Cards Of Thanks
In this manner I would like to thank all the people who took part in caring for my dear wife, Beatrice Wagner, during her long illness and death.
First of all, I want to thank Dr. Harry D. Johnston and his wonderful staff who did such a fine job for us. I want to thank Dr. Brady and all of the good nurses and technicians who worked to keep her comfortable at Fulton County Medical Center. I thank all of the therapists who tried to help her.
A special thanks to Mc- Connellsburg and Hustontown Fire companies’ ambulance services, crews and the EMTs. Also, thanks to Dick Bernhard, chaplain, for the prayers and visits at the Medical Center. Thanks to the rest of the doctors who worked to keep her comfortable and a thank-you to the Martin Brown Funeral Home and to all those who brought food, flowers, cards and made phone calls.
May God bless each and everyone of you.
Paul L. Wagner and family
A Tribute To
Beatrice E. Wagner
When we think about Grnany we instantly think of her very kind and caring nature. Granny was humble; she didn’t want to talk about herself, but wanted to know everything that was going on in the lives of those she cared about. She was also tough. There were days when I’m sure that Granny didn’t feel well, but you didn’t hear her complain. When Granny was able, she enjoyed working outside gardening, mowing and taking care of flowers. She also enjoyed crocheting and watching the scenery and wildlife out her big picture window.
More than anything, Granny loved her family and it was spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren that made Granny happiest. She was a devoted wife to Pap for more than 64 years. She and Pap set a wonderful example of love and dedication for our family; even after so many years it was easy to see the true love they had for each other. If you can believe it, Granny even used to ride motorcycles with Pap! Granny was a loving mother to her two children, Shannon and Louise. She and Louise enjoyed spending many hours together in the kitchen over the years, cooking, canning, making jellies and jams and other goodies for their families. A visit from her grandchildren would make Granny’s day, as her face lit up when they walked in the door. When her grandchildren were little, she liked to read them books and play games with them. She kept all of their things in a special “mailbox” so it was always ready when they stopped by.
She especially liked to have her grandkids sit on her lap; after all there is no place like a grandmother’s lap. As her grandkids became adults, she was so proud of them, even collecting their business cards so she could show them to her friends and tell them about their successes. Granny also enjoyed visits from neighbors and friends. In fact, she enjoyed visits from friends and family so much that she wrote down when folks stopped by in her calendar along with the weather each day. Granny always wanted to “feed” everyone who stopped by, whether it be a dish of ice cream or a meal, she wanted to make sure that we were taken care of.
She especially enjoyed baking and sharing these goodies; her pies and cakes were a real treat, just ask Pap! We will always remember hearing Granny tell us to “come back” as we were leaving her house. We’ll miss hearing that so very much, as we would all love just one more visit with Granny.
We love you, Granny, and thank you for all your unconditional love to all of us over the years.
Written by a grandchild
John and Betty Harr and Melony Souders of Mc- Connellsburg would like to say a special thank-you to all our family and friends who attended the surprise 50th wedding anniversary on June 22.
We hope everyone enjoyed themselves as much as we did. It is only by the grace of God that we have enjoyed all these years together and have so many wonderful people in our lives. We would like to say a special thank you to Pastor Deborah Strait for being our emcee.
Thank you to the ladies auxiliary members and Melvin Hann for providing the delicious meal for us and to Dora Lynch for providing the excellent planning of the event. Everything was exceptional.
Thanks again and God bless you all.
Our family would like to offer a thank-you to Fulton County Medical Center and Dr. Sharon Martin for the care given prior to the passing of Shirley Kerlin.
Special thanks to Kelso- Cornelius Funeral Home, Donna Lipko, as well as family and friends for their support and words of kindness.
Donald Kerlin and family
We would like to thank all of those who sent cards, flowers, food, visits and phone calls while mourning the death of our mother, Hope L. Wright.
We want to thank and so appreciated the inspirational message at the funeral from Rev. Alfred Cross, Presbyterian Church.
Akers Funeral Home was such a big help to us, we thank them for their fine services.
Norman Wright and family
Dale Wright and family
Marian Wright and family
Yvonne Sweger and family
I want to thank everyone for the cards, calls, food, flowers and especially prayers while I was a patient in Harrisburg Hospital and since returning home.
A special thanks to my mom, Lois Strait, and my daughter, Devon, and Keith for the special care I have had since I got home. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered.