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Holdrens (#47617388)
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Bio Photo I have always been interested in my genealogy, however, I haven't had much time to investigate as much as I would like. My Father passed away when I was still a baby and I have always wondered about his stories. Through Find-A-Grave, I feel like I can find some of those "stories". I love to help others and decided that being a photo volunteer was the best way. I live in the Quad-Cities, Illinois and work part time. If there is anything that I can do to help out in this area, please let me know.
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yrag reltub
Hodder, Theresa (Mahosky)
her obituary dated Aug. 24, 2012, Binghamton Sun Press News Paper
"Hodder, Theresa (Mahosky)

On August 21,2012, Theresa (Mahosky) Hodder, 88, formerly of Blossburg, PA, daughter of Stanley and Sarah Mahosky of Arnot, PA. went home to be with the Lord, her beloved husband, Clarence Hodder, Jr., as well as 7 Mahosky siblings. She is survived by two sisters-Mary Baker of Wellsboro, PA; Martha Thompson of Arnot, PA; and one brother-Stanley Mahosky of Wellsburg, NY. She is also survived by two sons-Elroy(Carol) and Howard (Connie) of Gillett, PA., two daughters-Irene (Bill) Johnson of Lake Worth, Fl., Sarah(Mark Couchman) Hodder of Binghamton,NY. Eight grandchildren: Kelly (Melvin) Rountree, Kenneth Hodder, Kim (Alfred) DeFilippo, Kathy (Ron) Kornet, Dr. Heidi Hodder (Dr. Christopher Fucito), Howard (Stephanie) Hodder, Jr. , Brian Roy and sister Brenda Roy. Eleven great grandchildren: Kyle, Ryan, Lynzi Rountree; Julia and Teresa DeFilippo; Amelia, Joseph, and Ross Fucito,and Hailey,Lily, and Molly Hodder; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Words cannot adequately describe how much Theresa was loved and will be missed by family, but know there will remain an empty space in our hearts until we are again reunited. She was a caregiver in the truest sense of the word. She lovingly nurtured her family and tended to the patients at the Blossburg State Hospital as an LPN, as well as many people in the Blossburg community. Those who came in contact with Theresa, when she was well, knew she had an extremely strong work-ethic. They also knew her to be "feisty" with an indominable spirit. Both helped her to never give up and to deal with the physical struggles she faced after a devastating stroke in 1988. Even though she spent the last 12 years living in New York, she always fondly remembered Blossburg and the people there and wished to return home. Her wish has been finally granted for she will be laid to rest in Arbon Cemetery. The family wish to thank the staff at Elizabeth Church Manor in Binghamton, NY for their kind and compassionate care while she was a resident. A special thanks also goes to Carol Jake, a friend and caregiver. Viewing will be Friday, August 24th at the Freeberg Funeral Home, North Williamson Road in Blossburg from 5-8PM. Saturday at 11:00 will be a brief prayer service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Blossburg Ambulance.
Added by yrag reltub on Jan 03, 2014 3:35 PM
Claude Gerald Dale

Could you take a look at this memorial? You added a photo, but it doesn't show anything. Are you showing where headstone should be?

Added by cemgems on Mar 14, 2013 9:47 PM
Charles and Helen Exbom
At Rose Lawn. Thank you so much for the great photos of their headstones. I really appreciate your time and effort to keep us in touch with those far away. Thanks, Helen
Added by Helen on Nov 09, 2011 3:22 PM
Eon Maska
RE: re: Carl Hofer
Thanks a bunch for the info! I'll just use the pics you've already posted, no need to re-post anything. Have a great day!

-Eon Maska
Added by Eon Maska on Nov 08, 2011 7:26 PM
Roberta Everett
Good. Hope you are feeling better. Roberta
Added by Roberta Everett on Nov 08, 2011 7:18 PM
Judi Pegg
Lucy Hodson Badham
Hi Sheila,
I'm so glad to see you are feeling better!! Thank you so very, very much for the tombstone photo of Lucy's grave. I'm glad to see her husband Benson is on the same tombstone, so thanks to you I will now be able to make a Find A Grave memorial for him!
Thank YOU!!
Judi in Missouri
Added by Judi Pegg on Nov 08, 2011 7:16 PM
Roberta Everett
Thank you so much. Was the gravestone hard to locate? In appreciation, Roberta Everett
Added by Roberta Everett on Nov 08, 2011 7:00 PM
Jim Post
RE: re: John Kenworthy
Hello Sheila-I just found this email when I was going through cleaning up my inbox. I can't remember if I answered this back in October? If not, I would love those photos. Don't know how I missed this, if I did. I tried looking for these photos, but can't find them on my computer, so I'm assuming I never got back to you and/or received them. If you could send them to me, that would be great. Thanks you, Jim

They are Clara Wells wife of John T
Clara daughter of John T and Clara
Lilian Knox Kenworthy and
Samuel Rinnah Kenworthy

Let me know if you would like these pictures.
Thank you,
Sheila Holdren>>
Added by Jim Post on Nov 08, 2011 4:27 PM
Roberta Everett
No problem on waiting. Hope you are feeling better. Roberta
Added by Roberta Everett on Nov 05, 2011 8:43 AM
Eon Maska
RE: re: Robert & Geraldine Rote, and Carl Hofer
I'm in no hurry. I honestly appreciate that anyone saw fit to claim them in the first place. You get yourself feeling better and finish them up whenever you have time. One thing I've learned doing my research, is patience. I hope you feel better soon!

-Eon Maska
Added by Eon Maska on Nov 02, 2011 4:15 PM
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