mother, teacher and friend to many, Dr. Sally Solomon (1940-2013), died on Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, suddenly and unexpectedly of complications related to the flu.
Solomon was a chemistry professor at Drexel University (still teaching classes this semester), a published author and an avid sports fan.
Solomon ran a cooking school in Philadelphia in the 70s and appeared on many cooking shows and in articles related to food, including in the Inquirer.