Corll Obituaries Page 2
This is chapter two of the Corll related obituraries. The entries come from many sources and from many people who send the sources to me "REF" i.e. Bob Orr, Jenifer Neff, Diane Hosler,Melvin McGowen, Amanda Corll, etc. Each entry may have the very minimum editing.
Mr. Edward E.Carl (source:Mina Record Feb.3, 1966; ref.Bob Orr): Mr. Edward E. Carl, 54, of 123 S.Mill St., St.Louis, passed away suddenly Saturday evening as the result of a heart attack. Mr.Carl was born In Gradiot County in March 8,1911, the son of Alta and Charles Carl; On August 26, 1933, he was united in marriage to Bernice Shelly of St.Louis and they have since lived in St.Louis for the past 14 years. Mr. Carl had been employed by the Chevrolet Gray Iron Factory in Saginaw. Surviving are his wife Bernice, two daughters, Mrs. Conrad Matthews of Alma, Mrs. Irvin Pettipas of St. Louis, three sons, Leonard and Duane, at home and Donald of Ithaca; seven grandchildren; two sisters. Mrs. Gerald Krotzer of Midland, Mrs. Louis Kovach of rural Brackenridge' two brothers, Harry of St.Louis and Forest of Riverdale. Funeral services were held Tuesday, January 25th at 1:30 , from the Carter Funeral Home in St.Louis. The Rev. Paul L. VanSyoc of Ithaca officiated and burial was at the Oak Grove Cem. in St. Louis.
Mr. Glenn Mulder (source-The Grand Rapids Press Mar.15,1988; ref. Bob Orr): Mr. Glenn Mulder, 63, of Coopersville, passed away Monday morning. He operated the Ford Dealership in Coopersville along with his family from 1930 to 1966. He is survived by his wife, Delores, "Polly", his son Doug of Lamont; Jeff of Coopersville; two brothers Theordore of Coopersville, James of West Olive and one sister Lucille Mulder of Florida and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Wed. 1:30 pm at the Throop Funeral Home. Coopersville. Rev. Bruce VanDusseldorp officiating. Internmant:Coopersville Cem. Visitation hours 7 to 9 pm Tuesday evening.
Vern C.Wehr (source-Warren Tribune Chronicle, Tues. Jan.17,1967; ref.Bob Orr): Vern C. Wehr, 61, 477 Ferndale Ave., died of a heart ailment at 11:05 am Monday in the South Side Hospital. Born here June 1,1905, the son of Mark P. and Anna (CORLL) Wehr, he was employed as a special agent on the intelligence division of the Internal Revenue Service for 22 years; retiring four years ago. Survivors include his wife, Leona (Mook) Wehr, whom he married in 1926; three sons. Vern of Pelham,NY; Glenn of Ellsworth, Ralph of Columbiana and nine grandchildren. Services will be held Thursday at 3 pm at the Davis-Velker Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Lake Park Cem. Friends may call at the funeral home 7 to 9 PM Wednesday.
Arthur Mackellar (source-Grand Rapids Press. Apr.10,1964. ref: Bob Orr): Arthur Mackeller, age 67, of 1214 Bradford, NE passed away Thursday morning at the St. Mary's Hospital. He is survived by five sons' Wendall of Mt.Vernon,NY; William of Grand Rapids; George of Holt; John of Grand Haven and James of Kalkaska; 22 grandchildren; two sisters Mrs. Marquarite Ferguson of Pellston and Mrs. Ella Rodabough of Kalkaska; four brothers William of Owosso, Edward of Wesleyville, PA, Frank of Kalaska and Floyd of Grand Rapids. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 1:30 pm at the DeVries Funeral Home, Rev. Charles Fullmer officiating. Internment Chapel Hill Memorial Park. Mr. Mackellar reposes at the chapel where friends and relatives may meet the family, Friday from 7 to 9 PM.
Norma Jean Laug (Source-Grand Rapids Press Dec.28,2000; ref.Bob Orr): Norma Jean Laug, age 71, of Spring Lake, died Tuesday, Dec. 26,2000. She is survived by her children: Karen (Daniel) O'Brien of Ada, Claudia (Paul) Dauchy of Grand Rapids; brother Ronald (Dhyana) Laug of N. Palm Beach, FL; sister Carolyn Booth of Naples, FL; grandchildren: Koley, Molly and Kelly O"Brien; Herbert DeYoung, Dorothy Hendricks' great grandchildren:Kayleigh and Kara Hendricks. Funeral services will be Friday, 2:00 pm at the O"Brien- Eggebeen-Gerst Chapel, 3980 Cascade Rd., SE ; Rev. Raymond Gaylord, officiating. Internment:Coopersville Cem. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one's chioce.
Mrs. Earl Corll "Lettie" (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Dec.11,1971; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Earl Corll,88, of the Paisley Home, 1408 Mahoning Ave., died of complications following surgery on a broken hip at 6:30 am today in the South Side Hospital. Mrs. Corll was born Mar. 29,1883, in Austintown, a daughter of George and Lucy (Crum)Hamman. She was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church. Her husband Earl, died in 1940. She leaves a son,Edward F. of Lakewood,PA, and several nieces and nephews. Services at the Shriver-Allison North Side Chapel.
Kenneth D. Carll (source-Morning Sun,MI July 13,1985; ref. Bob Orr): Kenneth D. Carll,60, of Paris died Friday, July 12,1985, at Central Michigan Community Hospital, in Mt. Pleasant. Services are scheduled for 2 PM Tuesday at the Berry Funeral Home in Shepherd with Pastor Wayne Parker officiating. Burial will be at the Seville Twp. Cem in Gratiot CO,MI. Friends may call at the funeral home until the time of service. Mr. Carll was born July 13,1924, in Seville Twp., Gratiot CO.,MI to Autta and Sylvia (Wellman) Carll. he is survived by his wife, Margaret, ten sons: Dale of Millington; Lyle of Crystal; Irwin of AL; Eugene of Edmore; Dallas of Vassar; Eli of Shepherd; and Billy, Timothy and John and Clifford Parlow, all of Paris; three daughters: Gloria Smith of Crystal; Diana Monro of FL; Marlene Woodhall of McBride; a brother Stephen "John" Carll of Riverside, and three sisters: Joyce Magrys of Montrose; Lavada Vaughn of Shepherd and Zelpha Munsey of FL.
Emery Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator May 12,1967; ref. Bob Orr): Emery Corll, 65, 3052 S. Canfield Niles Rd., died of a heart attack at 5 PM Thursday Manor, Mineral Ridge. Mr. Corll was born Aug.13, 1901 in Austintown Twp., a son of Martin and Etta (Flick) Corll and retired from the Eire Railroad in 1960. His wifemthe former Ella Bostonm whom he married in July,1931, died in 1951. He leaves a sister, Mrs. May Butzer of Youngstown and two brothers: Arthur of Canfield and Homer of Salem. Services will be held at 1:30 PM ,Monday at the Austintown Chapel of Lane Funeral Home where friends may call 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Boston Corll (source-Warren Tribune Chronicle, Mar.28,1951; Ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Ella Boston Corll, 47, 3052 Niles Canfield, Rd., Smith Corners, died in Youngstown South Side Hospital at 7:30 PM Tuesday. Born in McKeesport,PA, Nov. 1,1903 she moved to this area 15 years ago. Surviving are her husband, Emery, two brothers: Charles and Arthur Boston, both of McKeesport,PA and her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bring, McKeesport,PA. The body is at the Lane Funeral Home in Mineral Ridge where services will be held at 2 pm Friday in charge of Rev. Charles Stevens. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight and Thursday evening.
