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Harlan Young

Aug 15, 1926 - Oct 11, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Harlan W. Young,97, of Windsor, NY entered into rest on October 11, 2023 and was reunited with his beloved wife of 60 years, Gertrude, who predeceased him on November 7,2020. \u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; \u0026nbsp; Harlan is survived by three sons, James (Robin) Young of North Carolina, Robert Young of Arizona, and Thomas Young of Windsor, NY; four grandchildren, Brittany Young and Katrina Young of Binghamton, NY, Erynn Young of the Netherlands, and William Young of California;...Read More

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Mark W. Smith

Feb 26, 1949 - Feb 17, 2024

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Hallstead, PA

"Mark W. Smith, 74 of Hallstead, PA died on Saturday, February 17, 2024 after a short illness.\u0026nbsp; He was born February 26, 1949 in Johnson City, NY to Shirley Travis Peck who survives him, and his late father, Leon Smith.\u0026nbsp; He is also survived by his best friend and partner of 43 years, Diane Smith; his daughter, Leslie Smith; two sons, Toby (Amy) Percario and Travis (Shelby) Percario; his seven grandchildren, Calim, Rauren, Danica, Maci, Xavier, Ella, and Zoey; two sisters, Donna (David) Moser and Renee (Tom) Flynn; two uncles, Jerry Travis and Rodney Travis; many cousins, nieces, and nephews; his dogs, Peanut and Rocky; his cats, Bean and Alice.\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; Mark was a Vietnam Veteran serving on the USS Mispillion and the USS Ranier.\u0026nbsp; He loved to laugh with everyone, especially with his children and grandchildren.\u0026nbsp; He forever will be deeply missed.\u0026nbsp; \u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; The family will host a private celebration of his life at their convenience."

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Jeanette 'Nettie' F. Pagano

Oct 03, 1955 - Jan 11, 2024

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Hallstead, PA

"On January 11th, 2024, Jeanette \u0027Nettie\u0027 F. Pagano, 68, of Hallstead PA formerly of NJ, left this mortal plane to be reunited with her loving husband, Joe. She is survived by her daughter, Jessika; 3 sons; 2 granddaughters; as well as a caring sister, a great aunt, and a myriad of cousins and extended family. She was retired for many years from the United States Post Office. Jeanette had one major request for her obituary: Cause of death must be included. She felt that people needed to normalize talking about death and dying since we may not be immortal, but our memories of each other are. That, and she described herself as a \u0026quot;professional nosy person.\u0026quot; So in honor of her, and her fellow nosy folks, Jeanette passed away due to several extreme medical issues caused by multiple strokes. Remember y\u0027all, BE FAST. B for balance; loss of balance, headache or dizziness. E for eyes; blurred vision. F for face; facial drooping on one side. A for arms; arm or leg weakness. S for speech; speech difficulty. T for time; call 911 immediately if you\u0027re experiencing those symptoms. Jeanette was a big fan of teachable moments, and would like others to pass on what they learned from her. Now let us move to the juicy stuff she also requested. Jeanette described herself as a \u0026quot;Jersey girl at heart,\u0026quot; and yes, it is called pork roll. Jeanette is also survived by 3 grandcats; Crusty, Mister, and Willow. The funniest sound in the world to her was anyone or anything gagging. She was very proud that her outrageously loud laugh was passed on to her daughter. She was a huge fan of beanie babies, wolves, and Sam Elliot. She was such a big fan of Halloween, that she even decided to get married on the spooky day. Her last and final request was: have a nice steak dinner, medium, with a baked potato, in her honor. \u0026quot;No funeral casserole is ever going to beat a good steak.\u0026quot; At her request, there will be no public services. Memorial contributions may be made to the Tuttle-Yeisley Funeral Home, Inc. P.O. Box 936, Hallstead, PA 18822 to assist with her final expenses."

