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Descendants of Johann Michael SCHLËYER

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1485. Gordon Arthur SLOYER (Arthur James SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 29 Apr 1918 in Russville, Nebraska. He died 3, 4 on 12 Feb 1990 in Gordon, Nebraska. He was buried 5 in Rushville, Nebraska. Gordon was employed 6 as baker, shop owner in Gordon, NE. He served in the military 7 World War II.

Joyce Sloyer 2002: Gordon served in World War II and after he came home he spent the rest of his working years as a baker, having his own bakery at Gordon, NE.
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Jay Willis Question(3/2002): I find it very interesting that Arthur J. Sloyer shows up in the 1920 Census for Bethlehem Twp.,Lehigh Co. PA with son Gordon who was born in Nebraska abt 1917 and Gordon's siblings were also born in NE after 1920 which means the family moved from PA then back to PA and then to NE again. I wonder why? Joyce Sloyer answer: Yes, Arthur went back to Pa when Gordon was a small boy but Gordon became ill and they told them they would have to get him out of that country or they would loose him so they moved back to Rushville, NE where Pauline's sister and family lived at that time. Gordon lived there the rest of his life, after serving in the army for several years, he owned and operated the local bakery until retirement.

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Gordon Arthur Sloyer

Birth: Apr. 29, 1918
Death: Feb. 12, 1990

Family links:
Parents: Pauline C. Sloyer (1891 - 1943)
Spouse: Marion Alleen Barth Sloyer (1922 - 2001)

Burial: Fair View Cemetery Rushville Sheridan County Nebraska, USA
Created by: Milan Record added: Oct 29, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 60826687
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Gordon married 1 Marion Alleen BARTH on 24 Apr 1946. Marion was born 2, 3 on 13 Jan 1922 in Rushville, Nebraska. She died 4, 5 on 1 Mar 2001 in Rapid City Regional Hospital. She was buried 6, 7 in Fairview Cemetery; Rushville, Nebraska.

http://www.alliancetimes.com/archives/obits/030501.htm
Marion Alleen Sloer, 79
(Mar. 5) GORDON - Marion Alleen Sloyer, 79, a lifelong resident of the Gordon and
Rushville communities, died Thursday, March 1, 2001, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. She was born Jan. 13, 1922, at Rushville, Neb.
Her parents were Otto and Minnie (Higgins) Barth. She was married to Gordon Sloyer Feb. 24, 1946, at Gordon. Mr. Sloyer preceded her in death. The couple owned and operated the city bakery in Gordon. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church at Gordon.
She is survived by four daughters, Wenda Coon of Gordon, Becky Diercks of Minden, Joni Hupp of Rapid City, S.D., and Leora Likens of St. Louis. Mo; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. She also is survived by one sister, Margaret Hoffman of Gordon.
Mrs. Sloyer's funeral will be at 10 a.m., Tuesday, March 6, at Grace Lutheran Church in Gordon, with Vicar Scott Shields officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery at Rushville. Memorials may be made to Grace Lutheran Church, 801 N. Elm St., Gordon, NE 69343. Cicmanek-Pier Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements
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Marion Alleen Barth Sloyer

Birth: Jan. 13, 1922
Death: Mar. 1, 2001

Family links:
Spouse: Gordon Arthur Sloyer (1918 - 1990)

Burial: Fair View Cemetery Rushville Sheridan County Nebraska, USA
Created by: Milan Record added: Oct 29, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 60826759
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They had the following children:

+ 2689 F i Leora Lou SLOYER
+ 2690 F ii Wenda Jean SLOYER
+ 2691 F iii Rebecca Jo SLOYER
+ 2692 F iv Joni Jaye SLOYER

1486. Sidone SLOYER (Arthur James SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael )

Sidone married 1 Gaely William MATHIS. Gaely was born 2 on 5 Dec 1919. He died 3 on 31 Aug 2009. He was buried 4 in Greenwood Cemetery; Chadron, Nebraska.