Freeman P. Corll (source-Michigan Deaths; ref. Diane Hosler): Freeman P. Corll,78,died at his home in Spring Lake. He had resided in the village the past ten years. Suviving are the widow and the following children: Mrs. Alfred Porter of Spring Lake, Mrs, George Lang of Coopersville, Mrs. Perry Porter of Muskegon Heights, Mrs. Clarence Rittenhouse of Allendale, Mrs. Luther Mulder of Coopersville, Mrs. George Rittenhouse of Lowel, and Mrs. Fred Rittinhouse of Coopersville; a brother Levi of Youngstown,OH, and a sister Mrs.,Susie Moyer of Warren, OH also survive. Funeral at the home Saturday. Burial in Spring Lake Cem.
Mrs. Grace Porter (Muskegon Chronicle Dec. 22, 1964; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Grace Porter, 82, who lived with a daughter, Mrs. Elenore Phelps, 1059 Summit Ave., died Monday at Osteopathic Hospital following a long illness. Born Nov. 20, 1882 in Youngstown, OH, Mrs. Porter was educated there. She moved to Muskegon in 1918 after living in Indiana and Ottawa County. The former Grace CORLL, she married Perry Porter in Crockery Twp., Ottawa CO, April 13,1899. He died in 1947. Mrs. Porter was a member of the Royal Neighbors and the Victory Circle. Surviving are two sons: Cecil of Muskegon Heights and Harold of Temperence; four daughters: Mrs. Clyde Nuttall and Mrs. Clyde Johnson, both of Muskegon, Mrs. Harold Barney of Spring Lake and Mrs. Elenora Phelps of Roosevelt Park; five sisters: Mrs. Anna Porter pf Grand Haven, Mrs. Carrie Laug of St. Petersburg,FL, Mrs. Minnie Mulder of Coopersville, Mrs. George Rittenhouse of Nunica and Mrs. Fred Kloosterhouse of Coopersville and 22 grandchildren and 38 great grandchildren. (ref. Muskegon Chronicle Dec. 23,1964) Mrs. Grace A. Porter 1059 W Summit Roosevelt Park,MI ....The funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the Lee Funeral Home, the Rev.Freeman Whetstone, Pastor of the Oakwood Baptist Church, officiating. Mrs. Porter will be laid to rest in the Mona View. Friends may call at the funeral home.
Mrs. Bessie L. Porter (source-Monroe Evening News, Monroe,MI-Apr.23,1984; Ref. Diane R. Hosler): Mrs. Bessie L. Porter, 79, of 641 Orchard St.. a member of the Bedford Senior Citizens, died Sunday evening in Morey Hospital, Toledo. Friends Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in Ottawa Hills Memorial Park Cem. Friends may call today and until services at 1 pm Tuesday in the Farnham Funeral Home. The Rev. Jeffrey W.Dinner of Lambertville United Methodist Church will officiate and burial will be in the Ottawa Mills Memorial Park, Toledo. The daughter of Clarence and Lottie (Walter) Wagner, she was born July 18,1904 in Dekalb Countyy,IN. She married Harold Porter Oct. 22,1924, in Butler, IN. He died Jan, 19,1969. She is survived by 3 sons: Carl of Zephryhills,FL; Allen of Ocala.FL and Richard of Eire; a daughter, Mrs. James (Marjorie) Fosgate of Temperence; a brother Frank Wagner of Auburn, IN; a sister Mrs. Ora (Dorothy) Dirr of Hamilton,IN; 18 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
Harry Harold Carl (source-Gratiot County Herald, MI July 29,1971; ref. Bob Orr):Harry Harold Carl,55,of 123 Locust St., St.Louis,MI passed away July 18, at the Gratiot Community Hospital in Alma. He had been in poor health for the last 16 years. Mr. Carl was born in Seville Twp., Gratiot CO, son of Alta and Charles Carl, and has since lived in Gratiot CO. Surviving are his widow, Mary Elizabeth Carl, one daughter Mrs. Henry Jones of Alma; one son, Richard of Jackson. three grandchildren; two sisters Mrs. George Krotzer of Midland and Mrs. Louis Kovach of rural Breckenridge and a brother Forrest of Riverdale. Funeral services were Wednesday, from the Carter Funeral Home in St.Louis, The Rev. Raymond Fish, of St.Louis officiated and burial was in the Oak Grove Cem. in St.Louis.
Dale Carl (source-St.Louis Leader Press, Aug.21,1958; ref. Bob Orr): Dale Car, 11, dies Thursday. Eleven year old Dale Lavern Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carl of 523 S. Mill St. passed away Thursday morning at the Ingham County Chest Hospital. The youngster had been hospitalized at the Gratiot Community Hospital three weeks before being transferred to Lansing. Born July 28, 1947, Dale always lived in St.Louis and attended school here. Funeral services were Saturday from Crandall-Carter Funeral Home. Rev.John Scott officiated with burial in Oak grove Cem. (Source-Gratiot County Herald, Aug.21, 1958, ref. Bob orr): Dale Lavern Carl, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carl, 123 South Mill, St.Louis, died Thursday at the Ingham County Chest Hospital in Lansing. The funeral was held Thursday at Crandell-Carter Funeral Home, St.Louis. Burial was in Oak grove. Dale was born July 28, 1947, in Gratiot CO. He leaves his parents, two sisters: Mrs. Conrad Mathews of Alma and Barbara at home; three brothers: Leonard. Donald, and Duane at home, and his grandfather Charles Carl of St.Louis.
Mrs. Lottie Smith Reardon (source-Youngstown Vindicator Mar.11,1951; Ref.Bob Orr): Mrs. Lottie Smith Reardon, aged 74, of 2332 Niles-Canfield Rd. died at 1:25 PM Saturday at her home following a heart attack. Born Feb 27,1877, in Cornersburg, Mrs. Reardon was a daughter of Frank and Mary Ellen (Lynn) Corll. She was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church of Cornersburg,OH. Mrs. Reardon leaves two daughters: Mrs. Jay Snuder and Mrs. Albin Deron, both of Austintown,OH. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm Tuesday in the Zion Lutheran Church, where the body will be taken at noon Tuesday to lie in state until time of service. Friends may call Monday evening at the Shriver-Allison South Side Funeral Home.
Mrs. Lillie Lowers (source-Necrology File: Sharon Library, Sharon,PA Jun. 5,1968; Ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Lillie Lowers of the Methodist Home, Meadville,PA; formerly of Stoneboro and Greenfield, died at 8:15 PM Wednesday in Meadville City Hospital after an extended illness. She was 84. Mrs. Lowers had been a patient in the home since March 28. Born in Clarks Mills, Feb.23,1884, she was the daughter of James and Alice CORLL Simons. She had lived in Clarks Mills, Stoneboro and Greenville. She was married to Fred Heckman who died in 1925. In 1929 she was married to Bert Lowers who died in 1935. Mrs. Lowers taught music for 25 years. She was a member of Stoneboro Methodist Church. Surviving are a brother, Mont Simons of Clarks Mills; and a sister Mrs. Rowene Hazen of Waterford, PA. A daughter Doris and another sister preceded her in death. Internment was made in the Oak Hill Cem.
