|MATHER-SOULE, MARY FRANCES (13
Jul 1908 - 22 Sep 2001)
|The Topeka Capital-Journal,
Topeka, KS, Sep 26, 2001
Mary Soule - ARKANSAS CITY // Mary Frances Soule, 93, Arkansas City,
formerly of Emporia, died Saturday, Sept. 22, 2001, at Arkansas City.
Mrs. Soule was a homemaker. She also had worked as the housemother for
Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority at Emporia State University for five years.
She was born July 13, 1908, at Topeka, the daughter of George Thomas
and Hattie Henson Mather. Mrs. Soule was a member of the Flint Hills
Christian Church, Miriam Chapter No. 14 of the Order of the Eastern
Star and the Ball-McColm American Legion Post No. 5 Auxiliary, all of
Emporia. She married Freeman Roy Soule on July 31, 1926, at Kansas
City, Mo. He died Jan. 12, 1978, at Emporia. She also was preceded in
death by a daughter, Dorothy E. Melander, on July 24, 1988. Survivors
include a son, Roy L. Soule, Arkansas City; seven grandchildren; and
14 great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday
at the Patio Garden at Memorial Lawn Cemetery, Emporia. Graveside
services also will be conducted by Miriam Chapter No. 14 of the Order
of the Eastern Star. The family suggests memorial contributions to
Hospice Care of Kansas, 800 North Main, Winfield, or the Central
Christian Church, Arkansas City, which may be sent in care of
Roberts-Blue-Barnett Funeral Home, 605 State, P.O. Box 175, Emporia,
|MCCARTY, GLENN ELWOOD (26 Jun
1905 - 21 May 1999)
|Greenville Online, Greenville, SC, May 22, 1999,
Glenn McCarty // Greer // Glenn Elwood McCarty, 93, widower of Helen
Cox Drace McCarty, died Friday, May 21, 1999, at National Health Care.
A native of Muncey, Pa., he was a son of the late Howard Elwood and
Jennie Bitler McCarty. Retired: Starr Mills. He was a member of
Memorial United Methodist Church, the Kiwanis Club and a Shriner.
Graveside service: 11 a.m. today at Mountain View Cemetery, conducted
by the Rev. John Rush. - The Wood Mortuary.
|MCCARTY, RUSSELL F JR. (6 Jan 1908 - 4 Oct 2002)
|Williamsport Online, Oct 6, 2002
Russell F. McCarty // Russell F. McCarty, 94 of 68 Fairfield Church
Road, Montoursville, died Friday, Oct. 4, 2002 at Valley View Nursing
Center. His wife Francis P. McCarty died in 1993. Born Jan. 6, 1908 in
Muncy, Pa., a son of Howard E. and Jennie E. Bitler McCarty. Russell
was a WWII Army Veteran, where he served as a Staff Sergeant. He
retired in 1972 from Staiman Brothers and was a life member of
American Legion Post 104 in Montoursville. Russell is survived by
three grandsons and was predeceased by a son, Edward L. McCarty.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, at the Kaufman
Funeral Home, 2102 Northway Road, Williamsport, with the Rev. Donald
E. York of Fairfield United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will
be in Wildwood Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m.
Wednesday, at the funeral home. If desired memorial contributions may
be made in his name to Providence Health System Foundation,
Susquehanna Regional Home Hospice, 1001 Grampian Blvd., Williamsport,
LORETTA (13 Mar 1919 - 10 Jan 2001)
|Berks-Mont Newspaper, January
LORETTA K. DAVIDHEISER - Services will be held for Loretta Keinard
Davidheiser, 81, formerly of N. Washington Ave., Niantic, Conn., and
Birdsboro. She died Jan. 10 in Nutmeg Pavilion Healthcare, New London,
Conn., where she had been a resident for about two years. Her first
husband, J. Robert Winterhalter, was killed during World War II and
her second husband, Robert E. Davidheiser, died in 1984. Born in
Geigertown, she was a member of St. Paulís United Church of Christ,
Birdsboro. She was a member of Bird Chapter 460, Order of the Eastern
Star, Birdsboro, and the Birdsboro womanís Club. She was a 1936
graduate of Birdsboro High School. // Surviving are two daughters,
Suellen W. (Winterhalter) Kambeitz, Niantic, and Marianne D.
(Davidheiser) McGraw, Meriden, N.H. Other survivors include a brother,
Lawrence McMullen, Geigertown, and four grandchildren. Services will
be Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in St. Paulís United Church of Christ.
Burial will be in St. James Cemetery, Geigertown. The arrangements are
being handled by the Dengler Funeral Home Inc., Birdsboro.
ELIZABETH (17 Nov 1891 - 15 Jun 1953)
|Brunswick Record, Brunswick,
ME, Vol. 51, No 25, June 18, 1953, Pg 4
MRS. HELEN M. BITLER // Word has been received of the death of the
former Helen Elizabeth Merriman of Brunswick, the widow of the Rev.
Thomas Bruce Bitler of Northampton, Mass. She was born in Brunswick
Nov. 17, 1891, the daughter of the late Susan Randall and Paul Sprague
Merriman and was married to Mr. Bitler in June of 1916. She leaves
four children, Janet J., with whom she made her home, Clayton R. of
Rockland, Mrs. Mason B. Barney of Manchester Center, Vt., and Mrs.
Daniel W. Connell, of Nantucket, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Wallace M.
Powers of Jackson Heights, L. I., N.Y.; and a brother, Alden D.
Merriman of Brunswick. Funeral services will he held in the First
Church of Christ, Congregational, on June 17 with committal services
following at Spring Grove Cemetery.
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