Joyce Leona Nitsch Sloyer; joyce+bob_sloyer@hotmail.com
Gealy Willam Mathis b.12-5-1919 d. 8-31-2009 at Chadron, NE. buried 9-4-09 at Greenwood Cemetery Chadron, NE. At the age of 35 he joined the Chadron Volunteer Fire Dept. and was a member for 40 years. He was president of the Nebraska State Volunteer Fireman’s Assn from 1960-1962 and served as secretary-treasure and president of the CVFD and was fire chief for over 20 years. He also worked at the Chadron Milling Co until it burned then took over Texaco Service Station and bulk plant for some time. He managed a local supermarket, was service manager at Chevy garage and later parts manager at Ford garage. He then was Dawes County Clerk from 1974 until he retired in 1986.
He is survived by his wife Sidone of 67 years, son’s Jerry and Mary of Ft Wayne Ind, Rich and Jean Beaumont, Tex, Randy and Lynn of Chadron NE, daughter Sandy Brainard NE and Gae of Hermosa, S.D., 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren.

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They had the following children:

+ 2693 M i Jerry Lee MATHIS
+ 2694 M ii Richard Allen MATHIS
+ 2695 F iii Sandra Jean MATHIS
+ 2696 M iv Randy MATHIS
+ 2697 F v Gae MATHIS

1487. Dale Robert SLOYER (Arthur James SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 on 31 Aug 1929 in Rushville, Nebraska. He died 2 on 27 Mar 2007 in Casper, Wyoming. The cause of death was lung cancer. He was buried 3 on 2 Apr 2007 in Oregon Trail State Veteran's Cemetery; Jasper, Wyoming. Dale served in the military U.S. Army WWII. He was employed 4 as in truck driver. He was employed 5 as in Sep 1960 in Rocketdyne North American Aviation. He was employed 6 as in 1969 in Uranium mill, Getty Oil, Shirley Basin, WY.

Obituary of Dale Robert "Bob" SLOYER; Casper Journal; Tues., April 3, 2007 (copy provided by Joyce Sloyer)

Dale Robert ‘Bob’ Sloyer Tuesday, April 3, 2007 1:59 PM MDT

A funeral service for Dale Robert “Bob” Sloyer, 77, was held at 2:30 p.m. April 2, 2007, in the chapel at Oregon Trail State Veterans’ Cemetery. Mr. Sloyer died March 27, 2007, at home from complications from cancer. He was born Aug. 31, 1929, in Rushville, Neb., to Arthur James and Pauline Constance (Petersen) Sloyer.


He was a member of the first graduating class of Simi Valley High School in California and then attended Ventura Junior College.

At the age of 17, he served in the Army at the end of World War II with a tour of duty in Germany. Mr. Sloyer lived in California for several years, working for North American Aviation, where they tested rocket engines.

He later moved to Casper and worked for Petrotomics in the uranium mill until it closed in 1985. Mr. Sloyer then drove truck for Sinclair Oil until his retirement.

Mr. Sloyer had a part-time job doing consulting work for Chevron Oil at Black Hills Bentonite and had planned to return to work there following his cancer treatments.

In 1956, he married Joyce Nitsch, and they just had celebrated their 50th anniversary.

Mr. Sloyer’s family was his world, and he had a great sense of humor. He enjoyed taking care of his yard and feeding the birds and squirrels.

He liked old cars and country music. One of his greatest gifts was the ability to take care of and help people in need.

Survivors include his wife, and a son, Bruce (Bonnie) Sloyer, all of Casper; two daughters, Jolinda of Casper and Vicki (Stacy) Carley of Eagle, Idaho; a grandson, Josh Sloyer of Casper; two granddaughters, Jennifer Sheets of Cheyenne and Alyssa Carley of Eagle; two step grandchildren, Nick and Ashley Tomlinson; a sister, Sidone Mathis of Chadron, Neb.; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Gordon Sloyer, and an infant sister.

The family would appreciate memorials to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Bustard’s Funeral Home and Crematory was in charge of arrangements.
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Dale married Joyce Leona NITSCH.

They had the following children:

+ 2698 M i Bruce Ray SLOYER
  2699 F ii Jolinda Lee SLOYER
+ 2700 F iii Vicki Kay SLOYER

1488. Jason D. STHARE (Amy Amelia SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 23 May 1910 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. He died 3 on 27 Oct 1986 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. He was buried 4 in Gnaden Huetten Cemetery; Lehighton, Pennsylvania. Jason retired 5 linotype operator in Morning Call.