John Corll (source-Hubbard News Reporter, Hubbard,OH Mar.28,1963; Ref. Bob Orr): John Corll-Rev. Phillip Thorne conducted funeral services on Monday at 2 pm in the Kelley Funeral Home for John Corll, 84, of RD-2, Mill St., Hubbard,OH. Mr. Corll died at 2 am Mar.23 at his residence after a short illness. Burial was in the Maple Grove Cem. Mr. Corll was born March 8,1879 in Hubbard, the son of William and Mary Elizabeth (Karney) Corll. A life long resident of Hubbard, he was a retired farmer and a member of the First Presbyterian Church. He leaves one brother,William Corll of Hubbard and several nieces and nephews. Kelly and Son Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Bert Lowers (Source-Greenville Record Argus, Nov.4,1935; Ref.Bob Orr): Bert Lowers, age 72 years, died Sunday, Nov.3,1935, ay 4:20 am in his home in Stoneboro. He was born Jan.20,1863, in Sharon,PA, a son of Nathan and Lavina Lowers. Mr. Lowers had resided in Stoneboro since his childhood. He was married to Jane Proud in June of 1883 and following his wife's death on March 19, 1928, was susequently united in marriage to Mrs. Lillie Heckman of Stoneboro on May 30,1929. Mr. Lowers has served as a conductor for the Nrw York Central Railroad, retiring Feb.1,1922, He was a member of the Stoneboro 1.0.0.f. and the Franklin Lodge F.O.E. Surviving are his wife, two children,William of Franklin, and Paul of New Castle; a grandson,Jack; a brother S.W.Lowers at Sherman,New York. Services in charge of Rev. H. A. Sayers will be conducted from the late home at 2 pm Tuesday, Nov. 5, with burial in the Oak Hill Cem.
Miles A.Corll(Source-Record Argus Nov.22,1939; Ref. Bob Orr): Miles A. Corll, 76,of East Fairfield Twp., Crawford CO,PA, died Tuesday evening in his home following a long period of failing health. Mr.Corll was a well known farmer of the township and was a member of St.Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church. He is survived by his widow. and one daughter, Mrs. Ida McClimans of Cleveland, and a brother Emmet Corll of Atlantic and seven grandchildren. The remains were moved to the E.J. Flemming Funeral Home in Cochranton and will be returned this afternoon to the last residence where friends may call and where services will be held Friday afternoon at 1:oclock. Internment will be in the Sandy Lake Cem.
Mont H. Simons (source-The Sharon Herald, Oct.27,1968; ref. Bob Orr): Mont H. Simons, Clarks Mills, RD-1, died at 6:30 am Sunday in Greenville Hospital. He was 81. Mr. Simons had served as rural mail carrier out of the Clarks Mills Post Office for 39 years. He was also a farmer and school teacher. Born in Perry Twp., Feb.15,1887, he was the son of James W. and Alice (CORLL) Simons. He married Matilda Berringer on Dec.28,1910. She survives. Mr. Simons was a member of the United Methodist Church of Clarks Mills and of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge, Sheakleyville. He also belonged to the Rural Mail Carriers Association. He had attended the old Fredonia Institute. Surviving, besides his widow, are one son Mont H. Simons, Jr. Greenville Rd. 1; four daughters Mrs. Norman (Aletha) Laver and Mrs. Ralph (Dorothy) Helstern, both of Greenville, RD-1; Mrs. James (Rachel) Grimm, Girard, OH and Mrs. Kenneth (Eva Mae) Rhodes, San Miguel,CA; 13 grandchildren; six great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Roene Hazen, Waterford,PA. Two sisters, Mrs. Lillie Lowers and Mrs. Jessie Snyder preceded him in death. He was buried in Perry Chapel Cem., Clarks Mills, PA
Mrs. Vida Corrall (CORLL) (source- Youngstown Vindicator, Sept.27, 1926; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Vida Corrall ,Hubbard Teacher, dies Sept.25. She was a former Youngstown school teacher. Died Friday at 12:30 PM of a cerebral hemmorage. Mrs. Corrall was 44 years of age. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and honorary member of the Progressive Club of Hubbard. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. S.D. Roberts of Hubbard and Mrs. Lemuel Lingstreet of Youngstown; and four brothers: Freeman, William. John and Milton, all of Hubbard,OH. Funeral services will be held Monday at three pm at the house of her sister, Mrs. Roberts in W. Liberty St.. Internment will be in the Maple Grove Cem.
Mrs. Alice Corll Simons (source-Greenville Record Argus, Sept.27,1937; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Alice Corll Simons-Funeral services in the memory of Mrs. Alice Corll Simons who died Saturday at her home in Perry Twp. were conducted at 2:30 oclock this afternoon, Monday, Sept.27,1937, from the late residence. Rev. W.J. Small,her pastor, officiating and burial followed in the Hadley Cem. Mrs. Simons, widow of James W. Simons, died at 3:30 PM Saturday, Sept.25, at the age of 75 years, 3 months and 10 days, was boen June 14,1862 in Perry Twp. a daughter of Israel and Mary O'Shall Corell. She was married to James W. Simons Sept. 26,1882 and he preceded her in death on Jan.24, 1932. Mrs. Simons was a member of the Clarks Mills Methodist Episcopel Church and its organizations. Suviving are a son, Mont H. Simons of Perry Twp.; three daughters, Mrs. Lillie Lowers of Transfer; Mrs. Jessie Snyder of Sharon and Mrs. Roene Hazen of Hadley. Other survivors include two brothers: Miles Corll of Meadville and Emmett Corll of Atlantic and ten grandchildren.
James Wilson Simons (source-Greenville Record Argus, Jan.25,1932; ref.Bob Orr):James Wilson Simons,age 76, died Sunday, January 24,1932 at 6:30 PM at his home in Perry Twp. He was the son of the late Joseph and Susan Heasley Simons and was born on the farm where he died May 5, 1932 (?). He spent his entire life in the Perry Twp. vicinity. On Sept. 26,1882 he was married to Alice Corll, also of Perry Twp. Mr. Simons was a member of the Clarks Mills Episcopal Church and the Pleasant Ridge Grange. He is survived by his wife, a son,Mont M. of Perry; three daughters: Lily,wife of Bert Lowers, Stoneboro; Jesse,wife of Howard Snyder, Shaton; Lorena at home; nine grandchildren; one brother W.H.Simons, Clarks Mills, four sisters- Mrs. O.O. McLean, Fairview Twp; Mrs. J.E.Hoover, Kinsman.OH; Mrs. J.R.Knapp. Greenville; Mrs Lucille VonNess, North Salem; Mrs. Clara NcMichael of Mekeesport and another sister is dead. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 pm at the Clarks Mills M.E. Church with Mr. Simons nephew, the Rev. W.C.McLean officiating assisted by L.V. Oviatt of Clarks Mills. Internment will follow in the Hadley Cem.