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Ronald W. Hanyon

Oct 15, 1946 - Jan 12, 2024

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Hallstead, PA

"RONALD W. HANYON Ronald W. Hanyon, 76, of Hallstead, PA entered into rest on January 12, 2024. He is the son of the late William and Loretta Hanyon and also predeceased by two uncles, John and Charlie Hanyon; and two aunts, Ida and Emma. Ronald is survived by his beloved wife of 28 years, Candy; and cousins who felt more like siblings from the Hanyon and Rudock family. Ronald enjoyed being outside, mowing the lawn, and tinkering mechanically. He could tune a car by ear. He grew up building model cars and tractors. Ronald was a very quiet man and always outside working on something. He was always willing to help those in need. Ronald was deeply loved and will be dearly missed. A graveside service will be held in New Milford Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate memorial donations to be made to the Tuttle-Yeisley Funeral Home, Inc. to assist with his final expenses."

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Anita M. Elbrecht

Nov 18, 1951 - Dec 28, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"ANITA M. ELBRECHT Anita M. Elbrecht, 72, of Hallstead, PA entered into rest on December 28, 2023 peacefully at home with her family and close friends at her side. She is the only child of the late Ralph and Geraldine Elbrecht. Anita is survived by her two aunts, Bernita Thatcher and Lena Kent; many cousins and extended family members; and her beloved rescue dog and constant companion, Sissy. Anita worked for Frito Lay for years, completing her career with New York State assisting the disabled with daily activities. Anita, her mother, and her cherished pet dogs, Tara, Pookey, and Mickey loved visiting Harry and Mary Thatcher on Lake Ontario for many years during the Labor Day week. She was steadfast in her position, not easily swayed, and very devoted and generous to her family and close friends. The family wishes to express their appreciation to Danielle, Doreen, Jen, and Betty for their devotion and tender care along with Hospice of the Sacred Heart. A graveside service will be held at noon, Wednesday, January 3, 2023 in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Tuttle-Yeisley Funeral Home, Inc. Should friends so desire, expressions of sympathy may take the form of a donation to True Friends Animal Welfare Center, 16332 SR 706, Montrose, PA 18801 or Hospice of the Sacred Heart, 30 E.D. Preate Drive, Suite 108, Moosic, PA 18507."

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Grant McHugh

Sep 28, 1971 - Dec 23, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Grant McHugh was a light in the world; a North Star for many who knew him. Yes, he was and accomplished many other things, but his warmth and shining presence cannot be overstated. Grant’s life began on September 28, 1971. His father, Jon, who always wanted a son, was given the gift of Grant by June; he was a most loyal and faithful boy, and eventually man. Loyalty, in fact was one of his superpowers. Grant was the funny and clever one, and he used his humor and quick wit to charm his two older sisters Melissa and Traci; there simply was no resisting his twinkling blue eyes. He returned the favor by loving them deeply and always having their backs no matter what. What gave Grant’s soul the greatest joy and meaning is his son Evan. The depth of love Grant felt for Evan is immeasurable and unconditional. Over the last few months they were beginning to know each other as men and Grant was so very proud of Evan’s character and accomplishments. Grant’s heart also belonged to Nik and Sydney. He described Nik as “my guy” and Sydney as “magical,” and there are no deeper compliments. Many of his favorite experiences, sayings, stories and memories came from his relationships with them and he was such a loving, grounding and steady force in their lives. Grant graduated from Penn State University and was a licensed Surveyor with a strong work ethic and meticulous eye for detail. He held himself and those he worked with to the highest standards. One of the things he loved the most about his work is that he got to perform it along side his best friend Mark for many years. Their mutual loyalty and trust was a gift and their adventures filled with side-splitting laughter was icing on the cake. Being a longtime member of the Pennsylvania Freemasons - Bluestone Lodge #338 was a great source of hope, connection and service for Grant. Over the years he forged many beloved friendships, held several positions and either coordinated or participated in many community projects. He was proud to be part of something so positive and supportive of others. Grant leaves a huge hole in the hearts of family, friends and persons who he shared his remarkable spirit with. He was thoughtful, intelligent and brave; he showed up and he brought a bounty of humor to everything he did. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in memory of Grant to further the work he began and loved as a Freemason care of Bluestone Lodge #338, PO Box 608, Hallstead, PA 18822 or please donate to your local animal shelter."