Joyce GODFREY research

JASON D. STHARE Morning Call; Allentown, Pa.; Oct 28, 1986; The Morning Call; p.B06 Abstract: [JASON D. STHARE], 76, of 72 Second Ave., Lehighton, a retired Morning Call linotype operator, died Monday in Gnaden Huetten Hospital, Lehighton. He was the husband of the late Mollie E. (Leffler) Sthare.
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Copyright Morning Call Oct 28, 1986
Jason D. Sthare, 76, of 72 Second Ave., Lehighton, a retired Morning Call linotype operator, died Monday in Gnaden Huetten Hospital, Lehighton. He was the husband of the late Mollie E. (Leffler) Sthare.

Born in Lehighton, he was a son of the late Harry S. and Amy (Sloyer) Sthare.

He was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Lehighton.

Surviving are two sons, Conrad of Lehighton and Drew of GreenwoodS.C.; two brothers, Harold S. of Lehighton and Curtis R. of Emmaus; a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Searfoss of Hometown, and four grandchildren.

A Burial Office and Holy Eucharist will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the church. Calling hours will be 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in the Andrew P. Ovsak Funeral Home, 4th and Iron streets, Lehighton.

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Jason married Mollie E. LEFFLER daughter of Fred LEFFLER and Emily HIESTER. Mollie was born 1, 2 on 2 Feb 1914 in Summit Hill, Pennsylvania. She died 3 in Jan 1986 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. She was buried 4 in Gnaden Huetten Cemetery; Lehighton, Pennsylvania.

Joyce GODFREY research

MRS. MOLLIE E. STHARE Morning Call; Allentown, Pa.; Jan 25, 1986; The Morning Call; p.B33 Abstract: Surviving with her husband and mother are two sons, Conrad of Lehighton and Derwin of Greenwood, S.C.; four brothers, Mark of Lehighton, [Fred Leffler] of Hillside, Ill., Robert of Weissport and Richard of Jim Thorpe; a sister, Mrs.
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Copyright Morning Call Jan 25, 1986
Mrs. Mollie E. Sthare, 71, of 72 Second Ave., Lehighton, died Friday in Gnaden Huetten Hospital, Lehighton. She was the wife of Jason D. Sthare.

Born in Summit Hill, she was a daughter of Emily (Hiester) Leffler of Weatherwood, the Carbon County Home for the Aged, Weatherly, and the late Fred Leffler.

She was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Lehighton.

Surviving with her husband and mother are two sons, Conrad of Lehighton and Derwin of Greenwood, S.C.; four brothers, Mark of Lehighton, Fred of Hillside, Ill., Robert of Weissport and Richard of Jim Thorpe; a sister, Mrs. Emily Warner of Franklin Township, and four grandchildren.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the church. Calling hours will be 7-9 p.m. Monday in the Andrew P. Ovsak Funeral Home, 4th and Iron streets, Lehighton.
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They had the following children:

  2701 M i Conrad STHARE
  2702 M ii Derwin STHARE

1490. Eleanor A. STHARE (Amy Amelia SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1 about 1916 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. She died 2 on 19 Aug 1993 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. She was buried 3 in Gnaden Huetten Cemetery; Lehighton, Pennsylvania. Eleanor retired 4 presser in 1980 in Fran Fasion, Lehighton, PA.

Allentown Morning Call Date: Thursday, August 19, 1993 Page: B14 ELEANOR A. SEARFOSS Eleanor A. Searfoss, 77, of 261 S. 3rd St., Lehighton, died Wednesday in Gnaden Huetten Convalescent Center, Lehighton. She was the wife of the late Harry G. Searfoss. She was a presser at Fran Fashion, Lehighton, until retiring in 1980. She also worked at other mills in the Lehighton area. Born in Lehighton, she was a daughter of the late Harry S. and Amy (Sloyer) Sthare. She was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Lehighton. Survivors: Sons, Gerald A. of Lehighton and Wayne R. of Northampton; daughter, Marleah, wife of Donald McGowan of Palmerton; brother, Curtis R. of Emmaus, and four grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the church. Call 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday in church. Arrangements, Kenneth N. Phifer Funeral Home, Lehighton. ******

Eleanor married Harry G. SEARFOSS. Harry was born unknown. He died 1 before Aug 1993.

They had the following children:

  2703 M i Wayne R. SEARFOSS
  2704 M ii Gerald A. SEARFOSS
  2705 F iii Marleah SEARFOSS
        Marleah married Donald MCGOWAN.