Mrs. Dorothy Laug (source- Ref. Dianne Hosler): Mrs. Dorothy Laug,age 90, of Naples,FL, formerly of Coopersville,MI, passed away Sept.28,1997, in Naples,FL. She was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. Forrest Laug, Sept.3,1996. Mr. Laug was the founder of the Michigan Bulb Co. and active in many civic and area affairs. She is survived by her children: Carolyn (Laug) Booth of Grand Rapids, Norma Laug of FL and Ronald Laug of FL and eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren, also four great great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, 1:30 pm at the Throop Funeral Home, Coopersville with Rev. Robert Van Zyl officiating. Burial in Coopersville Cem. Friends and relations may meet the Laug family 7 to 9 pm Monday. Memorial contributions in memory of Mrs. Laug may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Mr. Forrest C. Laug (source-ref. Diane Hosler): Forrest C. Laug ,age 90, of Grand Rapids and Naples,FL passed away Tuesday, Sept.3,1996, in Naples,FL. Mr. Laug was born Nov.18,1905 in Coopersville, MI He founded and operated the Michigan Bulb Co. in Grand Rapids, which has grown to one of the largest Mail order Bulb and Flower Companies in the U.S. Mr. Laug loved the game of golf and purchased the Highlands Golf Club in Grand Rapids. He was a member of the Wilderness Country Club in Naples,FL. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, children Carolyn Laug, both of Grand Rapids, Norma Laug of FL. Ronald Laug of FL ,eight grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren four great great grandchildren. two brothers: Gerald Laug of NC and Louis Laug of FL and a sister Genevieve Hosler of Grand Rapids; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday 1 :00 PM at the Throop Funeral Home, Coopersville with burial in the Coopersville Cem. Visitation hours: 7 to 9 pm Thursday evening at the funeral home. Memorial contributions in memory of Mr.Laug may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Milton Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Oct.30,1937; ref Bob Orr): Milton Corll, age 71, died at 6:30 pm Friday at his home,Mill St. Mr. Corll was born in Hubbard, Sept.10,1866. He leaves three brothers. William. John and Freeman, all of Hubbard and one sister, Mrs.Lemuel Longstreet, Youngstown. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Monday at the Anderson Funeral Home, where friends may call anytime. Burial will be in the Maple Grove Cem.
Ethel Snyder (Youngstown Vindicator, Mar.30,2000; Ref. Bob Orr): Services will be at 11 am Saturday in the Zion Lutheran Church for Ethel Snyder, 94, of Ron Joy Nursing Home, Boardman, formerly of Ohltown Road, Austintown, who died Wednesday morning at the nursing home. Mrs. Snyder was born Oct. 2,1905 in Austintown, a daughter of James A. and Lottie M. (CORLL) Smith. She was a farmer and a member of the church and the Mahoning County Farm Bureau for more than 50 years. Her husband, Jay P., whom she married July 23, 1923, died June 14, 1968. There are no known survivors; a sister Mary Alice Derin is deceased. Friends may call one hour before the service in the church. Arrangements are by the Lane Funeral Home,Canfield,OH
William S. Corll (source- Ref.Bob Orr): Rev. Phillip Thorne conducted funeral services at 2 pm Thursday at the Kelley and Son Funeral Home for William S. Corll, 92, of R.D.-2. Mill St., Hubbard,OH. Mr. Corll died at 7 am Apr. 23 at his home. Internment was in the Maple Grove Cem. Mr. Corll was born July 5,1870, in Hubbard, a son of William and Mary Elizabeth Kearney Corll, a retired farmer, he was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and a former Sunday School superintendent there. A brother John died Mar.23, Mr. Corll leaves a niece, Mrs.Mae Ditmansen of Hubbard, and two nephews Raymond Corll of Weirton,WV and Gerald Evans of Sharon, PA. Kelley and Son Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Emily Etta Clemons (ref.Bob Orr): Emily Etta Clemons, 81, of 414 South 17th St., died Tuesday in a local hospital. Resident 13 years, homemaker, Survivors: son Walter B. Hugh of Las Vegas; brother, Don Corll, Iowa; sister Adeline Miller of CA; four grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Services 12:30 pm Saturday at Palm Chapel with the Rev. Dominick Tamietti officiating, Burial in Palm Memorial Park Mortuary.
Alice Miller (ref. Ted Miller): Alice Miller passed away on Aug.22,2008 (?) at the Knolls of Oxford. Alice was born in Cleveland,OH on Apr. 14,1912 to Emily and Joseph Truesdell. She graduated from East High School in Cleveland and attended Miami University with her high school sweetheart Frank Miller during the early "30s. She and Frank were married for 73 years, raised their children in the Smith Euclid Lynhurst area and Chagrin Falls, OH In 1980 they retired to Oxford, a dream since their college years. Alice is survived by Frank; children Ted Miller of Edinburg,VA; Will Miller (Columbus,OH); and Corll Morrissey (Renton,VA). Her oldest, Marilyn Hess, (Portland,OR), passed away in 2003. Alice has 9 grandchildren and a eight great grandchildren, each with the spirit of education, independence,humor and adventure modeled by their grandmother. She is also survived by her close friend since college at Miami, Catherine Swift of Oxford.
Lyle Mackellar (source-Grand Rapids Press, Oct.8,1955; ref. Bob Orr):Lyle Mackeller, aged 54, of 1333 Laughlin Dr.,NW, passed away unexpectedly Friday evening in St.Mary's Hospital. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Olive Mackellar, a daughter Mrs. James E. Cox,Jr., of Saginaw; a son Warren I. Mackellar of Grand Rapids; three grandchildren; three sisters: Mrs. Amanda Belcher, and Mrs. Ella Rodabaugh of Kalkasha, Mrs. Margaret Ferguson of Pellston; six brothers: William of Owosso, Edward of Wesleleyville, PA; Frank of Kalkaska; LaVerne of Paris,MI; Arthur and Floyd of Grand Rapids. Mrs. Mackellar reposes at the Art Mortuary, where funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Internment: Fairplains Cem.
George Neff (source-Youngstown Telegram, Aug.30,1920; ref. Jennifer Neff): George Neff, husband of Angeline nee Corll; 9-5-1842 to 8-30-1920; 77y, 11m, 25 d, a lifelong resident of Mahoning County, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ella Clay, 642 Marshall, at 3 AM Monday, following a long illness of a complication of diseases. Mr. Neff was born in Austintown, Sept.5,1842, son of late Jonas and Sallie (Rowe) Neff. Fifty-six years ago he was married to Miss Angeline CORLL. She preceded him in death 36 years ago. For many years Mr. Neff was a well known farmer of this vicinity but he had been retired from his active work for some time. He had made his home with his daughter in Youngstown for four years. He belonged to the Smith Corners Evangelical Church. Surviving are three daughters and seven sons: Mrs. Ella Clay with whom he made his home; Mrs. Sadie Laughlin,city; Mrs. Lester Baird, Canfield; William, Henry, Martin, Irwin, George and Orris, city; Ivan and Arthur,West Austintown; He also leaves a brother Eli ,Austintown; two sisters: Mrs. Levi Raver and Mrs. Cornelius CORLL, Cornersburg, 18 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The funeral will be at 1 pm Wednesday at the residence;at 1:30 PM at the Smith Corners Evangelical Church. The FUNERAL WILL BE AT 1 PM WEDNESDAY AT THE RESIDENCE AT 1:30;Rev. Cope of Canfield officiating,internment in the Smih Corners Cem. Burial Sept.1,1920 Smith Corners Cem. Austintown Twp..,Mahoning CO.,OH
Dr.Charles Beldon Miller (source-Plain Dealer:Cleveland, Mar.30,2004; ref.Bob Orr): Dr. Charles Beldon Miller, M.D.,96, of Largo,FL died Mar.29,2004. Born in Avonmore,PA he was educated in the Cleveland Public School System. He graduated from Wittenberg College in Springfield,OH and earned his medical degree from Hannelman Medical School in Philadelphia.PA in 1932. Dr.Miller became the Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Grace Hospital, West 14th St. Cleveland,OH in the 1950s. He was married to Edna Eleene Morris in 1929, loving wife of 55 years and mother of three children. He is survived by his second wife Lillian N. Miller,Largo; daughter Lee Callaghan , Safety Harbor; son Charles E. Miller ,Hoover Point; son John T. Miller, Largo; Dewey T. Hamblin, Lakeland; 50 grand to great great grandchildren. Memorial donations can be made to Gulfcoast Legal Services,Inc 641 First St. South, St.Petersburg,FL 33701.
