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Pacheco, Sister Margaret Morgan  
ALLEGANY - Sister Margaret Morgan Pacheco passed away on Wednesday (June 22, 2016) at Olean General Hospital. She was the daughter of Eugene and Agnes (Knight) Pacheco of Medford, Mass. She was received into the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany at St. Elizabeth Motherhouse on Aug. 15, 1952, and professed her final religious vows on Aug. 16, 1959. For over 60 years, Sister Margaret devotedly lived the Mission of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany. Sister attended Daniel Butler grade school in Belmont, Mass., West Junior High in Arlington Heights, Mass., and Arlington High School in Arlington Center, Mass., graduating in 1945. After entering the Order, Sister Margaret began college courses at St. Elizabeth Teacher's College (now part of St. Bonaventure University) in Allegany. In 1966, Sister received her bachelor's degree in education, minoring in social studies. Sister Margaret spent her early years of ministry in education, teaching at St. Mary's in Rome, N.Y.; St. Margaret Mary in Rochester; St. Francis of Assisi in Triangle, Va.; and serving as principal at St. Joseph's in Olean. In 1966, Sister traveled to Brazil, where she lived and ministered until 1983. While in Brazil, Sister served in a number of capacities, including working as the assistant to both the formation director and the local coordinator; serving as the local coordinator; and teaching English. Sister Margaret returned to the United States in 1984, continuing her ministry in education until her retirement in 2002. In 2014, Sister Margaret was welcomed home to St. Elizabeth Motherhouse. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Sister Margaret is predeceased by her parents and a brother, William Pacheco of Arlington, Mass. A wake service is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Sunday (June 26, 2016), in the Chapel at St. Elizabeth Motherhouse, Allegany. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday (June 27, 2016), in the Chapel of St. Elizabeth Motherhouse, followed by burial in St. Bonaventure Cemetery, Allegany. The funeral arrangements are under the direction of Letro-McIntosh-Spink Funeral Home, Inc. 646 East State Street, Olean. For obituary and condolences, visit www.letromcintoshspinkfuneralhome.com.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 25, 2016
Padlo, Anna M. "Ann" - Olean  
OLEAN - Anna M. ""Ann"" Padlo, 95, went home to be with the Lord and savior peacefully surrounded by her family on Wednesday (June 22, 2016). Born June 7, 1921, Ann was the daughter of Ukrainian immigrant parents, the late John and Mary Blaha Lucyszyn. On Feb. 11, 1995, she was predeceased by her late husband of 56 years Joseph F. Padlo, former Olean city councilman, Olean defense director, Cattaraugus County legislator, and civil service commissioner. Ann had a great love for learning, which continued throughout her lifetime. She entered kindergarten at P.S. No. 4 in Olean on Seneca Avenue and was a member of the Olean High School graduating class of 1940. She continued her education at the Olean Business Institute and graduated from the Westbrook Academy. She attended an amazing number of non-credit classes, workshops and in-service opportunities offered at St. Bonaventure University, Jamestown Community College, and through the American Cancer Society and the Cattaraugus County Planning Board. Essentially, anywhere there was a learning opportunity being offered, you could find Anna's name on the roster. One of her many well-known quotes was, ""If you did not learn something new each day, then it was a wasted day!"" In an era when most married women were ""stay-at-home moms,"" Mrs. Padlo enjoyed working outside the home. She proudly talked about working as ""Annie the Riveter"" at the former Daystrum Corporation on Buffalo Street in Olean during World War II. Subsequently, Ann, along with her husband Joseph, owned and operated an old-fashioned soda fountain on Homer Street in Olean, as well as a restaurant on Main Street, where the present day Granny's Verona is now located. Ann's other work experiences included Montgomery Ward, the DeSoto Motel, Olean Medical Group's manager of the Good Friends Dress Shop, and the Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services Office. Ann's most rewarding work experience was serving as the executive director of the American Cancer Society of Cattaraugus County for several years. She subsequently