1491. Harold Safarus STHARE (Amy Amelia SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2, 3 on 21 Dec 1917 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. He died 4 on 9 Oct 1991 in Lehighton, Pennsylvania. Harold was employed 5 as composing dept., 27 years in Morning Call. He was employed 6 as linotype operator, 23 years in Evening News. He served in the military 7 WWII in US Navy.

Joyce GODFREY research
VOLUNTEER HAROLD STHARE DIES AT 73 Morning Call; Allentown, Pa.; Oct 10, 1991; The Morning Call; Abstract: Besides organizing blood drives, [Harold S. Sthare] routinely rolled up his sleeve to donate blood, giving at least 20 gallons of blood over the years. In 1984, he and his wife, Hope (Walters) Sthare, became the first couple in northeastern Pennsylvania to reach a total lifetime donation of 30 gallons. Sthare received several community awards. Lehighton Area Chamber of Commerce selected him Volunteer of the Year in 1989 and Citizen of the Year in 1986. Lehighton Lions Club gave him its Pride of Lions Award in 1982. That year, he and his wife were honored as grand marshals for the Lehighton area Halloween parade. The county Red Cross chapter gave him its first Man of the Year Award in 1971.
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Copyright Morning Call Oct 10, 1991
Harold S. Sthare, well-known for his dedication as a 28-year volunteer for the Carbon County Chapter of the American Red Cross, died yesterday in Gnaden Huetten Hospital.

Sthare, 73, of 219 N. 7th St., Lehighton, coordinated dozens of blood drives after he volunteered to work with the Red Cross blood mobile in 1963 and became blood services chairman in 1966.

Besides organizing blood drives, Sthare routinely rolled up his sleeve to donate blood, giving at least 20 gallons of blood over the years. In 1984, he and his wife, Hope (Walters) Sthare, became the first couple in northeastern Pennsylvania to reach a total lifetime donation of 30 gallons.

"I don't have much to offer humanity, but my hobby (donating blood) is one which can be used by all mankind," he said in 1983.

Richard Merluzzi, chairman of the county Red Cross Chapter, said yesterday Sthare was extremely dedicated.
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I can't say enough about him," Merluzzi said. "As far as we were concerned, he was the blood person for our chapter. He put together all the drives, did all the work for them. He did most of that on his own. He was a hard worker."

Sthare received several community awards. Lehighton Area Chamber of Commerce selected him Volunteer of the Year in 1989 and Citizen of the Year in 1986. Lehighton Lions Club gave him its Pride of Lions Award in 1982. That year, he and his wife were honored as grand marshals for the Lehighton area Halloween parade. The county Red Cross chapter gave him its first Man of the Year Award in 1971.

He and his wife observed their 50th wedding anniversary in April.

Born in Lehighton, he was a son of the late Harry S. and Amy A. (Sloyer) Sthare.

He was a composing department employee at The Morning Call for 27 years, until 1982. After that, he briefly worked part time in the composing department of The Times News in Lehighton before retiring.
Earlier, he worked 23 years as a Linotype operator for the Evening Leader in Lehighton, which has ceased publication.

He served two years in the Navy during World War II.

He was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Lehighton.

Surviving with his widow are two daughters, Marie, wife of Richard Lorah, of Ashfield, and Annette, wife of Marc Hess, of Palmyra, Lebanon County; a brother, Curtis, of Emmaus; a sister, Eleanor Searfoss of Lehighton; and three grandchildren.

Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at the church. There will be no calling hours. Kennth N. Phifer Funeral Home, 3rd and Alum streets, Lehighton, is in charge of arrangements.
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Joyce GODFREY research

HAROLD S. STHARE, 73, HEAD OF BLOOD DRIVES IN CARBON COUNTY Morning Call; Allentown, Pa.; Oct 10, 1991; The Morning Call; B14 Abstract: [HAROLD S. STHARE], 73, of 219 N. 7th St., Lehighton, died Wednesday in Gnaden Huetten Hospital, Lehighton. He was the husband of Hope (Walters) Sthare, to whom he was married 50 years in April. Sthare was recognized with several community awards for his efforts. He was named Volunteer of the Year in 1989 and Citizen of the Year in 1986 by the Lehighton Area Chamber of Commerce. The Lehighton Lions Club gave him its Pride of Lions Award in 1982. That same year, he and his wife were grand marshals for the Lehighton area Halloween parade.
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Copyright Morning Call Oct 10, 1991
Harold S. Sthare, 73, of 219 N. 7th St., Lehighton, died Wednesday in Gnaden Huetten Hospital, Lehighton. He was the husband of Hope (Walters) Sthare, to whom he was married 50 years in April.