Mrs. Dorris H.McClearn (source- Argus, June 21, 1926; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Doris H. McClearn, 31, formerly of Stoneboro, died in the state sanitarium at Hamburg,PA early today. She was a graduate of the Stoneboro High School and was employed at Polk. She was married a year ago to Clarence McClearn. Contracting tuberculosis she was taken to Hamburg last February and her condition became serious only two weeks ago. She is survived by her mother Mrs. Lilly Heckman of Polk in addition to her husband. The body will be brought to Stoneboro for internment.
John J. Corll (source- Greenville Advance Argus, Jan.16,1919; Meadville Tribune; Ref. Bob Orr): John J. Corll, a well known farmer of East Fairfield, residing on the Franklin Pike died Wednesday morning about 1 o'clock in Spencer Hospital following an operation for appendicitus. He leaves a wife and daughter-age three months; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Miles Corll of Grove City, a brother Harry of Sandy Lake, and a sister Mrs. Earl McClimans of Sandy Lake. He was a member of the Sandy M.E. church and the Harrison, NE I,O,O,F. also Shaw;s Landing Grange. The remains were shipped to Sandy Lake on Friday where the funeral and internment will take place.j
Floyd F. Corll (source-Ref.Bob Orr): Floyd F. Corll, age 34,died at his home in 411 South Main Street, at 4:30 am, Wednesday of complications. Mr. Corll was the son of Emmett and Lena Corll and was born in Perry Twp. Dec.24,1899. he was married to Miss Helen Moyer, who survives him along with a son and Mr. Corll's father. Mr. Corll was baptized a member of the Jerusalem Lutheran Church and was made a member of the Lutheran Evangelical Church here. He was a member of the 100F at Sheakleyville. Funeral services will be held from the home Friday at 2 pm Rev. W.E. Eisenberg will conduct the services with Rev. Raymond Mornewick assisting. Burial will be made in the Hadley Cem.
Mrs.Constance M. Corll (source-Sharon Herald Feb.6,1973 (ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Constance M. Corll, wife of John J. Corll, 649 North hermitage Road, Hickory Twp., died at 5:30 am today at the Sharon General Hospital after a five month illness. She was 43. Mrs. Corll had worked 15 years as a nurse in the obstetrical department of the Sharon General Hospital, and was a member of the Pennsylvania Nurses' Association. She was born in Vanderift, PA June 19,1929, to Edward L. amd Constance (Clarke) Miller. She was a member of the Hickory Methodist Church. She graduated in 1947 from the New Castle,PA High School and from John Hopkins School of Nursing, Baltimore in 1952. besides her husband whom she married Aug. 29,1932, she leaves two daughters: Constance Bess and Gretchen Ann, both at home; two sons: John J. III of Sharon and Clarke Edward at home; her mother and a brother, Jack E. Miller, both of New Castle. Burial was made in the Hillcrest Cem.
William J. Rupright (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Mar.1,1964; ref. Bob Orr): William J. Rupright,74,formerly of 5235 Kirk Rd., died of cancer at 1:15 pm Saturday at the home of his daughter Mrs. Lena Pantea, 3018 S. Meridian Rd. where he lived for five months. Mr. Rupright was born Apr.1,1889, in Austintown Twp., a son of George and Sherry (Neff) Rupright. He lived in Austintown all his life, and was a fireman at the Mahoning County Tuberculosis Sanatorium for 16 years until retiring. His wife,the former Nora V. Corll, died in 1957. Beides his daughter with whom he lived, he leaves six other daughters: Mrs. Vera Shepard of Salem; Mrs. Ada Devan of Lisbon; Mrs. Edna Neff of Van Nuys,CA; Mrs. Hattie Jones of Burbank,CA; Mrs. Gladys Kochera of Granada Mills,CA; and Mrs. Virginia Conrad of San Fernando,CA; three sons: Carl in Austintown; Robert in Greenfield and Richard in Northridge,CA; two half brothers: Alfred Greier and Cyril Greier, both in Austintownl, 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm Tuesday at the Austintown Chapel of Lane Funeral Home where friends may call Monday evening.
William J. Rupright (source - Mahoning Dispatch, Mar.6,1964): William J. Rupright, 74,of Smith Corners, died Saturday afternoon in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lena Pantea, following the illness of several months. Born in Austintown Twp., Apr.1,1889, he was the son of George and Sherry (Neff) Rupright, and was a life resident of the locality. For many years he was employed by the Altimo Culture Co. in Canfield and un til his retirement had been a fireman of the Mahoning County Tuberculosis Sanitorium for sixteen years. His wife, the former Nora Corll died in 1957,(sic 1951),. Besides Mrs. Pantea, he leaves six other daughters: Mrs. Vera Shepard of Salem, Mrs. Ada Devan of Lisbon, Mrs,Edna Neff of Van Nuys,CA; Mrs. Hattie Jones of Burbank,CA; Mrs, George Kochera of Grenada Mills,CA and Mrs..... same as above
Orris D. Neff(source-Youngstown Vindicator, July 15,1968; ref. Bob Orr): Orris D. Neff, 85, of Raccoon Rd., Canfield, a former Mahoning County employee, died of a cerebral hemmorage at 2:20 pm Sunday,at his residence after a six month illness. Mr. Neff was born May 21,1883 in Youngstown. He had been a resident of Austintown for 59 years. He had retired nine years ago from the Mahoning County Engineering Dept. Beside his wife, the former Colon Fink, whom he married in 1909, he leaves three sons: Leroy, William and Irvin, all of Youngstown, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 PM Wednesday at the Lane Funeral Home Austintown Chapel where friends may call from 7 to 9 pm today and Tuesday.
Mrs. Colon Neff (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Mar.21,1976; Ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Colon E. Neff, 87, of 3385 South Raccoon Rd., died of a cerebral hemmorage at 9:20 am Saturday in the South Side Hospital. Mrs. Neff was born July 4, 1889 in Austintown, a daughter of George and Lestie (Ripple) Fink. She was a member of the Pembrook Chapel Church. Her husband ,Orris, to whom she was married in 1909, died in 1968. She leaves three sons: William and Irvin, both of Youngstown, and Leroy of New Springfield; two sisters: Mrs. Dorothy Baringer and Mrs Alice Leonard both of Austintown ;seven grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Services will be held 1 pm Monday in the Lane Funeral Home Austintown Chapel. where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm ,today. burial Mar.22,1976, New Brunstetter Cem, Row 23, Austintown Twp., Mahoning County,OH
D.Earl McClimans (source-Greenville Record Argus, Apr.29,1939; ref. Bob Orr) D.Earl McClimans, a native of Mercer County, died at 3. AM today, Saturday, Apr.29, at his home in Cleveland following a heart attack. Mr. McClimans was born in Sandy Lake and was united in marriage to Iva Corll of that place. Survivi ng are his wife, Mrs. Iva M. McClimans, a daughter Elnor, at home and a sister, Mrs. Alice Marshall of Sandy Lake. Funeral services from the late home will be conducted Monday evening to be followed by later services on Tuesday afternoon, May 2 from the home of Mrs. Marshall in Sandy Lake, Burial will follow in Sandy Lake Cem.
