JUDY (KERSTETTER) BARNER, 80, of Liverpool died June 18, 2020, at home. Born May 17, 1940, in Bunkertown, Juniata County, to the late Blaine and Ruth (Auker) Kerstetter. Surviving are her husband, Michael W. “Mike” Barner; a son Victor; a daughter Sue (Keith) Byers. Burial in Liverpool Union Cemetery, Liverpool.
CHRYSTAL BARNER, 35, of Lock Haven passed away June 13, 2020 at UPMC Susquehanna, Lock Haven. Born May 13, 1985 in State College, daughter of the late Mike Helwig and Bonnie Barner. Surviving are daughters Andrea, and Ember her fiancée, Zachary Secrest; a half-sister, Lyla Breon.
ANNIE LAURA (AIKEY) UNDERWOOD, 84, of Lock Haven, passed away at Susque-View Home in Lock Haven May 28, 2020. Born in Lock Haven May 13, 1936, daughter of Charles C. and Jennie E. (Reeder) Aikey. Surviving are husband, Phillip H. Underwood of Catawissa; son David Rhinehart; sisters Jane Barton, Shirley Lord and Linda Aikey; stepdaughters Kathy Underwood, Bonnie (Underwood, Sherman) Miller, Lori Underwood and stepson Scott Underwood. In addition to her parents, daughter Susan Sheesley and brother Jim Aikey preceded her in death.
Walter Lamont Barner born in Jersey Shore, PA on August 28, 1933 and Died in Middletown, OH on May 23, 2020. He was the son of Walter J. Barner and Leah G. (Schrack) Barner Walter moved to Middletown in 1950. He was in the Navy from 1952-1956 during the Korean Conflict aboard the Aircraft carrier, the Valley Forge. Following his service in the Navy, he began his career at Armco Steel as a blueprint layout man in the Rigger shop. He worked there for 35 years, retiring in 1991. Walter loved welding and spent much of his free time building … Continue reading →
HARRY E. WAGNER, 81, of Erie, passed away May 13, 2020 at Forestview Nursing Home. Born in Williamsport, Pa., on October 27, 1938, son of John Wesley and Luva (Moore) Wagner. Married Sarah Frances Myhoffer on May 21, 1957. In addition to his wife, he is survived by sons Jeffrey (Carol) Wagner and Keith (Ann Marie) Wagner. Also survived by brothers Charles (Sandy) Wagner, Herb (Bonnie) Wagner, Richard Wagner and sister Sara Hennessey. Harry was preceded in death by daughter Tracey L. Reichard, brothers David, George and John Wagner and sisters Mary Trinidad and Anna Koch. Burial at Laurel Hill Cemetery.
HENRY E. KNARR JR. of Jersey Shore, passed away May 13, 2020, at Manor Care in Jersey Shore. Son to the late Henry E. Knarr Sr. and the former Elizabeth Sents. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by son Arthur J. Knarr; brothers John and James Knarr; and sister Donna Knarr. He is survived by his wife, the former Ann R. Braucht, and his daughters Elizabeth A. (Mack) Miller, Susan J. (Ken) Long, Sally J. (Nels) Engdahl, and Mary Lee (Dennis) Stabley; son, William H. (Brenda) Knarr; brother, Harry Knarr; sister, Patty Taylor. Burial in the Jersey Shore Cemetery.
LOIS E. (FRYE) WEIDLER, 92, of Jersey Shore, passed away May 2, 2020, at Manor Care, Jersey Shore. Married to Bruce H. Weidler
who passed away in 1998. Lois was born Feb. 17, 1928 in Woolrich, daughter of the late Russell W. Frye and Matie (Fulkrod) Frye Vonada. Survived by son Jeffrey W. Weidler (Cathy Fuller); daughter Amy L. Zwald (Stephen); and sisters Esther Simcox, and Sharon Gardner (Doug). Also preceded in death by daughter Ellen. Burial in Rest Haven Memorial Park, Lock Haven.
MAXINE BETTY (WELSHANS) CHARLES, 90, Jersey Shore, passed away March 27, 2020. Born June 22, 1929 in Jersey Shore, daughter of William and Vera Welshans. She married William T. Charles on Nov. 25, 1948. Maxine is survived by sisters Pauline
Reever, Helen (Don) Shemory, and Beverly (Russ) Rhinehart; children Darla Zimmerman, Thomas (Rebecca) Charles, and Dennis
(Leslie) Charles. Maxine was preceded in death by her parents; sisters Marguerite Powers and Esther Kephart; and brothers
Joseph Welshans, Robert Welshans, and William Welshans. Laid to rest in the Jersey Shore Cemetery.
VICTOR S. LIVERMORE JR., 81, of Trout Run, died March 12, 2020 at his home. Survived by his wife of 63 years, Lorraine (Shepard) Livermore. Born Sept. 11, 1938 in Cogan Station, son of the late Victor S. Sr. and Mildred (Hammerstein) Livermore. Surviving in addition to his wife are children Marlene J. Hughes (Earl), Daniel B. Livermore (Janet), Denise M. Trick (Dennis), and Bonnie K. Trick (David); sisters Delores Remick, and Beverly Paulhamus; preceded in death by sister Martha English, and brothers Francis and Samuel Livermore. Burial at Steam Valley Cemetery, Trout Run.