retired from that organization. Ann had a great zest for life. She was quick to laugh and loved to travel, especially to her daughter and son-in-law's, Jeannie and Hans Neubert's, home in Anaheim, Calif., the Grand Canyon, cruises to the Caribbean, New England coast and Mexico; as well as plane trips to Las Vegas, where she enjoyed several family milestone birthday celebrations. One of her more memorable trips was in the early 1950s, when she drove her two daughters to New Jersey to visit cousins - all without AAA service, map quest or a GPS system - only a good old fashioned paper map! As a hobby, Ann enjoyed bowling in her early years on the Sealtest Ice Cream Team and made her famous dill and bread and butter pickles in the fall. However, most memorable of all celebrations took place two weekends ago this past June 10 to 13, 2016, when all close family members travelled from California, Medina and Olean to Ellicottville to celebrate Ann's milestone. It was a perfect setting for her 95th birthday, which turned out to be her last birthday. It was a happy occasion, during which family members shared lifetime memories. Ann was overjoyed. Ann's life is a gold star example of a life well lived. She dedicated her adult life to volunteering in the Olean area in an effort to improve the quality of life of others through her participation with a wide variety of organizations overtime, which included Comstock Hospice Care Network, American Red Cross, Welcome Wagon, St. Francis Hospital Guild, Head Start & Community Action, Pulaski Club Women's Auxiliary, the St. Bonaventure University Regina Quick Art Center, the March of Dimes, the American Heart Association, the Bartlett Historical Society, the Olean General Hospital Auxiliary, and as a Fresh Air Fund Children Escort. She has been instrumental in organizing several ""firsts"" in Olean, including the Olean Youth Organization, the Johnny Appleseed Memorial Tree Program, the Johnny Appleseed Festival, and the Olean Enchanted Mountain Business and Professional Women's Organization. A few of her accomplishments include initiating the appeal for building a gazebo in Franchot park, receiving the Good News Award, the City of Olean Recreation Program Support Award, and the keys to the city from former mayors William Smith and John Ash. Ann served on numerous committees for the Community Task Force, Economic Development Zones Program, Arbor and Flag Day programs, Friends of St. Bonaventure Annual Appeal, City Government Day, City Government ""Youth Day,"" the Gold Star Mothers Anniversary Recognition, City of Olean 100th Anniversary and the ""Adopt a Park Program."" She considers helping those in need to be her most rewarding experiences, participating in such clothing drives as the Blanket and Bedding Appeal, the Baby Food and Diaper Appeal, ""Warm the Kids,"" and ""Shoes for Poland."" She also organized bus trips, a local black and white hatter organization, and participated in the committee to renovate the Olean Middle and High School complex. She was also a member of the committee giving name to Constitution and Independence avenues. She was a past member of the city of Olean and Cattaraugus County Democratic parties, and a longtime member of St. Mary of the Angels Church. Ann felt her life was greatly rewarded when sponsors and volunteers joined to help create the Children's Flower Garden in Olean's Franchot Park as an extension of the gazebo project. She felt her greatest reward was the installation of the Olean Veteran's Wall in Olean's War Veterans Park in 2006. The names on the wall commemorate Olean's military who lost their lives during military duty, including her brother, Andrew Lucyszyn, who was Olean's first war dead brought home. Bricks had also been purchased and installed on the walkway in honor of those who served in the military, but were fortunate enough to return home. She frequently spoke of the sponsors, donors and volunteers who made this effort possible and has been forever grateful to them. Chief among them were State Senator Catharine Young, Assemblyman Joseph Giglio, former mayor Bill Quinlan, Duggan & Duggan, the American Legion, Crandall's Memorials, American Legion Post No. 530, VFW Post No. 1619 and Boy Scout Troop No. 621, along with their scout masters Tom Scott and Tom Scanlon. Ann was also especially grateful to David Deckman of the Bartlett House, David Hornberg of the Olean Point Museum on Laurens Street in Olean, and William Moore an Olean Vietnam Veteran, who were central in assisting