Sthare was coordinator of many blood drives for the Carbon County chapter of the American Red Cross since he volunteered to work with its bloodmobile in 1963 and became blood services chairman in 1966.

Besides organizing blood drives, Sthare donated at least 20 gallons of blood over the years. In 1984, he and his wife became the first couple in northeastern Pennsylvania to donate 30 gallons of blood.

"I don't have much to offer humanity, but my hobby (donating blood) is one which can be used by all mankind," he said in a 1983 interview with The Morning Call.

Sthare worked 27 years in The Morning Call's composing department until 1982. After that, he worked part time in the Lehighton Times News composing department for a brief period before retiring. Earlier, he was a linotype operator for the old Lehighton Evening Leader for 23 years.

Born in Lehighton, he was a son of the late Harry S. and Amy A. (Sloyer) Sthare.

Sthare was recognized with several community awards for his efforts. He was named Volunteer of the Year in 1989 and Citizen of the Year in 1986 by the Lehighton Area Chamber of Commerce. The Lehighton Lions Club gave him its Pride of Lions Award in 1982. That same year, he and his wife were grand marshals for the Lehighton area Halloween parade.

The county Red Cross chapter gave him its first Man of the Year Award in 1971.

Sthare was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Lehighton.

He was a Navy veteran of World War II.

Survivors: Wife; daughters, Marie, wife of Richard Lorah of Ashfield, and Annette, wife of Marc Hess of Palmyra, Lebanon County; brother Curtis of Emmaus; sister, Eleanor Searfoss of Lehighton, and three grandchildren.

Services: 3 p.m. Sunday in the church. No calling hours. Arrangements, Kenneth N. Phifer Funeral Home, Lehighton.
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Harold married Hope WALTERS.

They had the following children:

  2706 F i Marie STHARE
        Marie married Richard LORAH.
+ 2707 F ii Annette STHARE

1493. Madeline Mae SLOYER (Harold Stanley SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 7 Dec 1912 in Northampton, Pennsylvania. She died 3 on 15 Aug 2000 in Topton, Pennsylvania. Madeline was employed 4 as telephone operator in 1930.

NOTE: Joyce SLOYER reports Madeline was raised by her paternal grandparents, Cornelius & Eva SLOYER. She appears in the 1920 US Census residing in the home of her grandparents, and in the home of her widowed grandmother in the 1930 Census.
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Jay WILLIS research:

Obituary of Madeline M. OPLINGER, The Morning Call, Thursday, August 17, 2000, p. B06

MADELINE M. OPLINGER

Madeline M. OPLINGER, 87, of 1 S. Home Ave., Topton, died Tuesday, Aug 15, in the Lutheran Home, Topton. She was the wife of the late Willard S. OPLINGER, Sr. Born in Northampton, she was a daughter of the late Harold S. and Hattie (ANDREWS) SLOYER. She was a member of Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, Northampton. Survivors: Daughter, Constance M. JONES of Slatington; sons, James G. of Cherokee Village, Ark., Robert C. of Silver Spring, Md., Willard S. Jr. of Columbia, Md; stepsister, Bernice KNECHTEL of Bethlehem; 11 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren. services: 10 a.m. Saturday in the church. Call 7-8:30 p.m. Friday, Schisler Funeral Home, 2119 Washington Ave., Northampton. Contributions: To the church memorial fund, c/o the funeral home.
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Madeline M. Oplinger

Birth: Dec. 7, 1912
Death: Aug. 15, 2000


Burial: Allen Union Cemetery Northampton Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Dennis Record added: Jan 04, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 17298662
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Madeline married 1 Willard Samuel OPLINGER Sr. son of George OPLINGER and Laura MOSER in Dec 1931. Willard was born 2 on 23 Aug 1910 in Danielsville, Pennsylvania. He died 3 on 4 Jul 1986 in Pennsylvania. He was buried 4 in Allen Union Cemetery; Northampton, Pennsylvania. Willard retired 5 foreman of operations after 1972/0046 in Universal Cement Co..

