|Birth: ||Aug. 18, 1893|
|Death: ||Oct. 27, 1965|
From Donna Kenyon
Dalton James Farester of McGrann died al 6:45 a.m. today
Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1965, in his home.
He was aged 72 years, having been born Aug. I8, 1893 in
Eddyville, the son of John and Jessie (Smith) Farester.
A former foreman at Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company,
Works Four in Ford City where he was employed for 13 years,
Mr. Farester retired seven years ago.
He lived his entire life in the community and was a member
of the Firsl Presbyterian Church in Ford City.
Survivor's include his wife, Helen (Porterfield) Farester;
three sons, Peary Farester of Ford Cily, Donald Faresler of1 McGrann and Dalton D. Farester of West Kittanning; one
daughter, Mrs. Lucille Anthony of Ford City; one step-daughter, Mrs. Patricia Liptow of Ford City; four brothers, Wilmer Farester and Theodore Farester, both of Templeton, Robert Farester of Widnoon and George Farster of Fremont, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Verda Lowry of New Kensington, Mrs. Hazel Walker and Mrs. Claire Klingensmith, both of Templeton; 18 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
FARESTER - Friends of Daiton James Farester of McGrann, who died at 6:45 a.m. Wednesday (Oct. 27, 1965) in his home, will be received In Ihe Amberson C. Bauer Funeral
Home, Kittanning after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Family visitation hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Rev. Eivin B.i'J Sharp of the Ford City First
Presbyterian Church, his pastor, will officiate at the 1:30
p.m. service on Friday in the funeral home.
Interment will follow in Ford City Cemetery.
Arrangements by Bauer.
Simpsons Leader Times
October 27, 1965
Myrtle Mae Myers Farester (1897 - 1950)
Lucille Korean Farester Anthony (1917 - 1992)*
Peary Frederick Farester (1919 - 1998)*
Donald Edwin Farester (1921 - 2002)*
Dalton Desmond Farester (1926 - 2005)*
Ford City Cemetery
Created by: Brenda Heibert-Conkel
Record added: May 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37241507
Granddad Farester liked to bake bread every Friday. I think of him every time I smell bread being baked. He would often invite me to his house on Friday for warm bread and a big glass of milk.|
Added: Jun. 26, 2009