the establishment of the Olean Veteran's Wall Perpetual Time Capsule located in the Olean Point Museum. Items of the Perpetual Time Capsule are displayed on a rotating basis. Ann served approximately seven years on the City of Olean Planning Board and 24 years on the Cattaraugus County Planning Board, many of those years as secretary. Last year, Ann was humbled to receive the 2015 Brooks Patterson Community Leadership Award from the Cattaraugus County Planning Board for her outstanding leadership in community involvement and economic development in the city of Olean and Cattaraugus County. She was again humbled a few weeks ago when receiving the HomeCare & Hospice Award at an event held at the Olean Senior Center. Ann was always grateful to the many volunteers over her lifetime who contributed their time and effort to bring projects to a successful completion. Thank you one and all. Ann will be sadly missed by her friends and family. She is survived by her four children, Virginia ""Jeannie"" (Hans) Neubert of Anaheim, Calif., Frances Padlo Schena of Hamburg, Joseph David ""Dutch"" (Bonnie Martin) Padlo of Olean and John Jeffery (Roxanne) Padlo of Olean; six grandchildren, Mark (René) Schena of Los Altos, Calif., Kimberly Schena of Hamburg, Amy (Darren) Bates of Lakeview, Jason (Karen Blake) Neubert of Placentia, Calif., Erich (Julie) Neubert of Dana Point, Calif., and Michael Padlo, Courtney Padlo and Paige Louise Padlo of Olean; a great-grandson, Carter Bates of Lakeview; many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews; and several cousins in the Lucyszyn, Neporadny, Blaha and Padlo families, including Roger Zukowski of Maine and Germany. In addition to her parents and husband, Ann was predeceased by her six brothers, George, Michael, Steven, Nicholas and Stanley Lucyszyn, and Andrew Lucyszyn who was killed in action during World War II. Ann was proud that five of her six brothers served in the military during World War II. She was also predeceased by a granddaughter, Andrea Neubert of Anaheim, Calif., a grandniece, Mary Ann Lucyszyn of Olean; and many other extended family members. Family will receive friends from 2 to 8 p.m. Monday at Guenther Funeral Home Inc. 1303 E. State St., Olean. Funeral services will be held Tuesday (June 28, 2016), beginning with a prayer service in funeral home at 9:30 a.m., followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Mary of the Angels Church at 10 a.m. The Rev. David Tourville will be celebrant of the Mass. Burial will be in St. Bonaventure Cemetery. Scripture wake service will be held in the Funeral Home Monday evening at 4:30 p.m. Flowers are gratefully declined. Memorials may be made to Olean Veteran's Wall at War Veterans Park; Children Flowers at Franchot Park; St. Mary of the Angels Renovation Project; or Mt. Irenaeus.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 25, 2016
Pastuch, Walter J. - Machias  
MACHIAS - Walter J. "Buck" Pastuch, of Junction Road, died Friday (June 17, 2016) at his home from an apparent heart attack. Born March 18, 1930, in Machias, he was the son of John and Dora Tychonia Pastuch. On Oct. 23, 1954, in Gasport, he married N. Jean Flemming, who predeceased him Feb. 23, 1997. Walter was a graduate of Machias High School and then joined the U. S. Army, serving during the Korean War. He was employed by Olean Crushed Stone and then Buffalo Crushed Stone, both of Machias, as a heavy equipment operator. He was also employed at Aronson's-Koike of Arcade. He enjoyed woodworking, fishing, hunting and making maple syrup. Surviving are a daughter, Karen Scott of Friendship; two sons, Ronald (Tami) Pastuch of McKenna, Wash.; Richard (Edith) Pastuch of Rochester; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a brother, Steve Pastuch of Everett, Wash.; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother, Robert Pastor; and two sisters, Anna Maier and Sophie Knowlton. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday (June 20, 2016) in Maple Grove Cemetery in Machias. A celebration of his life also will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday (June 25, 2016) in the Babbitt & Easton Funeral Home, 7 N. Main St., Franklinville. Celebrating his life will be the Rev. Jerod "Skip" Haines, pastor of the Fellowship Church of Machias. Memorials may be made to the King Memorial Library, P.O. Box 509, Machias, NY 14101. Online condolences may be sent to www.babbitteastonfh.com.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 19, 2016
Sherlock, Carl E.H.  