Jay WILLIS research
Obituary of Willard S. OPLINGER Sr., The Morning Call Newspaper Co., Saturday, July 5, 1986. p. B34

WILLARD S. OPLINGER SR.

Willard S. OPLINGER Sr., 75, of 530 E. 5th St., Northampton, died Friday in Sacred Heart Hospital. He was the husband of Madeline M. (SLOYER) OPLINGER. They observed their 54th wedding anniversary last December. He was a foreman of operations at the former Universal Atlas Cement Co., Northampton, for 46 years until retiring in 1972. Born in Danielsville, he was a son of the late George and Laura (MOSER) OPLINGER. He was a member of Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, Northampton, where he was a former deacon. Surviving with his widow are a daughter, Constance, wife of Richard K. JONES of Slatington; three sons, James G. of Hawley R. 2, Wayne County, Willard S. Jr. of Columbia, Md., and Robert C. of Silver Springs, Md.; a brother Russell of West Catasauqua; two sisters, Dorothy of Fullerton and Mrs. Aldene WILLIAMS of Allentown; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services will be announced by the Schisler Funeral Home, 2119 Washington Ave., Northampton.
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Willard S. Oplinger

Birth: Aug. 23, 1910
Death: Jul. 4, 1986


Burial: Allen Union Cemetery Northampton Northampton County Pennsylvania, USA
Created by: Dennis Record added: Jan 04, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 17298656
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They had the following children:

+ 2708 F i Constance Mae OPLINGER
+ 2709 M ii James Granville OPLINGER
+ 2710 M iii Willard Samuel OPLINGER Jr.
+ 2711 M iv Robert Carl OPLINGER

1495. Olga Dorna SLOYER (Harold Stanley SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 8 May 1920 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She died 3 on 8 Apr 1992. Olga was baptized 4 on 7 May 1921 in Trinity Episcopal Church; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She was confirmed 5 on 12 Feb 1933 in Trinity Episcopal Church; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She retired 6 Security guard & school crossing guard in 1988.

OLGA WEAVER Morning Call; Allentown, Pa.; Apr 9, 1992; The Morning Call; Olga Weaver, 71, of Gracedale, Upper Nazareth Township, formerly of Bethlehem, died Wednesday in St. Luke's Hospital. She was the wife of the late Raymond Weaver.
She was a security guard at St. Luke's Hospital and a school crossing guard until retiring in 1988.
Born in Bethlehem, she was a daughter of the late H. Stanley and Anna (Deitz) Sloyer.
She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Bethlehem.
Survivors: Son, Daniel Sloyer of Groveport, Ohio; daughter, Debra Wethington of Elizabethtown, Ky.; twin sister Bernice, wife of Henry Knechel of Bethlehem; half sister, Mrs. Willard Oplinger of Northampton, and three grandchildren.
Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Snyder-Hinkle-Spatig Funeral Home, 527 Center St., Bethlehem. Call 10-11 a.m. Saturday.
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Olga married (1) unknown.

They had the following children:

+ 2712 M i Daniel SLOYER

Olga married 1 (2) Daniel T. O'BRIEN on 4 Apr 1949. The marriage ended in divorce.Daniel was born 2 on 28 Feb 1903 in Bethlehem, PA.

Olga married (3) Raymond WEAVER. Raymond was born unknown. He died 1 before 1992.

They had the following children:

  2713 F ii Debra WEAVER
        Debra married ? WETHINGTON.

1496. Marjorie A. YOUNG (Emma "Edith" SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 25 Jun 1914 in Northampton, Pennsylvania. She died 3 on 2 Jun 2000 in Pennsylvania. She was buried 4 on 6 Jun 2000 in Gesthsemane Cemetery; Laureldale, Pennsylvania. Marjorie graduated 5 registered nurse in 1935 in St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing.

Majorie A. SHESTOK
Reading Eagle; Reading, Pennsylvania; June 3, 2000; p. 13

Marjorie A. Shestok, 85, of 242 Berkley Road, Reading died of natural causes Friday at 2:10 a.m. in Berks Heim, where she had resided since March 9.

She was the wife of Nicholas A. Shestok.

Born in Northampton, she was a daughter of the late Irwin and Edith (Sloyer) Young.

Shestok was a 1935 graduate of St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, Bethlehem, and worked at St. Luke's Hospital as a registered nurse for four years.

She was a member of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Reading.