Israel Corll ((ref. Bob orr): Israel Corll died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.W. Simons, of Perry Twp., Friday morning. He was born in Hubbard, OH, Oct.30, 1836, but had spent most of his life in the Corll homestead on the Pike in Perry Twp. After his wife's death, Dec. 12,1926, he had since made his home with his daughter. He is survived by the daughter and two sons; M.A. Corll of Cochranton and E.O.Corll of Greenville, also seven grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held today at 1:30 pm at the daughter's home in charge of Rev. W.R. Ross. Burial was made in the Hadley Cem.
Mrs. Israel Corll (source-Greenville Record Argus Dec. 16,1926; Ref. Bob Orr): Clask Mills-Mrs. Corll Dies- Mrs. Israel Corll died Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. Simons. Funeral Wednesday with burial at Hadley. (next source- Greenville Record Argus, Dec.16,1926) Mrs. Israel Corll died at the home of her daughter Mrs; James Simons near Clarks Mills will be buried in the Hadley Cem. on Wednesday afternoon. The deceased was aged and respected citizen of Perry Twp. having been a resident of this community all her life. She is survived by her husband Israel Corll, two sons: Miles of Meadville and Simon of Clarks Mills. (next source-Record Argus, Dec.17,1926) Mrs. Israel Corll of Clarks Mills died Dec.12, aged 89 years, following an illness of six days. Surviving are a husband and three children: Mrs, J.W. Simons of Clarks Mills, Miles of near Greenville and Emmett of Greenville in addition to seven grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Bassett of the M.E. church and burial was made in the Hadley Cm. Mrs. Corll was a member of the Lutheran Church.
Richard G. Rupright (source-Youngstown Vindicator,Jan.28,2000; ref. Bob Orr):A memorial service will be held at 10:00 am Saturday at Smith Corners Cem. for Richard G. Rupright,67, of 10680 Middleton Rd., who died Tuesday evening of cancer at his home. Mr. Rupright was born June 11,1932, in Youngstown, a son of William and Nora (CORLL) Rupright. He was a truck mechanic for Holly Beverage for 20 years before retiring in 1992. He leaves a daughter, Mrs.Nora Creps of Youngstown, a sister Mrs. Hattie Pierce of Burbank,CA and two grandchildren. A daughter,Miss Karen Rupright, six sisters and two brothers are deceased. There are no calling hours. Arrangements are by the Lane Funeral Home in Austintown.
G.C.Carl (source-Alma Record July 15,1915 Ref. Diane Hosler):Mr. G. C. Carl, one of the pioneers of this town, passed away at his residence here, Monday morning, after an illness of little more than two days. His wife, one daughter Mrs. Charlie Humphrey, and son Charlie, five grandchildren all of this place survive him. The funeral was held at the Center Church, Thursday afternoon, Rev. Tanner of Vestaburg conducting the services. Internment was made in the Center Cem.
Mrs. Elizabeth Carl (source- Alma Record:Jan.10,1929; Ref. Diane Hosler): Aged Lady Near Forest Hill is Buried Sunday: Death calls Mrs. Elizabeth Carl after a long sickness. Mrs. Carl, 16 year old resident of two miles west of Forest Hill, passes away in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Humphrey, on Friday, January 4th. Mrs. Carl had been ill for some time with severe heart trouble and an attack of influenza complicated her condition at the last. Her death is universally regretted, as she has been a citizen of the county for many years, living in or near the present home for a long period. He husband passed away some time ago and she has lived with the Humphreys since that time. She leaves several children beside the daughter with whom she lived. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon and burial was made in the French Cem. (another source-Gratiot County Herald, Jan.10,1029; ref. Diane Hosler): The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Carl, 76, of Forest Hill, was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Humphrey, Sunday afternoon, and she was buried in the Seville Center Cem. by the side of her husband and near their old home. Mrs. Carl has lived with her daughter for a number of Years.
Alberta Jean Corll(source-Butler Eagle, Grove City,PA Jan.4,2004; ref.Bob Orr): Alberta Jean Corll, loving wife, mother and grandmother, of 186 Cranberry Road, lot 31, Grove City, went home to Jesus at 5:45 am on Friday, following a lengthy illness. Born in Grove City on Oct.18,1920, she was the daughter of John Clark Shawgo and Margaret Arminda (Montgomery) Shawgo and was the eighth of eleven children. Mrs. Corll was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church of Grove City. Surviving are her loving husband of 69 years, Bob Corll; her daughters: Jacqueline Darla (CORLL) Goubead of Penelton and Roberta Jean (CORLL) Spryn and husband Michael of Webster, NY and her son Jeffrey Wynn Corll and wife Dianna of Cranberry Twp. She also left four grandchildren: James Wilson Corll,Michael Robert Spryn; Leach Jeanette Spryn and Kilo Ray Corll and a step-grand daughter Diane Lynn Goubead. She was preceded in death by her parents; six brothers,Edgar,Willard,Gerald, Loyal, Claude and John Shawgo; and sisters Lucille Nordrum and Virginia Spikloser.. Corll-Friends of Alberta Jean Corll, who died on Friday, Jan.2,2004 will be received at the Cunningham Funeral Home,Inc. 306 Bessemer Ave, Grove City,PA from 2 to 4, 7 to 9 pm on Sunday. Services will take place at the funeral home at 11 am on Monday with the Rev. W.Stephen Morse associate pastor of the Grace United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be at Crestville Memorial Park,Grove City. Memorial tributes may be made to the Am. Cancer Society , 19 Jefferson Ave., Sharon,PA 16146 or Am. Diabetes Association 300 Penn Center Blvd., Suite 700, Pittsburgh, PA 15235.
Darley Corl (source-The Alma Record, Alma,MI Apr.14,1955; ref. Bob Orr): Darley Corl's services held here Tuesday.-was prominent in 100F Lodge work at Elwell. Funeral services for Darley C. Corl,74,Route 1 Elwell were held Tuesday morning at Moody Funeral Home. Mr. Corl had lived in Gratiot county since early childhood at the same home on-half mile north and a mile west of Ewell in Seville Twp. He was found dead there Saturday and his death was due to a heart attack according to Coroner G.V.Wright. It was believed that he had expired sometime Friday. Mr. Corl was prominent in the oddfellows lodge in Elwell having served as its noble grand two different times. He had been a farmer all his life except for a few years during WWII when he was employed at Alma Trailer Co. He was born May 8, 1880 in Youngstown, Ohio, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Corl. Surviving are five sons: Leo od Detroit, Cliden of Elwell, Burl of Alma, Murl of Dearborn, and Jessie of Norwalk,CA. There are two daughters: Mrs. Flossie Hole of Alma and Mrs. Mary Fodor of Detroit. he also leaves his step mother Mrs. Nora Corl of Alma. There are 15 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren along with nieces and nephews., Dr. Claude D. Dicks, pastor of the Elwell Methodist Church officiated for the funeral., which was an 100F service, and burial was in the Seville Cem. Pallbearers were Marlie Slingluff, George Towersey, Carl Fink, Otto Grant, Sumner Hosle and Robert Cummings.