OLEAN - Carl Sherlock, of Prospect Avenue, Olean, passed away Wednesday (June 22, 2016) at Olean General Hospital. Born on May 20, 1936, in Cuba, he was a son of the late Carl E. and Phoebe Benjamin Sherlock. Carl was a lifetime resident of Olean. He was employed at several places as a baker and retired from the Olean City School District. Carl's hobbies included woodworking and spending time with his friends and family. Surviving are a sister, Elizabeth Marie (Millard) Kellogg of Cuba; two brothers, Hugh C. (Waltrode) Sherlock of Barenburg, Germany, and Wayne D. (Judy) Sherlock of Olean; 13 nieces and nephews; and several grandnieces and grandnephews. Family will receive friends Saturday (June 25, 2016) at the Guenther Funeral Home Inc., 1303 E. State St., Olean, from noon to 2 p.m., at which time funeral and committal services will be held in the funeral home. The Rev. Millard Cook will officiate. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Olean. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 24, 2016
Slavin, Nancy  
GROVE CITY, OHIO - Nancy Slavin, of 6008 Groveridge Drive, formerly of Eldred, Pa. and Cuba Lake, N.Y., passed away Friday (June 17, 2016), at Mount Carmel Hospital West in Columbus. Born May 2, 1942, in Kane, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Bertrand and Phyllis Vreeland Barron. On Aug. 24, 1964, in Eldred, Pa., she married William J. Slavin, who survives. Nancy was a graduate of the Otto-Eldred High School Class of 1960, and the Mansfield State Teachers College Class of 1964. She taught for two years at Oswayo Valley Elementary in Shinglehouse, Pa., and for 35 years at Otto-Eldred Elementary School before retiring. She was a member of the Pennsylvania Retired Teachers Association, National Education Association and Pennsylvania State Education Association. Nancy loved spending time with her grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she is survived by, two sons, Kevin (Debra) Slavin of Columbus and Kris Slavin of Rochester, N.Y.; six grandsons; a granddaughter; a great-granddaughter; and a sister, Terry Barron of Boulder, Colo. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her daughter, Kelly S. Slavin, Sept. 30, 2014. Family will receive friends from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Guenther Funeral Home, Inc., 1303 E. State St., Olean. Funeral services will be held in the funeral home at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday (June 22, 2016). The Rev. Gregory Dobson, pastor of St. Mary of the Angels Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Mount View Cemetery, Olean. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 20, 2016
Smith, Shirley Jeanne  
MOUNT AIRY, N.C. - Shirley Jeanne Smith, formerly of Hinsdale, N.Y., passed away Thursday (June 16, 2016) at Springwood Care Center following an illness. Shirley was born June 28, 1930, in Olean, N.Y., and was a daughter of Arlie and Carolyn Sassmon Kreamer. In 1951, she married David E. Wing, who predeceased her Jan. 25, 1965. In 1975, she married Don Bliss, who predeceased her April 19, 1990. On April 25, 1995, she married Elmo Smith, who predeceased her Feb. 18, 2015. Shirley graduated from Olean High School in 1948 and, before she began working, attended Olean Business Institute. She worked for Blue Bird Bus Co. for about 10 years, then she worked on the family farm. Shirley also sold Avon, and she