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Thomas J. Drages

Jun 10, 1947 - Dec 21, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Thomas J. Drages, 76, of Hallstead, PA and formerly of Philadelphia, PA entered into rest on December 21, 2023. He is survived by his son, Thomas (Denise) Drages; his grandchildren, Mariah, Thomas, and Leah. Tom was a master carpenter. He was a hard worker and took great satisfaction from a job well done. Tom proudly designed and built the house where he lived in the Endless Mountains. Tom listened to the oldies and loved spending time with his grandchildren who affectionately called him “Mur Pop.” His services will be held privately at the convenience of the family."

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Vickie Valentine

Jul 04, 1945 - Dec 05, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Vickie L. (Gatton) Valentine, age 78, passed into glory on December 5, 2023. Vickie was born on July 4, 1945, the daughter of the late Grover Gatton and Eileen (Hull-Gatton) Midlam. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. Dr. James C. Valentine. Vickie grew up in Delaware, Ohio. She attended Union College in Kentucky. It was there that she met the love of her life, who she affectionately called "Jimmy". They celebrated 56 years of marriage. Together they served the Lord in the United Methodist Church for over 40 years. She has long awaited and looked forward to their reunion. Vickie was an active member of her community where she diligently served in the local food pantry. Vickie had a true servant's heart. She enjoyed teaching the children's message at church and was active in the church's vacation bible school and choir. She enjoyed creative pursuits such as crocheting and baking, which she cheerfully donated to the church for various events. She was a graduate of Mansfield University and earned her master's degree in special education at Marywood University. She taught at the Susquehanna Valley Central School District for 18 years as a primary special education teacher. Every one of her students held a special place in her heart. Her shining stars were her sons. Vickie was a loving and devoted mother to Clifford J. Valentine (Christine) of Dunmore, PA and Cory J. Valentine (Wendy) of Hallstead, PA. Her world was her grandchildren, who she doted on every opportunity she had. Vickie was adored by her six grandchildren, Isaac Valentine, Esther Winters (Arin), Gayle, Elijah, Ella, and Asher Valentine. They will miss their grandma. Her particular joy was baking with all of her grandkids. She had the utmost patience as they joyfully spread flour on her table, chairs, and freshly swept floor. She delighted in their every creation and would leave their sticky handprints on the front door window a day or two for her own enjoyment. She was known for making the most amazing chocolate chip cookies! Family holidays won't be the same without her special touch. She is survived and loved by her sister, Sherrie Williams and brother, Richard Gatton (LuAnn). In lieu of flowers, the Valentines ask that your honor Vickie by treating your loved ones to homemade chocolate chip cookies or make a donation to The Caring Community Food Bank at the Community Methodist Church, P. O. Box 586, Great Bend, PA 18821. "

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Barbara Miller

Dec 01, 1956 - Dec 08, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Barbara Ann Miller, 67, of Hallstead, PA passed away peacefully on December 8, 2023. \u0026nbsp; She is survived by her beloved husband of 46 years, Barry; five children, Jason Miller, Amy (Eric Shoemaker) Miller, Sharon (Charles) Little, Trina Miller, and Tammy Miller; 10 grandchildren, Gavin, Jaylee, Gabrielle, Isabelle, Lacey, Kaleb, Alivia, Chance, Joseph, Abigal; her mother, Mary Birchell; siblings, Susan Huntington, Karen McCall, Larry Birchell; several nieces and nephews; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Edward and Marion Miller; sister-in-law and brothers-in-law, Debbie (Keith) Harrison, David Miller. \u0026nbsp;She was predeceased by a precious daughter, Olivia; and her father, Larry Birchell. \u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; Barbara loved Betty Boop, I Love Lucy, and the color purple. \u0026nbsp; She was a hard worker and devoted to her family, raising five children, and perpetually hosting all their friends, becoming the neighborhood mom. \u0026nbsp; Barbara enjoyed outings with her mom and sisters, their trip to Hawaii, and went on several cruise ships. \u0026nbsp; She was a loyal military wife, moving her family with every assignment change. \u0026nbsp; Barbara had a heart of gold, cared for those around her, and especially gatherings with family and friends. \u0026nbsp; She will be deeply missed and remembered in the lives she touched. \u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; A funeral service will be held at noon, on Wednesday, December 13, 2023 at the Tuttle-Yeisley Funeral Home, Inc. , Hallstead, PA. \u0026nbsp; Friends may call from 10-12,Wednesday, prior to the service. "