Gertrude U. Neff Fountain(source-Youngstown Vindicator, Aug,22,2003; ref. Bob Orr): Gertrude J. Neff Fountaine Canfield,OH There will be services at noon on Saturday at the Zion Lutheran Church 3300 Canfield Road, for Gertrude J. Neff Fountaine, 84, who died Thursday morning at her residence. She was born Oct. 11,1918 in Youngstown, a daughter of Charles and Mabel (Frailey) Burtner and was a lifelong resident. A South High School graduate Mrs. Fountaine was an interior decorator and had owned and operated Interiors by Gert in Boardman for 30 years. She was also a license real estate agent. She was a member of the church and a former member of the Saxon Club. Her first husband ,Irvin F. Neff, whom she married Sept. 26,1937. died May 20, 1983. Survivors include two sons: Gary (Virginia) Neff of Howland and Richard (Jeri) Neff of Boardman; a stepdaughter Renee (Ken) Popovec of Canfield; three stepsons: Greg (Debbie) Fountaine of Kent, Brian (Carol) Fountaine of Boardman and Tom (Pam) Fountaine of Canfield; 16 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Besides her first husband and her second husband she was preceded in death by a daughter Linda Maclochian, and a sister Winifred Fitzpatrick. The family will receive friends from 10:30 am to noon on Saturday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Zion Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements are being handled by the Davis Funeral Home.
Carl W,Rupright (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Nov,7,1990; ref. Bob Orr): Services will be held at 1:30 pm Thursday in the Lane Funeral Home. Austintow for Carl W,, Rupright, 74, of 5408 Virginia Drive, who died of cancer Monday evening in the Southside Medical Center. Mr. Rupright was born in Dec. 23,1915, in Austintown, a son of William and Nora (CORLL) Rupright, he was a road supervisor for Austintown Twp. for 22 years before retiring. He was charter member of Wickcliffe Presbyterian Church and a WWII Army Airforce veteran. He leaves his wife, the former Mabel White, whom he married on June 22, 1948; a stepson James W, Adaway of Grand Rapids,MI; a stepdaughter Mrs. Barbara Wilson of Lebanon,PA; two sisters: Mrs. Hattie Pierce of Burbank,CA and Mrs. Glays Koshera of Clovis two brothers:Richard of Salem and Robert of Youngstown. five grandchidren and one great granddaughter. Five sisters are deceased. Friends may call from 7 to 8 pm today at the funeral home,The family requests that material tributes take the form of contributions to the church memorial fund.
Jean (McLean) Corll (source-Lane Funeral Home Online Obituary; ref.Jennifer Neff):Jean Corll, Oct,17,1940 to June 26,2006, Canfield,Ohio: A memorial service celebrating the life of Jean Corll will be 1 pm Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church, 3300 Canfield Rd. Youngstown,Ohio. Jean died Monday evening in the North Side Hospital of complications of heart failure due to amvloidosis. She was born Oct.17, 1940 in Youngstown, the daughter of James C. and Marie (Kreitzburg) McLean. Jean's love of life , family and friends inspired her throughout life and inspired all those who knew her. Her handicaps never allowed her down' she always went through life with a smile on her face. She was the owner and operator of Jeans Originals and taught ceramic lessons to others for 30 years. She was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church where she had formerly been Sunday School Superintendent. She is survived by her husband Robert W, Corll whom she married July 23, 1960. daughter Debbie of Jupiter,Fl; son Jim (Cindy) Corll of Pickerington,OH and four grandchildren: Joe, Zachary, Jacob and Katalynn. Jean was preceded in death by her parents and sister Janice Brandyold. Friends and Family may call from noon intil time of services Saturday at the Zion Lutheran Church. The family requests memorial contributions in lieu of flowers be made to the Zion Lutheran Church, Memorial Fund in the name of Jean Corll.
Raymond Earl Corll (source-Lane Funeral Home Online Obituary; Ref. Jennifer Neff): Memorial services will be held 11 am Friday at the Lane Funeral Home, Canfield Chapel for Raymond E. Corll, died June 11,2007,, age 77 of Columbiana who died Monday evening in the Salem Community Hospital Emergency Room,. Ray was born Dec. 27,1929, in Canfield and was the son of the late Raymond E. Corll and Virginia (Bancroft) Corll. He had done custom farming for George Miller and had been a farmer for 50 years. He had worked for the Am. Fire Clay for 33 years as a welder and dispatcher and had also worked for Lotema and National Rubber Machinery where he retired. He had served six years in the Army Reserves serving in the combat engineerrs and was a member of the Canfield Methodist Church where he had sung in the choir, singing many solos. Ray was a 1948 graduatedof Canfield High School where he played football and basketball. His love in life was farming. Ray is survived by his wife, the former Margaret Cunning whom he married in 1953. He also leaves two sons, Jack (Sarah) Corll and Jeff (Pam) Corll, both of Columbiana, a brother Robert Corll of Canfield, five grandchildren: Jack (Nicole) of Deerfield, Nicole (Rich) Witmer of Wooster, Ben, Adam, and Emily Corll ,all of Columbiana and serveral nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 8 pm Thursday. The family requests that material contributions be made to the Canfield Methodist Church.
Mrs.William P. Creed (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Mar.4,1943; Ref. Bob Orr): Mr. William P. Creed,aged 70, died suddenly Wednesday of apoplexy at her residence. 170 Creed Ave. Her husband, a farmer, found her dead in a chair when he entered the house about 1 pm. Mrs. Creed was born Jan.26, 1873, in Cornersburg,OH a daughter of Frank and Mary M.(Lynn) Corll. She married William Creed 48 years ago and they moved to Hubbard,OH in 1911. Since that time she has been a member of the Central Christian Church in Hubbard. Mrs. Creed leaves a son,Carl, a daughter, Mrs. Mabel U. Furney; three grandchildren: Marguerite, and Carl Donald Creed and Robert E. Furney , all of Hubbard; a sister,Mrs. William Reardon, on the Austintown-Canfield Road. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 PM Saturday at the Russell M. Harder Funeral Home where friends may call tonight and Friday evening.
William P. Creed (source- Youngstown Vindicator, May 17,1963, Ref. Bob Orr): William P. Creed, 91, of 124 Hager St, died at 6:40 pm Thursday at the Hampsted Nursing Home,Youngstown. He had served terms as a councilman here. Mr. Creed was born Jan.2,1872, in Coitsville Twp., a son of Thomas A. and Ellen (Price) Creed and came here in 1911 from Youngstown. He was a dairy farmer, retiring in 1948. A member of the Central Christian Church 52 years, he was an elder emeritus and had served as treasurer 37 years, He belong to the Men's Bible class. His wife the former Cora Ellen Corll, whom he married in 1894, died in 1943. A son, Carl W. died in January. Mr.Creed leaves a daughter, Mrs. A.L. Furney of Hubbard; three grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm Monday at the Harder Funeral Home, where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Sunday.