worked at the snack bar at Kmart and at the Holiday Inn for short periods of time. She moved to Brevard in 1989. Shirley is survived by seven children, Timothy A. Wing of Hinsdale, Daniel L. Wing of Rosemount, Minn., Barbara C. Walker of Olean, Peter J. (Sharon) Wing of Forest, Va., Aaron P. Wing of Watertown, S.D., Kathy L. (James Powers) Wing of Lexington and Sarah J. Simihtsi of Mount Airy; three stepchildren, Alyce Wojcik of Buffalo, N.C., Virgil Bliss of Lenoir and Amy (Ben) Henderson of Charlotte; 14 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one sister, Virginia Henry of Vista, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. Along with her husbands, Shirley was predeceased by a stepdaughter, Karen Haskins. A graveside service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 3, 2016, at the Hinsdale Cemetery. The Rev. Peter J. Wing, her son, and the Rev. Terry L. Jenks, pastor of the Hinsdale Methodist Church, will co-officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of the Letro-McIntosh-Spink Funeral Home Inc., 646 E. State St., Olean. Online condolences may be made at www.LetroMcIntoshSpinkFuneralHome.com.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 21, 2016
Squire, Roger A. - Franklinville  
FRANKLINVILLE - Roger A. Squire, of Route 16, Franklinville, died Saturday (June 11, 2016) at Mercy Hospital in Buffalo. Born Dec. 17, 1929, in Buffalo, he was the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Blakeslee Squire Jr. On June 30, 1954, in Franklinville, he married Patricia Devine, who predeceased him in 1994. Roger was a 1947 graduate of Ten Broeck Academy in Franklinville, and joined the U.S. Navy, serving from 1948 to 1952 and working in aviation supply. During high school, he earned his pilot's license. He worked for Bell Aircraft while also working as a flight instructor. One of his students became his future boss at North State Supply Co., where he would spend the next 40 years working as a pilot and salesmen covering five states selling heavy construction equipment and supplies. He taught flying for many years and had his commercial pilot's license, including instrument and multi-engine certification for both land and sea planes. He was a member of the Franklinville Conservation Club, a life member of the American Legion Post 626 of Franklinville and also the Airplane Owners and Pilots Association. His interests included music, natural healing as a certified Reiki therapist and photography. Roger played trumpet in many bands, including the Ontario Knife Co. Band and also The Millionaires while in the Navy, plus many local venues. Surviving are a son, Leo James Squire of Cranberry Township, Pa.; a grandson, Robert J. Bzinak of Grand Island; a sister, Margaret "Peg" Squire of Indiana; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a daughter, Elizabeth Mary Squire in 2005; a brother, Daniel Squire III; and two sisters, Sally Pettengill and Mary Hamilton. There will be no visitation. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday (July 9, 2016) in Mount Prospect Cemetery in Franklinville. Memorials may be made to the Franklinville Fire Dept. Ambulance Fund, P.O. Box 74, Franklinville, NY 14737; or the Blount Library, 5 N. Main St., Franklinville, NY 14737. Online condolences may be sent to www.babbitteastonfh.com.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 19, 2016
Vogel Sr., David A.  
