His name is also on his second wife's, Dorothy, gravestone. Which one he is actually buried with is unknown. The Derrick, Oil City Pa., Monday, April 3 1972: " LLOYD MOTTER, KNOX RD 1, DIES AT 66 Knox - Lloyd B. Motter, 66, of Knox RD 1, retired employe of North Penn Gas Company, died unexpectedly at 10:05 p.m. Saturday following a heart attack. He was born in Venus August 13, 1905, a son of John H. and Martha Swartzfager Motter. He and the former Mildred Wagner were married November 8, 1927. She died in September 1941. He later married the former Dorothy Barnett April 26, 1963. She survives. Mr. Motter was employed 24 years for North Penn Gas Company prior to his retirement in October 1967 and had formerly been employed by the Etzel Brothers Coal Co. He was a member of the Pine City United Methodist Church and for many years had taught the Adult Sunday School Class of the church and served as Sunday school superintendent. Surviving along with his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Motter, are two daughters, Elsie Motter of Linesville and Mrs. Richard (Virginia) Snow of Albion; three sons, Arthur Motter of Venus, Gerald Motter of Linesville and David Motter at home; three sisters, Mrs. Elda Beichner of Shippenville, Mrs. Bessie Long of Rixford and Mrs. James (Grace) Parks of Oregon; a brother Irvin Motter of Venus; 13 grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews. Two infant sons, Lloyd Jr. and Duane, are deceased along with a sister, Mrs. Roy (Gertrude) Rex, and two brothers, Ora and Raymond Motter. Removal was made to the William N. Rupert Funeral Home in Knox, where friends will be received after 2 p.m. today and after 3 p.m. Tuesday until noon Wednesday. At that time, removal will be made to the Pine City United Methodist Church where the body will lie in state until the hour of the funeral services at 2 p.m. Rev. Howard Hess, pastor of the church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Perry Chapel Cemetery."