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Vicki Valentine

Jul 04, 1945 - Dec 05, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Vickie L. (Gatton) Valentine, age 78, passed into glory on December 5, 2023. Vickie was born on July 4, 1945, the daughter of the late Grover Gatton and Eileen (Hull-Gatton) Midlam. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. Dr. James C. Valentine. Vickie grew up in Delaware, Ohio. She attended Union College in Kentucky. It was there that she met the love of her life, who she affectionately called "Jimmy". They celebrated 56 years of marriage. Together they served the Lord in the United Methodist Church for over 40 years. She has long awaited and looked forward to their reunion. Vickie was an active member of her community where she diligently served in the local food pantry. Vickie had a true servant's heart. She enjoyed teaching the children's message at church and was active in the church's vacation bible school and choir. She enjoyed creative pursuits such as crocheting and baking, which she cheerfully donated to the church for various events. She was a graduate of Mansfield University and earned her master's degree in special education at Marywood University. She taught at the Susquehanna Valley Central School District for 18 years as a primary special education teacher. Every one of her students held a special place in her heart. Her shining stars were her sons. Vickie was a loving and devoted mother to Clifford J. Valentine (Christine) of Dunmore, PA and Cory J. Valentine (Wendy) of Hallstead, PA. Her world was her grandchildren, who she doted on every opportunity she had. Vickie was adored by her six grandchildren, Isaac Valentine, Esther Winters (Arin), Gayle, Elijah, Ella, and Asher Valentine. They will miss their grandma. Her particular joy was baking with all of her grandkids. She had the utmost patience as they joyfully spread flour on her table, chairs, and freshly swept floor. She delighted in their every creation and would leave their sticky handprints on the front door window a day or two for her own enjoyment. She was known for making the most amazing chocolate chip cookies! Family holidays won't be the same without her special touch. She is survived and loved by her sister, Sherrie Williams and brother, Richard Gatton (LuAnn). In lieu of flowers, the Valentines ask that your honor Vickie by treating your loved ones to homemade chocolate chip cookies or make a donation to The Caring Community Food Bank at the Community Methodist Church, P. O. Box 586, Great Bend, PA 18821. "

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Susan Mcaulliffe

Apr 30, 1948 - Nov 29, 2023

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Hallstead, PA

"Susan V. McAulliffe, 75, of Hallstead, PA entered into rest on November 29, 2023. \u0026nbsp;She is survived by her beloved husband of 52 years, Bruce; two children, Joseph (Terra) and Thomas (Kristy); four grandchildren, Jillian, Ronan, Reagan, and Gabriel; a sister, Terri Shea; and several nieces and nephews. \u0026nbsp; She was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Helen Lashinski. \u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; Susan graduated from Blue Ridge High School, Keystone College, and SUNY Binghamton. \u0026nbsp; She worked for Blue Ridge School District in several positions, retiring in1998. \u0026nbsp; Susan enjoyed beauty, decorating for holidays, MacKenzie-Childs dinnerware, caring for her flower gardens, and immersing her family in elegance. \u0026nbsp; Susan was a devoted daughter, caring for her parents. \u0026nbsp;She was an excellent wife and Bruce's best friend. \u0026nbsp; She was a wonderful mother, encouraging her sons to achieve their goals and pursue higher education. \u0026nbsp; She enjoyed seeing their accomplishments and welcomed Terra and Kristy into the family. \u0026nbsp; Her greatest joys were her grandchildren, with whom she developed special relationships and created lasting memories. \u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp;\u0026nbsp; A Celebration of her life will be held at a later date and will be published when available. "

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