Samuel Zickefoose

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JAMESTOWN, Pa. - Samuel E. Zickefoose, 66, of 8163 Harmonsburg Road, Linesville, died Wednesday (July 2, 2014) at his residence.
He was born in Bradford on April 20, 1948, the son of Isaac Everett and Leota Alene Edgar Zickefoose. He married Shelly Calvin on Oct. 6, 2009. She survives.
Mr. Zickefoose attended Grace United Methodist Church, Meadville.
He retired in 2000 after 11 years as the control room operator from American Refining Group in Bradford. Following retirement, he worked part-time at Carter Lumber in Conneaut Lake.
In addition to his wife, he's survived by a son, Greg (Jill) Zickefoose of Bradford; and two daughters, Jody Zickefoose and her significant other, Scott Thomas, of Orwell, Ohio, and Amy (Larry) Chupp of Sarasota, Fla.; four sisters, Dacie (Hank) Youd of Kane, Edna (Dan) Taylor of Lewis Run, Darlene (Pete) Dorward of Smethport, and Shelly (Bob) Balawejder of Sterling, Va.; two brothers, Todd Zickefoose of Marvindale and Judd (Claudette) Zickefoose of Chicago, Ill.; five grandsons, Seth and Silas Thomas, Austin, Collin and Cody Chupp; three granddaughters, Lauren and Abby Zickefoose and Andie Chupp; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and an infant brother.
Visitation will be held from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Randall Funeral Home, 416 Liberty St., Jamestown, Pa. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Randall Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Goodnough of the Grace United Methodist Church.
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Jamestown, PA 16134
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Published in The Bradford Era from July 3 to July 10, 2014
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