BLACK CREEK - David A. Vogel Sr., 65, of 6373 Route 305, Black Creek, passed away Tuesday (June 21, 2016) at home after a battle with cancer. Born on Nov. 2, 1950, in Cuba, he was a son of Alva T. and Mary E. Silsby Vogel. On June 19, 1970, in Hunt, he married the former Linda S. Cobin, who predeceased him June 5, 2010. Dave attended Cuba High School. He then went to work for Friendship Dairies as a milk receiver, retiring in 2010 after 43 years of service. He was a 46-year member of the New Hudson Fire Co. and an avid hunter, but most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family and traveling. Surviving are two sons, David A. Vogel Jr. of Black Creek and Steven (Jennifer) Vogel of Marysville, Ohio; a daughter, Shelley (Rick) Learn of Black Creek; six grandchildren, Brooke Krannock, David A. Vogel III, Ricki Ranee Learn, Andrew Vogel, Courtney Learn and Kayla Learn; six great-grandchildren; four brothers, Donald (Sue) Vogel of Belfast, Dennis Vogel of Massachusetts, Daren Vogel of Black Creek and Daniel (Jen) Vogel of Hunt; one sister, Della (Dean) Warner of Angelica; his stepmother, Elsie Vogel of Belfast; a brother-in-law, Charlie McAhon of Wellsville; a special aunt, Norma Vogel Andrus of Black Creek; and numerous, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a grandson, Derek Vogel; and a sister, Doris McAhon. Family and friends may gather at the Mark F. Rinker Funeral Home & Memorial Service Inc., 9 Bull St., Cuba, on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday (June 25, 2016) from 10 a.m. to noon, at which time funeral services will be held. The Rev. John Asquith, pastor of Black Creek Baptist Church, will officiate. Members of the New Hudson Fire Co. will assemble at 11 a.m. Saturday in the funeral home to conduct funeral honors. Memorials in Dave's name may be made to the New Hudson Fire Co., P.O. Box 1, Black Creek, NY 14714. Online condolences will be received by the family if sent to www.rinkerfuneralhome.com.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 23, 2016
Wood, John C.  
SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. - John C. Wood, 80, of Shinglehouse, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Saturday (June 18, 2016), at the home of his daughter and son-in-law in Coudersport, after a brief illness. Born on Nov. 24, 1935, in Bradford, he was a son of Philip and Alta Lucille Kelly Wood. On July 14, 1979, at the Ceres United Methodist Church, he married the love of his life, Melinda L. Walker, who went to be with her Lord and Savior on Aug. 18, 2013. Mr. Wood graduated from Shinglehouse High School with the class of 1953. While a senior in high school, John enlisted in the New York State Army National Guard where he served from 1953 to 1954. On Mar. 29, 1954, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He served his country for over 21 years, retiring on June 1, 1974. During his military career he spent two tours of duty, five years in Germany, and a year in Vietnam, from 1966 to 1967, as a K-9 dog handler assigned to the 14th Air Commando Wing. Most recently he retired from the Maintenance/Engineering Department at the St. Francis and the Olean General Hospitals. Mr. Wood was a member of the Bell Run Union Church in Shinglehouse, where he taught Sunday school and served as a trustee for four years. He was a past commander of VFW Post 4127 in Homestead, Fla., a member of the Shinglehouse American Legion Post 530, a member of the Disabled American Veterans, a member of the Air Force Sergeants Association, a member of the Potter County Honor Guard, a member of the Bolivar Golf Club and a life member of the Shinglehouse Volunteer Fire Department. Surviving are two sons, T. Bryan Wood of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Michael B. (Linda) Wood of Longmont, Colo.; three daughters, Kelly S. Wood and Lee Ann Arnold, both of Dayton, Ohio, and Shannon M. (Joe) Rajczak of Coudersport; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Richard L. (Beverly) Wood of West Warwick, R.I. and Pastor David A. (Barbara) Wood of Blountstown, Fla.; a sister, Mary G. Blanchard of Pittsburgh; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents and his loving wife, John was predeceased by a sister, Constance L. Wood Austin. Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial visitation from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday (June 23, 2016) at the Bell Run Union Church, Shinglehouse, where a memorial service will follow at noon with the Rev. Chad E. Shaffer, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Bell Run Cemetery, Shinglehouse. Members of the Potter County Honor Guard will accord military honors on Thursday. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Bell Run Union Church, 904 Taylor Brook Road, Shinglehouse, PA 16748. Mr. Wood's family has entrusted his care to the Virgil L. Howard Funeral Home, Shinglehouse. To express condolences or share a fond memory of John, please visit www.virgillhowardfuneralhome.com.
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Published in The Olean Times Herald on June 20, 2016
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