In Remembrance: Remembering Those We Lost in April

Donald E. "Red" Winslow, 84, of Franklin, died April 1, 2021.

Norman C. Dunkle, 93, of Franklin, died April 1, 2021.

Richard "Rich" Ralph King, 58, of Reno, died April 1, 2021.

Jackie R. Burk, 83, of Oil City, died April 4, 2021.

Alan Dale Heckathorn, 67, of Franklin, died April 4, 2021.

Nancy J. Hartle Voisin, 78, of Oil City, died April 4, 2021.

Deborah Louise Bauer, 66, of Leeper, died April 3, 2021.

Kathleen R. Fry, 75, of Franklin (Cranberry Township), died April 6, 2021.

Douglas Wayne Underwood, 64, of Rimersburg, formerly of Danbury, Connecticut, died April 3, 2021.

Carolyn B. Brown (nee Brooks), of Collinsville, died April 3, 2021.

James R. Platt, 52, of Oil City, died April 5, 2021.

Justin Charles Zacherl, 32, of Seneca, died April 6, 2021.

James Richard Platt, 52, died April 5, 2021.

Karen Lynn (Stephan) McLaine, 83, died April 1, 2021.

Jerome E. Bickel, 91, of Seneca, died April 7, 2021.

Terry R. Byers, 62, of Kennerdell, Rockland Township, died April 8, 2021.

William F. "Lad" Dolby, 83, of Strattanville, died April 7, 2021.

Gloria A. Eisenman, 77, of Strobleton, died April 8, 2021.

Edwin "Ed" S. Geer, 72, died April 6, 2021.

Rodger L. Shrecengost, 51, of New Bethlehem, died April 8, 2021.

Ruth M. McElroy, 90, of Chicora, formerly of Emlenton, died April 10, 2021.

David Richard Marchand, 87, of Shippenville, died April 10, 2021.

Madalene J. Herbert, 93, of New Bethlehem, died April 10, 2021.

Wilmer P. "Will" Wise, 85, of Franklin, Cranberry Township, died April 6, 2021.

Robert J. "Bob" Hollobaugh, 85, of Cherrytree, died April 11, 2021.

Eugene "Sonny" Harrison Grantz, 76, of Knox, died April 12, 2021.

Harry "Hook" Dunkle, 84, of Frogtown, died April 11, 2021.

Ronald L. Baughman, 79, of Franklin, died April 9, 2021.

Penny L. Grove peacefully, 67, died April 9, 2021.

William A. Hart, 74, of Franklin, died April 12, 2021.

William "Billy" Erwin, 72, of Clarion, died April 12, 2021.

Conrad "Coon" Hill, 63, of Cochranton, died April 12, 2021.

Walter Eugene "Butch" Mauthe, of Oil City, 80, died April 13, 2021.

Virginia L. "Ginny" Murray, 77, of Oil City, died April 14, 2021.

Dale Arden Snow, 80, of Oil City, died April 13, 2021.

Willivine "Whoopie" Marie Snyder, 78, died April 12, 2021.

Richard "Dick" E. Say, 69, of the Polk area, died April 8, 2021.

Susan L. (Boocks) Moorehead, 63, of Franklin, died April 15, 2021.

Twila Pennington Best, 83, of Parker, formerly of Eldorado, Butler County, died April 16, 2021.

Elizabeth Breene Gilger, 81, of Oil City, and Naples, Florida, died April 10, 2021.

Joan McCall died April 12, 2021.

Dean L. Carmichael, 88, of Cranberry, formerly of Rimersburg, died April 16, 2021.

Andrea K. "Andi" Cowles, 59, of Seneca, died April 16, 2021.

Richard J. Fugagli, 83, of Erie, died April 15, 2021.

Sandra "Sandy" Lee Hasson, 60, of Franklin, died April 16, 2021.

Larry W. McNutt, 80, of Franklin, died April 17, 2021.

Frank E. Payne, Jr., 81, of Marienville, died April 16, 2021.

Thomas Chesar M.D., 55, of Oil City, died April 18, 2021.

Lillie Mae Costabile, 87, of Tionesta, died April 17, 2021.