She is also survived by two sons Nicholas A ShestokII, Mount Penn, and Peter M. Shestok, Wedtford, Mass.

There are also five grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Chapel of St. George, Gethsemane Cemetery, Laureldale. Burial will be in Gethsemane Cemetery.

Walter R. Christ Funeral Home, Inc., Laureldale, is in charge of arrangements
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SSDI b. June 25, 1914 d. June 2, 2000
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Marjorie married Nicholas A. SHESTOK.

They had the following children:

  2714 M i Nicholas A. SHESTOK II
  2715 M ii Peter M. SHESTOK

1499. Howard Sloyer LUCKENBACH (Ruby Ruth SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 24 Mar 1924 in Northampton, Pennsylvania. He died 3 on 12 Jan 1994 in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania. Howard served in the military Navy World War II & Korean War.

Jay WILLIS research:

Obituary of Howard S. LUCKENBACH, The Morning Call, Wednesday, January 26, 1994, p. B11

HOWARD S. LUCKENBACH

Howard S. LUCKENBACH, 69, of Nesquehoning R.1, died Jan. 12 at home. He was the husband of Barbara (STOCKER) LUCKENBACH. He was a retail manager for the Cluette Factory Outlet, Spring City, until retiring. Before that, he worked at the former W.T. Grant. Born in Northampton, he was a son of the late Howard and Ruby (SLOYER) LUCKENBACH. He was a member of Shenkel United Church of Christ, Pottstown. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War. he was a past master of the Rosicrucian, Allentown chapter. Survivors: Wife; sons, Jeff of Boyertown and Jay Keith of Madison, Conn.; daughters, Ellen, wife of David MOOMAW of East Aurora, N.Y., Beth of Bath; brother Carl of Coplay and Sydney of Orange County, Calif.; sisters Mary Ann UNANGST of Bath and Helen of Reading, six grandchildren. Memorial sertvices: Were held at the church. Arrangements, Bruce Nalesnik Funeral Home, Nesquehoning.
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Howard married Barbara STOCKER.

They had the following children:

  2716 M i Jeff LUCKENBACH
  2717 M ii Jay Keith LUCKENBACH
  2718 F iii Ellen LUCKENBACH
        Ellen married David MOOMAW.
  2719 F iv Beth LUCKENBACH

1500. Carl A. LUCKENBACH Sr. (Ruby Ruth SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael ) was born 1, 2 on 2 Oct 1925 in Northampton, Pennsylvania. He died 3 on 14 Dec 2000 in Pennsylvania. He was buried 4 in Coplay, Pennsylvania. Carl served in the military 5 Navy Worl War II.

Jay WILLIS research:

Obituary of Carl A. LUCKENBACH, The Morning Call, Friday, December 15, 2000. p. A28

CARL A. LUCKENBACH SR.

Carl A. LUCKENBACH Sr., 75, of Coplay, died Thursday, Dec. 14, in Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township. He was the husband of the late Mary A. (MALITSCH) LUCKENBACH. He was the owner of C.A. Luckenbach Fabricators, Coplay, for the past 38 years. Born in Northampton, he was a son of the late Harry and Ruby (SLOYER) LUCKENBACH. He was a Navy veteran of World war II and a member of the American Legion Post 739, Hokendauqua. He was a past president of the American Club, Coplay. Survivors: Daughter, Sandra M. BACHMAN and son, Carl A. Jr., both of Coplay; sisters Helen of Reading, Maryann UNANGST of Bath; nieces and nephews. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, Robert A. Hauke Funeral Home, 327 Chestnut St., Coplay. Call 7-8:30 p.m. Sunday and 9-10 a.m. Monday. Contributions: To BMA of Fullerton Patient Fund, c/o the funeral home.
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Carl married Mary A. MALITSCH daughter of Charles MALITSCH and Mary SOLDERITCH. Mary was born 1 about 1923 in Coplay, Pennsylvania. She died 2 in Nov 1986. Mary was employed 3 as floor lady, 45 years in Modern Slack Creations, Inc.; Allentown, PA.

MRS. MARY LUCKENBACH Morning Call; Allentown, Pa.; Nov 26, 1984; The Morning Call; B08 Abstract: Surviving with her husband are a son, Carl A.
Full Text:
Copyright Morning Call Nov 26, 1984
Mrs. Mary A. Luckenbach, 61, of 103 S. 3rd St., Coplay, died Saturday in Sacred Heart Hospital. She was the wife of Carl A. Luckenbach Sr.
She was a floor lady at Modern Slack Creations, Inc., Allentown, for 45 years.
Born in Coplay, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Mary (Solderitch) Malitsch Sr.
She was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Coplay.
She was a past secretary of the Coplay Saengerbund Club.
Surviving with her husband are a son, Carl A. Jr. of Coplay; a daughter, Sandra M., wife of David Bachman of Ironton; two sisters, Rose, wife of Ferdinand Wagner of Coplay, and Anna, wife of Floyd Searfass of Bethlehem; five brothers, Anthony and William, both of Coplay, Charles of Allentown, Steve of Whitehall Township and Louis of Nazareth.
Services at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Robert A. Hauke Funeral Home, 4th and Chestnut streets, Coplay, will be followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 in the church. Calling hours will be 7-9 p.m. Tuesday.
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They had the following children:

  2720 F i Sandra M. LUCKENBACH
        Sandra married David BACHMAN.
  2721 M ii Carl A. LUCKENBACH Jr.

1502. Mary Ann LUCKENBACH (Ruby Ruth SLOYER , Cornelius SLOYER , Michael SLOYER , Johannes SCHLOYER , Johann Michael SCHLEIER , Johann Michael )

Mary married Owen Charles Henry UNANGST Sr.. Owen was born 1, 2 on 11 Sep 1929 in Bath, Pennsylvania. He died 3, 4 on 2 Jun 1984 in Bath, Pennsylvania. Owen was employed 5 as farmer in 1951/1984. He was employed 6 as metallurgical specialist in 1964/1984 in Bethlehem Steel corp.

OWEN UNANGST; FORMER SCHOOL DIRECTOR, SUPERVISOR SERVING E. ALLEN TWP.
[THIRD Edition]
Morning Call - Allentown, Pa.
Author: Sunday Call-Chronicle
Date: Jun 3, 1984
Start Page: C.18
Text Word Count: 360
Document Text
Owen Charles Henry Unangst, 54, of 7317 Bath-Bethlehem Pike, Bath, died Saturday in his home. He was the husband of Mary Ann (Luckenbach) Unangst.
Unangst and his family farmed in East Allen Township since 1951. He also was a metallurgical specialist at Homer Research Lab at Bethlehem Steel Corp. since 1964.
Known as the "father of East Allen Township's agricultural district," Unangst was instrumental in the establishment of an agricultural district in the township in 1983. As a result, 2,575 acres were designated for farm preservation under Pennsylvania Act 43.
At that time, Unangst said, "I personally see the whole act as a declaration of a farmer's feelings that the state is finally giving us something to do to keep farming a respected and loved profession."
He was a former East Allen Township supervisor and was chairman of the board for eight years. He was a past chairman of the township's zoning hearing board and of the East Allen Agricultural District.
He was a member of the Northampton Area School Board for 12 years, serving as president 1977-78.
Born in Bath, he was a son of Ethel F. (Edleman) Unangst of Bath and the late Charles H. Unangst.
He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Bath, where he was a former Sunday School teacher and served on the church council for many years.
Unangst was a past master of Monacacy Lodge #413 F&AM, Bath.
He coached the Jacksonville girls' softball team and the Connie Mack Little League, Jacksonville, East Allen Township, for eight years.
Unangst helped to establish the Bethlehem Farmers' Market.
Surviving with his widow and mother are three sons, Owen C.H. Jr. of Richmond, Va., and Charles H. and Roger C.H., both at home; two daughters, Lou Ann C. of Bethlehem and Susan J. Bahnick of Laurel, Md., and a sister Charlotte, wife of Albert Schisler of Northampton.
Masonic services at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the church will be followed by additional services at 11 in the church. There will be no calling hours. The Bartholomew Funeral Home, 243 S. Walnut St., Bath, is incharge of the arrangements.
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Social Security Death Index <http://www.ancestry.com> about O. C. Unangst
Name: O. C. Unangst

Born: 11 Sep 1929
Died: Jun 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (1955-1957)
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They had the following children:

  2722 M i Owen Charles Henry UNANGST Jr.
  2723 F ii Lou Ann C. UNANGST
  2724 F iii Susan J. UNANGST
  2725 M iv Charles H. UNANGST
  2726 M v Roger C.H. UNANGST

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