Ernest R. Steltzer, 89, of Belleville, Pa. and Twitchell Lake, (formerly of Phoenix) passed away on Sunday, Nov. 17, at Valley View Haven in Belleville.
Born on Aug. 29, 1924 in Granville, Pa., he was the son of the late Walter L. and Edna (Fisher) Steltzer. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother Charles Steltzer, and one great-granddaughter.
Ernest is survived by his wife, Irene Ruth (Appleton) Steltzer. They were married on Dec. 28, 194
Richard D. Faes, 76, of West Monroe passed away Nov. 29 at University Hospital after a brief illness.
He recently returned to work at Haun Welding as a senior electronics technician, which was something he greatly desired. He was previously employed with General Electric for 13 years and Granada for 18 years. Richard was an avid coin collector and enjoyed snowmobiling, hunting and fishing. He was born June 28, 1937 in Syracuse, a son of Peter and Mary Puzzulo Faes. Richard serv
Orlando F. (Earl) Rich Jr., age 59, resident of Altmar passed away Friday, Nov. 22 at his home.
Orlando (Earl) was a resident of Altmar since 1977, and previously resided in North Syracuse. He was born Aug. 31, 1954 in Syracuse, the son of Orlando and Catherine Baublitz Rich Sr. He graduated from North Syracuse High School in 1972. Orlando (Earl) was employed by Schoeller Technical Paper for the past six years. He previously owned and operated Earl Rich’s Collision in Alt
Judy (Carol) A. Sullivan died Friday, Nov. 15 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice.
Judy was born Aug. 4, 1943, in Syracuse, to parents Alton and Margaret Loren (deceased). Four sisters Nancy (deceased), Janet, Margaret, and Linda. She was raised in Brewerton. Judy graduated Central Square High School 1961, and attended Cobleskill Technical College 1961-1964. She married Joseph Sullivan in May of 1966. They had three sons Michael, Scott and Corey. Judy was a loyal Air Force wife, member of OWC
Howard Loomis, 90, of Clymer, Pa. died Wednesday, Nov. 20 at his home.
The son of Carlon James and Gertrude Lucille (Coventry) Loomis, he was born in Palermo.
Howard was a 1940 graduate of Mexico Academy and Central School.
He served in the Pacific Theater as a staff sergeant in the Army Air Corps, a proud member of the 345th Bombardment (“The Air Apaches”). He participated as a tail gunner and radioman on B25s.
After returning home, Howard resumed