Gerald E. "Jerry" Fonzo, 62, of Dallas, Texas, died April 17, 2021.

Bonnie L. Hoover, 89, of New Bethlehem, died April 18, 2021.

Betty L. Huffman, 86, of Shippenville, died April 18, 2021.

Ronald "Skip" F. Myers, Jr., 73, of Franklin, died April 17, 2021.

Carol V. (Bowser) Davis died April 15, 2021.

Edith May Deitz, of Reidsburg, died April 19, 2021.

Ethan R. McCormack, 40, of Sligo, died April 19, 2021.

Timothy J. Nick, 69, of Oil City, died April 19, 2021.

Jacqueline "Jackie" Wagner, 57, of Titusville, died April 18, 2021.

Alex Joseph Arth, Jr. died April 19, 2021.

Carol V. (Bowser) Davis died April 15, 2021.

Lois Eisenhuth, of Knox, died April 21, 2021.

Joe F. McElhattan, 93, of Emlenton, died April 19, 2021.

Ellis L. Smith , 92, of Oil City, died April 21, 2021.

Dale Arden Snow, 80, died April 13, 2021.

Joseph A. "Joe" Whitling, 53, of Oil City, died April 18, 2021.

Jean M. Bell, 93, of Franklin, died April 21, 2021.

Edmund H. Cyrus, 73, of Oil City, died April 21, 2021.

John A. Hegedus, 93, of Dempseytown, died April 22, 2021.

Zeetah Fay Sharrer Hoover, 84, of Franklin, died April 21, 2021.

Edith Mae Huffman, 92, died April 9, 2021.

Reverend David R. Beals, 82, of Franklin, died April 21, 2021.

Jacqueline L. "Jackie" Karns, 79, died April 23, 2021.

Robert Nelson Lape, 84, of Oil City, died April 22, 2021.

Susan Cox, 67, of Franklin, died April 22, 2021.

Bertha McLaughlin, 91, of Oil City, died April 24, 2021.

James R. Lytle, 68, of Franklin, died April 23, 2021.

Gary E. Yeaney, 75, of Mayport, died April 23, 2021.

H. Arlene Drake, 75, of Emlenton, died April 24, 2021.

Ronald E. Caldwell, 75, died April 24, 2021.

Larry Darwin Bell, 74, of Cochranton, died April 25, 2021.

Jane S. Reamer, 85, of Oil City, died April 25, 2021.

Geraldine "Gerry" Brinkley Wike, 74, of Polk, died April 25, 2021.

James Richard "Jim" Proper, 62, of Oil City, died April 25, 2021.

Randy Ray O'Neil, 64, of Polk, died April 26, 2021.

Donald D. Dee, 89, formerly of Pine Street, Parker, died April 28, 2021.

LeWayne E. Rottman, 67, of Petrolia, Butler County, died April 28, 2021.

Nathan G. Luzier, 15, of Franklin, died April 27, 2021.

Bradley L. Montgomery, 33, of Deer Creek Township, Sandy Lake, died April 29, 2021.

Charlotte F. Dolby, 91, of Lucinda, died April 29, 2021.

Brian C. DiFonzo, 54, of Titusville, died April 27, 2021.

Richard D. "Dick" Clark, 89, of Oil City, died April 28, 2021.

Randy Alan Carlson, 58, of Oil City, died April 28th, 2021.

Ronald Eugene Albaugh, Sr.,  65, of Brookville, died April 29, 2021.

Richard D. "Dick" Clark, 89, of Oil City, died April 28, 2021.

Helen L (Copenhaver) Fetzer, 94, of Haines City, Florida, formerly of Clarion, died April 28, 2021.

Delores "Dot" J. Frankenberger, 90, of Oil City, died April 30, 2021.

Mary Bernadette Marshall died April 26, 2021.

Meda Beichner, 75, of Shippenville, died April 30, 2021.

John W. Hicks, 81, of Franklin, died April 30, 2021.

Carol Sires, 66, of Polk, died April 30, 2021.

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Oil City's Hasson Park will mark its 125th anniversary with a big celebration Saturday.

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