Ruth L. Terkeurst (source-The Daily Star Journal- Warrensburg,MO; ref. Diane Hosler): Ruth L. Terkeurst, 85,Grand Rapids,MI, formerly of Warrensburg, died Monday, Mar.13, 1989. at the Metropolitan Hospital in Grand Rapids. Mrs. Terkeurst has resided in Warrensburg 40 years. She was born Serpt. 3, 1903, in Coopersville, MI., the daughter of George Laug and Carrie Corll Laug. On Jan. 12,1934, she married Arthur Terkeurst in Coopersville,MI, He preceded her in death Jan. 11,1981. Mrs. Terkeurst was a homemaker and a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Surviving are three brothers: Forrest Laug,Naples,FL; Gerald Laug, Burnsville,N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Laug, Marco Island, FL and one sister. Geneva Hosler, Caladonia,MI. Services will take place at 1 pm Friday, Mar.17, at the Holdren Funeral Home. The Rev. Alex Wales will officiate. Burial will follow in the Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cem. The family suggests memorial contributions to the World of Vision. (Her parents were George Laug and Carrie Corll)
William "Henry" Neff (source-Youngstown Vindicator, June 7.1948; Ref/ Jemmifer Neff): William "Henry" Neff, husband of Margaret nee Kregrise-May 17,1870 to June 7,1948; 78 yrs. 21 days, of 304 Belmont Ave.,Youngstown, died of a heart ailment at his home at 10 am today. Mr. Neff was born in Cornersburg, May 17,1870. a son of George and Angeline (Corll) Neff. He operated an ice house for about 15 years. His wife, Maggie Kregrisem died in 1933. He leaves two daughters: Mrs. Martin Culet and Mrs. Francis Orr; two sons Howard L. and Fred Arthur Neff; a sister Sadie Laughlin; two step-brothers, Arthur and Ivan Neff; 11 grandchildren and six great grand children, all of Youngstown. The funeral will be held 1:30 pm Wed., at the Shriver- Allison North Side Funeral Home. Friends may call Wed. evening. Burial June 9,1948, Sec. 2, row 19,Austintown Twp., Mahoning Co., OH.
Mrs. Margaret (Kregrise) Neff (source- Youngstown Vindicator- Aug.11,1939; Ref. Jennifer Neff): Mrs, (William) Henry Neff, Nov.,1876 to Aug.16,1939, age 63, of 304 Belmont Ave., Youngstown,OH died of paritonitis at 11 pm Wed. at the North Side unit of Youngstown Hospital after an operation. Born in Mineral Ridge,OH, Mrs. Neff came here 35 years ago from Austintown. She was married 48 years ago. She was a member of the Protected Home Circle. Mahoning Circle No.2 and the Methodist Church of Mineral Ridge. Mrs. Neff leaves her husband, sons Howard L. and Fred A. Neff of Youngstown; two daughters: Mrs. Lewis Culet of Poland and Mrs. Samuel Orr of Pittsburgh and ten grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 PM Saturday at the Shriver- Allison North Side Funeral Home. The family will meet friends Thursday and Friday evenings. Burial Aug.19, 1939, New Brunstetter Cem., sec. 2, row 19. Austintown Twp., Mahoning Co., OH.
Harold E."Hap" Pugh Jr.. Wexler,PA. formerly of Youngstown,OH died Friday; Ref. Diane Hosler): He was the beloved husband of 46 years of Carole W.(Baird) Pugh the loving father of Debbie (Bob) Geiner of Saxonburg,PA and charished Grandfather of Katie, Ben and Jessi Grenier, Rap was a U.S. Army veteran with a fascination of the Civil War and WW II aircraft. He was a regional salesman of manufacturing and mining equipment for twenty years prior to his becoming a hotel clerk for Best Inn, formerly Econolodge in Wexford for 20 years. He was a lifetime member of Sulgrave Masonic Lodge No. 696 on Youngstown and a volunteer for 12 years in the :Heart to Heart: program at the Allegheny General Hospital of Pittsburgh where he would counsel patients preparing for or recuperating from heart surgery. Hap was a man who had many varied interests such as studying genealogy, hunting, fishing, bowling and enjoying time with his grandchildren. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today at R,P, Brandt Funeral Home Inc, 1032 Perry Hwy., Pittsburgh,PA 15237, where funeral services will be at 11 am Tuesday. Internment will be private.
Mrs. Lucy Corll (Warren Tribune Chronicle, Aug.3,1944): Mrs. Lucy Corll-Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy Corll ,widow of Levi Corll, will be held Friday at 3 pm at her home on Meridian Rd, Cornersburg,OH, outside of Youngstown.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Corll (Ref. Diane Hosler): Mrs. Mary Ellen Corll, 87, died Thursday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Luther Mulder, in Coopersville,MI. Born in Cornersburg,OH Aug.11,1857, she came here 14 years ago from Spring Lake. She also had resided in Nunica and Plainwell. She was a former member of St. Paul's Reformed Church of Youngstown,OH and of Gibbs Rebekah Lodge of Nunica. Surviving besides Mrs. Luther are six other daughters: Mrs.Gabriel Ryerson of Plainwell. Mrs. George Laug of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Perry Porter of Muskegon Heights, Mrs. Clarence Rittenhouse of Coopersville; forty five grandchildren, eighteen great grandchildren, eight great great grandchildren and two sisters: Mrs. O.H. Blott and Mrs. Earl Brickley of Youngstown,OH. The body is at the Kammeraad Funeral Home, where services will be held at 2 Monday. Burial will be in the Spring Lake Cem. (parents were Josiah and Caroline Strouse, Husband was Freeman P. Corl; death was 7-20-1944)
Virgil C. Carl(source-Gratiot County Harold,June 12,1952; ref.Bob Orr): Young Carl Child Taken By Death: Funeral services were held at 2:30 pm Sunday at the Crandell-Carter funeral home for Virgil C. Carl, 8, who died Thursday night, after a long illness at the home of his parents, on S.Mill Street. Rev. Lowell Derscheld offiiated and burial was in the Oak Grove Cem. Surviving are his parents, Mr. Edward and Bernice (Shelly) Carl; four sisters and two brothers,all at home, a grandfather (Charles Edward Carl) of St.Louis.
Homer Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator, Nov.27,1967; ref.Bob Orr);Homer Corll, 68, of Green-Beaver Rd. R.D.5 was pronounced dead of a heart attack at 7 pm Saturday in the South Side Hospital. Mr. Corll was on his way to the hospital to visit his wife who had been operated on Friday. Mr. Corll was born Jan.10,1899 in Austintown Twp., a son of Martin and Etta (Flick) Corll, and lived in Salem 14 years. He retired in 1960 as a milk truck operator for Isaly and Sanitary Dairies. He was a member of the F.O.E. in Salem. Besides his wife, the former Bertha Irene Thomas, whom he married in 1922, he leaves two daughters: Mrs. Evelyn Cook of Salem and Mrs. Eileen Burkey of Canfield, two sons: David of New Springfield and Leonard of Canfield; a sister Mrs. May Butzer of Youngstown; a brother Arthur of Canfield, 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services will be held at 3 pm Tuesday in the Austintown Chapel of the Lane Funeral Home where friends may call this evening.
Mrs. Homer Corll (source-Youngstown Vindicator, May 24,1968; ref. Bob Orr): Mrs. Homer Corll's funeral is Monday-Salem_ Mrs. Bertha Corll.63, of R.D.5, died of cancer at 8:15 am today at Glen View Manor Nursing Home, Mineral Ridge, where she had been a patient five months. Mr. Corll was born Mar.21,1905, in Hubbard, a daughter of John and Ida (Macklin) Thomas and came to this area 15 years ago from the Youngstown area. She was a member of Greenford Christian Church and active in its Missionary Society. her husband,Homer, died last November. She leaves two daughters:Mrs. Lowell Cook of Salem and Mrs. Carl Burkey of Canfield; two sons: David of New Springfield and Leonard of Canfield.